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Villages

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Number of results: 216

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  1. Add Onecote to your Itinerary

    Onecote

    Address:

    Nr Leek, Staffordshire Moorlands

    Onecote is a small village that lies within The Peak District National Park. It is close to the Manifold Valley, Hartington and Leek.

  2. Add Alderley Edge to your Itinerary

    Alderley Edge

    Address:

    Cheshire, SK9 7BJ

    Magic, myth and legend abound in the pretty Cheshire village of Alderley Edge.
    The picturesque village of Alderley Edge sits in the east of Cheshire and offers a fabulous range of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars.

  3. Add Mobberley to your Itinerary

    Mobberley

    Address:

    Cheshire, WA16 7EX

    Mentioned in the Domesday Book as 'Motburlege', Mobberley is a residential area set in farmland and is England's largest parish.

  4. Add Cheddleton to your Itinerary

    Cheddleton

    Address:

    Nr Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 7HL

    Telephone:

    01782 503229

    Much of Cheddleton straddles the A520 immediately to the south of the river Churnet and the Caldon Canal, but the true heart of this quaint old village lies away from the main road, around the 12th century parish church of St Edward.

  5. Add Gawsworth to your Itinerary

    Gawsworth

    Address:

    Cheshire, SK11 9RQ

    A peaceful and beautiful village with scattered cottages and farms mingling with halls, a church, pools and leafy lanes.

  6. Add Rainow to your Itinerary

    Rainow

    Address:

    Cheshire, SK10 5UE

    The rounded hills are a distinct contrast to the red brick and lush farmlands of the Cheshire Plain.

  7. Add Horsley Woodhouse to your Itinerary

    Horsley Woodhouse

    Address:

    Derbyshire, DE5 3BT

    Telephone:

    01773 841485

    The small Derbyshire village of Horsley Woodhouse is close to the town of Ilkeston. The famous preacher Charles Wesley preached in the village in 1744 whilst journeying from London to Newcastle.

  8. Ripley

    Address:

    Ripley

    Ripley

    The market town of Ripley continues to offer a small traditional outdoor market on Friday and Saturday. Established by Henry III by royal decree in 1250, the Charter Market is one of the oldest in Derbyshire. Independent shops established over…

  9. Add Breadsall to your Itinerary

    Breadsall

    Address:

    Derbyshire, DE7 6DL

    This is a picturesque old village surrounded by woodland. The old hall has served as both a pub and a cob-shop. Breadsall made the headlines in 1914 when local suffragettes outraged the nation by setting the church on fire.

  10. Add Wincle to your Itinerary

    Wincle

    Address:

    Cheshire, SK11 0QH

    Through this hilly area runs the delightful wooded valley of the River Dane, the county's boundary with Staffordshire.

  11. Add Longsdon to your Itinerary

    Longsdon

    Address:

    Longsdon Memorial Hall, Leek Road, Longsdon, Staffordshire Moorlands, ST99QA

    Longsdon

    Longsdon is the centre of an extensive and wooded parish that extends to the Churnet and includes the high land of Ladderedge as well as the hamlet of Horse Bridge.

  12. Add Stoney Middleton to your Itinerary

    Stoney Middleton

    Address:

    Stoney Middleton, Derbyshire, S32 4TD

    Telephone:

    01629 813227

    Stoney Middleton

    This village is well named, having many houses clinging to the steep limestone cliffs of a rocky dale. Most people pass through on the busy main road through the village, but there are some interesting little nooks & crannies.

  13. Add Longnor to your Itinerary

    Longnor

    Address:

    Nr Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 0NS

    Derbyshire

    Longnor is a sizeable village with its bustling cobbled square overlooked by the historic Longnor Craft Centre and quaint streets of stone houses. It nestles between the Dove and Manifold valleys and is a good starting point for many walks.

  14. Add Dale Abbey to your Itinerary

    Dale Abbey

    Address:

    Derbyshire, DE7 4QA

    Telephone:

    01773 570222

    A more peaceful and pleasant spot than Dale Abbey is hard to find in the whole of Derbyshire. Yet it is less than three miles from the suburbs of Derby to the west, and even closer to a vast area of housing and industrialisation on the east

  15. Add Congreave to your Itinerary

    Congreave

    Address:

    Derbyshire, DE4 2NF

    Telephone:

    01629 813227

    A tiny hamlet 2 miles south of Bakewell near to Haddon Hall. After crossing the River Wye the narrow lane passes by the farms at Congreave and leads up to Stanton Moor, and that's it!

  16. Add Mellor to your Itinerary

    Mellor

    Address:

    Church Road, Mellor, Stockport, Cheshire, SK6 5LX

    Telephone:

    0161 474 4444

    Stockport

    Mellor is a village between Marple Bridge and New Mills extends from the start of the old turnpike road at the boundary of Marple Bridge to the current county boundary with Derbyshire. There are three pubs in the village.

  17. Add Highlow to your Itinerary

    Highlow

    Address:

    Derbyshire, S32 1AX

    A very small hamlet in a spectacular setting 1½ miles south of Hathersage. For more Details; see Hathersage.

  18. Add Marston on Dove to your Itinerary

    Marston on Dove

    Address:

    Derbyshire, DE65 5GB

    Telephone:

    01283 222848

    Rural Hamlet with a church, handful of cottages and farms.

  19. Add Pentrich to your Itinerary

    Pentrich

    Address:

    Derbyshire, DE5 3RR

    Telephone:

    01773 841485

    The small village of Pentrich near Ripley is famous for the Pentrich Revolution which took place on 9 June 1817. It is thought Pentrich was already settled during the Roman occupation and that the name Pentrich has Celtic origins.

  20. Add Lea Bridge to your Itinerary

    Lea Bridge

    Address:

    Lea, Derbyshire, DE4 5AG

    Telephone:

    01773 841485

    Derbyshire

    Lea Bridge lies in the valley to the west of Holloway and to the southwest of Lea at grid reference SK318563. This settlement grew around the need for workers houses for the nearby mills.

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