- Alsop-en-le-Dale, Ashford-in-the-Water, Ashbourne
- Bakewell, Baslow, Beeley, Biggin, Birchover, Bonsall, Bradbourne, Bradwell, Brailsford, Brassington, Bretton
- Calver, Carsington, Chatsworth, Chelmorton, Cromford, Curbar
- Darley Dale
- Earl Sterndale, Edensor, Elton, Eyam
- Fenny Bentley, Foolow, Froggatt
- Great Hucklow, Great Longstone, Grindleford
- Hassop, Hathersage, Hognaston, Hartington
- Kirk Ireton, Kniveton
- Little Hucklow, Litton
- Matlock, Matlock Bath, Middleton-by-Wirksworth, Middleton-by-Youlgreave, Monyash
- Over Haddon
- Stanton-in-Peak, Stoney Middleton, Sudbury
- Taddington, Tansley, Thorpe, Tideswell, Tissington
- Wardlow, Wensley, Winster, Wirksworth
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