Sunday, August 19, 2018

River Breamish

River Breamish

The River Beamish is a river in Northumberland that flows through the Northumberland National Park before joining the River Till near Wooler. The Breamish rises on Comb Fell in the Cheviot Hills before meandering its way through The Breamish Valley. A tributary of the Beamish is the Linhope Burn from which the Linhope Spout Waterfall lies about 1km North of the village of Linhope.

The Breamish is a tranquil river which gently flows through the Breamish Valley flanked by tall rolling hills on its way past the village of Ingram and through the lower hills before leaving the Park and joining the River Till. The low grassy banks create the ideal spot for family picnics or fishing.
Near Bully's Wood



Ingram                     

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