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                             Queen's Park
                                         The Shambles and The Yards
Odyssey Greek Restaurant
Queen’s Park Sports Centre, Boythorpe Road
Just up the road from the Redbrik Half & Peak FM Five Mile Run start line, Queen’s Park is a superb sports facility overseen by Chesterfield Borough Council.
The centre features an incredible
health and fitness offering, including
a 96-station gym, fabulous swimming facilities, an eight-court sports hall, two glass-back squash courts with moveable wall, group exercise class studios and more.
Queen’s Park, Boythorpe Road
Queen’s Park, on Boythorpe Road just outside Chesterfield town centre, is the start and finish point of the 2019 Redbrik Chesterfield Half Marathon and Peak
Chesterfield Market
Bottle & Thyme
FM Five Mile Run. It’s also the stage for the Blachford UK Fun Run, a short 1km run which takes place within the boundaries of the park.
Following a successful first two years for the Redbrik Half, the event in Queen’s Park on 20 October is set to be bigger and better than ever, with refreshments provided by Franklin & Sons Soft Drinks, plus entertainment and plenty of space for family and friends to hang out while keeping a close eye on the finish line!
Chesterfield Parish Church,
Church Way
The 228-foot spire of Chesterfield Parish Church is the town’s best-known landmark – and even provides the meaning behind Chesterfield Football Club’s nickname ‘The Spireites’.
Just what did cause Chesterfield Parish
Chesterfield's iconic crooked spire
Church’s tower to lean? The most likely reason is scientific, but don’t let the truth get in the way of a great tale involving an evil wizard, the Bolsover blacksmith and the Devil... Check out the tale in full online!
Chesterfield Ale House Micropub, West Bars
A real ale lover’s dream. Located
on West Bars, just up the road from Queen’s Park, Chesterfield Ale House Micropub has a constantly-rotating range of beers, perry and cider – it’s a must-visit, particularly if you’re planning on spending the evening exploring Chesterfield town centre. In addition to traditional local ales, it also houses a selection of more than 60 world beers, meaning choosing your tipple won’t be easy!

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