August / Sept 2019
Beautiful wildlife near you! Local photographer shares his work
Wheelgate or TwinLakes family day out tickets. Tickets for ‘Singalonga Greatest Showman’ at Mansfield Palace. Tickets for ‘Under Milk Wood’ at Hasland Playhouse.
Hasland Playgroup memories Kenzi’s poetry success What’s on guide & local community news Fantastic food and cocktails reviewed Local business profiles Hasland Playhouse theatre review and lots more..... Cover artwork ‐ Simon Debell, local wildlife photographer
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Welcome to Hasland Magazine
Issue 6 is here! This issue marks a full year of Hasland Magazines as the ﬁrst issue was October / November 2018.
I couldn’t be prouder of my magazine and I’m so greatful to all the businesses that have advertised and supported the project as well as all the local people who have contributed some great articles over the months. Each issue I hope that I will ﬁnd enough information to ﬁll the editorial pages and I am never stuck for content. There’s always something going on! The Ashgate Hospice Sparkle Walk made its way through Hasland late at night on the 6th July. It was fantastic site to see. Roughly 3200 people joined the walk to raise funds for such a great cause and were all rewarded with drinks and snacks at the halfway point in Eastwood Park which was kindly sponsored by Harold Lilleker & Sons Ltd. Well done to everyone involved!
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I hope you are all having a break at some point over the summer, even if it’s simply a day out in the park with the kids or a picnic in the countryside. Our What’s On Guide is full up yet again with plenty to do nearby including childrens activities if you’re stuck for ideas. I hope all the children enjoy their 6 weeks oﬀ too! Please continue to send in your news, achievements and charity events if you would like them shared in the magazine. Also please remember to let our advertisers know that you’ve seen them in the Hasland Magazine ‐ there wouldn’t be a magazine without them.
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Hasland Eagles’ success
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The Hasland Eagles under 10’s team were celebrating in June having won their ﬁrst ever tournament at Ashover. The team has many players from Hasland and Grassmoor and Amy Harris whose son Oliver is a member of the team got in touch to share their success. In the past the team had suﬀered a run of Saturday morning losses but they kept their team spirit alive and kept their goal in sight despite their disappointments. During the last football season their perseverance paid oﬀ and they began to turn things around before ﬁnally achieving the tournament win. They followed it up the following Saturday by gaining 3rd place at the Tansley tournament. They also gained ﬁrst place at the Bolsover tournament in July. Keep at it kids - never give up!
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Guides achieve Baden Powell award
5 girls from 1st Grassmoor Guides have recently achieved their Baden Powell Awards and gone on to form their own Rangers Group. Chloe, Leah, Hayley, Elle and Megan who all attend Hasland Hall and Tupton Hall Schools were presented with their awards at a special party in July. The girls have been with Brownie and Guide leader Sandria Mather for many years so Sandria was chosen to present their awards to them. Their current guide and soon to be Ranger leader Lisa Boyce was also present as were other representatives from the Girl Guiding World including Jacqueline Etherington, District Commissioner Lisa Eyre, Lesley Lowbridge and Brownie Leader Claire McKinley. Each girl was also presented with their own personalised cake to congratulate them on their achievement. Following their award presentation the girls were sworn is as Rangers by Lisa. The girls thanked their leaders by presenting them with ﬂowers. 4
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Wildlife by Simon Debell Our beautiful cover photograph this issue has been kindly contributed by local wildlife photographer Simon Debell. Simon sent me a selection of his photography taken all over Chesterﬁeld including Hasland ﬁelds, Avenue Washlands, Poolsbrook Park, Tapton Park, Linacre Woods and Carr Vale. The cover image of a baby Kingﬁsher was snapped on Chesterﬁeld Canal. I asked Simon to tell me what sparked his interest in photography: “I spent most of my life as a contractor, removing asbestos from large industrial plants like power stations and factories. In general the work involved 10 or 12 hour shifts 7 days a week, usually away from home, with much of my free time spent in pubs. In 2013 I started working for a company looking after online asbestos databases for just two days a week and decided to stop drinking too. That left a rather big time hole to ﬁll and that’s when my interest in photography developed. I’ve learned by trial and error and by watching Youtube videos. I purchased some new quality lenses in April and had a try at bird photography. Who knows, people photography may be next on my list!” Here’s a selection of Simon’s work to enjoy.
What’s Going On?
Got a local event you need to shout about?
Email: email@example.com and I will include it in the next issue which covers October & November. 28th July Avenue 5K / 1500m Run from Mill Lane at Wingerworth 10am. Contact John Cannon: firstname.lastname@example.org. 3rd August ‘In‐Fusion’ Live Music at Hasland Working Mens Club. 7th‐14th August Well Dressing Spital Cemetery. 10th August ‘Duel’ Live Music at Hasland Working Mens Club. 10th August Cemetery Gardening Group Spital Cemetery 10am‐12.30pm. Details from email@example.com. 11th August Cemetery Tour Spital Cemetery 1pm‐2pm. Details from firstname.lastname@example.org. 11th August Superhero Fundraiser Family Picnic hosted by Move with Mumma. 11am at Eastwood Park. Fundraiser for Chesterﬁeld Royal’s Maternity Unit and Baby Lifeline. £5 for 1 adult & child/baby. £2 for extra family members / friends. Visit www.movewithmumma.co.uk. 17th August Live Music at Hasland Working Mens Club ‐ act to be conﬁrmed. 24th August ‘Set the Tone’ Live Music at Hasland Working Mens Club. 31st August Live Music at Hasland Working Mens Club ‐ act to be conﬁrmed. 7th September The Jersey’s Live Music at Hasland Working Mens Club ‐ The UK’s leading tribute to Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons. This is a ticketed event. Members free ‐ non‐members £10. 300 tickets available. 7th September Hallamshire Military Concert Band ‐ September Showtime all funds raised for the RNLI. St Thomas’ Church, Brampton at 7.30pm. Tickets £8 on the door. 8th September Cemetery Tour Spital Cemetery 1pm‐2pm. 14th September ‘Sparta FC’ Live Music at Hasland Working Mens Club. 14th September Cemetery Gardening Group Spital Cemetery 10am‐12.30pm. 17th September Police Tour with Cllr Shirley Niblock 6‐7pm. Spital Cemetery ‐ meet at the Chapels. 20th September ‘Comedy Night’ featuring Tiny Tim and 2 more comedians at Hasland Working Mens Club. This is a ticketed event costing £10. Tickets from email@example.com. 21st September Save the Date / People Power Cemetery Tour 3‐4pm. Meet at the Tool House. Exhibition and refreshments at St Leonard’s Centre 1pm‐5pm. 21st September ‘Defacto’ Live Music at Hasland Working Mens Club. 21st September MESSY CHURCH at Hasland Methodist Church from 3‐5pm. Children from 4‐11 years can come along for a fun afternoon. To book your place call Angela Goggins on 07827 324028 or Val Gratton on 07535 325473. 28th September ‘After Hours’ Live Music at Hasland Working Mens Club. 28th September Peak Performance ‐ September Songfest all funds raised for the RNLI. St Thomas’ Church, Brampton at 7.30pm. Tickets £8 on the door. See article inside for details on RNLI events. 28th September Harvest Community Service Hasland Methodist Church 3pm. 29th September Harvest Parade Service Hasland Methodist Church ‐ for all families in the community. 6
