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Langley Mill

 

FORMER WELL DRESSING VENUE - LAST DRESSED IN 2007

   2007 2006 2005 2004

Well Dressings

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The Well Dressing is only accessible when the Bridge Centre is open.

How to get there

Langley Mill is located on the A608 Derby to Annesley road, a short distance west of its junction with the A610 at Eastwood.

CAR: the Bridge Centre has a small car park (entrance off Dean Street), alternatively there is time-limited on-street parking on Cromford Road.

SATNAV: NG16 4EG    Show Marker  marker
This is a convenient nearby postcode that can be entered into your car’s satnav. It is not necessarily the postcode where the dressings are located

BUS: Mondays to Saturdays: services passing the Bridge Centre: hourly from Derby, Heanor, Eastwood and Hucknall. Passing the end of Cromford Road: frequent from Heanor and Eastwood; 4 per hour from Nottingham; 2 per hour from Ripley; hourly from Derby and Mansfield. Sundays: passing the Bridge Centre: no service. Passing the end of Cromford Road: 2 per hour from Heanor, Eastwood, Ripley and Nottingham.
For bus services in Derby, Derbyshire and the Peak District, see the Derbyshire Public Transport website. Various Day Tickets are available giving unlimited travel during the day on buses (and in some cases trains) in the relevant area. For bus services outside Derbyshire see Traveline.

TRAIN: Every Day (except Sunday mornings when there is no service): every 1 to 2 hours from Norwich, Nottingham, Chesterfield, Sheffield and Liverpool. Also a few through services from London.
For details of train services and tickets, see National Rail Enquiries.

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