Chesterfield and District Civic Society has released a list of buildings it believes are 'at risk'.

More well-known Chesterfield heritage buildings 'at risk': From mills and factories to clubs and town centre offices

Civic leaders have drawn up a second list of buildings and structures in Chesterfield which they believe to be ‘at risk’.

Monday, 15th November 2021, 11:54 am

They range from the town’s war memorial to former factories, mills and hidden town centre buildings.

Chesterfield and District Civic Society believes many of the people and organisations which own the properties are ‘doing their best’ to maintain them but some need a lot of work to return them to former glories.

Historic England produces its own register of at risk buildings which includes places of worship, monuments, parks and gardens, conservation areas, battlefields and wreck sites that are listed and have been assessed and found to be at risk.

Here are six more buildings Chesterfield and District Civic Society considers are at risk:

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