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March 2020: West Norfolk

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River Cocker, Cumbria

The River Cocker is located in the Lake District in Cumbria, England.
Flowing from its source at Buttermere Valley and Crummock Water, the
River Cocker passes through Lorton Vale and joins the River Derwent at
the town of Cockermouth. The river is prone to flooding and
Cockermouth suffered extensive damage in serious flooding in 2009. The
river is home to an array of species of fish including stone loach,
brown trout, eels, sea trout and salmon. As well as fishing, the area
provides the ideal location for walking and is very popular with
hikers.

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Lake Windermere
Scafell Pike
Helvellyn
River Eden
Derwent Water
Ullswater
Bassenthwaite Lake
Solway Coast
North Pennines
Solway Firth
Coniston Water
Wastwater
Arnside and Silverdale
ScaFell
Borrowdale
Buttermere
Aira Force
Duddon Valley
Barrow Island
Walney Island
River Wampool
River Ehen
River Duddon
River Lune
River Esk

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Scotland and France form their 'Auld Alliance' - 1295, Battle of Southwark - 1450, Newton’s Principia Published - 1687, Giant Hailstone Hits Plumstead - 1925, National Health Service established - 1948
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