A Walk Through Cutthorpe and its History
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About Cutthorpe
designed by Hilary Sinclair
Cutthorpe Village Derbyshire
Cutthorpe stretches for 3 miles and rises from 115 to 300 metres from Four Lane Ends to the top of Grange Hill.  It is part of the parish of Brampton and has many lovely houses both new including two historic halls - The Old Manor House, once the property of the Sitwell family, built in 1625 by Robert Clarke, the first Mayor of Chesterfield, and Cutthorpe Hall c1675 is a former residence of the Heathcote family.  This interactive map has pop-ups (click on the numbers) with information about points of interest throughout the village. A printable version can be found below. Thanks to Christine Gaskin who created the original version of this map and for her permission to use it here.

Further reading

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B6050
Recreation Ground
Ingmanthorpe Wood
Linacre Reservoirs
Pratthall
School
Barlow Grange
Grange Hill
Birley
To Baslow
To Barlow
Overgreen
The Gate Inn
Riggots Way
Common Lane
To Barlow
B6051
Four Lane Ends
The Granary
Cutthorpe Green
P
Bridleway
P
Visitor Centre (Public Toilets)
To Old Brampton
Linacre Brook
To Holmebrook Valley Park (Cafe and Public Toilets)
Upper Newbold
To Chesterfield
Oxton Rakes
The Three Merry Lads
Pub
Public Highway
Footpath
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
The Peacock
Cutthorpe to Barlow Fishponds walk pdf

House Names and Numbers

Many of the houses in Cutthorpe only have a name and not a number - confusing for visitors and deliverymen alike! Pete Stott has stepped up to the mark and put together a map with the house names on - so if you have a query check here Many thanks to Pete for services to the village.
A History of Cutthorpe Village by Judith Stubbs (no longer in print but can still be found in the library) Part 1 Portrait of a Schoolmaster, Part 2 Tudor Foundations, Part 3 Besoms, Baskets and Black Gold
About Cutthorpe
© copyright Cutthorpe Village 2015
designed by Hilary Sinclair
Cutthorpe Village Derbyshire

House Names and Numbers

Many of the houses in Cutthorpe only have a name and not a number - confusing for visitors and deliverymen alike! Pete Stott has stepped up to the mark and put together a map with the house names on - so if you have a query check here Many thanks to Pete for services to the village.
A History of Cutthorpe Village by Judith Stubbs (no longer in print but can still be found in the library) Part 1 Portrait of a Schoolmaster, Part 2 Tudor Foundations, Part 3 Besoms, Baskets and Black Gold
Cutthorpe stretches for 3 miles and rises from 115 to 300 metres from Four Lane Ends to the top of Grange Hill.  It is part of the parish of Brampton and has many lovely houses both new including two historic halls - The Old Manor House, once the property of the Sitwell family, built in 1625 by Robert Clarke, the first Mayor of Chesterfield, and Cutthorpe Hall c1675 is a former residence of the Heathcote family.  This interactive map has pop-ups (click on the numbers) with information about points of interest throughout the village. A printable version can be found below. Thanks to Christine Gaskin who created the original version of this map and for her permission to use it here.
A Walk Through Cutthorpe and its History
B6050
Recreation Ground
Ingmanthorpe Wood
Linacre Reservoirs
Pratthall
School
Barlow Grange
Grange Hill
Birley
To Baslow
To Barlow
Overgreen
The Gate Inn
Riggots Way
Common Lane
To Barlow
B6051
Four Lane Ends
The Granary
Cutthorpe Green
P
Bridleway
P
Visitor Centre (Public Toilets)
To Old Brampton
Linacre Brook
To Holmebrook Valley Park (Cafe and Public Toilets)
Upper Newbold
To Chesterfield
Oxton Rakes
The Three Merry Lads
Pub
Public Highway
Footpath
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
The Peacock

Further reading

(links open in a new window)

Cutthorpe to Barlow Fishponds walk pdf