Teme Management Catchment
There are 3 operational catchments in this management catchment.
This catchment crosses the border with Wales. To access data and information on the Welsh side of the border, visit Natural Resources Wales / River Basin Management Plans.
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The Teme is a rural river, passing through the market towns of Ludlow and Tenbury Wells before joining the River Severn south of Worcester. It is the second largest tributary of the River Severn; 122 kilometres in length. The area is popular for tourism, and is nationally recognised for its wildlife, with the River Clun internationally valued for freshwater pearl mussels. The river is a high class fishery. The River Teme is classed as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and the bottom of the River Clun is designated a Special Area of Conservation (SAC). The river is also used as a source for drinking water.