Ashover, Derbyshire, S45 0EW
Date of visit: 5th April 2021
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Ashover is a village and civil parish in the English county of Derbyshire. It is in the North East Derbyshire district of the county. The population of the civil parish taken at the 2011 Census was 1,905. It sits in a valley, not far from the town of Matlock and the Peak District national park.
Known in Saxon times as Essovre (possibly ‘beyond the ash trees’ or ‘ash tree slope’), Ashover was probably in existence during the first taxation survey of England by King Alfred in 893. However, the first written reference to the village occurs in the Domesday Book of 1086, in which Ashover is owned by Ralph fitzHubert and is credited with a church, a priest, several ploughs, a mill. It had previously had a taxable value of four pounds, but it was revalued at thirty shillings.
Listed Status Historic England Reference 1241088 listed 26/01/1989
Phone Number (if known) 01246 465962
Location – Northing & Westing 53°09’47.3″N, 1°28’48.3″W
Location – Plus code: 9C5W5G79+7X
Location – what3words: owls.share.lecturing
Location – Grid Reference SK 34859 63018
Location – OS X & Y: 363018, 434859
Location – Latitude & Longitude: 53.16315, -1.480066
Location – UK Postcode:. S45 0EW