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Welcome to Bolsover Voice I am so excited, we have some amazing developments just around the corner. We’ve got some new features coming, some fantastic additions to the AVV team and the big re-brand is literally weeks away. So far so good for 2014 but boy has it been hard work!! Sleeps for wimps!

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So with Easter just around the corner, we’ve got some fab offers throughout the mag, so make sure you have a good read. However, just to give you a heads up….Planet Happy Offer, Spavens Offer, Seals & Slimming & Inch Loss Boutique Offers and Breath of Life Clinic. Well worth a look for these savings alone! Don’t forget to like our FB page and follow us on twitter, we’ve been giving away some tickets for Chesterfield v Portsmouth on there, you’ve got to be in it to win it, so like us!! Anyway, we’re off to finish our face lift...see you next month. Quality Solicitors Chapman and Chubb Competition Question:

‘What is the legal term for the procedure of buying or selling a house?’ Answers by 1/4/14 to info@ambervalleyvoice.co.uk

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Printed by Newman Thomson and distributed to 3,500 homes in Broadmeadows & South Normanton. Disclaimer: No responsibility is accepted by Amber Valley Voice for claims, errors or omissions made in advertisements appearing in this issue. All advertisers are accepted in good faith and we are not responsible for views expressed by contributor or other sources. Reproduction of the contents of this magazine is not permitted without the prior consent of the publisher.

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Derbyshire Wildlife Trust Group This friendly local group meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at Riddings Community Centre. West Street. This month there will be a talk on Dolphins, Wednesday 12th March 7:30pm until 9:30pm. £2 entry with raffles and refreshments available during the break. Everyone Welcome. ‘Let’s Raise The Roof’ 2014 Car Boots Help Alfreton Park Special School raise funds for ‘Let’s Raise The Roof’ and have a good de-clutter session at the same time! The next date is 6th April at The Amber Hotel, Furnace Road, Oakerthorpe. Set up from 8am open until 12noon. £5 per boot and 20p to browse. Call 07518 025622 or 01773 832019 to book a plot.

Breathe Easy Group A friendly group of people who either suffer from a lung related illness and the people who support the COPD sufferers. The meetings are FREE and are on the 3rd Wednesday of each month. Next meeting on 19th March 1:30 - 3:30pm at Post Mill Centre, South Normanton. Contact Phil 01773 782875 for more info.

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For a free, no obligation quote or advice call Anthony on:

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Regular monthly sales of Coins, Medals, Bank Notes, Tokens, Small gold and Silver items

Do you have unwanted coins, banknotes or medals in a box at home? Call me for a free professional and without obligation valuation. Now online at:

www.kleefordcoins.webs.com For a free Auction Catalogue please call

01773 528743 or 07969 645952 email on kleeford@btinternet.com Also accepting lots for future auctions.

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Upcoming walk with Alfreton and District Rambling Club

We walk on alternate Sundays and meet in the car park near Alfreton Library at 9:30am. Bring a drink and packed lunch. Suitable footwear and clothing required. New faces made welcome. . For more info call Terry on 01773 835437 or Dave 07543 100655. Upcoming walks: 2nd March - Newstead, 8.5 miles 16th March– Wensley, 8 miles

Thurs 6th March - Ashover, 6 miles Thurs 3rd April - Baslow, 6 miles

Charity Craft Morning On March 20th from 9am - 1pm, there will be some locally produced crafts for sale at The Hub, Shiners Way in South Normanton. Come along and support a local good cause as all proceeds are for St Michael’s Parish Church Building Fund.

Chesterfield & District Branch MS Society This group is for anyone who is affected by MS - whether they are a sufferer, carer, relative or friend. Bi-monthly meetings at Firs House, Alfreton from 6-8pm for a drink and a chat. Next meeting on the 6th March. WHY ARE YOU SUFFERING ?

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Derbyshire Police Update The South Normanton and Pinxton Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team includes Sgt. Simon Street, PC Pete Wilbourne, PCSO Becky Davis and PCSO Marrion Jeffery. They cover the South Normanton and Pinxton area and work in partnership with other agencies to reduce crime, anti-social behaviour and resolve any community concerns or issues.

