Barlborough is a small village in the county of Derbyshire, just north of Bolsover. The village is home to the Longbow Archery Club, which organises practices on Barlborough Hall’s lawns. It is close to Bolsover Castle and Chatsworth House while Crich Tramway Museum, Haddon Hall and Sudbury Hall are also within easy reach of the area. There are many famous gardens around Barlborough such as the listed gardens at Renishaw Hall and Lea Rhododendron Gardens in Matlock.
Barlborough is a small village with a number of independent single owner businesses like metal fabricators, fashion designers, graphic design firms, private transport services, marketing consultants and car accessory companies. Trimwell is a major dietary supplement manufacturer that has its manufacturing facilities in the area while other executive suites are occupied by solicitors, financial advisors, consultants as well as security agencies and telecommunication companies. The head offices of Yeomans Outdoor Leisure are located in Barlborough.
Entertainment And Dining Out
A variety of entertainment can be enjoyed in this village. The Barlborough Miners Welfare Club puts on a number of live acts while The Apollo Arms offers a variety of live music performances and a few stand-up acts. Much of the food served in the eateries in and around the village is traditional and authentic British cuisine. Treble Bob is highly rated for food from all over the British Isles while De Rodes Arms is a great place to enjoy English cuisine in a village-tavern setting.
Barlborough is located at the junction of the M1, A616 and A619 and A6135. These roadways provide the village with direct connections to Leeds, Sheffield, Workshop, Leicester, and London. Barlborough has a reliable bus network that connects the village to the rest of the county and beyond. Creswell Train Station and Whitwell Railway Station are the two closest train links and can be found just outside the village.