Design by: P.Truscott
© P. Truscott and Holymoorside History Society 2009
Holymoorside AUDIO TRAIL
Track ONE Track TWO Track THREE Track FOUR Track FIVE
The Bull’s Head Holymoor Mill Holymoor House and the Manager’s House and Dye Works
Mill Dam Millworker’s Cottages
In 2010, Holymoorside and Walton Parish Council was approached and invited to participate in the production of a series of Audio Trails entitled ‘Hidden Gems’. Organisations from the village were invited to attend consultation meetings and a Trail was agreed upon.
The Trail, designed to enable visitors, able and not so able, to enjoy the village’s scenery and rich history, will take you approximately two hours to complete.
Holymoorside as a village has been in existence less than 200 years - and is believed to have developed following the introduction into Derbyshire of cotton spinning and the factory system during the 1700s. The Cotton Mill employed many of the women and girls of the village, while the men and boys worked in the clay mines and in lead smelting.
Many of the points of interest are marked by a series of plaques, and along the way visitors will also hear about the village’s three churches, reflecting the religious history of the ‘Holy Moor’.
The Audio Trail plus directions can be quickly downloaded for FREE onto MP3 players, iPod/iPad or mobile phones, simply visit :
and click on Holymoorside Audio Trail.
MAP and DIRECTIONS
The Society is currently producing an A4 leaflet with Map and Directions which will be available to either download or by contacting the Archivist on 01246 566252.
Track SIX Track SEVEN Track EIGHT Track NINE Track TEN
Wasp’s Nest Sycamore Farm Hipper Hall Cruck Barn Hand Laundry
|Brief History Part One|
|About the Village Today|
|The Way Forward|
|Beating the Bounds|
|The Bulls Head|
|Views Around Village|