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Issue no. 12 - Winter 2020

Cover illustration: Dave Elsom Cover illustration: Dave Elsom

Cover illustration Amy Marples



Hello and welcome to the winter edition of S41 Local Magazine. As we enter our second year and decade, publishing S41 Local Magazine, we reflect on a fantastic 2019 and look forward to a happy, healthy and prosperous 2020. In 2019 we distributed over 60,000 copies of the magazine over ten editions, with over 100 local businesses choosing to advertise with us! We are humbled... This month's front cover pays homage to the lead gutiarist of the band PULP, Mark Webber. Mark was born and raised in Chesterfield and won the Mercury Music Prize for the album 'A different class'. Not bad for a town lad! In this edition we reveal who won our Cover Artist of the year competion, meet up and coming band the 'Levis' and learn how to set intentions for the year, as opposed to resolutions. We have an update on all the major developments happening in Chesterfield in 2020 and learn more about the amazing community group, Spital Arts. As always our What's on pages are jam packed with fantastic local events for all the family. If you wish to list your event, group or community, please do get in touch, it's absolutely free to be listed. We simply cannot thank you all enough for reading our magazine in 2019 and making a conscious effort to buy services and goods from our local advertisers. All that is left to say is happy new year and we hope this one is as good as the last. Peace, Love and Positivity Simon and Bekah. T: 07716014002 E:



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Three Cottages Reflect and progress

Words Simon Paterson & Nicky Wisniewski Images: Andrew Haslam & Three Cottages 2019 was a big year for John, Nicky and the team at the Three Cottages and the pub is thriving, creating its own family and sense of community. We asked John and Nicky to reflect on their 2019 journey and what exciting events and developments we can expect to see in 2020! The tasting events went really well, particularly the whiskey and gin one’s. We even had a private booking for a 40th birthday. There was a lot of gin tasting at that one! Says Nicky Our August bank holiday family fun day was a huge success, attracting families from all over Chesterfield. We made lots of new friends that day, the weather was fantastic, and the pub was thriving. Same time next year? Christmas was a massive success, with over 500 people choosing to visit us over the festive period. It was lovely to see the S41 family dining with us on Christmas day alongside over 40 other families. Thank you to everyone who chose to spend their Christmas day with us. The Chesterfield Food and Drink Festival was a real highlight for me, says John. Cooking our Cambodian Street Curry, in front of a live audience was scary, but very exciting! It was a fantastic experience and I hope to be back next year. 2020 sees some big developments at the Three Cottages. With a new, big, car park and a full kitchen makeover. We are looking forward to the completion of our orangery and garden, also enjoying a drink in the sun this summer with our customers. With valentines and mother’s day bookings already over 40% full, it's sure to be another busy and successful year at the Cottages.

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Cover Artist

Cover art: Amy Marples Decades and drawings Words: Simon Paterson Images: Amy Marples


ike many artists, Amy Marples is quiet, unassuming and not a fan of blowing her own trumpet! So, given her abundance of talent, I thought it best we do it for her. After following Amy’s Instagram page and being very impressed by her unique, instantly recognisable style we asked her to design us an S41 Christmas Card and were blown away by the result! It perfectly captured our historic and beloved town centre at the most wonderful time of the year, Christmas. We sent out the card to many of our friends, family and advertisers and the response was fantastic, with many of them taking a picture of it and posting it on social media. We wanted to know more about the local girl born and raised in Clowne, so we asked her to design our first front cover of the decade and interviewed her about her inspirations and ambitions. What was the first drawing you can remember doing as a child? I can’t remember exactly what it was. Fairies were always a very popular choice, but any sort of figures really. My sister and I both had dolls houses, and I’d draw any new characters for us to make stories with. I’d also make them different outfits and hairstyles that we could change them into, and then attach them on with Blu-tack. That must have been some of my earliest ‘art’ besides random scribbles! How old were you when you realised you had a talent worth sharing? There’s a lot of people I have to thank over the years for giving me the confidence to share my art and help me improve. I think it was in Junior school where I realised that I liked art, and that other people liked my drawing too. I always went to the afterschool art club, and we had a school Christmas card competition. I think I won that two or three times! Even now I still make homemade cards for my relatives. If you were stranded on a dessert island and could only have one of your illustrations with you, which one would it be?

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I’ve done a few drawings of my sister over the years, but recently I painted her in gouache. A lot of the time I have mixed feelings about my art, but I really like that painting. It’s A5, so it would be easy to take with me, and she’s always been extremely supportive of me. Maybe if I had that I’d feel like she was with me and it would give me some motivation! Does art run in the family? I’m probably the one most into drawing, but we’re all a very creative bunch and like the arts in one form or another. My mum studied art at college, and she was always very helpful with critiquing my work. She had the perfect balance of praise and criticism. My sister is also an excellent photographer. I understand drawing isn’t your only talent and you have just graduated from University with a degree in creative writing (go you). Are you looking to combine writing and drawing? You could be the next Roald Dahl/Quentin Blake…rolled in to one! I did an illustration to go with the very first poem I wrote for my MA called ‘Stars of The Night’, as I thought my blog would look better if I had some images to go with the text. But I do love the idea of combining my writing and art together. A while ago I tried to do a couple of characters, but I’d like to redraw those now. During my last year at university, I started getting into graphic novels, and I thought that maybe I’d like to try something like that in the future. As we start a new decade, if you could live in any past decade, which one would you choose and why? Maybe the 1960s? I love nostalgia for the past, but it’s hard to pick one when you start to think of all the downsides. But there was a lot of good things that started then too. I’m also quite a fan of pop art and psychedelia as I love bright colours, and a lot of the music I listen to seems to be from the 1960s. I blame my parents for that…

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Aside from being an Artist, if you could do, or be anything else, what you be and why? I can’t imagine not drawing or writing. For ages I was really sure about being a vet once I’d left school, but I changed my mind. I think really I’d have to say an author, since books and writing are some of my other passions. Hopefully that will come true one day! What’s was it like growing up in Clowne in the 90’s? Has it changed much since you were a kid? In some ways it almost seems like a different place, it feels so much bigger now. Sadly, it’s lost some of its highlights over the years. We were once known for our Christmas lights display which was incredible to me as a kid. It felt really magical seeing all of the houses completely covered in lights. Unfortunately, one year a lot of our neighbours suffered really badly from theft and vandalism, so nearly everyone stopped doing the lights. On a more positive note, there’s recently been some new additions, as a few local businesses have now opened up in some of the empty buildings. If you could host a dinner party and invite three guests to join you, who would you invite and why? Do they have to be living? If not, first choice would be John Lennon as he had many interests similar to mine, which I think would make good conversation. I’m a little bit obsessed with him! I’d also invite Grayson Perry as I’ve always admired his ability with different art forms. Finally, I’d like Angela Carter. She’s one of my favourite authors and I aspire to be as good as her. I think that would make a very interesting guest list! What’s next for Amy Marples? As much as I’ve loved being at university, I’m ready for doing something else now. I’m definitely up for trying to publish some of my writing, and getting onto the next steps with my art. I’m currently in the process of putting both onto a blog as it feels like my art and writing are still very separate things, and I’d love to bring them together. Hopefully, this decade will be the start of a new creative journey for me.

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Business Change

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he same high-quality friendly service you’d expect from our local business remains, but Kevin Howarth from iDeal Flooring is excited to now offer a range of carpets on the roll to take away, and a selection of roll end bargains.

“It’s also nice to be away from the ‘offer syndrome’ where no one ever knows the true price of a product. I keep my prices keen all year round, offer free grippers, door bars and underlay etc on products above £11.99 a square meter. It keeps things simple.”

“The move to 362 Chatsworth Road took place over the Christmas period, we literally picked up the old shop but have added stock to take away. The new unit is larger and much easier to access, I now stock roll ends and a selection of carpets from the showroom direct. No need to order, just roll up, choose what you need, and either take it away, or we can arrange delivery and installation”, explains Kevin.

Kevin still offers an uplift service, where, for a small fee, his installers will remove your old flooring and take away all the rubbish. They also have Snap Finance available which allows you to spread the cost of your new flooring.

The unit is the old Chatsworth Motor Spares unit, next to Crown Decorators Centre and opposite the Curtain Studio. “You can see the back of my unit from the car park at Morrisons, we back straight onto it, so a short walk from the store or drive round and park right outside, there’s loads of parking space right next to the door” says Kevin. The same range of flooring to order is still available and there is no shortage of products, including carpets. There are a wide selection on display in the showroom, plus luxury vinyl tiles (LVT), laminate, engineered wood flooring plus the new addition, of roll stock, roll ends and laminates in store to take away. You may recall us saying back in the summer how Kevin had been at 131 Chatsworth Road development for eight years and set up on his own after a life working for the large carpet and flooring retail chains. He is keen to repeat that “with the wealth and experience from a long life in the flooring trade, I was able to transition to my own store without much pain, although what I never expected was how much more time I’d have at home, as I travelled a lot, and how much I’d feel part of the community. “You build relationships when your customers are nearly all local, do a good job and people recommend you, word starts to spread. Page 12

The thing I noticed is how much like his old showroom the new one looks. Same open ceiling, same white walls, same flooring samples underfoot, just a lot wider and with the new stock to take away on display. “It’s been a busy few weeks getting everything ready and moving across to the new location but I’m very happy with how it’s looking. “People have been very positive about how it looks and feels. It’s also great to be so close to the other home-based stores. People have called into Crown for paint, popped in to browse and ordered new carpet in the same trip, something the old location couldn’t offer. “It’s like a DIY store, flooring, paint and soft furnishings all in one handy location. “If you're a landlord, the new roll stock is very competitively priced so ideal if you have a property that needs completely reflooring.” Kevin is clearly looking forward to life at 362 Chatsworth Road, offering the new additional services and in his new location. If you are looking for new flooring, be sure to call in and, as always, please don’t forget to tell him you saw him in S40 Local! iDeal Flooring 362 Chatsworth Road Chesterfield S40 2DQ

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Business Community

Spital Arts Culture and cakes Words: Lyn Pardo Images: Lyn Pardo


pital Arts are a group of friends and neighbours who are interested in the arts, and who put on events for likeminded people in the area.

