One of the prettiest villages in Derbyshire with a 15th Century church. Ashover is home to a couple of ghosts, including the Laughing Cavalier who haunts the Black Swan. It's said that arrows for the Battle of Agincourt were made here!
The Roundhouse was built in 1870 as a maintenance centre for steam locomotives. The name comes from the conical roofs they once had. Today, it is the only operational Roundhouse in Britian with one of the largest collections of trains.
4 Station Road, Bolsover, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S44 6BE, Tel: 01246 828691, www.beanscoffeeshopgallery.co.uk
At Beans Coffee Shop Gallery you can sit and drink a coffee, have a bite to eat, listen to some music, check out the work of local artists and craftspeople, and create your own masterpieces.
A romantic residence built by Sir Charles Cavendish in 1612 and completed by his son William. Marvel at the outstanding craftsmanship everywhere - the rich panelling, elaborate fireplaces and painted ceilings.
A historic market town famous for the Crooked Spire Church of Saint Mary and All Saints. Markets are held every Monday, Friday and Saturday with a flea market held every Thursday and a farmers market on the 2nd Thursday of every month.
An area nestled between the Peak District and Robin Hood Country, where the town meets the countryside, where tracks and trails lead through sleepy villages, around meadows and moorland and into rippling river valleys.
Chesterfield Canal was surveyed by James Brindley and opened in 1777 to link Chesterfield to the River Trent at West Stockwith. For its time it was a magnificent engineering achievement, covering 46 miles and including a 2,880 yard tunnel.
Established in 1926 as Chesterfield Miners Welfare and now known as Club Chesterfield, we provide great facilities for the people of Chesterfield. We are the home of both Chesterfield Folk Club and Chesterfield Jazz Club.
Coal Aston is now almost part of the larger town of Dronfield. The village sits on a ridge overlooking Sheffield and Dronfield, bounded on the south by Frith Wood. This ancient wood shows evidence of coppicing carried out generations ago.
Creswell Crags is a world famous archaeological site, home to Britain's only known Ice Age cave art. A new Visitor Centre opened in June 2009 providing a wide range of activities and something for everyone of all ages.
Church of St Mary and All Saints, Church Way, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S40 1XJ, Tel: 01246 206506, www.chesterfieldparishchurch.org.uk
St Mary and All Saints, the Crooked Spire Church, was built in the late 13th Century and finished around 1360. It's the largest church in Derbyshire. The Spire stands 228 feet high and leans 9 feet 5 inches from its true centre.
Owned by the National Trust the Estate includes Hardwick Hall, Stainsby Mill and a Park. The Hall is one of Britain's greatest Elizabethan houses, the water-powered Mill is fully functioning, the Park has a fishing lake and circular walks.
A pretty, almost 'quaint' village which looks out over the Vale of Scarsdale and is close to Hardwick Hall, Heath deserves its official designation as a Conservation Area. Despite the M1 that's nearby, Heath stil has a sleepy atmosphere.
Hollingwood Hub houses the offices of the Canal Trust in the old Hollingwood Lock House and also includes Nona's Coffee Shop and a Meeting Room. The Trust is gradually developing a garden along with local people and schools.