The Blackmore Vale (less commonly spelt Blackmoor) is a vale, or wide valley, in North Dorset, and to a lesser extent South Somerset and southwest Wiltshire in southern England. The vale is part of the Stour valley. The vale is delimited by the Dorset Downs, a chalk ridge to the south; Cranborne Chase, chalk hills to the east; and the watershed between the Stour and Yeo valleys to the northwest (which generally follows close to the borders between North Dorset, South Somerset and West Dorset). The River Stour flows out of the vale at Blandford Forum in the southeast, a town sandwiched between the Dorset Downs and Cranborne Chase. The river flows into the vale north of Gillingham. ...more on Wikipedia about "Blackmore Vale"
Borrowdale is the name of a valley in the English Lake District in Cumbria. It is located in the traditional county of Cumberland, and is sometimes refered to as Cumberland Borrowdale in order to distinguish it from another Borrowdale located in the traditional county of Westmorland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Borrowdale"
Borrowdale is a is the name a valley in the English Lake District. It is located in the old county of Westmorland, and is sometimes referred to as Westmorland Borrowdale in order to distinguish it from a more famous Borrowdale located in the traditional county of Cumberland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Borrowdale, Westmorland"
The Duddon Valley is a valley in the Lake District National Park in Cumbria, England. The River Duddon flows through the valley, rising in the mountains between Eskdale and Langdale, before flowing into the Irish Sea near Broughton in Furness. In its lower reaches it is bounded by the Furness Fells and Harter Fell. ...more on Wikipedia about "Duddon Valley"
The Erewash Valley is the valley of the River Erewash on the border of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire as far as the River Trent. It runs along the boundary of the southern end of the Derbyshire hills and the more rolling Nottinghamshire country. It is on the edge of an area of great mineral wealth, particularly coal, extending from Yorkshire to Leicestershire. ...more on Wikipedia about "Erewash Valley"
(Eskdale, Cumbria) :For articles about other places named Eskdale, see Eskdale (disambiguation). ...more on Wikipedia about "Eskdale, Cumbria"
Great Langdale is a valley running from the town of Ambleside to the highest peaks of the Lake District in the county of Cumbria, in the northwest of the England. It is often simply refered to as Langdale, the epithet Great distinguishing it from the neighbouring Little Langdale. ...more on Wikipedia about "Great Langdale"
Jesmond Dene is a public park in the east end of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. It is a narrow steep sided valley through which flows a watercourse known as the Ouse Burn, the word "dene" meaning a valley in the Northumbrian dialect. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jesmond Dene"
Longsleddale is a valley in eastern Cumbria. ...more on Wikipedia about "Longsleddale"
The Medway Valley is a valley from Tonbridge to Kent. ...more on Wikipedia about "Medway Valley"
The Thames Valley is generally the region that drains into the River Thames, England, but is used in a more specific term by the government. ...more on Wikipedia about "Thames Valley"
The Vale of Evesham is the name used for the area of southern Worcestershire, England, along the valley of the River Avon, centred on the town of Evesham. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vale of Evesham"
Wasdale (pronounced as in was-dale, not waz-dale) is a valley in the western Lake District National Park in Cumbria, England. The River Irt flows through the valley to its estuary at Ravenglass. A large part of the main valley floor is occupied by a lake called Wastwater, the deepest lake in England (258 feet). ...more on Wikipedia about "Wasdale"
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