- Bayford Brook
Bayford Brook is a minor tributary of the River Lea. It forms in the hills near
Bayford, Hertfordshireand joins the River Lea at Horns Mill Weir.
The brook is mostly dry, as it has a steady gradient with no pools to collect water, when rain is not falling.
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