Belper River Gardens with the Strutt Mill and the river Derwent on the right.
Given to Belper by the Strutt Family
The Entrance to the North Mill Visitor Centre.
Which is on the A 517 Ashbourne Road, North out of Belper.
Just before the river bridge
Belper Market Place with shops around the outside
There is a Farmers Market held on the second Saturday of each month.
The Old Tea House which is at the north end of the picturesque
Belper River Gardens
Waiting for new one to be built
The Band Stand which is in the middle of Belper River Gardens
This photo was taken by the band stand in Belper River Gardens and is off a Town Criers Competition in 2001 were 21 criers came together
This picture taken from the bridge over the River Derwent in July 2015
Belper Nail Shop in
Joseph Street, Belper.
Part of the Clusters
And Belper`s Heritage
Old Belper Nails
These are seen when you
look through the window
This sculpture was commissioned by Belper Town Council to celebrate the millennium and enhance a new traffic island on the busy A6. The sculpture is 5 metres in height and the plinth depicts features of the area's industrial history.
The "Flying Geese" theme was inspired by the bird life on the River Derwent that flows through the town and has shaped its past.