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River Rase
The River Rase - geograph.org.uk - 290373.jpg
River Rase near Middle Rasen
Location
CountryUnited Kingdom
Country within the UKEngland
CountiesLincolnshire
TownMarket Rasen
VillagesTealby, Middle Rasen, West Rasen
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • locationChurn Water Heads, Tealby, Lincolnshire
 • coordinates53°24′57″N 0°15′24″W / 53.4159°N 0.2566°W / 53.4159; -0.2566
 • elevation118 m (387 ft)
Mouth 
 • location
River Ancholme near Snitterby, Lincolnshire
 • coordinates
53°26′20″N 0°28′00″W / 53.4390°N 0.4667°W / 53.4390; -0.4667
 • elevation
4 m (13 ft)
Length25 km (16 mi)[1]
Basin size67 km2 (26 sq mi)[2]
Discharge 
 • locationBishopbridge[2]
 • average0.48 m3/s (17 cu ft/s)[2]
Basin features
Tributaries 
 • rightBrimmer Beck, The Dale
Progression : Rase — AncholmeHumberNorth Sea

The River Rase is 16 mile (25 km) long tributary of the River Ancholme that flows through Lincolnshire, in the east of England.

Course

The source of the river is a series of springs known as Churn Water Heads, that occur on Bully Hill north of Tealby in the Lincolnshire Wolds. These springs occur where the permeable chalk geology of the Wolds meets the impermeable mudstone and clays that underlie most of the Rase catchment.[3][4]

The river flows in a south-westerly direction through the village of Tealby, where it is crossed by the Viking Way, a long-distance footpath that crosses the Wolds. To the west the Rase reaches the market town of Market Rasen, from which the river takes its name, and where it meets a tributary that flows through the local racecourse. The river continues through the villages of Middle Rasen and then West Rasen, where it is spanned by a packhorse bridge. At the hamlet of Bishopbridge the river changes character, becoming an artificial drainage channel that runs in parallel with the Ancholme. As it flows further north the river also loses its identity becoming the East Drain, when it is joined by the Kingerby Beck. The waters of the Rase and the Ancholme eventually join together near Harlam Hill, to the south of Snitterby Carr.[4][5][6]

River Rase is located in Lincolnshire
Source
Source
Mouth
Mouth
Market Rasen
Market Rasen
Map showing locations along its course in Lincolnshire

References

  1. ^ "Water Framework Directive Surface Water Classification Status and Objectives 2012 csv files". Environment-agency.gov.uk. Archived from the original on 24 February 2014. Retrieved 7 April 2013.
  2. ^ a b c "29005-Rase at Bishopbridge". The National River Flow Archive. Centre for Ecology & Hydrology. Retrieved 24 May 2013.
  3. ^ "The Dragon and the Pearl". tealbyvillage.com. Retrieved 7 June 2013.
  4. ^ a b "Environment Agency What's in your Backyard". Environment Agency. Retrieved 25 May 2013.
  5. ^ Ordnance Survey (2009). Grimsby Louth and Market Rasen. OS Landranger Map Series. Ordnance Survey. ISBN 9780319227213.
  6. ^ "The River Rase (East Drain) and the River Ancholme". Geograph.org.uk. Retrieved 25 May 2013.
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