River Allen, Northumberland

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River Allen
River Allen, taken from the Cupola Bridge at Whitfield - geograph.org.uk - 5753.jpg
Country United Kingdom
County Northumberland
 - coordinates 54°58′38″N 2°18′41″W / 54.9771°N 2.3115°W / 54.9771; -2.3115Coordinates: 54°58′38″N 2°18′41″W / 54.9771°N 2.3115°W / 54.9771; -2.3115
Location within Northumberland

The River Allen is a river in the English county of Northumberland. The Allen is a tributary of the River South Tyne. It gives its name to Allendale. Allen Banks and Staward Gorge is upstream on this river from the confluence with the Tyne.[1]

Allen Valley Angling and Conservation[2] provides permits to fish the River East Allen and supports conservation efforts to improve fish stock and riverside access. The river is home to wild brown trout and visiting spawning sea trout and salmon

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