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.
Situated on the eastern side of the county, with a few acres still in Nottinghamshire, Pinxton was in Anglo Saxon times, a tiny and purely agricultural settlement which it remained for centuries.
A tiny hamlet near Bolsover with a church, dedicated to St Leonard, which holds the alabaster tomb of Lady Constantia de Frecheville and her child. According to legend, Lady Constantia and her daughter still wander the surrounding woods.
South Normanton is a medium-sized, ex-mining village, two miles east of Alfreton, Derbyshire. The historic industries of the village were agriculture, stocking spinning and mining.
A picturesque hamlet close to Heath Village with stunning views across the valley to Hardwick Hall. Stainsby is the site of an annual, well established folk festival in July that draws large crowds.
This linear village was formed from two hamlets - Upper and Lower Stone. The School playing field is located on the site of the former quarry and the street is still called Quarry Lane.
A tiny hamlet surrounded by beautiful countryside yet just a few minutes from the busy M1 motorway. The village is home to the ruin of Sutton Scarsdale Hall, once one of Derbyshire's finest stately homes.
Temple Normanton - a township in the parish of Chesterfield, hundred of Scarsdale, county Derby, 2½ miles S.E. of Chesterfield, its post town, and is 3 miles north east of the Clay Cross railway station.