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Things to do in Kingsley, Staffordshire

Kingsley © RodJonesPhotography.co.uk

Kingsley is situated along the A52 Stoke to Asbourne road and is the southern most village in the Peak District and part of the Staffordshire Moorlands.

The Churnet Valley sits just below the village and is easily accessed by road or walkable footpaths, including the Staffordshire Way.

Here you can board the Steam Trains at Kingsley and Froghall station or float along the valley in Narrow Boats, or walk along the Caldon Canal Towpath.

The Church of St. Werburgh's has a Norman Tower with later additions due to fire damage. This gives the church a very interesting past and it has a very beautiful interior.

The Staffordshire way footpath comes through the newly restored Kissing gate in the Churchyard.

There is a Crown green Bowling club in Dovedale road and a Gardeners association who hold a show every year in August.

Kingsley makes a good centrally situated place to stay when visiting the area, as you are out of the towns and in the countryside.

There are some lovely self catering cottages and an excellent 4 star B&B.

Kingsley is approximately 6 miles from Alton Towers and many stately homes including Chatsworth.

Description by Jane Clowes

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St Werburgh's Church © RodJonesPhotography.co.uk
Churnett Valley from Kingsley © RodJonesPhotography.co.uk
Kingsley © RodJonesPhotography.co.uk

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