Grangemill is a village in the English county of Derbyshire. The hamlet[1] is made up of a cluster of houses, a farm and a pub called the Hollybush. There is a former cheese factory in the village, and the workings of this are still on display. The population as taken at the 2011 Census is included in the civil parish of Aldwark, Derbyshire

The crossroads

Grangemill lies at the crossroads of the A5012 and B5056 roads and is on the south-eastern boundary of the Peak District National Park. The Limestone Way long-distance bridleway passes through Grangemill.[2] The Peak District Boundary Walk also runs through the village.[3]

There are several quarries that surround Grange Mill, in which all extract limestone from the area. The most noticeable being the Brassington Moor Quarry.


  1. ^ Grangemill, Derbyshire Dales - area information, map, walks and more Retrieved 2018-03-27.
  2. ^ OL24 White Peak area (Map). 1:25000. Outdoor Leisure. Ordnance Survey. Retrieved 27 May 2020.
  3. ^ McCloy, Andrew (2017). Peak District Boundary Walk: 190 Miles Around the Edge of the National Park. Friends of the Peak District. ISBN 978-1909461536.

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Coordinates: 53°06′54″N 1°38′18″W / 53.11503°N 1.63841°W / 53.11503; -1.63841