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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He's at 16th-century Hardwick Hall in Derbyshire for this series exploring British stately homes.
April 26: North East Business Awards' regional final; Hardwick Hall, Sedgefield; 7pm (www.
All of the winners from those heats then take each other on head-to-head at the grand final which will take place at Hardwick Hall in Sedgefield on April 26.
Whether you're planning a civil ceremony, a small intimate wedding or a large-scale celebration, from tasteful and traditional to unique and quirky, few places in the North East of England rival Best Western Plus Hardwick Hall Hotel.
Hardwick Hall has always been acknowledged as a very singular house, unique in plan and containing outstanding original decoration and contents.
Hardwick Hall has an atmospheric Rib Room Steakhouse and Grill below ground - and with wooden beams and secluded corners it is perfect for a romantic meal.
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.
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.