Some of Mayfield’s special places.

Discovering Mayfield Walks
St John the Baptist Church

http://www.mayfieldparishchurch.org/

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Stands the Church clock at ten to three and is there honey still for tea? Rupert Brooke

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Where’s the crock of Gold?

Mayfield seen from Clifton

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Old House

Old Hall Farm built c.1620

 

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A superbly modernised rock house, Bridge Hill

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Slack Lane linking Upper Mayfield to Middle Mayfield (a “slack” is a shallow valley)

 

River Dove in Mayfield
The River Dove at Mayfield

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Woodside Farm, Upper Mayfield

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Mayfield

Mayfield House, once the home of the Simpson family who owned the mill.

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Wild garlic (allium ursinam) is prolific in Mayfield in May: its leaves are delicious in salads.

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Whereabouts in Mayfield is this?

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Until the turnpike road up Swinscoe Hill was opened in 1831, Old Bank (gradient 1:4) was the Leek road.

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Hidden in a secret corner of Mayfield, the Root House is a listed building.