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We recently had a holiday in Somerset in the South West of England. We stayed near the town of Langport which is on what is known as the Somerset Levels. It is a low flat area which was once covered by sea. Dutch engineers eventually drained it in the 17th century. It has a maximum altitude of 25feet above sea level. Towns in the area are subject to flooding. The land is now farmed and willows are grown for making furniture, baskets etc. This is an image of the River Parret near Drayton and Midelney.

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