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  Derbyshire and Peak District Photographs - Photographs from the Derbyshire and Peak District region of the UK
Derbyshire and Peak District Photographs - Photographs from the Derbyshire and Peak District region of the UK Derbyshire and Peak District Photographs
Original photographs of Derbyshire and the Peak District National Park region of England in the UK.
Derbyshire and the Peak District National Park is a great place for photography as its towns, villages, hills, dales and rivers, offer beautiful scenery which changes with the light of the day and of the seasons.
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  Derbyshire Dales: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Ashford-in-the-water is a village in the derbyshire peak district, england, and on the river wye....
Monyash is a village in the derbyshire peak district....
Tissington is a village in the derbyshire peak district....
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 Derbyshire Dales - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Derbyshire Dales is a local government district in Derbyshire, England.
The borough borders the districts of High Peak, Amber Valley, North East Derbyshire and South Derbyshire in Derbyshire and also Sheffield in South Yorkshire.
Following their review of parliamentary representation in Derbyshire, the Boundary Commission for England has formed a new constituency called Derbyshire Dales.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Derbyshire_Dales   (188 words)

  
 Derbyshire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Derbyshire is a county in the East Midlands of England, and boasts some of England's most attractive scenery.
Although Derbyshire is generally considered to be in the East Midlands, some parts, such as High Peak, are closer to the northern cities of Manchester and Sheffield.
Derbyshire was traditionally divided into six hundreds, namely Appletree, High Peak, Morleyston and Litchurch, Repton and Gresley, Scarsdale, Wirksworth.
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 Self catering cottages Peak District, Peak District Accommodation, camping Derbyshire, Bed and breakfast Derbyshire
Derbyshire and the Peak District are located in central England.
The gently rolling hills and peaceful pastureland of the Derbyshire Dales with its alluring hidden valleys and picturesque riverbanks are a contrast to the ancient and vivid heather covered moorland’s of the Peak District National Park.
Derbyshire Cottage Holidays - B and B Peak District - Peak District Campsites - Bed and Breakfast Derbyshire - Holiday Cottages Peak District - Self catering Peak District
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 birding facts Birding Resources by the Fat Birder
Derbyshire is a land locked, medium sized county in central England which encompasses the bulk of the Peak District.
Above all, birdwatching in Derbyshire can be an excellent challenge at any time of the year, with the possibility of encountering a wide range of species.
The Derbyshire Ornithological Society was founded in 1954 and is the premier organisation within the County for the keen birdwatcher.
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 Ashbourne, Derbyshire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ashbourne is a small picturesque market town in the Derbyshire Dales, England.
Ashbourne is known for its annual two day Royal Shrovetide Football Match in which one half of the town plays the other at football, using the town as the pitch and with the goals three miles apart.
The MP for Ashbourne is Patrick McLoughlin (Conservative), the MP for West Derbyshire.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ashbourne,_Derbyshire   (252 words)

  
 Camelot Village: Britain's Heritage and History
Derbyshire boasts some of the finest country houses in England, among them Chatsworth House, the seat of the Duke of Devonshire.
Derbyshire's local government: The County of Derbyshire is governed by a two tier system with Derbyshire County Council in part control of the whole county bar Derby itself!
Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing training, was the daughter of a Derbyshire gentleman and although born in Florence she spent much of her early life at Lea Hirst, near Crich.
www.camelotintl.com /heritage/counties/england/derbyshire.html   (576 words)

  
 Derbyshire - the Peak District: Dales, High Peak, Derby, Bolsover, Amber Valley, Peakland Attractions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Peakland attractions include the enchanting Derbyshire Dales - such as Dovedale with its stepping stones, Monsal Dale with its railway viaduct and Lathkill Dale with its crystal river, which sometimes disappears underground.
There are countless charming villages to explore in the Dales - from the perfectly preserved estate community of Tissington to Hathersage, which served as the setting for 'Jane Eyre'.
South Derbyshire's largest town is Swadlincote, which has developed rapidly since the local industries of coal and clay extraction began to flourish in the late18th century.
www.derbyshire-thepeakdistrict.co.uk /details.asp?sortby=d&key=aib10012801190520031224   (1711 words)

