Local Services & Amenities

Denstone Village

Denstone Village Hall

The Village Hall is a registered charity. It is run by a Management Committee composed of representatives nominated by village organisations, four elected members and up to four co-opted members.

The hall is available for hire for events, meetings, etc. It has a fully-equipped kitchen and disabled access, and is ideally placed in a large car park in the centre of Denstone (opposite the Tavern).

Contact: Mrs Lynn Shooter, Tel: 07980051282

Click here for the Village Hall website

Mobile Post Office

There is no Post Office service in Denstone now but the Mobile Post Office at Ellastone is open on Monday and Thursday 9.30am – 11.30am in the Parish Hall, Church Lane Ellastone.

Please feel free to make use of this service.

Post Office Van with sheep in background
  • Letter/parcel postage
  • Personal banking services like cash withdrawal
  • Savings
  • Insurance services


Opposite the Church is the award-winning Denstone Hall Farm Shop, where you can buy many delicious foods. They also sell cards and gifts.

There are some useful local stores in nearby Rocester, one of which is also a Post Office.

Pubs & Restaurants

There isn’t a fast food chain for miles. To satisfy your hunger and thirst in Denstone, you can choose between The Tavern in the centre of the village and the Denstone Hall cafe in the Farm Shop, both of which are deservedly very popular with locals and visitors alike.

The Tavern pub, Denstone
The Tavern

Rocester has a fish and chip shop and an Indian restaurant, while the nearby village of Ellastone has The Duncombe Arms pub/restaurant.

Petrol Stations & Garages

There is no petrol station in Denstone itself, but if you have car trouble or need petrol urgently there is a garage in nearby Rocester – it’s not open late or on Sundays, though. A little further away, there are several petrol stations in Ashbourne and Uttoxeter, each just a few miles away in opposite directions. There are also tyre and car repair garages in Cheadle, Ashbourne and Uttoxeter.


There are several places to stay in Denstone from small B&Bs to larger self catering establishments.

Children’s Play Area

There’s a play area for small children in the centre of the village not far from the Tavern Pub.

Public Toilet

There is a toilet available for public use (maintained by the Parish Council) at the left hand side of the Village Hall (opposite The Tavern). It’s not signed. There are also toilets available for customers at The Tavern and at Denstone Hall Farm Shop.

Community Transport – Denstone Voluntary Car Scheme

Launched in April 2006, the Community Transport service is proving to be a valuable facility available to all Denstone residents. The main purpose of the scheme is to provide a door to door service for those who are without access to a private car, when suitable public transport is not available, or cannot be used due to infirmity, age or disability.

We can help you if you cannot drive or use public transport. We will collect, transport and return you so you can attend appointments, etc., between 8am — 6pm on weekdays.

Contact: Roy Smith

tel: 01889 590426 (Home) / 07843 121408 (Mob) / email: marsharoy@hotmail.com

Denstone Meadow

The land to create Denstone Wildlife Meadow was purchased by Denstone Parish Council with money specifically donated for this purpose by people living in the village.

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