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Explore the Peak District and find some family activities in the page dedicated to looking after the little ones. Family activities in the Peak District vary from sporty things to simply discovering the ducks and feeding ducklings Bakewell. It needn't cost a lot and with our choice of family activities, there is something for all age ranges and to suit all pockets

Tegg's Nose
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A New Video From Peak District Online Shows Derbyshire In New Light.

Tegg's Nose - A Name & A Place To Remember

Peak District Online are very proud to present their new video introducing the Peak District to the uninitiated. A place apart from the rest and the gateway to Cheshire's Hill Country. This beautiful region of our country is depicted with stunning visuals and a treat for all the senses.Set to a staggeringly beautiful soundtrack, the spectacular Tegg's Nose is shown in the sunshine, the Summer of heat and perspiration.  

Located near Macclesfield on the edge of the glorious Peak District, we see the view of the stunning hills and dales through a sea of wildflowers, a field full of nature's bounty. There's a choice of trails and walks, which direction to turn is the hardest part of your day.  Fantastic views flank the paths and fields, see two counties for the price of one!The perfectly timed strains of music coincide with insightful knowledge written in short bursts across the screen, tempting and teasing us with little bits of information we would never know. Watching this video we are transported there - this way we can all experience it first hand. We glimpse the visitor centre, local artwork on display. The limestone walls and gritsone edges  border fields of lush green grass, easy trials or hard - it's up to you.

The valley and the hillsides house a treasure trove of goodies, just waiting to be explored. We're told on a clear day we can see for miles and we don't doubt it - the long climb well worth it from the various hillsides. Meander the paths if a buggy needs accommodating, the elderly or infirm catered for  - both. A dog walkers treat and child's adventure, Tegg's Nose is place to suit all.Tegg's Nose is indeed a dramatic and gorgeous place but it is also a thing of beauty to be experienced first hand. If it’s not possible to visit then this is the next best thing.

This video is gorgeous – check it out for yourself.  Now where are my walking boots?

Peak District Activities - Evolution Outdoors - Chesterfield
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Evolution Outdoors Ltd has provided top quality adventurous outdoor activities since 2007.
 
Based in the Peak District, Evolution Outdoors is a young and exciting outdoors company run by an unusual mix of people with backgrounds ranging from ex-soldiers to chemistry graduates, all with a wealth of outdoors and leadership experience.
 
We are a family run business with an emphasis on fun but safe outdoors activities. We limit the number of clients we work with in order to ensure the quality of our courses are kept to the highest standards.
 
Evolution Outdoors holds a full and current AALA licence as well as full public liability insurance and currently runs courses in caving, climbing, abseiling, teamwork leadership and development, charity fundraising events and overseas expeditions. 
 
We are the company to choose if you are looking to do a challenge or event such as the UK 3 Peaks, the 6 Peaks, the Welsh 3000, Coast to Coast cycling, abseling, caving, team building (corporate) or any other outfoor event.
 
Contact us for a friendly, no obligation, chat to discuss any of our events or even a bespoke event tailored to your requirement.

Activities
• Activity and Adventure Courses

Charity Events and Evolution Outdoors

Duke of Edinburgh Award

Team work Leadership and Development Training

Schools and Youth Groups

Instructor Courses

For more information please see our website.

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Peak District Attractions - Crich Tramway Village - Crich, nr Matlock
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Crich Tramway Village is no ordinary day out. The village setting of lovingly restored buildings is not only the perfect home for the nations collection of vintage trams but gives visitors the opportunity to experience the nostalgia of a time now past.

Don’t be fooled however by the relaxed and friendly atmosphere as there’s a lot to see and do. Trams run to and fro all day long carrying visitors down the sett-laid street and out into the surrounding countryside where you will be rewarded with breathtaking views across the Derwent Valley.

Visitors are welcome to ride the trams as often as they wish though it’s hard not to be distracted by all the other activities going on.

The Workshop Gallery gives you the opportunity to watch engineers close up as they go about servicing working vehicles and carrying out restoration work on needy trams. Visit the depots and you will be able to see over fifty vintage trams from all different eras, towns and countries, you may even spot one from your own home town! Across the yard you will find the Great Exhibition Hall which tells the story of the tram from its horse drawn origins to the near silent electric vehicles working today.

The buildings that make up the village have come from all parts of the country, many demolished brick by brick before being transported to Crich and lovingly rebuilt and restored. Here within the heart of the village you will find the souvenir shop The Forge and Barnett’s Traditional Sweet Shop and should you be in need of refreshment there are also Rita’s Tearooms and Red Lion Pub which welcomes all members of the family whatever their age.

Children can let off steam in the adventure playground , while younger ones can make the most of our indoor ball pool and tram themed soft play area; to keep their brains in shape there is also a quiz trail to follow.

images/crich-tramway2.jpgCatch a tram out to the Woodland Park where you will find the start of the Woodland Walk & Sculpture Trail.  Visitors can stretch their legs on a trail that winds its way through native woodland, now home to some amazing and unusual sculptures. Children will be thrilled to ride on the back of a giant wood ant, come face-to-face with the Green Man and explore the stone labyrinth.  Amongst the trees an elevated walkway leads to a viewing platform perched high above the Derwent Valley, a World Heritage site. The walk also features a leaf trail where children can take brass rubbings of native leaves.

Crich really does offer something for everyone whenever you visit but some days there is even more going on. We have a rich and varied calendar of special events that runs throughout the year including; classic vehicle days, city themed events, our famous World War 2 Homefront weekends reliving the war era, music, bands and a variety of children's holiday activities.

 

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Location & Opening Times
Crich Tramway Village is located in the heart of Derbyshire, 6 miles from Matlock and 8 miles from M1 junction 28, follow the brown signs for “Tramway Museum”.

For further information about opening times, admission prices and details of special events

Tel: 01773 854321, email or visit our website

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Peak District Crafts & Gifts - Sticky Fingers - Ashbourne
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Situated in historic Ashbourne, Sticky Fingers is a wonderful environment in which to spend time. Come in and browse through our selection of designer gifts, create a masterpiece of your own, or simply grab a coffee and a homemade cake...

Crafts.
Ceramic Painting.
With one of the largest selections of pots in the country, a range of 25 colours, 3-D bumpy paints and shaped sponges we are able to cater for most needs. Whether you are a solo painter passing by or a party of forty we are pleased to help.

Unlike many others, we don’t charge a studio fee; the price on the pot includes all paints, glaze and firing.  You do not need to pre-book to paint in our studio but we advise that you reserve a table at busier times such as weekends and school holidays to avoid disappointment.

Decopatch.
We are the only craft studio in Derbyshire to offer ‘decopatch’.  This is a very simple craft technique that has fantastic results!  The craft is suitable for children and adults alike and is great for parties.

The activity involves covering papier-mâché, wooden or pottery items with gorgeous patterned tissue paper.  Simply tear the paper, apply glue and stick onto the shape.  It sounds easy and it is, but the results are wonderful.  Create a patchwork effect by mixing paper designs, cover an animal with its own print, or make a giraffe look like a zebra.  Take a look at Decko our metre-long gecko for inspiration!  Our range of letters is very popular for adorning bedroom walls and doors.

Mosaics
For something a little different why not come to the studio and make a mosaic?  We have a selection of blank items available to decorate: coasters, mirrors, hearts, stars, etc.  With our every expanding range of coloured glass tiles, glass nuggets, beads and millefiori we are sure you will create something beautiful.

Children's Parties
We have two lovely party rooms available for your craft party, the largest of which will seat up to twenty four guests.  For parties of over ten guests you will have exclusive use of a party room.  We will also provide invitations, a dedicated member of staff to oversee your party, offer decorating tips and advice and provide an individually designed personalised commemorative plate decorated by all the party guests. 

Why not complete your Sticky Fingers craft party with our lovely traditional party food?  Our homemade sandwiches, ice cream and cup cakes are sure to delight your guests.

Gift Shop
We have searched the length and breadth of our island to bring you the best of homemade, British-design.  Many of our suppliers are new companies or local to Derbyshire.  We have also gone further afield to find fairtrade companies that supply us with ethically made goods.  Focusing on natural materials, country style and quirky designs we are sure you will find something to tempt you.

