Cuttle Brook (south) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsCuttle Brook
|Main source||west of Chinnor
51°42′14″N 0°55′24″W / 51.70389°N 0.92333°W
|River mouth||northwest of Thame in the River Thame
51°45′11″N 0°59′19″W / 51.75306°N 0.98861°W
|Length||8.5 km (5.3 mi)|
|Basin size||28.264 km2 (10.913 sq mi)|
The Cuttle Brook is a watercourse in Oxfordshire, England. It originates from several short unnamed tributaries west of Chinnor and flows in a northwesterly direction until it flows into the River Thame on the northwestern edge of Thame. It flows through Thame, where it forms the Cuttle Brook Nature Reserve.
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