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Admiral Casino: Chesterfield
Admiral Casino: Chesterfield

Find Admiral Casino in CHESTERFIELD, S40. Get contact details, videos, photos, opening times and map directions. Search for local Amusement Parks & Arcades near you on Yell.

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Barrow Hill Engine Shed
Barrow Hill Engine Shed

Following negotiations with the British Railways Property Board, Chesterfield Borough Council became the new owners of the shed and nearby yard on 20 December 1996. The council subsequently granted a recurring maintenance lease to the Barrow Hill Engine Shed Society, who secured and refurbished the site, including renewal of the original 1870 roundhouse glass roof, except for one section.

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Big Tree
Big Tree

Chesterfield's current boundaries date from 1 April 1974, when under the Local Government Act 1972, the Borough of Chesterfield was formed by an amalgamation of the municipal borough with the urban district of Staveley and with the parish of Brimington from Chesterfield Rural District.

Bluebank Pools
Bluebank Pools

Bluebank Pools Local Nature Reserve (LNR) This newly dedicated LNR is a jewel on the Chesterfield Canal.

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Bolsover Castle
Bolsover Castle

Bolsover Castle Timeline 1068 A Norman Gift William the Conqueror grants custody of his new castle at Nottingham and the large manor of Bolsover to one of his knights, William Peveril.

Chesterfield Canal
Chesterfield Canal

The Chesterfield Canal is a barge canal in the East Midlands of England and it is known locally as 'Cuckoo Dyke'. It was one of the last of the canals designed by James Brindley, who died while it was being constructed.

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Chesterfield Museum and Art Gallery
Chesterfield Museum and Art Gallery

Chesterfield's rich historical heritage is explored in the town's museum and art gallery. Taking the story of Chesterfield as its theme, the museum shows how the town has become the place it is today.

Church of St Mary and All Saints, Chesterfield
Church of St Mary and All Saints, Chesterfield

Chesterfield Parish Church is an Anglican church dedicated to Saint Mary and All Saints, located in the town of Chesterfield in Derbyshire, England.

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Clay Cross, Tunnel South Entrance
Clay Cross, Tunnel South Entrance

The discovery of coal and iron led to George Stephenson moving to Tapton House, near Chesterfield. With a group of others, he bought a tract of land north of the tunnel and set up a company, George Stephenson and Co., later renamed the Clay Cross Company.

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Cliffe Park
Cliffe Park

Cliffe Park, Dronfield, United Kingdom. 1,720 likes · 59 talking about this · 4,804 were here. An oasis of greenspace in the heart of industrial...

Creswell Crags
Creswell Crags

Creswell Crags is an enclosed limestone gorge on the border between Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, England, near the villages of Creswell and Whitwell. The cliffs in the ravine contain several caves that were occupied during the last ice age, between around 43,000 and 10,000 years ago. Its caves contain the northernmost cave art in Europe.

Eastwood Park
Eastwood Park

Eastwood Park, Hasland Eastwood Park in Hasland was opened officially by Councillor Christine Ludlow, the executive member for Environment, on 9 June 2013. She was joined by the mayor and Councillor Amanda Sargeant, who officially opened the newly restored village hall.

Eyre Chapel
Eyre Chapel

eyre chapel at newbold The Eyre family were important, powerful, landowners, farmers and Lords of the manor at Dunston, Hassop, Hathersage and Newbold. The manor of Newbold had grown in importance as it became the administrative centre for the Chesterfield area.

Fanshawe Gate Hall,
Fanshawe Gate Hall,

PARISH OF HOLMESFIELD FANSHAWE GATE LANE SK 37 NW 5/147 25.10.51 Fanshawe Gate Hall (formerly listed as Old Hall Farmhouse) GV II Farmhouse C17 with subsequent remodelling and additions, and restored C20.

Frith Wood
Frith Wood

Chesterfield is home to the National League club Chesterfield F.C., which formerly played at the Recreation Ground (usually referred to as Saltergate). Chesterfield FC is known as the Spire-ites, after the Crooked Spire in the town.

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Gillfield Wood
Gillfield Wood

Friends of Gillfield Wood FoGW is an ancient woodland in Totley on the outskirts of Sheffield bordering the Peak Park and Derbyshire

Grassmoor Country Park
Grassmoor Country Park

Grassmoor Country Park Just three miles from Chesterfield, Grassmoor Country Park sits at the northern end of the Five Pits Trail. It is a lovely spot for strolling or picnicking among large open meadows all year round.

Hardwick Hall
Hardwick Hall

Hardwick Hall (grid reference), in Derbyshire, is an architecturally significant Elizabethan country house in England, a leading example of the Elizabethan prodigy house. Built between 1590 and 1597 for the formidable Bess of Hardwick, it was designed by the architect Robert Smythson, an exponent of the Renaissance style of architecture.

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Hardwick Park
Hardwick Park

Follow road for approx 1 mile and turn left passing underneath M1 motorway. Follow road past Stainsby Mill and turn right onto Hardwick Estate. Follow brown signs to car park. From East Follow A617 to junction with M1 motorway and take 2nd exit at roundabout (A6175), then follow route from North/South. From West Follow A619 to Chesterfield.

