Coordinates: 52°49′23″N 1°25′44″W / 52.823°N 1.429°W
Melbourne is a town in south Derbyshire, England. 6,500 people live in Melbourne. It is eight miles south of Derby and two miles from the River Trent.
Melbourne in Australia is named after the Prime Minister, Viscount Melbourne. His family home was in Melbourne.
Melbourne belonged to King William in 1086. William I owned a few places like Melbourne and Weston-on-Trent</ref>. The church was built in 1120.
A castle was built in Melbourne in 1311. The Duke of Bourbon was a prisoner at the castle after the Battle of Agincourt in 1416.
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The Town Band play at Melbourne's events. These events are the carnival and carols at Christmas.