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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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 Walk - Discover Derbyshire and the Peak District

2016-4-9  Terrain: A short climb out of Brassington, but generally easy going along moorland paths, quiet country roads and the High Peak Trail. THE ROUTE 1. From the car park, walk down Wirksworth Dale and turn left at the bottom of the road towards

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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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Carsington, Brassington the Cromford and High Peak ...

Derbyshire WalkCarsington, Brassington the Cromford and High Peak Railway. Derbyshire Walk. Carsington, Brassington the Cromford and High Peak Railway. Walk Grading. County/Area - Derbyshire. Author - Lou Johnson. Length - 9.5 miles / 15.4 km. Ascent - 1400 feet / 424 metres. Time - 6 hours 10 minutes.

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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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Endale Wirksworth Brassington Peak District Self ...

Endale is the ideal romantic retreat for a couple looking to enjoy the quaint village of Brassington and the Derbyshire countryside. Resting on the fringes of the Peak District, this cottage is perfect for walkers and lovers of the outdoors. Step into the property and be greeted by the delightful living space, with a classic open fire offering ...

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Valley View Barn - Derbyshire Cottage, Peak District Holiday

Valley View Barn is a stunning converted barn located in Bradbourne, Derbyshire. This spacious, well-equipped property, with views across the gorgeous countryside, is the perfect haven to relax and unwind in during your Peak District retreat!

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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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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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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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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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Endale Wirksworth Brassington Peak District Self ...

Endale is the ideal romantic retreat for a couple looking to enjoy the quaint village of Brassington and the Derbyshire countryside. Resting on the fringes of the Peak District, this cottage is perfect for walkers and lovers of the outdoors. Step into the property and be greeted by the delightful living space, with a classic open fire offering ...

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Carsington walk - Carsington Pasture - Brassington - Peak ...

Route: Carsington Pasture. Area: Peak District. Date of walk: 7th June 2021. Walkers: Andrew and Gilly. Distance: 6.4 miles. Ascent: 1,000 feet. Weather: Mixed sunshine and clouds, very warm. It’s been five years since we last visited the Peak District and a return visit was well overdue. We decided to base our short stay in the south of the ...

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Brassington Genealogy Resources Parish Registers ...

2021-5-8  BRASSINGTON, anciently Brazinctune, is a township, village, and parish, formed out of Bradbourne in 1886, 6 miles north from Ashborne, 4 west from Wirksworth terminal station, on the branch of the Midland railway and 5 south from Winster, in the Western division of the county, Bradbourne civil parish, Wirksworth hundred, petty sessional division and county court district, Ashborne union, rural ...

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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

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Derbyshire’s Lakeland - the villages of Bradbourne and ...

2014-11-10  Bradbourne is known as ‘A Thankful Village’, the only such place in Derbyshire. With its architectural beauty and its tranquil setting, the place has much to be thankful for, but its official designation actually commemorates a very different reason for the village to be thankful.

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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.org. 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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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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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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Brassington holiday cottages – Peak Cottages

Whitebeam Cottage. Brassington, Peak District. people 8. hotel 4. 2. pets 3. A delightful four-bedroom detached family property located in the heart of the pretty Peak District village of Brassington, the cottage also benefits from a cosy wood burner and games room. 7

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Bradbourne - an ancient village in Derbyshire England

2020-11-10  Bradbourne Bradbourne in Derbyshire is an ancient village situated 4 miles north east of Ashbourne off the A5056 and stands high on a ridge between the valleys of Bradbourne Brook and Havenhill Dale, enjoying some fine views. It was recorded in

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Derbyshire’s Lakeland - the villages of Bradbourne and ...

2014-11-10  Bradbourne is known as ‘A Thankful Village’, the only such place in Derbyshire. With its architectural beauty and its tranquil setting, the place has much to be thankful for, but its official designation actually commemorates a very different reason for the village to be thankful.

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Carsington walk - Carsington Pasture - Brassington - Peak ...

Route: Carsington Pasture. Area: Peak District. Date of walk: 7th June 2021. Walkers: Andrew and Gilly. Distance: 6.4 miles. Ascent: 1,000 feet. Weather: Mixed sunshine and clouds, very warm. It’s been five years since we last visited the Peak District and a return visit was well overdue. We decided to base our short stay in the south of the ...

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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

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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.org. 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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20 best Brassington walks - Visorando

Biggin, Wolfscote Beresford Dales from Hartington ( Download : ) 5.49mi +381ft -381ft 2h50 Easy. Starting point in Hartington Town Quarter - Derbyshire. This Peak District walk explores three dales in the White Peak starting from the village of Hartington. The walk is generally easy underfoot and provides a good introduction to this area.

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Home The Miners Arms Brassington

The Miners Arms Brassington is nestled in the beautiful Derbyshire Dales countryside. Offering real local ales, honest home-cooked food and delightful accommodation. Public House, Bed and Breakfast, Places to stay in Brassington.

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