Chetsford Water

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Chetsford Water pictured in 2013

Chetsford Water is a minor catchment in Somerset, England within Exmoor National Park.[1][2]

Chetsford Water rises near Alderman's Barrow and flows southeast approximately two kilometers to meet Embercombe Water. A group of prehistoric standing stones, possibly a cairn, sits at the confluence of Embercombe Water and Chetsford Water.[3][2]


  1. ^ "Chetsford Water". Somerset Ornithological Society. Retrieved August 26, 2023.
  2. ^ a b "Swaledales". Exmoor: The Country Magazine. Winter 2014. p. 6.
  3. ^ "Prehistoric stone setting on Wilmersham Common". Exmoor National Park. Retrieved August 26, 2023.

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