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  • Kilometre 40 and beyond in the Peak District

    2019-2-1 · Continue along the road. In 1.4 kilometres (0.9 miles) turn left at the T-junction signposted to Brassington Kniveton and Ashbourne. Brassington is entered in 300 metres. Kilometre 42 (Mile 26) Brassington. Derbyshire has many attractive hill villages and Brassington is no exception. In Brassington turn right signposted to Bradbourne and

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  • Derbyshire tithe and enclosure maps

    2019-7-1 · Bradbourne 1840 Bradley 1839 Bradwell 1844 Copy from microfilm only Brailsford 1837 This map cannot be digitised Brampton 1840 Please ask if a digital copy can be made Brassington N/A Breadsall N/A Breaston 1841 Brimington 1849 Brough and Shatton 1844 Brownside N/A See Chinley Brushfield (Bakewell) c1847

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  • For the residents of and visitors to Brassington

    The congregation however is too small to require the undivided attention of the vicar who ministers to Bradbourne and Ballidon as well as Brassington. The cricket team playing on barely-suitable pitches at Wash Hills Harborough and Longcliffe had existed at least as early as 1862.

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  • Holiday Rentals near Tissington Trail and High Peak Trail

    This semi-detached cottage is located in the Derbyshire village of Brassington and can sleep two people.Pail End is a semi-detached cottage next to the owner #39s home in the Peak District cottage of Brassington. The cottage sleeps two people and has a double bedroom a

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  • Derbyshire Peak Fringe and Lower Derwent

    2017-12-11 · Derbyshire Peak Fringe and Lower Derwent Character Area 50 Part 13.3 Physical Influences The underlying geology is the cause of transitional changes in the landscape. Bands of sandstone mudstone and coal seams in the east give way to a predominance of sandstone and gritstone as the land rises towards the Peak District. Occasional outcrops of

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  • Brassington holiday cottagesPeak Cottages

    Whitebeam Cottage. Brassington Peak District. people 8. hotel 4. 2. pets 3. A delightful four-bedroom detached family property located in the heart of the pretty Peak District village of Brassington the cottage also benefits from a cosy wood burner and games room. 7 nights £1 084-£1 841.

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  • Derbyshire s Lakelandthe villages of Bradbourne and

    2014-11-10 · Bradbourne is known as A Thankful Village the only such place in Derbyshire. With its architectural beauty and its tranquil setting the place has much to be thankful for but its official designation actually commemorates a very different reason for the village to be thankful.

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  • The Andrews Pages Brassington Derbyshire Kelly s

    2020-1-2 · The Andrews Pages Brassington Derbyshire Kelly s Directory 1891. BRASSINGTON anciently BRAZINCTUNE is a township village and parish formed out of Bradbourne in 1886 6 miles north from Ashborne 4 west from Wirksworth the nearest railway station and 5 south from Winster in the Western division of the county Bradbourne civil parish

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  • Peak District Landscape Strategy 2009Derbyshire Fringe

    2020-2-29 · 6 Derbyshire Peak Fringe Derbyshire Peak Fringe abuts the White Peak there is often a mixture of limestone and gritstone buildings with stone slate or clay tiled roofs reflecting the changing geologies. The area west of Chesterfield has long been important for industry. Industries here frequently had medieval origins but most increased

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  • The Carsington LoopVisit Peak District Derbyshire

    7. Cross over a road then immediately turn right to access the High Peak Trail. Turn left rising up the incline. Pass Harboro Rocks then fork right to Longcliffe. 8. Head left along a track veering left of the road. Turn left and descend to Brassington. 9. Turn right towards Bradbourne.

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  • Peak District Landscape Strategy 2009Derbyshire Fringe

    2020-2-29 · There is a very variable settlement pattern within the Derbyshire Peak Fringe. Nucleated villages such as Tissington Brassington and Bradbourne are features of the more productive land in the south of the area. These settlements are often associated with a scattering of farms and roadside dwellings nearby in more dissected areas and on

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  • For the residents of and visitors to Brassington

    Map = OS White Peak (OL 24) Derby (259) An epic route providing excellent off-roading amid stunning scenery. There is quite a lot of tarmac but virtually all of it is quiet country lanes. The climb up Larkstone Lane defined the word steep . Head out of Brassington on the road to Bradbourne.

