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We are passionate about Derbyshire & The Peak District and want to share with you our knowledge of places to visit to ensure that you experience the best of what Yorkshire has to offer.

Whether you are visiting for a day, a weekend break or longer you will find extensive information about places to visit, activities and where the best places are to eat.

The attractions within this folder are just a sample of what's on offer so take a look at the local Tourist Information Centres listed on the back which are brimming with information and run by friendly staff who are there to help you. We hope you enjoy your stay in Derbyshire. When you are planning to return, please take a look at our website at www.visityorkshire.co.uk which has a range of interesting features to enhance your next visit to Derbyshire & The Peak District.

BE INSPIRED BY DERBYSHIRE & THE PEAK DISTRICT Pooles Cavern & Buxton Country Park

The Herb Garden

Ecclesbourne Valley Railway

Bakewell Old House Museum

Wirksworth Heritage Centre

Go Ape! High Wire Forest Adventure

Haddon Hall

Buxton Museum & Art Gallery Jantar Beltane Derbyshire Wildlife Trust Treak Cliff Cavern English Heritage Eyam Hall Chatsworth

Peak Village Outlet Shopping Centre

Belper North Mill Trust Denby Visitor Centre

Peak District’s Historic B order Country

Derby Museums

Crich Tramway Village

Royal Crown Derby

The Heights of Abraham

The Coors Visitor Centre

Gulliver’s Kingdom

C W Sellors

Lea Gardens Peak District Mining Museum & Temple Mine

Shugborough Estate Wentworth Castle Gardens

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Historic Border Country www.hbc.co.uk

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The Heights of Abraham www.heightsofabraham.com

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Rudyard Lake Steam Railway

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Derby Museums www.derby.gov.uk/museums

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Derby Museum & Art Gallery

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The Strand, Derby. Tel: 01332 716659 For art and natural history, a visit to this museum is a must! See the prestigious collection of Joseph Wright of Derby oil paintings and the Ceramics gallery featuring Derby porcelain. There is a changing programme of temporary exhibitions and a wealth of displays about the city’s archaeology, history and local regiments.

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41 Friar Gate, Derby. Tel: 01332 255363 A Georgian architectural masterpiece, recreating domestic life in 18th century Derby with exquisitely furnished and decorated rooms and fine costume displays.

The Silk Mill – Derby’s Museum of Industry & History

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Silk Mill Lane, off Full Street, Derby Tel: 01332 255308 The Silk Mill Museum is on the site of the world's oldest factories, built in 1702 and 1717. The displays tell the story of the industrial heritage and achievement of Derby’s people. These include Rolls-Royce aero engines, the railway industry, and local industries of mining, pottery and foundry work.

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Derbyshire Wildlife Trust www.derbyshirewildlifetrust.org.uk

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Derbyshire Wildlife Trust Derbyshire Wildlife Trust was established in 1962 by a small group of volunteers with a shared interest in nature conservation. Today the Trust has grown in both stature and membership, and with nearly 12,000 members and management responsibilities for 40 nature reserves, it is the leading conservation organisation in Derbyshire. The Trust’s aims remain to protect and enhance Derbyshire’s natural environment.

www.derbyshirewildlifetrust.org.uk Lea Gardens www.leagardens.co.uk

Lea Gardens have a unique collection of highly acclaimed rhododendrons, azaleas, kalmias and other plants of interest that have been introduced from the far corners of the world. The gardens are sited on the remains of a medieval millstone quarry and cover an area of approximately 4 acres on a wooded hillside. The excellent rock garden contains a large variety of alpines with acers, dwarf conifers, heathers and spring bulbs. A specialist rhododendron and azalea nursery is complimented by a teashop offering home baking and light lunches. OPEN DAILY 20 MARCH – 30 JUNE 10.00 – 17.00 ADULTS: £3.50, CHILD: 50P

LEA GARDENS, LONG LANE, LEA, MATLOCK DE4 5GH

TEL: 01629 534380 FAX: 01629 534260 www.leagarden.co.uk


Stones Restaurant

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Stones R E S TA U R A N T

Tucked away in the heart of Matlock, Stones restaurant

romantic, family or business meals. We also have a

is a cosy and eclectic restaurant with a stylish and

beautiful riverside terrace, where you can relax, dine

welcoming decor and a superb modern British menu.

and unwind with a glass of wine from our extensive

Stones Restaurant is jointly run by Kevin Stone, Head

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Chef, his partner, Jade Himsworth and sister, Katie Temple.

