Micker Brook

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Micker Brook
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Micker Brook near Cheadle Hulme
Country England
Source
 - location Cheshire
Mouth
 - location River Mersey
 - coordinates 53°24′5.76″N 2°14′19.92″W / 53.4016000°N 2.2388667°W / 53.4016000; -2.2388667Coordinates: 53°24′5.76″N 2°14′19.92″W / 53.4016000°N 2.2388667°W / 53.4016000; -2.2388667

Micker Brook is a tributary of the River Mersey in Cheshire and Greater Manchester, England.

Known early in its course as Bollinhurst Brook and Norbury Brook, then Lady Brook,[1] the river runs along the Ladybrook Valley westward and northward through Hazel Grove, Bramhall and Cheadle. It joins the River Mersey not far from the M60 motorway in Manchester.

References

  1. ^ Poynton Walk 3 - Poynton Coppice and Macclesfield Canal Archived 4 July 2008 at the Wayback Machine., Poynton Village Community Website. Retrieved 12 March 2008.


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