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River Lark


It is somewhat difficult to trace the source of The Lark but checking on the Ordnance Survey maps it would appear to start somewhere near Bradfield St. George, by Rushbrooke, through Bury St. Edmunds, via the Fornhams, through West Stow and via a series of gravel workings at Lackford. It then continues on to Icklingham and Mildenhall, departing from the county somewhere near Prickwillow.

The Lark discharges itself into The Great Ouse south of Littleport which then continues its journey to Kings Lynn and The Wash

http://www.jim-shead.com/waterways/WW-page.php?wpage=LARK



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The River Lark taken from the bridge near Icklingham, showing the Cavenham bank on the left

Cavenham  [010438].jpg



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Ditto River Lark at Icklingham, I'm unsure of the parish on the right of the bridge at Icklingham [anyone help?]

Cavenham  [010439].jpg



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River Lark, Icklingham on the left bank/ Tuddenham/Cavenham Heath on the right bank
Cavenham [010437].jpg

 



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A 30 minute walk along the River Lark from Mildenhall

http://www.discoversuffolk.org.uk/explore-suffolk-map.aspx?hid=44b6b218-c79d-11dd-99d0-c07756d89593#



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