We also have an expanding range of personalised gifts on offer, including our own range of bespoke pottery for you to order.

Cafe
Visit our fairtrade café for a cup of freshly brewed coffee, a steaming hot chocolate or revive yourself with a refreshing pot of tea. 

If you are feeling hungry sample a slice of one of our homemade cakes, all baked on the premises.

We also offer light lunches, so choose from our range of freshly made sandwiches and paninis or enjoy a salad or bowl of homemade soup.

All our food is prepared to order using local ingredients where possible.

Opening Hours
Monday: Closed*
Tuesday: 10am-4pm
Wednesday: 10am-4pm
Thursday: 10am-5pm
Friday: 10am-5.30pm
Saturday: 10am-5.30pm
Sunday: 10.30am-4.30pm

* Open every day during school holidays

(closed Tues & Wed of Shrovetide Football Match)

Private parties by prior arrangement

Late night openings as advertised

Private party/meeting room for hire

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Peak District Balloon Flights - Wickers World Ltd - Staffordshire
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Ballooning with Wickers World.
Established in 1987 by experienced commercial balloonists Jon Rudoni and Andy Rawson, the company now has the ability to fly more than 6000 thousand passengers each year and owns a fleet of ten balloons. As a family business we are passionate about ballooning, and offer our customers an unrivalled service.

Derbyshire and the Peak district.
We have three fantastic launch sites in Derbyshire - all within the Peak District National Park. We probably shouldn't have favourites, but this is the most beautiful of the areas over which we go ballooning!

•    Rowsley, Near Chatsworth House, Bakewell & Matlock.
•    Tissington Hall, Near Ashbourne on the Buxton road.
•    Glutton Bridge, just south of Buxton.

Close to Chatsworth House, our most northerly launch site is a stunning private venue near Rowsley, right next to the river Derwent. Situated about halfway between Matlock and Bakewell, Rowsley is ideally located for those of you who may wish to enjoy a day in the Derbyshire Dales, with both Bakewell and Matlock within a few miles.

Why not make your day even more memorable by visiting Chatsworth House whilst in the area? The parkland, designed by ‘Capability Brown’ in the 1760’s, is free to the public and open all year round.

A few miles north of the historic market town of Ashbourne lies our second Derbyshire launch site in the village of Tissington. This privately owned hamlet is part of the Tissington Estate. The Hall has been occupied by the FitzHerbert family since 1609.

Of course, close to the village lies the famous Tissington Trail, a disused railway line now transformed into a wonderful walk and cyclepath linking Ashbourne and Buxton. So for the energetic amongst you we can heartily recommend a brisk stroll either before or after your hot air balloon ride in the Peak District!

Our third launch venue is at Glutton Bridge, just south of Buxton. Once again, this is a secluded, private venue, set amongst some of the most stunning hills and scenery in the entire Peak District - a real gem to fly from!

We need to have these three different launch sites for one simple reason - balloons cannot be steered, and are simply carried by the breeze! So, before each flight we carefully check the wind direction, and then decide which launch site will give us the best flight. We need to make sure that we don't inadvertently drift into the controlled airspace of either East Midlands or Manchester Airports, and must also consider the possible terrain on which we'll be landing.

Flight Vouchers
From £109 per person our flight vouchers include:

•    12 Month Gift Voucher - fly at your convenience throughout the year.
•    Passenger insurance.
•    A 3 to 4 hour experience, from arrival at site, until saying goodbye.
•    Return transport by Land Rover back to the launch site after landing.
•    Guaranteed flight duration of at least 1 to 1½ hours (unlike most!).
•    Personalised Certificates, signed by your pilot after the flight.

We also fly from Staffordshire, Warwickshire & Gloucestershire, Cheshire & Shropshire and Worcestershire & Herefordshire. More information on these sites can be found on our website.

Booking Enquiry
Either go online at our website or call 01889 88 22 22 to book

Office opening hours:
Open every single day except Christmas day!
from 9am - 9pm!!

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Peak District Attractions - Haddon Hall - Bakewell
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Haddon Hall has welcomed visitors for hundreds of years and its beauty and atmosphere never fails to enchant.

Described by Simon Jenkins in “1000 Best Houses” as “the most perfect house to survive from the middle ages”. Set in the heart of the beautiful Peak District National Park, parts of the house date from the 12th Century, sitting like a jewel in its Elizabethan terraced gardens, and overlooking the River Wye.

Film-makers flock to Haddon Hall to use it as a location. The house and grounds have played host to no less than three versions of “Jane Eyre”. Screen credits also include "Elizabeth”, "Pride & Prejudice” and “The Other Boleyn Girl” and “The Princess Bride”, the cult classic movie in which Haddon Hall becomes Prince Humperdinck’s Castle and village.

Haddon has its own romantic tale - that of Dorothy Vernon’s elopement with John Manners. Little wonder Haddon Hall is recognised as one of the most romantic houses in Britain.

 

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Take time to visit Haddon Hall this year and discover:

  • Glorious examples of ancient architectural skill, including Tudor Roses, Talbot Dogs, Bombee glass and brilliantly characterful 16th century stonemasonry
  • One of the best examples of a Tudor kitchen in the country, complete with stone bread ovens, chopping blocks and water troughs
  • The magnificent Banqueting Hall, with its original table and bench stand on a raised dais, and 15th century French tapestry hangs on a wall – a gift from King Henry VIII.
  • The splendid Long Gallery, thought to be designed by the reputable architect Robert Smythson and displaying 110 feet of oak and walnut panelling.
  • The exquisite terraced gardens, redesigned by Chelsea – Gold award winning designer Arne Maynard, combining Elizabethan roots with stunning contemporary planting schemes, enhanced by the spectacular views back towards the hall and across the valley and down to the river to ‘Dorothy’s Bridge’.

There is also a museum on site presenting the fascinating finds from the 9th Duke’s restoration work; a restaurant serving local, seasonal lunches, teas, coffees and cakes, and a lovely gift shop to enjoy.

The Restaurant

Open to visitors to the hall and the general public (there is no admission charge for those wishing to use the restaurant only) the restaurant is situated in the 17th Century stable block adjacent to the Hall and provides wonderful views of the estate.

Newly refurbished and with an extensive new menu the restaurant offers something for everyone whether you want to enjoy a freshly prepared lunch or simply a relaxing cup of aromatic, freshly ground coffee accompanied by a tempting treat from the cake counter.


All our food is prepared by our Head Chef Dean and his team and a fantastic selection of speciality dishes, lunchtime specials, light bites, sandwiches and cakes are available, all of which are prepared using fresh, local ingredients. Each menu comes with an easy to use guide for people with special dietary requirements.

 

Full details of opening times, admission rates and all the special events at Haddon Hall can be found on our website www.haddonhall.co.uk or call 01629 812855

2018

Opening Dates

24th March - 30th September, 7 days a week, (excluding 19th and 20th May)

October - Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday

Halloween Half Term - October 22nd - 31st

Opening times are 10:30am until 5pm, with last admission at 4pm

Christmas 1st - 23rd December

Opening times are 10:30am until 4pm, with last admission at 3pm

HADDON HALL WILL BE CLOSED ON

19th & 20th MAY - 21st ,22nd , 26th &27th JUNE

 

 

Artisan Markets and Wedding Open day

18th February - Wedding Open day
27th, 28th & 29th July - Summer Artisan Market (outdoor event)
15th, 16th, 17th & 18th November - Winter Artisan Market (indoor event)


Admission Prices

Adult (16 and above) £15.75
Concessions (Over 60) £15.00
Student (With a valid ID) £15.00
Children (Age 5-15) FREE

Car Parking £3.00 per car

Free entry for members of the HHA on production of a valid card, not valid for Special Events including Christmas Opening period (parking charge still applies).

For further information or for details on how to find us please visit our how to get here page

If using your SatNav to find us please don't use our postcode. Search for directions to Bakewell or Rowsley and follow the signs on the A6 from there.

For those who require more information about access please click here. Please note that wheelchair access to the hall is very limited. Please call the Estate Office on 01629 812855 with any questions.

