is a most enjoyable walk with expansive views over open countryside,
passing through the attractive village of Ockbrook. After leaving the
village, the walk climbs gently up to Hopwood Nook, before returning
across the fields, past the site of a windmill, which is on private
Ockbrook is the home of a Moravian settlement, a product of the 18th
century, with its delightful terrace of red brick Georgian buildings and
strikingly attractive church. The Moravian Church was founded in 1457,
in Bohemia, and was based on simplicity in life and worship.