The River Ember in Surrey, splits into two when it meets the Island Barn reservoir to Molesey. For half a mile the two rivers flow alongside one another before joining before Hampton Court Way and the River Thames soon after.
River Ember Map
Facts & Stats
The navigable length of the River Ember.
The island in-between the stretches of the rivers was known as the Cigarette Island. In the 1930s alterations were mate to the course of the rivers and a bridge was built.
Ember Mill was originally used as a corn mill on the island in the Ember, was demolished in 1837.
Aston Nature Reserve
Work to bring the Montgomery Canal back into use as a navigation must also protect habitats
Burslem Branch Canal Conservation Area
The Trent & Mersey Canal Conservation Area now includes Burslem Branch Canal.
The site on the Trent & Mersey Canal in Stone will have a development good for heritage and the community, thanks to our lobbying.
Aberdulais Aqueduct is a Grade II* listed building and Scheduled Ancient Monument at risk from the effects of climate change.
Hammersmith Bridge, an iconic heritage structure, is at risk from disagreements over funding and climate change.
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