Places

In a new series, botanical enthusiast Martyn Baguley takes a deep dive into the intelligence of plants,

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Andrew Griffiths speaks to Fr Jamie MacLeod and to the Environment Agency head engineer who worked tirelessly to save the dam.

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Award-winning local photographer Robert Falconer talks through some of his favourite images, captured across our beautiful county.

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Exploring the Derbyshire village of Monyash, where water is mysteriously hard to find...

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White Peak

From the trespassers of 1932 to the breathtaking views on its doorstep, Hayfield is a village synonymous with excellent walks and hospitality.

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A breezy cycle tour from Chesterfield to the Palaeolithic hunting ground of Creswell Crags via the Stuart splendour of Bolsover Castle

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Local author and historian Stephen Bailey has dedicated years to discovering the stories of Derbyshire’s roads; charting their development through the centuries in his book The Old Roads of Derbyshire.

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How lockdown helped bring what’s on our doorstep into sharper focus.

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While tales and folklore pass through generations, technology too can reconnect us to our county’s past

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A lifetime’s passion for stone walling has taken her across the globe, yet for Glossop’s Sally Hodgson, there really is no place like home.

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Mike Smith explores the unique and wonderfully idiosyncratic village of Edensor

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Chatsworth

Andrew Griffiths goes in search of the future and finds some answers in his local town hall

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A stunning ridge ride exploring the Hope Valley horseshoe. Mam Tor awaits the intrepid, while the delights of Castleton and Edale tempt at either end.

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John Plowright reviews Hugh Brogan’s A School in England and shines a light on Repton School’s illustrious and varied past.

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Streaming services have been in high demand since the nation retreated indoors, with many turning to Amazon, Sky, Netflix and others to keep them entertained. What better time, then, to check out Derbyshire’s contribution to the screen world.

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Mike Smith unearths past tales and present trails around the intriguing village of Hassop - a perfect post-social distancing destination.

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Whaley Bridge became the focus of world attention last summer, when the reservoir dam cracked and threatened to wash away the town. Now the reports have been published. Andrew Griffiths investigates.

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To anyone with a passing knowledge of Peak District history, the current Government advice to self-isolate to limit the spread of the coronavirus is a chilling reminder of the “visitation” of the Plague to Eyam nearly 355 years ago.

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Join In The Peak District Hills Emoji Quiz

Monday, May 4, 2020

Can you name these Peak Ditrict hills from the emoji riddles?

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