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River Teme
The River Teme is a river that flows from Mid Wales into England. The river rises at Bryn Coch on the Cilfaesty Hills in Wales, to the south of Newtown in Powys. It flows through Knighton before crossing the border to England and passes through some of the most beautiful unspoilt countryside to be found in Britain. The English section of the river flows through Ludlow in Shropshire before passing to the north of Tenbury Wells on the Shropshire and Worcestershire border. The River Teme then flows into the River Severn just south of Worcester . The river is the second largest tributary of the River Severn .

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