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Hall Leys Park

Hall Leys Park is a picturesque park with a variety of activities including play area, splash pool, skatepark, electric boats and mini railway.

Hall Leys Park in the centre of Matlock is just a short walk from the station. The picturesque park has a variety of activities available including play area, splash pool, skatepark, electric boats and mini railway. There is a café and the park hosts’ a variety of events and festivals including the Christmas market.

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Hall Leys Park
Crown Square
Matlock

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