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Ilkeston is a town located within Derbyshire and lies on the river Erewash with a population of 39,000. The town is in close proximity to both Derby and Nottingham and borders Nottinghamshire. Ilkeston is surrounded by historical buildings and old stories to go with them and has many of its own stories to tell too. The most important local employers were the Stanton Ironworks which were later known as Stanton & Staveley. It has been recorded since the Roman times that iron working has taken place here and has continued throughout the years right up to 2007 when the last casting was made, by this time the business was being run by the French Saint-Gobain group from 1985 to the last casting date, this was said to be an emotional event due to the time that been dedicated to iron workings for centuries here. During the 19th century, it was noted that the existence of natural mineral waters and this was soon exploited. In 1831 Mr Thomas Potter built the famous Ilkeston Bath at the bottom of Town Street and was attached to the Rutland Hotel. The Baths attracted many tourists for over 60 years when towns like Bath and Harrogate were at the very height of fashion, social status and popularity.