Marsh Lane, Derbyshire

Marsh Lane: junction of Ford Road with Main Road, showing war memorial

Marsh Lane village is located in the civil parish of Eckington in North-East Derbyshire, England.[1] It is 6 miles north east of Chesterfield. The village had a 2011 population of 895.


Marsh Lane has a primary school built in the 1860s.[2] It also has a nursery for children aged 3–4 years of age.


As the village is located just between the border of South Yorkshire and Derbyshire, it has its own accent. A cross between the Sheffield (as opposed to Yorkshire) and Chesterfield accents, Chesterfield being the predominant.


  1. "Welcome". Eckington parish Council. Retrieved 21 May 2015. Eckington Parish ... includes the villages of Marsh Lane, ...
  2. "Marsh Lane Primary School". Retrieved 21 May 2015.

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Coordinates: 53°18′29″N 1°23′31″W / 53.308039°N 1.391859°W / 53.308039; -1.391859

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