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- Meerbrook (grid reference SJ989609) is a small village in North Staffordshire, on the River Churnet at the edge of the Peak District National Park. It...
- September since 1996, which raises money for local charities. The village of Meerbrook in Staffordshire holds an annual Scarecrow Festival during the month of...
- River Dove 13.8 °C (56.8 °F) Bradwell Spring 12.4 °C (54.3 °F) Crich, Meerbrook Sough, Leashaw Farm 17 °C (63 °F) Crich, Ridgeway Sough, Whatstandwell...
- towards the end of the 19th century. Some soughs were very extensive. Meerbrook sough is over four miles in length. Digging such long tunnels took a long...
- railway tracks from Ravenstor railway station, where the Meerbrook Sough Mine area lies. The Meerbrook Sough drained water from the nearby quarries and led...
- water users in a number of legal cases. In 1772, however, a new sough, Meerbrook Sough, had been started nearby, some 30m lower than Cromford Sough. By...
- Dorothy Margaret Stuart, née Browne (1889, Meerbrook, Staffordshire – 14 September 1963) was a British poet and writer. In 1924 she won a silver medal...
- ****esworth are to the west and east. The civil parish includes the village of Meerbrook, the Roaches (a rocky ridge in the north-east) and most of ****esworth...
- miles/18.3 km). 17. ****esworth Reservoir to Wildboarclough Along a lane to Meerbrook across the reservoir, heading north up a footpath around the end of a...
- come to the area in the 1860s to design the new St Matthew's Church in Meerbrook. The foundation stone of All Saints' was laid in 1885, and the church...
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