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  Peak District Village Guides Stoney Middleton Stoney Middleton is a village of astounding contrasts set on the north eastern fringes of the White...
Stoney Middleton is situated in the beautiful Middleton Dale, four miles north of Bakewell, in Derbyshire and the Peak District National Park. It lies on the ancient highway between Chesterfield and...
Stoney Middleton Thirteen miles from the heart of the steel city of Sheffield, cradled in the arms of the Derbyshire Dales , and always watched over by the White Peaks lies Stoney Middleton. ...
• Moon Inn - Glass, Cans, Plastic Bottles
Your hosts Ben and Claire would like to welcome you to their friendly country pub. Food served 12pm - 9pm everyday. Muddy boots and dogs welcome. Our ingredients are local, free range,...
The Peak District National Park is extensive and diverse and can be divided into sections known as The Dark Peak, The White Peak, The Staffordshire Moorlands and the Derbyshire Dales. The cities of...
The Peak District National Park is extensive and diverse and can be divided into sections known as The Dark Peak, The White Peak, The Staffordshire Moorlands and the Derbyshire Dales. The cities of...
  Peak District Village Guides Brassington Brassington is an ancient village of traditional limestone dwellings which huddle together on a steep...
Calver The north Derbyshire village of Calver spreads itself across the floor of the Derwent Valley alongside the main A623 road between Baslow and Stoney Middleton. The village dwellings,...
Situated at over 1,500 feet above sea level, Flash claims to be the highest village in England. Here weather-worn cottages by the side of the A53 Leek to Buxton road appear to have an idyllic...
Foolow Please go to the brand new Foolow website at LETS GO FOOLOW   Derbyshire is a county of remarkable contrasts and contradictions, especially literal ones. As opposed...
The village of Froggatt sits on the eastern bank of the River Derwent and is overshadowed by Froggatt Edge, a towering escarpment formed by glacial action in the last Ice Age some ten...