Bayford Brook


Bayford Brook

Bayford Brook is a minor tributary of the River Lea. It forms in the hills near Bayford, Hertfordshire and 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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