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We are now going to 12,000 homes in total and our little team couldn’t be more excited as we have plenty more plans going forward. By the time this lands on your doorstep, we will have a new improved website as well and our facebook and twitter name should have changed too (although if it hasn’t fully transferred...excuse the teething problems!!) To top all this off, we have some amazing offers, competitions and new advertisers to help us with this new look, so I strongly advise you to read it from cover to cover this month, as you don’t want to miss anything from first aid training to a wildlife course, from work wear safety supplies to a competition where you can win a 5 in 1 micro dermabrasion. So, now the re-brand is virtually complete, what will I do with my time? Answers on a postcard….. ;-) Emily x
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Book Review - Longbourn by Jo Baker Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is part of Longbourn is just as much a love story as our culture...there have been >ilms, TV, Austen’s original and it’s beautifully written. adaptations, even Bridget Jones with her The characters are real; but the steps down hero/husband Darcy. We think we know the servants’ staircase lead to a different the world of upper class England in the 19th world. century. Country walks, country gentlemen, It’s grittier – the Bennet sisters’ need for new bonnets and ladies who played the piano adornments for their shoes turns into a and sang. trudge through miles of rain and mud for But now Jo Baker’s Longbourn gives you the Sarah. The Bennets’ afternoon tea and walks story from the perspective of the servants – down country lanes are replaced by blistered as housemaid Sarah describes: “If Elizabeth hands, cold beds, the drudgery of the weekly Bennet had the washing of her own wash. And even in an enlightened household, petticoats, she would be more careful not to as a servant your time and your destiny tramp through muddy >ields.' always belonged to someone else. While the Bennets are living Pride and One of the real joys is that as Baker’s story Prejudice upstairs at Longbourn, downstairs unfolds she reminds you what is happening gives us overworked servants and different to the Bennets. When Lydia elopes with the kinds of love and sex, war and politics – the scoundrel Wickham; the repercussions echo bits that Jane Austen, for all her sharp down the back stairs. observation of time and place, leaves out. Even if you haven’t read the original, it’s a really good read. If you have, it’s a delight.
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“Along comes the sun and dries up all the rain”, well not quite but we’re getting there. So it’s time for us and our incy wincy doggy friends to go out for walks again. We’re off the Wessington this months for a varied walk with some lovely views. Hope you enjoy it. If so why not let us know... 4 mile circular walk from Wessington A moderate and varied walk for you and your dog. The route should take around 2 hours. The route has a number of inclines inclines and the terrain is still mixed at this time of the year with uneven sections so a good pair of boots or wellies as always is highly recommended.
1. Begin the walk on Back Lane in Wessington. Facing east, with your back to the centre of Wessington take a footpath sign to follow wide gravel track. As this track bends right take a smaller path on your left. When this path forks take the wider path on the right. 2. At the A615 cross and turn left and walk for about 70 meters, turn left just past the bus stop to join a path through the nature area. Follow this across the nature area to meet another path that takes you up past the grass pitch to join Slack Lane. 3. Turn Left and follow Slack Lane for a little under 400 meters then take a signposted footpath on your left. Head diagonally across the :ield. Cross the stile and turn right following the path up the side of the next :ield. 4. Continue into the wooded area. Turn right at the fork in the path and follow it across a footbridge as it brings you out into a :ield. r Keep ahead and at the end of the :ield turn a d e r e R right to join a farm track. e O ff 5. Follow the track for a little over 300 meters. As you approach the farm building, after passing through over a 2nd cattle grid cut across a :ield, heading for the tree, then bear left towards a gate. Cut diagonally right across the next :ield to pass through a gap in the hedge and continue along the path diagonally left across the :ield towards the corner. 6. Cross a stile and turn right along the path into with every purchase of Lindway Springs. Follow the path as it takes you Millers Complete Dog Food up and to the right through the wood and past a with this coupon farm building picking up the farm track that brings you to Lindway Lane. 7. Turn left onto the lane and follow it for a little over 300 meters as it bends around to the right. Continue and as you pass some houses on your left take a footpath sign on your right through the hedge.
