Cowan Bridge is a village in the English county of Lancashire.
It is south-east of the town of Kirkby Lonsdale where the main A65 road crosses the Leck Beck. It forms part of the civil parish with the unusual name of Burrow-with-Burrow.
Read more about Cowan Bridge: Clergy Daughters' School
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