EVERY MONDAY HIIT Interval Training for Women with Manda Croft’s Fitness. Hasland Methodist Church at 6.45pm. Visit www.movewithmumma.co.uk for more details Badminton Hasland Hall School 7.30‐9pm ‐ Term time ‐ Contact Margaret Link 07976 365678 or 01246 235665 Zumba Hasland Methodist Church Hall 7‐8pm ‐ Natalie 07702 027451 Ringcraft Dog Club Hasland Village Hall ‐ 7.30‐10.30pm ‐ Mrs Cost 01246 235826. Community Lunch (last Monday of the month) Hasland Methodist Church ‐ 12noon‐1.30pm Brownies Hasland Youth Centre ‐ 5‐6.30pm ‐ www.girlguiding.org Walking for Health in Hasland 2nd Monday of the month ‐ 10am ‐ 01246 239897 NB Dance Academy Hasland Junior School • 4:30‐5:15pm Ages 3‐6 Years • 5:15‐6:00pm Ages 7‐12 Years • Contact 07779 283033 or Facebook ‘NB Dance Academy ‐Hasland’. Modern, Ballet, Tap, Acrobatics, Street Dance, Lyrical & Musical Theatre. Regular exam and competition entry’s or just for fun. Danceworks Chesterﬁeld Hasland Methodist Church ‐ Children’s Musical Theatre & Adult Dance. Contact Elly on 07399 503888. Slimming World 5.30pm & 7.30pm at Ikon Church ‐ Lynda 07938 021797 Hampton Painting Group 12‐3 pm at Hasland Methodist Church. Contact Gloria Harrison on 01246 231381. Zumba Hasland Working Mens Club ‐ 12.30pm‐1.30pm JuJitsu Hasland Working Mens Club ‐ 6.30pm‐9.30pm First Monday of each month ‐ Tuesday if it’s a Bank Holiday: Stay, Play & Chat Coﬀee Mornings ‐ Mary Poppins Nursery ‐ access via York Street. Bring your under 5’s to play whilst you enjoy coﬀee and cake. 9.45am‐11am. Last Monday of each month: Community lunch ‐ Hasland Methodist Church EVERY TUESDAY Ballroom Dancing Draper’s Dance ‐ Book in advance ‐ Hasland Village Hall 7‐10pm ‐ 01142 695703 Friendship Group for Men Hasland Methodist Church ‐ 2‐4pm Danceworks Adult Dance Class ‐ Hasland Methodist Church 6‐7pm Hasland Stay & Play Group 9.30‐11.30am Hasland Youth Centre. Free of charge. For babies to 4 years. A variety of diﬀerent toys for the children. Snack and drink provided for children. Activities include baby corner, storytime, singing, messy play and craft. We are also looking for new volunteers to help us to run the group. 1st Hasland Brownies Hasland Methodist Church ‐ 6‐7.15pm ‐ www.girlguiding.org Guides Hasland Methodist Church ‐ 7‐8.45pm ‐ www.girlguiding.org Brownies Hasland Youth Centre ‐ 6‐7.30pm ‐ www.girlguiding.org Guides Hasland Youth Centre ‐ 7.30‐9pm ‐ www.girlguiding.org
Chesterﬁeld Garland Dancers 7.30pm Methodist Church, Jawbones Hill, Derby Road S40 2EN. All welcome ‐ dancers and musicians ‐ contact the secretary ﬁrst on enquiry@chesterﬁeldgarland.org. Zumba Gold Hasland Methodist Church 11.30am‐12.30pm. Louise Berry ‐ Tel: 07790 338091 Community Choir Hasland Hall School (term time) 7pm‐8.30pm. Christina McKechnie 0776 3308773. Eastwood Park Petanque Club Eastwood Park (behind the tennis courts) 10am‐12noon ‐ contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Peter or Janet on 01246 550392. Hasland Community FC Mini Kickers Eastwood Park. For ages 4‐6. £3 per session. visit www.haslandcfc.co.uk. Adult Dance Hasland Methodist Church 6‐7pm. Contact Elly Hallam on 07399 503888. Perfect for new starters ‐ ﬁrst session free. Set Tuesdays: Mobile Library Eastwood Park Drive 1.50‐3.20pm 9th Apr, 7th May. Every Third Tuesday: 7.30pm Peak Railway Association ‐ Hasland Working Mens Club EVERY WEDNESDAY Buggy Fitness 11am Eastwood Park. Visit www.movewithmumma.co.uk. Line Dancing Evening ‐ Hasland Working Men’s Club 7.30‐10pm. Tel: 07750 669520 Ashfriend Bereavement Group ‐ 2‐4pm ‐ Val Gormon 01246 229329 Dance Classes Hasland Methodist Church ‐ 4.30‐5.30pm ‐ Ely Starbrook 07399 503888 Pilates Hasland Methodist Church ‐ 6.20pm for Improvers / Intermediate & 7.30pm for Beginners / Improvers ‐ Jill ‐ 07957 566704 / email@example.com. Rainbows Hasland Youth Centre ‐ 5.45‐7.00pm ‐ www.girlguiding.org Wednesday Youth Club Hasland Youth Centre ‐ 7‐9pm Jumping Clay After School Group Masons Coﬀee Lounge. Making with clay every Wednesday (term time). 3‐4pm. All ages. £2.50 per make. Booking recommended ‐ call Lucy on 07557 738286. Hasland Hangout Hasland Methodist Church 3‐5pm (term time) ‐ see ad opposite. Derbyshire Unemployed Workers Centre Drop in. The Big Local Hub, 2 Penmore Business Centre. 1.30‐3.30pm. Welfare rights and advice. Big Local Senior Citizens IT Queries 3rd & 4th Thursday of each month. Support with your IT Queries. Bring your own device along. £1 donation for cuppa and biscuits. Call 07759 795927 for more information. First Wednesday of each month Nightingale Ladies Probus ‐ 10am ‐ The Old House, Loundsley Green. Coﬀee and a speaker (Ladies over 50). Call Joanne on 01246 850149 Every other Wednesday Ladies Circle ‐ Hasland Methodist Church ‐ 7.30‐10pm. A variety of speakers, outings and meals throughout the year. Margie Hodgkin 01246 823795
Every other Wednesday Crafty Chit Chat ‐ Hasland Methodist Church 7‐10pm ‐ Friendly, welcome group. Angela Goggins 01246 203035 EVERY THURSDAY FITCLUB Circuit Training 7‐8pm ‐ Hasland Hall School Gym ‐ Kat Burton 07955 353186 Hasland Humming Bees Parent & Toddler Group ‐ Hasland Baptist Church Hall 9.30‐11am. First child £2, siblings £1 inc refreshments. Facebook: Hasland Humming Bees. Slimming World Hasland Methodist Church ‐ 9am‐11am ‐ Lynda 07938 021797 Pilates Hasland Methodist Church ‐ 11am‐12noon ‐ Jane Biggin Tel: 07773 516334 Mums & Tinies Toddler Group Hasland Youth Centre 9.15‐11.15am during term time. £1.50 per adult accompanying a child or children including drinks and snacks. Suitable for babies and pre‐school children. Toys, books, crafts & singing. Childminders, Grans, Dads all welcome! Tel: Viv on 07989 374981 Rainbows Hasland Youth Centre ‐ 5.30‐6.45pm ‐ www.girlguiding.org Walking for health in Hasland 4th Thursday of the month ‐ 10am ‐ 01246 239897 Yoga Hasland Methodist Church ‐ 7pm‐8.15pm. Contact Rachel Longmate 07850 055803 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Quiz Bingo Hasland Working Mens Club ‐ 9.45‐10.45pm Big Local Senior Citizens Working Group. 10am‐12 noon. Chair based exercise and generation games. 1st & 3rd Thursday of each month at Grassmoor Methodist Church. 2nd & 4th Thursday of each month at Hasland Working Mens Club. Call 07759 795927 for more information. Eastwood Park Petanque Club Eastwood Park (behind the tennis courts) 10am‐12noon ‐ contact email@example.com or call Peter or Janet on 01246 550392. Asian Association of Chesterﬁeld Lunch Club 11am‐4pm. Unit 3 Penmore Business Centre. asianassociation@OBTmail.com EVERY FRIDAY Buggy Fitness 11am at Eastwood Park. Visit www.movewithmumma.co.uk. Beavers, Cubs & Scouts Hasland Youth Centre ‐ 5.30‐9.30pm. Call Richard on 07713 833465 Bingo & Play Your Cards Right Hasland Working Mens Club (not the 2nd Friday each month) 1st Friday of each month Chesterﬁeld Stroke Group 2‐4pm St. Thomas Church Centre, Brampton. Tel: 07797 284885. Email: chesterﬁeldstrokegroup@yahoo.com. A peer support group to help stroke survivors (and carers) make the best recovery they can. 2nd Friday of each month Northern Soul Night with Dave Manlove Hasland Working Mens Club 8pm‐12am. EVERY SATURDAY Danceworks Chesterﬁeld Hasland Methodist Church ‐ Children’s Tap, Ballet, Modern & Acro. Call Elly on 07399 503888.
