Bartley Water facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBartley Water
west of Busketts Lawn Inclosure
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Bartley Water is a two-branch small river in the New Forest district of Hampshire, England. It drains the north and north-east of the New Forest National Park up to the A31 road, a watershed and two villages against the north-east side of the park.
The river is also an important recreational and wildlife haven, especially at the tidal, Eling end of the river. Despite being shallow in many places the stream is home to brown and rainbow trout that average about 10 to 12 inches (25 to 30 cm) long.
Its farthest source is the Mill Stream, which is the main contributor to its south branch and rises north-west of Lyndhurst, Hampshire.
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