Hartington is a village in the
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Notable buildings in the village include: the market hall (formerly
the site of a market); the 13th-century parish church of Saint Giles;
and 17th-century Hartington Hall. The prominent Bank House in the
centre of the village was built by the former village mill owner, and
in the past was used as the village bank. A half-mile (800 m) to
the south of the village, on the Dove, is the fishing house of the
famous angler Charles Cotton. In the north of the village is Pilsbury
Castle, an 11th-century motte-and-bailey castle, that survives only
as an earthwork.
Near Hartington is the finest neolithic stone circle in the Peak
District, Arbor Low. There are numerous ancient tumuli and cairns in
the landscape around Hartington, probably dating from the Bronze
Hartington Mill, now a private house, stands by the River Dove. This
was the local water mill for grinding corn.
The village has a youth hostel at Hartington Hall, which serves two
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Marie Litton, English actress and theatre manager, was born here in
James F. Redfern, sculptor, was born here in 1838
Steve Sutton, former
Nottingham Forest F.C.
^ "Hartington Town Quarter civil parish population 2011".
Neighbourhood Statistics. Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 25
^ Walking Britain website
^ English Place Name Society database at Nottingham University
^ Domesday Book: A Complete Translation. London: Penguin, 2003.
ISBN 0-14-143994-7 p.745
^ Vision of Britain site
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