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- Amber Valley is a local government district and borough in Derbyshire, England. It takes its name from the River Amber and covers a semi-rural area with a number of small towns formerly based around coal mining and engineering. The parliamentary constituency of Amber Valley covers a similar area.
- Amber Valley is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since 2010 by Nigel Mills of the Conservative Party.
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"Amber Valley" a.k.a. "Amber Valley (Sing Me Softly version)" is a composition.
- music by Ayako Saso
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by Paul Robert Magocsi
On theprairies, where segregated education was enforced by geography and convention rather thanby law,the black schools disappeared inthe 1920s ascommunity populations declined everywhere exceptin Amber Valley, whose remote ...
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- Amber Valley
A monochrome version of a shot from some time ago; looking across the Derbyshire countryside from Butterley toward Swanwick.
Photo credit: Dun.can
- The Amber Valley, Derbyshire
Photo credit: Loz Flowers
- Amber Valley, Coxbench, Derbyshire
The village of Coxbench in the Borough of Amber Valley in Derbyshire. Photo Taken: 06/03/12
Photo credit: eamoncurry123
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