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 User talk:Rodw - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Litton Reservoirs are "in" as water from there flows into the Chew - the boundary of the catchment area runs to the east of them, due south from Hinton Blewitt for a mile or so, then sweepnig west in a big loop to encompass Chewton Mendip.
Hi, The infobox that I changed it to on the Chew Stoke etc pages is the standard English town/village one for places in unitary authorities, it's infobox England place with map UA.
I think the Chew article is actually really good, all it needs is a bit of editing to bring it into "house style".
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