At lunch we have an express menu for those who have

Our philosophy is to provide a fantastic dining experience in a relaxed setting. The intimate dining

limited time to spare or lighter appetites, alongside a set menu. In the evenings , a set menu is also available

room which is popular with couples, locals and visitors

in addition to a superb Ă La Carte menu. Our menus

to the area is decorated in a warm palette of creams,

change reguarly to reflect the very best in seasonal and

brown and red, features original abstract canvasses and

local produce. Stones has recently been awarded two

upholstered church pews, creating a perfect place for

AA Rosettes for culinary excellence.

www.stones-restaurant.co.uk Stones Restaurant 1C Dale Road, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3LT Tel: 01629 56061

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Where to Eat

Derbyshire & The Peak District

Our region’s food is famed the world over, and for good reason. Whether you're after something traditional or more exotic there is something for every taste.

We have selected the best of what Derbyshire & The Peak District has to offer using either our own experiences or from recommendations so you can be assured that you will receive high quality whether eating in or taking home some local produce.

Farmers Markets

Food Festivals & Shows

Weekly Markets

Mattlock Second Thursday of every Month, 9am - 3pm (depending on weather), Cambridge Street

Peak District Festival of Food 2nd - 4th May 2009 10am-5pm Daily Signposted off A684 on outskirts of Leyburn

Bakewell Tuesdays

Derby Fourth Wednesday of every Month, 8am - 3pm, High Street

Weaving together the three fundamental elements that make the Dales Festival of Food and Drink a success - Food, Farming and Fun - the 2009 event already has a real buzz about it.

Bakewell 2nd Sunday of every month (excluding September) 9am - 3pm, Town Square Brough 1st Sunday of every month 9am - 3pm , Canal Basin area of Coach Street Mansfield 3rd Saturday of every month 8am - 3pm, Town Square

Bakewell 1st September 2009 10am-5pm The showground is 12 miles north of Skipton on B6160 The Dales' foremost agricultural show with dry stone walling, produce, handicrafts, horticulture, equestrian events, fell races and harness racing.

Mattlock Mondays Derby Tuesdays and Fridays Chesterfield Mondays Mansfield Tuesdays & Saturdays Buxton Thursdays Barnard Castle Fridays Ripley Saturdays

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Where to Eat

Restaurants/Pubs

Restaurant Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk

Restaurant Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk This small renowned restaurant has been apart of Ilkley since the early sixties. The modern French classical menu and extensive wine cellar offer food lovers an unforgettable experience. Their commitment to the best, freshest ingredients, with an emphasis on local suppliers, farmers and growers, will entice food lovers with favourites such as Roast Scallops with Truffle Oil, and Chocolate Mousse with Red Berries.

Restaurant Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk The restaurant offers a relaxing, friendly atmosphere with friendly, efficient staff. Service is "laidback" yet professional with many personal touches. The menu uses fresh, local produce with food being cooked to order and mostly home-made. Outside allows for lunch in the sun (during the summer months) pre-dinner drinks area or after dinner coffee chill-out zone.

Restaurant Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk Overton House Cafe is a culmination of over 50 years experience in the catering industry between us creating a relaxed informal environment dedicated to providing good honest food using the highest quality produce from our local suppliers. We have used the same suppliers for years and have built up an excellent relationship with them.

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Restaurant Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk This small renowned restaurant has been apart of Ilkley since the early sixties. The modern French classical menu and extensive wine cellar offer food lovers an unforgettable experience. Their commitment to the best, freshest ingredients, with an emphasis on local suppliers, farmers and growers, will entice food lovers with favourites such as Roast Scallops with Truffle Oil, and Chocolate Mousse with Red Berries.

