Dronfield Solicitors


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If your legal problems get too much for you Dronfield has many pubs, including: the Blue Stoops, the Bridge, the Coach & Horses, the Green Dragon, the Three Tuns (formerly the Hallowes and before that the Masons Arms), the Hearty Oak, the Hyde Park, the Jolly Farmer (formerly the Gorsey Brigg), the Miners Arms, the Dronfield Arms (formerly the Sidings and before that the Midland), the Talbot Arms, the Victoria, the White Swan, the Cross Daggers, the Yew Tree and the Chequers.

Dronfield also has several social clubs: The Contact Club, Dronfield Woodhouse Sports & Social Club, Hill Top Sports & Social Club and the Pioneer Club.

Dronfield is home to 1890 (Dronfield) ATC Squadron.

Industrialisation in Dronfield reached its zenith its 1873 with the arrival of the Wilson Cammell steel rail making plant on Callywhite Lane and for ten years the town enjoyed boom conditions. The population rapidly increased, new areas of housing were built and many shops were opened.

The coal and the steel industries both suffered a decline in the 1880s and by 1883 the making plant had been removed to Workington Cumberland in an operation which astonished the commercial world.

The economic slump and the Wilson Cammell removal left Dronfield a stricken town with hundreds of empty houses and it was many years before there was a return to relative prosperity.