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If you are a Military person especially Sherwood Foresters, Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters or Mercian Regiment this is a must visit. The views are breathtaking too. There is a Tea Room on site which sells tea coffee etc and lovely homemade cakes.
We went to this memorial and loved the amazing views all around. There is some scaffolding around the tower so we could not walk up it but still, managed to enjoy ourselves. I managed to lose a pair of trainers there when changing in the...More
Even though there was loads of scaffolding around the memorial it was well worth a visit. The views were amazing and the small cafe was quanit with lovely people there to help. We will be back.
Dog friendly too.
A very dignified place for those come to pay their respects; v well kept; fantastic views; come whatever the weather, when windy you literally will loose your breath. I find it best on calm winter days after snow fall where visibility is good, or on...More
Crich stand resembles a lighthouse standing high over the Derwent valley. When built the light atop this tower could be seen for many miles and in theory from anywhere the local regiment recruited. Today the light has been replaced by something less bright.
We can see this monument from our upstairs window and the grandchildren always asked what it was so we took them up to see it and they climbed all 58steps,very windy but lovely views,made our way down and went for a drink in tea room,very...More
This is another monument I have passed by many times during my life. Today I visited
this incredible structure. Although dating back to Victorian times names are still being added to this memorial from the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, etc.
Erected originally to commemorate the...More
A little out of the way this is well worth the trip, as this monument honours all the Sherwood Foresters who have served and died in times of war.
Windy and cold, with views from the top that show why it was located here originally.