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    Old Bolsover Yard

    The yard provides a number of craft workshops for new & up & coming businesses, as well as a Gallery.


    Old Bolsover Yard is an exciting project that has brought new life to a previously underdeveloped site in the main part of Bolsover. Old Bolsover Yard is situated at the rear of 2 Castle Street, immediately behind The Coffee Cup which sits on the main street leading up to Bolsover Castle and which is also part of the Old Bolsover Yard complex. The development provides a number of craft workshops for new & up & coming businesses, as well as a Gallery. There are 4 craft workshops, the biggest of these being the 'home' of Ethos Upcycling, a locally based upcycling business. Molly Felicity Designs runs The Fabric Den, with Thomas Taylor - Historical Ropemaker, Yard Ales and Sam's Flower Boutique also part of the craft courtyard. With the addition of The Coffee Cup, with its extensive menu of food & drinks, Old Bolsover Yard is the place to visit by every discerning visitor to the town.


    • Accessible by public transport

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