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Brassington Peak District Towns and Villages

Bradbourne lies about 1 mile west of Brassington. It too has a fine church which is also partly Norman in construction. The point of greatest interest however is the Saxon Cross which stands in the churchyard. This probably dates from the 8th or 9th centuries and, though made from soft sandstone and very weathered, is still quite impressive.

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Bradbourne Village Visit Peak District

The tiny cluster of limestone buildings here are grouped by the Elizabethan Bradbourne Hall and the noble church of All Saints, which has the remnants of an 8th Century Saxon Cross in the churchyard. Things to do; The neighbouring village of Brassington is nearest for facilities. Close by is Carsington Water (see Carsington).

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Brassington Village Visit Peak District

An attractive old village set in the rocky limestone uplands of the southern White Peak. Away from main roads, Brassington has a timeless feel to it. Set on a hilltop and surrounded by spectacular countryside, the fine Norman church of St James overlooks the village where there are some lovely old houses and pretty cottages set amongst narrow

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For the residents of, and visitors to Brassington

Map = OS White Peak (OL 24) & Derby (259) An epic route providing excellent off-roading amid stunning scenery. There is quite a lot of tarmac, but virtually all of it is quiet country lanes. The climb up Larkstone Lane defined the word ‘steep’.

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2018-1-7  Liberties of Brassington and Carsington, which were long ago (15th century?) incorporated into the Soke and Wapentake of Wirksworth (part of the Low Peak, administered by the Duchy of Lancaster), along with the adjoining small Liberties of Newton Grange, Tissington and Bradbourne. Part of Brassington Liberty

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Brassington holiday cottages Peak Cottages

Bush Cottage. Bradbourne, Peak District. people 4. hotel 2. 1. pets 1. Perfect for couples, friends, and small families this cottage offers both bedrooms with zip-and-link beds for ultimate flexibility. This is a wonderful picturesque village in which to take a break and unwind. 7 nights £482-£861.

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Bicycle ride around the Tissington Trail & High Peak Trail

Bradbourne was once the most important village of the area since it was the seat of the principal landowners, the Buckston family. There is an Elizabethan hall set back from the road and a fine church with a Norman tower, but the most interesting and unusual feature is the ancient Saxon cross (dated about AD 800) which stands at the entrance to the churchyard.

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The Andrews Pages : Brassington, Derbyshire : Kelly's

2020-1-2  The Andrews Pages : Brassington, Derbyshire : Kelly's Directory, 1891. BRASSINGTON, anciently BRAZINCTUNE, is a township, village and parish, formed out of Bradbourne in 1886, 6 miles north from Ashborne, 4 west from Wirksworth, the nearest railway station, and 5 south from Winster, in the Western division of the county, Bradbourne civil parish

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Derbyshire Peak Fringe and Lower Derwent

2017-12-11  Derbyshire Peak Fringe and Lower Derwent Character Area 50 Part 1 3.3 Physical Influences The underlying geology is the cause of transitional changes in the landscape. Bands of sandstone, mudstone and coal seams in the east give way to a predominance of sandstone and gritstone as the land rises towards the Peak District. Occasional outcrops of

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History The Olde Gate Inne

The Olde Gate Inne is Grade II listed and is situated in the heart of the village of Brassington. It is 3 miles North of Carsington Water and close to the market towns of Wirksworth and Ashbourne, on the edge of the Beautiful Peak District. The Olde Gate

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Brassington Peak District Towns and Villages

Bradbourne lies about 1 mile west of Brassington. It too has a fine church which is also partly Norman in construction. The point of greatest interest however is the Saxon Cross which stands in the churchyard. This probably dates from the 8th or 9th centuries and, though made from soft sandstone and very weathered, is still quite impressive.

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Hiking Route D224A: Brassington Ballidon

2020-12-9  Bradbourne is a "doubly thankful" village. Bradbourne is the only such village in Derbyshire and one of only 13 in all of England and Wales. It contains some impressive houses, including Bradbourne Hall. Instead of the more direct route back to Brassington, it is worth extending it with a southerly circuit around

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Derbyshire walk Brassington and Carsington Water

2018-3-14  It begins with a walk through historic Brassington and incorporates a bird's-eye view of Carsington Water on the return which appears like a giant puddle embracing the Peak District landscape. 1. From the car park, walk down Dale End into Brassington, now a relatively quiet road through the village.

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Derbyshire Peak Fringe and Lower Derwent

2017-12-11  Derbyshire Peak Fringe and Lower Derwent Character Area 50 Part 1 3.3 Physical Influences The underlying geology is the cause of transitional changes in the landscape. Bands of sandstone, mudstone and coal seams in the east give way to a predominance of sandstone and gritstone as the land rises towards the Peak District. Occasional outcrops of

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History Ballidon & Bradbourne Parish Council

Bradbourne, Ballidon and Brassington lie in the middle of a chain connecting Matlock on the River Derwent to Ashbourne on the Dove. Ballidon was a royal estate until given by King Edgar to Thane Æthelfrith, Bailiff of the Western Peak, in 963.

