Hardwick Hall


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Hardwick Hall

(ˈhɑːdwɪk)
n
(Named Buildings) an Elizabethan mansion near Chesterfield in Derbyshire: built 1591–97 for Elizabeth, Countess of Shrewsbury (Bess of Hardwick)
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Hardwick Hall Country Park, pictures by Ray Simpson, of Marske
The awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of the companies and individuals that make up the chemical processing industries in the region, culminating in a glittering awards ceremony and dinner on January 15 at Hardwick Hall in Sedgefield.
We have an amazing team and we are thrilled that so many people had the opportunity to see a host of the biggest names in British music performing live in the stunning grounds of Hardwick Hall.
The owner of the adjacent Hardwick Hall Hotel, Bowburn Hall Hotel at Bowburn and Ramside Hall Hotel and Golf Club at Carrville, Ramside Estates, also intends to build two three-bedroom houses on land to the rear of the Front Street pub.
The 44-year-old Team Jewson star finished over a minute ahead of the second-placed competitor at the race at Hardwick Hall, near Chesterfield, repeating his win in the same event and on a more technical course last year.
War Horse and The Adventures of Tintin are to be screened on inflatable screens at Sudbury Hall, Hardwick Hall and Queen's Park, Chesterfield.
The 10-mile walk is at Hardwick Hall, Chesterfield, which is a National Trust site, on Sunday, February 17.
After a quick tour of the campsite at Hardwick Hall, near Sedgefield, County Durham Mr Blair stopped for a spot of lunch - Scout style.
Among the walks on offer is a two-hour stroll around Hardwick Hall Chesterfield.
Tapestry is interpreted in novelty designs for blankets and pillows, and upscale Elizabethan patterning that could have come straight out of Hardwick Hall.
Robert Smythson's Hardwick Hall, completed in 1597, with its distinctive silhouette, delight in pattern making, European references and particular domesticity, inspired Caruso St John.
The Wild On Wildlife event at Hardwick Hall and Stainsby Mill in Derbyshire is from August 9-13.