Cuffley Brook

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The long Cuffly Brook in Northaw Wood

Cuffley Brook is a tributary of the River Lea in Hertfordshire.

The Cuffley Brook is one of the longest brook tributaries of the Lea, forming from Grimes Brook north west of Cuffley, Northaw Brook south-west of Cuffley, snaking for several miles through the south-east Hertfordshire hills past Crews Hill until it reaches a confluence with Turkey Brook, in northern Middlesex, near Forty Hall.