Hathersage, Hope Valley S32
Population: about 1,500


Places to visit

Hathersage is a village in the Peak District, Derbyshire. This village dates back to 1066 when it was recorded that 8 villagers and 2 smallholders lived here. The first church, St Michaels and All Angels’ is now a Grade I listed building and dates back to 14th century.

Back in the days, this village produced pin and needles or brass buttons. The area of Hathersage was a source of millstones which were used in the wood industry, crushing lead ore or meal and barley crushing. Nowadays, you can spot millstones on your walk around the area.

Now the area is a popular destination for tourists because of the beautiful scenery of the Hope valley and Derwent valley. There are numerous walks around the valleys, visit local stores and coffee shops or swim in the open-air heated swimming pool.

Grave of Little John https://www.hathersageparishchurch.co.uk

Stanage Edge

Hathersage Moor

Open-air swimming pool https://www.hathersageswimmingpool.co.uk

Derwent Valley Visitor centre