Peak District Activity Centres - Derbyshire Eco Centre - Middleton-by-Wirksworth
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For a truly memorable experience which is creative and fun, why not treat yourself to a course or workshop at the Derbyshire Eco Centre. Discover the joy of learning at our flagship eco building in its relaxing setting. From woodland management, dry stone walling or rustic furniture making to stained glass, yoga or map reading and navigation skills, we have something for everyone. Come and share your time with like-minded people and make new friends.
 
If you have children aged between 4 and 14, we also offer workshops during the school holidays for parents and children to learn together skills such as mosaic making, lantern making or making bird feeders and bug homes. For visitors to our beautiful area, you can learn skills that will be lasting souvenir of a truly memorable holiday.
 
Derbyshire County Council’s Eco Centre is the county’s hub for sustainability learning. It is the first of its kind - the only centre built by an adult community education service to promote sustainability skills anywhere in the country. The brand new, purpose built building demonstrates sustainable building ideas and techniques. Find out more about the design, materials and technologies on our website.
 
The Eco Centre is in a lovely location on the door step of both the Peak District National Park and the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage site. It is a short walk from the historic market town of Wirksworth and it shares a site with the National Stone Centre.
 
We offer a wide variety of day and weekend workshops and 5 and 10 week courses (during the day or in the evening). We also run a few longer courses where you can get a qualification in horticulture, dry stone walling or land based activities. Look on our website for our current brochure or contact us for more details.
 
You can also hire space at the centre for your own course, meeting or exhibition, or we can design learning opportunities for groups. Contact us informally to discuss your ideas and the particular needs of your group or organisation. If you are interested in crafts, conservation or climate change, or a course to help develop confidence and personal skills we can help. We have well equipped meeting and work spaces, and can offer learning in the outdoors, including a Forest Schools area.’


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Peak District Health - Bakewell Tae Kwon-Do - Bakewell
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My name is Martin Hilton (known as George) and I have been teaching Tae Kwon-Do (TKD) now for 18yrs.

I am a registered instructor with The British Tae Kwon-Do Council, a member of the TAGB (Tae Kwon-Do Association of Great Britain) which is a member of the BTC (British TKD council) which is supported by the Sports Council.  First Aid trained and qualified to teach first aid.

All staff are CRB checked.

The club has over 30 members 2/3rds of which are junior students, some juniors that have progressed in TKD now train with the seniors . Ages range from 5yrs to considerably more !

While teaching TKD I am able to pass on knowledge and the benefits of training in a Martial Art. I truly believe that training in TKD can instil in a student a sense of achievement.  Learning difficult techniques, passing grading etc can lead a student gaining confidence.

The tenets of TKD are courtesy  /  integrity  /  perseverance  /  self –control  /  indomitable spirit .
 
TKD is fun, character building, good for fitness, self defence (not just against an aggressor but also, negative thoughts !), respect, discipline and a sense of achievement !
 
TKD is truly a martial art for everyone, training at your own level in your own time.

Training nights are: - Juniors: Monday: 6.30pm-7.30pm / Adults: Monday: 7.30pm, Thursday: 7.30pm

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Peak District Food/Gifts/Cycle Hire - Hassop Station - Bakewell
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Welcome To Hassop Station


The spacious, elegant Old Station building is complemented by a large sun terrace fronting the Monsal Trail for balmy sunny days and outside dining.

We can also boast a large outdoor covered seating area with Wendy Houses to keep the little ones entertained, and any dog walkers dry!

We also offer a selection of take-away food, drinks and ice cream from our Ice Cream kiosk for you to enjoy as you explore the trail.

With a focus on food, family and fresh air, Hassop Station Cafe is very child-friendly and has disabled access, cloakroom and free wi-fi.

 

About The Cafe


Enjoy the relaxed surroundings of the old railway station here at Hassop Station Cafe.

Our  Cafe boasts several different areas inside and out.

There are many large tables inside the cafe for big groups; we also have a cosy sofa area for weary walkers.

Our function room is used daily but can be booked for special events & parties.

Outside we have a sun terrace on the old platform, overlooking the Monsal Trail, watch the world cycle by over lunch.

We have a children’s play area, Wendy houses and a large canopied seating area, with dog tethers and bowls.

 
Our delicious menu is served 362 days a year!

Click here for our menus

 

About The Book Shop


In addition to the café, the bookshop stocks an extensive range of titles including lots of local interest books, walking & cycling guides & maps.

There’s plenty for the children too, fiction and non-fiction, toys & games.

We have a great range of gardening & cookery books and a section on railway history. Browsers welcome.

We can order books at your request, usually with next day delivery to our shop for you to collect.

 

About The Gift Shop


Our popular gift shop offers an array of gifts, home accessories and cards, as well as art work by some local artists and photographers.

A wide range of greetings cards and beautiful gift wrap are also on offer.

An eclectic mix of gifts, cards & accessories with books to amuse & inspire, there's always something seasonal & special to explore in the Gift & Book shop.

See the artwork by local artists and photographers, see our large range of walking guides and maps of the Peak District. 

 

Monsal TrailCycle & eBike hire


Based at Hassop Station on the Monsal Trail, we hire a wide range of adult and kids cycles, along with eBikes, tandems and trailers.

With bike hire from only £10 per bike you could soon be experiencing the unique Monsal Trail aboard one of our quality cycles.

 

 

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Peak District Mill and Crafts – Caudwell’s Mill – Rowsley

 

Caudwell’s Mill at Rowsley is a unique, Grade II* listed historic flour mill, set in the beautiful Wye Valley in the glorious Peak District National Park, with Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and the Peak Rail Station nearby. It is situated on the A6 between Bakewell and Matlock in the village of Rowsley. The mill is powered by water from the River Wye and a mill has stood on this site for at least 400 years. The present mill was built in 1874 by John Caudwell and run as a family business for over a century.

At Caudwell’s, the grain was milled using the same process as that used at the giant modern mills which provide most of the flour for our bread today, but here production was on a scale and at a speed which was both easier to understand and which did not damage the flour.

The mill is a complete fascinating automatic “machine” on four floors and runs daily (water levels permitting), although flour is no longer milled on the premises. Most of the machinery is pre-1914 and is still driven by belts (often leather) and pulleys from line shafts. Elevators and Archimedean Screws abound.

The mill is powered by two water turbines, the larger installed in 1914 to drive the flour mill and the smaller installed in 1898, for the provender mill and which today generates electricity used at the mill.


There are numerous displays, descriptions and hands-on models throughout the mill to make your visit enjoyable and informative. It is ideal to show children those fascinating mechanical features not to be seen elsewhere and to explore how wheat is turned into flour. Pre-booked parties are welcome at any time and are guided by our knowledgeable staff who can bring out the details of the mill design. More details are available from the Mill Manager.

The Mill Shop

The mill shop sells a great range of flours supplied by carefully selected British millers. This includes :

• Strong White – Strong Wholemeal – Strong Malted Flake
• Organic Strong Wholemeal – Organic Strong White
• White Self Raising -  Plain White – Pizza Base
• French Stick – Pastry Special – 8 Grain
• Golden Brown – Multi seed and Flake – Light Rye – Dark Rye
• Gluten Free White and Brown

Other products include :

• Oatmeal – Pinhead – Medium – Fine - Groats
• Oat Flour – Spelt Flour – Barley Flour – Cornflour
• Quick Oats – Jumbo Oats – Buckwheat – Supreme Muesli

The flour and other products are available in a variety of sizes – from 1kg – 25kg bags.

Our flours are also available from many trade outlets including Chatsworth farm shop, bakery and restaurants and others throughout the county, including craft bakers, hotels, top restaurants, food halls and delicatessens – further details of which are available from the mill.

Opening Days and Times

Mill Shop: open daily between 9.00am and 5.00pm.

Mill: open for visitors from 10.00am to 4.45pm, last admission at 4.15pm. Buy tickets at the craft shop.

Closed Christmas day, Boxing day and New Year’s day bank holidays.
For detailed Christmas and New Year opening times please contact the mill on 01629 734374.

 

Free car and coach parking is available in our car park on Woodhouse Road, Rowsley.

