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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To mark this grand occasion, Bess will be honouring Bradgate Chapel with a visit once more, from her ancestral home at Hardwick Hall.
The two-day festival set in the grounds of Hardwick Hall, Sedgefield near Stockton, is all set to bring the festival season to Teesside.
Judy attended in full Elizabethan costume as the brusque and formidable Bess who had survived four husbands, and built one of the great Tudor houses, Hardwick Hall in Derbyshire.
The Hardwick Inn, Hardwick Hall Family run tavern dating back to the 15th century that hosts five cask ales, plus 200 whiskies.
THE grand final of the North East Business Awards, held in the magnificent surroundings of Hardwick Hall, Sedgefield, on Thursday, April 26, promises to be the best yet.
He's at 16th-century Hardwick Hall in Derbyshire for this series exploring British stately homes.
HARDWICK Hall's experienced wedding team applies perfection as standard and values every bride and groom's individual requirements and tastes.
Hardwick Hall has always been acknowledged as a very singular house, unique in plan and containing outstanding original decoration and contents.
Nestled in the beautiful County Durham countryside close to the A1, Hardwick Hall's location is both secluded and convenient.
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.