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Heanor Market Place was developed in the 1890s, following the break-up of the Heanor Hall estate by the Miller Mundy family of nearby Shipley Hall (the Market Place site had been part of Heanor Hall Park). Until this development the main focus of market trading activity had been at Tag Hill.[5]

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Ten structures in Heanor and Loscoe civil parish are listed by Historic England as of particular architectural or historical interest. Two are in Loscoe and eight in Heanor. None is listed as Grade I, but the Church of St Lawrence in Heanor is listed as Grade II*. The other nine structures are all listed as Grade II.[37] St Lawrence's has 15th-century origins, although it was altered in 1866–68 and again about 1980.[38]

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The local newspaper which serves, amongst others, the communities of Ripley, Heanor, Marlpool, Loscoe, Waingroves, Aldercar, Crosshill and Codnor is the 'Ripley and Heanor News'. However, its circulation area is not limited to these towns and villages and could be considered to extend from Whatstandwell in the west, to Brinsley in the east; from South Normanton in the north, to Coxbench in the south. It is published each Thursday.[citation needed]

The centre of the town is a market square. Market day is on Fridays and Saturdays. The market has been in decline for quite some time and the Saturday market much smaller and closes earlier. The market square is overlooked by a 12th century church. Heanor is administered by Amber Valley Borough Council and Heanor and Loscoe Town Council

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The Matthew Walker factory, famous for the production of Christmas puddings and situated on Heanor Gate Industrial Park, was sold in 1992 to become part of the Northern Foods Group. Other companies on the park include Advanced Composites Group, Cullum Detuners Ltd and Isolated Systems Ltd. In 2011 the 2 Sisters Food Group purchased Northern Foods. The Matthew Walker factory is now a part of the 2 Sisters Chilled Division.

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Despite this the town has grown over the last 20 years and has now fused with small communities of Langley Mill, Marpool, Codnor, Loscoe and Aldercar around the sides of Heanor Hill.

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Heanor (pronunciation: /ˈhiːnə/) is a town in the Amber Valley district of Derbyshire in the East Midlands of England. It is 8 miles (13 km) northeast of Derby. Together with the adjacent village of Loscoe it forms the civil parish and town-council-administered area of Heanor and Loscoe, which in the 2011 census had a population of 17,251.

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The nearest station is at Langley Mill two miles away, which has services to Nottingham, Sheffield and beyond. Formerly the Midland Railway had a line between Shipley Gate and Butterley that passed through Heanor (closed to passengers in 1926), and the Great Northern Railway had a branch line which terminated in a goods yard and small station in Heanor (closed in 1928, though temporarily revived in 1939).

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The town had been involved in the coal mining industry for generations. (This region is where the industrial revolution began and textile industry was also important to this area.) The mining industrial collapsed in the 1980's and the textile industry collapsed in the 1990's which caused a blow to the local economy.

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