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Out and About A daily guide to some of the local clubs and groups in your area Monday Wednesday Baby Massage The Hub, Shiners Way, South Normanton, DE55 2AA - 2pm - 3pm. Ages birth - 4 months. Contact the children’s centre on 01629 533735 for information on the next course.
Alfreton Jog Club (for those that can run for at least 30mins at a steady pace) - meet at 7:10pm at Alfreton Leisure Centre. Contact Anne or Amy at email@example.com.
Crafty Crew - Alfreton Children’s Centre, Grange Street, Alfreton, DE55 7JA - 1.30pm - 3pm . Contact - 01629 533066. Alfreton Singers - Swanwick School & Sports College (formerly The Delves) 7.15 -9pm. Mixed choir
Tuesday Alfreton WI Meet every 4th Tuesday at Firs Community Centre, Firs Gardens, High Street, Alfreton DE55 7HH at 7:30pm. Contact Linda Singleton 01773 520243.
of friendly singers. All styles of music. Contact Claire on 01773 835316 for more info. Alfreton Town Juniors U14’s - 7-8pm at Somerlea Park astro pitch, call Ben on 07972 927236 for more info.
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Alfreton Society of Painters - 7pm- 9pm at Pennytown Court Community Rooms. Visit www.alfretonsociety ofpainters.com for more info.
South Wing ield Youth Alfreton Children’s The Hub, Shiners Way, Club - Fun & activities for Centre, Grange Street, SouthvNormanton, kids aged 6-14 at South Alfreton, DE55 7JA. DE55 2AA. 1.30pm - Wing8ield Social Club, 43 High Road, South 1.30pm - 3pm. Fun 3pm. Make new Wing8ield. DE55 7LX from play session with arts, friends, share tips and 7pm - 8:30pm. Contact Little Ones Group crafts and song time discuss any issues you Alfreton Children’s Centre, Michael Hobson on 07545 aimed at children ages may have. Contact - for more Grange Street, Alfreton, 938994 1-3 years. Contact - 01629 533735. DE55 7JA - 1.30pm to 3pm. information.
Wednesday Alfreton Nursery School 9.30am - 11am (term time and Children’s Centre, only) Supports mums, Parent & Toddler Drop dads and carers to create in - Alfreton Nursery the best start for their School, Grange Street, children by making the Alfreton, DE55 7JA - Term most of everyday learning. time - 9am - 10am - Con- Contact 01629 533066 tact Angela Stanton : In-betweenies 01773 520031 Alfreton Children’s Centre, Amber Valley Chess Club Grange Street, Alfreton, Meets once a month at the DE55 7JA - 1.30 - 3pm. Community Rooms, Parks Group for children with Avenue, South Wingfield. mums, dads and carers up Call Paul on 01773 833007 to the age of 25. Contact - for dates & times. 01629 533066. Everyone welcome, Free to AVRUFC Senior Section non team players Training during close Watchorn Tots Parent season takes place at and Toddler Group Amber Valley RUFC, Lower Watchorn Church, Derby Somercotes (opposite Pye Road, Alfreton. Term time - Bridge Ind Est.) starts at 10am - 11.30am Contact 7pm - 8.30. Contact Stuart Judith - 01773 526012 Artliff 07966 867946 or PEEP 2/3’s - Alfreton Gareth Pilkington 07772 Children’s Centre, Grange 366157. Street, Alfreton, DE55 7JA -
Weighing Clinic Alfreton Children’s Centre, Grange Street, Alfreton, DE55 7JA. 1pm - 2.30pm. Come and have your baby weighed and see someone from the health team. Contact - 01629 533066
Alfreton & District U3A - Meet every second Thursday of each month at Christ Cypress Parent the King Church Hall, Support Group The Hub, Shiners Way, Nottingham Road, Alfreton at 2pm. South Normanton, Contact David DE55 2AA. 10am - Thomson on 01773 11.30am. (3rd 602147. Thursday of every month) A support Alfreton Male Voice group for parents and Choir Rehearsals carers of children and 6:45pm at Palmer young people with Morewood Social additional need and/ Club, Hall Street. New or Disabilities. Contact members welcome-no - 01629 533735. audition, just a love of singing.
