Hope valley Visitor attractions across the UK

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Castleton Caves & Caverns

The picture-postcard village of Castleton is arguably the most famous settlement in the Peak District...
Christmas in Castleton

Some villages barely make an effort at Christmas. Others opt for a solitary tree and a token row of twinklies...
Holy and Undivided Trinity Church in Edale

This charming little Victorian Parish Church was built in 1886 and is the third church on the site....
Parish church of St Barnabas in Bradwell

The picturesque Parish Church of St Barnabas was built in 1868, with the Church School adjacent to it...
Peakland Hills

Many people come to the Peak District looking for a sharply pointed hill, which is the dictionary definition...
PEVERIL CASTLE, CASTLETON

Peveril Castle, which has also been known as ‘Peak Castle’ in the past, is a castle in Castleton, Derbyshire...
St Edmund’s Church in Castleton

A church of Norman origin, St Edmund's was built before the year 1200....
St John the Baptist Church in Bamford

Built in 1861, St John the Baptist Church in Bamford is the only church in Derbyshire designed by renowned...
The Parish Church of St Peter in Hope

The Parish Church of St Peter at Hope dates mainly from the 14th century, and has a stumpy, broached...
Treak Cliff Cavern

Treak Cliff Cavern is of international fame and geological importance. It has been a designated a Site...