Hasland Magazine Coﬀee Shop at Wesley’s ‐ Hasland Methodist Church ‐ 9.30am‐12.30pm. A variety of homemade cakes and refreshments. All welcome. Angela Goggins ‐ Tel: 01246 203035 Live Music from 9pm, Bingo & Play Your Cards Right ‐ Hasland Working Mens Club 1st & 3rd Saturday each month: Bharatanatyam Classes ‐ Asian Association of Chesterﬁeld 01246 297452. 2nd & 4th Saturday each month: Violin Lessons ‐ Asian Association of Chesterﬁeld 01246 297452. EVERY SUNDAY Junior Church (3+years) ‐ Hasland Methodist Church ‐ 10.30am ‐ Mrs Val Davies 01246 850305 Eastwood Park Petanque Club Eastwood Park (behind the tennis courts) 1pm‐3pm ‐ contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Peter or Janet on 01246 550392. Quiz from 9pm, Bingo & Play Your Cards Right ‐ Hasland Working Mens Club
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Issue 5 competition winners Lenovo Tablet from Exlen Technology ‐ R Heathcote Twinlakes Family ticket ‐ L Pearson • Wheelgate Family ticket ‐ S Thorp
Superhero Fundraiser Family Picnic Sunday 11th August 11.00am at Eastwood Park, Hasland
Spare Thyme Community Allotment Project Come along and join us, whatever your age or gender. Share the gardening AND the produce. No gardening experience necessary…all tools and equipment provided. We aim to grow what you would like to eat! We are coming to the end of our ﬁrst season and preparing the ground for the winter and planting next spring.
Move with Mumma are super excited present a fundraiser for Chesterﬁeld Royal's Maternity Unit and Baby Lifeline
For more info call Philip on 01246 239897.
£5 for 1 adult & child/baby ‐ £2 for extra family members/friends. Come along in Fancy dress / mask & cape (optional) Bouncy Castle ‐ Superhero Teddy Bear fancy dress competition ‐ Superhero Games ‐ Superhero Workout Face Painting and Glitter Tattoos ‐ Prize Tombola / Raﬄe ‐ Wings Photography
Senior Citizens Working Group
Visit www.movewithmumma.co.uk to ﬁnd out more and book your place.
Statement from The Friends of Hasland Community Hub and Hasland Working Mens Club. The Friends of Hasland Community Hub in conjunction with Hasland Working Mens Club have obtained funding to install an accessible ramp, new front door and accessible toilet in the club. Work will start around the 22nd July, or earlier if possible and will last for approximately 3 weeks. This will not aﬀect the opening hours and the normal running of the club. During the works it will be necessary, at least for part of the period, to close the existing main entrance. When this is the case access will be via the Mansﬁeld Road entrance near the bus stop. Appropriate signage will be displayed We will endeavour to keep disruption to a minimum and your understanding would be greatly appreciated.
Holiday fun in Eastwood Park Childrens multi‐sports activities will take place every Monday and Wednesday in Eastwood Park this summer holidays until Wednesday 29th August from 11am‐3pm (excluding Bank Holiday Monday 27th August). In addition to this the following extra activities will be available:
Wednesday 24th July 1‐3pm Extreme Wheels Zorbs Monday 5th August 1‐3pm Extreme Wheels KMX Monday 19th August 1‐3pm Extreme Wheels Laser Tag Wednesday 29th August 1‐3pm Extreme Wheels Roadshow Activities will also take place in Barnes Park, Grassmoor on Tuesdays and Thursdays 11am‐3pm.
Sponsored by DCC 5 Ways to Wellbeing and Grassland Hasmoor – Big Local
Chair based exercise and generation games in Hasland and Grassmoor each Thursday from 10am‐12noon (details below).
Derbyshire Unemployed Workers Centre
HASLAND DROP IN DUWC are a busy advice service covering North and East Derbyshire providing Welfare Rights Advice Services. They provide free and independent welfare rights advice and representation, as well as campaigning for the rights of those who are unemployed, on a low income or sick, injured or disabled by their work.
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Welfare Beneﬁts & Tax Credits Completion of claim forms Representation at Beneﬁt tribunals Liaising with the Department of Work and Pensions, Inland Revenue and Local Authorities • Take up campaigns • On‐site redundancy advice.
The team hold a
FREE DROP IN SESSION EVERY WEDNESDAY FROM 1.30‐3.30pm at The Big Local Hub, Unit 2 Penmore Business Centre, Hasland Road, Hasland S41 OSJ. You can also ﬁnd them at Grassmoor Community Centre, New Street S42 5EL Thursdays from 10.00am ‐ 12.00pm.
Their telephone Helpline is 01246 231441. Visit www.duwc.org.uk. DUWC is funded by Chesterﬁeld Borough Council and North East Derbyshire District Council, as well as many Town and Parish Councils throughout Derbyshire.
If you are interested in getting involved with the Big Local Fund, please get in touch by contacting our Support Workers: Dallas ‐ call 07825 183596 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Karin ‐ 07825 294346 Email: Karin.email@example.com
Coffee Shop at Wesley’s Hasland Methodist Church Saturdays 9.30am ‐ 12.30pm A variety of homemade cakes and refreshments We have a selection of light snacks and a choice of teas, coﬀees & squash served in a friendly relaxed atmosphere. Children made welcome We thank the teams of volunteers, who serve every Saturday, and we always welcome any new helpers 7
Kenzi’s Poetic Success
Charity Concert is a big hit I would like to say a huge well done from Hasland magazine to local girls Leah Hall & Chloe Elliott, both aged 15. The girls recently arranged a charity concert called ‘Musical Madness’ to raise funds for both Stand Up for Cancer and Leah Hall & Chloe Elliott Leah with Sarah Wilson from Clay Cross Tesco Girl Guides. The concert was held at Tupton Hall School on the 11th July and featured 17 singing and dancing acts which were all amazing. There was also a raﬄe with some fantastic prizes. The night was very well attended and refreshments were also sold which were kindly donated by the community team at Tesco Clay Cross. Castlewood Co‐op also donated items and are helping with the fundraising by organising a sponsored walk.
August Offer GEL NAILS FINGERS & TOES
JUST £25* Kenzi Jupp is a year 6 student at Hasland Junior School. He will be moving up to Hasland Hall this September. In Spring Hasland Junior School marked Autism Awareness Day with a series of assemblies to raise awareness. Kenzi is autistic and was looking forward to the week but sadly he was oﬀ sick for most of it. His Mum and Nan suggested he do something at home to mark the occasion so Kenzi decided to try to write a poem about being autistic as he has enjoyed writing poetry in the past. Kenzi’s teachers were so impressed by the poem that they asked him to read it in assembly when he returned to school at the end of that week. His Mum Mandy was also proud of his writing and suggested that Kenzi enter a competition which she had seen online run by the Young Poets Network. The society soon replied to say that they loved the poem and were shortlisting it to go into a compilation poetry book that they were putting together. The book will be sold to raise funds and awareness for young people with mental health issues. To top it oﬀ Kenzi also won a prize of a £50 voucher as well as a copy of the book. Kenzi told he was ‘amazed that something that I don’t do much has turned into something so big’. He loved the response he got from his school mates when he read the poem in school and is thrilled with his prizes. I think that Kenzi’s poem is fantastic ‐ here it is for you to see for yourself:
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“My Grandad’s beds are so comfy” - Thomas
I’m Just Me ‐ by Kenzi Jupp So, I am autistic, but what does it mean? As it’s an invisible condition that can’t be seen. Although sometimes you hear it in the way I talk, sometimes it makes me clumsy when I run or walk. So, I am autistic, but what can I do? Virtually everything the same as you, although sometimes I do it at a diﬀerent speed. I can read a book in a ﬂash but changing for PE? It’s extra time I need. So, I am autistic, but what have you heard? That we are all weird or a bunch of nerds?
But look back through the books of history ‐ so many famous people and inventors ‐ you will see! So, I am autistic and they were too, Albert Einstein, Mozart, Newton, to name but a few. Satoshi Tajiri, creater of Pokémon, Hans Christian Anderson, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs ‐ the list goes on. So, I am autistic, what can you do to help me be happy like all of you? Talk to me, include me, be my friend, accept who I am, I’m just Kenzi, The End.
If you would like to buy a copy of the book send me an email and I will notify you when it becomes available: firstname.lastname@example.org. 8
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Gala day winners Hasland Magazine hosted a stall at Hasland Gala on the 9th June ‐ it was a really fun day with a huge variety of attractions to enjoy.
I ran a competition on the day inviting children to colour, draw or write for the magazine. I received several entries for the colouring competition and the winning entry is pictured here, coloured beautifully by Grace Trolley from Hasland Junior School. Another Hasland Junior School pupil, Jessica Gray took up the challenge of writing up to 400 words for the chance to have her work printed in the magazine. The challenge was to write about ‘Why I love living in Hasland’. Here’s Jessica’s winning entry, beautifully written and full of great things to like about our area. Both girls will receive gift vouchers as prizes.
