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The Bull Well, Bulwell

The river Leen rises on the slopes of the Forest of Kirkby. A number of springs which issue on the south side, when joined to the waters from Hollin Well, flow in a meandering course almost due southward. The watercourse's name is a corruption through various renderings of the Celtic word Llyn for lake or pool, and 'hlynna' = streamlet. The distance from source to confluence is not more than ten m…