The Village, Alstonefield

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Date:1960

Description:Alstonefield is one of eight villages within the parish of the same name. In 1951 the parish became part of the Peak District National Park. The area is a popular place for walkers, and there are a number of second homes and holiday cottages within the parish.
The village's most famous son was Charles Cotton, the author, poet, and great friend of Isaak Walton. Cotton lived at Beresford Hall, of which little now remains.

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Creators: F. Frith & Co. Ltd. - Creator

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Source: Leek Library

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