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Cutthorpe is a small picturesque village with superb views over Chesterfield, which is about 3 miles south-east. It spreads along 3 miles of the B6050 to the east of and close to the Peak District National Park. There are 3 pubs, a village school, recreation ground with a cricket square and village institute plus the Linacre Reservoirs with beautiful bluebell woods and surrounding walks. An annual festival is held over the 2nd weekend in July together with the traditional well dressing ceremony. On this website you can find information about up and coming and regular events on our News andRegular Eventspages. About Cutthorpewill give you information about local walks and trails, local history, the Cutthorpe Institute and a ‘Walk Through Cutthorpe’ is a gallery of photos from 4 Lane Ends to the top of Cutthorpe.
News in Brief(See more detailed news on the News and Events page)Cutthorpe singing groupJohn Thurstan’s new singing group has made a good start and are meeting at the Three Merry Lads on Fridays at 7.30 pm in the upstairs room. If you are interested contact John on 231336Ocean Fish Van from Grimsbywill be calling at Common Lane/Three Merry Lads on the 3rd Friday of the month - great value - full list on this pdfVillage Christmas Dinner - Three Merry Lads, 12th December Tickets £22.50 book now to avoid disappoinmentCutthorpe Cricket Clubpromoted to Derbyshire premier League for the 1st time - see Derbyshire Times articleLink to Brampton Parish Council Minutes - July 2015
The three village pubs, the Three Merry Lads, the Peacock and The Gate are popular venues and all serve a wide range of food