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ISSUE 12 October / November 2020
Wheelgate family day pass
Two tickets for ‘Dead Certain’ at the Pomegranate Theatre
Theatre returns to Chesterfield Local business updates Charity news and events
£25 to spend at Hasland FiverFest
Amazing £5 offers in Hasland
4500 copies delivered to Hasland, Winsick, Corbriggs, Herriott Drive Estate, areas of Spital and Hady and drop oﬀ points in Chesterﬁeld Town Centre
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Martinos Italian arrives Martino’s Italian Restaurant is now open at 135 Derby Road. I popped in to take a look at the beautifully refurbished dining room and bar. Owner Murat has an extensive history in Italian Cuisine. He and his two head chefs have decades of experience between them working together to preparing delicious authentic food. Murat told me ‘We pride ourselves in making sure our guests truly enjoy their meal and are treated with the best service. We are so excited to be in our own restaurant and able to oﬀer our favourite dishes to our customers.” This attitude is clearly paying oﬀ as they have received some fantastic reviews on their Facebook page: “Amazing food and fabulous service, would highly recommend. Best steak I have had.” “My Fiancé brought me here for a date night absolutely amazing quality food. Great service by them, very polite and friendly. Would deﬁnitely recommend, it's a hidden gem in my opinion.”
Highlights of their menu include Gamberetti Picante ‐ King Prawns cooked in white wine, chilli, garlic and tomato sauce and Costolette di Maiale ‐ Pork Ribs cooked in secret homemade barbecue sauce, available as a starter or a main course. As well as traditional Pizza and Pasta their menu includes steak, chicken and ﬁsh dishes and plenty of vegetarian options including Vegetable Lasagna, Penne al Forno Verde and Penne Arrabbiata. Martinos also oﬀers a well stocked bar with a carefully selected choice of wines to enjoy with your meal. If you prefer to eat at home then all of their food is also available for home delivery or collection. Pizza and pasta dishes are on special oﬀer each Sunday evening from 5pm‐9.30pm at half price. A great opportunity to eat out with the family!
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Welcome to Hasland Magazine
Welcome to our October / November edition.
Another two months have ﬂown by and autumn has now arrived! Well done to all the young people who have received their GCSE / A’Level results during August. It’s been a truly hard year for them and they seem to have thrived nonetheless. We should all be very proud of them. It’s still a very uncertain time for many of our local businesses and for all of us. Thanks to everyone who has advertised in this issue or contributed editorial ‐ it’s not the easiest time to ﬁnd extra cash or the time to write! To show our appreciation to our local independent businesses, Hasland Magazine has arranged for Hasland to take part in Totally Locally’s FiverFest. This national local shopping event will take place from the 10th ‐ 24th October. Many local businesses will be oﬀering some amazing £5 deals to customers for this two week period. The idea is to showcase everything that they have to oﬀer and to say thanks to customers for their continued support. The message is ‘Spend a Fiver, Grab a Bargain, Support a Local Shop, Feel Good! It’s estimated that if every adult in Hasland alone spent just £5 per week at our local independent businesses it would mean £1.3 million per year going back into the local economy. This could lead to more jobs, a better High Street and a nicer place to live. Please join in and visit the shops, try the oﬀers, see what else they do ‐ you may ﬁnd some new favourite local businesses! Thanks to LGS Design for helping to sponsor the event by providing an advertising banner and subsidised poster printing. There are some fab competitions to enter this issue; a family ticket to Wheelgate, £25 to spend in the FiverFest and 2 Pomegranate Theatre Tickets are all up for grabs ‐ make sure you enter them all! There are two great articles and some stunning photography from Scott Antcliﬀe and lots of local news and events to read about. The Hasland Community Hub is now up and running at Hasland WMC. The team are asking for help from our readers to think of a name for the hub ‐ see the competition for details. Hasland’s community spirit has stayed strong through the lockdown ‐ well done to all!
Thanks for reading - Trudy
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What’s Going On? Sadly I’ve had to miss out our full What’s On Guide again this issue as many of the events are unable to run. Please keep me up to date with events that will be happening in December onwards! As well as Hasland’s FiverFest shopping event there are still plenty of things to see and do in our area. The Asian Association of Chesterﬁeld continue to host their Zoom Yoga sessions twice each week. This is free of charge. Simply email them and ask for the video link. You can get out and keep ﬁt with Cannon Events or Katie Hill (see ads). Theatre and cinema have at last returned. Hasland Playhouse hopes to open it’s doors again in the not too distant future and Chesterﬁeld Theatres are oﬀering live theatre again as well as cinema screenings. Let’s hope our other events are back in the What’s On Guide soon!
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Spare Thyme Community Allotment Project The Spare Thyme community allotment project at Mill Lane allotments, Grassmoor aims to bring together young& old, male & female, novice & experienced, skilled & unskilled people on a joint owned allotment which is managed cooperatively and harvested on a shared basis. 2020 is our third season and we are looking for like minded 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 and a potting shed. We are planting new seeds and seedlings, tending them and harvesting the produce as it grows.
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HASLAND DROP IN will be open to the public again from August 5th Have you lost your job? Struggling to pay rent or council tax? Need help ﬁlling in forms?
WE ARE HERE TO HELP FREE DROP IN SESSIONS EVERY WEDNESDAY 1pm‐3.30pm at The Big Local Hub now at Hasland Working Mens Club, Hampton Street, Chesterﬁeld S41 0LH POP IN TO SEE US IF THE SESSION IS BUSY WE WILL MAKE AN APPOINTMENT FOR YOU DUWC 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.
