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All parties travelling West to The Old Bakehouse should head for the village of Calver. Specifically, the large roundabout at the intersection of the A619 Manchester/Chesterfield road and the A621 Sheffield Road. This sits on the East side of Baslow almost adjacent to the Golden Gates entrance to Chatsworth House. When reaching this roundabout, head West into Baslow village to the next roundabout to Bakewell and Calver on the A623. Go around the roundabout following the A623 through the remainder of Baslow village along the Calver road. Follow this until you reach the signs for the village of Calver where 300 yards after The Bridge pub on your right hand side, turn left at the sign marked Calver village.

Follow this road through the bends until you reach the High Street with the Post Office directly in front of you at the Calver cross. Turn left and travel up the High Street 100 yards and The Old Bakehouse is on your left hand side.

All parties travelling East from Sparrowpit along the A623 should continue until they reach Stoney Middleton. Continue through this village until the traffic lights are reached at Calver Sough on the A623 at the intersection with the B6001 Bakewell/Grindleford road. Continue straight ahead along the A623 some 300 yards past the Calver cricket pitch on the right hand side and turn right into Donkey Lane. Continue over the junction at Bough Lane, past the Derwentwater Arms on your left hand side, over Low Side and down into the High Street. Turn right and The Old Bakehouse is 50 yards on the left.

For access to The Old Bakehouse, please ring Robert on 07768 858281 when you either reach Junction 29 of the M1, Sparrowpit on the A623 or Buxton on the A6. He will be there to greet you on arrival.

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