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Coming to Kirkby in Ashfield?

Nestled on the eastern edge of the Erewash Valley, Kirkby in Ashfield (locally known as �Kirkby�) is a historic market town Near the western border of Nottinghamshire. It has a history as an important centre for coal mining, and saw rapid expansion throughout the Victorian era. Harold Larwood, one of the greatest cricket bowlers in English history, grew up in the Nearby village of Nuncargate, and is commemorated by a statue in Kirkby Market Place.

Visit charming Chesterfield

A short drive north of Kirkby in Ashfield, Chesterfield is the town where Robin Hood Country meets the Peak District. It's marked by the famous crooked spire of its St Mary and All Saints' Church, which is just one relic of Chesterfield's fascinating history. The treadmill of the Chesterfield Museum is always intriguing to visit, and the Grade II Listed Pomegranate Theatre has been hosting plays since Victorian times.

Be amazed by Papplewick Pumping Station

Surrounded by the beautiful countryside of Nottinghamshire, Papplewick Pumping Station is an incredible relic of Britain during the industrial revolution. Built in the late 1800s to supply Nottingham with water, the station still houses two massive watt pumping engines and six Lancashire boilers. The colossal machinery and tranquil parklands makes Papplewick a must-see for anyone in the area.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Kirkby in Ashfield? Travelodge Mansfield Hotel is a 10-minute drive away, and Travelodge Alfreton Hotel can be reached in a quarter of an hour.