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Wednesday 18th October 2017

Ask the Archivist

Time: 10am to 4pm
Venue: Belper Library, Bridge Street, Belper, DE56 1BA
FREE. No need to book, just call in.

Want to find out more about Belper Local Studies Library? Need some help with a piece of local research? Come and see the resources we have in the library about life in past and present Belper and Derbyshire. Help will be on hand to answer your queries, and point you in the right direction.

Ancestry One to One Help Sessions

Time: 10am to 4pm
Venue: Belper Library, Bridge Street, Belper, DE56 1BA
FREE. Pre-book your one to one session on 01629 533919.

Ancestry is free in Derbyshire Libraries –  want to know more. Book in for a one to one session and take a look.

Storytelling Walk for Adults – CANCELLED

We are sorry but this walk has now been cancelled.

Time: 11am
Starts from Cromford Wharf, Mill Lane, Cromford, DE4 3RQ
Cost: £5 per person. Pre-booking recommended on 01629 536831. Please wear stout shoes and clothing appropriate for the weather.

Historical storywalk for adults around Cromford – a chance to learn and be entertained, as you see the village in a new light.

Early Industry in Holbrook Walk

Time: 1pm or 2pm! 1pm from Belper Market Place, DE56 1FZ or 2pm from Pond Road, Holbrook, DE56 0TX (see google map below).
£4 per person. Pre-booking recommended on 01629 536831. Trent’s Sevens buses from Belper arrive at Pond Road at 1.39pm where there is a bus shelter and benches on the green. Check the Trent Buses website for details. Please wear stout shoes and clothing appropriate for the weather.

A six mile circular walk, three mile linear walk, or one mile village walk – take your pick! A look at this attractive village, learning about its industrial past. The circular walk from Belper Market Place includes a countryside walk to Holbrook, or start at the village. Also includes a visit to the Spotted Cow for a refreshment/toilet break, and the Holbrook local community exhibition. Afterwards there’s an option to walk back to Belper via Bargate, Pinchom Hill and Mill Lane.

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