We are a voluntary group celebrating and promoting the rich heritage and culture of Ironville and Codnor Park through social events and effective communication.



For an early preview of our proposed new village  heritage board, please click HERE  (Important please  magnify page where appropriate to see text more clearly).

To view the very latest Newsletter (March 2020) click HERE: News12small     

 Click on the thumbnails to view past issues of the Ironville & Codnor Park Newsletter: title News10 New9 Header  title8  News7  Mar17title  1May16NewstitleNewsletter HeaderNL1

For the latest news from ArtyParty Click on the thumbnail: NewLogo

Please note:  ArtyParty is NOT meeting at this present time.

Lauren Monks School of Dance in Ironville Church Hall - Click HERE

Ironville Parish Council Minutes - Click on the thumbnail: file

To see some spectacular aerial photographs of our village click on the thumbnail: Aerial

History of our village - For a "potted" history of our village click HERE potted   or for a newer version click Here

To hear a Radio Derby interview on Ironville please click HERE (5/02/2019 – Andy Twigge show)

To visit the Butterley Ironworks circa 1840 (including Codnor Park) - please click HERE For a transcribed version please click HERE

To see Who was living  in Codnor Park, Derbyshire on Sunday 2nd April 1911 click HERE

Where did the residents of Codnor Park go to get married pre-Civil Registration? To find out Click HERE

Why not go on a walk through Ironville circa 1975 and just imagine what it was like then. Simply click this link: Old Ironville                                                                                                                                                                                    

The very latest walk (three walks in one) around Ironville is now available on line. You will find it on this link: walk


For  information on the "Lawn Bridge Project" please click HERE                                                                                                                                                 

(For more on the history of Lawn Bridge with extra local information - Click HERE) Lawn Bridge     

For the very latest (October 2018) on the Lawn Bridge Project please click HERE       

Christ Church - our local church web page  click HERE  CC     

You will find the Rev. Julian Penfold's Page HERE: icon  

Monument Lane Bridleway Enquiry - The Inspector's Decision can be found on this link:


    A final decision has now been made, the route is now officially a bridleway - You will find full details by clicking on the link in the graphic below:



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Fantastic Website for walkers!

Walking in Derbyshire www.walkinginderbyshire.co.uk is a website packed with useful information for walkers.