We started off at a party when some of us were about to retire. We have long known that our four streets contain a wealth of talented people, and we decided to put on an exhibition of their work. That first 'Arts Spectacular' showcased photography, calligraphy, painting and lino cuts, jewellery and crafts. In the evening we had a fashion show and concert, and it was all well received. Since then the events have split into two strands, the arts exhibition every summer, and evening concerts and events running throughout the year We have received sponsorship over the years, enabling us to buy a stage, a screen and a basic sound system. Our local Councillor and the Central

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England Co-op have been most generous. We also bought cushions for the chairs at St Leonard's Mission, where we hold all our events, so our guests can sit in comfort! We have our own tables which we make available for other users of the Mission. Our mugs feature three of the artists we have enjoyed. All our events involve cake and I am convinced that is why people return, loyally, so often. Some of our bakers are legends, and we try to always have a gluten free choice. Over the six years of our existence we have added to our artist list and have watercolours, pottery, printing, woodworking, quilting, enamelwork, stained glass and more. Work is exhibited either as a display or as a selling stall. So long as the artist has a Spital link, all are welcome, and we are very fortunate to have so much talent locally.

Our evening events have included music from soloists, bands and choirs; dance; a spinning and weaving workshop; plays; films and storytelling with accompanying installations. We have some events from the Live and Local support network, which enables us to put on events we could not otherwise afford. We maintain a mailing list so interested folk will always know what is coming up, and we have a comments book at the Arts Spectacular Exhibition where potential exhibitors can get in touch. A lot of our artists make themselves known in this way, or by word of mouth, as we are all local.

Recently we have provided a card reading facility, and tickets are available from Eventbrite in advance. People can book online and by phone, so it is easy to come, whatever your circumstances. We do sell out some events, so make sure you are on our list! Spitalarts Our venue: St Leonard’s Mission, Spital S41 0H

We publish a guide to forthcoming events which is available at events and at the local Tourist Information Centre. We also have a Facebook page.

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Support from Rebecca Downes The Foundry Sheffield Wednesday 26th February 2020 Deadline: Friday 14 February 2020

Don Airey, current keyboard player with Deep Purple and Brian Downey, former drummer with Thin Lizzy are pleased to announce a February 2020 - UK Tour with support from the fabulous Rebecca Downes. To be in with a chance of winning: • Email DON to • Text DON to 07764 801080 • Complete the form below, and send to:

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S41 Presents:

The Levis Influences, pot noodles and gigs Words: Simon Paterson Images: The Levis


he Levis are an up and coming four-piece indie/garage band from Derbyshire. With 22,000 streams on Spotify in 2019 and listeners in over 62 different countries, it’s time for us to champion and support them as they strive to achieve their dream of Rock ‘n’ Roll stardom. Listening to their track ‘Clear Skies’ it’s clear they have been influenced by early 90’s Britpop, and the noughties Sheffield scenes. With melodies reminiscent of Catfish and the Bottlemen and Milburn. So, who are the Levis? Leading the charge on vocals and guitar is Max, bringing up the bass is Toby, banging the drums is Jack and adding the melody on guitar is Tommy. So, how did you all meet? Max: me and Toby have been mates since school, we both weren’t really interested in playing music at school at all and we both hated music lessons. Toby: I just used to mess about in lessons to be fair! Max: then, in our last year we just decided to start a band. We taught ourselves how to play guitar and bass with YouTube videos. Simon: I laid a wooden floor in the house with my mate’s tools and the power of YouTube videos. It’s the way forward! Toby: then we found Tommy through Instagram 'Cos he’d been posting all these guitar videos, I just asked him if he wanted

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to come and play with us in Max’s garage without ever meeting him or owt, and he did! Max : Jack is Tommy’s brother and is mint on the drums, so just made sense to get him in the band as well. How would you describe your sound? Tommy: I’d say it’s like raw indie garage rock, we’ve all listened to bands like the strokes and the cribs for years so we’ve got a similar sound to them. Max: yeah a lot of the simple guitar riffs are inspired by that late 70s post punk sound with bands like ‘Television’ I’d say. Toby: simple catchy tunes. It works. It’s 1am, you have just finished a gig in Chesterfield town centre, and you are starving. Where do you go to eat and what do you order? Max: gotta be LFC, think that’s the only place me and me mates have ever gone after a night out in chesterfield, got to give my mate max hartshorn a mention in this if we’re talking about LFC, cos he loves that place. Jack: maccies all day! Tommy: i’d buy a king curry pot noodle from big Tesco Toby: the Best Kebab Pizza, and get a sloppy Donner with garlic mayo and chips Simon: The body is a temple and all that lads, I get it!

Which do you feel is the best song you have written and why? Max : if we’re talking about all of the songs, I’d probably say our new tracks that we haven’t released yet. Out of the released songs I’d say ‘underrated’, it got played on BBC introducing… Jack: undderatted, has to be! Tommy: favourite, is probs honey I’m alright, the guitar riff after the chorus is banging… Toby: open your eyes 'Cos we’ve played it for ages, and we open all our sets with it

Simon: Not fans of the Strokes then! You can catch the lads playing the following gigs in January and February: 25th January – The Leadmill, Sheffield 4th February – Café Totem, Sheffield 29th February – Suckerfest, Sheffield The LEVIS Thelevisband The LEVIS

If you could support one band on tour in 2020 who would it be? Max: the Strokes or the Cribs Jack: the Strokes Tommy: would have to be the Strokes Toby: the strokes Cos the first song me and max learnt to play together was someday

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Comfort is the enemy of progress Be SMART about your intentions Words & Images: Nathan Hamer


his Article came to life through a 'Christmas Catch up' with Simon, Bekah, 'Nanna Sue', and Florie (aged 2). All of us; even Florie in her own nonconversational way, being positive people, it was only natural something positive would come out of it. In this case we got talking about me writing another article. 'Pilock in Poland' was mentioned a few times as I'm living in Poland until July, and at times can be compared to Karl Pilkington (An Idiot Abroad). However, in the end it was decided that I should write one on 'New Year Resolutions' or rather 'New Year Intentions'. So here it is: The concept of New Year Intentions was through Simon's input, and rightfully so, as resolutions are 'resolute' and imply that they are final; whereas intentions are more flexible and allow more space for adjustment. Flexibility and being free to adjust are key components of setting goals. This is because if your target is rigid and fixed, and if you are not achieving that target, it will only make you feel worse and like you are losing. On the other hand, if you feel free to adjust based on your performance, then there is more chance of you achieving your goal and feeling like you're winning. For example, if I set a goal (a resolution) to stop smoking, every cigarette I have through that process would feel like a loss, and in a couple of weeks I would probably give up. But if I set a goal (an intention) to smoke three less cigarettes a day, then I have more freedom to find a target that suits me best in each step of the process. Such as in the first week, only one cigarette less because I’m finding it too difficult, or after one month increase to five less because I'm beginning to feel comfortable. Which leads onto the next point:

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Comfort is the enemy of progress! To achieve anything in life you need to step outside your comfort zone. This may be difficult at first but once you get past that first hurdle of mental resistance, then you will start to gain momentum and the results will start to show. If you are a more visual person then you can see the diagram on the right hand page. I'll do my best to explain this. Firstly, we have your 'comfort zone'. Now this might be you, retreated in your covers, binge watching a series on Netflix, stuffing yourself with left-over chocolate from selection boxes; although that is a little on the extreme end! Your comfort zone is exactly how it sounds - the place you feel most comfortable. Now please don't get it confused, we all need our comfort zone and it is there for a reason. After a long week we all need a few hours to switch off, and just like physical growth, you need rest for effective mental growth. However, the danger comes when you spend too much time in that place and start to stagnate. Next there is your 'fear zone' this is that voice in your head, in Buddhism it is referred to as your 'monkey mind', that tells you "No we don't 'need' to do that what's the point?" or "It's best to do it tomorrow when you haven't got X or Y going on". This is something you need to work past, and the mental resistance I mentioned earlier. It is potentially the most dangerous zone to be in when working towards a goal, as your emotions will take over and you will not only let your own thoughts get in the way of your progress, but other people’s opinions too. As awful as this state is, there is no way around it, and requires you to recognise you are there and just push through.

After you have pushed through though, you are rewarded by being in your learning zone. This is the place where you start to see things more systematically and approach your goal head on. It will materialise by you doing some research into the subject you wish to improve, or if research doesn't apply to your goal, then this could also be you learning more about yourself and how you make the most progress with the least resistance. Lastly comes your growth zone, here is where you will reap what you have sown and begin to see the improvement in yourself. Which could be you stepping on the scales and seeing yourself 6 pounds lighter, taking a sigh of fulfilment after finishing that book you were given for Christmas, or seeing a clean and empty email inbox. You will have found purpose and feel confident in your ability to continue improving yourself. I hope that came across as clear as I intended, but please also remember that this isn't a linear process and will be a journey of ups and downs.

