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Wye (Buckinghamshire)

Definition (,_Buckinghamshire)

The River Wye in Buckinghamshire is a river in England that rises in the Chiltern Hills of Buckinghamshire. It flows for around 9 miles (14 km), through High Wycombe on its way down to Bourne End, where it meets the River Thames on the reach above Cookham Lock. (Wikipedia)

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N/AThame and South Chilterns catchment

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River Wye (Buckinghamshire)

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