River Roch :: Shared Description
The River Roch (pronounced "roach") is a tributary of the River Irwell. It rises on Chelburn Moor, south of Todmorden, and flows south through Littleborough towards Rochdale where it is joined by the River Beal at Belfield, and the River Spodden from Whitworth. Turning west it runs past Heywood and Bury before meeting the River Irwell just to the east of Radcliffe.
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Created: Tue, 9 Mar 2010, Updated: Sat, 8 May 2010
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