What a wonderful town we broadcast from!!
A mining town until the 1980s, Chesterfield’s industrial sites have been regenerated and the town is almost unrecognisable from just a generation ago.
The Medieval alleys and courtyards in the old centre are commanded by the postcard landmark, the crooked spire of the Parish Church.
At Chesterfield you’re on the east flank of the Peak District National Park, while Hardwick Hall, one of the England’s finest Elizabethan estates, is tantalisingly close.
The town’s most distinguished resident was the 19th-century civil engineer, George Stephenson, described as the “Father of Railways” and remembered with an inspiring exhibition at the Chesterfield Museum.
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