Dungworth is near to Stannington is a delightful suburb resting to the west of the vibrant city of Sheffield. Tucked away between the River Rivelin and River Loxley, this idyllic village houses a number of local business, shops, pubs and Stannington Park which offers dog-friendly walks, children’s play area and a café. Within four miles you will find the city centre brimming with character and charm, offering further amenities and attractions. Whilst here you can enjoy an afternoon exploring the quirky Antiques Quarter before visiting one of Sheffield’s oldest manufacturing sites, Kelham Island. Visitors of the suburb will also find the Peak District National Park within a stone’s throw which offers a vast range of walks catering for hiking and gentle strolls. Stannington is a lively base for touring the South Yorkshire area further.
The upper Derwent reservoirs is a chain of three impressive manmade lakes—the Howden, the Derwent, and the Ladybower—that snake through Peak District National Park in the north of England. Controlled by two Gothic-style masonry dams and one large earth bank, they were constructed in the rural Derwent Valley during the first half of the 20th century, and went on to serve an unexpected military purpose during World War II as a practice field for the bombing raids known as Operation Chastise.
Nearby Hope Valley is one of the best-loved parts of the Peak District National Park, offering some of the best views and most picturesque villages in the country. This unique part of Derbyshire is home to classic Peak District walks such as Winnats Pass, Mam Tor and the Great Ridge is arguably the most photographed area of the whole National Park!