Derbyshire Places

A County in East Midlands

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Alfreton
Alfreton is a town in the Amber Valley, Derbyshire, although some parts of the town are in the Bolsover district and North East Derbyshire district. It is at the junction of the A38 and A61. It has a population of 22,000. which includes the villages south of t...

Bakewell
Bakewell is a small market town in Derbyshire, deriving its name from 'Badeca's Well'. The only town included in the Peak District National Park, it is located on the River Wye, about thirteen miles southwest of Sheffield, close to the tourist a...
 
Belper
Belper is a town within the local government district of Amber Valley in Derbyshire, England. It is eight miles north of Derby, on the A6, by the River Derwent, and has a population of 20,548 (2001 census); Belper town council claims to be responsible for 10,...
 
Bolsover
Bolsover is a town in Derbyshire, England, not far from Chesterfield. It is 145 miles from London, 18 miles from Sheffield and 54 miles from Manchester. It is the main town in the Bolsover district. The civil parish for the town is called Old Bolsover. It in...
 
Breaston
Breaston is a large village in Derbyshire, England. Originally an agricultural village, Breaston has continued to grow for centuries until it has reached its current size, separated from the neighbouring Long Eaton only by the M1. Breaston today is now mainly ...
 
Brimington
Brimington is a civil parish within the borough of Chesterfield in north east Derbyshire. The town of Staveley is to the west of this area and is easy to get to. A main road runs through parts of Brimington which is called Ringwood Road and connects car users ...
 

Chapel-en-le-Frith
Chapel-en-le-Frith is a small Derbyshire town on the edge of the Peak District, part of the Pennine Range, near the border of Cheshire, in northern England. The controversially named "Capital of the Peak" (according to the town signs) was established...
 
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