A Journey Down The River Welland
Some 65 miles long, the Welland is a lowland river flowing east from the Midlands to the Wash and considered a major waterway through Fenland. It is also an important part of East Anglian flood defences. This delightful DVD follows the river from source to sea, stopping off to see the scenery and historic points of interest.
Full description from the producer:
A picturesque journey of discovery exploring one of the most fascinating rivers in England From its source in Northamptonshire village of Sibbertoft to its meeting with the Wash, the river Welland is full of surprises. Watch the Welland grow from a meandering country stream to a broad Fenland river, explore the towns and villages that have grown up along its banks and the role the river has played in their development, learn of man’s attempts to tame the Welland, and the river’s efforts to fight back.
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