River Onny :: Shared Description

The River Onny has its sources in the Shropshire Hills at White Grit. It has two branches, the East Onny and West Onny, which converge at Eaton. The River Onny then flows in a South-easterly direction, through Craven Arms and Onibury, before it finally has its confluence with the River Teme just upstream of Ludlow at Bromfield.
by N Chadwick
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SO4480 : River Onny by N Chadwick
SO4578 : River Onny at Onibury by N Chadwick
SO4777 : The River Onny by N Chadwick
SO4479 : River Onny by N Chadwick

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Created: Wed, 2 Mar 2011, Updated: Wed, 2 Mar 2011

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