Friday Alfreton Nursery School and Children’s Centre, Parent & Toddler Drop in Session. Alfreton Nursery School, Grange Street, Alfreton., DE55 7JA - Term time -1.30pm - 2.30pm. Contact Angela Stanton 01773 520031 Childminding Network Alfreton Children’s Centre, Grange Street, Alfreton, DE55 7JA.
9.30am - 11.30am. A chance for local childminder’s to meet. Contact - 01629 533066 Tiddlers and Toddlers Group - Alfreton Children’s Centre, Grange Street, Alfreton, DE55 7JA. 12.30pm - 2.30pm. Run by parents and open to all. Contact - 01629 533066
Saturday A.D.A.S.C Football Club - various training sessions for 5 - 16 year olds. Availability for 5 year olds to start training next season and 6 & 7 years olds required for the summer league. Contact Barry on 01773 836017
Sunday Greenwood Archery Meet at Swanwick Pentrich Road Football Club on High8ield Road at 10am. Call Simone on 01773 602605 for more details.
Amber Valley Junior Rugby - Coaching for kids from 4yrs to 16yrs at Lower Somercotes (opposite Pye Bridge Ind Est). Sundays 10am. Contact Stuart 07966
867946 or Gareth 07595 520537. Alfreton Heritage Trust The Heritage Chapel on Rodgers Lane is open between 2 & 4pm. Visitors are welcome to browse & test the knowledge of Trust members. Contact Rachel Walker on 01773 832349 or visit www.alfretonheritage.org.uk
Other Guiding offers opportunities in the following sections: Rainbows age 5-7yrs Brownies aged 7-10yrs Guides aged 10-14yrs Adult Leaders 18yrs + Senior Section aged 14-25yrs If you or your daughter would like to know more about Joining visit www.girlguiding.org.uk/interested or call 0800 1 69 59 01
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Derbyshire Police Update Since our last update there have been a few changes to the of icers on some of our Safer Neighbourhood policing teams. PCSO Simon Childs has recently left the Alfreton Town Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team, which now includes PC Sharon Evans, PCSO Tracey Barks, PCSO Chris Hart and PCSO Paul Hubber. The Alfreton Rural Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team cover the Oakerthorpe and South Wing ield areas. PCSO Donna Walker has recently moved on from the team but has been replaced by PCSO Marion Jeffery.
Before becoming a PCSO, Marion worked for Derbyshire County Councilâ€™s Youth Services on the mobile unit and also at The Polygon in Alfreton. There are no changes to the team which covers the Higham and Wessington area, which includes PC Sarah Dolby, PC Dave Price, PCSO Gary Green and PCSO Laura McLuckie.