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Sparkling in Hasland Angela Goggins, Val Gratton & Val Davies were one of the many small groups and individuals who decided to take part in the Virtual Sparkle & Memory Walk on Saturday 19th September. Sadly the usual huge event involving thousands of fundraisers, which raises funds for Ashgate Hospicecare, was cancelled due to current circumstances. Angela told me about their walk: “We were invited to do our own activities, from dancing, running, cycling or walking. We decided to walk and called ourselves the Hasland Wanderers, fundraising in memory of our dear friends Gladys Gill and Cathryn Bannister. We enjoyed a walk in our local area before it went too dark. Starting from Norwood Avenue we proceeded over to the ‘Washland’, a nature reserve development which is well worth a visit. We arrived back along the Coal Road with a few cars tooting us with encouragement as they drove past. We had a few donations handed to us by passers by. Heading towards the roundabout near Van Gemerens we continued our walk into Hasland village, stopping en route to capture some photos. We then walked along Eyre Street onto Storforth Lane, returning up Broomﬁeld Avenue to Norwood Avenue, where Stewart Goggins presented us with our medals. We saw a few people on our way taking part in activities of their choice, fundraising for Ashgate Hospicecare, who are in great need of funds after the lockdown of their charity shops. The Weather was good for us, we had plenty of laughs. I enjoyed the company of my team members.”
News from Spital Cemetery
The trees are certainly telling us Autumn is here. It can be a beautiful time to visit the cemetery.
Our plans to welcome visitors over Heritage Open Days 11‐20th September this year had to be changed (indeed, a wonderful foraging session, a bat walk and a moth identiﬁcation event had to be cancelled) but we joined forces with Don Catchment Rivers Trust and put a river and cemetery trail onto the Downloads on both of our websites. So this year visitors can safely bring friends or family and self guide. Visit www. friendsofspitalcemetery.co.uk and click on the Downloads tab to ﬁnd the guide, or visit www.dcrt.org.uk, click on info then downloads. DCRT have been perfect partners. As they are cleaning up the rivers Hipper and Rother after years of heavy pollution from industry, it made an interesting trail to follow the rivers, the site of so much industry and then visit the cemetery where many of the people of Chesterﬁeld, who had used the river water for power/cleaning and to dispose of their waste, chose as their ﬁnal resting place. The download will be permanently available on our website, there just won’t be any pink welcoming bunting and numbers to give you a bit of help but the map is very clear. And what’s next? For ever optimistic, the Spire is still hopeful to be able to welcome the many people who enjoy their Christmas Tree Festival 14th November ‐ 29th and have invited us again to contribute. We will be there if all goes to plan and our tree will be adorned with wreaths made from natural material collected in the cemetery (therefore compostable) and information about the symbolism of wreaths which we see on some of our graves. Friends of Spital Cemetery have a website, facebook page and you can ﬁnd us on Instagram. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get in touch or get our quarterly newsletter delivered directly to your inbox. Update by Liz Cook www.friendsofspitalcemetery.co.uk FriendsofSpitalCemetery 6
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Hasland Magazine Scott Antcliﬀe is a qualiﬁed personal trainer with a degree in Nutrition, Health and Lifestyles. He has swapped the NHS for a career in teaching, but is still passionate about nutrition and health and passing his knowledge onto others.
Staying positive and boosting your mood As autumn draws nearer and the pandemic drags on, many people are feeling the eﬀects a little more than before. With the uncertainty of Covid cases on the rise and the ever changing rules, you may ﬁnd yourself feeling confused and ﬂustered. Fear not‐ you are not alone. Studies have shown that mental health has deteriorated during lockdown and the centre for mental health predicting about 500,000 more people in the UK will need mental health support as a result of the Covid‐19 pandemic. There are many quick ways to boost our mental health and self‐esteem and I have outlined some of these below. 1. Keep taking lockdown walks – During lockdown many of us got our walking boots on and got out walking more than normal. The health beneﬁts of exercise are obvious, but exercise is a key contributor to boosting our mental health as our body produces endorphins (feel‐good hormone) when exercising. A long, scenic walk would be great but studies have found walking for as little as 12 minutes is enough to boost your spirits. 2. Spend time in nature – A study from Cornell University in New York found that spending as little as ten minutes in a natural setting such as a country park or in the woods helped boost mood. Try to immerse yourself with the sound of bird song to disconnect from your own thoughts. 3. Plan a mini‐break ‐ Dutch scientists looked into the eﬀects of holiday on mood and found that the biggest mood booster came in the planning stages, in which they call it ‘vacation anticipation’. Results showed an increase in mood for eight weeks after booking. 4. A long phone call or Facetime with a friend – A Yale University Professor, Dr. Laurie Santos, likens social interactions to food. Many people have become reliant on texting, WhatsApp groups and Facebook Messenger which have been likened to junk food‐ compelling but unsatisfying. Whereas a chat with friends on the phone or via a face‐to‐face app like Facetime or Zoom leave us feeling comforted and satisﬁed. 5. A quick blast of cardio – Aerobic exercise releases endorphins and increases the oxygen supply to particular areas of the brain that are linked to our feelings and mood. Going for a run or jog is one of the most eﬀective ways to boost mood. A study of 8,157 runners from Glasgow Caledonian University found that 89% felt better afterwards. 6. Eat antioxidant rich foods – We know that a healthy, balanced diet is key for maintaining our health and boosting weight loss, but foods high in antioxidants boost Serotonin, a neurotransmitter that is strongly linked with gut health and mood, which can drastically improve our mental health. These foods include; salmon, spinach, eggs, Greek yoghurt, green tea, ﬂax seeds and avocado. Hopefully by making a few little changes, you will see an improvement in your mood. Be kind to yourself and practise a little more self‐compassion. We are going through ‘unprecedented’ times at the minute, things are tough, but hang in there. You’ve got this.
