Centre boasts a new shopping experience

Derwentside Centre and Antiques, at Unity Mill, on Derwent Street, Belper, has been very well received by shoppers.
Derwentside Centre and Antiques, at Unity Mill, on Derwent Street, Belper, has been very well received by shoppers.
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Shoppers have been full of praise for the newly-revamped Derwentside Home Centre and Antiques shopping mill, which now boasts many individual units with amazing products and services.

The centre, at Unity Mill, on Derwent Street, Belper, has several floors full of original, bespoke and reproduction furniture and accessories including bedroom furniture, a large fireplace showroom, reclaimed and new furniture and panelled doors.

It also has a range of garden furniture and ornaments as well as a range of period, stained glass window panels. And its many shops include bridal wear, pianos, photography and much more.

A Derwentside spokesman said: “We have new stock arriving each and every week so if you don’t see something on the site people can call back the following week to find our latest arrivals.

“We also offer a manufacturing service using reclaimed or new timber, waxed or painted. Kitchens can also be made to fit to a bespoke design.”

Derwentside shopping mill is placed in the heart of Derbyshire in the town’s Unity Mill which is part of the Derwent Valley World Heritage Centre.

The large four-storey Victorian mill forms part of the Derwent Valley World Heritage site and Derwentside Shopping Mill states that it has new stock arriving every week.

The centre has developed from Derwentside Antiques which has been a successful business for more than 15 years stocking hundreds of reclaimed, vintage, retro, period and original items.

It is full of unique and unusual pieces all displayed in a magnificent 19th Century flour mill within the heritage site.

The first room gives an impression of what you can expect elsewhere with beautiful tables, chairs, dressers, chests of drawers and grandfather clocks with a vast selection of original and reproduction door handles, knobs and knockers.

Each of its three floors are brimming with fantastic antiques and Derwentside’s own high-quality hand made furniture.

A Derwentside spokesman added: “We have been crafting hand made kitchens, furniture and doors for over ten years with a sizeable portfolio of clients, who often come back time and again.

“Our small team pride themselves in providing the best quality items with the friendliest of service to all our customers.”

The centre is open seven days a week with free parking and disabled access.

Those interested in renting a unit or space in the large, four-storey building can do so by calling 01773 828008 for details.