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St Peter, Chellaston
  
Chellaston was a separate village and was worth three shillings when the king gave it to Henry de Ferrers in the 11th century. Chellaston's biggest claim to fame is that it was once one of the largest producers of mined alabaster... MORE
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At 1200ft above sea level, St. John the Baptist is said to be the highest church in Derbyshire! The 15th century spire has a weathervane in the shape of a locust (the symbol of John the Baptist) and the Elizabethan porch is made from coffin lids... MORE
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Christ Church on Sheffield Road is the sister church to Holy Trinity and both share the same vicar, David Horsfall. The Foundation Stone of this church was laid on 5 September 1869 by the Venerable Thos. Hill B.D, Archdeacon of Derby, and... MORE
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Holy Trinity, Chesterfield
       
Holy Trinity is the 'other' Anglican church in Chesterfield town centre (after 'the Spire').  The building is early Victorian and lies between two main roads out of town, Sheffield Road and Newbold Road.  Despite seeming tucked away, Holy... MORE
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Built in 1931 by Hicks and Charlewood the church is dedicated to two Saints Augustine - Augustine of Hippo and Augustine of Canterbury.   ... MORE
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