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Myth Buster: Will I lose my rights to the marital home if I move out? Recent months have put pressure on everyone’s relationships in lots of diﬀerent ways, but for many couples that were already struggling to keep it together, it has simply been the ﬁnal straw. If your relationship has reached breaking point and one of you needs to move out, please do not worry about losing your right to the marital home. One of the most common myths in family law is that you will lose your legal rights to the marital home if you move out. If you are the joint owner of the property then you will remain the joint owner, even if you decide to move out. If however, you do not own the house and it is in your partner’s sole name then again, don’t worry, we can help you to register what we call ‘matrimonial home rights’ on the property. Equally however, the reverse is true; if you are the sole owner then your partner can also register ‘matrimonial home rights’ on the property. Either way, we can help you to protect your interests as part of the divorce process. What are Marital Home Rights? If you do not own a share of the marital home then you can still protect your interest in the property by applying for ‘Matrimonial home rights’. This is a statutory right to protect your interest in the marital home. Once the application is submitted, a caution is placed on the registered title of the property, which in eﬀect is a notice that prevents it from being sold, transferred or mortgaged without your consent. Any attempt to deal with property, will then be ﬂagged up by the conveyancers or stopped by the land registry. A notice is served to the owner of the property, and the protection will last as long as you are married or remain in a Civil Partnership. An agreement would be sought from the other party, or an application made to the Court to ensure that the Decree Absolute (which legally ends your marriage) is not pronounced until a ﬁnancial settlement is agreed between you, or made by an order of the Court. This is the only way you can protect your ﬁnancial interest in the matrimonial home and we would recommended this to anyone who is separating and does not own an interest in the martial home. If you need any advice on matrimonial property or have any questions about starting divorce proceedings, please get in touch with our award winning Family Law team. All appointments can now be done either over the phone or by video chat at your convenience.
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SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCES OF LOCKDOWN WITH CHESTERFIELD MUSEUM Chesterﬁeld Museum are appealing for members of the public to share their memories, stories and objects from lockdown for a new exhibition that aims to commemorate the experience of Chesterﬁeld residents during this unprecedented crisis. Councillor Kate Sarvent, cabinet member for town centres and visitor economy, said: “We are planning an exhibition at Chesterﬁeld Museum that reﬂects on the town’s experience during the pandemic. We want local people to share their stories of lockdown, photographs taken in lockdown and objects that developed an important or special role during lockdown. We hope this collection will reﬂect the pandemic as a signiﬁcant event in the town’s history that had an impact on the whole community.” Submissions for the exhibition can be photographs, items and keepsakes or stories. Images are really important, and these can be anything that shows what Chesterﬁeld was like during lockdown whether that be signage, queues or empty streets and parks. They can also take the form of images of the things that have helped you cope during lockdown, whether it shows your quiet space to escape in, the new hobbies you’ve tried or even how you’ve stayed connected with friends and family online. There are lots of diﬀerent items and objects that can be submitted, it can be artwork like the incredible rainbows so many people have created to show their support for the NHS. It can also be items like home made face coverings, hand sanitiser and similar items that have become extra important during the pandemic. Stories are also welcome, and these can take many diﬀerent forms like diary entries, blogs, poems, letters and emails. The museum is also keen to include the stories of key workers who have kept Chesterﬁeld and the UK going during this unprecedented crisis. To ﬁnd out more and share your stories please contact the team via the Chesterﬁeld Museum Facebook page: www.facebook.com/chesterﬁeldmuseum or email: museum.collections@chesterﬁeld.gov.uk.
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Looking for a great safe venue for all your social; corporate, group events and celebrations in the heart of Hasland? Check out Hasland Community Hub and Hasland Working Mens Club on Hampton Street. We have a range of spaces to suit all numbers, including a dance ﬂoor and a large screen and projector for hire (subject to covid regulations and Government guidelines). To make a booking for the Community Hub, available Monday ‐ Friday 8am ‐ 5pm contact Grassland Hasmoor Big Local oﬃce on 07825 183569/07825294346 To make a booking for the Hasland Club, available Monday to Friday 5pm ‐ 11pm and Saturday and Sunday (subject to availability) contact Hasland WMC on 01246 273660 or contact us via our Facebook page.
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We need a name for the Community Hub within Hasland Working Mens Club ‐ can you help? Post your suggestion, with your name and contact number, into the letterbox on the wall of the Hasland Working Mens Club carpark. The winner will receive £25 to spend in the Hasland FiverFest in October. All entries to be in by the 14th October.
Candy heaven There’s a new kid on the shops in Hasland ‐ and I’ve got a feeling he’s going to be super popular! King Candy sweet store opened it’s doors in September and already has a lot of fans. It’s no surprise really considering the massive amount of goodies on oﬀer inside the bright and cheerful shop on The Green. Classic American favourites such as Jolly Ranchers and Hersheys Chocolate line the shelves alongside Nerds, Airheads, Sourheads and Taﬀy. For more traditional sweetie fans there’s a huge range of Pick n Mix at just £1 per 100g including BonBons, Jelly Beans, Toﬀees, Wine Gums, Everton Mints, Dolly Mixture and Cola Cubes. Ideal for an after school or weekend treat. Fancy a Peanut Butter M&M, Wonka Bar, Apple Pie KitKat, Calypso Soda or a Chocomel drink ‐ get yourself into the shop whilst stocks last. There are some expertly created gift boxes on oﬀer including the ‘Keep it Sweet’ Box (pictured on the left of the ad) and the ‘Munchies’ box (pictured bottom right), both priced at £20 with enough sweets inside to keep anyone happy for a good while! You can even order a bespoke sweetie hamper for someone special (or yourself) for birthdays or any event and to suit any taste with prices starting at £10. Go on, treat yourself! King Candy ‐ 12 The Green, Hasland S41 0LJ.
