Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Alstonefields 2

Alstonefield is a small village in the Peak District National park, in an area known as the White Peak. The Peak District National Park covers 555 square miles and was the first of the National Parks, established in 1950. Alstonefield lies on the borders of Derbyshire and Staffordshire on the watershed between the valleys of the Dove and the Manifold rivers. It has less than 250 residents but it possesses such unity and confidence that it has won the best kept village in the Community Council of Staffordshire Award competition on numerous occasions.


  1. Beautiful photos of a beautiful village, Brett. Alstonefield's lovely and The George is well worth a visit. Fantastic real ale (says The Invisible One) which obviously I completely ruin with lemonade :-)

  2. There is nothing to compare with the English countryside in Spring. Such a cheering sight to have all these daffs along the road. Beautiful.


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