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St. Helen's Church, Darley Dale
Darley Dale shown within Derbyshire
|OS grid reference|
|Civil parish||Darley Dale|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Postcode district||DE4 2xx|
|EU Parliament||East Midlands|
|UK Parliament||West Derbyshire|
|List of places: UK • England • Derbyshire|
Notable people associated with Darley Dale include
Notable buildings in the town include its fourteenth century parish church St. Helens, with a yew tree which is thought to be two thousand years old. The south transept has a stained glass window by Burne-Jones and William Morris. Other attractions include the Peak Rail railway which runs from Rowsley South to Matlock via Darley Dale railway station and the Whitworth Park, a large park located next to the railway.
It was the winner of the 2003 Britain in Bloom, in the category of 'Large Village'.
In nearby Two Dales, Ladygrove Mill was built for spinning cotton by Abraham Flint, but converted to flax spinning in 1789 by Daniel Dakeyne of Knabb House. It was expanded by his sons, Edward and James, who built a series of three dams on the Sydnope Valley rising to 96 feet. To cope with the water pressure, they invented a revolutionary water-pressure powered "disc engine", which they patented in 1830 as the Dakeyne hydraulic disc engine. It was the progenitor of a type, now known as a "nutating disc engine" (which has been the subject of entrepreneurial interest in the 21st century). The mills and equipment have virtually disappeared but the remains of the dams can still be seen.
Also in Two Dales, the Plough Inn public house was the reason behind former England international footballer Eddie Shimwell's transfer from Sheffield United to Blackpool in December 1946. Shimwell wanted to purchase the pub, but Sheffield United would not allow it, due to their ban on players becoming publicans, so the full-back put in a transfer request.
At the bottom of Station Road lies Darley Dale railway station. Although national rail services ceased in the 1960s, the station has been for over 15 years occupied by the railway and heritage preservation group Peak Rail. From here, a heritage steam service operates south to Matlock and north to Rowsley South, with a route distance of approximately five miles.
An annual transport festival, the Darley Dale Festival of Transport, is held at the bottom of Station Road every September.
Right next to Darley Dale is the beautiful St Elphin's Park, which during the early 19th century used to be a spa and latterly a well known boarding school for girls.
Nearby is the holiday resort Darwin Forest Country Park.