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Calke Park and Abbey

As well as a grand Baroque mansion with a large natural history collection, Calke has secret walled gardens and 600 acres of parkland, much of which is a National Nature Reserve.

Woodlands, Calke Park 5 Mile Medium Walk

New Calke walk This is a 5¼ mile circuit through the undulating Melbourne Parklands of The National Forest. Along the way you will enjoy superb views, walk through a nationally important deer park, visit historic houses and see some of the new woodlands being created in the Forest. 1 Start at ...

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Ticknall Village Local Walk

The old church was demolished with gunpowder from the Lime yards, and the patron of the new church was Sir George Crewe of Calke Abbey. Perhaps this is why the dedication was changed from St. Thomas to St. George!

Staunton Harold Reservoir - The National Forest

The reservoir includes part of the larger Calke National Nature Reserve and boasts three Sites of Special Scientific Interest, including the Spring Wood and Dimminsdale Nature Reserves.


ST PETER & ST PAUL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH 70 Newhall Road, Swadlincote, Derbyshire, DE11 0BD CALKE ABBEY Ticknall, Derby DE73 7LE MELBOURNE HALL GARDENS Church Square, Melbourne DE73 8EN


John Hudson, gamekeeper on the Calke estate, lived here from 1860. He was one of the gamekeepers of Sir Vauncey Harpur Crewe photographed outside Calke Abbey in 1887.

Lowland biodiversity 2006 A4

The National Trust carried out ride management and encouragement of natural regeneration, through sycamore removal in Hardwick estate woods and woodland restoration work in the Calke estate including felling, replanting, sycamore removal and ride and glade management.