Welcome to the Kirk Langley website

Kirk Langley is situated in the Amber Valley borough, approximately five miles to the west of Derby on the A52. It is approximately three miles north of Mickleover.
The village comprises a church, a village hall, primary school and, up at Kirk Langley Common, a great pub, The Bluebell. Essentially a farming community there are a number of small industries in and around the village.
This web site carries several items of information and news and it is hoped keeps people up to date with matters that concern the parishioners. As well as forthcoming events on most pages the Parish Council page also has information on the wider police and Amber Valley affairs.  



St Michael's Church

The Church of St Michael is early 14th century, built when the early English style was giving way to the Decorated, on the site of a much older one, for which traces of a Saxon wall near the west door provides some evidence. It has a fine Perp tower and contains some interesting heraldic glass and tiles. The screen under the tower is one of oldest timber sreens in Derbyshire. There are monuments to the Meynell and Pole families, including a large marble alter tomb commemorating Henry Pole and his wife, and an elaborate memorial to William Meynell who was killed on the Danube in the 19th century when leading the Turks against the Russians.
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