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Banky Brook is the traditional name given to the River Trent tributary that passes through the Ford Green valley in Stoke-on-Trent between Norton-in-the-Moors and Smallthorne. It was a popular place for local children to play in the past. Banky Brook passes close by Ford Green Hall, a 17th century farmhouse. A street in the nearby village of Bradeley is named Banky Brook Close.
- List of Bradeley Streets
- Local artist's picture called "Way to Banky Brook"
- Forum article about Banky Brook
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