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The second gets up on time and travels south but straight, while the third gets up early and takes a long, leisurely route which takes her north before she too heads south. It is Britain's longest river and this week it has fulfilled its reputation with a devastating display as the one most prone to flooding.One local newspaper headlined a story about this week's floods - the worst for at least 50 years - "The River of Despair".
But it would be wrong to think of the Severn simply as the most troublesome of the three sisters.But my view is that the flood defences here are cock-eyed." The river then turns south, passing through the historic communities around the Ironbridge Gorge, cradle of Britain's industrial revolution and home to the world's first major iron bridge.At the nearby village of Jackfield, the Boat Inn, complete with its motto "Unspoilt By Progress", had water halfway up its front door, though a sign on the door revealed the height of previous flooding - the worst being on 10 February, 1946, closely followed by 2 March, 1947.It has a fully equipped self-catering kitchen, dining room and lounge.Bedrooms range from double/twin en suite to a 6 bedded dormitory. Covered decking, patio, lawn and a BBQ provide ample opportunity to enjoy the quiet rural location.The georgian town of Bewdley located on the river Severn is just 1 mile away, the West Midland Safari Park and Severn Valley Railway are also very close.
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An old Welsh song tells of three sister springs that rise high on a bleak mountain, and, one evening, plan a trip to the sea.
The next morning, the first sister sleeps late and has to rush to the sea by the fastest route.
Yesterday the water was lapping near the headstones and villagers had been forced from their flooded homes. " said Sheila Williams, who was arranging temporary accommodation at the local pub.
"The insurance people are being very good but we need electricians and builders to come in but they are all busy - everybody wants them." The first major town on the Severn's route is Shrewsbury, parts of which were still closed off yesterday after the worst flooding to hit the county town since 1947.
It means in Worcester the floods arrive more slowly but stay longer." Late yesterday the severe flood warning on the river was extended as far south as Gloucester city centre.