ILKLEY, West Riding
Heber's Ghyll Chalybeate Spring SE 098 469
The chalybeate spring was discovered in 1883 and was said to have been a healing spring. The area was romanticised during the 19th century and the name Heber's Ghyll takes its name from Bishop Reginald Heber, the hymn writer, who had no connection with Ilkley. Gill became Ghyll probably to attract more visitors to the spas.