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  • Derbyshire s Lakelandthe villages of Bradbourne and

    2014-11-10 · Bradbourne is known as A Thankful Village the only such place in Derbyshire. With its architectural beauty and its tranquil setting the place has much to be thankful for but its official designation actually commemorates a very different reason for the village to be thankful.

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  • Derbyshire Peak Fringe and Lower Derwent

    2017-12-11 · Derbyshire Peak Fringe and Lower Derwent Character Area 50 Part 13.3 Physical Influences The underlying geology is the cause of transitional changes in the landscape. Bands of sandstone mudstone and coal seams in the east give way to a predominance of sandstone and gritstone as the land rises towards the Peak District. Occasional outcrops of

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  • Middleton by Wirksworth Peak District Towns and Villages

    Bradbourne lies about 1 mile west of Brassington. It too has a fine church which is also partly Norman in construction. The point of greatest interest however is the Saxon Cross which stands in the churchyard. This probably dates from the 8th or 9th centuries and though made from soft sandstone and very weathered is still quite impressive.

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  • Derbyshire tithe and enclosure maps

    2019-7-1 · Bradbourne 1840 Bradley 1839 Bradwell 1844 Copy from microfilm only Brailsford 1837 This map cannot be digitised Brampton 1840 Please ask if a digital copy can be made Brassington N/A Breadsall N/A Breaston 1841 Brimington 1849 Brough and Shatton 1844 Brownside N/A See Chinley Brushfield (Bakewell) c1847

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  • Hiking Route D224A BrassingtonBallidonBradbourne

    2020-12-9 · Bradbourne is a "doubly thankful" village. Bradbourne is the only such village in Derbyshire and one of only 13 in all of England and Wales. It contains some impressive houses including Bradbourne Hall. Instead of the more direct route back to Brassington it is worth extending it with a southerly circuit around

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  • Hiking Route D224A BrassingtonBallidonBradbourne

    2020-12-9 · Bradbourne is a "doubly thankful" village. Bradbourne is the only such village in Derbyshire and one of only 13 in all of England and Wales. It contains some impressive houses including Bradbourne Hall. Instead of the more direct route back to Brassington it is worth extending it with a southerly circuit around

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  • The Andrews Pages Brassington Derbyshire Kelly s

    2020-1-2 · The Andrews Pages Brassington Derbyshire Kelly s Directory 1891. BRASSINGTON anciently BRAZINCTUNE is a township village and parish formed out of Bradbourne in 1886 6 miles north from Ashborne 4 west from Wirksworth the nearest railway station and 5 south from Winster in the Western division of the county Bradbourne civil parish

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  • Carsington Water Peak District Towns and Villages

    Bradbourne lies about 1 mile west of Brassington. It too has a fine church which is also partly Norman in construction. The point of greatest interest however is the Saxon Cross which stands in the churchyard. This probably dates from the 8th or 9th centuries and though made from soft sandstone and very weathered is still quite impressive.

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  • Bradbourne Derbyshire Family History GuideParishmouse

    2020-10-9 · Brassington Historical Descriptions Bradbourne The Imperial Gazetteer of England Wales 1870. BRADBOURNE a township in Ashborne district and a parish in Ashborne and Bakewell districts Derby. The township lies on an affluent of the river Dove 5 miles NNE of Ashborne r. station. Real property £2 733. Pop. 144. Houses 28.

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  • St James CemeteryBrassington DerbyshireWorldwide

    2019-12-18 · Brassington only became a parish in the early 18th century being prior to that a mere chapelry of Bradbourne its near neighbour to the southwest. The area is upland Brassington is sited at around 270 metres above sea level although as it is built upon a steep slope the upper portion is almost 50 metres higher than the lower.

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  • Valley View BarnDerbyshire Cottage Peak District Holiday

    Valley View Barn is a stunning converted barn located in Bradbourne Derbyshire. This spacious well-equipped property with views across the gorgeous countryside is the perfect haven to relax and unwind in during your Peak District retreat

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  • Bicycle ride around the Tissington Trail High Peak Trail

    Bicycle ride around the Tissington Trail High Peak Trail to Brassington - Derbyshire Peak District A ride from Parsley Hey along the High Peak Trail to Longcliffe and Harboro Rocks then down to the pretty village of Brassington on to Bradbourne and Tissington before returning along the Tissington Trail to

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    2018-1-7 · Liberties of Brassington and Carsington which were long ago (15th century ) incorporated into the Soke and Wapentake of Wirksworth (part of the Low Peak administered by the Duchy of Lancaster) along with the adjoining small Liberties of Newton Grange Tissington and Bradbourne. Part of Brassington Liberty

