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  1. Discover the stately ruins of the birthplace of Bess of Hardwick, one of the richest and most remarkable women of Elizabethan England. Ascend through four floors to enjoy spectacular views over the Derbyshire countryside and Hardwick New Hall. Take your time and admire the spectacular decorative plasterwork on your way up.

  2. Bess of Hardwick Elizabeth Stuart, Countess of Lennox née Cavendish (31 March 1555 – 16 January 1582) was an English noblewoman and the wife of Charles Stuart, 1st Earl of Lennox . She was the mother of Arbella Stuart , a close relation to the English and Scottish thrones.

  3. George Talbot, 6th Earl of Shrewsbury died 18 November 1590, survived by his wife Bess of Hardwick. He was buried in the Shrewsbury chapel at Sheffield Parish Church (now Sheffield Cathedral), where a large monument erected to him can still be seen. Marriages and progeny

  4. Holme Pierrepont Hall is 3 miles from Trent Bridge, off the A6011 Radcliffe Road, just before it joins the A52 Nottingham to Grantham Road. If coming from the A52, turn onto the A6011 Radcliffe Road by the Gamston Lock public house. At the second set of traffic

  5. Host to important monuments of Derby’s past, such as the tomb of Bess of Hardwick, the wrought iron screen by Robert Bakewelland the memorial of Florence Nightingale. Visit Website Artcore

  6. Great Lives — Series 46, Patricia Greene on Bess of Hardwick. Patricia Greene, the actress who plays Jill Archer, nominates Bess of Hardwick as her hero

  7. This monument to late medieval ‘conspicuous consumption’ was built in the 1440s for the wealthy Ralph, Lord Cromwell, Treasurer of England. Later the home of Bess of Hardwick’s husband, the Earl of Shrewsbury, who imprisoned Mary Queen of Scots here in 1569, 1584 and 1585. Please note: Wingfield Manor is part of a working farm.