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“Mr Arkwright” 25th July – 3rd November
New Interactive Art Installation at Cromford Mills
Belper in Wartime
Belper in Wartime walk: on the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II, discover the hidden heritage that has survived and the stories from Belper’s time during the two World Wars,
Water Power in Belper
Water Power in Belper: A walk around the water ways of the Belper Mill complex, seeing how the Strutt’s used water from the Derwent to power their cotton mills.
Antiques Valuation Afternoon
Antiques Valuation Afternoon: bring along items of interest for free valuation, which can be left for auction in the next appropriate sale.
Heritage Open Days
Heritage Open Days is England’s biggest heritage festival celebrating our fantastic history, architecture and culture.
Leawood Pumphouse in Steam
See Leawood Pumphouse in steam.
Belper in Old Maps
Belper in Old Maps: A walk, looking at Belper through the eyes of the cartographer, discovering old Belper through historic maps.
Arkwright Society Evening Talk
Doreen Buxton presents an illustrated talk to trace the mill building activity along the brook during 18th & 19th century
Celebrate the end of summer and the start of the autumn harvest. Join us for scarecrows, autumn crafts, Folk Friendzy and more.
Arkwright Artisan Market
A regular market showcasing the work and produce of a variety of Derbyshire artisans.
The Great Belper High Street
The Great Belper High Street walk: Find out how Belper’s history contributed to the town’s Great British High Street win in 2014
Whatapalava Folk Ensemble
Relax in in style to Whatapalava’s traditional tunes and songs whilst cruising the Cromford Canal on the narrowboat Birdswood.
Industrial Revolution Conference
Industrial Revolution Conference, the Arkwright Society’s annual conference returns to Cromford Mills with leading experts on the Industrial Revolution
Belper 200 Years Ago
Belper 200 Years Ago: In 1819, a huge map of the Strutt Estate was created. Now we’ll take a look at what has survived on this walk with Adrian Farmer