Unfortunately understanding and recognising your current position in your journey is only a small part of achieving a goal, the rest is simply hard work. I know at the start of a new year it also almost like there is something in the air (the winds of change if you want to get poetic about it). But always remember that with each passing day, hour, and minute there are new possibilities and space to achieve your full potential as a human being. Now I understand that there is a lot of new information to take in there and nothing really to guide you in creating goals, so here are a few things that I found helped me in getting stuff done. The most effective tool I use is setting 'S.M.A.R.T targets': Specific, Measurable, Attainable, and Time Based. In a world where everything is becoming 'Smart': Smart TV's, Smart meters, Smart lights, and Smart houses. It is vital to ensure you keep with times and make your targets smart as well. An example of a SMART target would be - I will go to Queen's Park gym three times a week before/after work. This is specific because I've stated a date

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Growth and location. Measurable because I've stated three times (Like in the first paragraph this is free to adjust).

Don't beat yourself up if you fall, a mistake is only a failure when we choose not to correct it!

Attainable because three times isn't out of reach for where I'm at personally. And time based because I've said each week. I love SMART targets because they're extremely subjective and I can suit them to exactly what I need.

I truly hope these words will spur you on to take lasting action and please understand this article is only a fragment of information out there to guide you. Just like we have our physical diet, we have a mental diet. So, make sure for every Netflix series you watch, you listen to a good podcast or a read a good book.

As well as setting SMART targets one of the best things to do is form habits and routines. Once you are in a routine it makes it much easier to move through the different 'zones' and takes a lot less resistance. It is said it takes 30 days to break an old habit and 30 days to form a new one, although this is just theory. Finally, something to never take for granted is the company you keep. It is massively invaluable to spend your time with positive people, as W. Clement Stone said 'you are a product of your environment. I have both seen and experienced that firsthand. To recap: 'Comfort is the enemy of progress' 'Each new day, hour, and minute is a chance to achieve your full potential', 'You are a product of your environment, so if you're not happy then change it'. And my final piece of advice is that 'Perfection doesn't exist, and 'perfect is the enemy of good'.

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Some of my personal recommendations are: The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast Russell Brand's: YouTube and instagram Jay Shetty's: Facebook and Instagram Steven Bartlett: The Diary of a CEO podcast Anga Kara: Instagram Angra Kara offers personal coaching sessions and is the founder of 'Men Up North' a Men's mental health group who have partnered with the Steve Miller foundations and host meetings sporadically in Chesterfield and regularly in Sheffield. Thanks for reading and feel free to message me on instagram or facebook for any free advice or guidance.

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Chesterfield XR We chat with Chesterfield Extinction Rebellion to understand why they are fighting for our planet. Words: Paul Chapman Image: Adobe Stock

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R, or Extinction Rebellion to use their full name, have a growing number of supporters who believe that the world we inhabit is not an endless resource to be used and abused, and it’s down to us to make some changes to ensure that future generations can enjoy a long time as custodians. XR have gained notoriety for their recent protests in London, where their profile has been raised through peaceful action, bringing traffic in the city to standstill. A poignant comment I heard came from radio and TV presenter Chris Evans on his morning breakfast show. He mentioned how clean and peaceful the city of London was without the traffic. It was a pleasant place to be and people occupied the streets and moved about without any difficulty. Some commented how close together parts of the city are when you can walk without the noise and pollution affecting your personal wellbeing. Children get it, but it’s our actions today that will have a greater impact on their futures. When XR went into Spire Juniors to explain who they are and why they act, they were met by suggestions from the children including: a pool of electric cars, use one from the pool when you need it; and about how they love wildlife and creatures and want to save them all. In past S40 Local’s when we have asked young people of senior school age to contribute articles to the magazine, many of the topics considered and published, have focused on the environment and climate change. Whatever your views, 97% of scientists now agree that our planet is changing, and we are the cause, so I feel it’s right to talk about XR and let you make your own decision. The group are active locally and trying to raise awareness of the issues we face; I am meeting Michelle Cadet-Rose and Colin Harrison from Chesterfield XR. “People think it’s about getting arrested” says Michelle, “but that’s not the case at all, for every single person that does get arrested there are ten that do not. “Not everyone is out there demonstrating. We have support from many people, doctors, lawyers, senior people, young people and this support comes in many ways, behind the scenes, nonviolent directaction training, legal support training, social media support etc to name a few. “Colin and I have taken part in events locally and in London where the depth of support has been amazing.”

What exactly is XR? “XR is a rebellion against us becoming extinct”, scientists say we are heading for a disaster quite quickly, our Government want carbon neutrality by 2050 but the scientists say we need to act much sooner. “The scientists say there is a ‘tipping point’, a point where we see a change in our environment that cannot be reversed, this is when our carbon production from gases and waste exceeds the rate at which the planet can deal with it”. “30 years ago scientist made predictions about signs on climate change that would be apparent by 2050, but these signs are here today, 30 years earlier than forecast.” Michelle continues, “the things I take from XR are the facts: sea levels are changing, coastal areas are being affected now, people crisis’ exist as people migrate inland and towards the global north. “More locally, we see widespread repeats of ‘once in a lifetime floods’ in Catcliffe, and vast fires in the Peak District. Signs that things are changing.” XR have no political ideology, they are completely aimed at the environmental crisis and promote love and understanding. They are nonviolent in every way and have no single leader, people take positions within the group, it’s more like a community where people take roles that suit them and contribute overall in the end goals, which are to: 1. Tell the truth and repeat what the scientists are saying 2. Act now 3. Form Citizens assemblies The group believe in deliberative democracy, a form of democracy in which deliberation is central to decision-making and in groups that represent all demographics. How have XR acted locally? In Chesterfield, the group have taken action against Derbyshire County over pensions investment choices. They have “photo-bombed” a polar bear (apparently not a real one) used as a festive attraction by Chesterfield Borough Council on Vicar Lane, to highlight the bear's environments disappearing; and most recently choregraphed a routine next to Hornsbridge Roundabout to raise awareness of traffic pollution related deaths. What is the best response an XR action can have? “For people to realise that the crisis is real,” answers Michelle, “to look at the science that’s out there and make some choices about what difference can be made personally”.

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Community “We need local and national government to make positive change. For instance, we see councils declaring climate emergencies but then agreeing new airports”. “We need real infrastructure change, citizens' assemblies to help deliver localism, solutions that meet the immediate needs of the communities we live in. Give people the background info they need to consider how they can make a change.” “There are some pockets of excellence that already exist. From these groups, ideas result that are implemented and can be replicated. In Europe, some citizens have agreed to pay more tax to fund local change as they see the immediate outcome and are prepared to pay for it.” Locally there are a number of organisations that exist and to some extent share common aims Plastic Free Chesterfield, Transition Chesterfield, the Chesterfield Cycle Campaign and Create Change, for instance. I can understand how some people may not want to be associated with XR, they don’t want to appear militant. Michelle assures me they are not trying to be difficult but sometimes you need to make a step change and raise awareness … and it might be a bit painful for some for a short while. “Some people’s view is that XR won’t make a difference, but what if no one took a stance? All we are doing is simply trying to raise awareness and would welcome anyone to get involved. People can bring whatever skills they have to help the cause”. “XR brings people together, we meet on the first Tuesday of the month at Monkey Park and if you want to be part of the change, drop us an email or search us out on FB.” In January and February, the film ‘2040’ will be shown locally. It depicts what life could look like if we successfully make the changes necessary in line with scientific suggestions; and on 21 March 2020, XR will be holding a fundraising evening at the Phoenix Room, Chester Street. If people want to help but don’t want to be activists, XR hold introductory sessions on the first Tuesday of each month, at 6:30pm, before their usual meeting at Monkey Park. That way you can find out what they're like and see if you want to become more involved - they have all sorts of subgroups for different activities. XRChesterfieldandNEDerbyshire XRCaNED

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Plastic Free Champions Plastic Free Chesterfield is working hard with local businesses to discourage use of single-use plastics. Their 'Plastic Free Champions' awards are given out to businesses who take action to remove single-use plastics from their business such as drinking straws, takeaway cutlery, packaging, bottles, plastic bags etc. To date, Greg Hewitt, from Plastic Free Chesterfield, has presented awards to 26 local businesses. We've listed the businesses below, so please try and give them your support where you can. Astra Designs UK, Bottle & Thyme, Brim Chippy, Chesterfield Market Cafe, Deli-ish, Elsie Moss Botanical, Fox and Stitch, Fredericks of Chesterfield, The Green Bobbin, Harriet & Lola's Candles, Lotty Lollipop, Masons Coffee House, Monkey Park, No 10 The Tea Room, The Urban Kitchen at Olympia House Antiques & Craft Centre, Pebble Moon Crafts, Ropers Honey, Shop Indie, Sorbo Lounge, Steph's Sustainable Stuff, Thyme to Eat cafe, Tuckins, Urban Flamingo, Urban Jars, Waste Not Want Not and Willow Springs Pet & Play Centre If your business would like to support Plastic Free Chesterfield and receive a plastic-free award, please email Greg (

Create Change Friday 24th January 6 to 9pm Clare Gage, local businesswomen and Fellow of the Royal Society of Art has been leading Create Change Chesterfield. For the first event of 2020, Clare has organised an evening of inspiration for creating change in our world. We will be joined by Alex Barker from Be More Pirate who will inspire us with a talk on the radical ideas we can learn from pirates...are we ready to start rewriting some rules? We’ll also be joined by local folk band Jig For A Kiss who will be providing the music to entertain us as we bring our evening to a close. Throughout the evening we will be reaching out to hear YOUR ideas on future Create Change Chesterfield events. There will also be opportunities to connect with local community groups who are involved in action throughout our town. This is a family-friendly event with food and drink provided, so join us for your tea and stay to get inspired for action in 2020! This is a free event, open to everyone. 6 to 9pm at the Assembly Rooms Top Floor of the Market Hall, Chesterfield. FB: @createchangechesterfield Page 30

