Darley Abbey Park

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Darley Abbey Park is one of Derbys most beautiful and offers peace and quiet, and relaxing walks though unspoiled parkland. The park has a tree trail that you can follow, which takes you past thirty different varieties of tree originating from all over the world. There are seasonal bedding displays, herbaceous border, roses, National Collection of Viburnum and Hydrangea, trees and shrubs and a wild flower meadow also a childrens play area including swings and seesaw.

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The park is situated on the northern side of the city, between the A6 road and the river Derwent, with Darley Fields situated on the opposite side of the river. There are a number of entrances into the park. On foot from either side of the River Derwent, along Darley Park Drive and by Mile Ash Lane on the northern side of the park.


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