Prehistoric Sites in Derbyshire




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The Plough Inn

The Plough Inn

You will receive a warm welcome from your hosts Bob and Cynthia Emery. Our privately owned 16th century Inn situated in 9 acres of its own land set in idyllic surroundings on the banks of the River Derwent. Our tastefully decorated and intimate restaurant offers the ideal environment in which … more >>


HISTORY CORNER

Name the Historic attraction

Name the mystery historic attraction
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British History Quiz

This battle took place on 9 August, 1588 and ended with the failure of the Spanish Armada invasion attempt



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This Day in British History

26 May, 1676

Fire of Southwark

Ten years after the devastating Great Fire of London, this blaze sweeps along the south bank of the Thames, burning 625 houses

Monarch Mayhem

The protoypical 'wicked uncle', this king was popularly blamed for murdering Edward V



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National Trust

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Edale (Self catering)
Heath Cottage, Edale

Heath Cottage

This detached stone built cottage is in the hamlet of Ollerbrook within the Peak District National Park and can accommodate two people in one double bedroom.
Sleeps 2

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Swanwick (Self catering)
Two Tees, Swanwick

Two Tees

This three bedroom property, located in Swanwick on the edge of the Peak District National Park, is able to sleep a total of five people.
Sleeps 5

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