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Hollingwoodhub
Hollingwoodhub

Hollingwood Lock House is the sole remaining lock house on this stretch of the canal. It is unique as a railway ...

Holme Brook Park
Holme Brook Park

River levels and flood alerts for the Holme Brook at Chesterfield Ashgate, Derbyshire

Holmebrook Valley Country Park
Holmebrook Valley Country Park

Take first right turn (Slack Lane). At roundabout take 2nd exit (B6150). At next roundabout take 2nd exit (B6150). At traffic lights select left lane and turn left. Follow road for approx ½ mile and turn left into Water Meadow Lane. Follow road to end and turn into Holmebrook Valley Park car park.

Linacre Reservoirs
Linacre Reservoirs

The site is accessible all year round. Car parking There are three small car parks along the main entrance road to the Linacre Reservoirs. Car parking at Linacre costs £1.00 for up to two hours and £2.50 for the day. An annual parking permit for up to two cars costs £25.00.

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Poolsbrook Country Park
Poolsbrook Country Park

Pools Brook, at 165 acres, is Chesterfield's largest park. It offers something for everybody, with miles of trails, extensive woodland plantations, meadows, lakes, children's play areas and wildlife habitats. The park lies to the east of Chesterfield, between Poolsbrook and Staveley, with the main entrance being off Erin Road (S43 3WL).

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Renishaw Hall
Renishaw Hall

We’re delighted to welcome visitors to Renishaw Hall & Gardens, open from March for the new season. Whether you are a new or regular visitor, Renishaw Hall and its gardens and grounds are a truly beautiful place to visit.

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Revolution House
Revolution House

Revolution House This pretty thatched cottage in the village of Old Whittington hides a secret – it was part of a plot to overthrow a king. In 1688, three local noblemen – the Earl of Devonshire, the Earl of Danby and Mr John D'Arcy – met at Whittington disguised as a hunting party, to begin planning their part in the overthrow of James II. A rainstorm sent them seeking shelter at the Cock and Pynot alehouse.

Stainsby Mill (National Trust - Hardwick Estate)
Stainsby Mill (National Trust - Hardwick Estate)

The National Trust's Stainsby Mill, Derbyshire, is a working 19th century water mill on the Hardwick Estate. The National Trust's Stainsby Mill, Derbyshire, is a working 19th century water mill on the Hardwick Estate.

Stand Road Park Gates
Stand Road Park Gates

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Stone Edge Cupola
Stone Edge Cupola

The Stone Edge Cupola is Britain’s oldest free standing industrial chimney! It was built in 1770. The Stone Edge Cupola (pronounced locally as “Stanege”) is evidence that lead smelting took place at Stone Edge, near Chesterfield.

Sutton Scarsdale Hall
Sutton Scarsdale Hall

Sutton Scarsdale Hall is a Grade I listed Georgian ruined stately home in Sutton Scarsdale, just outside Chesterfield, Derbyshire.

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Tac House Spartan
Tac House Spartan

Tac-House Spartan is one of the largest CQB airsoft sites in the UK. It was voted the 3rd best site in the country by Airsoft International Magazine in 2016. Pictures and videos of the site simply don't do it justice you have to play at the site to see just how vast it is.

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Tapton Park
Tapton Park

Tapton is a suburb of Chesterfield, in the county of Derbyshire, England. It is located along the Brimington Road B6543, between Chesterfield town centre, and Brimington (where the population is included in the Brimington South Ward).

The Avenue Washlands
The Avenue Washlands

Opened in August 2007, the Avenue Washlands has areas of reedbed, marsh, ponds and grassland, supporting a wide range of wildlife. The Trust offers stream dipping, sensory earthwalks and eco-orienteering as well as many other activities.

The Elms
The Elms

The Elms – North Wingfield, Chesterfield. Interior plastering. This Project was featured on the BBC television series Restoration Home.

The Green
The Green

Chesterfield is home to the National League club Chesterfield F.C., which formerly played at the Recreation Ground (usually referred to as Saltergate). Chesterfield FC is known as the Spire-ites, after the Crooked Spire in the town.

Treasure Trove Fairs
Treasure Trove Fairs

Find Treasure Trove Fairs in Chesterfield, S41. Get contact details, videos, photos, opening times and map directions. Search for local Event Management near you on Yell.

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Walton Dam
Walton Dam

Walton is a village and civil parish in the county of West Yorkshire, England, 3.5 miles south-east of Wakefield. It has a population of 3,377. By the time of the 2011 Census the village had been incorporated in the City of Wakefield ward called Hatton, Stretton and Walton.

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Williamthorpe Ponds
Williamthorpe Ponds

Williamthorpe Nature Reserve. Come and visit one of our newest local nature reserves. Williamthorpe is a great place for enjoying the countryside, particularly for birdwatching and wildflowers. The ponds and reed beds are a wildlife haven nestling in maturing woodland and hidden from the surrounding bustle of industry.

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