Every three months the team hold a meeting to offer local residents the chance to help set priorities for the area. The last meeting was held in January and it was decided officers would target: Damage to vehicles on Birchwood Lane, South Normanton, and the surrounding area. Increased police patrols will take place and residents are encouraged to let the team know of any Information or incidents so that they can take positive action to help resolve this problem and identify those responsible. This priority will be reviewed at the next meeting on Wednesday, April 23 at 6.30pm at Pinxton Village Hall, Kirkstead Road. All local residents are welcome to attend. The team also hold monthly surgeries in both South Normanton and Pinxton. You can catch officers between 6pm and 7pm on the second Wednesday in every month at Pinxton Village Hall, or on the second Thursday in every month at The Post Mill Centre in South Normanton. In the meantime, if you have any concerns about crime, safety or anti-social behaviour then you can contact the team by calling 101, or emailing alfreton.neighbourhoods@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk. If you are on Twitter, then why not follow your local team for updates and information in your neighbourhood? PCSO Marrion Jeffery looks after the South Normanton and Pinxton feed, search @SNormPinxtonSNT.

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Gardeners Calendar - March

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It may have been a dismal winter but for even the most pessimistic gardener, Spring is on the way – more light and even slightly warmer days mean growth. Hellebores and snowdrops will either be coming to an end soon or already be finished. Divide snowdrops while the green leaves are still strong to create next year’s new clumps and divide hellebores once they’ve finished flowering. Hellebores will also self-seed like mad, so keep an eye out for seedlings which you can re-plant for next year. Top dress containers – even replacing the top few inches of compost can make a terrific difference to the amount of nutrition a plant gets. Put supports in now for fast growing perennials, once they’ve started shooting up it’s a lot harder to train them. Try using flexible bush off-cuts if you’re looking for an alternative to expensive plant supports, or threading string through upright sticks.

Top Tip If your garden has been really waterlogged this winter, try and avoid walking on the grass, a plank laid across the grass to get to flowerbeds would be better than trampling it down as it takes a long time for it to recover if damaged so early.

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12 The recent soggy weather has tested the fortitude of even the most hardy walkers. Personally I prefer my walking boots to a pair of wellies but it seems these days I will need a pair of waders! Hopefully this walk will keep the mud levels low but if your dog is anything like ours this won’t matter a jot! Hope you enjoy it. If so why not let us know... 5 mile circular walk from Doe Hill Country park via Tibshelf A moderate and varied walk for you and your dog. The route should take around 2 – 2 1/2 hours. The route is fairly flat with some short inclines. The terrain is mostly on well laid trails but there are a few muddy and uneven sections so a good pair of boots or wellies is highly recommended, especially at this time of the year.

1. Park at Doehill Country park on Doe Hill Lane between Stonebroom and Tibshelf. From the car park take the path by the information sign. 2. Follow this path as it winds around until it joins with another path from the right, then take the next left, almost immediately. Follow this path again as it winds until it joins with another path from the right and again take the next left, almost immediately. Follow this path until it brings you to Alfreton Road. 3. Cross the road and take the wide track (Gloves Lane) after a metal barrier on the other side. Follow this track for approximately 100 meters before taking the second of two paths on your left (the Silverhill Trail. 4. Continue along the trail until you meet a sign on your right. Take the horse stile on your left towards the ‘Five Pits Trail’. Follow this path until you meet a cross roads, taking the first path on your er right. (This route can be fairly muddy. If eader R you are keen to avoid this, you can Off continue ahead here on the Five Pits Trail to take you to point 7.) 5. Follow this path until it joins Saw pit lane, bearing left. After another 200 meters take a path on your left signposted Tibshelf ½ 50 FREE Messy Mutz mile. Follow the path as it joins Wetton Lane and follow until you reach the main poop scoop bags road (B6014). with every purchase of 6. Turn left here and cross the road at the Millers Complete Dog Food crossing before joining the five pits trail with this coupon directly ahead. Keep to the main path downhill to a cross roads. Take the second track on your left. There is a public footpath sign and the track is Church Lane.

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1. After approximately 30 meters you will meet a T-junction. Head left then immediately right following a grass path and pass over a stile by a gate. After the gate keep ahead to walk alongside a field with the housing on your left. 2. Follow this path through two fields before joining a hedge lined path at the corner of the second field via a kissing gate. At the end of this path you will meet a T-junction. Take the hedge lined path on your right (not into the field). 3. Continue ahead on the path with the hedge on your left through 3 fields until it brings you out onto Doe Hill Lane. 4. Turn right here and follow Doe hill Lane pack to Doe hill Country park. Where appropriate cross the road to make use of the footpaths available This walk is for illustrative purposes only. The Amber Valley Voice takes no responsibility for anyone who chooses to follow this route and encourages all walkers to obey all byelaws and signs and to respect the area they are walking in, ensuring they pick up all dog mess and obey the countryside code at all times.