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We have plenty of space for members to socially distance. Come along ﬁnd a table and we provide waiter service. HWMC are also taking new memberships, to take advantage of our extensive range of drinks including a great, ever changing selection of real ales, all competitively priced at £2.60 per pint for members. We have been working hard on providing the safest environment possible for our members in accordance with strict government guidelines and rules. The maximum number of members allowed into HWMC is 80. We will be operating a ﬁrst come ﬁrst served basis with no limit to time a member can stay. Unfortunately if you do not have your card you will not be able to enter the building. You will need to swipe in and swipe out, as this will be logged to provide Covid tracking details. If you have lost your card you will be able to leave your details with a £5 replacement fee. You will not be able enter the building until you have been contacted by phone to collect your card when it card is ready. To avoid virus transfer any payment must be made using your membership card or debit/credit card. You can credit your membership card with notes to the value of £5, £10, £20. All change will remain on your membership card for future spending. Children will be welcome but will have to adhere to strict social distancing and be seated at all times. Dogs will be welcome on a lead and must stay next to the owner. Waiter service will be oﬀered and gaming machines, snooker and pool tables will be open. We are now having a quiz every Sunday at 9pm. We look forward to seeing you all again and will appreciate your patience and assistance in keeping everyone safe. Please keep an eye on our Facebook page and notice boards for updates. Hasland Working Men’s Club & Community Hub, Hampton Street S41 0LH
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As autumn approaches it's time to think about Sweet Peas and other ﬂower seeds can be sown outdoors, but for the best early plants sow in a plant pot and germinate in a planting pots for winter and spring colour. Start by putting a good layer of pebbles or broken clay pot pieces into the bottom before ﬁlling with compost. Use a good quality, free draining mix if they are to be outside all winter. Then plant up with your favourite plants and bulbs for colour now and on into the spring. Remember that if you're planting bulbs, the larger the bulb the lower it is planted leaving the smaller bulbs nearer the surface. This is also the time for planting and transplanting any shrubs and trees, so early in the month prepare borders to be ready for these. This can be done until next April as long as the soil isn't frozen. Double dig the ground and dig in well rotted garden compost or manure, this can be bought from garden centres. At planting time dig a large hole so the roots can be spread about. Trees, Standard Roses and some tall shrubs will need staking for support, this should be inserted into the hole before planting to avoid root damage. Scatter a handful of bone meal into the hole of any large shrub and soil that is replaced around the roots should be peat based to encourage new roots to form. Firm the root with your foot as soil is added. It is important to set new plants at the same depth as they were in the pot so look for the soil mark as a guide. After planting use plastic tree ties to stake as these are ﬂexible and will expand as the trunk grows. Rose and hardwood shrub cuttings can still be taken. These are taken from this years growth and ideally need to be 6‐18” long. At the base cut just below a bud or the cutting can be removed from the mother plant with a slither of older wood known as a 'heel'. Insert the cuttings directly into the ground. This time next year you will be able to transplant them. You can be pretty ruthless with the new plants when cutting them back as this will encourage them to bush out. As soon as the frost begins to blacken Dahlia and tuberous Begonia foliage, lift them, cutting the stems to 6” from the tubers. Leave them in a dry place for about a week. Store them in boxes packed with fairly dry peat to stop them from drying out too much. Gladioli corms can also be treated in the same way.
cold frame. Keep the frame closed until the ﬁrst leaves appear , then only close the frame during frosty or windy weather. Plant spring bedding plants as soon as summer bedding is cleared. Dig thoroughly and add well rotted compost so it is 3‐4“ deep. Either tread the beds or let them settle naturally before planting out Wallﬂowers, Pansies and Forget‐me‐nots. Bulbs and Lilies can still be planted and many of the spring bulbs look attractive planted between bedding plants. Herbaceous plants can be split and planted on now unless the soil is heavy and then the are best left till the spring. Prepare the soil by adding in bone meal and planting in groups of 3 to give a good show. Early in the month plant out well hardened oﬀ seedling alpines or rooted cuttings in the rock garden. Continue to plant out Carnations and Pinks, Water Camellias, Azaleas and Rhododendrons to make sure buds that are forming continue to grow for better ﬂowers next year. Try to get the majority of you new bulbs planted this month, Tulips being the last to be planted for spring colour 2021. It is probably the last chance to tidy round plants and do some weeding around already established plants before the winter weather sets in. Scatter bone meal and fork gently in. In most areas outdoor ﬂowering Chrysanthemums can be cut back and treated like other herbaceous plants. Many perennials can be cut down to ground level, although any with attractive seed heads can be left, as long as they're not made too messy by the wind. Also seed heads can attract birds into the garden to eat insects and grubs from other plants. Alpines will stand any amount of cold weather but dampness will kill them. Remove any fallen leaves and cover choice plants especially those with woolly leaves with a glass or plastic dome. Collect fallen leaves and stack them in a wire container to make leaf mould, alternatively you can put them into black bags with air holes forked into them and store away for them to rot down.
