Diocese of Derby Parish Churches

The original chapel at Atlow was mentioned in the Chronicles of Dunstable in 1278.  Rebuilt twice, the second time in 1874 by Stevens & Robinson, it was then that the dedication was changed from All Saints to St. Philip and St. James.... MORE
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St John the Baptist, Ault Hucknall
A warm welcome awaits visitors to St John the Baptist Church, Ault Hucknall. The church has stood on this wooded hillside for well over 1000 years, and the Doomsday book (1087) refers to the existence of a priest resident in the parish. ... MORE
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All Saints, Bakewell
A gem of the diocese and a church building that bears witness to worship and witness from its Anglo-Saxon heritage (with stones and two churchyard crosses to prove it) through the ages to today. Many visitors come to soak up the history, to see the... MORE
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St John the Baptist, Bamford
St John the Baptist was designed by the famous Gothic Revival architect William Butterfield and consecrated in 1860.  Many of Butterfield’s original internal fixtures, fittings and stained glass still remain in the church.  Butterfield was... MORE
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St James, Barlborough
St James the Greater is an ancient place of worship. Although the more ancient records and documentation are more difficult to validate there is evidence to suggest that St James has been a place of worship for at least 1000 years. In the Domesday... MORE
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