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River Horner

River Horner / Horner Water
River
River Horner at Bossington
Country England
County Somerset
Tributaries
 - right River Aller
Source
 - location near Luccombe, Somerset, England
 - coordinates
Mouth Porlock Bay, Bristol Channel
 - location near Hurlestone Point, Somerset, England
 - elevation 0 m (0 ft)
 - coordinates
Discharge for West Luccombe
 - average 0.46 m3/s (16 cu ft/s)
 - max 11.3 m3/s (399 cu ft/s) 18 December 1993
 - min 0.02 m3/s (1 cu ft/s) 23 August 1976

The River Horner, also known as Horner Water, rises near Luccombe on Exmoor, Somerset, and flows past Porlock into Porlock Bay near Hurlstone Point on the Bristol Channel.[1]

References

  1. ^ "River Horner". Somerset Rivers. Retrieved 8 September 2011. 


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