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The Dad Diaries Words & Images: Simon Paterson


espite getting made redundant from my fulltime job mid-December, this Christmas was the best one yet! I am not including the Christmas I received a Super Nintendo with Super Tennis. My dad purchased the console two months prior to Christmas so he could practice and beat me on Christmas day. He was hugely disappointed when I dished out what can only be described as a severe whopping on my first go! To this day I am still unsure as to whether it was pride on his face or disappointment, I suspect the latter. December is a busy time for us with several birthdays, including our eldest’s Eva’s. This year she was presented with the option of either having a party with her mates or going to a new city with her family, making memories and gaining life experience. She chose the city break with the family. This was Bekah’s brilliant idea and we proceeded to book a couple of days in Dublin over the festive period. What I did find very confusing was that on the day of her actual birthday, I was told we were going to Laser Tag in Sheffield and I was to collect several of her friends on the way. After Laser we were taking them out for food and the girls will also receive party bags at the end! Now, forgive if I am wrong, but this sounds suspiciously like a child’s birthday party? I pointed this out to Bekah, but was ignored as usual, so I did what any self-respecting dad would do in that situation, I drove the kids to laser tag and systematically destroyed them all with the skills I developed playing Call of Duty on the Xbox. #winning

Last Christmas our youngest Florie was only nine months old and was quite ill over the festive period. In fact, we ended up in A and E with her, twice! This year not one of us fell to illness and we were able to enjoy the holidays with only the usual stressors: kids searching and finding Christmas presents, Florie deciding she does not require sleep to sustain her lifeforce, ya know, the usual… Bekah always goes above and beyond to make Christmas extra special. The thought she puts into every single detail is astonishing. From the decorations inside and outside the house, to the festive buffet that seems to last for a whole two weeks. Needless to say, I am festively plump (I was an adonis in November, shame). This year I asked family members who usually get me a gift to donate to Crisis instead. Crisis are a homeless charity and for £28 a homeless person can have a bed for the night and a Christmas dinner. I am happy to say that several people donated to Crisis on my behalf, meaning three people were able to eat Christmas dinner and stay warm for the day. Best present ever! I hope you all had a fantastic Christmas. Peace, love and positivity, Simon

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Garden Tips

Winter Garden Tips Words: Transition Chesterfeld Picture: Robert Nixon Betts

1. Many people put their plot to sleep for the winter. They clear out the vegetables that have finished in the autumn and leave it empty doing nothing until the spring. But it is still possible to leave some root crops in the ground, removing them when needed for the table. These include beetroot, carrots, parsnips and turnips. 2. Have you thought of covering your plot with a membrane? e.g. black plastic, weed control fabric or anything that removes light, perhaps even old carpet. This prevents weeds growing and much goodness leeching away out of the soil. 3. It is a good time to deep clean and sharpen all of the tools lying in the shed. A thin film of oil appropriately used is recommended for steel tools put away for the winter too. 4. Outdoor, sowing broad beans is still possible if you choose a hardy variety like ‘Super Aquadulce’. 5. If you have a greenhouse or windowsill it can give you a tremendous start to next year if, before the end of December, you sow such things as peppers (sweet & chilli), tomatoes & onions from seed. 6. This is the time of year to begin to plan for next year, send off for the new season’s seed and nursery catalogues. Some time can also be usefully spent looking through the hundreds of company websites and searching the internet to find interesting and new varieties. Don’t be over-ambitious though - only plan for plants where there’s space. 7. Winter is the best time to dig heavy ground, incorporating manure or compost. If you have a decent sized area, don’t try to do it all at once - you’ve got a good couple of months to finish it all. 8. Keep everywhere clear of debris, which can harbour diseases and harmful organisms. But try not to be too fussy; old logs and pile of leaves tucked away somewhere are excellent over-wintering spots for essential wildlife. 9. Reduce the watering of houseplants and mist them regularly to stop them drying out in the central heating. The ideal is to keep them clustered together in an unheated but light room. 10. Make leaf mould at this time. Although some leaves begin to fall in September, the time when the bulk of fallen leaves are available is at the end of November and into December. Make a clamp with four posts and chicken wire into a container, and put all of the leaves you can collect within it. This weed free soil conditioner is best spread on the ground later in the year. Transition Chesterfield are now able to take online orders and payment for potatoes and seeds for collection at their 2020 Potato Day (January 25th). There are 42 varieties of potato, sold by tuber number not weight, plus onion sets, shallots (both sold by weight), garlic (varieties suitable for late spring planting), plus pea and bean seeds. The website address is: (if you’re going to grow potatoes, start collecting egg boxes to chit the tubers in).

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On your own? Looking for new friends? Want to try new things? MULTI DAY Mon 20 Jan: Chesterfield Autojumble Market (Each Monday). New Square, Chesterfield. Thu 23 Jan: Chesterfield Flea Market (Each Thursday). Market Square, Chesterfield. Wed 29 Jan to Sat 1 Feb: The Snow Queen. Bolsover Drama Group’s pantomime for all the family. 7:15pm (Saturday matinee 2pm) at the Assembly Rooms, Bolsover. Tickets £8 (Conc £7) See Tue 4 to Sat 8 Feb: Guys & Dolls. A musical fable of Broadway by the performing arts department at Brookfield Community School. Tickets

JANUARY 2020 Fri 24: Holymoorside Film Club - Fisherman’s Friend (12a). Holymoorside Village Hall at 7:30pm. T: 01246 567118. Sat 25: 2020 Potato Day. 42 varieties of potato, sold by tuber number not weight, plus onion sets, shallots, garlic, plus pea and bean seeds. uk. See Gardening Tips. Sun 26: Chesterfield Artisan Market. 10am to 4pm @Market Square, Chesterfield. Sun 26: Covenant Service. 9:45am @Loundlsey Green Church, Pennine Way. Mon 27: Chesterfield RSPB Lecture. Wildlife Crime with PC Emerson Buckingham. 7pm at St Thomas Centre. T: 01246 201663.

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We are a local friendship group who meet on a weekly basis. Walks, meals out, badminton, cinema, tenpin bowling, theatre & more. Interested ? Text or call for a chat to find out more. Rose 01246 461499 Cynthia 07766618824 Rodney 07887794455

Wed 29: Chesterfield College Open Event. 4:30 to 7pm. Chesterfield College, Infirmary Road, Chesterfield.

FEBRUARY 2020 1 Feb: Brampton Food Market. St Thomas’ Centre, Chatsworth Rd. Sat 1: Free Family Film Evening. The Hall at Central Methodist Church, Saltergate from 4 to 7pm. Hot Dogs and Tuck Shop. All ages welcome. Sun 2: Worship4All Service Storrs Road Methodist Church led by Mr Tim Rossell. 10:45am with The Worship Group singing from 10.30am. All are welcome. Tue 4: Mellors & Kirk Valuation Day. St Thomas’ Centre, Chatsworth Road. 10am to midday. Wed 5: Chesterfield RSPB Midweek Walk. Somersall Lane car park at 9:30am. T: 01246 201663. Feb 6: Perfection In Imperfection Fran Buxton. Finding beauty within the overlooked. Chesterfield Embroiderers’ Guild. 7pm to 9pm at The Saints’ Parish Rooms, St Mary’s Gate. Fri 7: Make Your Own Gin Experience. 6:30pm to 9pm (Also Sat 8 Feb 2pm to 4:30pm) @Love Brewing, 292-294 Chatsworth Rd. To book call 01246 279382. Fri 7: Brampton Brewery Tour & Beer Tasting. Chesterfield 41 Club & Round table invite you down to learn more about the Brewery and work of the Round Table. 7pm at Brampton Brewery. T: Jon for details

Fri 7: Mellors & Kirk Valuation Day. Dronfield Hall Barn. Sat 8: Spital Cemetery Gardening Group. Meet at the Tool House. 10am to 12:30pm. New members welcome. Email: Sat 8: Girls' Night In 6pm The Hall, Central Methodist Church, Saltergate. Girls & ladies, all ages welcome. Food, talks & crafts. Sun 9: Tour of Spital Cemetery. Meet at bottom entrance on Hady Hill. Suggested donation of £5. 1 to 2 pm. Info & booking: Mon 10: NEDIAS talk “The industrial heritage of Langley Mill" by Robert Mee. 7:30pm St Thomas Centre, Chatsworth Rd. £3 visitors welcome. T: 01246 234212. Tue 11: Holymoorside Film Club Judy (cert 12a). Fri 14: Messy Church. 3:30pm to 5pm Storrs Road Methodist Church. “All You Need Is Love!” All welcome. Please book by 7 Feb. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. E: storrsroad. Fri 14: Valentine’s Day. No excuses not to show your love. Fri 14: Make Your Own Gin Experience. 6:30pm to 9pm (Also Sat 15 Feb 2pm to 4:30pm) @Love Brewing, 292-294 Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield. To book call 01246 279382. Sat 15: Creation Station Family Fun. Twit Twoo Owl Art. 10:15 to 11:30am at Walton St John’s.

