Population: 10,688

Living in Chesterfield, England:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Chesterfield, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Chesterfield what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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4 comments on “Chesterfield”

This town is famous for its Crooked Spire and other historical sites. Chesterfield does come alive at night, and provides numerous entertainment options for all ages, whilst also maintaining the feel of being within the picturesque countryside. If you can look out onto the horizon, you will see the beautiful scenery surrounding the historic town.

Gabrielle, says: 2020

Within my town we have an old twisted church called The Crooked Spire. There are busy marketplaces, selling vibrant fruits and vegetables. It’s a lovely town, quiet enough to be near the countryside and yet compact enough for the shops and restaurants to keep everyone entertained. The best thing about this town is the greenery and woodlands.

Bridget, says: 2020

There are a few shops but you might want to own a car for going places. Houses are beautifully built. Nice community, very friendly people. Lots of takeaways and restaurants. Great area if you have a dog as there are many places to walk. Plenty of villages and/or towns near.

Alicia, says: 2020

Chesterfield is a historic market town on the edge of the Peak District. The town is located to the south of the sprawling city of Sheffield and to the north of Derby. There is a weekly flea market held in the town square. Chesterfield has a plethora of highly rated schools, with a college offering a range of courses to older learners.

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