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English Heritage sites in Derbyshire

* Arbor Low Stone Circle and GIB Hill Barrow *
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Fine Neolithic monuments comprising a recumbent circle of white limestone slabs, surrounded by a large ditch and bank.

Map Ref: SK 160636

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* Bolsover Cundy House *
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17th Century conduit house used to supply water to Bolsover Castle. It has recently been restored, with a solid stone vaulted roof.

Map Ref: SK 470707

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* Hardwick Old Hall *
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This large, ruined house fin ished in 1591 was the birthplace and family of Bess of Hardwick, one of the most remarkable women of the Elizabethan age.

Map Ref: SK 462637

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* Hob Hurst’s House *
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A small prehistoric burial chamber with an earthwork ditch and outer bank.

Map Ref: SK 287692



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* Nine Ladies Stone Circle *
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This early Bronze Age circle, 15 metres across, is adjacent to other religious sites on Stanton Moor.

Map Ref: SK 249635

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* Peveril Castle *
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This castle, perched high above the pretty village of Castleton, offers breathtaking views of the Peak District.

Map Ref: SK 149826

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* Sutton Scarsdale Hall *
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This 18th century remodelling of an earlier house is now in ruins but visitors can see the fragments of its former rich plaster decoration.

Map Ref: TF 213578

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* Wingfield Manor *
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A huge ruined country mansion, Wingfield manor, was built in 1440 by Ralph, Lord Cromwell, Treasurer of England.

Map Ref: SK 374548

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