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Marian Quiles is a relative newby in Hasland, having moved over from Spain with a few years in Sheﬃeld in between. I asked her for her views of our area:
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Fun at Chesterfield Bowl Since reopening on the 15th August, the team at Chesterﬁeld Bowl have been striving to ensure that their customers can still have fun with all the necessary safety measures in place (pictured right). We are so lucky to have such a large leisure facility so close to us. It’s more important than ever just now that we support them as they are now facing a ‘ use us or lose us’ situation’ following their ﬁve month lockdown closure. There are some fantastic oﬀers currently available each day, as well as our exclusive reader oﬀer of 1 hour of bowling for up to six people for £25 using the voucher at the bottom of the ad. Their current opening hours are: Monday to Thursday 11am‐9pm, Friday 11am‐10pm, Saturday 10am‐10pm and Sunday 10am‐9pm. Derbyshire Bridal Boutique
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Cavendish Motors Land Rover & Range Rover Specialists The friendly team at Cavendish Motors pride themselves on their expert knowledge of Land Rovers and Range Rovers. They oﬀer a wide range of vehicle repairs and servicing, from disc and pad changes to total rebuilds and cam belt replacements, as well as MOT repairs. They also ﬁt oﬀ‐road modiﬁcation kits and other vehicle accessories. The family business was established in 2009 on Storforth Lane Trading Estate. They have since become recognised as a highly reputable Land Rover and Range Rover specialist in our area. Quality focused service is very important to the whole team who strive to ensure that all of their customers drive away happy. They have years of experience in repairing, maintaining and servicing vehicles to a high speciﬁcation. “As a family‐run business, we recognise the importance of word of mouth and customer referrals, ensuring that all Land Rover and Range Rover repairs are completed to the highest of standards at all times. Every job is carried out by trained and time‐served vehicle mechanics, passionate about working on and repairing these renowned oﬀ‐road vehicles. Our Land Rover and Range Rover services include engine diagnostics, repairs and rebuilds, ﬁtting new exhausts, brakes and gearboxes as well as cam‐belt replacement and MOT repairs to name a few.” There are always a large number of Land Rover and Range Rover parts in stock, which means the majority of repairs can be completed quickly using original components. As well as their garage services Cavendish can supply and ﬁt a large choice of vehicle accessories including tow bars, fog light kits and side steps. They also supply a broad range of quality Land Rover and Range Rover parts to both trade and domestic customers from their sales
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The joy of being 2 at Mary Poppins! Mary Poppins Day Nursery and Nursery School has been taking good care of many of our children since 1996. Many childhood friendships are forged there which continue throughout the children’s school days. Early Years Teacher Jenny Purdy who leads the two year olds has written this lovely poem (right) to let us know what life is like as a 2 year old at nursery and how much fun the children have. Children are welcome to attend Mary Poppins from 3 months up to ﬁve years old. Many parents don’t realise that their child can enjoy their reception year at the nursery school too. There are separate areas of the nursery for each age group of children, meaning their learning experience is tailored exactly to suit them. There is also a quiet area for tired younger children to have a nap when they need to. The fantastic indoor and outdoor facilities are constantly being updated and invested in. The air conditioned playrooms and the bright and cheery outdoor areas are perfectly set to help small children learn as they play. There are always happy sounds coming from the nursery! The children even get a chance to enjoy gardening and growing vegetables. The nursery is open from 7.30am to 6pm Monday to Friday, every week of the year and is only closed for Bank Holidays. The dedicated cook prepares two nutritious home cooked meals each day for the children to enjoy. There are free places available for children aged two and three, just ask the team for details. Owner Helen loves the great reputation that Mary Poppins has carefully earned over the years and the whole team strive to help each child achieve their own individual potential. Mary Poppins Day Nursery & Nursery School, 26 The Green, Hasland, Chesterﬁeld S41 0LJ. Tel: 01246 555022. www.marypopsnursery.co.uk. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Being two is so much fun We love to play with everyone We smile, we laugh, we run, we walk We also love to learn and talk. The world might seem like such a big place But the adults here help us feel safe We love to cuddle We love to eat We love all the new friends we meet. We paint, we build, We clap we sing We love all the fun being two can bring! (Jenny Purdy ‐ Early Years Teacher and Room Supervisor)
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Ashes to Ashes - As the saying goes. When we scatter or bury our loved ones’ cremated remains, we do so with the belief that they will nurture the earth just as they nurtured our spirits. Science indicates, however, that the old saying is true: ashes placed into the earth will remain ashes forever and that’s bad news for our environment. The Woodland Burial Company, creators of Living Memorial, worked with independent labs to understand why ashes are toxic to the environment. After a series of soil studies, they learned that the high pH level and excessive sodium content of cremated remains prevents them from releasing nutrients. No amount of soil will naturally offset these levels, so plants will grow around areas with cremated ash.
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HASLAND REMEMBERS VJ DAY 75th ANNIVERSARY Whilst VE Day marked the end of the war in Europe in May 1945, many thousands of Armed Forces personnel were still involved in bitter ﬁghting in the Far East. Victory over Japan would come at a heavy price, and Victory over Japan Day (VJ Day) marks the day Japan surrendered on the 15 August 1945, which in eﬀect ended the Second World War. As always, the Hasland community were ready to commemorate this day with two ceremonies at 11am and 8pm by the war memorial in Eastwood Park. Many local residents came to pay their respects alongside Mayor of Chesterﬁeld Cllr. Gordon Simmons, Cllr. Amanda Serjeant, MP Toby Perkins, Father Geoﬀrey Borrowdale ‐ Rector of Saint Paul's Church Hasland, Reverend Margaret Mwailu from Hasland Methodist Church and Steven Wright, chair of the Grassland Hasmoor Big Local. Barbara Arrandale from the Friends of Eastwood Park and the Big Local helped organise the day as well as Drew Lilleker from Harold Lilleker and sons. At 11am John‐Charles Tanner played ‘The Last Post’ before two minutes silence was observed followed by
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Christmas magic at Heaton Park, Manchester Last year my children and I enjoyed a magical evening exploring Lightopia, an award winning festival of lanterns and light which took place in Heaton Park, Manchester. The event is set to return to Manchester this year, and is a fantastic opportunity for a magical family evening. The highlight for us was an amazing light and water show over the lake. Here is the event information from the organisers in case you want to give it a try! Lightopia showcases unique interactive and immersive lights, lanterns and installations, with a magical illuminated trail that has been designed to maintain social distance from others. Lightopia 2020 will see new installations unveiled and a brand‐new route for guests to explore. The new route has been designed to create a safe environment, where Lightopians are able to see the sights safely with friends and family. New themes to uncover include a stand‐out Christmas showcase, which uses the Grade I‐listed Heaton Hall as its sparkling backdrop – enjoy the most wonderful time of the year at Lightopia, as you pass by Santa’s sleigh, glistening snowﬂakes and make your own festive soundtrack with a giant interactive walking piano. Also new for 2020, is the Astronomy display; illuminating the night sky with its beautiful moon installation, other pieces include robotic controlled pads on the ﬂoor, which create light shows when stepped on and an interactive Zodiac Sign installation. There will also be an area dedicated to the Manchester Skyline and an immersive Musical City encouraging visitors to dance their way through the lights. The popular Animals attraction will return, and much‐loved installations from last year can be re‐visited in the Discovery space. Children will be full of excitement as they enter the fairytale world of candy, ﬂowers and characters at the Woodland Fairytale area, with some new captivating pieces featured in this illuminated wonderland. The Lakeside water show will also play a key role in the exhibition, as a state‐of‐the‐art projection creates a visual masterpiece, bringing the story of Lightopia to life; with a new production created for this year that reﬂects the Lightopia theme of discovery. Shimmering walkways, lights and lanterns will guide the walkways, marking the route direction. And extraordinary dragon sculptures will lead the way Lightopia’s food stalls and licensed bars. Lightopia will be open from Friday 20th November until Sunday 3rd January. The event is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, except during school holidays. Christmas Eve and Christmas Day are closed. Opening times are between 5pm to 10pm, and last entry is 8.30pm daily. Advance tickets are priced at £20.00 for adults (or £22.00 on the day), £13.00 for children (or £15.00 on the day), and £60.00 for families of two adults and two children (£68.00 on the day). Children under three can go free. Essential carers of disabled visitors can attend for free, the disabled visitor pays the normal admission fee. To book tickets, visit www.lightopiafestival.com or follow Lightopia on Instagram and Facebook.
