The books previously available through these web pages are now out of print. One dealt with the history of the village and the other with the Horn Dance.
The grid reference for the village centre is SK0824 and the Ordnance Survey maps for the area are:
There is also a free street map of the village containing information about the Horn Dance available from local tourist information centres and most of the village shops and public houses. The information page includes links to some on-line maps.
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