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Sat 15: Family Fun Day. Activities and games for all ages. 10am to 1pm @ The Christdelphian Church, Sheffield Road. See advert. Sun 16: Chesterfield RSPB Minibus Trip. RSPB Titchwell, Norfolk. Meet at Ashgate Road car park at 7am. T: 01246 201663. Tue 18: A Walk Down Chatsworth Road Pt 1 by David Howes. Preceded by a brief AGM. Chesterfield & District Local History Society. 7:30pm @United Reformed Church, Rose Hill. Visitors welcome £3 Refreshments Wed 19: Messy Church. 9 to 11am in the Hall at Central Methodist Church, Saltergate. Free admission. Includes breakfast, Bible stories, craft activities, games and more. All children must be accompanied by an adult. All ages welcome. T: 01246 273317. Sat 22: Storrs Road Methodist church Anniversary Beetle Drive. 6:30pm with a pie & pea supper followed by the game. £7 per head. T: 01246 232169.

Sun 23: Storrs Road Methodist Church Anniversary Service with Chesterfield Christian Men’s Choir. 10:45 am. All Welcome. Sun 23: Chesterfield Artisan Market. 10am to 4pm @Market Square, Chesterfield. 26 Feb: Don Airey and Brian Downey at The Foundry Sheffield. Tickets £27.50 from 26 Feb: Creation Station Creative Crafters. Make a mosaic heart from recycled materials. 7:30pm to 9:30pm at Blu Bistro. Tue 25: Pancake Day Races Old Road For all ages. In the drive of The Gospel Mission Congregational Church starting at 6pm. Please arrive for 5:45pm. Entry free. Fancy Dress optional. Just turn up with a frying pan and register. Teams or individuals representing local businesses are welcome. E: for details. Fri 28: Holymoorside Film Club Downton Abbey (cert PG).


Fri 28: Make Your Own Gin Experience. 6:30pm to 9pm (Also Sat 29 Feb 2pm to 4:30pm) @Love Brewing, 292-294 Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield. To book call 01246 279382. Sat 29: Dementia Fund Raising Coffee Morning. 10am to 12:30 at Rose Hill United Reformed Church.

MARCH Sun 1: What is Lent ?’ It is certainly not just about dieting. Find out more at The Gospel Mission Congregational Church, Old Rd @10.45am. Mon 2: Honduras - Cloud Forest Kingdom by Jack Baddaams. Chesterfield RSPB Lecture evening at St Thomas Centre. T: 01246 201663. Tue 3: Mellors & Kirk Valuation Day. St Thomas’ Centre, Chatsworth Road. 10am to midday.

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Thu 5: Cogisant with Alison Wake. Painting with yarn. Chesterfield Embroiderers’ Guild. 7pm to 9pm at The Saints’ Parish Rooms, St Mary’s Gate.


Fri 6: Mellors & Kirk Valuation Day. Dronfield Hall Barn, Dronfield. 10am to midday.

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Sun 8: Tour of Spital Cemetery. Women theme on International Women's Day. Meet at bottom entrance on Hady Hill. Suggested donation of £5 welcome. 1 to 2 pm. Info & booking:

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Chesterfield Theatres 30 Jan Adult Panto: Peter Panties

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24 Jan Film: Star Wars - The Rise of the Skywalker

21 Jan Wait Until Dark

24 Jan Film: Little Women

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Jazz in the Bar: The Dizzy Club

30 Jan In Search of Mozart

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31 Jan Film: JoJo Rabbit

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31 Jan Film: 2040

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19 Feb California Dreamin’

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21 Feb The Carpenters Story

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14 Feb Film: Brooklyn

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28 Jan Time and Time Again

26 Jan EPW Wrestling 2020

31 Jan The Jive Aces - Big Beat Revue 1 Feb

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27 Feb Spotlight Comedy Club 29 Feb Crooked Spire Soul

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Ercol 3 Piece Suite: £375 Dark oak suite and footstool, upholstery just cleaned. T: 07498 456906 (Walton) Oak Chairs: £230 Four solid oak high kitchen chairs from Harrods. T: 07498 456906 (Walton) Single Bed & Matress: £60 Hardly used. Fabulous condition, buyer collects. T: 01246 272863 McCulloch Petrol Chain Saw: £35 Working condition. Petrol. T: 01246 206858 (Walton) Ladder Stabiliser/Stand Off: £35 Plus Universal roof hook. As new the pair. T: 01246 206858 (Walton) Hedge Trimmer: £20 Electric Usable condition T: 01246 206858 (Walton) Multiyork Sofa: £150 Comtemporary cream leather sofa. H80 x W175 x D97cm. T: 07767 824529 (Brookside) Loake Stitch Tan Size 8: £40 Tan burnished calf leather. Goodyear welted leather soles. Worn a few times but in good condition. Kept boxed. T: 07764 801080 (Brookside)

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Chesterfield Market: Call Chesterfield VIC 01246 345777 Staveley Support Group: User-led peer-topeer support group for people affected by mental health issues. Safe non-judgmental supportive environment. T: 01773 734989. Tots Café at St Thomas' Centre 9:45am (term time). Informal get together for parents/ carers. T: 01246 279916. StraightCurves Little Creatives: Mon & Fri 9:45 to 11am. For 2-4yrs olds with parents - for arty, crafty activity. T: 01246 807575. E: 104 Saltergate, S40 1NE. Yoga for all abilities. 9:45 to 11am & 11:15 to 12:30pm. Walton Village Hall, Walton. T: Karen 07930 338896 or E: Zumba. St John's Church, Walton Back Lane S42 7LT. 10-11am. £5 per session. Monkey Park Silver Social. Over Fifties Social Group. Pop in for a cuppa & a chat, take part in a wide range of activities & meet others in a warm friendly atmosphere. 10am to 12 noon. T: 01246 272345 (Excl. Bank Holidays). Welcome to the Light Cafe: 2nd Monday 10:30am to midday. Coffee, tea, cake & a chat. Free at the Christadelphian Church, 19a Sheffield Road, S41 7LR. Buggy walk in Queens Park 10:30am outside reception at Queens Park Sports Centre for 45 min stroll & drinks in centre cafe. Young at Heart (social afternoon) - all welcome. 1:30pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre. T: 07910 858267. Pilates with Dawn: 2 to 3pm. Calow Community Centre. All abilities welcome. £6 (first session half price). T: 07789773437 Storrs Road Hangout: 3 pm. A drop-in for a drink & toast after school for youngsters from Brookfield School. Storrs Road Methodist church. Table games. Term time. 1st Brampton Moor Brownies: Meet at Storrs Road Centre, starting 6pm (Term time). T: 01246 272678. Yoga 5:30 to 6:30pm. Parish Rooms, Stonegravels. £5 per session. T: Rachel 07850 055803 or E Queen's Park Tennis Club: 6pm at Queen's Park annex. T: Andrew on 07711 677315. Chesterfield Flight Basketball Club​: Under 12s (6 to 7pm); ​Under 14s Years 7, 8 & 9 (6 to 8pm) ​and Men's Open Scrimmage (8 to 9pm). ​Chesterfield College, Infirmary Rd, S41 7NG. Info: Andrea Mooney (​​​​0783 6591204)​ Badminton Club: New members welcome at this small, friendly Tupton club. Monday eve. E: for details. All ability yoga classes: Holymoorside Village Hall. 6 to 7:30pm. New to yoga? You are welcome. Experienced, qualified & fully insured. E: or FB: TwistedSpireYoga.

Bell Ringing: 7 to 9pm at St Peter & St Paul's Church, Old Brampton, S42 7JG. All ages (10+) and all faiths welcome. T: Sue on 07733 111366 or oldbrampton@derbyda. before your first visit. Monkey Park: Stand Up To Racism. 7 to 9.30pm (2nd Monday). Zumba Gold Toning class: at 7pm at Annunciation Catholic Church on Spencer Street £4. T: 07757 726239. Joan's Line Dancing: Beginners class: at Chester Street Club, Phoenix Suite, Chesterfield. 7 to 8:30pm. Admission £3. Just come along. T: 0750 669 5208. Aurora Ladies' Choir: 7:15 to 9:45pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre. T: 07810 892978. RSPB Chesterfield Local Group: 1st Mon 7:15pm St Thomas' Church Centre, Chatsworth Rd. Talks, refreshments, bird food sales. (Not Aug) T: 07971 000331 or 1st Brampton Moor Guides: 7:30 to 9pm at Walton St John's. Term time only. Contact on Karen 07718 475947. Chesterfield Operatic Society welcome new members. Amateur dramatic society - 2 musicals a year. Rehearsals 7:30pm at Abercrombie Street, S41 7LW. Member auditions T: 01246 208045. Lah di Dah Ladies' vocal harmony group. (not Bank Hols) 7:30 to 9:30 pm Walton Village Hall. T: 01246 260903. Guide Dogs Chesterfield: 3rd Mon 7:30pm at The Rose and Crown, 104 Old Road. New volunteers welcome. T: 07525 248740 E: or FB - Guide Dogs Chesterfield. Counsellor Support Group 7:30pm, every 6-8 weeks. Join a group of therapists for peer support. Call Stuart on 01246 200907 Text 07582 602427. Local meets - call for info. Badminton at Hasland Hall School Sports Hall. 7:30 to 9pm except school holidays. Call Margaret: 01246 235665 Staveley & District Churches United Choir. 7:30 to 9pm Brimington Congregational Chapel, S43 1HZ. T: Julie 01246 238143. Holymoorside Band Rehearsals: noncontesting band - plays a variety of concerts. All abilities. Mon & Fri 7:45pm URC, Holymoorside. T: 01246 566691 or Tramway Tavern Pub Quiz: 9:30pm. 25 questions to test your all round knowledge. 8 pints to the winner, free food for you to enjoy. Test yourselves while enjoying a choice of 8 real ales and premium beers.