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    2018-1-7 · Liberties of Brassington and Carsington which were long ago (15th century ) incorporated into the Soke and Wapentake of Wirksworth (part of the Low Peak administered by the Duchy of Lancaster) along with the adjoining small Liberties of Newton Grange Tissington and Bradbourne. Part of Brassington Liberty

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  • WIRKSWORTH-Parish Records-Brassington

    2015-4-28 · Brassington. a summary history based on Lands and lead miners (1991) by Ron Slack. Prehistory. Brassington lies in a steep north-south valley running down from the edge of the White Peak. To the north is the plateau of Brassington Moor to the east the high rough ground of Carsington Pasture and to the south the South Derbyshire Plain.

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  • Kilometre 40 and beyond in the Peak District

    2019-2-1 · Continue along the road. In 1.4 kilometres (0.9 miles) turn left at the T-junction signposted to Brassington Kniveton and Ashbourne. Brassington is entered in 300 metres. Kilometre 42 (Mile 26) Brassington. Derbyshire has many attractive hill villages and Brassington is no exception. In Brassington turn right signposted to Bradbourne and

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  • Bryn Hall Farm Brassington Lane Bradbourne Ashbourne

    Bradbourne is very much a warm and friendly rural village with a collective mix of fine individual period properties. It is in close proximity to the popular stone village of Brassington which offers facilities such as two local pubs schooling and recreational facilities.

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  • Derbyshire tithe and enclosure maps

    2019-7-1 · Bradbourne 1840 Bradley 1839 Bradwell 1844 Copy from microfilm only Brailsford 1837 This map cannot be digitised Brampton 1840 Please ask if a digital copy can be made Brassington N/A Breadsall N/A Breaston 1841 Brimington 1849 Brough and Shatton 1844 Brownside N/A See Chinley Brushfield (Bakewell) c1847

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  • Brassington Peak District Towns and Villages

    Bradbourne lies about 1 mile west of Brassington. It too has a fine church which is also partly Norman in construction. The point of greatest interest however is the Saxon Cross which stands in the churchyard. This probably dates from the 8th or 9th centuries and though made from soft sandstone and very weathered is still quite impressive.

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    2018-1-7 · Liberties of Brassington and Carsington which were long ago (15th century ) incorporated into the Soke and Wapentake of Wirksworth (part of the Low Peak administered by the Duchy of Lancaster) along with the adjoining small Liberties of Newton Grange Tissington and Bradbourne. Part of Brassington Liberty

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  • 20 best Brassington walksvisorando

    Biggin Wolfscote Beresford Dales from Hartington ( Download ) 5.49mi 381ft -381ft 2h50 Easy. Starting point in Hartington Town QuarterDerbyshire. This Peak District walk explores three dales in the White Peak starting from the village of Hartington. The walk is generally easy underfoot and provides a good introduction to this area.

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  • Trough Cottage Maddock Lake Brassington Derbyshire

    2021-6-20 · Brassington is a beautiful and historical village which has many wonderful buildings that have been carefully preserved. The village is set amongst the rocky limestone uplands of the southern White Peak and is surrounded by spectacular countryside with far reaching views and wonderful walks.

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  • BradbourneVillageVisit Peak District

    About. A remote hill village in quiet limestone countryside overlooking Havenhill Dale with Haven Hill to the south. The tiny cluster of limestone buildings here are grouped by the Elizabethan Bradbourne Hall and the noble church of All Saints which has the remnants of

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  • Brassington Lane Bradbourne Ashbourne Derbyshire

    7 bedroom detached house for sale in Brassington Lane Bradbourne Ashbourne Derbyshire DE6 for £2 250 000. Marketed by Scargill Mann Co Ashbourne

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  • For the residents of and visitors to Brassington

    Map = OS White Peak (OL 24) Derby (259) An epic route providing excellent off-roading amid stunning scenery. There is quite a lot of tarmac but virtually all of it is quiet country lanes. The climb up Larkstone Lane defined the word steep . Head out of Brassington on the road to Bradbourne.

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  • Derbyshire s Lakelandthe villages of Bradbourne and

    2014-11-10 · Bradbourne is known as A Thankful Village the only such place in Derbyshire. With its architectural beauty and its tranquil setting the place has much to be thankful for but its official designation actually commemorates a very different reason for the village to be thankful.

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