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Gannel (Cornwall)

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The River Gannel (Cornish: Dowr Gwyles, meaning lovage river) rises in the village of Indian Queens in central Cornwall, United Kingdom. It flows north and becomes a tidal estuary, the Gannel (Cornish: An Ganel, meaning the Channel), that divides the town of Newquay from the village of Crantock and joins the Celtic Sea. (Wikipedia)

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Geographical FeatureIs Geographical Feature of
N/ANorth Cornwall, Seaton, Looe and Fowey catchment

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River Gannel (Cornwall)

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