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Bradbourne Derbyshire Family History Guide

2021-6-19  Brassington; Historical Descriptions Bradbourne The Imperial Gazetteer of England & Wales 1870. BRADBOURNE, a township in Ashborne district, and a parish in Ashborne and Bakewell districts, Derby. The township lies on an affluent of the river Dove, 5 miles NNE of Ashborne r. station. Real property, £2,733. Pop., 144. Houses, 28.

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Peak District Landscape Strategy 2009 Derbyshire Fringe

2020-2-29  6: Derbyshire Peak Fringe Derbyshire Peak Fringe abuts the White Peak there is often a mixture of limestone and gritstone buildings with stone, slate, or clay tiled roofs reflecting the changing geologies. The area west of Chesterfield has long been important for industry. Industries here frequently had medieval origins but most increased

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Country cottage holidays in Brassington close to the Peak

This gorgeous village lies within the Derbyshire Dales area of Derbyshire and just outside of the Peak District National Park. Home to beautiful green countryside, two traditional pubs and a host of 16th and 17th century cottages, Brassington truly is a majestic part of the country. What Brassington offers for Self-Catering Breaks

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Brassington Derbyshire Family History Guide

2021-6-19  BRASSINGTON, a township-chapelry and a subdistrict, in the district of Ashborne, Derby. The chapelry is in Bradbourne parish; lies 4 miles W by N of Wirksworth, and 7 WSW of Cromford r. station; and has a post office under Wirksworth. Real property, £6,552. Pop., 718. Houses, 163. The property is subdivided. Brassington Hall is a chief residence.

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For the residents of, and visitors to Brassington

Welcome to the community website for the parish of Brassington in the Derbyshire Dales. This new website, funded by the parish council, replaces the website that was at brassingtonvillage. A small team has been working hard transferring and refreshing content from the previous site. This work is ongoing, as is work on the look and

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Hiking Route D224A: Brassington Ballidon

2020-12-9  Bradbourne is a "doubly thankful" village. Bradbourne is the only such village in Derbyshire and one of only 13 in all of England and Wales. It contains some impressive houses, including Bradbourne Hall. Instead of the more direct route back to Brassington, it is worth extending it with a southerly circuit around

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History Ballidon & Bradbourne Parish Council

Bradbourne, Ballidon and Brassington lie in the middle of a chain connecting Matlock on the River Derwent to Ashbourne on the Dove. Ballidon was a royal estate until given by King Edgar to Thane Æthelfrith, Bailiff of the Western Peak, in 963.

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Bradbourne Derbyshire Family History Guide

2021-6-19  Brassington; Historical Descriptions Bradbourne The Imperial Gazetteer of England & Wales 1870. BRADBOURNE, a township in Ashborne district, and a parish in Ashborne and Bakewell districts, Derby. The township lies on an affluent of the river Dove, 5 miles NNE of Ashborne r. station. Real property, £2,733. Pop., 144. Houses, 28.

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Brassington Derbyshire Family History Guide

2021-6-19  BRASSINGTON, a township-chapelry and a subdistrict, in the district of Ashborne, Derby. The chapelry is in Bradbourne parish; lies 4 miles W by N of Wirksworth, and 7 WSW of Cromford r. station; and has a post office under Wirksworth. Real property, £6,552. Pop., 718. Houses, 163. The property is subdivided. Brassington Hall is a chief residence.

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Country cottage holidays in Brassington close to the Peak

This gorgeous village lies within the Derbyshire Dales area of Derbyshire and just outside of the Peak District National Park. Home to beautiful green countryside, two traditional pubs and a host of 16th and 17th century cottages, Brassington truly is a majestic part of the country. What Brassington offers for Self-Catering Breaks

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Bradbourne, Derbyshire Genealogy • FamilySearch

Parish History [edit edit source]. BRADBORNE (All Saints), a parish, partly in the hundred of Appletree, but chiefly in that of Wirksworth, S. division of the county of Derby, 5 miles (N. N. E.) from Ashbourn; comprising the township of Aldwark, the chapelries of Atlow, Ballidon, and Brassington, and the hamlet of Lea-Hall.At Brassington and Atlow are separate incumbencies,

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15 Beautiful Self Catering Cottages near Brassington, Peak

2020-8-17  Self Catering Cottages near Brassington, Derbyshire Peak District Region. ACCOMMODATION MAP Brassington (0.3 miles) Dragon Hill Barn. This property is a thoughtfully renovated and beautifully decorated stone-built detached barn conversion dating back to the 16th Century, that sleeps up to four people. more

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Home Manor House Brassington

T he Manor House in Brassington, a picturesque village in the Peak District in Derbyshire. Between Bakewell and Ashbourne (Ashbourne has just been voted 10 out of 30 best places for a weekend retreat), a stones throw from Chatsworth

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Dumble Cottage, Bradbourne, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, The

About Dumble Cottage. Netherton Hall sits in the sleepy little Derbyshire hamlet of Bradbourne on the edge of the Peak District National Park and is home to four welcoming holiday homes that are perfect for couples, families and friends and

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Ye Olde Gate Inne Gastro pub Restaurant Brassington

Ye Olde Gate Inne. Well Street, Brassington, Derbyshire, DE4 4HJ. Please join our community and rate this restaurant. 01629 540448. Visit Website.

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