Arram Beck

Arram Beck

Arram Beck is a small stream running through high embankments and flowing eastwards from the village of Arram to join the River Hull. Depths are variable due to the tidal nature of the Hull. Home to a variety of fish species including perch, dace and roach. Chub have also been stocked here.

The stream was diverted into Aike Beck as part of the Environment Agency flood reduction works.

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