4 edition of Cromford village. found in the catalog.
by Arkwright Society in Matlock (Tawney House, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3BT)
Written in English
|Series||Local history trail -- no.8|
|The Physical Object|
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Scarthin Books is based in a three-storey, shop overlooking the millpond which powered Arkwright's world's-first cotton mill in the hamlet of Scarthin in the village of Cromford, Derbyshire on the edge of England's first National Park, the Peak District. The center of Cromford is less than miles away. Within feet from the venue, Main Restaurant and Linda's Plaice serve a wide choice of meals. Popular points of interest around the villa include Masson Mills Shopping Village. A 5-minute walk from the property you will find Cromford.
A Cromford wander Chapter 5 Scarthin You will come down into Scarthin onto a small lane directly in front of the primitive methodists chapel Turn left and follow the lane into the village. Passing the promenade with its views of the mill pond, the famous Scarthin books and cafe and the Boat inn. - Browse and Book from the Best Vacation Rentals with Prices in Cromford: View Tripadvisor's photos and great deals on 18 vacation rentals, cabins and villas in Cromford, England.
A visit to Scarthin Books should be a magical experience; it has a good reputation. But i am starting to wonder if people believe what they want to believe. I have browsed, bought and eaten at Scarthin Books numerous times over many decades and each time have left feeling 5/5(). The property is settled miles from Lumsdale Falls and miles from Masson Mills. The center of Cromford is nearly miles away. A 5-minute walk takes guests to the café Fuel Coffee and Kitchen. This apartment is within easy reach of Black Rocks. East Midlands airport is at .
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Cromford is a village in the county of Derbyshire in the East Midlands of England, on the southern edge of the Peak District. It has a population of 1, (in ).
Situated just off the A6 trunk road, the village is 17 miles north of Derby, and about 20 minutes drive from the M1 motorway.
The nearest towns are Matlock and Wirksworth. The village has good shops, restaurants and pubs, including some specialising in minerals and second hand books. There are some good walks, especially along the canal from Cromford Wharf to Cromford village.
book Peak Junction, where there is a Visitor Centre, Lea Wood Pumping Station and the start of the High Peak Trail. Cromford Village Paperback – January 1, by Arkwright Society (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, Author: Arkwright Society. Books about Cromford, and books with references to Cromford. LOCAL BOOKS Alison Uttley: The Life of a Country Child Denis Judd (Michael Joseph, ) The authorised life of writer Alison Uttley.
Born Alice Taylor at Castle Top Farm inAlison Uttley was a successful author of children's books and wrote about her idyllic childhood in. Cromford is a village and civil parish in Derbyshire, England, in the valley of the River Derwent between Wirksworth and is first mentioned in the 11th-century Domesday Book as a berewick (supporting farm) of Wirksworth and this remained the case throughout the Middle Ages.
The population at the Census was 1, It is principally known for its historical connection with District: Derbyshire Dales. Such was the success that Arkwright enjoyed with his venture at Cromford he also built further mills in the area, including other local mills at Wirksworth and Masson.
To provide sufficient labour for his mills Arkwright developed local housing and it’s from this that Cromford developed from a hamlet into a significant industrial village.
Cromford Revisited. Doreen Buxton and Christopher Charlton,£ ISBN: Paperback, pages. This new study of Cromford, the Arkwright family’s factory village, uses water-colours, drawings and photographs and previously unexplored archive material, to present an authoritative account of the origins and growth of this iconic settlement.
Passing through Arkwright’s Mill, the village of Cromford and along the nearby canal, you’ll get a great taste for what Cromford has to offer. Starting off at the Cromford Wharf car park, cross the road and visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Arkwright’s Mill at Cromford- the site of the world’s first ever water-powered cotton.
This villa is set feet away from Cascades Gardens. The center of Cromford is miles from the property. Guests can dine at Biddy's Tea Rooms within feet from the venue. The Malthouse offers comfy accommodation in Cromford, close to Equatorial.
The village of Cromford is built snugly amongst fine rock scenery and sits astride the main A6 Derby road at the southern end of Matlock Dale deep in the Derwent Valley. The book shop also boasts a cafe with splendid views across the mill pond.
Find the perfect cromford village stock photo. Huge collection, amazing choice, + million high quality, affordable RF and RM images. No need to register, buy now. Trail starts at High Peak Junction, just south of the village.
Buy. 1 Quiltessential, Mill Road, ☏ +44 Specialist fabric shop 2 Scarthin Books, The Promenade, Scarthin, Cromford DE4 3QF, ☏ [email protected] Monday-Saturday ; Sunday The village of Cromford is now part of the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage site. This view of it was possibly taken in the mid to late s and looks down the lower slopes of Cromford Hill towards the Market Place, which was built in the late eighteenth century by Sir Richard Arkwright.
Located in Cromford in the Derbyshire region, The Malthouse is a 5-star property featuring free WiFi. The property is 19 miles from Derby. The vacation home features 9 separate bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen with a dining area and dishwasher, and a living room with a TV.
This app will take you on a tour back in time to when Sir Richard Arkwright pioneered the world’s first successful water powered cotton spinning mill with an introductory tour of the main mill complex and surrounding area including Cromford Village.
Follow the route and hear more about the secrets of Sir Richard Arkwright’s work; how and why he choose Cromford to build his mills and find. Leawood Pump House is km away, while Hall Leys Park is km from the venue.
Cromford city centre is 1 km away. Linda's Plaice, The Market Place Restaurant and Parkys Eatery with a range of dishes are 50 metres away. The Malthouse Holiday home is located close to Cromford Studio & Art Gallery.
The nearest East Midlands airport is 35 km away. Positioned on the edge of the popular village of Cromford which offers an abundance of amenities such as, pubs, restaurants and shops.
Guests can explore the countryside on foot along the various routes that lead from the doorstep, including the famous High Peak visitors centre, the Cromford Canal, and the High Peak trail leading to the Black Rocks and Tissington Trail.
North Street lies on the southern edge of the Peak District National Park in the village of Cromford, which is famed for its former water-powered cotton spinning one of the many planned walks to explore the village itself and the surrounding area.
Step back in time at the nearby Crich Tramway Village which offers a fun day out for all, with its recreated period street, the. The Secret Cottage - The Secret Cottage apartment is located in Cromford.
It is a 1-bedroom accommodation with a free private parking lot and a free parking lot. Cromford is set in a valley, surrounded by wooded hills and cliffs, bordered by the River Derwent to the east and vast quarries to the west.
There are many paths and trails giving extensive views of the village and beyond. Cromford is a sturdy, stone built village, cut through by the busy Cromford. Cromford is a village and civil parish in Derbyshire, England, in the valley of the River Derwent between Wirksworth and is first mentioned in the 11th-century Domesday Book as a berewick (supporting farm) of Wirksworth and this remained the case throughout the Middle Ages.
The population at the Census was 1,  It is principally known for its historical connection with.Perfect location in village of Cromford with parking at the door.
A warm welcome with logs for the fire, a tray of tea and a bottle of wine. The cottage was warm and cosy with a smart bathroom, comfortable beds and plenty of room for pets. Cromford has lots of eateries, pubs, shops and places to visit. It is also the perfect centre for walking.Cromford is an ancient settlement, mentioned in the Domesday book of as an outlying region of Wirksworth.
Initially a peaceful, small village, Cromford boomed during the Industrial Revolution, when its geographical size, population and prosperity increased vastly.