The following bus services stop in Rowsley, near the mill

• Derby – Belper – Matlock – Bakewell (Trent)
• Nottingham – Derby – Buxton – Manchester (Transpeak)
• Sheffield – Matlock (TM Travel 214 & 215)

Other, independent attractions in the mill yard

 

Local craftsmen, a craft shop and a cafe now occupy the stables, cart sheds and stores around the courtyard

 

  Craft Centre and Cafe - caudwellscraftsandcafe.co.uk

  Glass Gallery - greenhalghglass.co.uk 
  Mill Forge - millforge.co.uk 
  Upholsterer -   A J Whiting Upholstery

  Stone Mason - R M Eaton Stonemasonry

  Wood Stop (handmade wooden gifts) – Shaun Wallis 07917770203 shaunwallis@btinternet.com 

 

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Tissington Trekking Centre is situated just north of Ashbourne in the midst of the beautiful Tissington Estate.

Run by Susan Torr and her experienced and friendly team the trekking centre caters for all abilities, offering escorted trekking and the chance to view some of Derbyshire's most stunning scenery.
 
No experience is necessary as we have a wide range of reliable, well-mannered horses allowing us to  accommodate all levels of rider.

We cater for individual riders as well as groups, hen parties, corporate days and much more.

RIDES & PRICES

The 2 hour ride takes you round Thorpe Pastures where a lot of the scenes for the recent Robin Hood movie was filmed.

Tissington Trekking Centre was also seen on Bill Bailey's Bird Watching Bonanza.

1 hour trek = £25

1 1/2 hour trek = £33

2 hour trek = £45

• Booking is necessary.
Riding hats are provided free of charge.  Please wear sensible footwear.

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Peak District Pony Trekking - Derbyshire Pony Trekking - Langwith
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With more of a personal touch, we trek at the customer's pace whether it be fast or slow!  We take out smaller groups as it allows the customers to totally relax and enjoy their trek much more.  THE BEST OFF ROAD HORSE RIDING in the Midlands!! Very safe for beginners and a dream you wouldn't believe for experienced riders! 

 

We offer TREKKING ALL YEAR AROUND even in the SNOW!

 

There are so many different routes to ride. We don't have to worry about a horse knowing where they usually canter or gallop because it’s a different ride every time with our safe trekking horses.  

 

We care that little bit more and go that extra mile at Derbyshire Pony Trekking. Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence winners for 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.

We cater for all levels of experience. If your dream is to take a steady trek through picturesque woodland or to experience adrenalin filled fast pace treks with long canters and gallops, we can fulfil all Horse Rider's dreams.

 

If you wish to have guidance and tuition along the trek then we offer a one to one instruction service. Why ride around a menage when you can learn in a real horse riding environment?

 

Experience treks through some of the most beautiful Derbyshire Countryside including Poulter Country Park, Scarcliffe Park Woods, and the quaint villages of Whaley and Elmton.

From the viewpoint on top of Poulter Country Park you can enjoy breath taking views across 4 counties of Derbyshire, Yorkshire,  Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire.  Views of the surrounding countryside to Sheffield, Newark,  Mansfield, Worksop and on a clear day over the Welbeck estate towards Lincoln Cathedral. We are within easy reach from Sherwood Forest, The Peak District & Center Parcs.

 

Look out for the Buzzards & Herons flying overhead whilst taking a trail ride around the Nature Reserve.

The Benefits of Derbyshire Pony Trekking

 

  • Complete off road riding on offer
  • All Weather riding all year round - even in the snow!
  • No experience necessary as our team are in hand to guide you
  • Disabled customers catered for
  • Treks suitable for all levels of rider available
  • Easy pricing system 
  • Corporate Team Building Days available
  • All Trek Leaders have been DBS checked

 

Age and Weight Restrictions:

 

Minimum Age restriction of 4 years old (for children with no regular riding experience we only advise a 1-hour trek)

 

Maximum weight restriction of 13 stone, please call to discuss if you have any weight limit exceptions as we may be able to accommodate you. Please note: we ask customers to be very honest about their weight, we have weighing scales on site if in doubt. 

 

 

On arrival basic tuition is given to all trekkers. If you do not have your own helmet we can provide you with a riding helmet which complies with the latest health and safety requirements. We charge £1 to hire a helmet.

 

Whatever your needs, whatever the occasion, we aim to make your time at the Derbyshire Pony Trekking Centre one to remember!!

 

Important

 

Horse riding is classified as a high-risk sport and it is advisable to seek independent personal accident insurance if so required. Although riders are covered by insurance, we (the owners) are under no legal obligation in respect of loss, damage or injury, at the same time every precaution for your welfare and safety will be taken.

 

 

 

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Peak District Riding Centres - Northfield Farm Riding Centre - Flash, Nr Buxton
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Looking for somewhere to ride in the Peak District? Then come and ride with us at Northfield Farm.


The successful riding centre was opened in 1976 by David and Liz Andrews. It is situated on the edge of Flash, England's highest village, which is  just 5 miles south of Buxton.

The rides, mostly 2 hours in length follow the old pack horse trails to such beauty spots as Three Shires Head, where the 3 county boundaries meet, (Cheshire, Staffordshire and Derbyshire). Whilst the longer rides will take you to the old market village of Longnor, now perhaps better known as Cardale from TV's Peak Practice or up over the moors for lunch at the Cat and Fiddle Inn.

Normally starting at 10.30am or 2.00pm, depending on the length, all rides are accompanied by our own very competent / qualified staff who are only too willing to help the client regardless of ability. We have a wide variety (over 30) of mostly home bred horses and ponies, which will suit all ages and standards, from the first timer to the more experienced rider.

Separate rides are available for the more competent riders, however some clients prefer to stay with less experienced friends or relatives, this is not a problem as we can split the ride half way in order to let them go for a good canter, whilst the others can watch them as they amble up a slightly shorter route.

Individuals, large and small groups are all very welcome. Our minimum age is 8 years (unless they have had previous riding lessons). Our upper weight limit is approx 18 stone. We can also cater for disabled riders but please contact us with individual requirements, subject to our own assessment.

We can provide hats up to current BSI standard which are provided free of charge, all riders must wear a hat correctly secured. Suitable footwear should be worn - ideally with a smooth sole and small heel, ( hiking boots are not suitable).

We can organise corporate days, group outings and also cater for school groups, clubs and associations such as the Scouts and Guides.

As a BHS approved centre we also meet the criteria for local Educational Authority activities. Liz Andrews holds the internationally recognised British Equestrian Tourism Certificate for holiday centre management. She is also a BHSAI and holds a current 1st Aid Certificate.

The Stables are licensed by Staffordshire Moorlands District Council.

Two-day trail ride
All trail rides are accompanied with either one or two guides, numbers on the rides vary, usually between 4 and 8
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The two-day trail ride comprises two days of riding through the beautiful Derbyshire dales, taking in the Chatsworth and Haddon Hall estates and High Peak trails. There is overnight accommodation at a guest-house in Bakewell, with breakfast included.

On arrival at Northfield (Approx 9.30am) clients are allocated their horses before horses and riders are transported to Priestcliffe, nr Taddington, where the ride starts at around 10.30am.

The route follows the old drovers' tracks down into the dramatic Monsal Dale and up the other side to Monsal Head, then through the picturesque village of Longstone and onto the old Bakewell railway line. From Bakewell station the bridleway takes us up through the woods, over the hill and into Chatsworth estate.

The lunch stop is in Endsor village - a unique hamlet!

After a good gallop through the park - which soon settles the lunch - the ride finishes in Youlgreave where the horses stay at a farm and the riders are taken for a well earned soak at their accommodation in Bakewell.

Bakewell itself has some lovely shops and a variety of bistros worth invertigating - but don't leave town without sampling the traditional Bakewell pudding!

The ride sets off on Sunday to the sound of church bells and heads up to the limestone plateau and onto the High Peak Trail. The day finishes at the farm around 4.30pm.

We have a variety of horses and usually manage to fit every one with their "type". The pace of riding is mainly walk and canter/gallop with some trotting. Riders must be capable of staying out of the saddle at canter and generally helping not hindering the horse! As the ride covers in the region of 40 miles, a reasonable degree of fitness is recommended.

The two day trail rides are available between June to September.

