Chesterfield is the largest town in the county of Derbyshire with a charming and vibrant market that has been around since the early 13th century and today is one of the largest open-air markets in the UK. Chesterfield Library and Hardwick Hall and Gardens are two popular attractions in town, while Stainsby Mill, Bolsover Castle and Chesterfield Parish Church are important landmarks in the area. Chesterfield has been home to a number of well-known personalities including Tommy Briggs, Thomas Gascoyne, Jeremy Kemp, Jason Statham, Mark Webber and Gordon Banks.
Chesterfield has a number of executive suites and office spaces that are occupied by the likes of architectural firms, accountants, financial advisors, IT consultants and solicitors. Dunston Technology Park is a business centre on the outskirts of town that provides office space to many companies such as Coretrol, Paton Dewy, Knight Warner, Cyberonics Europe and White Media. You will also find businesses such as marketing consultancies and advertising agencies and publishers in Chesterfield.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Chesterfield has a good variety of entertainment options to suit everyone’s tastes. The Pomegranate Theatre, formerly known as Stephenson Memorial Hall, is known for its wide array of stage productions while The Winding Wheel is a major live-act venue for performing arts. There are many bars and clubs that double-up as live-music venues all over town. When it comes to eating out, Chesterfield has an equally wide array of offerings from around the world. Japanese food is served up at O-Tokuda while Mexican cuisine can be enjoyed at Santiago. Sample the Thai cooking at Siam Corner Thai Village or try French classical cuisine at Mes Amis.
There is a convenient network of roads with a number of bus and taxi services running through Chesterfield. There are coach services that provide access to other parts of the county, while National Rail network can be accessed via Chesterfield railway station, with direct links to major cities including London, Nottingham, Leeds, Sheffield, and Plymouth.