Historic archives including diaries, photos and records of those who once lived and worked on the Calke Estate are to return to the site for one day only.
As part of Heritage Open Days, Derby Records Office will be bringing some of the Calke Archives back to Calke Abbey, near Ticknall, for visitors to see for themselves tomorrow, Saturday, September 9.
The archivists, as well as some of Calke Abbey's volunteers, will be on hand to chat to visitors telling them about the items and the history of the family and the estate.
A spokesman for Calke said: "Calke has one of the largest collections in the country and it isn't possible to store everything here, so it’s fabulous that Derby Records Office can bring back some of archive for our visitors to take a look at."
The Calke Archives Come Home events will be in the learning room at the venue from noon until 4pm on Saturday, September 9. It is free admission to the estate as part of Heritage Open days.