Restaurant Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk

This small renowned restaurant has been apart of Ilkley since the early sixties. The modern French classical menu and extensive wine cellar offer food lovers an unforgettable experience. Their commitment to the best, freshest ingredients, with an emphasis on local suppliers, farmers and growers, will entice food lovers with favourites such as Roast Scallops with Truffle Oil, and Chocolate Mousse with Red Berries.

Restaurant Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk The restaurant offers a relaxing, friendly atmosphere with friendly, efficient staff. Service is "laidback" yet professional with many personal touches. The menu uses fresh, local produce with food being cooked to order and mostly home-made. Outside allows for lunch in the sun (during the summer months) pre-dinner drinks area or after dinner coffee chill-out zone.

The restaurant offers a relaxing, friendly atmosphere with friendly, efficient staff. Service is "laidback" yet professional with many personal touches. The menu uses fresh, local produce with food being cooked to order and mostly home-made. Outside allows for lunch in the sun (during the summer months) pre-dinner drinks area or after dinner coffee chill-out zone.

Restaurant Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk

Overtons High Row, Reeth, Richmond, DL11 6SY Tel: 01748 884332 www.overtonhousecafe.co.uk

Overton House Cafe is a culmination of over 50 years experience in the catering industry between us creating a relaxed informal environment dedicated to providing good honest food using the highest quality produce from our local suppliers. We have used the same suppliers for years and have built up an excellent relationship with them.

Overton House Cafe is a culmination of over 50 years experience in the catering industry between us creating a relaxed informal environment dedicated to providing good honest food using the highest quality produce from our local suppliers. We have used the same suppliers for years and have built up an excellent relationship with them.


Where to Eat

Restaurant.

Cafes/Tearooms Café Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk This award winning cafe bistro offers 'real' home-made fresh food with friendly informality and melodic jazz. Sit around wooden tables surrounded by old music manuscripts and instruments. Regulars say Cafe Concerto make the best cappuccino in town - along with 'heavenly' homemade cake.

Café Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk This award winning cafe bistro offers 'real' home-made fresh food with friendly informality and melodic jazz. Sit around wooden tables surrounded by old music manuscripts and instruments. Regulars say Cafe Concerto make the best cappuccino in town - along with 'heavenly' homemade cake.

Café Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk This award winning cafe bistro offers 'real' home-made fresh food with friendly informality and melodic jazz. Sit around wooden tables surrounded by old music manuscripts and instruments. Regulars say Cafe Concerto make the best cappuccino in town - along with 'heavenly' homemade cake.

Café Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk This award winning cafe bistro offers 'real' home-made fresh food with friendly informality and melodic jazz. Sit around wooden tables surrounded by old music manuscripts and instruments. Regulars say Cafe Concerto make the best cappuccino in town - along with 'heavenly' homemade cake.

Café Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk This award winning cafe bistro offers 'real' home-made fresh food with friendly informality and melodic jazz. Sit around wooden tables surrounded by old music manuscripts and instruments. Regulars say Cafe Concerto make the best cappuccino in town - along with 'heavenly' homemade cake.

Café Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk This award winning cafe bistro offers 'real' home-made fresh food with friendly informality and melodic jazz. Sit around wooden tables surrounded by old music manuscripts and instruments. Regulars say Cafe Concerto make the best cappuccino in town - along with 'heavenly' homemade cake.

Local Produce Ainsty Farm Shop York Road, Green Hammerton, York, North Yorkshire, YO26 8EQ Tel: 01423 331897 www.ainstyfarmshop.co.uk sales@ainstyfarmshop.co.uk

pastries daily), coffee shop and deli with a wide variety of locally sourced foods - including local game, fruit and vegetables.

Lewis & Cooper Ltd 92 High Street, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL7 8PP Tel: 01609 772880 www.lewisandcooper.co.uk sales@lewisandcooper.co.uk From honey to sausages and eggs to chilli sauce, this fine food and drink emporium has proudly sourced locally for more than a century. As well as offering the best the globe has to offer, we comb North Yorkshire for tasty treats to fill our stores in Northallerton and Yarm, as well as our famous gourmet hampers - check out the Yorkshire Basket!

