The Derbyshire Flora describes the Stinking Hellebore as a rare native of woods and screes and I've included the distribution map below.
The plant is poisonous although it was used as a remedy for worms in the 18th Century. Gilbert White remarked on the use of the Stinking Hellebore as a cure for worms;
'Where it killed not the patient, it would certainly kill the worms; but the worst of it is, it will sometime kill both.'
|Stinking Hellebore (Helleborus foetidus)|
|Stinking Hellebore provisional distribution from the Derbyshire Flora|