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Dinting Vale

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Dinting Vale

Dinting Vale is a village in Glossopdale, Derbyshire, England, UK, near Higher Dinting, Dinting and Glossop.

Dinting Vale Printworks became renowned through the Potter family which included Edmund Potter and his brother Rupert Potter, the father of Beatrix Potter who often visited her father and uncle at the Print Works. The street names in a housing estate in Dinting Vale allude to Beatrix's characters, e.g. Peter Rabbit Close.

External links

  • Glossop Heritage Centre's webpage on the Potter family

See also

Coordinates: 53°26′58″N 1°58′41″W / 53.4494°N 1.9781°W / 53.4494; -1.9781


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