The following links may be of interest
Bank House Farm Caravan and Camping Park is located in Hulme End, a hamlet 10 miles north of Ashbourne and 10 miles south of Buxton. Situated within the heart of the Peak District, the site offers stunning scenery and fantastic access to the surrounding area and attractions of the Peak District, Derbyshire and the Moorlands of Staffordshire. website
More Than Mono created by Stephen Hodgetts, represents a collection of Black & White Fine Art Photographs together with mono influenced colour shots.www.morethanmono.co.uk
A great website all about Leek and what's going on around the area.
cars at affordable prices!”
Eagle Motors used cars for sale, Leek, Staffs Quality used cars on sale between £1,500.00 and £5,000.00, ideal for first time buyers or as a second family car.
Also quality repairs undertaken
The Bears Barn, Holiday cottage, Hartington, Derbyshire
The Bears Barn is part of a two storey barn in the beautiful village of Hartington, in the Peak District National Park.
Fancy a ride in Britain's finest National Park? Then check out this website for the best places to go on two wheels in the Peak District, with routes to suit all abilities and a round-up of the local facilities and attractions on offer.
Have a great day out for kids 2 to 92 at Alton Towers.
Chatsworth House is a not-to-be-missed Stately Home with magnificent rooms showing how the super rich lived in the 18th and 19th century. The setting of the house in spectacular gardens is stunning.
Try something a bit different and visit Buxton Raceway. There's banger and stockcar racing - a thoroughly good day out.
Return to the age of steam and take a trip with the Churnet Valley railway. The engines really do feel "alive".
Poole's Cavern is well worth a visit with stories of old bones and highway robbery as well as some nice rock formations.
The Blue John Cavern is a series of caverns considered to be the finest range in Great Britain. The Cavern Tours are of immense interest showing how the caverns were formed and how the limestone has been formed by the deposits on the floors of great oceans which have long since receded, as the fossilised remains of marine animals now show.
Gulliver’s Kingdom at Matlock is a family theme park designed to cater for families with children between the age of two and thirteen. All its rides and attractions are designed to offer the whole family a full day out of fun and excitement.
The village of Eyam, (pronounced 'eem',) in Derbyshire, became famous during the Black Death of 1665. An outbreak of the plague was contained when the villagers decided to isolate from the surrounding communities. You can walk round this historic village tracing the steps of these heroic people.
The Swythamley Centre a great place for parties, wedding receptions, community events and tractor rallies! website
Roaches Furniture, hand - made pine furniture made for you in the heart of the Peak District countryside
We make standard and bespoke furniture to enhance any home. website