Sabden Brook

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Sabden Brook is a small river running through Lancashire in England.

Rising just to the west of Newchurch-in-Pendle, Sabden Brook moves westward through its well-defined valley, past Sabden Hall to the village of Sabden, east of the town of Whalley. From there, the brook turns southwesterly, widening out, overlooked by Wiswell Moor and the Iron Age fort at Portfield before conjoining with the waters of the River Calder at Cock Bridge near Read.

Coordinates: 53°48′09″N 2°23′10″W / 53.8026°N 2.3861°W / 53.8026; -2.3861