River Horner

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]

River Horner / Horner Water
River Horner at Bossington
Location
CountryEngland
CountySomerset
Physical characteristics
Source 
  locationnear Luccombe, Somerset, England
  coordinates51°11′08″N 3°34′45″W
MouthPorlock Bay, Bristol Channel
  location
near Hurlestone Point, Somerset, England
  coordinates
51°13′31″N 3°35′10″W
  elevation
0 m (0 ft)
Discharge 
  locationWest Luccombe
  average0.46 m3/s (16 cu ft/s)
  minimum0.02 m3/s (0.71 cu ft/s)23 August 1976
  maximum11.3 m3/s (400 cu ft/s)18 December 1993
Basin features
Tributaries 
  rightRiver Aller

References

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


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