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New: Archaeological Way App

The new Archaeological Way App is now live and available to download for free for iTunes iOS (iPhone) and Android devices.

From Pleasley to Creswell Crags, the App includes maps and information about the area’s history and heritage from the Ice Age to the present day, as well as flora, fauna and art to discover along the developing Archaeological Way trail.

Download the FREE new Archaeological Way App to your smartphone or tablet and listen to stories from people along the Way about the rich history and heritage of the area.


Archaeological Way iOS App
Google Play Archaeological Way App

The Archaeological Way programme is aiming to develop an 11 mile (18.5km) multi-user trail between Pleasley Pit Country Park and Creswell Crags, to provide a key missing section of the Derbyshire – Nottinghamshire trails network.  Phase 1, from Shirebrook to Poulter Country Park, was opened to the public in Spring 2015. Local Derbyshire firm Audio Trails worked with Bolsover Countryside Partnership and Limestone Journeys to develop the App, which features audio interviews with local people recorded by Peak Features and public artworks commissioned by Junction Arts.

The App was funded by the Limestone Journeys Landscape Partnership and the Heritage Lottery Fund.

To get the Archaeological Way App, please use the direct links or go to the App Store on your mobile device or tablet to browse apps.  Search ‘The Archaeological Way’. When you find the app follow these four simple steps:

  1. Tap the App.
  2. Tap ‘Get’ on the right side of the screen, then tap ‘Install’. It’s FREE!
  3. If prompted, enter your password.
  4. The App downloads to your device.

Free Download: App on iTunes IOS (iPhone) or Android Devices

Further Information:

Archaeological Way Trail Leaflet (PDF)

Archaeological Way App Information

Derbyshire County Council Archaeological Way Trail Information 

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