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Comedy fundraiser success thanks to Tom In September I was lucky enough to attend a comedy fundraiser supporting Ashgate Hospicecare hosted by the Peak Edge Hotel, Stone Edge in their stunning gazebo and gardens. Comedian Tom Binns. Ashgate Hospicecare Fundraiser Lynn Jones had been contacted by Tom, who lives in Chesterﬁeld. He is known as many alter egos including ‘Psychic’ Ian D Montfort and Hospital DJ Ivan Brackenbury. Tom is the co‐writer and star of the BBC1 comedy series Hospital People which also featured Janine Duvitski, Mandeep Dhillon, Sally Philips and Russell Brand, to name just a few. He is also an award winning character comedian and ventriloquist who has worked at international comedy festivals as well as the UK stand up comedy circuit. The evening was a huge success. Tom allowed three of his fabulous characters to ‘visit’ us, including his outspoken guinea pig friend Nibbles. He opened the evening as unconvincing psychic Ian D Montfort before allowing Nibbles to have a short set of his own. We then listened in on a radio show with DJ Ivan Brackenbury with numerous inappropriate hits played for the patients, including ‘A Good Heart’ by Feargal Sharkey, dedicated to the transplant ward. As well as his stand up career, Tom has featured in many TV shows including Alan Partridge, Lee and Herring and the IT Crowd. He’s also been a guest on Eight out of Ten Cats do Countdown. Since lockdown has limited the amount of live shows that can be allowed to happen, Tom has ingeniously built his own mobile stage onto the roof of his VW Camper Van, nicknamed ‘The Bus Stop Arena’. He is now able to perform his show anywhere. Audiences can watch the show from their cars with the help of an app on their phones. I think this may be the only mobile stage of this sort! He’s working in partnership with BizSpace to bring his show to their car parks all around the country at the weekends. I’d massively recommend a comedy evening with Tom if you get the chance to attend any of his shows. There’s really no one else quite like him! Visit tombinns.com/comedydrive‐in to ﬁnd out more about his upcoming gigs.
I asked Tom a few quick ﬁre questions after the show: How long have you been based in Chesterﬁeld? I moved to Calow in 1986 from Clowne. What made you oﬀer your services to Ashgate Hospicecare? I’ve worked with them before as my aunt was a nurse for them. I knew fundraising might be diﬃcult during lockdown and I wondered if they’d considered an outdoor gig. Which is your favourite character to perform live? I like doing the psychic but there’s not much to choose between them really. What made you choose ‘Nibbles’ as your performance partner? Nibbles chose me ‐ he’s been pestering to do stand up for a long time. What inspired you to create your mobile camper van stage? The camper was inspired by the thought of not working! What next for Tom Binns? There’s another 8/10 cats do countdown coming out soon. If you can help to support Ashgate Hospicecare with a fundraising event of your own please give them a call on 01246 567250 9am‐5pm Monday to Friday or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tom Binns as Ivan Brackenbury, Ian D Montfort (left) and with Nibbles (below)
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Local Theatre News
THEATRE LIGHTS UP RED TO RAISE AWARENESS
On the 11th August many theatres across the UK lit up red to raise awareness of the growing crisis that they are facing as part of the #WeMakeEvents Red Light Alert Day.
Our fantastic local theatres and arts projects need our support now more than ever as the Covid crisis has put many of them at risk. Please support them when you can and keep up to date with their plans to reopen.
Live theatre returns to Chesterﬁeld Theatres Chesterﬁeld Borough Council is pleased to announce that Chesterﬁeld Theatres will again be hosting live performances from October. The Pomegranate Theatre is already open for cinema screenings and council staﬀ have received lots of positive comments from customers about the safety measures that have been put in place. The council has also followed the latest Government and UK Theatres guidance on how to re‐introduce live performances to ensure the safety of performers, theatregoers and staﬀ. When booking tickets online, customers can also spoil themselves by pre‐ordering tasty treats including ice creams, sweets and drinks at a reduced price. Snacks and drinks can also be purchased when attending the Theatres, but staﬀ will only be accepting card payments. The Theatres team are looking forward to welcoming you back and are grateful for the messages of support that they have received from theatregoers through this diﬃcult period. To ﬁnd out more about upcoming shows and to book tickets, visit the Chesterﬁeld Theatres website: www.chesterﬁeldtheatres.co.uk
As darkness fell the Rose Theatre on Rose Hill in Chesterﬁeld was lit up by members of Chesterﬁeld Studios youth theatre group who held a vigil during the evening to show their support for theatre. The event was held in a bid to urge the government to oﬀer support to the industry. The majority of theatre productions have been cancelled in recent months leaving many professionals at risk of losing their jobs. 70% of people in this ﬁeld are freelance and self employed so their livelihood is seriously threatened.
