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Approaching From the East- From Baslow, proceed west along the A623 for approximately 2 miles. Turn right immediately before the "Bridge Inn". Follow the road round to the left and over the old bridge. Immediately over it you will see a sign pointing right down a lane and marked "Calver Mill". Turn into the lane and Stocking Farm is at the end of the lane. Approaching from the West From Calver Crossroads proceed east for about 1/2 mile. Look for "The Derbyshire Craft Centre" on your left and then take the first left. Follow the road round to the right and immediately you will see a sign pointing left down a lane and marked "Calver Mill". Turn into the lane and Stocking Farm is at the end of the lane.
The historic market town of Bakewell, famous for "Bakewell Puddings" and mentioned in the Anglo Saxon Chronicle as the place where King Edward the Elder in 920 accepted the surrender of the Sigtrygg Caech King of Northumbria, Constantine II, King of Scots and Donald Mac Aedh, King of Strathclyde is 5 miles away. No trace of the town of that era although in the churchyard a 7th- 9th century stone cross can be seen together with numerous Anglo Saxon gravestones in the church porch. Chatsworth House, seat of the Dukes of Devonshire is about 4 miles away, and Haddon Hall, belonging to the Dukes of Rutland is about 6 miles distant. Matlock is about 12 miles distant and if you fancy a days shopping, Sheffield is also only 12 miles away and about 3 miles from the city centre is the well known Meadowhall Shopping Mall.
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