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Walked to church from Chatsworth camp site. Church open and welcoming. Nice atmosphere. Learned some interesting facts about Cavendish family of nearby Chatsworth House. One of them was murdered in Dublin 12 hours after arrival as ambassador. Memorial tablet and preserved wreath from Queen Victoria...More
Very interesting church we visited as part of the Peak Pilgrimage.
Well kept church and surroundings, with clean tidy and attractively decorated church- lovely floral decorations.
A visit to this church made our day and pilgrimage the richer.
Obviously had to visit the local church next to Chatsworth House where a number of the Duke's and Duchesses of Devonshire are buried. Rebuilt by George Gilbert Scott of St. Pancras Station and Albert Memorial fame.
Edensor is an lovely village with interesting architecture so lovely to walk round.
We enjoyed visiting the graves of the Devonshire family at the top of the church yard and found peace and time for reflection inside the church.