Explore Castles and more!

Explore related topics

Host your Sami Tipi Wedding at the historic setting of Elvaston Castle, Derbyshire.

Host your Sami Tipi Wedding at the historic setting of Elvaston Castle, Derbyshire.

Photograph from Elvaston Castle in Derby

Elvaston Castle Country Park Photograph - Derbyshire Photographs - Photographs from Elvaston Castle in Derby Derbyshire

Melbourne Church, interior ~ "The circular pillars between the nave and the aisles  are 4 ft. in diameter and 15 ft. high. Above the nave arches are arcades opening on clerestory windows, but the two sides are different dates, that on the south having been built in the 13th century, at all events the church was planned with that intention. The inner walls of the central tower are divided into three tiers of arcading

Melbourne Church is one of the finest Norman churches in the country

Elvaston Castle

Located in Derbyshire, near to Derby and Nottingham, Elvaston Castle Country Park encompasses approximately 321 acres of open parkland, woodland and more formal historical gardens.

Elvaston Castle Country Park in Elvaston, Derbyshire - July 2011

Elvaston Castle Country Park in Elvaston, Derbyshire - July 2011

Elvaston Castle. Taken  Dec 2014

Taken Dec 2014

St Peters Church is situated in High Street and is essentially a 13th century building which has been added to over the years. It is a small church and consists of a west tower which was rebuilt in 1842, a nave and south aisle, and a lower Perp chancel.     It contains an incised slab to John Bancroft, who died in 1557, and his wife, a plain Norman font and stained glass in the E window from around 1919-20, a late work by Holiday.  Location: Chellaston, Derbyshire, England

St Peters Church is situated in High Street and is essentially a 13th century building which has been added to over the years. It is a small church and consists of a west tower which was rebuilt in 1842, a nave and south aisle, and a lower Perp chancel. It contains an incised slab to John Bancroft, who died in 1557, and his wife, a plain Norman font and stained glass in the E window from around 1919-20, a late work by Holiday. Location: Chellaston, Derbyshire, England

Pinterest
Search