Suitable for both novice and experienced riders, the weekend break includes two nights self catering based at Northfield farm, with six hours riding. There is a full day ride on the Saturday with a shorter two hour ride on the Sunday. And if you don't fancy cooking, there are plenty of good pubs serving food near by!

Short breaks are available September through to May. Summer dates may be available, please contact us.


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Wild Park Derbyshire - Ashbourne
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Wild Park Derbyshire is a family run Paintballing, Laser Tag and Quad Bike Trekking venue. They have been established for over 20 years in the Peak District. They are situated in the heart of Derbyshire but only 10 minutes from the City of Derby. On arrival you will be greeted by their friendly and experienced staff, whose main priority is to ensure your safety and enjoyment.


Wild Park Derbyshire is equipped with excellent facilities including separate changing rooms with hot showers, washrooms and toilets. There is a large car park suitable for coaches.


All the latest state-of-the-art equipment for Paintballing, Laser Tag and Quad Bike Trekking is provided to make your day as safe and enjoyable as possible. Their facilities are also available for outdoor team building exercises, meetings and corporate events.



 

 

They are very fortunate to own their site and the land around them so it has been possible for them to continually reinvest in the facilities and equipment that will keep us at the top of the Paintballing, Laser Tag, Quad Biking and Quad Bike Trekking industry for many years to come.


People come from all over to visit Wild Park Derbyshire - Whether you're in Ashbourne, Birmingham, Derby, Matlock, Newark, Nottingham, the Peak District, Sheffield, and Stafford. Uttoxeter or the surrounding areas they are not too far from you. What an ideal way to spend a day whether you're on your holidays and looking for something to do or whether you are a Stag or Hen Party looking for something different. Lots of people come on their birthdays, get together with family and friends or work colleagues and come and have a great time.

 

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PaintBalling

 
Paintballing - as you crawl through the undergrowth, you hear the snap of a twig, you turn your head to find that you are ambushed by your enemies. The adrenaline rush is phenomenal, the tension unbearable, sweat pours from pores you never knew you had, one minute you are stalking, the next you are being stalked.

Paintballing, it's an adventure, it's a challenge, it's exciting, it's explosive action and above all it's great fun. As anyone who has played Paintball will tell you it is the ultimate game of excitement between two teams of players where skill, strategy and teamwork combine to make your day really memorable.

Each Paintballing Player is fully equipped with protective gear and a top of the range semi-automatic paintball marker.You will be divided into teams and after your initial safety briefing by our Paintballing Game Co-ordinator, the fun will really begin !!! The main aim is to work as a team to achieve various objectives in different scenarios by eliminating the opposition by marking them with a biodegradable gelatine paintball, which splits on impact.

You must defend towers, bases and bunkers or plan a major offensive through streams, gullies and trenches in our beautiful mature woodland site. Elimination from the Paintballing game doesn't mean an end to the action. Multiple viewing areas in safe zones assures that you will feel part of the affray, just exchange your marker for a hot drink. The safe area and Paintballing game zones at Wild Park Derbyshire have been designed to cater for all levels of Paintballer, from beginner to the most experienced. This adult activity is suitable for anyone over the age of 12 regardless of strength, fitness, age or gender. Especially stag/hen parties, clubs and works outings.

Companies and organisations find Paintballing an excellent way to build up team spirit, improve communication skills and leadership qualities in an exciting, entertaining and fun environment. Details of our specialised Paintballing Management Training courses are available on request and special Paintball Junior Packages have been put together for school outings and birthday parties.

 

Laser Tag

 


Laser Tag  is Fun for ALL the Family from 8 years of age. It is similar to Paintball but Laser Tag is something different that all the Family can join in with where you can experience the thrill, adventure and adrenalin associated with Paintballing but without any of the risks.At Wild Park Derbyshire they use state of the art laser beam technology and you can play out all your action and adventure in our action packed Game Zones.

The great thing about Laser Tag is that there are no additional costs involved. All players get multiple lives and all the ammunition is included in the entry cost. Due to the safety of this sport they are able to offer Laser Tag from 8 years upwards. There are no projectiles so no risk of impact or bruising and there's no messy paintballs, but you still get all of the excitement.

 

 

Quad Biking

 

Wild Park Derbyshire is a centre of excellence for Quad Bike Trekking ! They are an “Extreme” Quad Bike trekking centre, whether you are an experienced Quad Bike Off roader or a Quad Bike first timer Wild Park is the place for you. There is no other venue like us in the UK. Our very experienced guide riders will astound you by what level of riding they get you to achieve in just one session. Their 330cc Polaris Trail Blazer Quad Bikes they use at Wild Park are one of the most advanced and easy to use designs available. You just get on and ride - it’s as simple as that!! The forward gear is variable speed, so no changing gear and the speed is controlled by a thumb throttle. The other control is the BRAKE!!!


Conference Centre/Team Meetings/ Business Events


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Brailsford Conference Centre.... "bespoke and state of the art"
Situated only ten minutes from Derby City Centre and with exceptional links to the motorway network, The Brailsford Conference Centre is only two and a half hours from London and is ideally placed to cater for any business. With a wide range of hotels nearby, accommodation can easily be arranged.


Their state of the art conference facility is designed to suit all requirements from team building exercises to conferences with seating for up to 100 delegates. The Brailsford Conference Centre can also be used for a wide range of other events such as product launches, networking events and even board meetings.


With digital projection and wi-fi systems designed into the suite, you can be assured that you will be able to put your message across to your delegates however you want, be it a power point presentation or white board. They have full catering facilities available with varied menus using locally sourced succulent ingredients (what else would you expect from a family business with its roots in farming!). With stunning views over the Derbyshire counytryside our lounge area is the perfect place to relax with tea and coffee between meetings.


What is unique about The Brailsford Conference Centre are the additional activities They can offer all of which are on the one site so you don't have to travel from one place to another. As well as Paintballing, Laser Tag and Quad Bike Trekking we also do Orienteering, Archery, Blindfold Driving and Conflict Management. Virtually any activity can be arranged.


Their Facilities
• 150 acre venue where we run Paintballing, Laser Tag, Quad Bike Trekking and Conference Facilities as well as providing additional activities such as Orienteering, Archery, Blindfold Driving and Conflict Management.
• Secure Safe Car Park with Security Cameras.
• Hard Standing suitable for Coaches.
• Fully undercover reception area with sports centre standard showers and flush toilets.
• We have separate changing rooms and separate hot showers, 4 showers for the men and 2 for the ladies, so you don’t have to drive home (or after a stag or hen party go into town) looking dirty and wet!!
• Onsite laundry to provide fresh clean kit.
• Free Internet Wi-Fi
• Fully enclosed purpose built log cabin which can accommodate upto 250 people which has a fully functional kitchen, hot & cold running water, and modern flush toilets. This facility is next to our Paintballing and Laser Tag Game Zones.
• Our state of the art conference facility is designed to suit all requirements from team building exercises to conferences with seating for up to 100 delegates. The Brailsford Conference Centre can also be used for a wide range of other events such as product launches, networking events and even board meetings.
• Our highly trained and motivated staff are here to ensure you and your guests have the best possible experience.
• The Paintball and Laser Tag game zones are superb. We have an old wood with streams, ponds and ravines to make your day truly memorable. We encourage tactical manoeuvres rather that just blasting paint at each other. Pride of place is still the 30 foot Tower in Death Valley.

 

Other Activities at Wild Park Derbyshire

 

Archery

 
A great way to let off some steam and it also improves your hand eye coordination, we have various weight and size bows to cater for every requirement. They can run either a formal points competition for your team or just informal sessions where you can perfect your Robin Hood impressions! Fully supervised and using only the latest and best equipment you can be assured of a great time.

 

Blindfold driving

 

As a blindfold driver you will have no knowledge of whether the vehicle is moving or not, you only have your navigators word for it. As the navigator you will need to master the art of verbal communication, and have the ability to guide your driver safely around the course.  Blindfold driving is perhaps the ultimate test of trust in ones friends and colleagues.


Pistol Shooting

Pistol shooting is an adrenaline filled fun activity perfect for everyone, holiday treats, corporate groups, birthday parties, team building activities, stag and hen parties or a social group / family day out. Wild Park is situated in the Midlands in Derbyshire just outside of the Peak District.