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Alfreton Party in the Park Sponsored Walk Now in it's third year, the annual Alfreton Party in the Park eight-mile sponsored walk is once again calling on all walkers and ramblers to help raise funds this year on Sunday, April 13th. The destination for the charity event is Oakerthorpes Amber Hotel, where the arrivals will be rewarded with a barbecue and live music from 'Redwood Acoustic'
Alfreton on Sunday 13th April at 11am, then through the grounds of St The walkers will be guided by stewards through the quiet, secluded, Martins church and adjacent 3ields, countryside of the Northern section of onto Bracken3ield and through Amber Valley and will include areas of Wessington and South Wing3ield, well-known local history, some dating where it follows in line with the Derby to Shef3ield rail line into Oakerthorpe. back to Roman times. There are refreshments stops at Planned to raise funds for this year’s various country pubs along the way Party in the Park annual event, walkers can opt to raise money for Sponsorship forms are available from their own charity causes too, or Blueys Bar and the Waggon & Horses simply make a donation of £5 if they pubs in Alfreton or more details contact John on 07933 113873 or Rob can’t take part in the walk. on 07989 668957. The walk starts at the J.D Wetherspoons Waggon & Horse pub in For details on how to book a stall at this year’s Party in the Park, for charity, trade, exhibition or organisation; contact the Party in the Park team through their Facebook page, or see their webpage http://alfretonpartyinthepark.btck.co.uk/
Gardeners Calendar - April 2014 Plant summer :lowering bulbs such as lilies and anemones; Make sure there’s adequate drainage – crock pots, gravel or vermiculite mixed with compost so they don’t rot if we get a really wet Spring – not that we will, of course...
Pot up any cuttings taken from last year’s plants and overwintered in the greenhouse. Keep taking cuttings as they grow – there’s still time for them to be ready to >lower this summer.
Rose pruning time. If you’ve got roses which repeat :lower during the summer shorten last year’s growth by a third. With shrub roses you can take older stems back to the base if they’re looking congested. This is the time to treat them to some rose fertilizer and a nice bit of muck around the roots.
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Heat the oven to 160 C/Gas 3. Score the skin with a sharp knife and rub all over with olive oil, salt and pepper. Scatter the garlic and thyme on a lightly oiled roasting tray. Lay the pork on top, fat side up. Trickle with a little more olive oil and sprinkle with a little more sea salt. Add a splash of white wine, cover the tray with foil and roast for 3 hours, basting every 45 minutes with the pan juices. Transfer the pork to a clean roasting tray, cover with foil and use several cook books or something heavy to place on top and weigh down to 8latten the pork. Once cool, wrap in cling 8ilm and leave in the fridge for several hours or overnight. Half an hour before serving, heat the oven to the highest setting, around 240 C/Gas 9. Cut the pressed pork into individual portions and place on a roasting tray, fat side up. Rub the tops with olive oil and sprinkle generously with sea salt. Roast for 15 minutes until the skin is golden brown and crisp. Rest the pork for 5 minutes before serving.
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display their work here and every two weeks one of them is given a special focus in the main exhibition room. At the beginning of April Chas. Wilby, a landscape painter is featured. LEABROOKS His life has been enriched by his love of art and G A L L E R Y painting but he spent many years as a miner. At Home Furnishings the age of twelve he was given a box camera and & Interiors used it in his explorations of the countryside; LEABROOKS HOUSE, 36 today, retired and in his In the Interiors LEABROOKS RD, SOMERCOTES, seventies, he continues DE55 4HB section of the the same pursuit: Complex there recording images on >ilm is a variety of new items with which to treat and in paint. The result is yourself or your loved ones. If you would like to a collection of beautiful freshen up your environment or inject a sense of landscapes which convey fun into your surroundings then you could >ind both his skill and sincerity as an artist. help here! Equally, there is a great deal to attract you in the Jewellery and Card area in the There are treats all around - and donâ€™t forget the Coffee Shop. Throughout you will >ind appealing Networking Artists Coffee Club on the 5th April, and affordable pieces which will justify your Coffee Club Plus, for a sociable outing, on the 19th April, (both from 11am until 1pm), and the indulgence in some serious retail therapy! If youâ€™re looking for a special gift you might like Art Tea, for singletons, on the 26th April, (from to buy a painting: a number of popular artists 2pm until 4pm). Tel: 01773 602961 | e: firstname.lastname@example.org | www.leabrooks-interiors.com
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Our Alfreton & Villages edition of this local community magazine offers advertising and community news to the local area, delivering to 3,50...
Published on Apr 1, 2014
Our Alfreton & Villages edition of this local community magazine offers advertising and community news to the local area, delivering to 3,50...