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Mickleover has a number of primary schools: Wren Park Primary, Mickleover Primary, Brookfield Primary, Silverhill Primary and Ravensdale and Infants schools. There is also a secondary school, Murray Park School, which also borders the edge of Mackworth, and goes straight onto D block in Derby College. Many residents of Mickleover, however, attend John Port School, or Littleover Community School both of which can be difficult to obtain a place because of high demand.
So whether you’re traveling for business or leisure, the Hallmark Hotel Derby Mickleover Court looks forward to your visit. We’ve got a great location, great property and great reputation, alongside our warm Derbyshire hospitality. See you soon.
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Along with Mickleover Sports, the suburb is also home to many junior sports teams. A notable example being the Mickleover Lightning Sox football team who are listed in the Guinness World Records 2005 for being involved in the longest penalty shootout. The game between the Sox and Chellaston Boys in the 1998 Derby Community Cup, finished 1–1 with Sox winning the shootout 2-1, but not until 66 penalties had been taken.
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The village has two C of E churches – the 1960s St John the Evangelist and the older All Saints. There is also a Methodist chapel and a Roman Catholic church on Uttoxeter Road called Our Lady of Lourdes. All Saints once contained an infant school, as did the Old Tea Rooms, now known as the Mickleover Community Centre.
Then there’s our brasserie-style restaurant. It has an eclectic range of options, with highly regarded modern European dishes. You'll find delicious pasta dishes and mouth-watering curries, sitting alongside super stacked Hallmark Burgers, fantastic salads and succulent steaks. Take a look at our menu, it offers something for everyone.
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The section between Egginton Jcn. and Friargate was then acquired by the Train Control Group of the BR Research Division, as a suitable test track. It was singled between Friargate and Mickleover, but in 1973 the line was cut back to Mickleover since the eastern end of the track bed had been earmarked for the new A38 trunk road. Thereafter the line was used as a test track until 1990 when the A516 feeder road to the A50 by-pass was built over the trackbed and the line was closed and lifted.
We’re not just popular for weddings. We’ve also got a stellar reputation for celebrations from major birthdays and anniversaries to family gatherings, and for business functions including product launches, sales conferences and team building. Indeed we have no less than 11 rooms to suit every size of party, with state-of-the-art technology, as well as expert, well-connected event planners to take the organizational strain.
At Egginton Jcn. it joined the Derby to Crewe line of the North Staffordshire Railway which it left at Bromshall Junction near Uttoxeter to journey on to Stafford. There was also a line from Egginton Junction via Dove Junction to Burton-on-Trent.
Mickleover is home to the Mickleover Army Cadet Force Detachment. The Detachment is part of the larger D Company with its headquarters in central Derby (Phoenix Street). D company is part of the larger Mercian Regiment which is home to over 850 cadets and almost 170 adult volunteers in 32 detachments. http://mickleoveracf.co.uk
And that’s just the start. There’s our dedicated experienced team of event coordinators who’ll hold your manicured hand all through the planning, ensuring your big day runs smoothly, right down to the tiniest unique detail. Add in our superb kitchen, well versed in conjuring up wedding banquets, buffet and brilliant canapés, and it’s small wonder we’ve recently been voted Derbyshire’s top wedding venue.
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Mickleover is the most westerly suburb of the city of Derby in the United Kingdom. It is located two miles (3 km) west of the city centre.
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Freight remained as did the through excursion traffic but eventually Friargate Goods closed on 4 September 1967.
Mickleover is now one of the largest suburbs in Derby and is still expanding due to ongoing housing developments. Construction of the £5.2m Mickleover bypass (A516/A38) began in April 1972 and it was opened on 19 February 1975.
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Mickleover Sports F.C. is a semi-professional football team. They are based at the Mickleover Sports Club on Station Road and are members of the Northern Premier League.
I hope it will include the information you require about Mickleover Primary School. In particular please see our school brochure which provides a wealth of information about the school including staff details, information on the curriculum and much more. If there is anything further you would like to know, please feel free to call or e-mail the school (see the “contact us” page for numbers and addresses) and we will be happy to try and answer your queries.
If you wish to obtain a paper copy of any information on our website please contact the school office. We hope that you find the regular updates to the website useful.
Address: Mickleover Medical Centre Vicarage Road Mickleover Derby DE3 0HA
There is a Tesco located towards the middle of the suburb, which was open 24 hours a day until 2016. Mickleover Court Hotel is popular with commuting business representatives as well as travelling sports teams, notably football teams playing against Derby County. The hotel also accommodated the England team in 2001 when they played a friendly at Pride Park Stadium against Mexico. The village centre also contains several pubs and a number of smaller shops.
The earliest recorded mention of Mickleover (and its close neighbour, Littleover) comes in 1011, when an early charter has King Aethelred granting Morcar, a high-ranking Mercian Thegn, land along the Trent and in Eastern Derbyshire, including land in the Mickleover and Littleover areas, consolidating estates he had inherited in North-East Derbyshire from his kinsman through marriage, Wulfric Spot, who founded Burton Abbey on the Staffs-Derbys border.
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Although most of the line was closed to passenger traffic in December 1939, Egginton station didn't officially close until 3 March 1962 and Mickleover station remained open until 3 February 1964. The final passenger train left Friargate on 5 September 1964 and the line then closed throughout to passenger traffic on 7 September 1964.
We are not affected by the planned Unison Strike action on 14th and 19th September and will be open as usual.
Telephone Numbers: Main Telephone: 01332 519401Appointments: 01332 519401Enquiries/Emergencies: 01332 513283Triage/Home Visits: 01332 518101Fax: 01332 518569Out Of hours: 111
Today Mickleover and Egginton stations survive, Mickleover is a private residence and Egginton is the HQ for a Payroll Company. The route of the line is now a cycle track to Egginton and nature path with little to indicate its former status.
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Welcome to Mickleover Medical Centre, providing primary care for Mickleover and surrounding areas. We hope you take your time to browse our website where you will find lots of useful information about the surgery and the services we offer.
Hallmark is proud to have so many plumb locations among our stable of hotels. But the Hallmark Hotel Derby Mickleover Court (formerly part of Menzies Hotels), just to the west of the East Midlands city with superb transport links, is something special. It really is.
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Here for fun? Then there’s the elegy-inducing hills and stone villages of the nearby Peak District – the second most popular national park on earth – along with wonderful historic properties like Chatsworth, immortalized in Pride and Prejudice, and Calke Abbey with it reclusive family history. Children maybe more interested in theme parks such as Alton Towers and Gulliver’s Kingdom, while Derby itself offers excellent shopping, restaurants and galleries.
Make that deities, mortals and brides. The excellent spa is just one of many reasons we’ve long been a favourite venue for local weddings. There are the elegant banqueting suites – come and see our dreamy pink and white cupola encircled by arches and dotted with twinkling lights – that can host celebrations, from just the two of you to parties of 200 guests.