It’s Father’s Day this Sunday so we have put together ten great places across Derbyshire that are open for you to visit.
Many people can now form a support bubble with one other household, meaning that many families are seeing each other for the first time in months, those who are shielding are still at home. So for those who can now go out and celebrate Father’s Day here are ten trips. Make sure you social distance and you might want to bring a umbrella because of the changeable weather.
1. Visit Chatsworth House Gardens
You can visit Chatsworth gardens by booking a ticket in advance. Parking is £4 and an adult ticket for the garden with parking is £14. You can book your time slot and ticket at www.chatsworth.org/book-tickets/
2. The Derbyshire Beach
Visit the closest thing Derbyshire has to a beach this weekend. Carsington Waters is open again so you can sit by the water, the toilets are open and the cafe is open for take outs.
3. Countryside Cycle
The Monsal Trail is an easy 18 miles easy cycle from Hassop Station carpark to the end at Blackwell Mill.
4. Shop Outdoors
On Saturday, June 20, Chesterfield Market is back, next week there will be an artisan market. Pictured Darren Preece sweet stall holder on Chesterfield Market.
5. Shopping Village
Peak Shopping Village, Rowsley, is back open so you can grab those last minute Father's Day gift, with shops open including The Works, Pavers Shoes, The Gift Company and Regatta.
6. Bargain Shopping
Missed out on bagging a bargain during lockdown, well East Midland Designer Outlet is back open along with the food court for take out and toilets.
7. Fresh Air
Feeling cooped up during lockdown then take a nine mile walk which takes you along the wonderful cliffs of Stanage Edge. Starting in the village of Hathersage. Visit www.visitpeakdistrict.com to get a map.
8. Pavilion Gardens Garden Walk
Take a walk around the amazing The Pavilion Gardens, the cafe is also now open for takeout food, drink and ice cream. Toilets are also open.
9. Fish and Chips
You can head to Matlock Bath and have some fish and chips while you take in the valley and newly opened shops.
10. Renishaw Hall Garden Walk
Renishaw Hall's garden is open to visitors Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The garden will open for two sessions each day 10.30 – 1.00pm and 1.30 – 4.00pm. A spokesman said: "We will allow 100 people entry per session, this is currently on a first come first served basis. Strictly no admittance once the limit for the session has been reached. We are only accepting card payments on site."