Browsing local attractions within 10 miles of Teversal Camping & Caravanning Club Site
Church of St Mary and All Saints, Church Way, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S40 1XJ, (8 miles, 13kms), 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.
4 Highwood Way, Barlborough Links, Chesterfield, S43 4XN, (9 miles, 14kms), Tel: 01246 571650, Email, www.dobbies.com/find-a-garden-centre/chesterfield/
Dobbies is a very impressive Garden Centre offering great days out. It has a retail gallery with 13 dedicated retail units and 2 kiosks.
Until 1934, Limb Brook in Dore marked the dividing line between Yorkshire and Derbyshire, with the village on the Derbyshire side. Today, Dore is in South Yorkshire, but holds onto elements of its Derbyshire character, like well dressing.
The place name Dronfield Woodhouse suggests that the village began on land cleared of trees. The village's earliest building is Cowley Farm, which dates to the 11th Century. Today, the village is an outlying part of Dronfield.
Mansfield Road, South Normanton, Derbyshire, DE55 2JW, (3 miles, 5kms), Tel: +44 (0) 1773 545 000, Email, www.mcarthurglen.com/uk/east-midlands-designer-outlet/en/contact/contact-details/
For the ultimate shopping experience spend a day at the East Midlands Designer Outlet with over 70 stores to browse, just off junction 28 of the M1. With up to 50% off designer and high street brands there's something for everyone.
Grassmoor owes its existence to the rich seams of coal which it stands on. As far back as Roman times, coal was taken from those seams which lay close to the surface but, after the Industrial Revolution, deeper mine workings were sunk.
Green and Benz stock the designs of leading European designers, such as Niessing and celebrity designers Fei Liu and Sarah Ho. Their range of modern platinum rings represent the finest in contemporary jewellery.
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.
Doe Lea, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S44 5QJ, (2 miles, 2kms), Tel: 01246 850431, www.english-heritage.org.uk/hardwickoldhall
This large ruined house was completed in 1591 and was one of the greatest Elizabethan mansions of its time. The owner, Bess of Hardwick, built this stately home on the foundations of an earlier building owned by the Hardwick family.
Situated on the main road going through Staveley, this magnificant Centre provides Chesterfield with a top class venue for health improvement and sport and leisure opportunities.
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, which is available for hire.
Holymoorside, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S42 7EJ, (8 miles, 13kms), Tel: 01246 345777/8, Email, www.hidden-gems.org.uk/hidden-gems/holymoorside-trail
Holymoorside is framed by the purple moorlands of the Peak District National Park and yet is just a few minutes' drive from Chesterfield. Now a peaceful village, 100 years ago it was very different, the village was a hive of industry.
This Indian restaurant is on the edge of Chesterfield town centre, near the Crooked Spire Church and just across from the Pomegranate Theatre. It offers great food and drink in a warm and friendly atmosphere.
Discover this hidden gem in the historic town of Chesterfield. Whether you're dashing in to use our internet facilities, lounging on a sofa upstairs with a friend or two, or having a second of 'you' time with a newspaper and a cappuccino.
With a bustling Thursday market, Killamarsh lies just to the south of the 750 acre Rother Valley Country Park. The town makes a good starting point to explore the Southern Spur of the Trans Pennine Trail to Chesterfield.
Koo Coffee and Deli is situated on Chatsworth Road in Chesterfield. This family-run cafe offers people a chilled out and relaxed atmosphere and was awarded 'highly commended' at the Derbyshire Food and Drink Awards 2011.