ST PAULS CHURCH
By John Grubb
Welcomes new priest
The congregation of St. Paul’s Church, Hasland is celebrating the arrival of a new Parish Priest after an absence of nearly two years. Father Geoﬀrey Borrowdale SSC took up the post as Rector of Hasland and Vicar of Temple Normanton in April, following a Service of Institution by the then Acting Bishop of Derby ‐ the Right Reverend Jan McFarlane, Induction by the Archdeacon of Chesterﬁeld ‐ the Venerable Carol Coslett, and a Service of Eucharist led by the Bishop of Ebbsﬂeet ‐ the Right Reverend Jonathan Goodall. The church was packed for the service, which was followed by refreshments in the Dining Room at Hasland Community School, courtesy of the Headteacher, Miss R. N. Moore. Father Geoﬀrey and his wife Claire have moved to Hasland from his previous parish in West London, and he has also served in the Dioceses of Chichester and Oxford. He is very much a family man, with four grown up children and one grand‐daughter; and is looking forward to life in Father Geoﬀrey (left) & Derbyshire, and to meeting members of the the Bishop of Ebbsﬂeet. community in Hasland, Grassmoor, Winsick and Corbriggs and the associated Parish of Temple Normanton. He has ‘dived in at the deep end’ so to speak, and has already been involved in services at the four local old peoples’ homes, supporting the church‐based singing group, and enjoying Grassmoor Fun Day in early July. Father Geoﬀrey would very much like to welcome you to services at St. Paul’s, with Parish Sung Eucharist at 9.45am on Sunday mornings, or more intimate Eucharist or Benediction Services on Tuesday evening at 7.15pm and Saturday morning at 8.30am. Temple Normanton’s services are Parish Eucharist at 11.30am on Sunday, and Eucharist at 7.15pm on Thursday.
Why I love living in Hasland by Jessica Gray Hi! My name is Jessica. Do you know that there are three things I love about Hasland? The ﬁrst is the school, the second is the clubs and the third is that my Nana and Grandad live just up the hill from us. Now I am going to talk about Hasland Junior school. We are the best school in the world. Shh don’t tell the infants!!! I like Hasland Junior school because: • The staﬀ are really nice, kind and strict, when needed. • The children mostly play together nicely. I see my brother, James, who is in year 3, at playtime happily playing with his friends. • Everyday after school a diﬀerent teacher does an after‐school club. I have done lots of clubs including netball, kick‐boxing, stop‐motion animation, hockey, tennis, dance and glee club. I loved all of them. There has also been football, cricket, rounders, running, samba sports and lots of others. • We have a head teacher called Mr Stringer who is funny, dresses up at every dress up day, does skipping in the playground, which everyone loves, and goes to school trips, school plays and discos. Unfortunately, he is retiring so we are having a new head teacher called Mr Winson. Mr Winson seems really nice and says he will do all the things that Mr Stringer did. The next thing that I love about is Hasland is the clubs that are on in the evening. The one I go to is 1st Hasland cubs. My brother has just moved up from Beavers to cubs and I am soon moving up to Scouts. These clubs are on a Friday evening at the youth centre. At spring bank we went to Drum Hill Camp for 3 nights. It was a lot of fun as I got to do things that I never thought I would get to do such as have the freedom to explore everywhere on camp with my friends. We did ﬁre lighting with ﬂint and steel and made S’mores. On the hottest day we did a water slide which was great fun. I tried archery, the inﬂatable assault course, went to a disco and talent show and tried circus skills, like riding a unicycle. We slept in tents and I shared a pod with another girl from cubs. We had lots of diﬀerent foods like eggy bread, tortillas, Sunday dinner and sausages.
I LOVE LIVING IN HASLAND!!!!
Spare Thyme Update
The Spare Thyme community allotment project at Mill Lane allotments, Grassmoor aims to bring together young and old, male and female, novice and experienced, skilled and unskilled people on a joint owned allotment which will be managed and harvested on a shared basis. As we move into our second season we are looking for likeminded people to join in and enjoy the satisfaction of growing our own food. We are now well settled on plot 26. We have a tool shed, a new potting shed and we have just ﬁnished constructing our new greenhouse. We are planting new seeds and seedlings, then tending and harvesting the produce as it grows. We hope to bring people from the community of Big Local Grassland Hasmoor together to learn new skills and to beneﬁt psychologically, physically and socially.
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Hasland Community Gala Day 2019
The Friends of Eastwood Park, Hasland send a very BIG thank you to all those who attended the 2019 Community Gala Day. Over 50 community and local organisations provided stalls and stands along with entertainment from the Phoenix Concert Band and Chesterﬁeld Musketeer Showband. The amazing Rhubarb Farm ‐ Red Barrows Dismay Team and Nicola Barnett Dance Academy put on displays to the delight of the crowds. Margaret Hartshorne’s Heritage Display in the hall was much admired. FREE activities included the popular climbing wall and the Punch and Judy shows. Chesterﬁeld Mayor, Cllr Simmons and Mayoress, Cllr Caulﬁeld attended and oﬃcially ‘ribbon cut’ the Bee Sculpture, in celebration of the importance of pollination, as well as the, recently installed, pull‐up bars. These were funded by Grassland Hasmoor and Chairman Stephen Wright assisted at that ribbon cutting. Funding for the event was awarded by many local traders; Cllr Dave Allen and Grassland Hasmoor. Look out for more going on in our wonderful park this summer. • Monday’s and Wednesday’s throughout the summer holidays activities by Samba Sports and Extreme Wheels • Friends AGM 17th September, Hasland Working Men’s Club, check posters in the Community notice board at the One Stop
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Hasland Ladies Circle Brenda Brown from the Hasland Ladies Circle has been in touch to tell me about the Ladies Circle social group and that they are currently looking for new members to join them. Brenda sent me this update: We are a long established group, formerly known as ‘Young Wives’ and our records go back to 1963. The name was changed around 2001. We meet fortnightly on a Wednesday evening in the lounge at Hasland Methodist Church from 7.30pm until 9.30pm. We have guest speakers on a variety of subjects, quiz nights and ﬁlm nights with refreshments to follow. We also arrange visits to the local theatre and have summer and Christmas meals out. New members are always welcome. Why not come along and join us? Your ﬁrst visit is free and thereafter £3 per meeting (which includes refreshments) and membership is just £6 per year.
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We look forward to welcoming old and new members to all of our events. If you are interested in joining the group you can contact Margie Hodkin on 01246 823795 or Brenda Brown on 01246 274309 or 07840 925836.
Photographs supplied by Angela Goggins showing the groups recent outing to Maison Mes Amis on Chatsworth Road. She told me: This was a return visit having had our last Christmas meal there. Everyone enjoyed it so much, the ambience and food is so good. Our friends from Ibbotsons have recently joined the group. It’s always refreshing to have new members. Brenda Brown (Vice President) and friends having a ‘Audrey Hepburn moment’ ‐ middle right. 13
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Janet’s animal stories
I recently met local resident Janet Wilkinson. Janet had told me that she has been writing children’s stories ever since her own daughter Samantha was 9 years old back in 1988. She has long dreamed of publishing her stories as a children’s book and even had a story published in the popular ‘Twinkle’ magazine years ago. Her late husband Stephen added lovely illustrations to much of Janets writing including the ones shown here. Since losing her husband to illness Janet’s stories have again been playing on her mind and she has started to wonder how to get them out to more children. She has even started putting pen to paper recently to write some comedy poetry. Janet has kindly agreed to let me share one of her favourite animal stories for children with you ‐ I hope you enjoy reading it with your children. Feel free to pass on your thoughts via my email: email@example.com.