Have you got what it takes to hit the target? A steady hand, and a good eye helps but Pistol shooting is suitable for complete beginners. Come and try our Smith & Wesson Mod. 586 .177 Air Pistols with a 10 round magazine.


Crossbow Shooting

If you love archery and pistol shooting, you’re really going to love Crossbow shooting! Just like Archery, you’ll need a steady hand and a good eye; Crossbows at Wild Park are perfect for everyone including complete beginners, you don’t all have to be as good as William Tell!


 

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Peak District Things To Do - Blue Mountain Activities - Chesterfield
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Blue Mountain Activities

The Derbyshire Peak District is a fantastic area for outdoor adventure activities, with rolling hills and moorland, together with fast flowing rivers through spectacular limestone gorges. The Peak District is centrally located in the UK with good motorway access.

Whether Rock Climbing in stunning and picturesque surroundings, at a ‘classic’ venue for example, Stanage Edge, or a Canoe descent of an exciting white water rapid on the River Derwent at Matlock or exploring the spectacular world underground in a natural cave, or jumping into a plunge pool as part of a Gorge Scramble.

Your next adventure starts here with Blue Mountain Activities.

Choose from a wide and varied choice of fun and exciting adventure activities to include;

Rock Scrambling, Rock Climbing, Abseiling, Open Canoeing, Kayaking, Raft Building, Gorge Scrambling, Caving, Mine Exploration, Orienteering, Adventure Day, Team Building activities, Mountaineering, Problem Solving team building activities, Navigation, Adventure Treasure Hunt, High Ropes.

Suitable as part of a special event for Stag and Hen groups, groups of friends, 30th 40th 50th Birthdays, Corporate groups for team building or ‘away day’ activities, school groups, youth groups and family groups.

All our activities take place in picturesque locations in the Derbyshire Peak District in the Matlock, Bakewell and Hathersage areas.

We offer individually tailored adventure activities that are fun, exciting and memorable, which are suitable for all ages and experience.

Try either one activity for the day or you may wish to combine two activities.

For more details contact Blue Mountain Activities on 01246 231767

or 078127 38402 or complete an Enquiry Form on Contact Us and one of our staff will get back to you as soon as possible.

Available throughout the year January – December – 7 days a week, Monday – Friday, Saturday and Sunday 9am – 4pm.




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The Original Blue John Cavern , Craft Shop and Cafe- Castleton
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The Blue John Cavern in the Peak District is a series of caverns considered to be the finest range in Great Britain.
 
Our Cavern Tours are of immense educational interest showing clearly how the caverns are formed in limestone strata and how the limestone itself had much earlier been formed by the deposits on the floors of great oceans which have long since receded, as the fossilised remains of marine animals now show.
 
The Cavern is well illuminated by electric lighting. Very comprehensive planning was necessary here to ensure that the whole project was complementary to the caverns as a whole. Without appearing to intrude or commercialise the caverns in any way. 
 
It has been suggested that the Blue John Cavern is the finest that can been seen by the general public in Western Europe.
 
We also have a craft shop with a wide variety of Blue John Jewellery set in silver and gold, alongside Blue John Ornaments such as bowls, eggs, and goblets.

 

BLUE JOHN CAFE NOW OPEN

HAVE A BITE TO EAT AT THE SAME TIME AS TAKING IN THE SCENERY

Serving hot and cold food and drinks, home made cakes and much more! Dog friendly!

Visit our Facebook page Blue John Cafe for more info.

 

 
The Blue John Cavern In Derbyshire
 
Blue John is Britains rarest mineral first discoverd at Castleton by the Romans almost 2000 years ago. And are the worlds only known deposits of this extremely rare and beautiful stone.
 
During excavations at Pompeii two vases of Blue John Stone were supposedly unearthed, evidence therefore that the Romans not only discovered the stone but also appreciated it for its ornamental value.
 
The Blue John Cavern is home to 8 of the 14 known veins of this beautiful mineral.
 
Geology And Mineralogy
 
Blue John Stone is the most prized ornamental variety of Fluor-Spar (Calcium Fluoride). Differing from any other fluor-spars in that it has definite banded veins of colour running through it.
 
Quality stone is found in veins of some three inches in thickness on average. Or in nodular forms lining the inner walls of cavities in the carboniferous Limestone o f just one hill to the west of Castleton Village.
 
Nodules are spherical "fungus-like" growths, composed of concentric bands of blue, purple and white or yellow fluorite, radiating from a central focal point. Massive varieties are seen to be composed of interpenetrating cubic crystals.
 
It has been seen that certain specimens will show signs of fluorescence on exposure to ultra-violet light, but this is the exception rather than the rule.
 
The Mining Of Blue John Stone
 
Mining is essentially done by hand. Blasting is resorted to only very occasionally in special circumstances, as the shock can disturb the crystalline structure and render the stone incapable of being worked. Blasting can shock the characteristic colouring and banding out of the stone and render the fluor-spar an off-white opaque colour. Even if the crystalline structure is still sound the discoloured material is worthless.
 
When the Blue John occurs in nodules it is relatively easy to dislodge the fungus like formation with hammer and chisel and crowbars but great care is required to remove the nodules without damaging them. These nodules are not easily recognisable to any but the most experienced as they are normally completely buried in clay. The miners recognise a lump of Blue John by its weight. It is the nodules that are greatly prized as the configuration is in concentric bands.
 
Often the Fluor-spar occurs in ganges, or veins surrounded by limestone needing a more complex process to remove them. The extremities are sought and with a crow bar and chisel the miners cuts a deep ledge above the entire deposit. however the depth of the hole is pure guess work as the miners don't know the depth of the deposit The ledges are extended downwards at the lateral extremities to a suitable bedding plane beneath the fluorite. The final phase in the mining known as "lifting". Wedges and crowbars are carefully driven into the bedding plane beneath the deposit. The entire piece is lifted out, all excess material is carefully removed and the true size of the find is only then discovered.
 
The cavern guides do the Mining and cavern maintenance during the winter months. Craftmen spend the year at our workshop in Castleton making the jewellery.

Opening Times

 
We are open every day except Christmas day and New Years Day (weather permitting)
 
9.30 - 5.30 Summer
9.30 - Dusk Winter

 

The last tour goes between 3.45p.m and 4.30p.m depending on how busy we are. Any queries please contact on the day for the timing of the last tour.  Sensible footwear is advisable for this attraction.

 

Please kindly phone  on day of visit to check opening / closing times .


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Carsington Sports and Leisure - Ashbourne
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http://www.peakdistrictonline.co.uk/images/cwl-windsurfing.jpgCarsington Sports and Leisure have been providing training courses for professionals and amateur enthusiasts for many years in water based activities.

The activities they offer include:

Sailing
Windsurfing
Kayak & Canoeing
Powerboating
Mountain Biking
Climbing
Fishing
Youth Activities
Orienteering
Courses
Corporate Events
Kids Activity Days
Peddle and Paddle Days

Youth Courses

They offer training in a wide variety of disciplines, using a diverse fleet of modern equipment. The centre is a Royal Yachting Association (R.Y.A.) recognised training centre, and also a British Canoe Union (B.C.U.) approved centre. This means that all equipment reaches a high standard, and that all training at the centre is conducted by qualified instructors.

They regularly run R.Y.A. Sailing, Windsurfing and Powerboat courses, in addition to these they also provide British Canoe Union B.C.U. Kayaking courses. The courses run throughout the year to take advantage of the variety of conditions that Carsington Water provides. The Water Sports and Cycle Hire Centre at Carsington Water is run by Carsington Sports and Leisure Ltd. The company was formed in 1992 by local water sports and cycling enthusiasts. They opened the centre in July 1992, when Severn Trent first filled the reservoir. They offer services ranging from hire and basic tuition for absolute beginners through to training courses for experts and instructors.

Opening Times

Winter - 9.30am to 4pm (off Water)
Summer - 9.30am to 6.00pm (off water)

people learn new activities and skills. All of their instructors are professionals, qualified by the governing bodies for their sports (e.g. RYA, BCU).

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Come and try a variety of watersports & landbased activities. All activities are designed for total beginners from 8 - 15yrs of age.

