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Route from A6 Matlock Crown Square roundabout A615 (Alfreton Road) through Tansley - up the hill and continue until you see the sign for "Lickpenny" turning left at the crossroads onto Lickpenny Lane.
Route from M1 Junction 28 M1 - keep left for A38 Signposted Alfreton/Matlock - Off the A38 at Alfreton / Matlock take 3rd exit right signposted A615 Matlock - keep in the left lane and carry on the A615 for approx 8 miles "Lickpenny" is signposted turning right onto Lickpenny Lane - continue to the end of the lane and turn right again.
Lickpenny is situated approximately 3 miles from Matlock, 7 miles from Bakewell, and 7 miles from Chesterfield.
Local attractions include Ogston Water for Sailing, walking and Bird watching, Press Manor Fishery, Lea Gardens for beautiful Rhododendrons early on in the season, Crich Tramway Museum and Cromford Canal. Sir Richard Arkwright Historical Centre, Cable car rides and Gullivers Kingdom in Matlock Bath and Masson Mill shopping complex.
Further attractions include Carsington Water for Sailing, Cycling and walking. Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall attract many visitors each year. There are Castles to see, English Heritage events throughout the year as well as Historical villages and Markets to wander around, and Well dressings at various times of the year. For the rail enthusiasts there is the Peak Rail Steam train and rides, which operate from Matlock.
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