This is your chance to Calke Abbey as you have never seen it before. This video is a birds-eye take of one of South Derbyshire's finest country houses, labelled by the National Trust as the 'un-stately home'.
Drone enthusiasts, Osprey Drones have created the footage of the property in Ticknall. Jonny Birkin, from Osprey Drones has said that: "It's a stunning building even from the ground but when you see it from the air, it adds extra gravitas.
"You get a real sense of scale with the aerial footage, especially in the shot with a car snaking along the driveway, which is almost a pinprick in comparison to the Abbey and the estate itself.
"The footage also makes you realise how lucky we are to have such a piece of history on our doorstep, hidden away in its own vast landscape."
Calke Abbey has been left in much the same decayed, semi-abandoned state as it was in when it was handed to the National Trust in 1985 and Derbyshire-based Osprey Drones was there for a wedding reception.
Mr Birkin continued: "The footage at Calke was part of a wedding shoot. The couple married at Breedon-on-the-Hill and had their reception at the Riding School at Calke Abbey, where they asked Osprey Drones to photograph the party in a heart shape from the air.
"To do this, we needed to obtain special permission from the National Trust, which was granted since Osprey is a fully insured and Civil Aviation Authority-approved company.
"Once we had that permission, we were good to go with the preparatory work but then the great British weather almost scuppered the plans, raining constantly from about 11am until 6pm.
"However, there was a brief window of about 20 minutes in the forecast, so the heart shape was shot and once that was in the bag, I couldn’t resist the chance to take a quick flight around the Abbey itself."