Conservation & Restoration
Building Conservation in Derbyshire
Wheathills OPEN WEEKEND exhibitors
English Heritage sites in Derbyshire
Fine Neolithic monuments
comprising a recumbent circle of white limestone
slabs, surrounded by a large ditch and bank.
Ref: SK 160636
conduit house used to supply water to Bolsover
Castle. It has recently been restored, with
a solid stone vaulted roof.
Map Ref: SK 470707
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.
Ref: SK 462637
A small prehistoric
burial chamber with an earthwork ditch and
Map Ref: SK 287692
This early Bronze
Age circle, 15 metres across, is adjacent to
other religious sites on Stanton Moor.
Map Ref: SK 249635
perched high above the pretty village of Castleton,
offers breathtaking views of the Peak District.
Ref: SK 149826
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
A huge ruined
country mansion, Wingfield manor, was built
in 1440 by Ralph, Lord Cromwell, Treasurer
Map Ref: SK 374548