River Westend facts for kids
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The River Westend
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|Main source||Bleaklow Stones, Bleaklow, Derbyshire|
|River mouth||Howden Reservoir, Derbyshire
53°25′52″N 1°44′41″W / 53.43120°N 1.74467°W
|Length||3.2 km (2.0 mi)|
|Basin size||14.8 km2 (5.7 sq mi)|
|Progression : Westend—Derwent—Trent—Humber|
The River Westend flows through the Dark Peak of the Derbyshire Peak District in England. Its source is at Bleaklow Stones on Bleaklow, from where it flows south east into a western arm of the Howden Reservoir. Its lower reaches run through a forestry plantation.
Tributaries of the river include Ravens Clough, Black Clough, Fagney Clough, Green Clough and Grinah Grain.
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