Tuesday Chesterfield Spire Cycling Club: Tue & Thu 9.30am Wheatbridge Cafe, 36 Wheatbridge Rd. 30/60 miles. New riders welcome. T: 07734 506492. Music with Mummy: 9:30 to 11:30am @ West Studios, Sheffield Rd. Holy Communion: at 09:30am. Loundsley Green Church, Pennine Way.

Monkey Park: Dora Mental Health Café. 10am to 2pm. Chester Street. First Tuesday. Hardwick Probus Club: 4th Tue. Speakers & good company for retired professionals. 10am. The Olde House, Loundsley Green. 01246 567278. E: paulbroadhead1345@ Knit and Natter: 10am to 12:30pm at St Thomas' Centre. An informal gathering for people who enjoy doing craft. All ages, all abilities. T: 01246 279916. Thom's Blokes: 3rd Tue. 10am to noon. A meeting for men, talks, activities & regular outings. All men welcome. St Thomas’ Church Centre. T: 01246 231115. Tuesday Worship: St John's Church, Walton Back Lane. Join us for Tuesday Worship from 11:30am to 12:15pm, followed by lunch in the Church Centre (£3). E: office@ StraightCurves Crochet Clinic: 12:30 to 2:30pm Term Time & other times too! Develop your crochet skills - experienced tutor. E: T: 01246 807575. 104 Saltergate, S401NE. Badminton: Loundsley Green 1 to 3pm. T: 07944 366327. Tiger Tots: A stay & play baby/toddler group. 1:30 - 3pm (term time) Holymoorside Village Hall. £2 per family. Becky 07701 066801 Willow Tree Pilates: 1:30 to 2:30pm (term time). Cutthorpe Institute. All abilities welcome. T: 07773819663 E: laura@ Tuesday Whist: 2 to 4:30pm at Holymoorside Village Hall. T: 01246 568204. Chesterfield Railway Modellers: Tues afternoon 2pm and Thu eve 6pm at The Clocktower Offices (the old Staveley Works Head Office). T: 01246 234788. Spire Laughter Club: Above Dent's Chemists. Nenna Kind Cancer Drop In Centre 2pm. Yoga therapy with laughter - come laugh whilst improving your health. T: 01246 862790. Holymoorside Women's Institute: 2nd Tue - 2 to 4pm at the United Reformed Church Schoolroom, Cottonmill Hill, Holymoorside. New members welcomed. T: 01246 568360. TimeOut: Friendly community group 2 to 4pm at Storrs Road Methodist Church. Have a chat, cuppa, games, bring a craft, do a jigsaw, surf the net etc. T: 01246 274021.  Old Brampton & District WI: 2 to 4pm at Loundsley Green Church, Pennine Way. All welcome. T: 01246 239431. HNChelp, cancer support group: 2nd Tue. Olde House (excl Aug) 2 to 4pm. We welcome any one affected by head & neck cancer. or T: 07950 599869. Ashgate Hospice Cafe: Support for people who have been bereaved. 3 to 6pm. Monkey Park, Chester Street. All Ability Yoga: Friend’s Meeting House, Ashgate Road. 5:30 to 7pm. Experienced, qualified & insured. See Twisted Yoga Mon. Youth Theatre & Gekkota Arts: 6 to 8pm @ West Studios, Sheffield Rd.

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Brownies: 6 to 7:15pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre. T:07910 858267. Pilates: Matt based classes. 6 - 7pm, 7:10 8:10pm & 8:20 - 9:20pm. St John's Walton. All Levels. Equipment provided. T: 077202 58878. E: Chesterfield Flight Basketball Club: Flight Girls (6 to 7pm). ​​C​hesterfield College,​S41 7NG. Info: Andrea Mooney (​​​​0783 6591204) ​Chesterfield Flight Basketball Club: Under 14s Years 7, 8 & 9 (6 to 8pm). C ​ ​hesterfield College, S41 7NG. Info: See above. Yoga: 6:15 to 8:15pm. Cutthorpe Institute T: Helen Neale 07840 528703. Rheumatoid Arthritis Support Group: (1st Tue) 6:30 to 8pm,Community Room,Tesco Clay Cross. Guest speakers & social events. FB: NRAS Chesterfield (NRAS: National Rhuematoid Arthritis Society Charity). Inspirations Theatre Company: Amateur dramatics group. Juniors (age 6 to 16) St Thomas' Centre 6:30pm. Monthly fee. Free taster session. E: or M: 0758 463 5932. Pilates with Dawn: 6:30 to 7:30pm. Calow Community Centre. All abilities welcome. £6 (first session half price). T: 07789773437. Freehand Writer Group: New members welcome. Meets 2nd Tuesday in the month, 7 until 9 at Monkey Park Brampton. A nontutor led group. All ages and abilities. £2.50 per session. If interested, please email Yoga All Abilities: Friends Meeting House Chesterfield 7 to 8:30pm. 07791157672 - E: Chesterfield Town WI: 1st Tue - 7pm Chesterfield Studios, Rose Hill, S40 1LW. Fancy a giggle? Why not come and join?. Monkey Park: Spire Digital: 7pm. 2nd Tue. T: 01246 235815. Monkey Park, Chester Street. Dog obedience training: 7:15 to 8:45pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre. T: 07910 858267. Chesterfield & District Vegetable and Fruit Growers: 3rd Tue 7:30pm Committee Room, Holymoorside Village Hall. Share gardening experiences. T: 01246 569515 (Not Aug). TAI CHI: Authentic Wu Style Tai Chi.Taught by an authorised instructor. 7:30pm - 8:30pm Parish Centre, Stonegravels. E: sharon.wall@ T: 01246 273795. Chesterfield Gilbert & Sullivan Society Rehearsals: 7.30 to 9.30pm. Operatic rooms, 5A Abercrombie St, Chesterfield. S41 7LW. Spring, October & Christmas productions. New singers welcome. T: 01246 277669. Chesterfield Garland/Clog Dancers: 7:30 to 9:30pm at Methodist Church Hall, Jaw Bones Hill. New female dancers and wo/men musicians welcome. www. Chesterfield Cycle Campaign: Meetings 2nd Tue. Chesterfield Community Centre, off South Place near the coach station. 7.30pm. T: 01246 520820.

Chesterfield Symphony Orchestra: 7:309:30pm. Players of orchestral instruments invited. Brass, percussion & strings. Ashgate Croft School (term time). T: 07985 603423 Chesterfield Theatres: Tuesday Night Dances: Winding Wheel. 7:30 to 10.30pm. £4.85. General Knowledge Quiz: Rose & Crown, Old Road: Tuesday night - gallon of ale for the winner. Music quiz - last Sunday, plus rolling cash prize. Western Front Association: First Tuesday. Monthly speaker. Chesterfield Labour Club, S40 1NF at 7.30pm. Contact Jane 07825569240 for details. Tuesday Quiz Night at The Manor: 8:30pm. General knowledge - cash prizes plus Play Your Cards Right. T: 01246 277760.

Wednesday Yoga: 9:30 to 11:30am. Cutthorpe Institute. Helen Crawford 07904 638171. 9:30am (& 8pm) Piloxing: Fusion of boxing, Pilates & dance; 7pm Ballestics: Ballet inspired fitness. Have a BALL Dance Fitness. The Hall on the Green, Ulverston Rd, Newbold. T: Jayne on 07400 522771 or see FB: @haveaballdf. Monkey Park: Stay and Play: 10 to 11am. Monkey Park, Chester Street. StraightCurves Woolly Wednesdays: 10am to 12:30pm & 6:30 to 9pm. Bring any craft, have a good old natter - relaxed social craft session. E: T: 01246 807575.104 Saltergate, S40 1NE Qi Gong: 10 to 11:15am. Loundsley Green Comm. Centre T: 07910 858267. Nightingale Probus: 1st Wed 10am to 12 noon at The Olde House, Loundsley Green Road, Newbold. Activities - theatre trips, outings, lunches, walking & Scrabble etc. Call: 01246 450797. Eastwood Ladies Probus: 2nd Wed. 10am to midday at The Proact Stadium, Sheffield Rd. A varied programme of speakers, outings & lunches organised. For more info or wishing to join please contact 01246 272193. British History Class: 10:30am at Chesterfield Library. T: 01246 276800. Bereavement Support Group: Drop-in Coffee Morning. 2nd Wed. 10:30 to 11:30am Annunciation Church Parish Centre. Access through the car park entrance in Queen St. Stepping Out Bereavement Group: 11am to 12.30pm at Grace Chapel, New Square, Market Place. Widows talk freely about your spouse in a supportive environment. T: Elaine on 01246 567047 (2nd and 4th Wed). Move It or Lose It: Exercise for men and women over 60, who want to keep strong & active. Walton Evangelical Church 12: 30 to 1:30pm £5. Discount for block booking. T. 07957 566704 for info.(No class in August). Brampton Singers: St Thomas' Centre on Chatsworth Road 1 until 3 pm. No experience required! Call Karen Cook on 07759 375312 for more details.

