English Rivers

Name the longest rivers that run entirely or partly within England
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Last updated: July 1, 2013
First submittedJuly 1, 2013
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Length (km)
Answer
354
River Severn
346
River Thames
297
River Trent
230
River Great Ouse
215
River Wye
208
River Ure / Ouse (Yorkshire)
161
River Nene
155
River Tweed
154
River Avon (Warwickshire)
145
River Eden (Cumbria)
132
River Witham
Length (km)
Answer
130
River Teme
120
River Ribble
120
River Avon (Bristol)
118
River Tyne
115
River Derwent (Yorkshire)
114
River Aire
113
River Tees
113
River Medway
113
River Mersey
112
River Dee
112
River Don (South Yorkshire)
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Level 82
Jul 12, 2013
I think you mean the River Dee (no 's') that flows from North Wales through Chester and into the Irish Sea by the Wirral Peninsula.
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Level 71
Mar 19, 2015
Good quiz, I was born and bred in England years ago and I realise I know very little about some of the rivers mentioned here, I only got 11 / 22. I tried the river Wyre (out at Fleetwood) but it isn't there, pity ...... I had some good times as a youngster along the river Wyre, It's only a little river but very beautiful.
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Level 74
Oct 4, 2018
Entertaining. thank you.