And it's going to be a bit of a celebration as Belper becomes awash with talented creatives
The Bridge Hill House overlooks the world heritage site, and is sited on the former Strutt estate land. Many of the existing majestic trees, cedars, copper beech and yew, planted by the Strutt family frame many of the views from the house.
Within the grounds, and in their private ownership, is the Strutt estate ice house and vaulted chambers, built as service facilities for the original mansion. The structures are listed, being of national importance. The listing goes on to describe … “It is an extremely well preserved, capacious and carefully detailed structure” These structures are the last substantial remains of the estate. Guests are welcome to view, glimpse the past and learn more of the history should you wish.
The Belper Arts Trail has been established to help promote the growth of local artists, engage
with the community and enhance Belper's reputation as a beautiful place to visit.
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