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Last Updated: Wednesday, 31 August 2005, 09:46 GMT 10:46 UK
Game features all county's towns
Derbyshire is to get its own version of monopoly, with the new board game featuring all the county's towns.

The most expensive squares will feature Chatsworth House, Chesterfield's crooked spire, the Peak National Park and Pride Park.

Matlock is to be the cheapest square, occupying the place traditionally taken by Old Kent Road.

Graham Barnes, from the makers, said the fact Matlock got a brown square did not mean it was not a nice place to

live.


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