  
 Ufo Sightings In the Derbyshire Dales   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
He passed on details to Derbyshire police, who say their helicopter was not in the area at the time of the incident on April 7.
"He said Matlock and the Derbyshire Dales region in particular was Britain´s top UFO hot-spot."The reporter thought the presence of water at Ogston and Carsington reservoirs, plus a large navigational transmitter towards Ashbourne could have attracted UFOs.
The team claimed Derbyshire footage of a craft over a slagheap at Shirebrook was excellent, and praised the efforts of a woman at Lea, who filmed a UFO over her house for nearly an hour.
www.geocities.com /area51/orion/3781/derbyshire.html   (3475 words)

  
 ENGLISH NATURE - Special Sites
Cressbrook Dale is situated 11.3 km north of Bakewell, between the villages of Wardlow and Litton.
Long Dale is situated 9.7 km south of Bakewell, near the village of Elton.
Hay Dale is situated 13 km north west of Bakewell, between the villages of Wheston and Peak Forest.
www.english-nature.org.uk /special/nnr/nnr_details.asp?NNR_ID=51   (850 words)

  
 Wild Flowers of the Limestone Dales of the Peak District area of Derbyshire, England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
There are so many plants and flowers which flourish in the alkaline soil of the limestone dales and woodlands that it is hardly possible to list them all and a brief summary will have to suffice.
These are usually the prelude to a burst of colour in the dales, with a many plants flowering in late May or early June.
Common Spotted Orchids are to be found in many of the dales, and other rarer orchids such as the Frog Orchid and Burnt Orchid appear in the grassland.
www.cressbrook.co.uk /features/flowtxt.htm   (481 words)

  
 Derbyshire Dales Home Page
The Derbyshire Dales is one of Britain's most scenic areas.; It includes much of the Peak District National Park and yet is situated within two hours drive of almost half the UK population.
Derbyshire Dales District Council is inviting comments on the Draft Conservation Area Appraisal for Matlock Bank.
Derbyshire Dales District Council has introduced a Designated Public Place Order (DPPO), which will control the consumption of alcohol in specified areas in Matlock at the request of the Police.
www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk   (442 words)

  
 Derbyshire Dales Hotels, Derbyshire Dales B&Bs and Derbyshire Dales Self-catering Accommodation from Milford
The Derbyshire Dales includes much of the southern Peak District and the area north east of Ashbourne near Matlock [Matlock is the administrative centre for the region].
The eponymous dales were cut by freshwater streams running through limestone.
Bed and breakfast accommodation 3 miles west of the centre of Chesterfield, and 8 miles north of Matlock.
www.milford.co.uk /england/derbyshire-dales.html   (148 words)

  
 GENUKI: Genealogical research information for Derbyshire, England
"DERBYSHIRE, midland county of England [Map shows location], having Yorkshire on the north, Notts on the east, Leicestershire, Warwickshire, and Staffordshire on the south and Staffordshire and Cheshire on the west; length, north and south, 52 miles; greatest breadth, 85 miles; average breadth, 20 miles; area, 658,624 acres; pop.
Derbyshire UK has descriptions and photographs of many towns and villages in Derbyshire, and provides a wide range of information about other aspects of the county.
Whilst not in Derbyshire, John Speed's map of Lichfield in 1611 may be of interest because at that time Derbyshire was part of Lichfield Diocese.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/eng/DBY   (7300 words)

  
 Your Local Police - High Peak & Derbyshire Dales   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The broad area of High Peak and Derbyshire Dales is known in policing terms as 'B Division'.
Derbyshire has 43 new Community Support Officers who will be working with the police.
Derbyshire Constabulary is not responsible for the content on external sites, including the sites below.
www.derbyshire.police.uk /local/15.html   (229 words)

