River Lowman

The River Lowman, a tributary of the River Exe, is one of Tiverton’s main waterways. Its name is derived from Celtic origins and is believed to mean “Elm River”.

Tiverton is actually sited on the confluence of the two aforementioned rivers. The Lowman, which has also been written as the Loman, has given its name to many areas in the town including Lowman Green, the site of the new Police Station and the Clock Tower, and the Lowman Park estate.

Tiverton information:
History of Tiverton
Famous people
Grand Western Canal
Horse drawn barge
Mid Devon Show
Pannier Market
River Exe
River Lowman
Tiverton Balloon and Music Festival 2013
Historic churches:
St. George's
St. Paul's
St. Peter's
Tiverton Baptist Church
Historic schools:
Chilcot School
Old Blundell's
National School
Historic buildings & landmarks:
Clock Tower
John Greenway's Almshouse Chapel
Edward VII statue
The Great House of St. George
John Heathcoat & Company Ltd. factory
Knightshayes Court
Tiverton Castle
Tiverton Museum of Mid Devon Life
Tiverton Town Hall
Tivoli Cinema
White Horse pub