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Bradwell is located on the B6049 Tideswell road about 2.5km south of the A625 Sheffield to Castleton road.

CAR: a small car park is provided next to St Lawrence's Parish Church. At busy times a larger car park may be provided in a field (entrance off Town Lane). There is some time limited parking in marked bays on the main road through the village. If parking on side streets, take care to allow plenty of room for large vehicles to pass.

SATNAV: S33 9AA    Show Marker  marker
This is a convenient nearby postcode that can be entered into your car’s satnav. It is not necessarily the postcode where the dressings are located

BUS: Monday to Saturday: hourly from Sheffield and Castleton; every 2 hours from Bakewell; Sunday: every 2 hours from Sheffield and Castleton; 4 per day from Bakewell.
For bus services in Derby, Derbyshire and the Peak District, see the Derbyshire Public Transport website. Various Day Tickets are available giving unlimited travel during the day on buses (and in some cases trains) in the relevant area. For bus services outside Derbyshire see Traveline.

TIP: even if you are a habitual car driver, you should still try the experience of a bus ride from Sheffield to Bradwell at least once. From the front of the upper deck you seem to be almost hanging out over the edge of a sheer drop at Surprise View, above Hathersage. Threading the narrow streets of Bradwell provides thrills of a different kind. Those of a nervous disposition should ride downstairs.

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Derbyshire Dales District, Derbyshire, England.

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