  
 Derbyshire Holiday Cottage accommodation Derbyshire Dales and Derbyshire Peak District
Derbyshire Holiday Cottage accommodation Derbyshire Dales and Derbyshire Peak District
Yew Tree Nook and Lady Pond Retreat are situated on the edge of the beautiful Peak District Park, in the small hamlet of Bradley, in an idyllic and peaceful location.
This spacious family home is situated in a quiet residential area on the rural outskirts of the cultural spa town of Buxton....
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 Derbyshire holiday cottages England UK
The cottages are enclosed within a private site a stones throw away from the centre of the village and yet surrounded by green fields and delightful open views.
Buxton is a spa and market town in the centre of the Derbyshire Peak District.
Ideal for walkers any time of year, it is surrounded by peaks and dales, moors and beautiful rambling countryside.
www.uk-holiday-cottages.net /Derbyshire.htm   (1090 words)

  
 Derbyshire Dales and South Derbyshire Primary Care Trust Home Page
The Derbyshire Dales and South Derbyshire Primary Care Trust has been given a vote of confidence by being awarded Two Stars by the Commission for Health Improvement for its performance in 2002-03.
Primary care services in the Derbyshire Dales and South Derbyshire districts are managed by:
Derbyshire Dales and South Derbyshire Primary Care Trust
www.southernderbyshire.nhs.uk /dalesandsouth-pct   (99 words)

  
 Dovedale in Derbyshire - one of Derbyshire's finest and most popular dales - Information and photos
Dovedale in Derbyshire, is owned by the National Trust and is farmed with many sheep on the rocky slopes and in the woods.
It is little more than 3 miles distance between Thorpe and Milldale in the north and the famous part is the wooded ravine between the stepping stones,a short distance from the car park at the front of Thorpe Cloud and the cave like dove-holes.
The road passes infront of the heights of Thorpe Cloud and Bunster Hill and just over the bridge crossing the river dove, an access road leads past the entrance to the Izaak Walton Hotel and onto a public car park for visitors to dovedale.
www.derbyshireuk.net /dovedale.html   (703 words)

  
 Service - CCTV   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Derbyshire Dales District Council has teamed up with the police and other local partners to tackle crime and disorder.
Safer Derbyshire Dales has bought a mobile CCTV system.
This consists of units which are moved around the Derbyshire Dales to cover crime and disorder hotspots.
faqs.derbyshire.gov.uk /static/Service3555.html   (114 words)

  
 Tourism and Travel Homepage
Welcome to South Derbyshire, located in the Heart of England and the place to enjoy quiet rural recreation amid rolling English countryside dotted with picturesque and historic villages.
South Derbyshire includes the attractive rural areas to be found in the valleys of the River Trent and Dove - with historic villages, such as Melbourne, Ticknall or Repton – and the market town of Swadlincote.
Whether you are looking for a fascinating day out or a base from which to tour the area, South Derbyshire has a great deal to offer.
www.south-derbys.gov.uk /LeisureCulture/TourismTravel   (209 words)

  
 Safer Derbyshire.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
A total of £5,000 is available in 2003/4 for projects in the Derbyshire Dales and this will be available from April onwards.
The CADi Fund for High Peak and Derbyshire Dales is managed by a steering group of representatives from Derbyshire Dales District Council, High Peak Borough Council, Derbyshire Constabulary and the Derbyshire Drug and Alcohol Action Team.
Neil Robinson, Drugs Action Co-ordinator for Safer Derbyshire Dales said, “The partnership is already working to reduce drugs-related and other crime across the Dales.
www.crimezone.co.uk /details.asp?back=yes&key=aj04200210   (273 words)

  
 NHS - The Improvement Network - Derbyshire Dales and South Derbyshire Community Support Referral Scheme
The Community Support Referral Scheme (CSRS) is an example of productive partnership working between Derbyshire Dales and South Derbyshire PCT, South Derbyshire Council for Voluntary Service (CVS), and Ashbourne Volunteer Bureau.
The scheme aims to be patient centred but also benefits health care professionals and voluntary/community sector organisations.
Derbyshire Dales and South Derbyshire PCT has enjoyed a productive relationship with the South Derbyshire Council for Voluntary Service and the Ashbourne Volunteer Bureau.
www.tin.nhs.uk /welcome/good-news-stories/community-support-referral-scheme   (1071 words)

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