The historic village of Hartshorne dates all the way back to the ice age with the beautiful village landscape having been formed by glaciers.In Derby museum you will find a bronze age spearhead found at Daniel Hayes farm in the heart of Hartshorne, and the immaculate St Peter's church built in fourteenth century gives many interesting talking points.
Hartshorne is located in South Derbyshire in the heart of the National Forest, giving access to local woodland walks and nature trails including foremark reservoir. The closest town is Burton on Trent which can be accessed by bus, and the a38 provides a convenient link to Derby and Birmingham.
The village boasts an array of local amenities such as a village hall, post office, hairdressers, public houses andand restaurants, as well as B&B accommodation for friends and family to visit. There is also a local Church of England primary school which has been rated 'good' by Ofsted in 2018.
Hartshorne locals pride themselves on their community spirit, with plenty of activities to socialise with the neighbours. The village has it's very own cricket club, Indoor Bowls club, Ladies club and Pre-School playgroup, as well as weekly events hosted at Dethick Hall.
- Ofsted Good Rated Primary School
- Village Hall
- Post Office
- B&B Accommodation
- Pre-School Playgroup
- Cricket Club
- Excellent transport links from a38