River Tat

Country England
Region Norfolk
Part of River Wensum
Source Syderstone Common
 - location Tattersett
 - elevation 48 m (157 ft)
 - coordinates 52°50′51″N 0°43′31″E / 52.8476°N 0.7252°E / 52.8476; 0.7252
Mouth River Wensum
 - location Tatterford
 - elevation 39 m (128 ft)
 - coordinates 52°49′02″N 0°46′55″E / 52.8171°N 0.7820°E / 52.8171; 0.7820Coordinates: 52°49′02″N 0°46′55″E / 52.8171°N 0.7820°E / 52.8171; 0.7820
Length 7.2 km (4 mi)
Location of the river mouth within Norfolk

The River Tat is a short river in the County of Norfolk, England. It is an important headwater for the River Wensum of which it is a tributary. Its source is on Syderstone Common, just north of the village of Tattersett. The marshes and pools of Syderstone Common that provide the headwaters for the river are a site of special scientific interest (SSSI) and are the home of a viable colony of the rare Natterjack Toad.[1]


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