Jonathan Francis, Artistic Director at Chesterﬁeld Studios told me “I'm so proud that we were able to play a small part in Light It In Red and help to demonstrate the immense loss the closure of arts venues has caused to our communities.“ Alongside the event, performing arts teacher Becky Langford‐Parker took part in a solo fundraising event to help Chesterﬁeld Studios through the crisis. During the course of 24 hours she ran one mile each hour before reaching the end of her ﬁnal session at Rose Theatre as the red light was switched on. Her eﬀorts raised over £1700. Many members of the youth theatre group joined Becky for the last mile of her epic journey. 28
Wed 11 November 2020 At the Winding Wheel Theatre Starts 7.30pm, VIP entry from 6pm Join Strictly Come Dancing Champion siblings, KEVIN and JOANNE CLIFTON for 'An Evening with Kevin & Joanne Clifton’. An intimate show produced for a socially distanced audience, the talented siblings will sing songs from their CD, tell stories of their dancing lives and perform some of your favourite Ballroom and Latin dances with their professional dance partners. Due to scheduling, this will be the only chance to catch the successful brother and sister duo on tour together. This production is being created and toured with the audience, theatre staﬀ, cast and crew safety at the forefront Tickets £38, Concession £35, VIP £80 ‐ www.chesterﬁeldtheatres.co.uk
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Autumn Play Season at the Pomegranate Theatre Chesterﬁeld favourites Tabs Productions and Rumpus Theatre Company lead us back into live theatre this season with a trio of plays. Each production will star two familiar play season actors who will perform in their very own ‘bubbles’. There is currently a great oﬀer available as you can see all three plays for the price of two. This oﬀer is only available until the day before the ﬁrst play, Mon 12th October. I chatted to Hasland actress Susan Earnshaw from Rumpus Theatre Company about how she was feeling about a return to live theatre: “Each play is performed by three diﬀerent couples which is great as each couple won’t need to socially distance from each other. We are all really excited to be working again and feel it's so important to get live theatre back up on its feet in our region. My husband David and I are in the ﬁrst play, a comedy in the hectic style of the 39 steps. We play about 20 parts between us including most of the Royal family! The second play is a thriller and the third show is another comedy by Arthur Smith. They're all very diﬀerent plays and we'd really love it if people could come out and support us and the theatre!” Rumpus Theatre Company presents
Love upon the Throne starring Susan Earnshaw & David Gilbrook Tuesday 13th ‐ Saturday 17th October THE HILARIOUS ROYAL COMEDY FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE 39 STEPS, PATRICK BARLOW, DIRECTED BY JOHN GOODRUM
Performed by self‐styled theatrical genius Desmond Olivier Dingle and his not always faithful sidekick Raymonda Box, Love Upon the Throne is a gleefully comic retelling of the romance, courtship and matrimonial proceedings of Charles and Diana, tastefully crammed into an evening’s entertainment for your unmitigated delight. Love Upon the Throne is the perfect vehicle (or royal coach, if you like) to bring live theatre back to the Pomegranate Theatre! Tabs Productions presents
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Tuesday 27th ‐ Saturday 31st October THE FASCINATING PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER WRITTEN BY MARCUS LLOYD, DIRECTED BY KAREN HENSON
Every actor wants to bring a script to life, but what if a script comes to life all by itself? That is exactly what happens when Michael, a struggling actor, jumps on a chance to read a new play penned by enigmatic ex‐dancer Elizabeth. Secluded in Elizabeth’s house, as night closes in around the pair, things take a sinister turn. The game’s afoot, but who is playing whom? This play within a play will keep you guessing. Tabs Productions presents
Live Bed Show starring Karen Henson & John Goodrum Tuesday 10th ‐ Saturday 14th November THE MODERN BED‐HOPPING COMEDY BY ARTHUR SMITH, DIRECTED BY KAREN HENSON AND JOHN GOODRUM, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR SARAH WYNNE KORDAS
Originally produced in the West End and from the co‐author of An Evening with Gary Lineker, comes this frolicsome boy‐meets‐girl tale. Anyone who has ever spent a night in a strange bed, brass bed, bunk bed or even ﬂower bed is sure to enjoy this delightful exploration of modern relationships. Bridget Jones meets Nick Hornby for the over 50’s.
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Chesterfield’s retro clubs inspire MENTORSHIP SCHEME CELEBRATES £25k new options for fashionistas Some of the town’s most iconic pubs and nightclubs of the ‘80s have been re‐born as the new must‐haves of summer fashion. An entire range of apparel has gone to sale dedicated to Neil Anderson (right) and Carl Flint with some of the new designs inspired by ‘80s Chesterﬁeld celebrating long‐gone Chesterﬁeld icons like the Adam & Eve, Fusion, Hare & Greyhound, Aquarius, and Manhattan. The idea is the brainchild of Neil Anderson, publisher of the celebrated Dirty Stop Outs book series, and renowned Chesterﬁeld‐born illustrator Carl Flint. “I’d been mulling over the idea of launching a range of merchandise for a while and lockdown persuaded me to do it”, said Neil Anderson. “Shops were shut for months and supply chains were broken which meant many leading clothing brands were unable to fulﬁl orders. Everything we do is hand‐printed in the region so we don’t have any problems.” The clothing has been inspired by the success of Neil Anderson’s Dirty Stop Outs books that have enjoyed best‐selling status in town. Carl Flint, one of the country’s foremost illustrators that has worked for the NME, Guardian and Channel 4, said ‘80s Chesterﬁeld provided a rich palate of pop culture for inspiration. “The town might have been hit hard by the recession and the Miners Strike in the era but it never lost the ability to enjoy itself. Chesterﬁeld was awash with venues and bars and the merchandise reﬂects the amazing breath of what was on oﬀer.”
