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Interpreting the Derwent Valley

Interpreting the Derwent Valley

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Published by Derbyshire County Council in Matlock .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementprepared by Dartington Amenity Research Trust on behalf of the Derwent Valley Project Steering Committee.
ContributionsDartington Amenity Research Trust., Derwent Valley Project Steering Committee.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14167726M

To book a place on this walk please call Derbyshire Wildlife Trust on Walk No 1 Derwent Valley Heritage Way - Belper Mill to Cromford Mills Start time: am End time: pm (approx) Starts at the car park at Belper Station. Finishes at Cromford Wharf. Length: 10 miles (moderate walking along a . The Upper Derwent Valley is an area of the Peak District National Park in England. It largely lies in Derbyshire, but its north eastern area lies in Sheffield, South most significant features are the Derwent Dams, Ladybower, Derwent and Howden, which form Ladybower Reservoir, Derwent Reservoir and Howden Reservoir respectively.

Hotels near Derwent Valley Mills: ( mi) Alison House Hotel ( mi) Ashdale Guest House ( mi) Willersley Castle Hotel ( mi) Hodgkinson's Hotel ( mi) Pig of Lead; View all hotels near Derwent Valley Mills on Tripadvisor4/5(17). Derwent Valley Butchery, Matlock, Derbyshire. likes 59 talking about this 5 were here. A bespoke butchery located in Matlock, Derbyshire5/5.

  The Activity Book has been produced to inspire families to take a ride on the Derwent Valley Line between Nottingham, Derby and Matlock and explore the wonderful history, wildlife and landscape of the Derwent Valley. The new Activity Book includes a fun family walking trail from each station on the Derwent Valley Line between Duffield and Matlock. Derwent Valley Resort is located in New Norfolk. Museum of Old and New Art and Tasmanian Transport Museum are cultural highlights, and some of the area's attractions include Rosedown Gardens and Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary/10(28).


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Derwent Valley Mills and their Communities This book tells the story of the industrialisation of Derbyshire’s Derwent Valley during the last 30 years of the eighteenth century and beyond by successive generations of textile factory masters.

Willow Court forms the historically-significant centre of the Royal Derwent Hospital, the site of Australia’s longest continually-operated mental health facility.

Derwent Valley Council took ownership of the precinct in the early s. The original barracks building on the site pre-dates the architecture of Port Arthur. The Derwent Valley Heritage Way is a key walking route linking the attractions of the valley. It extends beyond the boundaries of the DerwentWISE project but provides a route for walkers entering and leaving it as well as a passage through.

This project will To review and republish the Guide to the Derwent Valley Heritage Way. Project to provide interpretation panels at important historical sites around the scheme area.

To enhance the visitor experience and allow the different sites to get their stories across. Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site, Shand House, Dale Road South, Darley Dale, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3RU.

Graham Twigg, 1 book Alan F Finch, 1 book Edmund Driver, 1 book Richard Poynder, 1 book Derwent Publications Ltd., 1 book Publisher Search Try a keyword. Search. Contact with the Derwent Valley was by ferry until the first road connecting New Norfolk to Hobart was built in It is along this very scenic riverside road you will travel as you drive into the valley.

The Derwent Valley is a major rural, sheep and hop growing region. Friends of Derwent Valley SUP; Learn to SUP on the still waters of the Derwent River Tasmania.

come SUP with us Book Now. Bec January 'We had a fantastic experience and Cameron's guidance helped me feel confident on the water. I can't wait to do it again.

Totally recommend giving it a try.'. Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site Interpretation Plan (July ) Page Number 4 It goes on to identify as a key aim ‘to increase public awareness of, and interest in, the WHS, to realise its full potential as an education and learning resource and establish a coordinated research framework.’.

In articulating the vision, the Derwent Valley Council, the valley’s economic renewal group, Valley Vision, and the project consultancy team acknowledged the necessity for thematic interpretation planning to lead the project development, given the potential of thematic interpretation to deliver a compelling visitor experience at the site.

Derwent Valley Mills is a World Heritage Site along the River Derwent in Derbyshire, England, designated in December It is administered by the Derwent Valley Mills Partnership. The modern factory, or 'mill', system was born here in the 18th century to accommodate the new technology for spinning cotton developed by Richard nates: 53°1′44″N 1°29′17″W /.

The Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site Great Place Scheme has a focus on supporting our local businesses as they are an essential part of our communities. The World Heritage Site has been working with businesses and organisations located here since inscription in Derwent Valley Reservoirs in the Upper Derwent Valley of Derbyshire and the Peak District Over years ago the Upper Derwent Valley in North Derbyshire and the Peak District was identified as having all the necessary attributes for water storage to satisfy the growing needs of the local population and industry in North Derbyshire, Sheffield, Nottingham, Derby and Leicester, the valley being.

Derwent Valley Resort provides a range of accommodations from budget-conscious to luxury accommodations. All accommodations includes free parking and free WiFi. Guests can enjoy the fitness center, communal kitchen, BBQ and games room including a billiards table/10(74).

The Derwent Valley, and other poems [Barrass, Alexander] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Derwent Valley, and other poems. The Derwent Valley Light Railway, [READING S J] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Derwent Valley Light Railway. The Derwent Valley Medical Centre is a fully renovated and purpose built Medical Centre. We provide great facilities and services and comfort to our Doctors, Patients and Staff by the provision of our improved surgery along with our Allied Health and specialist services.

The Derwent Valley, and Other Poems: [Barrass, Alexander] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Derwent Valley, and Other Poems: Life is better with a Derwent Experience Take some time to relax and enjoy this summer with a personalised experience for you and your friends in Tasmania’s beautiful Derwent Valley.

Choose from one of our regular public tours, use one of our recommended itineraries for your group or BYO itinerary for between 4 to 11 people. The Derwent Valley Heritage Way is a superb 55 mile journey through the Derbyshire countryside.

Stretching from Ladybower Reservoir in the north to Shardlow in the south, the way-marked route passes through the Peak District National Park, Chatsworth, the spa town of Matlock and the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site to its final destination at the confluence of the rivers Derwent and Trent.

The Derwent Valley Heritage Way is a 55 mile waymarked route which explores the length of Derbyshire’s River Derwent. The route was developed by the Derwent Valley Trust with input from the Peak National Park, and other local authorities, with support of the World Heritage status which is granted to the length of the route.

Community Participation. arts and more. Willow making at Duffield Arts Festival – Jo Wheeler celebrating the Derwent Valley; It will cover both photography and film making and will be linked to storytelling as a means of communicating and understanding the history of the area. Find out More.Derwent Valley Gazette, New Norfolk, Tasmania.

likes. The trusted voice of the Derwent Valley and Central Highlands community, providing the latest in local news and engaging content/5. The exhibition Views from the Derwent Valley by artist Ruth Gray captured the valley as it is now but it is an ever-evolving landscape with factories being turned into offices and shops or being replaced by homes as we no longer need the river to power them.