Stay and Play: 1:3p to 3pm. Term time. Children and babies 0 to 5yrs. Loundsley Green Church. Monkey Park: Derbyshire Carers’ Group. 2nd Wed. 2pm. Drop-in support for carers. T: 01246 235815. Monkey Park, Chester St. Holymoorside Craft Group: 2 to 4pm in the Committee Room, Holymoorside Village Hall. Informal crafting group - papercraft, embroidery, knitting, sewing, drawing etc. T: 01246 569103. Excludes Jun, Jul & Aug. Walton Women's Institute: 4th Wed 2 to 4pm St. John's Church, Walton Back Ln. Book Group, Flower Arranging, Choir. Visitors & new members welcome. T: 01246 206467. Knit & Natter: 2 to 4pm at Costa coffee opposite Wilko and Tue 2 to 4pm Wetherspoons Bolsover, Pillar of Rock. No charge. All ages, all abilities, knitting and crochet, unfinished projects. Wednesday Family Evenings @ Maison Mes Amis: Kids Eat For Free! Choose from Mid Week Brasserie Menu. (Ts & Cs). 5 to 7:30pm. T: 01246 768789. 38th Chesterfield Beaver Scouts: 4:45 to 6pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre. T: 07870 671426. Music Workshop: 5 to 8pm, ages 11 to19, £3 p/p. Learn & develop vocal/instrument, digital music production & DJing skills at these open relaxed sessions. DCAS, Springbank Rd, 01629 533060. Dynamic Hatha Yoga Class: Fast paced varied & challenging, yoga style class. Friends' Meeting House, Ashgate Road. 5:30 to 7pm. Experienced, qualified & fully insured. Details see Monday event. Holymoorside Tennis Club: New members welcome. Club night 6pm and social tennis Sun/Tues 10am. T: 01246 566718. 38th Chesterfield Cub Scouts: 6 to 7:30pm. Loundsley Green CC. T: 07870 671426. Chesterfield Fairtrade Group: 3rd Wed 6.30pm in Chesterfield Town Hall. New members always welcome. Promoting Fairtrade. T: 01246 455178. Monkey Park: Gamers Network. 7 to 9.30pm. Chester Street. Chesterfield and District Soroptimists: 2nd & 4th Wed at Ringwood Hall Hotel 7.30pm. or T: 01246 209233. Joan's Line Dancing: Beginners class at Hasland WM Club, Hampton Street. 7:30 to 8:30pm. £3. T: 0750 669 5208. Jesterfield Juggling Club: 7 to 9pm at Walton Village Centre. Learn and share skills in all types of circus skills. £2/week adults & £1/ under 16s - welcome if accompanied. T: 07766 468 499 E: Zumba: 6 to 7pm at St John's Church Walton S42 7LT. £5 per session. T: 0781 449 5088. Brampton Ladies' Club: 7pm at Storrs Rd Methodist Church. Speaker or social activity. T: 01246 566435. Term time only. Willow Tree Pilates: 7 to 8pm. Barlow Village Hall. All abilities welcome. T: 07773 819663 E:

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Regular Events Article Free Voices Community Choir: The Friends Meeting House, Brockwell Lane - 7:15 to 9pm. A non-performing choir who sing for enjoyment. T: 01246 237937 or helend@ Quiz Night at The Chesterfield Arms. Newbold Road. Brampton Best Knitters: Come and meet for knitting, crochet, other handicrafts, a warm welcome and good company. £1 subs (optional). 7.30pm, Rose and Crown, 104 Old Road, Brampton. T: 07900 814715 for info. Bible Class: 7:30 to 8:30pm at Christadelphian Church 19a Sheffield Road. Topics for study and discussion. 38th Chesterfield Scouts: 7:30 to 9:15pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre. T: 07870 671426. HoneyBelles Ladies Choir: Rehearse at 7.45pm at St Mary’s Primary School, Cross Street. New members always welcome, no auditions. E:; FB: thehoneybelles Monkey Park: Digital Photography Club. 9.30am on the 2nd Wednesday.

Thursday Chesterfield Flea Market: Call Chesterfield Visitor Info Centre on 01246 345777/8 or Chesterfield Farmer's Market: Every 2nd Thu. Chesterfield Visitor Information Centre 01246 345774 or Fit and Fab Keep Fit Class: Gentle exercise class to music. 9:30 to 10:30am United Reform Church Holymoorside. All welcome. T: 0786 658 5575. Yoga: Mixed ability classes. Morning session 9:30-11am - £6. Evening session 7:30-9pm £33 for 6-week block. Loundsley Green Community Centre. T: 07792 978880. West Studios Choir: 10am to midday @ West Studios, Sheffield Road. Coffee Morning: 10am @ Rose Hill United Reformed Church. TAI CHI & Qigong: Gentle exercise for health and relaxation. 10am at Wingerworth Church Centre, Long Edge Lane. E: sharon.wall@ T: 01246 273795. Chameleon Sock Knitting: 10 til 1pm, £5 per session. Bring along your socks, share your expertise and your creations! Monkey Park: CAB community advice outreach. 10am to midday. Chester Street. All ability yoga classes: Friend’s Meeting House, Ashgate Road. 10 to 11:30am and 6 to 7:30pm. Details see Monday. Central Methodist Toddler Group: Saltergate. 10 to 11:30am (term time). For babies, toddlers, with mums, dads, grandparents or carers, offering drinks, snacks, toys & equipment. Donation £1.50 to cover costs. Chameleon ​Social Crochet: 10am to 1pm, £3 per session. ​Chameleon, 420 Chatsworth Road. T: 07526 455410.

Walking Back To Healthiness: Walking group meets at 10:30am at Holmebrook Valley Park, starting points may vary. To book 01246 345669. Rendezvous Group: 1st Thu. St Thomas' Centre, Chatsworth Rd. Seniors invited for activities & a light lunch. 10:30am to 1:30pm. £5 to cover costs. T: 01246 272333. Monkey Park: Book Club. 1 to 2pm. 1st Thu. T: 01246 235815. Monkey Park, Chester St. Monkey Park: Autism Drop In Session. 1 to 3pm. 3rd Thu. T: 01246 235815. Monkey Park, Chester St. Chit Chat Hub: 1:30 to 3:30pm at Loundsley Green Community Centre. Have a chat, laugh with likeminded people, play board games, quizzes, days & meals out. T: 07884 971443 Modern Line Dancing: Beginners Only 2 to 3pm commencing 10 January 2019 at St. Francis Community Hall, Boythorpe Road. £3 per class. Contact Joan: 07506 695208 Thursday Mixed Whist: 2 to 4:30pm at Holymoorside Village Hall. T: 01246 568204. Down Memory Lane. A social singing group for people living with dementia and their carers. 2 to 4pm. 2nd Thu at St John’s Church, Walton Back Lane. T: 01246 566205. Monkey Park: Crochet Club. 2 to 4pm. CAMEO (Come and meet each other): St John's Church, Walton Back Lane. 2 to 4pm on 3rd Thu. Come along & meet new friends over tea and cake. £1. T: 01246 236042. ArtBox. 5 to 8pm, ages 11 to 19, £3 p/p. A creative session for individuals who enjoy art. Explore subjects, materials & techniques. DCAS Springbank Rd, 01629 533060. Stop Breathe Yoga: £7.50 per session. 5:30 to 6:45pm & 7 to 8:15pm @ West Studios, Sheffield Road. Muy Thai: Martial arts training. 6 to 7:15pm. Loundsley Green CC. T: 07910 858267. Jog Derbyshire Group - Loundsley Green Community Centre. Group 1 (beginners ~ 3 miles) at 6pm Group 2 (4-5 mile routes) at 6:45pm. T: Rachel on 01246 229 547. Ichthus Canoe Club Chesterfield: Outdoor Thu 6pm Spring, Sum & Aut. Eve pool sess 1st Sat Sharley Park. Afternoon canal session 3rd Sat at Tapton Lock. www. T: 01246 274021. St John's Ambulance Chesterfield Quad Division: Storrs Road Methodist Church Term time. Badgers & Cadets (5 to 18 year olds) from 6pm. 18+ at 7:30pm. T: 01246 279132 or Comedy Night: First Thursday of the month at The Chesterfield Arms, Newbold Road. StraightCurves Book Club: 7 to 8pm 3rd Thu. Relaxed club for book lovers, more details see website. E: T: 01246 807575. 104 Saltergate, S40 1NE. Chesterfield E Townswomens' Guild: 2nd Thu of the month (except Aug). 2pm (Oct Mar) 7pm (Apr - Sep). The Friends’ Meeting House, Ashgate Road. T: 01246 455110. Two to Tango: Tango with Johana Pantera. The Riverside, Hollis Lane S41 7RE 7-8pm Beginners, 8-9pm Intermediates and 9-9.30pm Practica. All standards welcome.

The Rose Choir. ​Rehearsals 7​:​30​to 9:​30pm. No auditions. Just turn up. Chesterfield Studios, Rose Hill (term time only)​. Embroiderers' Guild Chesterfield Branch: 1st Thu. 7-9pm at The Saints Parish Centre, St. Mary's Gate, S41 7TJ.  T: 01246 275177. Chesterfield Caledonian Badminton Club: at St Andrews United Reformed Church Hall, Newbold Road. 7 to 9pm. New adult members welcome, male and female. T: 01246 569225. Brampton Community Band: Musicians welcome - join and play folk music. 7.15 to 9.15 pm at Old Hall Junior School, Old Rd., email: Chesterfield Photographic Society: Call Club T: Brian Davis 01246 275433. Inspirations Theatre Company: Amateur dramatics. Seniors (16+). St Thomas Centre 7pm.. Free taster session. M: 0758 463 5932 or E: The Orchard Contemporary Worship: 7:30 to 8:30pm Storrs Road Methodist Church. Monkey Park: Transition Chesterfield. 7pm. 2nd Thu. Monkey Park, Chester Street. T: 01246 235815. Chesterfield Philharmonic Choir: Practise at Ashgate Croft School, Ashgate Road from 7:15 to 9:30pm. T: 01246 202694. Yoga: Methodist Church, Hasland. 7 to 8:30pm. T: Rachel 07850 055803 or E: Walton Art Group: Term Time. 7.30 to 9.30 pm, meet at Walton Village Hall, Walton Back Lane. New members welcome. Call Sue on 01246 206721 or Rosie on 01246 568321. Holymoorside Choral Society: practise in Holymoorside from 7:30 to 9:30pm.  We sing a variety of music - new members welcome. Nerys Mansell 01246 569693. North East Derbyshire Field Club: 2nd Thu. Winter meets 7.30pm The Suite St Thomas’ Church Brampton. Summer outings and walks. T:01246 913374. Holymoorside Ladies Club: 7:45pm in Holymoorside Village Hall. Variety of speakers and activities. All welcome. Just £2.50. Term time. T: Anne on 01246 566789. Chesterfield Jazz Club: 3rd Thu. Jazz Night, 8pm Olde House, S40 4RN. Details & tickets T: 07764 587 258 or


