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Stour

1. a river in S England, in Kent, rising in the Weald and flowing N to the North Sea: separates the Isle of Thanet from the mainland
2. any of several smaller rivers in England
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The annual Sudbury to the Sea event, organised by the River Stour Trust, takes place this weekend (September 9 and 10) and thanks to the efforts of the Environment Agency those taking part will be enjoying a much clearer journey.
The River Stour itself offers ample opportunity for bird watching, sailing and canoeing.
He has never visited the crash site and did not even know the name of the river he fell into - though Kidderminster is bisected by the River Stour.
Eyewitnesses described seeing the aircraft flying low before smashing into a field and coming to a standstill with its nose in the River Stour near the village of Throop.
The 33-year-old was hailed a hero for directing his plane away from homes before it plunged into the River Stour.
The plane was in pieces scattered on either side of the River Stour.
Alan Lock drowned after getting into the River Stour in Sudbury, Suffolk, in June 2009, an inquest heard in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
Plans were under way to improve links between Whitstable and Canterbury by improving navigation along the River Stour.
It's very unusual to find buildings of this type in this area of Canterbury, this side of the River Stour," Archaeologist James Holman said.
Six-year-old Alan Lock died after falling into the River Stour in Sudbury, Suffolk, on Tuesday night.
The River Stour flows through the middle of the valley, on its way to the nearby North Sea.