Repton (Bretby, Foremark, Ingleby, Newton Solney, Repton, Milton, Stanton-by-Bridge)
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Nearest Leisure Centres
Historic Interest / Listed Buildings
- Bretby Castle
- Foremark Hall (not open to the public, now a school)
- Anchor Church Caves (picture, right)
- Carvers' Rocks (Nature Reserve - SSSI)
- Viking burial mound at Ingleby
- Repton's Medieval Cross
- Repton Priory (1172)
- Repton Hall
Please also see:
Museums / Galleries
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Also see our Museums and Galleries page
- Foremark Reservoir
- John Thompson Brewery (Tours by appointment)
- Ingleby Gallery
Cycling / Walking
- Repton Trail is published by Repton Village History Group and available to callers at Repton Church.
- Five Country Walks in South Derbyshire is published by us. These circular walks are based on Melbourne, Repton, Ticknall, Milton and Anchor Church and can be combined with visits to local attractions and/or eateries. Buy or download the walk leaflets.
Community Centre / Clubs
Burton-on-Trent Golf Course
Parks, Recreation Grounds, Multi Use Games Areas etc.
Blacksmith Lane Recreation Ground
Broomhills Lane Playing Field
Repton Recreation Ground
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