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All your Will questions answered

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What happens if I don’t have a LPA?

Wills - Probate Powers Of Attorney What is a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA)? A Lasting Power of Attorney is a legal document that allows some else to manage the financial affairs of another person. It gives someone you trust the power to act on your behalf. It can be used when the person has full mental capacity and can continue to operate after the donor has lost mental capacity. You can decide exactly how much authority your ‘Attorney’ would have and whether you want to impose any restrictions.

If you do not make a LPA those who wish to assist you will need to apply to the Court of Protection in order to act on your behalf. The Court of Protection will consider the facts before it and decide on what is in your best interests and may appoint a deputy to act on your behalf. Dealing with your financial affairs would be virtually impossible without someone authorised to act on your behalf, relatives can face long delays, expense and distress if they have to go through the Court of Protection to be permitted to do so.

How much will a Lasting Power of Attorney cost? Single Lasting Power of Attorney (a single document for a single person) £275 Mirror Lasting Powers of Attorney (two documents drafted as a ‘matched pair’ for a couple) £500. However, a LPA can be carried out at the same time as your Will, which has an overall saving as opposed to doing them separately.

Who Should I Appoint? When appointing attorneys you can appoint family or friends but it needs to be people you can trust. However if you have substantial assets or a complicated portfolio of assets then you may wish to appoint a professional attorney, for example an accountant or a lawyer.

Tel: 01773 862608 ¦ Mob: 07523 963026 jill@jhlegal.co.uk | www.jhlegal.co.uk South Normanton Business Centre ¦ 40 High Street South Normanton ¦ Alfreton ¦ DE55 2BP


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Book Review - Life After Life by Kate Atkinson

Do you ever think about the way your life might have been different if one thing had changed? Small things like deciding not to go to a party where you met your future partner, being sneezed on by someone who gave you flu so you missed the job interview which would have meant you living in a different part of the country with different friends who introduced you to other people who... – the possibilities are endless once you start.... Kate Atkinson’s Life after Life, winner of the 2014 Costa Novel, explores the notion of how our lives, which seem so solid to us, could change in a second because of seemingly unimportant things. Ursula Todd’s life begins several times. Things happen to her or don’t and they

change the course of her life and other people’s lives. Sometimes there are echoes of something which she can’t quite get hold of, which influence what she does. So it’s one person’s life, in different incarnations, with the characters around her featuring in different ways. It may sound complicated but Atkinson writes in such a direct way that you catch on to the style very quickly. It’s a clever idea and the style of writing, if you’ve been used to Atkinson’s Jackson Brodie detective novels is very different, although her warmth and understanding of what makes people tick is still very much in evidence. Interesting and intriguing and thought provoking.

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Want to Stop Smoking? We can make it easier IT HAS NEVER BEEN EASIER TO STOP SMOKING Did you know that stopping smoking is the number one think you can do to improve your health? At Derbyshire County Stop Smoking Service, we know that stopping smoking is not easy, but with our help we are confident that you can do it. In the last 5 years, we have helped over 20,000 people in Derbyshire to stop smoking. WHY STOP WITH US?  FREE local stop smoking support.  Daytime, evening or weekend.  Free QUITLINE support.  We arrange stop smoking products to suit you.  You are 4 TIMES more likely to stop with our help.

WANT TO GIVE IT A TRY? Derbyshire County Stop Smoking Service offers sessions near you at times that are convenient to you, including evenings and weekends. We also offer free telephone support via our Quitline Service. This means you get support at a time that suits you wherever you are. We also run drop in sessions at Ilkeston, Shirebrook, Alfreton and Chesterfield.

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YOU DON’T HAVE TO WAIT LONG FOR THE BENEFITS OF STOPPING SMOKING After 20 minutes—your blood pressure and pulse return to normal. After 24 hours—Carbon monoxide will be eliminated from your body. After 48 hours—All the nicotine has left your body—your sense of taste and smell has improved.

