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A THING TO DO TODAY

ASHBOURNE
Price: Free
Time: 1-3 hours
There are more than seventy ancient monuments in and around Stanton Moor. Go and meet some of them on a 2-mile audio-guided walk around the moor, where you'll encounter such characters as the Fiddler and of course the Nine Ladies. Download the audio guide, begin at the south-west entrance to the moor near Birchover, and step back in time.
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