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Whatstandwell Video

Whatstandwell – An Unforgettable Place Where Road, Canal, Railway & River All Run Through

A tiny Derbyshire village with an unusual name has been instantly brought to life with evocative imagery in a brand new video by Peak District Online. Yet another evocative Peak District video to add to their already impressive portfolio.
This latest video, released on October 10th, in a long line of popular films made by the winning team, is already proving a hit with You Tube viewers. Made by the Peak District’s leading web portal Peak District Online, the sounds and scenery of this beautiful little place are brought to life with stunning clarity, proving once again that this is proving to be a very exciting way for business owners to promote their wares.
Much better than a virtual tour, this video starts with images set to gloriously soothing music, the sights and sounds of the Peak District village brought to life with the sounds of birdsong in your ears! With gorgeous scenes from the start, this 3 minute video takes us on a journey down the Cromford Canal, a busy starting point with watery enjoyment for anyone in a recreational mood.
We tear ourselves away from the fun and frolics and follow the canal as it meanders through the willows, expecting to see Ratty and Mole any minute, we can feel the sunshine on our faces and smell the heat of the glorious Summer's day.  We see the stunning views from the windows of scrumptious accommodation, in glorious colour, the music gently accompanying the viewer on a journey you won't want to come home from.
The atmospheric video highlights the wonderful flora and fauna of the surrounding area – the glorious River Derwent winding through the lush green vegetation of overhanging ancient trees, Summer laden foliage dip into clear waters. A wonderful walking route - under or over packhorse bridges, accompanying the rushes and reeds at the water's edge.
A chocolate box village with stunning scenery and breathtaking views of the Dales from every angle, the valley this village nestles in is truly a gem to behold. With its own woodland, tea shops, bed and breakfasts, ye olde pub overlooks the scene, a welcome place to rest and watch the world go by.
Follow in the footsteps of Florence Nightingale, the lady with the lamp took many a walk this way, with or without her lamp - who knows? The now disused section of the canal invites us to walk beside the calm water with dogs and children welcome. And after a hard day's walking, enjoy a tea on a lawn you'll never forget.
Superb video and a gorgeous little village - you'll want to see for yourself. Put your feet up and dream of the Summer - a Summer spent in Whatstandwell

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