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  • Tidal mudflats at Combwich, near the mouth of the River Parrett on Bridgwater Bay
  • In the United Kingdom large bay mud occurrences are found at Morecambe Bay, Bridgwater Bay and Bristol Bay.
  • The mouth of the river is where it flows into the National Nature Reserve at Bridgwater Bay on the Bristol Channel.
  • The museum specialises in the shallow draft Flatner, a form of vessel once prevalent in Bridgwater Bay and adjacent coastal areas.
  • Hinkley Point is a headland extending into Bridgwater Bay west of Burnham-on-Sea, close to the mouth of the River Parrett.
  • "' Burnham-on-Sea "'is a town in Somerset, England, at the mouth of the River Parrett and Bridgwater Bay.
  • In 1885 the uninhabited Stert Island in Bridgwater Bay was transferred from the parish of Stogursey to Huntspill, but the island was also transferred to Otterhampton in 1933.
  • The trail, which is long, runs from Chedington in Dorset to the mouth of the river in Bridgwater Bay where it joins the West Somerset Coast Path.
  • The section around Langport to the West Sedgemoor Drain continues to rate good for chemical quality and moderate for ecological quality, as does the final area leading to Bridgwater Bay.
  • The Severn Estuary SSSI designation overlaps individual site designations for separate sites in Avon ( Spring Cove Cliffs, Middle Hope, Ely Estuary and Bridgwater Bay ( as well as the Upper Severn Estuary)
  • Other exhibits show local crafts, including willow coppicing, mud horse fishing on the flats of Bridgwater Bay, peat digging on the Somerset Levels and the production of milk, cheese, and cider.
  • "' Bridgwater Bay "'is on the Bristol Channel, north of Bridgwater in Somerset, England at the mouth of the River Parrett and the end of the River Parrett Trail.
  • Other exhibits show local crafts, including willow coppicing, mud horse fishing on the flats of Bridgwater Bay, peat digging on the Somerset Levels, and the production of milk, cheese, and cider.
  • Under an 1845 Act of Parliament the Port of Bridgwater extends from Brean Down to Hinkley Point in Bridgwater Bay, and includes parts of the River Parrett ( to Bridgwater ), River Brue and the River Axe.
  • "' Brean Down "'is a promontory off the coast of Somerset, England, standing high and extending into the Bristol Channel at the eastern end of Bridgwater Bay between Weston-super-Mare and Burnham-on-Sea.
  • The parish extends to the coast of Bridgwater Bay between Blue Anchor and Watchet, in an area previously known as Cleeve Bay, Bridgwater Bay consists of large areas of mud flats, saltmarsh, sandflats and shingle ridges, some of which are vegetated.
  • The parish extends to the coast of Bridgwater Bay between Blue Anchor and Watchet, in an area previously known as Cleeve Bay, Bridgwater Bay consists of large areas of mud flats, saltmarsh, sandflats and shingle ridges, some of which are vegetated.
  • It passes many landmarks and places of interest including; Burrow Hill Cider Farm, Muchelney Abbey, West Sedgemoor ( a Site of Special Scientific Interest ( SSSI ), the Blake Museum, Westonzoyland Pumping Station Museum, the site of the Battle of Sedgemoor and finally discharging into Bridgwater Bay ( another SSSI ).
  • In 2004, what appeared to be a completely intact juvenile plesiosaur was discovered, by a local fisherman, at Bridgwater Bay National Nature Reserve in Somerset, UK . The fossil, dated 180 Ma by the ammonites associated with it, measured in length, and may be related to " Rhomaleosaurus ".
  • "' BARB Search & Rescue "'( based in Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset ) formed in 1992 as "'Burnham Area Rescue Boat "'and is a voluntary search and rescue service that operates two rescue hovercrafts and an inshore rescue boat in the Bridgwater Bay area.