Chesterfield is an historic town in Derbyshire full of charm
Chesterfield is an historic market town and a borough of Derbyshire.
The town traces its beginnings to the 1st century and the construction of a Roman fort which was abandoned once peace was achieved. Later an Anglian village grew up on the site; the name Chesterfield stems from the Anglo-Saxon words 'caester' (a Roman fort) and 'feld' (grazing land).
Itis home tothe Church of St Mary and All Saints, popularly known as the "Crooked Spire", it's most famous landmark which was originally constructed in the 14th-century.
It is now a bustling town with busy market and a wide selection of independent shops. A picturesque town with easy access to the peak district and great attractions makes it a popular destination with tourists.
From North/South - Leave M1 at junction 29 and follow A617 to Chesterfield
From East - Follow A617 to junction with M1 motorway, then follow route from North/South.
From West - Follow A619 to Chesterfield.
The town has a train and bus service
The town is home to
Bars & Restaurants
Public & Disabled Toilets