The Derbyshire town of Chesterfield sits in the beautiful Peak District. Home to around 60,000 people, it is handy for the M1 and enjoys rail links to Liverpool, Leeds, and Birmingham.
Chesterfield's open-air market has traded since 1165 AD and opens for business on Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays. The narrow cobbled streets of the Shambles offer all kinds of shops, while the refurbished Victorian Market Hall is home to many major national brands. The town has numerous eateries, bars and nightclubs.
The Queen's Park has plenty of green space, a cricket ground, a boating lake, a sports stadium and a leisure centre. Arts events are regularly held at the Winding Wheel. Chesterfield also boasts a bowling alley and multiplex cinema. Chesterfield has its own museum. The town's St Mary and All Saints church is renowned for its crooked spire.