The Multi Activity Days cost £60 per child per day. They will run on a Monday and/or Tuesday throughout the school summer holidays. The children can be dropped off at the centre from 10am and the first session will begin at 10.30, you will need to collect them by 4pm.

Each day will comprise of three activity disciplines, activities may include

Dinghy sailing - windsurfing - catamaran sailing - kayaking - canoeing - raft
building - bellboating - orienteering - surf skis - mountain biking

Pedal & Paddle Days

As the title suggests this activity day will comprise of a cycle ride around our picturesque reservior, with a stop for lunch before returning to the centre for an afternoon on the water.

Water activities may include kayaking, canoeing, sit ontops, bell boating or raft building.
The activitities wil depend on weather conditions and group size.

Dates are on the website.

To book your place or to find out further information please contact the waterpsorts centre.

Bookings are taken by telephone or email. Payment will be asked for upon booking. You will be entitled to a 10% discount for 2 or more places booked.

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Look at the website for dates available for this year

Due to the increase of popularity of the Youth BCU and RYA courses we have put together a comprehensive course programme for juniors over Thurdays and Fridays of the school holidays. The
dates of the youth courses can be found by clicking on the course date link above.

For any enquiries or bookings please contact us at enquiries@carsingtonwater.com or give us a call on 01629 540478

Kedleston Hall
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Spectacular 18th-century mansion with Adam interiors and parkland

Take a trip back in time to the 1760s at this spectacular Neo-classical mansion framed by historic parkland.

Designed for lavish entertaining and displaying an extensive collection of paintings, sculpture and original furnishings, Kedleston is a stunning example of the work of architect Robert Adam.

The Curzon family have lived here since the 12th-century and continue to live at the Hall. Lord Curzon's Eastern Museum is a treasure trove of fascinating objects acquired on his travels in Asia and while Viceroy of India (1899 to 1905).

The Hall was used as a key location for 'The Duchess', the Hollywood blockbuster staring Keira Knightley.

Take a walk through the 820 acres of Parkland and enjoy learning its history.  Visit inside the beautiful Kedleston Hall and learn the history of the house and its families.

Complete loads of activities in the park at Kedleston for the National Trust’s 50 things to do before you’re 11¾ campaign.

Check the website for events at Kedleston Hall.

Please visit the website for opening times: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/kedleston-hall/

Whole property


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Child

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Family

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Peak District Cycling - Blackwell Mill Cycle Hire and Tuck Shop - Monsal Trail near Buxton and Bakewell.
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BEST CYCLE HIRE PRICES ON THE MONSAL TRAIL.

Electric Bikes now available to hire .

The Monsal trail is the disused Midland railway line that was closed in 1968 & then recently converted in 2010-2011 into a new cycle track, allowing people to cycle from Blackwell Mill, Nr. Buxton to Bakewell. The eight & half miles follows the river Wye & takes you through several newly opened lit tunnels, between magnificent steep gorges, surrounding limestone hills & across the spectacular Monsal Dale viaduct making this an exceptional cycling experience.

Discover along the way the stepping stones & natural springs, lime-kilns & the old station at Millers Dale built in 1863 where the hustle & bustle of the past are but a distant memory. Spot the cotton mills of Litton & Cressbrook built in the 18th century, here the force of the river Wye was used to power the waterwheels of the mills.

Stop & look down to see the waterfall at water Cum-Jolly, unseen from this view point for over forty years. Cycle on to Hassop Station, where you can enjoy a welcome break at the book store & restaurant.

Then cycling onto the famous Market town of Bakewell where you will find designated bike racks to allow you to park your bike & browse. On your return rest & relax before going home at Blackwell Mills very own Lazy Days Tuck shop where you can indulge yourself with refreshments of Coffee, cake & confectioneries.

BIKE HIRE
We have a range of bikes to suit all sizes:
Helmets Provided free of charge
Baby seats available
Trail-a-Bikes coming soon
Contact us for more details

Booking in Advance is not necessary but would secure your seat , one price all day .

Adults: £15.00 ( all adult bikes now upgraded to gel seats)
Child : £8.50

Electric bikes £25

2 seater child trailer £10

Single Seat Woohoo Trailers £10

Doggy Trailer £8.50

Tag alongs £8.50

To Hire a Bike
You will need proof of identity
Cash or Debit Card.


Advance booking by phone only not E- mail

 

Opening Times

 
We will be open seven days a week from Saturday 3RD March  to November (9.30am-5.00pm).


TUCK SHOP
Lazy Days Tuck Shop has been a family run business for the past twelve years, run from the garden premises of No.8 Blackwell Mill Cottages, serving a welcome break to many a grateful walker whilst ambling through the great outdoors of the Peak Dales.

The Tuck Shop has now moved premises & has been incorporated into the new Cycle Hire Centre across the way, serving Tea, Coffee & confectioneries in the outdoor seating area.

HOW TO FIND US

FOR SAT NAV'S PLEASE USE SK17 9TE.

Alternative access can also be approached on foot along the bridleways of the nearby Beech Croft camp-site & from the above Topley Pike lay-by on the A6.

There is a bus stop at the Wye dale car park, providing a viable car free alternative to visitors. For public transport information please contact Buxton Tourist information on 01298 25106.

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Treasure hunt peak district peaksgo

 

So, you want to go out into the Peak District for an adventure and you don’t know where to begin.  Why not opt for a treasure hunt with the experts?


peaksGO organises private and corporate treasure hunts in and around the Peak District National Park.  Set in some of the country’s most outstanding locations and hidden places, peaksGO will take you back to a simpler time, when all you needed was a treasure map and a sense of adventure.  The founders of peaksGO have spent over a decade exploring the Peak District to uncover every one of its unique and magical locations that you may never knew existed.


Treasure hunts arranged by peaksGO vary hugely from simple family hunts and birthday parties to huge corporate team building days with up to 100 members of staff at any one time.  It all depends on what you want to get from your day of treasure hunting and where you want the hunt to take place.


Armed with your personalised map and clues to the whereabouts of your treasure you will find a day out on a treasure hunt ignites a sense of adventure that you may never knew existed. peaksGO works closely with Mental Health charities and Autism East Midlands, focusing heavily on helping to reduce stress related illnesses through outdoors adventures, fun and a plenty of exercise.  


Peak District Attractions - Treak Cliff Cavern - Castleton
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Enter an Ancient Underground Wonderland in the Heart of the Peak District National Park.

Your guide will explain how miners in the 1750's constructed a tunnel using only hand tools to reach the Blue John Stone deposits inside the hill. You will see veins of Blue John Stone across the cave roof, and 'The Pillar', the largest piece ever found. Your guide will point out fossils in the limestone rock which formed the hillside above you 330 million years ago.

You enter the mysterious Witch's Cave where even richer deposits of Blue John Stone are revealed. The guided tour descends even deeper into the hill where you will experience the wonder of underground limestone cave formations. Multi-coloured flowstone adorns the walls of Aladdin's Cave. Stalactites and stalagmites decorate Fairyland and the Dream Cave. The most famous formation is 'The Stork', standing on one leg!

During your tour the guide will explain where Blue John Stone came from, how rushing water made the Treak Cliff caverns, and how stalactites are formed. Back on the outside, you can enjoy tea and coffee made from water collected inside the cavern, or browse in our shop where there is a selection of jewellery and ornaments made from Blue John Stone.

 

 

 

Prices Of Admission 2018
Adults £9.95 

Children (5 to 15 Yrs) £5.30 

Under 5's are free 

Discounted Prices are as Follows: 

Family (2 Adults & 2 Children £27.50 (extra children £5.00 each)

Senior Citizen (in receipt of state pension) £8.95

Student and YHA members (with card) £8.95
Student 16 to 18 YRS inclusive (6th form level) £7.35

group rates:  

Adult group rate £8.50 (minimum 10 people) 

Child Group Rate: Primary School £4.95, Secondary School £5.00

6th Form 16-18 £7.00, Students 18-21 £7.50 

Special Needs Adults and Carers £6.00 each 

2017 Christmas Carols: Adults £12.00 , Child £6.00, under 5's are free (tickets on sale from September 1st 2018)

Dogs are welcome on a lead.  

photography allowed.

