Formed in 1983 to record and promote interest in the history of the Derbyshire village of Sawley
 The Sawley Directory
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All Saints Parish Church
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Baptist Church

Bothe Hall
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Canals
See Cranfleet CutErewash CanalSawley CutTrent & Mersey CanalAll Saints' Parish ChurchBaptist ChurchWesleyan ChurchMemorial Hall & Community Centre
Cranfleet Cut
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Derbyshire County Council

Derwent, River
The Derbyshire Derwent (there are other rivers with the same name) rises on Bleaklow in the Peak District and flows 50 miles through Derbyshire to join the River Trent at Sawley.

Dovedale School
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Erewash, River

Erewash Borough Council

Erewash Canal
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Flower Festival
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Harrington Bridge
The bridge over the River Trent at Sawley was erected in 1790. The 1790 stone bridge was replaced by the present iron girder structure in 1905.

Hully Gully
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Lakeside School

Longhorse Bridge
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Marina
See Sawley Marina
Member of Parliament

Memorial Hall & Community Centre

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New Sawley
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Old Sawley

Old Trent
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Parish Council
The current parish council was established in 2000

Post Offices

Post Boxes

Public Houses

Pym's Pit
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Rivers
See Erewash, Soar, Trent, Derwent.
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St Chad's Water

Sawley Cut

Sawley Infant & Junior School

Sawley Junction

Sawley Marina
A 26 acre site, of which 23 acres are water, with moorings for 700 boats, makes the Sawley Marina one of the largest inland marinas in the country.

Sawley Players

Sawley Safer Neighbourhood

Sawley TOC H Boys Club

Schools
See Dovedale SchoolSawley Infant & Junior SchoolLakeside School
Soar, River
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TOC H
See also Sawley Toc H Boys Club
Trent, River
The River Trent rises on Biddulph Moor in Staffordshire and flows through Staffordshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire before joining the River Ouse to form the Humber estuary. The length of the river is 170 miles, and Sawley is at the mid-point between source and mouth.

Trent Lock

Trent & Mersey Canal

Twitchell
The word 'twitchell', meaning an alley or pedestrian footway between buildings, seems to be peculiar to Sawley and the surrounding district. The newsletter of the Sawley & District Historical Society is called The Twitchell.
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War Memorial

Water Bridge

Weight Watchers
The Sawley Weight Watchers meet on Thursdays at 6 p.m. in the Sawley Methodist Church.

Wesleyan Church

Willowroot

Wilne

Wilne Mills

Wilsthorpe

Women's Institute
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