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Your guide to residential and nursing care homes including specialist learning disability, respite, EMI and dementia in Derbyshire. For further information click on a home in the list below or alternatively select one of the county's districts from the list on the right hand side.
Derbyshire is the 21st largest county in England by area and the 21st largest by population. Along with Leicestershire it can lay claim to being the most central part of England. Large parts of the county overlap the Pennines and it also contains a substantial part of the Peak District National Park. The main city in this largely rural county is Derby, with other significant towns including Chesterfield, Buxton and Matlock. The county also borders Greater Manchester to the north west, Yorkshire to the north, Nottinghamshire to the east and Cheshire/Staffordshire to the west.
Up until relatively recently the main industries of Derbyshire were farming and mining (including the mining of Blue John, a very rare blue stone highly prized by jewellers), which has left its' mark on the surrounding countryside.
As of the 2001 census there were 88949 people aged over 70 living in Derbyshire, approximately 12.1% of the total population.
Eccles Fold Road, Chapel-en-le-Frith, SK23 9TJ
1 Douglas Street, Ivy Square, Derby, DE23 8LH
42 Wingfield Road, Alfreton, DE55 7AN
Jubilee Street, New Mills, SK22 4PA
101 Village Street, Old Normanton, Derby, DE23 8DF
Linden Avenue, Clay Cross, S45 9HE
1 The Green, Mickleover, DE3 0DE
1-2 Broadstone Close, Oakwood, Derby, DE21 4PE
Derby Road, Doveridge, DE6 5JR
Rough Heanor Road, Mickleover, DE3 9AZ