Rosliston is a farming community also mentioned in the Domesday Book as Relauseston which was probably derived from Rodlauseton, an Anglo Saxon name. The village church of St. Mary the Virgin was largely rebuilt and extended in 1819, but the 14th Century tower with its rebuilt broach spires still remains.
In 1994, nearby Rosliston Forestry Centre opened and the first woodland of the National Forest planted. The Centre is a great place for observing wildlife through the walking and cycling trails. The Centre also offers overnight accommodation, archery, laser clay pigeon shooting and falconry in the heart of the National Forest.
Nearby places to visit include Beehive Woodland Lakes, the National Forest Adventure Farm, Conkers and the National Memorial Arboretum.
- Rosliston Derbyshire DE12 8JW
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