Foggarty Sees Clearly “Oh! Foggarty, will you never learn” said Daddy Owl, as he gently pulled a tiny bundle of ﬂuﬀy feathers from the middle of a blackberry bush. It was the third time in a week that the little bird had fallen into this particular bush. “He was only trying to land” said Mummy Owl as she took the spluttering bundle from Daddy and began to smooth down his bedraggled feathers. Foggarty, the youngest of the Owl family, was always getting himself into trouble and having to be rescued by Daddy. He showed no sign of becoming a wise owl like his grandfather. Even his two brothers, who were sitting one on a log and the other on a pile of stones watching Foggarty’s latest escapade, had mastered the art of ﬂying and landing without any problems. They now ﬂew up to the branch where Daddy had perched himself. “Next week”, said Daddy, “you will all be starting school. I hope you will take care of Foggarty though and try to stop him getting into too many scrapes.” “We will, Daddy”, promised the two brothers. Of course owls have to go to night school, along with all the other little creatures who sleep during the day. So the following Monday evening Mummy took the three youngsters to their new school. She gave them all an extra big hug before sending them in to meet their new teacher, reminding Foggarty’s brothers of their promise to take care of him. Miss Badger welcomed her new pupils and soon had them settled among the rest of the class. Foggarty’s brothers got on very well and were soon able to read and write, but Foggarty, although he tried very hard, seemed to ﬁnd the work diﬃcult and struggled to keep up with his classmates. He kept bumping into things and was always falling over. Miss Badger decided that something must be done to help Foggarty so she watched him closely for a whole week. On Friday she called Foggarty to her desk. She asked him to read the words on some cards she held up. The cards had really big writing on them. When she had ﬁnished she wrote something on a piece of paper and gave it to Foggarty, saying “give this note to your mother when you get home”. When Foggarty gave his mother the teachers note she opened it and read the words ‘FOGGARTY NEEDS GLASSES’. “Ah”, she said as she passed the note to Daddy. “So that’s the problem”, said Daddy when he read the note. “I’ll take him to the optician tomorrow”. 16
The next evening Daddy took Foggarty to see Mr Eye‐Eye, the optician. Mr Eye‐Eye looked into Foggarty’s eyes with a special torch and then asked him to read some letters on a big board. The letters at the top of the board were very big but the letters at the bottom of the board were tiny. Then he put some funny looking spectacles on Foggarty. He could put diﬀerent lenses into the spectacles to ﬁnd out which were best for Foggarty. When Foggarty could read all of the letters on the board Mr Eye‐Eye wrote down the number of the lens and took the frames oﬀ Foggarty’s nose. Then Foggarty and Daddy went into another room to choose the best frames for his new glasses. There were lots to choose from, all colours and sizes. After trying on lots of them Foggarty decided upon a large, round brown pair which suited him very well and made him look distinguished. Mr Eye‐Eye said that Foggarty’s spectacles would be ready the following week. The whole family went along to collect the new spectacles. They all crowded into Mr Eye‐Eye’s small shop to watch as he made sure that Foggarty’s new spectacles ﬁtted comfortably. Everyone agreed that they suited him very well and Foggarty felt rather grand in them. Now that he could see clearly, Foggarty had no more trouble with ﬂying or landing. He soon caught up with the other pupils at school and Mummy and Daddy were very proud of him when he came top of the class that year. Later, when he grew up, Foggarty left school and went to university. He became a very famous professor. When anyone had a problem they could not solve the would be told “go and see Foggarty, he will know what to do for he is a very Wise Owl indeed”. Story by Janet Wilkinson, illustrations by Stephen Wilkinson.
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Prominent local musician Article written by Penny Fairs
The name of Hasland resident, Andrew Marples, will be well known to many people in Chesterﬁeld and North Derbyshire for his contribution to the promotion, presentation and performance of music and choral singing in the local area. Born in Loundsley Green, Andrew has lived in Hasland for over 20 years and became interested in music as a boy, joining the choir at Chesterﬁeld Parish Church under the direction of Michael Baker, who encouraged him to take up the piano. Andrew made an unusual choice in also learning the euphonium, but quickly decided that this was not really his forte, although it did have the advantage of doubling as a seat when these were in short supply. Having decided that the piano was a far more suitable proposition, Andrew continued with his love of music during his time studying for a degree at Reading University, where he took up the organ as his second instrument and also made his debut, both as an accompanist and as a conductor. Andrew’s musical strengths lie not only in his appreciation of a wide musical variety and repertoire which ranges from mediaeval and classical music to modern musicals, but also through his involvement in the promotion of music in the local area. He is currently the Musical Director of four local choirs, all of whom perform a range of music in a variety of styles. Andrew directs and sings in Musicwork Vocal Ensemble, a specialised choir of a capella (unaccompanied) singers who were founded in 1996. They not only have a following in the local area, but have also promoted Chesterﬁeld through their music, having performed in its twin towns, Darmstadt and Troyes on several occasions. Andrew has been the Musical Director of Chesterﬁeld Gilbert and Sullivan Society since 1999 and during that time they have presented Gilbert and Sullivan stage productions with orchestral accompaniment at the Pomegranate Theatre and at the annual G and S Festival which was held in Buxton before its move to Harrogate. The Society has also performed concerts and productions in local venues, including Hasland Village Hall, many times, and in March performed there to a packed house where their programme included music ranging from Gilbert and Sullivan to excerpts from Miss Saigon, The King and I and The Greatest Showman. This year they will be performing their 19th stage show under Andrew’s direction, when they stage excerpts from The Pirates of Penzance and Ruddigore at Ashover Parish Hall and Chesterﬁeld’s Rose Theatre in early October. Another highlight of the G and S Society’s year is their carol concert at Christmas which they have performed at the Crooked Spire over several years to capacity audiences. This year it takes place on Wednesday 12th December, with guest artistes, Darley Dale Band. Baslow Choir and Holymoorside Choral Society have also beneﬁted from Andrew’s leadership and expertise as their Musical Director and both groups give regular performances at venues in Chesterﬁeld and Sheﬃeld. Andrew’s latest venture is the vocal trio, Cantiamo, founded in 2018, which he directs and accompanies on piano. A highlight for each of Andrew’s choirs was the concert he organised in Chesterﬁeld Parish Church to celebrate his 50th birthday, which was an unforgettable experience for all who took part. All four of his choirs featured separately performing selections from their own repertoires then, as a ﬁnale, joined together for a 18
performance of Hubert Parry’s anthem ‘I was Glad’. A surprise piano solo by Andrew of Chopin’s Raindrop prelude was also particularly well received and the whole evening made for a memorable concert both for the performers and their audience. Local residents will also have taken the opportunity to rest from Saturday shopping by taking advantage of the free concerts, which were started by Andrew in 1991. These take place at regular intervals throughout the year in Chesterﬁeld Library and Elder Yard Unitarian Chapel and feature a wide variety of local performers. These range from instrumental groups and soloists to musical and vocal ensembles, all of whom perform a variety of music for all tastes. Recent concerts have featured performances from young double bass players, a local orchestral ensemble and virtuoso pianist Chris Flint, who is also the accompanist for two of Andrew’s choirs. The next series of Library and Elder Yard concerts start in September, when Chesterﬁeld Symphony Orchestra will be among the featured artistes in the 2019 Autumn programme. Andrew has been a true ambassador for the performance and promotion of music in the North Derbyshire area over many years and all those connected with him have beneﬁted from his enthusiasm, professionalism and by him making involvement in music such fun.
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Financial peace of mind with Cathy Smith is an Independent Financial Advisor based at Jones & Co, a well established Chesterﬁeld ﬁrm of Independent Financial Advisors, situated on Glumangate in the town centre. Cathy oﬀers unbiased, bespoke and jargon free advice on all areas of Financial Planning to her clients, she has an excellent reputation and is well trusted throughout the area. All members of the Jones & Co team were recently listed in The Times ‘VouchedFor’ Top 100 Rated Financial Advisors throughout the UK. Cathy has 23 years experience in advising clients and is a member of the Chartered Insurance Institute. She oﬀers advice on personal and business ﬁnancial planning including savings, investments, pensions, retirement planning and Inheritance Tax planning. Her expert advice can help you to choose, setup, and review insurance protection policies such as life and critical illness and investment and pension plans to ensure your provision remains appropriate to your needs. She can also help you with retirement, redundancy and lump sums received from inheritance. If you need business ﬁnancial advice then Cathy is on hand, with her expert knowledge of Business Financial Planning, corporate protection and tax savings advice. Cathy guarantees professionalism and excellent customer service, she is friendly and approachable and always available if you have any questions or queries. Cathy is the sole recommended adviser for The Derbyshire Benevolent Trust which works to provide goods, services and beneﬁts for over 15,000 members to enhance their personal and ﬁnancial wellbeing. I wasn’t surprised to discover this, as Cathy’s passion for helping people with their ﬁnances is very clear to see. She loves having the opportunity to meet new people and get to know their ﬁnancial needs with a view to helping them to achieve their plans and goals for the future. She enjoys watching their ﬁnancial journey unfold from one yearly review to the next and has established trusted relationships with her clients by taking time to understand what really matters to them. Cathy told me that one of the most enjoyable parts of her work is truly getting to know her clients and understanding their objectives and priorities, so she can put together the best ﬁnancial plan for them to achieve their goals.
