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Fri, 28 Jun


RALLY £21.00 | Spaces Left 30+

Four Lane Ends

Grass Pitches, Awnings Allowed, Fresh Water, Elsan

Four Lane Ends
Four Lane Ends

Time & Location

28 Jun 2024, 10:00 – 30 Jun 2024, 14:00

RALLY £21.00 | Spaces Left 30+, Church Rd, Darley Dale, Matlock DE4 2GL, UK

About the event

Craig & Dawn Rolt and Richard Patilla & Amy-Rose Eason

RALLY FEE £21.00

Rally Opens for Arrivals from 10.00am


  • Fresh Water & Elsan - Yes
  • Hardstanding - NO
  • EHU - NO
  • Toilets - NO
  • Refuse Point - NO (take home, centre rules)

National cream tea day on the Friday so everyone on the rally will receive a complimentary scone, jam and clotted cream!!

Darley Dale lies in an attractive part of the Derwent Valley, on the edge of the Peak District between Matlock and Bakewell. The problem for most drivers along the A6 is that they see little of the beauty of the valley on their six mile long journey. Extensive ribbon building hides the view. The route is lined by rather sombre gritstone buildings and can become very congested at weekends and in the summer.

The town has had a Town Council since the late 1900s. It covers a wide area including the old settlements of Hackney, Farley, Two Dales, Darley Hillside and Churchtown, as well as the piece along the A6. The council offices and meeting room are housed in the Whitworth Community Centre.

In 1849 the railway arrived, resulting in the expansion of Darley Dale, which became very much a railway village. Unfortunately, the line closed 119 years later. At its height, it had been part of Midland Railway's line between Manchester Central and London St.Pancras. The first railway station at Darley Dale was on the other side of the road to what it is today, but was soon replaced and became the Station Master’s House. Businesses grew up near to the station, with coal yards, animal feed mills, wood yards and others taking advantage of the easy access to rail transportation.


From the A6 at Darley Dale turn onto the B5057 Station Road towards Darley Bridge. Go over the rail tracks and then take your next right onto Church Road and the rally field is shortly on the right.



  • Four Lane Ends




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