All tours are guided and last approx 40mins

minimum 2 persons per tour

 

Treak Cliff Cavern is of international fame and geological importance. It has been a designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest for many years and by agreement with English Nature all the Blue John Stone deposits on the visitor route are preserved. However, Blue John Stone is regularly mined in Treak Cliff Cavern, from areas not seen by visitors. This is then crafted into fine jewellery, small bowls, ornaments and other decorative items.

GIFT SHOP
Blue John Gems on Cross Street in Castleton stocks a wide range of Blue John Jewellery, ornaments and general giftware. Our Blue John is mined and turned at Treak Cliff Cavern.

For Further Information please contact us on 01433 620519 or visit our website

BIRTHDAY PARTIES
Looking for somewhere different for your child’s birthday party?  Here at Treak Cliff Cavern we have just what you looking for.
The Package Includes; A tour of the Cavern, Party bags, Decorated party room and Polish your own Blue John Stone activity.

Prices
Children - £7.00 per child
Adults - £3.50 per adult
SPECIAL OFFER -  1 Adult free with every 10 children

Advance booking is essential – visit the Treak Cliff Cavern website or call 01433 621 487 to check availability



Polish Your Own Blue John Stone 
Saturday 14th July to Sunday 9th September 2018
Saturday 27th October to Sunday 5th November 2018

 

 

Carols By Candlelight!
a festive singalong underground

Dates:  
Saturday 8th December 2018
Sunday 9th December 2018
Saturday 15th December 2018
Sunday 16th December 2018
Saturday 22nd December 2018
Sunday 23rd December 2018

Prices for Carols by Candlelight 2018 :
Adults  £12.00
Children £6.00
under 5s free

All Carol events are at 2.00pm and last for approx 1
hour with free mulled wine and mince pie afterwards. 
soft drinks and biscuits also available if prefered.
A guided tour and a present for younger ones from Santa are
also included in the ticket price.

For tickets and information please call
01433 620 534

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Peak District Play Venues - The Play Mill Children's Indoor Play - Bonsall nr Matlock
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With more than 25 years of childminding experience, Di and Jane provide a safe and exciting place for children to play.

We have plenty of free parking and are within easy reach of Matlock, Wirksworth, Darley Dale and Bakewell and regularly have visitors from Chesterfield, Derby and Buxton.

We have a 5* Food Hygene Rating.

You can now follow us on Facebook.

Opening Times:
10am - 6pm daily EXCEPT Friday which is 10am - 4pm.

Admission Prices
ages 1-9 £4.00
under 1 year 50p

Food
Hot and cold food is available all day - homemade cakes and soup - see our website for more details.

Playmill Activities include:

A climbing frame with a twin lane bumpy slide
A super large sandpit with diggers and sand toys
Sit and ride toys of all sizes
An enclosed area for babies and children under 3 years of age

"there are newspapers and magazines and no music - a wonderful place to bring the kids."

"the food is very good too if you want to stay for a meal"

Just a few of the comments from satisfied customers

Parties
Two hour party packages from £7.95 per child.

Includes
• Invitations
Time for play before eating
Choice of hot or cold food
New breakfast food option
Unlimited supply of squash
Ice cream desert with toppings
A party bag containing
  Chocolate, sweets or fruit
  A novelty toy
  A helium balloon
   
Special diets catered for.
Reserved table for family members


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Matlock Meadows Ice Cream Parlour - Matlock
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Welcome to Matlock Meadows Ice Cream Parlour, Coffee shop and Dairy Farm.

 

Welcome to Matlock Meadows Ice Cream Parlour, coffee shop and working dairy farm. Visit our purpose built Ice Cream Parlour, which is tucked away in the heart of the Derbyshire Dales countryside. You can sit in the Ice Cream Parlour and enjoy our real dairy ice cream freshly made on the farm, using the quality farm assured milk from our own cows, which you may see grazing in the nearby fields. Our ice cream is all hand made using the freshest locally sourced ingredients wherever possible and is available in a range of delicious flavours. Our friendly staff serve a selection of award winning Novus loose leaf Teas, freshly ground coffees and proper hot chocolate, also a selection of home made light lunches and afternoon teas

Within the ice cream parlour we have a selection of local produce, giftware, books and toys including Tractor Ted books and DVD’s

 

Matlock meadows are CEVAS accredited and are able to accommodate government funded school visits. We have a function room available to hire and can cater for your requirements – please email, ring or pop in for further details.

Our Ice Cream Parlour/coffee shop is a farm diversification project and is located within our real working dairy farm. (Please note that we are not a petting farm) Our facilities include an outside play area, a classroom/meeting room, toddler soft play area, pedal tractors, toilets with baby changing and disabled facilities, free on site parking. Patrons of the coffee shop/ice cream parlour are welcome to use the facilities and access to the animals free of charge however as we rely on the income generated from the coffee shop sales we only allow food and drink purchased on the premises to be consumed on site.

THE BUTCHER, THE BAKER,

THE ICE CREAM MAKER

ARTISAN FOOD & FARMERS MARKET

WHEN…    3RD SATURDAY OF THE MONTH

WHERE…  MATLOCK MEADOWS

TIME…      11AM – 4PM

COMMENCING OCTOBER 20TH

STALLS INCLUDE:-

  • COATES BUTCHER 
  • ALDWARK ALES
  • ASHBOURNE BAKEHOUSE
  • STAFFORDSHIRE CHEESE
  • RATE GOOD BROWNIES
  • RIPLEY DELI
  • PILSLEY JAMS
  • CUP AND SAUCER

 

  • AND MANY MORE…… 

 

 


FARM SAFETY – we are a real working dairy farm so we politely ask parents/adults to supervise the people in their care at all times. Hand hygiene is very important on open farms due to the risk of e-coli therefore we pride ourselves on having good handwashing facilities - it is essential that visitors  wash their hands after touching any animals or the animal housing, after changing footwear and before entering the coffee shop – also please note that hand gels are ineffective against the spread of e-coli, thorough handwashing with warm water and soap are the most effective.

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Peak District Activities - Matlock Farm Park - Matlock
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Matlock Farm Park is a family friendly open farm providing a great day out for all the family. The park has a wide selection of animals to see including llamas, meerkats, goats, chickens, ducks, alpacas, peacocks and red deer to name but a few.

The pet rabbits are always a favourite with the children as is the opportunity to feed the young lambs (seasonable).  Children will learn about the countryside, experience the many joys of the farm and have tremendous fun as they do so.

There are specially designed playgrounds and even a go-kart track for the kids, adults have plenty of places to relax too should they wish.

Special events are held throughout the year, please visit the website for details.
Group party bookings and children’s birthday parties are also catered for; please see the booking page for details.

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 10am – 4:30pm. The park will be closed Christmas Day and several other days throughout the winter months; please check the website before you travel.


The Garden Room Cafe
Whenever you come to Matlock Farm Park, you can always be sure of a good supply of food, we provide hot and cold drinks as well as cooked to order hot meals, salads and snacks, home baked cakes and more in our new licensed cafe.
For those really hot summer days there’s also a range of ice-creams for sale which are guaranteed to cool you down and to keep the children quiet.
We also have a small gift shop which sells  farm merchandise and all sorts of popular and interesting kid’s toys including play sets, tractors and sticker books all at reasonable prices.

Facilities

  • Large car park
  •  Coach parking
  •  Disabled access
  • Disabled toilets
  • Disabled parking
  • Picnic areas
  • Animal petting
  • Go-Kart track
  • Animal feeding
  • Birthday parties catered for
  • School parties welcome
  • Season tickets available
  • Horse and Pony riding
  • Guided tours
  • Adventure playground
  • Totts Area
  • Bouncy Castle

 

Admission
Adult - £6.50
Child (3-14yrs) - £5.50
Child (2 & under) - Free
OAP Concession - £5.50
Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) - £22.50
Bag of animal feed - £1.00
School/Groups - £5.00 each
Children's parties from £10 per head (different rates available).
Pony rides in the Farm Park (when available) - £2.00 each
Horse riding /trekking available - £25 per hour (booking essential) 

For school and group bookings please contact lotty@matlockfarmpark.com


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