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Edensor Day

Edensor Day

The village of Edensor holds an annual village fayre and open gardens in June. This year we decided to attend Edensor Day for the first time and found the £5 per person entry fee extremely good value for money. The village itself has a long […]

Haddon Hall On The Verge of Summer

Haddon Hall On The Verge of Summer

Because  of the really glorious weather last weekend we took a trip over to Bakewell and had another wander around Haddon Hall. We were rewarded with some beautiful images of the hall and gardens, just some of which can be seen below. If you would […]

Capesthorne Hall

Capesthorne Hall

Over the bank holiday weekend we attended a fair at Capesthorne Hall in Cheshire near the village of Siddington. Luckily we were able to get out into the gardens and take a look around on what turned out to be the hottest Mayday Bank Holiday […]

The “Mini Beast From The East” on Bamford Edge

The “Mini Beast From The East” on Bamford Edge

Not sure why we have to name  storms these days but the “Mini Beast From The East” hit us this weekend. So not ones to miss out on a photo opportunity we visited Bamford edge to take a few pictures. If you want to see […]

Late Winter Snow on Derwent Edge

Late Winter Snow on Derwent Edge

Derwent edge is one of the most rewarding short walks that you can find in the Peak District. It’s easily accessible from Sheffield making it very popular. Too popular you might say because the car parking at weekends and holidays can get very full. We’re […]

In Search of Higland Cattle on Baslow Edge

In Search of Higland Cattle on Baslow Edge

And as you can see we found the titular Highland Cattle we were looking for.  

On A Wick And A Prayer

On A Wick And A Prayer

In a quiet corner on the outskirts of the sleepy village of Tissington is a blacksmiths forge which is both the home and business of Annie Maudling and her husband. On A Wick & A Prayer creates an extensive range of fragrant candles. You can […]

Snow on Derwent Edge

Snow on Derwent Edge

We went out walking on Derwent Edge today to try and capture a few images of it covered in snow. Persistent and deep snow is becoming less and less of a feature of Britain in general as our winters become warmer and wetter making any […]

Burbage Valley At the Turn of the Year

Burbage Valley At the Turn of the Year

Burbage Valley, Burbage Edge and the features it contains is always a popular destination for walkers at any time of year. A couple of days ago we ventured out to capture what little light there was and blow away the cobwebs that had accumulated over […]

Mam Tor and The Great Ridge In Winter

Mam Tor and The Great Ridge In Winter

Towering above Castleton and Hope is Mam Tor and the Great Ridge consisting of (from roughly West to East) Rushup edge, Mam Tor, Hollins Cross, Back Tor and Lose Hill. This unmissable feature always looks imposing but in snow it takes on a different quality […]

Stella’s Kitchen, West African Cuisine in The Peak District

Stella’s Kitchen, West African Cuisine in The Peak District

Stella’s Kitchen is one of those places with true character. If someone had said to me “It’s a place that serves African cuisine at a cottage in the Peak District between Eyam and Foolow” my reaction would have been “Really?”. But why not? If there’s […]

Maier Sports Lulaka Walking Trousers

Maier Sports Lulaka Walking Trousers

Overview Maier Sports is a manufacturer of high quality sportswear that has been around for 75 years priding itself on their outstanding range of trouser (pants) fits available for men and women.  Not all people are the same size and they celebrate this by offering […]