- Stour Brook
The Stour Brook is a river that starts just west of the town of
Haverhill, Suffolk. After leaving Haverhill it quickly joins the River Stourby the village of Wixoe, Essex. During its course through Haverhill, most of the natural channel of this river has been replaced with a man-made, concrete channel.
Rivers of the United Kingdom
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