Ible

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Ible
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Near Grangemill, Ible.
Ible is located in Derbyshire
Ible
Ible
Ible shown within Derbyshire
OS grid reference SK248571
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Post town MATLOCK
Postcode district DE4
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53°06′40″N 1°37′48″W / 53.111°N 1.630°W / 53.111; -1.630Coordinates: 53°06′40″N 1°37′48″W / 53.111°N 1.630°W / 53.111; -1.630

Ible (pronounced 'eyebull', or 'ib-ull') is a hamlet in Derbyshire, England, just within the Peak District National Park.

It is located near the Via Gellia valley, the historic market town of Wirksworth and village of Bonsall.

The name of the hamlet is derived from the Old English for "Ibba's Hollow"[1]

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