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Re: Searching for Answers
Re: Searching for Answers – A free event to help new researchers get started. Discover how and what to research in and around the Derwent Valley Mills WHS.
Bamfords, Auctioneers and Valuers, invite you to bring along items of interest for a free valuation, which can be left for auction in the next appropriate sale.
Arkwright Society Evening Talk
Arkwright Society Evening Talk: Adrian Farmer looks through photographs and other images of the Derwent Valley which have surfaced in the past year,
Kids at Cromford: It’s a Spring thing!
Kids at Cromford: It’s a Spring Thing!
The Mill is alive with spring! Come and join in our springtime activities for families.
What is a Relict Landscape?
Adrian Farmer explores the rural landscape setting of the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site on a free two-hour walk on International World Heritage Site Day.
Spring into Easter
Spring into Easter: It’s spring at the Mill and flowers are blooming! Get involved in our Easter Weekend activities including a guest visit from Woodie’s Wings
Ladies for Loos
Ladies for Loos invite you to the Grand Opening of the new Accessible Loo in the Unitarian Chapel, Belper, with concert, refreshments and raffle
Arkwright Artisan Market
ARKWRIGHT ARTISAN MARKET:
A regular market showcasing the work and produce of a wide variety of Derbyshire artisans.
Leawood Pumphouse in Steam
Leawood Pumphouse, just a short walk along the canal from High Peak Junction, will be in steam.
Ancient Tracks of Cromford walk
Discover the Roman ford that gave Cromford its name, ancient tracks and packhorse ways, and the stony road that Daniel Defoe took in 1724 to reach Matlock Bath.
Kids at Cromford: Nature Crafts
Kids at Cromford
Nature crafts for families during the school holidays.
Into the Depths!
A longer countryside walk through the Depth O’ Lumb with walk leader Dawn Churchill starting from Strutt’s North Mill, Belper