Micker Brook

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Micker Brook
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Micker Brook near Cheadle Hulme
Country England
 - location Cheshire
 - 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.


  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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