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River Ant

The River Ant is a river on the Norfolk Broads in The Broads National Park in Norfolk, England.

It rises near Honing[?], flows through Wayford Bridge, Dilham and Barton Broad, through Irstead, past How Hill and through Ludham Bridge and flows into the Bure west of St. Benet's Abbey.

A special type of Norfolk wherry was used on the Ant, measuring 50' x 12' max.

The Ant Broads & Marshes NNR is a National Nature Reserve.

The North Walsham & Dilham Canal is the canalisation of the Ant and joins it at Smallburgh[?] junction.



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