Derbyshire Shopping

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  • Modern built charmless Derbyshire stone...

    I went here last week and thought it must be new because it seemed so lifeless and badly stocked. This is is a first for me to come away from a shopping centre feeling depressed! Since reading the other review I see its been open 8 years-amazingly.The site has been SO badly planned ( its a great example of using too much space badly, to give the...

  • Stately Home - food shop

    Ok, it's not cheap, but this shop offers quality and variety- it's won awards too!Open year round 1100 - 17.30hours1.5 miles from Chatsworth House, worth a detour to browse through the variety of foodstuffs on offer.Estate reared meats and fish, cheeses, breads, freshly picked vegetables, cakes, preserves, teas, coffes, wines are just a small...

  • Bakewell Pudding

    Bakewell is famous for its tarts, or more correctly, pudding.The Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop is set in a 17thC building, and still sells them made to the original recipe.They also sell all manner of other confections.

  • Shopping Centre in the Peak District

    A collection of shops and cafes in a courtyard setting. The village is built upon the site of an old railway, and the old station building has been incorporated into the design.It's the only cntre I know that backs on to a river where you can feed the ducks, and the views of the hils are also terrific.

  • Choccie Heaven

    Thorntons have a chain of shops around Derbyshire and indeed Britain, selling their unique range of chocolate products, made locally in Swanwick. Why chocolate of course!They are very well known in Derbyshire and beyond for their excellence as chocolatiers and maybe only the belgians can rival them.

  • Designer Brands Outlet

    MacArthur Glen Designer Outlet is described as in Mansfield, but is actually very near to South Normanton, Derbyshire.Ther are many weel known british High St stores with outlets selling goods at much reduced prices. Although not in the American league, there are still many bargains to be had, specially in clothes, books, shoes, furniture,...

  • Shopping Village in Historic Mill,...

    Sir Richard Arkwright's magnificent Masson Mills at Matlock Bath stand at the northern entrance to the World Heritage Site.The site has been restored to include a shopping village, with well known shops, at good prices.

  • Shops in an old mill setting

    Arkwright's Mill, Cromford, contains several shops in an interesting setting. There are gift and fancy goods outlet, as well as cards, local history books, and clothing/woolen goods.

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