River Great Ouse

 River Great Ouse Little River Thet Padbury Brook River Cam River Lark River Wissey

River Great Ouse is in The Wash.

Around 1425. Great Barford Bridge [Map] is an early fifteenth century bridge with seventeen arches, originally built from limestone and sandstone that spans the River Great Ouse.


The Little rises near Rickenhall, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Cracken Corner, Suffolk [Map]. It also appears to rises near and Redgrave And Lopham Fen [Map]; it isn't clear which is the source of the Little. Thereafter it flows past Blo' Norton, Norfolk [Map], Knettishall, Suffolk [Map], Rushford, Norfolk [Map], Barham, Suffolk [Map], Thetford, Norfolk [Map], where it is joined by the River Thet.

After Thetford the Little Ouse flows past Santon Downham, Suffolk [Map], through Brandon, Suffolk [Map], past Hockwold cum Wilton, Norfolk [Map] to Brandon Creek, Norfolk [Map] where it joins the River Great Ouse.

Padbury Brook

River Lark

River Wissey