Browsing local attractions within 10 miles of Ainmoor Grange
1866 Sheffield Road, Whittington Moor, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S41 8NZ, Tel: 01246 209765, www.chesterfield-fc.co.uk, (8 miles, 13kms)
Located in the centre of the country with excellent road, rail and air links, the Proact stadium (opened in summer 2010), the home of Chesterfield Football Club, is North Derbyshire's premier venue for all occasions business or pleasure.
To market to market, to buy ... you'll be surprised at what you can buy at Chesterfield Market, it's just a matter of finding it among the many stalls at one of the biggest open air markets in the country.
The Museum tells the Story of Chesterfield, from its Roman origins to its growth as a market town and up to the present day. It has a changing programme of temporary exhibitions and events.
This recently refurbished, purpose built Visitor Information Centre provides information on Chesterfield, Derbyshire and the UK. Services on offer include accommodation booking, local theatre tickets and National Express coach tickets..
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.
26-28 Corporation Street, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S41 7TP, Tel: 01246 200933, www.cocobarbistro.co.uk, (7 miles, 11kms)
Coco Bar Bistro is Chesterfield's brand new modern tapas bar and bistro, serving British food with a twist plus craft beers from around the world and an amazing selection of wines that have been hand picked to compliment our unique menus.
10 Cavendish Walk, Bolsover, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S44 6DB, Tel: 01246 825235, www.facebook.com/courtyardkitchenbolsover, (8 miles, 13kms)
Cafe set in a quiet courtyard with alfresco dining area. All food is home cooked and freshly prepared to order.
Church of St Mary and All Saints, Church Way, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S40 1XJ, Tel: 01246 206506, www.chesterfieldparishchurch.org.uk, (7 miles, 11kms)
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.
We deliver outdoor adventurous activities including climbing, abseiling, mountain bike skills courses, NNAAS bronze & silver navigation courses and teambuilding events or even family activity holidays
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.