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A LOT CAN CHANGE IN 30 YEARS! Polar Windows have recently reached an amazing 30‐year milestone. Managing Director Alan Crowe reﬂects on those years… 1989 was the year Polar Windows opened its doors for business and it turns out those doors were quite unusual, as Polar started from very humble beginnings! An industrial unit at Boughton Camp, Ollerton was to be Polar Windows HQ. Located inside was a rather ‘multifunctional’ oﬃce space…no large desk and comfy chair but rather two wheels and a tow bar. In the early days Alan’s caravan served its purpose in more ways than one, doubling as the Polar oﬃce and the family holiday home. Often disappearing in the last week of July to the ﬁrst week in August for a more scenic position on the coast.
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Dementia Friends Gala Networking The project to make Hasland ‘Dementia Friendly’ moved forward at the Hasland Gala in June when four organisations came together to explain and promote the goal. The Inspire Health Patient Participation Group (voluntary representatives of the patients) attended to describe to interested parties how they’re helping the 3 Inspire Health practices to become dementia friendly. The goal is that this will be achieved by the end of this year. A specialist worker from The Alzheimers Society came along to talk about the project and provided lots of valuable literature. Anne from Lloyds Pharmacy and the Pharmacy manager brought along a display and explained how the local pharmacy will help people with healthy living and dementia problems. Several team members from Hasland Resource Centre on Heather Vale Road also attended to explain the wide range of centre and community based services that they oﬀer to older people and people with dementia. The event gave the four groups a great chance to meet each other and discuss how they can work together in the future to help deliver better care for families living with dementia. The problem for many such families is how to ﬁnd the particular support they need at any given time. Dementia is a progressive condition so needs are constantly changing. All four organisations are committed to changing the system so that Hasland families will be able ﬁnd support much more easily. Dr Anne Marie Spooner from Hasland Medical Centre gave up precious family time to attend and support the project. She was especially pleased to hear that the plan for a specialist dementia support worker in Hasland is nearing fulﬁlment. This worker will be available to families from September and will work from the Hasland Hub on a Wednesday morning. Anyone can request a half hour appointment to discuss any issues they are facing. Members of the Inspire Health Practice teams will be able to organise an appointment for you and this specialist worker will liaise with the care coordinator and clinicians in the Practices to ensure social, medical and mental healthcare are all working together to support families. 'Caz cakes' of Hasland kindly baked and donated lots of cup cakes for the gala stall with the Alzheimers ‘forgetmenot’ logo as icing. These proved especially popular with the children. Carol of Caz Cakes has previously attended a dementia friends educational session in Hasland and decided that the business would like to contribute to the dementia friendly initiative [thank you Carol!]. A short video of the gala stall is being prepared and will be shown on the screens in the Inspire Health surgeries and will also be available on the PPG pages within the Inspire Health web site. A number of people signed up on the day to join the 3 initiatives. 13 people wanted to join the PPG, 15 people wanted to come to a dementia friends education session and 11 people wanted to help Hasland become a dementia friendly community. This is a fantastic result. Here’s how the initiatives work: Joining the Inspire Health Patient Participation Groups The PPG’s from each practice are to meet shortly to discuss how to work more closely together. Their principal priority for this year is to make the 3 Practices Dementia Friendly but there is much other interesting work going on in trying to deliver high quality care. The core group of the PPG consists of members who attend the meetings every 2 months and commit to pushing projects forward. The gala demonstrated that there were many other people who would be interested in joining a ‘virtual’ PPG. They would be interested in receiving regular updates on what is happening in the Practices and be able to contribute thoughts which the PPG could take forward on their behalf to the Practice team.
If you are interested in joining the PPG then please email email@example.com stating your preferred method of contact. You could also let the Practice know of your interest by contacting them directly if you do not have email. Dementia Friendly education sessions These are free 1 hour sessions provided by the Alzheimers Society and PPGs that aim to educate us all about dementia and make us all better able to cope with the issues created by dementia. The feedback from these sessions is always excellent with people saying how much it has changed their attitudes towards dementia. Young people as well as the elderly and carers say they have much enjoyed and appreciated the session. A date will soon be oﬀered to attend a venue in Hasland in the early evening. If you are interested then please leave your details at your surgery or email firstname.lastname@example.org or and you will be contacted. Hasland as a Dementia Friendly community It is hoped that a small working group will soon form in order to develop this ideal. If you are interested then please let the team know at email@example.com or leave your details at the surgery. I’m proud to be a virtual member of the Inspire Health PPG and plan to attend a Dementia Friendly training session ‐ I will continue to update readers on the progress of the project in the magazine. I am also helping to compile a list of ‘Dementia Friendly’ local businesses who have supported the project or attended the training ‐ Trudy, Hasland Magazine. Banner Jones Solicitors have kindly oﬀered some legal information regarding Wills to complement the Dementia Friendly project (see opposite page). They will also be advising on Lasting Power of Attourney in issue 7.
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Why do I need a Will?
A Will is an important legal document that allows you to specify what happens to your money, property and possessions after your death. Within your Will you can also name guardians for your children, make speciﬁc gifts to charities, provide for any friends or relatives who would not otherwise beneﬁt and even outline any funeral arrangements/wishes. What could happen if I do not leave a Will? Unfortunately without a Will, the “Intestacy Rules” determine what happens to your estate when you die. These strict government rules determine which of your relatives receives what, which can lead to some nasty surprises. For example, if you remarry you may ﬁnd that your children from your ﬁrst marriage will not inherit any of your estate. Step‐children do not inherit your estate under the Intestacy Rules. Ultimately the courts will decide who will look after any young children if you have not appointed guardians in your Will. Why should I and my spouse / partner make a Will? Unmarried couples do not have any rights under the Intestacy Rules – there is no such thing as “a common‐law wife/husband”. It is vital that unmarried couples make Wills so that they can provide for each other. Many married couples want to make ‘Mirror Wills’ which leaves everything to the surviving spouse and then to their children after the surviving spouse has passed away. Increasingly we see married couples making “Property Trust Wills” so as to ensure that a share of the family home can be passed onto their children. Why should I use a solicitor to make my Will? We like to compare DIY Wills with DIY Dentistry, you can do it yourself but it’s not advisable! Legal professionals have the necessary experience and knowledge to ensure that you not only have the right type of Will to suit your circumstances but that a legally valid Will is written, witnessed and signed. Wills can sometimes be complex and a trained legal professional can provide advice on things like inheritance tax, or discuss whether Will Trusts maybe required to protect vulnerable beneﬁciaries. A Will can be challenged after your death if there is doubt about the circumstances in which your Will was made. Two common examples of this are; 1) if you made your Will under pressure from someone else, or 2) whether you had suﬃcient mental capacity at the time the Will was made. Legal professionals ensure that such doubts are removed by the use of a proper “attendance notes” that, backed by their insurance, demonstrate that
instructions are taken from a client with suﬃcient mental capacity and under no pressure from anyone else. Unregulated and “DIY” Wills may not be able to withstand challenges about how the Will was made, as well as those made by a solicitor. What if I marry or get divorced or remarry? If you get married then your current Will is cancelled unless it contains special wording which is used where a couple intend to marry each other. For couples starting the divorce process, we advise that they amend their Will straight away because should anything happen before the divorce is ﬁnalised your “ex” may still inherit under the existing Will. When By Sarah Nadin, your divorce completes your former spouse cannot Head of Wills & Probate beneﬁt under your existing Will. How often should I review my will? If you’ve taken the time to write one then it’s equally important to take the time to ensure that it is kept up‐to‐date. We recommend that you review your Will at least every 5 years to make sure that it is still valid and reﬂects your wishes. Of course if your circumstances change in the meantime (marriage, arrival of children, a change to your ﬁnancial circumstances etc) then you should make sure that your Will is still up to date. Is it expensive to have a solicitor draft my will? Costs will vary depending upon the type of Will you need. Beware of hidden costs such as storage fees (we oﬀer free lifetime storage) and registration costs (our prices include registration with a national database). Before instructing a company to prepare your Will we recommend you ask a few questions:‐ • are they solicitors? (many will‐writing companies are not regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and may not have insurance) • were they recommended to you by someone you trust? (we see many clients who have spent thousands of pounds with unregulated will writers after they received a leaﬂet through the door or signed up in a shopping centre – they have usually been sold an expensive inappropriate product) • what is included in the price? (a reputable business will conﬁrm all costs in writing). Call us today on 01246 560 560 or visit Bannerjones.co.uk. 24 Glumangate, Chesterﬁeld S40 1UA.
