Parkside Drive, Ironville, NG16 5PJ
Ironville is a historic village in the Amber Valley district of Derbyshire where the Cromford Canal runs through its centre. Built in 1830 by manufacturing firm, Butterley Company, to house its workers, the village has 11 Grade II listed buildings.
These include Christ Church, The Poplars vicarage, Ironville House, and the Jessop Monument that was created to remember civil engineer William Jessop. Ironville is the direct neighbour of Jacksdale village in Ashfield and is a wonderful place for a walk or cycle along the historic canal.
How to get there
By car: Exit at junction 26 on the M1, and take the A610 exit to Nottingham/Ripley. Continue on A610 to Ironville.
By train: Alfreton train station (3.8 miles) or Kirkby in Ashfield (6.2 miles).