River Mole has flooded its banks on December 20th 2019
Great Free Fishing On The Rivers Mole and Ember At Cow Common
River mole burst banks
River Mole – Environment Agency Tree and Riverbank Destruction
River Mole Weirs - June 2017
The River Mole is a tributary of the River Thames in southern England. It rises in West Sussex near Horsham and flows northwest through Surrey for 80 km to the Thames at East Molesey, opposite Hampton Court Palace. The river gives its name to the Surrey district of Mole Valley. The Mole crosses the North Downs between Dorking and Leatherhead, where it cuts a steep-sided valley, known as the Mole Gap, through the chalk. Much of the catchment area lies on impermeable rock, meaning that the river level responds rapidly to heavy rainfall.