The lodge and church
Snelston shown within Derbyshire
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The building in the foreground of the photo above is Lower Lodge which stands at the entrance of Snelston Hall. Beyond the lodge is St Peter's church. Snelston Hall was built in 1827 and was demolished in 1951. The local squire, John Harrison had the village remodelled and a new school built in 1847. The village buildings were designed by the architect Lewis Nockalls Cottingham. This is now a model village.
Notable residents 
- Michael Sadler, MP, factory reformer, was born here in 1780. He reformed the laws for children working in factories.
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