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1986 Amenities in Codnor 2

   Peveril House on Mill Lane is used  
 by the Playgroup, Mother and Toddler  
 Club and the Youth Club. Some adult   
 education classes are held there e.g. 
 painting and needlework. Keep-fit and 
 badminton are held in the Junior      
   Between West Hill and Jessop Street 
 there are allotments for people with  
 small or no gardens to grow vegetables
   There are seven public houses: The  
 Clock Inn and The French Horn on the  
 Market Place, The Lord Byron Inn and  
 The Miners Arms on Mill Lane, The     
 Jessops Arms (Jessop Street),The      
 Glasshouse Inn (Glasshouse Hill) and  
 The Gate Inn (Codnor Gate).           
   There are three churches: Methodist 
 on Mill Lane, Christian Science on    
 Glasshouse Hill and Anglican          
 (St.James) at Cross Hill.             

Map of the area

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