Mickleover

Mickleover is a suburb located two miles (3 km) west of the city centre and is the most westerly suburb of the City of Derby in the United Kingdom.

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University Of Derby - History - Kedleston Road
... the 35-acre (140,000 m2) Bishop Lonsdale College in Mickleover was developed for teacher training courses ... Half of the places at Mickleover were reserved for C of E trainees and the other half for those with no link to Derby Diocese ... become known institutionally as the Bishop Lonsdale College of Education at Mickleover ...
Mickleover - Sports
... Mickleover is home to the relatively small, semi-professional football team Mickleover Sports F.C. ... Despite Mickleover's status as a suburb, Sports compete in the Northern Premier League Division One South along with former Football League club ... Along with Mickleover Sports, the suburb is also home to many junior sports teams ...
Mickleover Railway Station
... Mickleover railway station was a railway station serving the village of Mickleover, Derbyshire, England (now part of the city of Derby) ...
A516 Road - Route
... Approaching Mickleover, it becomes a dual-carriageway ... Passing the Mickleover Court Hotel, the road enters the City of Derby ... The road used to pass through Mickleover, which is now the B5020 ...
Mickleover Sports F.C.
... Mickleover Sports Football Club is an English football club based in the Mickleover suburb of Derby, Derbyshire ... The club plays its home matches at The Raygar Stadium, formerly known as The Mickleover Sports Ground and more commonly referred to as Station Road after the road on which it is located ...