STOP SMOKING AND GIVE YOURSELF A NO SMOKING DAY PAY RISE! This years No Smoking Day If you smoke 20 cigarettes a will be themed around World day it can cost you on War II with the slogan ‘V for average a staggering £2,686 Victory’ representing a year —enough to have a success, conquest, triumph, family holiday this battle and vanquish over summer! addiction. Like us on Facebook Follow us @Derbyshire_SSS

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Out and About

A daily guide to some of the local clubs and groups in your area Monday 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. South Normanton Striders (intermediate jogging group) - meet at 6.30pm at Frederick Gent School. Call Rob on 07962 308933 (www.activederbyshire.co.uk/ jog/) Young Parent Group - A group for young parents aged 24 and under with their children. Meet at The Hub at 1:30pm until 3pm.

Tuesday Little Ones Group - Alfreton Children’s Centre, Grange Street, Alfreton, DE55 7JA - 1.30pm - 3pm - Contact 01629 533066 Baby Clinic - The Hub, Shiners Way, South Normanton, DE55 2AA. 1pm - 3.30pm (1st & 3rd Tuesday of every month) Drop in for health advice and have your baby weighed - Ages birth - 18 months. Contact - 01629 533735 Forest Gump Joggers - (beginners jogging group) meet at Frederick Gent School at 6.15pm. Contact Heather on 07983 51273.(www.activederbyshire.co.uk/ jog/)

Wednesday Alfreton Nursery School and Children’s Centre, Parent & Toddler Drop in Session Alfreton Nursery School, Grange Street, Alfreton, DE55 7JA - Term time - 9am - 10am - Contact Angela Stanton 01773 520031 Crafty Crew - Alfreton Children’s Centre, Grange Street, Alfreton, DE55 7JA - 1.30pm - 3pm - Messy and creative play activities. Contact - 01629 533066 In-betweenies - Alfreton Children’s Centre, Grange Street, Alfreton, DE55 7JA - 1.30 - 3pm. Group for children with mums, dads and carers up to the age of 25. Contact - 01629 533066 AVRUFC Senior Section - training during close season takes place at Amber Valley RUFC, Lower Somercotes (opposite Pye Bridge Ind Est.) starts at 7pm - 8.30. Contact Stuart Artliff 07966 867946 or Gareth Pilkington 07772 366157 Alfreton Town Juniors U14’s - 7-8pm at Somerlea Park astro pitch, call Ben on 07972 927236 for more info. Tiny & Toddlers - Pinxton Village Hall, 3 Kirkstead Road, Pinxton, NG16 6NA. 9.30am - 11am. Age 0 - 3 years.

Wednesday Stay and Play - The Hub, Shiners Way, SN, DE55 2AA - 10am - 11.30am. Age 12 months and upwards. Contact 01629 533735 Baby Play - Pinxton Nursery School, Kirkstead Road, Pinxton, NG16 6NA - 1pm - 3pm. Contact 01773 863105 for more details. Alfreton Singers - Swanwick School & Sports College(formerly The Delves) 7.15- 9pm. Mixed choir of friendly singers. All styles of music. Contact Claire on 01773 835316 for more info. South Normanton WI - We’re a friendly group with a wide variety of ages. We meet every 3rd Wednesday at the Post Mill Centre, 7:30pm. For more info call 07580 635589.

Thursday Top Tots - Alfreton Children’s Centre, Grange Street, Alfreton, DE55 7JA. 1.30pm - 3pm. Fun play session with arts, crafts and song time aimed at children ages 1-3 years. Contact - 01629 533066 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 Stay and Play - Pinxton Youth Centre, Kirkstead Road, Pinxton, NG16 6NA. 10am - 11.30am. Age 0 - 4 years. Stay and play with your child and meet new parents. Cypress Parent Support Group - The Hub, Shiners Way, South Normanton, DE55 2AA. 10am - 11.30am. (3rd Thursday of every month) A support group for parents and carers of children and young people with additional need and/or disabilities. Contact 01629 533735. Breastfeeding Group - The Hub, Shiners Way, South Normanton, DE55 2AA. 1.30pm - 3pm. Make new friends, share tips and discuss any issues you may have. Contact - 01629 533735. Alfreton Society of Painters - 7pm- 9pm at Pennytown Court Community Rooms. Visit www.alfretonsocietyofpainters.com for more info. Alfreton Male Voice Choir Rehearsals - 6:45pm at Palmer Morewood Social Club, Hall Street. New members welcome-no audition, just a love of singing.