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RNLI to beneﬁt from local concerts Two local concerts are due to take place with funds raised to be given to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. The Hallamshire Military Concert Band (right) The Hallamshire Military Concert Band will be entertaining the audience at ‘September Showtime’ which will be held on Saturday 7th September at St Thomas’ Church in Brampton. Tickets are £8 on the door or can be reserved by calling 01246 272460. There will also be a raﬄe on the night as well as RNLI themed gifts and light refreshments on sale. The Hallamshire Military Concert Band is entirely self‐supporting and derives its income from member's subscriptions and concert fees. They play a wide variety of music including show tunes, musicals, light classics, modern pop, big band, as well as traditional marches and overtures from our extensive library. The Band was formerly the Band of the Hallamshire Battalion of the York & Lancaster Regiment but has been a civilian band since 1967
Peak Performance (below left) ‘Peak Performance’ will be holding their fundraising concert ‘September Songfest’ at Whittington Moor Methodist Church on Saturday 28th September at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £7 on the door or you can book yours by calling 01246 272460. They will also be holding a raﬄe and selling light refreshments and RNLI themed gifts. The group are now in rehearsals for ‘September Songfest’ which will follow the groups much acclaimed production of Half a Sixpence. The group, which comprises almost 40 members will also be performing for 2 nights at Hassop Hall in September. The Concerts will showcase a selection of popular songs from both stage and screen, all the way through the 20th century and into the 21st. Tickets for the Hassop Hall dates can be obtained by contacting Mike Spriggs on 01246 233475.
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Time to Talk If a parent has been diagnosed with the early stages of Dementia, it may be a good time to talk to them about sorting their affairs. Have they got a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) in place so that someone else can make ﬁnancial and welfare decisions on their behalf should they need to? Do you know whether they have a Will in place already and whether they’ve reviewed it in the last ﬁve years? Is it the right type of Will? Property Trust Wills can help to protect a share of the family home from care fees for example Helping your parents to sort out their affairs can be daunting, but if dealt with properly it can bring great peace of mind to the whole family. If you’re not sure where to start, we can guide you through. We’ll be with you every step of the way.
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Christian Aid Week Success
News from Hasland Methodist Church
THANK YOU to the Community of Hasland for the great support
shown during Christian Aid Week. Funds were kindly donated through envelopes given out around the Hasland area and by people from the community attending our Big Brekkie as well as the Lent Lunches, held at Hasland Methodist Church. Thanks also to Mason’s Coﬀee Lounge for displaying a collecting bucket on their premises. The money raised from all events also went towards this eﬀort.
Our 24th Messy Church will take place on Saturday 21st September from 3‐5pm. The Messy Church team from St Paul’s and Hasland Methodist churches will welcome children from the age of 4‐11 years of age to come along for a fun afternoon of crafts, stories and singing concluding with a shared family meal. Siblings are also made welcome. The fun theme at our last Messy Church was ‘creation’ and Chris was helping by creating the animal balloons for the children to decorate. It looks like Rev Margaret Mwailu was having as much fun with her giraﬀe..... To book your place please contact: Angela Goggins on 07827324028 or Val Gratton on 07535325473.
Total raised by all these events
£1082.72 An added £120 from Gift Aided donations makes a grand total of
£1,200.72 WELL DONE HASLAND !!!! In preparation for the week Tracey Turner and parents from the Danceworks team helped to blow up the balloons whilst enjoying refreshments at the weekly coﬀee shop, watched on by Riley who was rewarded with a balloon. He had come to the coﬀee shop with his Grandma. Everyone was so enthusiastic in supporting our fundraising eﬀorts. 26
Updates from Angela Goggins
Harvest Community Service We are holding a Community Service at Harvest time on Saturday 28th September at 3pm. Members of the community and schools will be invited to take part. It will be our second celebration service since the refurbishment of the church sanctuary which created a greater space enabling us to have diﬀerent types of worship and community services. The church is used by all of the local schools, especially at Christmas time for their concerts. Every Wednesday during school term children from Hasland Hall Community School are welcome to meet after school at the Hasland Hangout for refreshments & games. Siblings are also made welcome. On Sunday 29th September we’ll be holding a Harvest Parade Service for all families in the community.
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Hasland Theatre Company Review
Hasland Theatre Company’s production of Macbeth took place from the 3rd ‐ 8th June. I went along on the second night with my daughter who is studying the play for GCSE. We were treated to an amazing atmospheric evening and a play acted brilliantly by the group. The story was clear to follow even for those not proﬁcient in Shakesperian English ‐ myself included. This modernised version of the classic was a great idea as a way to present the play to a mixed audience. The cast were dressed in suits or police armour and the characters received ‘news updates’ via video link from the battleﬁeld. Birnam Woods was represented by 3 steel ladders which were used throughout the play both as watch towers and resting places during dialogue. The evening opened with the ‘Weird Sisters’ appearing down the aisle in the darkened theatre. Leila Hunt, Rachel Schoﬁeld and Carol Cooper gave their all as the insane trio of witches. Their body language and facial expressions all added to the dramatic eﬀect. The cauldron scenes were also suitably eerie. Macbeth was played excellently by the talented Steve Cowley. His performance became stronger and stronger as MacBeth’s list of murders and insanity grew. I also enjoyed John Fox as Banquo, his intense appearances after his death were truly chilling. Nicky Beards was fantastic as the cold and calculated Lady MacBeth who shows her guilt only in her disturbed sleepwalks. Matt Green put in a great performance ﬁrst as King Duncan and then as MacDuﬀ. The ﬁght scene between MacDuﬀ and MacBeth was simply amazing and had the whole audience on edge as it was so realistic. Well done also to young performers Thomas Brassington as Fleance and Jack Owens as MacDuﬀ Junior. Neil Beards added a comedic element with his role as Porter / Seyton. All of the 22 strong cast including Rob Peach as Malcolm, Tristan Weston as Serjeant, Jonathan Holloway as Donalbain, Georgia Thomas as Lennox and John Belli as both Angus and a hired murderer played their roles very well. The whole group should be proud of this performance which marks the end of their 72nd season. The light and sound team created a sinister atmosphere with spotlights and dramatic scene change music ‐ also with a modern twist. Director Heather Davies did a brilliant job and added a deﬁnite unique touch to the play. I totally agree with her thoughts from her introduction in the theatre programme ‘The play is essentially about political and social instability and an insatiable greed for power...Shakespeare could well have been writing for 2019.’ Next show: Under Milk Wood 16-21st September. All seats £8.50 each. Tel: 01246 272271. Visit: haslandtheatrecompany.co.uk
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Hasland Magazine fruit trees and Wisteria by cutting back to six leaves from the main stem. Cut back Lavender and Buddleia as the ﬂowers fade. September is the ideal to make a lawn from seed. Fork over the Most important at this time of year is to ensure plants are never go whole area and remove any perennial weeds, roots, stones and short of water especially those that have been planted recently or other debris. Tread the soil to ﬁrm it and then rake the surface to are in tubs, it is detrimental to plants to apply only enough water remove any bumps or hollows. Push the rake to and fro until no to wet the soil surface, always give a good drench and it will soak particle in the top 1/2” surface layer is larger than a pea. Apply and down into the soil. rake in pre‐seeding fertiliser mixture and a week later rake again Cut Sweet Pea ﬂowers regularly and continue to remove faded before sowing seed 1‐2oz per square yard. if the weather is very ﬂowers to promote more ﬂower growth until the end of the dry water during the cooler parts of the day. Established lawns season. To deadhead Roses always cut at an angle at the next leaf could also do with some attention, rake all over to get out any joint down from the ﬂower. thatch or moss and remove weeds with a daisy grubber. Summer prune vigorous shrubs and climbers, semi‐ripe cuttings Prune Rambler Roses which only have one ﬂowering period and can be taken at the same time. There is still time to layer many produce long arching growths. After ﬂowering remove as much of shrubs and now is a good time to propagate Rhododendrons by the old ﬂowered growths as possible to leave long young shoots this method. Air layering is a slightly skilled job and can be tried on rising from the base, these will need to tied into a support. Magnolias, take a stem that is slightly 'leggy' making a sloping Take cutting of your favourite bedding plants, before any frosts upward cut in the bare stem, severing halfway. Dust this with arrive, just in case the inevitable happens. Plants to propagate are rooting hormone and surround with damp moss or peat, kept in Fuchsias, Abutilons, Diascias and Osteospermums. Choose a strong place with a polythene wrap secured by tape or string. If the seal healthy shoot about 3” long