River Breamish flowing through Ingram Valley, Northumberland

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River Breamish reflecting the Ingram Valley Print, Northumberland.

The Breamish is a river in Northumberland, England, which rises on Comb Fell in the Northumberland National Park on the southern side of The Cheviot. It is one of the eight rivers rising in the Cheviot Hills, the others being the College Valley, the Harthope Burn, the Bowmont Water, the Kale Water, the Heatherhope Burn, the Coquet and the Alwin.

There are two notable villages in the upper Breamish valley: Ingram and Linhope, both of which are in the Northumberland National Park.

The Breamish becomes the River Till near Wooler; this is the only tributary of the River Tweed that flows exclusively in England.


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