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Matlock

Matlock has a variety of independent, high street and vintage retro shops, cafés, and restaurants, set amongst scenic surroundings

Matlock has a variety of independent, high street and vintage retro shops, cafés, and restaurants, set amongst scenic surroundings.

The town radiates out from Crown Square where there are gifts shops and cafés. Across the river is Dale Road home to a plethora of antique and vintage retro shops along with a collection of pubs and restaurants.

Alongside the river, Hall Leys Park hosts a weekly Wednesday market and other events throughout the year. The park is a great place to relax surrounded by colourful floral displays and there are electric boats, mini train, play area and a park café.

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Matlock Town Centre

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