Friday Alfreton Nursery School, Parent & Toddler Drop in Session. Meet at 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 Tiny & Toddlers - Pinxton Village Hall, 3 Kirkstead Road, Pinxton, NG16 6NA. 9.30am - 11am. Age 0-3 yrs

Sunday 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.

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Sunday 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 for more info.

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

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO INCLUDE YOUR NON-PROFIT MAKING GROUP IN FUTURE EDITIONS, PLEASE E-MAIL carla@ambervalleyvoice.co.uk Please note that some of the groups listed incur a small charge and we would always recommend that you contact a group prior to attendance.

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Leabrooks Gallery has now become Leabooks Arts Complex, a name more suited to the range of interests it represents: fine art, sculpture, pottery, jewellery, items for interiors and bespoke framing take pride of place but there is also a Conference Centre, Monet’s Garden and the Secret Garden. As well as a diverse mixture of art throughout the four rooms of the Gallery there are fortnightly exhibitions dedicated to the work of one artist in the Main Exhibition Room, and a number of events throughout the year. The Christmas Fair, held late in November, and the Valentines’ Fair, held early in February, provide showcasing the work of a number of artists opportunities to buy unique gifts while the and raising donations for the NSPCC. During Summer Fair in July is a charity event the Spring Bank holiday several artists demonstrate their skills here as part of the Derbyshire Arts celebration.

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But that’s not all! There are also two Coffee Clubs and the new Art Tea Group. On the first Saturday of every month, from 11 am until 1 pm, professional artists meet to share ideas and on the third Saturday of the month, from 11 am until 1 pm, adults who just want to chat are invited to join Coffee Club Plus. The Art Tea Group is an opportunity for lovers of the arts to meet and talk in sympathetic surroundings. This too is open to adults, male or female, alone or in groups, but preferably single in status. This will be held on Saturday, 26th April, 2014 from 2 pm until 4.00 pm. And the cost of attending a Coffee Club or Art Tea? Just £3.50 for coffee/tea and cake: nothing more! It’s an inexpensive opportunity to indulge your interests and your taste buds!


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Index of advertisers

Your quick guide to everyone and everything in your magazine... Accountants Smith Craven

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Alternative Therapies Breath of Life Clinic

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Auctioneer Kleeford Coin Auctions Beauty Slimming & Inch Loss Boutique Children’s Soft Play Planet Happy Chimney Sweep The Local Chimney Sweep

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Electrician/Electricals Safeway Electrical Spavens

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Estate Agent Rippon Homes

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Events/Comm. Services DE55 Business Club SNAP Offices

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Arctic Interiors Contour Furnishings Leabrooks Interiors

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Insurance Broker Binsured

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Optician Derbyshire Home Eyecare

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Oven Cleaning Services Ovenblaster UK

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Pets Supplies/Services Pawz Seals Fodder Room

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Plastering Complete Plastering Plumbing & Heating Amber Valley Plumbing & Heating Flowfayre

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Solicitors QS Chapman & Chubb

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Will Writing JH Legal

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Financial Services Moore & York FS

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Hairdresser Your Style by Sarah

Window Cleaning Window Cleaning Services

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Windows & Doors Window Wizard

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Home Interiors & Design

USEFUL TELEPHONE NUMBERS Alfreton Library Amber Valley Borough Council Bolsover District Council Childline Citizens Advice Bureau Domestic Violence Helpline National Grid NHS Direct Police (non emergency) Ripley Hospital Samaritans Social Services Ripley Tax Credits Alfreton Grange Arts College

- 01773 833199 - 01773 570222 - 01246 242424 - 0800 1111 - 0844 375 2712 - 0808 200 0247 - 0800 111999 - 111 - 101 - 01773 743456 - 01246 270000 - 01629 531322 - 0845 300 3900

Alfreton Nursery School & Children’s Centre - 01773 520031 Alfreton Park School - 01773 832019 Brigg Infant School - 01773 811317 Christ the King R.C. Primary School - 01773 832919 Copthorne Infant School - 01773 832362 Croft Infant School - 01773 832307 Frederick Gent School - 01773 811737 Glebe Junior School - 01773 811304 Leys Junior School - 01773 832895 South Normanton Nursery School - 01773 810876 South Normanton Woodbridge Junior School - 01773 833138 Pre School - 01773 814309

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Broadmeadows & South Normanton edition - March 2014  

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