Website Links

Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury is the senior bishop and principal leader of the Church of England, the symbolic head of the worldwide Anglican Communion and the diocesan bishop of the Diocese of Canterbury.

The current Archbishop is Justin Welby. He is the 105th in a line which goes back more than 1400 years.

Baslow and Bubnell Parish Council 

The Parish Council is responsible for providing valuable service not only to local residents but also to those visiting these villages. Their website provides information about those services as well as the villages.

Baslow History

A website of interest to those who want to know more about the history of Baslow or have an interest in their family history.

Christian Aid

Christian Aid is a Christian organisation that insists the world can and must be swiftly changed to one where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty.

It works globally for profound change that eradicates the causes of poverty, striving to achieve equality, dignity and freedom for all, regardless of faith or nationality. It is part of a wider movement for social justice.

It provides urgent, practical and effective assistance where need is great, tackling the effects of poverty as well as its root causes.


The Christian Enquiry Agency provides information for people who want to find out about the Christian faith and its founder Jesus Christ.

Diocese of Derby

The website of the Diocese of Derby aims to offer an introduction to the work of the Diocese and witness for the Church of England in Derbyshire. All information and activities highlighted have a common root in the desire to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ in ways which are most appropriate for the amazing and testing times in which we live.

Peak District National Park Authority

There are 15 national parks in the UK and each one is looked after by its own National Park Authority. They all work together as the Association of National Park Authorities.

The Peak District National Park Authority has been given the task of looking after the national park and it does so to an agenda set out by central government. It works in partnership with other organisations and individuals to:

  • conserve and enhance the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage
  • promote opportunities for the understanding and enjoyment of the special qualities of national parks by the public

If there’s a conflict between these two purposes, conservation takes priority.


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