Mining has a long history in Shirebrook, where twin shafts were first dug in 1896 to a depth of 1,630ft. Two years later, the men went on strike in a dispute over pay that saw them threatened with eviction from the mining company's houses.
If you’ve ever watched a Disney film and wondered if the place they’re set are real locations, or if particular places featured in them have real-life inspirations, then this is everything you need to know.
Behind the scenes at Chatsworth, work has now begun on a huge new planting scheme which will eventually see more than 250,000 flowering perennials, shrubs and trees transform a previously undeveloped 15-acre area now named Arcadia.
For hundreds of years, quarries have played a vital role in the economy and history of the area around Buxton in Derbyshire. Now, they are the central focus for a high-profile exhibition at Buxton Museum and Art Gallery.