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Encyclopedia > St Ives

One of these three places is famous for the nursery rhyme and riddle As I Was Going to St Ives though it is not entirely clear which.

St Ives is the name of several places in England:

  • St Ives, Cambridgeshire (A market town that has had the name for about 1000 years)
  • St Ives, Cornwall (A seaside town)
  • St Ives, Dorset (A village)

St Ives is also the name of a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales in Australia:

  • St Ives, New South Wales

St. Ives may also refer to:


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St Ives, Cambridgeshire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (296 words)
St Ives is a medium-sized market town the east of England (around 15 miles north-west of the city of Cambridge).
St Ives has one main secondary school (St Ivo), 3 primary schools (Thorndown, Wheatfields and Westfield, which was recently named outstanding by OFSTED), 1 fire station, 1 police station and 1 bus station shared between a population of around 15,000 in 1991.
St Ives is most famous for the nursery rhyme and riddle As I Was Going to St Ives.
GENUKI: St Ives (2524 words)
St Ives are situated in the deanery and Hundred of Penwith.
The parish is bounded on the north by the Bristol Channel, on the east by St Ives Bay and Leylant, on the south by Lelant and Towednack, and on the west by Towednack and the sea.
The St Ives Trust is a charitable organisation which was set up in 1967 to educate the public in geography, history, natural history, and architecture of St Ives and District.
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