Youlgrave (Bakewell, Derbyshire) Reviews
Description:Youlgreave or Youlgrave is a village in the Derbyshire Peak District, lying on the River Bradford, four kilometres south of Bakewell. Both spellings are used on different local signposts and on different maps. The village is locally known as "Pommie". ... more
Youlgrave (Bakewell, Derbyshire) ... Formerly known for lead mining (see Derbyshire lead mining history), Youlgreave is known for its mediaeval parish church with a twelfth century font. It has held an annual music festival since 2001.
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