Neil Edbrooke - Over Bristol, the view down the Avon River to docks at Avonmouth, Portbury, the River Severn and the sea. http://www.shipwreckedmariners.org.uk/Home/Events/PhotographyCompetition2013.aspx
Hafren - is the Welsh Goddess of the river Severn, and Her Latin name is 'Sabrina'. Geoffrey of Monmouth tells Her story. A legendary married king of England fell in love with Elfridis who gave birth to a beautiful daughter, Hafren. The king’s jealous queen killed him in battle and ordered Hafren and her mother to be thrown into the river. Hafren then became a goddess of healing and gave Her Name to the river Severn. (Cont. reading below in the comments. Click to view full size.)
Shropshire: The 10 Best Places In This County With A Bloody Past
Ironbridge Gorge very deep gorge and beautiful river Severn flows right through it. It is one of the 10 best places in Shropshire for people who like to see power of nature. You can go and enjoy variety of outdoor activities in the gorge or visit the old Ironbridge
England Rivers: The 10 English Rivers You Must Visit
River Severn is one of the top 10 rivers of England because it is the longest river in the UK. It’s perfect if you want to go on a cruise, a kayaking adventure, a long or short hike, or just learn something about the culture and history of the surrounding region in one of the excellent museums. You could also visit Shrewsbury Castle which is next to the river, or you could try to visit the most famous of the bridges that enable people to cross the river without getting wet.
The County of #Gloucestershire is located on the northern edge of the South West of England and is divided into three parts, the Cotswolds, the Royal Forest of Dean and the Severn Vale. Gloucestershire is famous for many delightful #Cotswolds towns and villages, for example, Bourton-on-the-Water, #Cheltenham, Stow-on-the-Wold, #Tewkesbury and The Slaughters. The County is full of exceptional views across the #River Severn and striking countryside settings.