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27 November 2014

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Severn in Seven

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The River Severn is the longest river in the United Kingdom with a total length of around 219 miles. Its source can be found on Plynlimon near Llanidloes in Powys, Wales and it becomes the Severn Estuary before flowing into the Bristol Channel.


The interactive map below explores the fascinating content that has been amassed along the length of the Severn:


Helen Murray and Adam Green

Severn in Seven diary

Adam Green and Helen Murray run the 210-mile-long Severn Way. Follow their online diary.

Adam Green and Helen Murray make it to the River Severn's estuary

Find advice and expert tips to go from seed to plate.

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Severn in Seven

Severn Stories

Severn Stories graphic

Find information and content from Britain's longest river.

Progress Tracker

Severn in Seven Progress Tracker graphic

Discover more about the Severn in Seven Challenge ...



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