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River Tiffey

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River Tiffey

The River Tiffey is a small river in Norfolk, England and a tributary of the River Yare. It rises near Hethel and passes through Wymondham before flowing generally north-eastwards passing through Kimberley, Carleton Forehoe, Wramplingham and Barford before joining the River Yare at Swan's Harbour.

Further reading

  • History Along the Tiffey (2007) by Anne & Adrian Hoare

External links

  • Tiffey Valley circular walk
  • Tiffey Trails Project

Coordinates: 52°37′29″N 1°08′08″E / 52.6248°N 1.1356°E / 52.6248; 1.1356

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