Chesterfield Market: Call Chesterfield Visitor Info Centre T:01246 345777/8 or Parent & Toddler: All welcome. 9 to 11am. Loundsley Green Community Centre. T: 07910 858267. Brampton Walking Group: Meeting Room St Thomas’. Walk for fitness. 9:15am or 9:30am for community bus. T: Cath 01246 270532 for details. £5 per meet & annual fee of £10. StraightCurves Little Creatives: 9:45 to 11am. See Monday listing. TAI CHI & Qigong: Gentle exercise. 10am Wingerworth Church 01246 273795

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Alzheimer’s Society: Carer's Support Group. 2nd Fri. 10am to midday. The Pavillion, Queen’s Park. T: 01246 223366. Alzheimer’s Society: Memory Café. 4th Fri. 10am to midday. Rose Hill United Reform Church S40 1JN. T: 01246 223366. Holymoorside Crown Green Bowls Club: Free practice & tuition. 10am to midday. Refreshments provided. Info call Dennis 01246 566021. Hunloke Community Gardens Health Walk S40 2TF, 10:30am 60 min walk followed by refreshments and a chance to buy fresh produce from the garden. Monkey Park: Story reading. 10:30 to 11:15am. Term time only. Monkey Park, Chester Street. T: 01246 235815. Children’s Craft Workshops: Hands on activities for children aged 3-5 years. 11am and 2pm at Chesterfield Museum (Last Fri). Yoga for People Living with Cancer: Friends Meeting House Chesterfield 11:00am to 12:30pm. T: 0779 115 7672 or email: Short Lunchtime Service. 12:15pm at Central Methodist Church, Saltergate. Découpage: 1-3pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre 07910 858267. Knitting Group: Cutthorpe Village Hall 1:15 to 3:15pm. £1.50 Knitting, crochet, crossstitch, cup of tea & chat! T: 01246 620314. Chesterfield & District Parkinson’s Branch: 2pm (3rd Fri) St John’s Church, Walton Back Lane, Chesterfield. It’s a good social event and all Parkinson’s members are welcome. Queen's Park Tennis Club: 6pm at Queen's Park annex. T: Andrew on 07711 677315. 3rd Brampton Scout Group: Join the adventure for 6 to 14 year olds in the Beaver, Cub or Scout Sections. Fri eve during term time. St Thomas' Centre. T: 01246 567409. Youth Club: 6 to 8pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre T: 07910 858267. Chameleon Shady Ladies Knit and Natter: 6pm til close, £6 per session. Bring along your projects, have some fun and a cuppa with homemade cake! Friday Night Social Rides: A cycle tour with a theme. Apr to Sep - start 6:30pm from the Town Hall Steps. Bring a lock, lights & some cash for a drink. Typically 2 hours approx. 10 to 12 miles. FB: ChesterfieldFNR Chesterfield Flight Basketball Club: Under 12s (6:30 to 7:30pm). Newbold Outwood Academy, Highfield Lane S41 8BA. Andrea Mooney 07836 591204 amooney@ Monkey Park: Autism Acceptance Group. 7 to 9pm (3rd Fri) Chester Street. Kids Friday Club: (KFC) For primary age kids, games, crafts, quizzes, bible stories, songs, drinks & biscuits. 6:15 to 7:30pm @ Walton Evangelical Church. Term Time. Table Tennis Club: The Gospel Mission Congregational Church, Old Rd, Brampton. (term time). 7.30pm. £1 incl refreshments. Two's Company, jazz guitar duos. 1st Friday. 7:30pm. Venue varies. FB: twoscompanyguitar. T: 07980 491048.

Chesterfield Art Club: 2nd & 4th Fri. 7:30 to 9:30pm. Whitecotes School. £3. Worknights, Demos & Critiques. Visitors welcome. T: Julie 01246 237291. (Not Aug or Dec). Monkey Park: Poetry Night. 4th Fri. 8pm. Monkey Park, Chester St. T: 01246 235815. Fusion: (for years 7,8 & 9). Games, crafts, short talk, quizzes, tuckshop, drinks & biscuits. 8 to 9pm @ Walton Evangelical Church. Term Time. Holymoorside Band Rehearsals: Noncontesting band. All abilities - rehearsals Mon & Fri 7:45 to 9:45pm - United Reform Church, Holymoorside. Instruments available. or 01246 566691/568745 Badminton: 8:15pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre Call 07910 858267. The Manor: Friday Live Music. 9pm. T: 01246 277760. Shakes ‘n Ladders: 7 to 10pm Storrs Road Methodist Church. A drop-in Board Game Café. For all ages. Come & play some board games, make new friends and have a drink.


Newbold Community Football Training: Badger Playing Fields, Newbold Back Ln, S40 4HG. 9:30/11:30am. For boys & girls of all abilities. 5 to 15 yrs. FA qualified coaches, 1st aiders, drinks/snacks. T: 01246 721940. Writing for Wellbeing: 1st Sat 10:30am to 12:30pm Chesterfield Library. No writing experience necessary. Book at eventbrite. (Writing for Wellbeing, Chesterfield) Chesterfield Market: Market Square, Chesterfield. Dr Bike Cycle Repairs: Just pay for the parts used. 1st Saturday. Queen’s Park north car park 9:30am until 1pm. Mar to Oct. West Studios Saturday Opening: 10am to 1pm. Enjoy a coffee, browse the Gallery Shop & latest exhibitions. Parking available. Coffee Morning: 1st Sat of month. 10:30am to midday. Come to Holymoorside United Reformed Church for a coffee and a chat. Free but donations welcome. Mystery Objects: A range of objects to identify 10am to 4pm. Chesterfield Museum. StraightCurves Untutored Life Drawing: 10am to 12.30pm (3rd Sun). Practise your skills without being overlooked - relaxed untutored session. E: info@straightcurves. T: 01246 807575. 104 Saltergate. Muy Thai: Martial Arts training for adults 10 to 11am followed by kids 11am to midday. Bolsover T: 07910 858267. Back to Netball: Have fun & get fit with over 14s. 10 to 11am Loundsley Green Comm Centre. All ages can play if supervised. £2.50 1st free. T: 0785 422 4932. Coffee Morning: 10:30am to midday. Loundsley Green Church, Pennine Way. Monkey Park: Children's Club. Free clubs. 1st Sat Lego, 2nd Sat Board Games, 3rd Sat Tech Club (Over 8s must be booked) & 4th Sat Art. Monkey Park, Chester Street.


Church Services: 9am Holy Communion & 10:45am for All Ages. Refreshments after both. St John's, Walton Back Lane. Worship at Storrs Road Methodist Church every Sunday morning 10:45am; Evening Worship 1st & 3rd Sunday at 6:15pm. Morning Worship. Children's groups & crêche. 10:45am at Central Methodist Church, Saltergate. Chesterfield Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM): 9:30am - car park at Sainsbury’s (Rother Way) Guidance sessions for IAM associates, info & taster sessions. First Sun & following Sat. T: 01246 488750. Sunday Worship: 9:45am. Loundsley Green Church, Pennine Way. Queen's Park Tennis Club: 10am at Queen's Park annex. T: 07711 677315. Sunday Lunch Club: Midday to 3pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre, Cuttholme Road. A community project nominal charge. Check for dates - booking essential. T: Barbara May 01246 563126. Elder Yard Unitarian Chapel Services: 2nd Sunday at 3pm. Elder Way, S401UR. Washington Whirligig Jazz Band: 1st Sun. The Rose & Crown. 4pm and 6pm. Sunday Service. 2nd and 4th Sunday. Varied styles of worship. 6pm at Central Methodist Church, Saltergate. See FB or Gospel Hour: 6pm Christadelphian Church, 19a Sheffield Rd, Chesterfield. Last Sunday in the month at 10:30am. No evening service. A Service of Holy Communion: 6pm. Loundsley Green Church (2nd Sunday). Holymoorside Rainbow Whist: Holymoorside Community Centre. 7pm every 2nd and 4th Sunday. £2.50 per session. All welcome. Contact: Suzanne Shaw 01246 278778. The Way: Walton Evangelical Church for those with learning difficulties & their carers. Refreshments 3pm. Followed by a talk, games, quiz, singing. All welcome. 1st Sun.

Multiday & Flexible Chesterfield Young Ramblers: Walking group, at times to suit people of working age. Email: 2nd Brampton Scout Group: Join the adventure for 6 to 14 year olds. Mon: Beavers (6 to 8 years), Thu: Cubs (8 to 10) & Fri: Scouts (10 to 14). Term time. T: Val Richards on 01246 230199 or Zumba Gold: Fitness For 50+ Tue & Thu at 10am & 11am plus Wed 11am. Chester St Club Friendly classes only £3.50 TONING after the 11am Thu class: Zumba with weights (50p extra). T: 07757 726239. Monkey Park: Talk Works Counselling. Support with life's difficulties. £20 to 30 per hour - income based. T: Brenda 0778 4881840.

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