Winterbourne Lewes

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High level of the Winterbourne in Lewes.

Winterbourne.mpg video attached (42.64MB) Based on information supplied by Richard Gill.

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8:30pm Sun 6 Jan 13

All 9 of me says...

doubt this will reach the viral heights of one pound fish .....
doubt this will reach the viral heights of one pound fish ..... All 9 of me
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10:12pm Sun 6 Jan 13

The Wolfie says...

Pretty low and slow compared with what I remember as a kid...
Pretty low and slow compared with what I remember as a kid... The Wolfie
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10:16pm Sun 6 Jan 13

nosolution says...

Meanwhile in other news a bath was overflowing in Ringmer...
Meanwhile in other news a bath was overflowing in Ringmer... nosolution
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10:18pm Sun 6 Jan 13

Grumpy0ldman says...

I'm sorry ..... Am I missing something here. What is the news ??? No commentary just a river flowing!!! What's tomorrow's news..... The sun setting ????
I'm sorry ..... Am I missing something here. What is the news ??? No commentary just a river flowing!!! What's tomorrow's news..... The sun setting ???? Grumpy0ldman
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9:40am Mon 7 Jan 13

Sarah Booker Lewis says...

It seems a submitted video has inadvertently gone live on the website.
It seems a submitted video has inadvertently gone live on the website. Sarah Booker Lewis
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3:56pm Mon 7 Jan 13

losdude says...

The adverts either side are longer than the video!
The adverts either side are longer than the video! losdude
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4:13pm Mon 7 Jan 13

John Steed says...

Much ado about nothing.
increase the speed of a body of water by 1mph and the volume moved without any increase in height is 20 times greater, winterbourne stream was culverted through the grange in 1968/9 to ensure efficient movement of water down to the railway station end and into the ouse, it has worked without fail since, in fact its nice to see some water in the stream it's generally a trickle or dry in summer, meanwhile are the kingfishers still around the stream on the railway land?
Much ado about nothing. increase the speed of a body of water by 1mph and the volume moved without any increase in height is 20 times greater, winterbourne stream was culverted through the grange in 1968/9 to ensure efficient movement of water down to the railway station end and into the ouse, it has worked without fail since, in fact its nice to see some water in the stream it's generally a trickle or dry in summer, meanwhile are the kingfishers still around the stream on the railway land? John Steed
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