and trim just below a leaf joint, is airtight rooting should occur. remove the bottom leaves and plunge into a fungicide solution and Many rock garden plants become straggly even if they are cut back then the cut ends dipped into hormone rooting powder. Insert the hard after ﬂowering. Plants like Rock Rose and Dianthus can be cuttings up to half there depth in peat free compost and renewed with young plants grown from cuttings taken this month. vermiculite around the edge of 4” pots and put in a cool and frost Make your cuttings 2‐3” long from young non‐ﬂowering shoots free place to grow on. Cuttings can also be taken from Roses, look removed with a heel or just below a leaf joint. Insert the cuttings for strong healthy shoots and cut lengths of about 8‐9” long and into a tray or pots in soil enriched with peat and sand, so it is well plant straight into a well dug piece of ground with a little bone drained, with a layer of grit or sharp sand over the surface. Make meal added, leave until next year when new plants should be able holes with a dibber and insert cuttings about 2 inches apart. Keep to be transplanted. under glass but shaded and water well so the soil is kept damp. Tender perennials can be sown in pots for a late display. Trim Plant Madonna Lilies as early in August as possible. Plant in a hedges before growth slows down to control there size. Save ripe sunny position where the soil is rich, spacing the bulbs about 8” seed from your favourite ﬂowers and store in paper bags until apart and 2” deep. Also plant Autumn Crocuses and Nerines again ready to plant out next year. in a sunny position. You can begin to plant bulbs for next spring and summer and force If plants of Border Carnations layered last month have rooted, Hyacinths for a Christmas display. sever them from the parent but leave for another month before Happy gardening and see you next time! transplanting. It is not too late to layer more plants. Prune trained
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Hasland Playgroup through the years I recently met up with Josie Allen to chat about her memories of her long career with Hasland Playgroup ‐ formerly Hasland Playschool. It seems most of the population of Hasland went along to the group at some point. She has 100s of photographs from her career alongside her close friend Pat Littlewood who sadly passed away in 2017. Josie joined the playgroup staﬀ in September 1973 when it was held at St Pauls Church Hall, which stood opposite the current Hasland Infant School. The group had been running a little while already after being set up by Pat in 1971. Pat was previously a nanny and loved children so had decided that Hasland should have its own Playschool. The group subsequently moved to the College of Art premises which at the time stood on the grounds of Penmore House ‐ I had no idea there was an art college there! The group were forced to move location several times over the years including coming close to closure in 1977 when they could no longer meet at the college premises. The parents and staﬀ staged a protest march that year which was covered by all the local newspapers. Councillor David Allen played a big part in helping the group to eventually ﬁnd new premises at the Methodist School Rooms which used to stand at the back of the Co‐op store on Hasland shops. They would stay there until 1987. They had to carry their equipment up 2 ﬂights of stairs before and after every playgroup session before eventually a garage was built for their equipment. Playgroup was a much loved facility in the village and it was accessible to everyone. When the group ﬁrst started a 3 hour session with a bottle of milk and biscuits cost parents just 2 shillings ‐ about 20p! Eventually the playgroup provided 5 sessions per week with up to 24 children per session. It was a real labour of love for the staﬀ who worked there. Once the rent was paid and equipment was bought there was very little left. They didn’t receive any funding grants and worked really hard for their modest wages. Most of the team had other jobs too to tide them over. Anne & Brian Beeton used to own the newsagents on Hasland shops and kindly supplied the Playgroup with calendar stubs every year for the children to make calendars for their parents. Due to this connection supplies of paper were often donated by the Derbyshire Times too. Children had a great time singing songs such as ﬁnger rhymes, Tommy Thumb, Miss Polly and Incy Wincy Spider. Favourite dances included Mulberry Bush, See Saw Marjory Daw and the Hokey Cokey! Pat & Josie were both members of the Hasland Carnival Committee along with Dorothy and Duncan Morris. This led to the Playgroup entering fabulous ﬂoats into the gala every year. The ﬂoats were mainly assembled at their homes on Norwood Avenue on the Friday night before 30
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the gala. Josie told me that if it rained they would end up in a real mess! During the parades the children would sit on the lorry on a plank of wood ‐ things would probably be quite diﬀerent these days due to health and safety. The ﬂoats were usually kindly made by Malc Littlewood and Keith Allen. It was really diﬃcult to attach the decorative panels to the sides of the lorries but eventually Keith and Malcolm assembled custom made side panels so that the artwork could be hooked on. Parents and children alike all loved getting involved and the Playgroup won ﬁrst prize numerous times. Josie recalled one particular year when the yellow tower on the ‘Rock around the clock’ ﬂoat fell oﬀ the lorry onto Ian Green's car on Calow Lane ‐ luckily Ian was a playgroup Dad and the Playgroup were fully insured! The ‘Oﬀ to Bed’ ﬂoat in 1986 was decorated with curtains which were all kindly supplied by David Nieper’s as a playgroup child had a relative who worked there. Christmas parties were held every year with a visit from Santa Claus. Numerous ‘assistants’ helped out Santa including the local Hasland Scout Leader at the time ‐ Jack Wagstaﬀ. Craft supplies were always sourced as cheaply as possible. The team would spend hours cutting out ﬂowers from catalogues to make Mother’s Day
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cards by sticking them to a picture of a vase. They would also cut out pictures of toys from catalogues to make Christmas Tree cards with extra decorations from the cotton wool department at Robinsons. Home made Play‐do was another favourite, cheap to make and safe for the children to play with. Josie has even kept the recipe that they used. When Pat announced her retirement in 1999 Josie decided it was time for her to retire too. Pat had been running the playgroup for 29 years and Josie had been there for 27 years. Their friend and colleague Sandra Parker retired with them. The trio are pictured at their retirement party. Josie received many cards and thank you’s from children and parents. The playgroup was taken over by a younger generation and eventually the whole group moved to Grassmoor.
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If you have any happy playgroup stories or memories you would like to share please get in touch by email ‐ firstname.lastname@example.org or give me a call on 07900 184696. Josie at the piano at the Christmas Party 1983
Spital Cemetery News CELEBRATING CHESTERFIELD’S HERITAGE. Heritage Open Days from 13th ‐ 22nd September across the town with special linked events on Saturday 21st September. Heritage Open Days is a nationwide celebration of heritage. This year the national organisers are popping the corks for their 25th anniversary, with plenty of opportunities for local organisers and visitors to get involved. The theme for this year ‐ ‘People Power’ is in recognition of the 200th anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre; a recognition of the myriad ways that people have changed the world, from marches and sit‐ins to peaceful protests and rebel songs. Here in Spital Cemetery we will have walks and an exhibition at St Leonard’s Centre when we will be celebrating people buried in the cemetery who championed the people and gave them power through oﬀering them knowledge through books, education and opportunities to unite. Mary Swanwick, three generations of the Eastwood family, Thomas Carrington, Arthur Slack and others who founded the Ragged School, all through vision and hard work brought educational opportunity to ordinary people and the possibilities that knowledge brought. The ﬁrst two librarians believed unequivocally in the power of knowledge and toiled to build up Chesterﬁeld's ﬁrst free public library which opened in the new Stephenson Memorial Hall in 1879. Both are buried in unmarked graves. Side by side from beginning their working lives down the pit at the age of 10 to their ﬁnal resting place in the cemetery, Haslam and Harvey gave a voice, strength and power to miners through bringing them together in the Derbyshire Miners’ Association. Look on the Heritage Open Days website for all the details, but do put 21st September in your diary, SAVE THE DATE/PEOPLE POWER. Go to www.heritageopendays.org.uk/about Search Events in the Visit section and put in the postcode S41 0DZ and 1 mile distance and you will be directed to us and other linked events on that day. We look forward to seeing you at the exhibition at St Leonard’s Centre and on the Champions of the People tour. 32
Paintings of Harvey and Haslam by Trevor Haddon which are held in the Museum collection. They founded the Derbyshire Miners’ Association.
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In addition a number of special events will be provided by The Extreme Wheels Roadshow. For 2019 we are planning a trial of some new events provided by Samba Sports. The Leadership Course is aimed at young people who are interested in sports coaching and Samba Tots for 2‐4 year olds based around balance & coordination. Samba Routine dance tuition to Brazilian themed music will also be available. Dates, times and venues are to be ﬁnalised soon ‐ see local notice boards, shop posters and GHBL website for more details. Volunteers are always needed to support and publicise these events, please contact 07825183569 if you can help.
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