St Edwin’s Chapel and hermitage

St Edwin’s Chapel and hermitage cross and plaque is a little off the 'normal' routes taken in Sherwood Forest but ...
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Lancaster bomber flying over Derwent reservoir

Lancaster bomber flying over Derwent reservoir returning from a walk up to Alport Castles we luckily saw the Lancaster overflying ...
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Alport Castles part of the National Trust’s High Peak Estate

Alport Castles are over half a mile long and possibly the largest landslip in the UK. debris from the landslide, ...
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Thor’s cave in the Manifold valley Staffordshire

Thor's cave is in the Manifold valley. Part of the River Manifold is subterranean because it disappears underground just past ...
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Froghall Wharf and lime kilns on the Caldon canal

Froghall Wharf from the bbc website - "Froghall Wharf on the Caldon Canal was used for loading limestone into the ...
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Le Champignon Sauvage

Le Champignon Sauvage in Cheltenham is the best restaurant I have ever experienced. Food, staff, ambience, the whole package was ...
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Mathersgrave stoop

Mathersgrave stoop appears to be taller than normal but it is set to its full height into the wall whereas ...
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Peter’s Stone Cressbrook Dale

Peter’s Stone is a circular limestone dome in the Wardlow Mires, northern end of Cressbrook Dale. It is also referred ...
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Rudyard Lake

from Wikipedia - Rudyard Lake is a reservoir in Rudyard, Staffordshire. It was constructed in the late 18th century to ...
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