Roman fort and historic churches are on Derbyshire 'at risk register'

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Six previously "at risk" Derbyshire churches are no longer in danger of irreversible damage and disrepair but another 60 buildings in the county are still in a hazardous state, according to Historic England.

Although the churches have been removed from the organisation's Heritage at Risk Register for 2020, two new sites have been added, including a church and a Roman fort.

Grade I listed St Mary's Church in Wirksworth is in a "poor" condition according to the register.

The church was restored in 1870 by Sir George Gilbert Scott, who designed many iconic buildings including the hotel at St Pancras and the Albert Memorial.

It was restored again in the 20th century but now some

 link source - Derby Telegraph

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