Enjoy a relaxing break at Codnor Castle Inn at any time, take a few days and enjoy the golf, country side and local areas. You could even take a stroll to Codnor’s very own castle ruins ‘Codnor Castle’, previously seen on Channel 4’s Time Team in Jan 2008.
The rooms are decorated and fully furnished, however residents are encouraged to personalise the room and bring along their own belongings. Activities are arranged daily. There are opportunities to pursue hobbies and to help with gardening if you wish.
The British National Party held its Red, White and Blue festival from 2007-2009 off Codnor-Denby Lane, to the south of Codnor. It was cancelled in 2010.
Codnor also has two football teams. There is Codnor FC, who play in the Derby City Football League, and Codnor Miners FC - who play in the East Midlands Senior League 
Codnor has a cricket club which has been in existence since 1924. Whilst having some difficult times in the early stages of the club, the club now plays at a competitive standard in the Derbyshire county league and fields both a 1st and 2nd eleven as well as two youth teams. The club currently play on Goose Lane, which used to be home to Codnor Miners Welfare before it was shut down in 2007.
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Codnor Castle Inn is also an ideal venue for business meetings or workshops. Overnight accommodation is also available then why not have a round of golf in the surrounding countryside.
At Codnor Park, we aim to provide a peaceful, friendly atmosphere. Residents are encouraged to remain as independent as possible and are encouraged to make the house a home for life. Its a home from home with support when you need it from our professional and caring house staff and volunteers.
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Come and enjoy a light snack and a drink from the 19th Hole Bar from the snack bar menu during the day.
Our restaurant is open on Sunday lunch time for our fabulous carvery which is great value at £9.95 for 2 courses or £7.95 for one course. It is highly advised to book, to avoid disappointment.
Codnor castle Inn holds a license for civil weddings and our experience on weddings can make your special day a day to remember for all of the family. Members of the wedding party can even stay overnight in one of our lovely rooms.
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The home is purpose built, built in 1997. It shares a site with The Firs Nursing Home which is also part of Ashmere. It has 39 bedrooms, 38 single rooms all but two of which benefit from en-suite facilities. There is one double room with en-suite available. Our home is set in lovely surroundings, we have a lovely park area within the grounds with benches to enjoy the scenery.
Please feel free to contact us for any dining, function or wedding enquiry.
We also hold special events at various times of the year such as Mothers Day, Valentines and special Christmas Menu’s.
Lying between Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire in the shadows of Condor Castle and in the surrounding expansive grounds of Ormonde Fields Golf club, Codnor Castle Inn is an ideal location for parties, evening dining and Wedding Venue.
We can also organize your private parties such as birthdays, anniversaries, christenings and wakes in one of our function rooms. We can take care of every element of your event including food and drinks.
Codnor had three Methodist chapels, all in the Ripley Circuit, as well as the Anglican church of St James, at Crosshill. The village was also the birthplace of the noted Victorian phrenologist 'Professor' Joseph Millott Severn, who authored the book My Village: Owd Codnor and funded a set of alms houses in the centre of the village, which still stand to this day.
Codnor is listed in an entry in the Domesday Book of 1086, the great survey commissioned by William the Conqueror; a mill and church were mentioned, and also the fact that "Warner holds it". Coalmining had a long history locally, and was, at one time, responsible for subsidence damage to some buildings. Opencast mining is still in operation today within the area and the land around the castle has also been subject to this.
At one time the village had a railway station (Crosshill and Codnor) which was operated as part of the Midland Railway. The branch line was torn up when colliery traffic waned, and the only signs of it that are now left are a converted station yard and some embankments.
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Codnor is close to the larger communities of Ripley and Heanor.
Codnor is a Derbyshire village and civil parish in the Amber Valley district, and a former mining community, with a population of 3,766 (including Cross Hill) as taken at the 2011 Census. It is approximately 12 miles from the city of Derby and 14 miles from Nottingham by road.
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Codnor Community Primary School Whitegates Codnor Ripley Derbyshire DE5 9QD Headteacher: Mr S P Bower BEd (Hons) Tel: 01773 742537 Email: email@example.com