Leisure

Click the (blue) links below for more information

The Old Railway Line

Walks & Maps

There are many beautiful walks in Denstone and the surrounding countryside.

Click the link above for maps and leaflets to help you explore the area – including the latest 2012 version of the “Walks Around Denstone” leaflet.

Play Areas

There are two children’s play areas near the village centre in Denstone – one for small children and one for older children and teenagers, just a little way along the old railway line.

Local Attractions

The most famous local attraction is Alton Towers, only a few miles away from Denstone.

Click here to view Alton Towers Newsletter (Christmas Update 2016)

Clubs,  Classes and Groups

    • Denstone Art Group
      We are a non-profit making organisation and recently received funding from the Adult Education Service in Staffordshire.  We welcome any new members to come along and paint in their own media (water colours,  oils,  acrylics,  etc),  have a cup of coffee or tea and enjoy good company.
    • Denstone Players
      The Denstone Players Amateur Dramatic Society evolved from the Village Review held in support of The Denstone Sports Trust in 1987. Since then the Society has staged numerous plays and shows for the enjoyment of members and our audiences in the local community.
    • Denstone Spinners
      Spinners and beginners, knitters and weavers, all avid wool lovers welcome.
    • Garden Guild
      Denstone and District Garden Guild was formed nearly 50 years ago to provide a platform for people interested in gardening and plant life in general to get together, exchange ideas and enjoy talks from speakers who specialise in various aspects of gardening and associated subjects.
    • Mothers Union
      The Mothers Union is a world-wide Anglican organisation whose purpose it is to be concerned with all aspects of Christian family life.
    • School of Dance
      Pat Miller School of Dance.  Children’s dance classes every Thursday evening.
    • The Tuesday Club
      Denstone Tuesday Club is available for residents of Denstone, their relatives and friends, and those who join in other activities in Denstone. There is no age limit and no subscription.
    • Womens Institute
      Denstone Womens Institue was formed in 1921 and currently has over 40 members.  The Womens Institute is non political and offers friendship and a warm welcome to all ages and creeds.