Visit to Ecton copper mine, Derbyshire

The Council for British Archaeology, East Midlands, has arranged a visit on Saturday 3rd June, to Ecton Copper Mine, a site of national importance from the Bronze Age to the 1880s, near Warslow, Derbyshire.
Meet at 10am at the lay-by on the west side of Ecton Hill, approx 2 miles south east of Warslow, just off the B5053 (SK 096582; DE6 2AJ), in the direction of Alstonefield
Walking will mostly be on footpaths, old tracks and grassland, but includes long steep gradients both up and down Ecton Hill (with stops). Stout walking boots are recommended.
There is no charge for the walk, but please let the organisers know in advance if you intend to join the visit, preferably by e-mail to cbaem@archaeologyuk.org.