PARWICH.ORG A community website for the residents of Parwich, Alsop-en-le-Dale, Ballidon and Pikehall in the Derbyshire Peak District.
Parwich is a village and parish in the Derbyshire Dales, 7 miles north of Ashbourne.In the 2011 census the population of the civil parish was 472.. Village facilities include the Anglican church of St Peter's, a primary school, the Sycamore Inn (containing a public house and village shop), the village memorial hall (established in 1962 and rebuilt in 2010), the Royal British Legion club house ...
Parwich is at the heart of some beautiful countryside and makes an ideal base for touring. The Hall and gardens are private but open occasionally. There is a small village shop and pub and there is some holiday accommodation. For other facilities see Ashbourne.
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Parwich is a remote village in the White Peak area of Derbyshire, 7 miles north of Ashbourne. Set among huge limestone outcrops, which rise to over 1000 feet, its 500 inhabitants are cosily sheltered in houses made of the same stone, standing around the open green.
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The Sycamore Inn - The Sycamore Inn , Parwich, DE61QL Ashbourne, Derby, United Kingdom - Rated 4.8 based on 39 Reviews "Came here with my daughter...
Parwich Village Guide Parwich in Derbyshire Remotely situated amongst high hills in Derbyshire and the Peak District National Park, Parwich is a largish, quiet and pleasant village with stone houses set around a village green and church.
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The Sycamore is a traditional country pub in the pretty village of Parwich in Derbyshire. The Sycamore serves cask ales and delicious home cooked food is available. Not only is the Sycamore a pub but should you require your groceries, it serves as the village shop.