Ainsty Farm Shop York Road, Green Hammerton, York, North Yorkshire, YO26 8EQ Tel: 01423 331897 www.ainstyfarmshop.co.uk sales@ainstyfarmshop.co.uk Ainsty Farm Shop specialises in traditionally reared, locally produced meat. There is a bakery (fresh bread & pastries daily), coffee shop and deli with a wide variety of locally sourced foods - including local game, fruit and vegetables.

Lewis & Cooper Ltd 92 High Street, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL7 8PP Tel: 01609 772880 www.lewisandcooper.co.uk sales@lewisandcooper.co.uk As well as offering the best the globe has to offer, we comb North Yorkshire for tasty treats to fill our stores in Northallerton and Yarm, as well as our famous gourmet hampers - check out the Yorkshire Basket!

Ainsty Farm Shop specialises in traditionally reared, locally produced meat. There is a bakery (fresh bread &

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Jantar Jewellery

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Jantar

www.jantar.co.uk

U NIQUE P OTTERY, A ILVER J EWELLERY, A MBER S PECIALISTS CAVENDISH ARCADE, BUXTON, SK17 6BQ.

TEL: 01298 73116


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Where to Shop

Derbyshire & The Peak District

Offering just about any kind of shopping experience you care to mention, from small local artisan shops to the big shopping village experience. Let’s shop!

Shopping in Derbyshire & The Peak District really is special. Its funky and functional, trendy and traditional, a unique mix of time-honoured family emporiums ultra modern designer shopping. In a word, it's quality.

Art & Crafts

Clothing & Accessories

Miscellaneous

Shop Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk

Shop Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk

Shop Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk

Shop Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk

Shop Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk

Shop Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk

Shop Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk

Shop Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk

Shop Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk

Shop Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk

Shop Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk

Shop Name Here 35-37 Anystreet Street, Anytown, LA22 222 Tel: 01234 536 890 www.webaddress.co.uk info@webaddress.co.uk

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Tourist Information ASHBOURNE

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Rykneld Square

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01246 345777/8

01538 483741

PEAK DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK 01629 816558

BAKEWELL

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Assembly Rooms Market Place

Crown Square

RIPLEY

01629 816558 BUXTON

01332 255802

The Crescent

GLOSSOP

01298 25106

The Heritage Centre, Henry Street

01457 855920

01629 583388 MATLOCK BATH The Pavilion

01629 55082

Town Hall, Market Place

01773 841488 STOKE-ON-TRENT Quadrant Road, Hanley

01782 236000

Events Barbie Weekend 7 - 8 Mar Sudbury Hall

Mothers Day Tea 22 March Kedleston Hall

Easter Egg Hunt 11 & 12th April Treak Cliff Cavern

Easter 1940s Weekend 12 & 13 April

The Peak District Walking Festival 25 April - 4th May Peak District National Park

Denby Wedding Fayre 3 May Denby Pottery

International Horse Trials 16 & 17 May

Calke Abbey, Ticknall Derby

Bluebell Walks 18 & 19 April Kedleston Hall

Three Day Country Fair 4 - 6 September

Keddleston Hall

Chatsworth

Pets and People Show 11 -12 July

Christmas Craft and Food Show 24-25 October

Shugborough

National Archaeology Week 12 -20 Jul Creswell Crags

Chatsworth

Wildchild Weekend 1 -2 August

Ancient Garland Ceremony 29 May

Hardwick Park Centre, Hardwick Hall

Crich Tramway

Easter Trail 10 - 12 April

Summer Plant Fair 4 -5 July

Castleton

Father's Day Stableyard 21 June Calke Abbey, Ticknall, Derby

179th Bakewell Show 5 & 6 August Bakewell

Belper Discovery Walk 9 August

Shugborough

Christmas at Haddon Hall 5 - 13 December Haddon Hall


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