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Sedgemoor is an administrative district of Somerset in England.

A low lying area of land close to sea level between the Quantock and Mendip hills, historically largely marsh (or moor) and contains the bulk of the area also known as the Somerset Levels.

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1 Notable towns
2 Villages
3 Rivers
4 Battles
5 Industries
6 External Links

Notable towns





Light industry now predominates, but traditional trades include
peat extraction, willow crafts and cider making can still be found, in addition to livestock farming. The River Parrett provides a source of eels (anguilla anguilla) and elvers during January throught to May.

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