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FUNDING BOOST FROM PCC
A mentorship project helping to rebuild the lives of people aﬀected by drug and alcohol dependence recently welcomed Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa during a behind‐the‐scenes visit. The Commissioner met volunteers and coordinators at the A Spire Higher project, managed by John Croot receives a cheque from Hardyal Dhindsa, Chesterﬁeld FC Community Trust at the Technique Stadium, for a ﬁrst‐hand insight into watched by Community Trust staﬀ who work on the A Spire Higher project. Photo by Tina Jenner. the work it undertakes with vulnerable people to help maintain structure and routine in their lives and open the door to a range of educational and employment opportunities. The project, which received funding worth £24,940k in the latest round of the PCC’s Community Action Grant scheme, provides attendees with a mixture of one‐to‐one support, group work and physical activity. It is a follow‐on project to the award‐winning A Spire Right programme – an eight‐week scheme consisting of three mornings a week where participants are encouraged to get involved in positive activities to increase their personal development and self‐esteem. Mr Dhindsa said: “A Spire Higher is making a meaningful diﬀerence to these people’s lives, helping them to overcome immediate diﬃculties as well as the barriers to employment and education and generally raising their aspirations. The project is built on four years of success with the A Spire Right programme and the volume of people waiting to join the scheme is testament to its positive results. “I would like to thank the project coordinators for giving me such a detailed and helpful insight into the work underway to turn vulnerable people from crime and dependencies, which we know devastates lives.” As part of the project, mentors train some participants to become peer mentors themselves, providing micro‐jobs as an important ﬁrst step into the world of work. Scott Atkinson, head of education and wellbeing at Chesterﬁeld FC Community Trust, said: “We’re extremely grateful to the Commissioner for his support to enable us to extend our award‐winning work in helping people to achieve freedom from substance misuse addiction. During the visit, Mr Dhindsa formally presented a cheque for the funding and was also able to meet organisers of the club’s Camp Inspire programme, which oﬀers diversionary activities for young people aged four to 18 throughout the summer holidays at the Technique Stadium. The Trust engaged with 150 children registered to the scheme, with a signiﬁcant number of young people also on a waiting list.
HASLAND CFC NEWS Club hosts new Chesterﬁeld Youth Academy for festival of football Players from Hasland Community FC and Chesterﬁeld FC's Youth Academy have come together for two 'festivals of football' in recent weeks. Teams ranging from Under 8 to Under 16 played a series of friendly games on the Hasland School Fields ‐ giving the club's teams a great opportunity to test themselves against academy opposition. The events also gave Chesterﬁeld FC an opportunity to launch it's brand new 'Youth Academy' and kick oﬀ the new season after a long lay oﬀ due to the COVID‐19 pandemic. First up was the older age groups, ranging from Under 13 to Under 16, playing on Tuesday 25 August. They were then followed by the younger
groups, ranging from Under 8 to Under 12, on Tuesday 1 September. The club's cabin was open across both nights, serving spectators with food and refreshments. These 'festivals of football', which were enjoyed by all, were the latest in a long line of partnership work that Hasland CFC has done with Chesterﬁeld FC in recent years. The club is an oﬃcial grassroots partner to the Spireites and most recently has provided mascots and ﬂag bearers at home games. "In our club alone we've got around 250 young people involved in football and it was great to see so many of them involved over the two nights," said Andy Bagshaw, Hasland CFC's Club Chairman. "I saw a number of players playing for the youth academy teams that have come through our club and it's great to see them doing so well, too. Hopefully they'll go on to great things and maybe even get into the ﬁrst team one day. "We've worked with Chesterﬁeld FC for some time now and it just gets better and better. We we're really proud that they approached us to organise something like this and we look forward to developing our relationship even further following the recent takeover."
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Curbar, Frogatt & Baslow Edge
During lockdown many of us decided to embrace our local areas and get out and walk with our daily permitted exercise. More people began to appreciate the Peak District and the stunning beauty that we have on our doorstep, with the number of visitors to the Peak District increasing signiﬁcantly in the last six months. A popular spot is Curbar Edge, with stunning vista views across the Derwent Valley, it’s a great place to admire a sunrise or sunset. I recently visited this breathtaking place on a fairly cold and miserable Saturday morning in August. The positive being the lack of people I encountered, allowing for a more serene, peaceful experience. I parked at the National Trust Hay Wood car park, part of the Longshaw Estate (Postcode S32 3ZJ) bear in mind if you aren’t a National Trust member, there is a charge to park. There is a walk of 8 miles (allow 4 hours) which takes in Curbar, Froggatt and Baslow Edges as well as the lovely villages of Curbar, Calver, Froggatt and Grindleford. Roughly halfway into the walk you will pass through Calver, which is perfectly situated for a pub lunch. For a detailed step‐by‐step guide, it’s worth looking on the Lets Go Peak District website which contains many walk ideas and lots of helpful information when planning a walk. Whilst walking towards Froggatt Edge, less than a mile into the walk, keep an eye out for a small stone circle, called Stoke Flat Circle. It is made up of 11 stones and is roughly 15 metres in diameter and is believed to be dated back to the Bronze Age. Excavations which took place in the 1930’s found cremation remains and an urn. You will then head towards the appropriately named Big Moor. This includes stunning views across to Grindleford, Stoney Middleton and Eyam. Wild red deer are known to patrol Big Moor from time to time as well as grouse and curlew in summer months. Purple heather will brighten up the landscape in August and September, beautiful to see when the sunset shines down during golden hour. Baslow Edge has superb views over Derwent Valley and you can see Chatsworth House on a clear day. Highland cattle often graze here, so if you are fortunate enough to see them, give them space and if walking a dog, keep on a short lead. After about 400 metres you will see a rock formation standing in the middle of the moor. This is known as Eagle Stone and is popular with rock climbers. In the past it was used as a test for young men to show that they are ready for marriage! There are plenty of places to refuel along the walk with excellent pubs in Calver and Froggatt. You could even take a picnic and stop oﬀ at a scenic spot along the way, you won’t be short of options if you decide on the latter. By Scott Antcliﬀe
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