River Wey Trust tHe southern branch of the river

The southern branch of the River Wey rises in the hills that surround Haslemere. For fifteen miles if flows first westwards, then north in an arc through Hampshire to re-enter Surrey near Frensham.

the river can turn from a flowing stream...
to a raging torrent

floods are not frequent but can be spectacular

before returning to normal

and the bench in Guildford dries out...

Alice losing the rabbit ... in the flood!

THE RIVER WEY TRUST was set up in a joint initiative by Hampshire County Council, East Hampshire District Council, Headley, Bramshott and Liphook Parish Councils, Bramshott and Liphook Preservation Society, and the Headley Society; all of whom nominate Trustees.

join in this year's duck race

and help us keep the river in good shape!

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