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Issue no. 66 - Summer 2015 Cover photography courtesy of Ian Jones

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Welcome to the Summer edition of S40 Local.

The school holidays have started and so has the rain! As always its been a busy few weeks at S40 HQ. In this edition, we have an article giving us an insight into ‘Chesterfield in 1915’ one year into World War 1, an introduction to Geocaching, a few of my favourite Peak places, Chatsworth Road Festival news, Retail Awards, an update from Destination Chesterfield, news from Bespoke Bartender, a short piece about Wasp Nest Brickworks, fabric creations from InSPIREation 21 and all the usual stuff… Andy Woodward wishes to pass on his thanks to all those people who attended the Britannia Bash.

"A quick thanks to all those who attended this year’s Britannia Bash: Party in the Park, and an especially big thank you to all those musicians, stall holders and helpers who made it possible. Another great day of music, fun and fundraising which seemed to go down really well with the thousands who attended and raised much needed funds for the Sonia Rayner Family Trust. Will we be back again next year? Watch this space."

Also thanks to Kay for pointing out that anyone wanting to see the musical 'London Road' reviewed last month can catch it at the Pomegranate Theatre. ‘London Road’, will be shown on Sunday 13 September at 7.30pm, and Monday 14 September at 11am. Details of the Pomegranate Screenings are at pomegranate-screenings and shown each month in S40 Local’s theatre listings. West Studios is hosting the National Citizen Services (NCS) over the holidays and the teenagers involved are developing a campaign in support of breastfeeding. Deynah from the group explained "we are tackling the controversy of breastfeeding in public and the stigma attached to it through our campaign 'Breast Fed Up'. We’ll be tackling social media and producing window signs for on board local businesses to stick in their windows, so Mums can see where they are welcome to breastfeed. By doing this we hope to remove the taboo of breastfeeding in public places." Check out what they are doing on Facebook 'Breast fed up' or twitter @ breastfedup. Don't forget to let me know about any events or news from the area.

The next edition will cover all the events of the Chatsworth Road Festival, which runs from 1 to 4 October! So get the date in your diary and book your advert if you have an event! Have a great holiday. Paul.



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Geocaching: The International Treasure Hunt on Our Doorstep Words: Nicola Chapman Pictures: Paul Chapman

Geocaching, if you haven’t heard of it, is where, with the right technology, you can search for hidden stashes. Armed with a set of coordinates and/or tracking device, you search out a hidden container or cache, which might hold ‘goodies’ to trade! A massive digital treasure hunt.

My only experience of this was whilst walking with a group of friends we tracked down a couple of geocaches along the way. The kids really enjoyed searching and swapping treasures, but what amazed me was the prolific numbers of caches, and how they were hidden in places you’d normally just walk by. Sebastian Swallow is 9 and is interested in geocaching. I went to talk to Sebastian to find out more about it and how to get started and from our spot on Chatsworth Road my phone was highlighting around 20 geocaches in a ½ mile radius of our spot – hidden treasure and challenges so close to home.

Sebastian explained “You need a GPS (Global Positioning System) or a phone and you have to sign up to a geocaching website like or They’re free for basic membership, but if you get hooked you can join up for premium membership and get more involved. From the site you either obtain coordinates for your GPS or download the app to your phone, which you use to pinpoint geocaches.” “Once set up with the technology, to go geocaching you’ll need your device, a pen to write down your visit on the geocache log and some small items to swap for the other items in the geocache, such as moshi monsters, match attack cards, keyrings, party bag toys.” One we visited had the old French francs in which were quite cool!” “The caches vary from basic caches - plastic boxes hidden away, to micro or nano caches more difficult to identify and perhaps disguised, so unless you know what you’re doing you might find these a bit tricky.”

“There are rules about what you can and can’t leave – no food, liquids, hazardous items, promotional or commercial products or batteries”. Sebastian has even set his own geocache with his Dad “It’s a traditional cache. Before Page 4

we could place the cache we had to get permission from the land owner, the National Trust, and explain where the cache was going to be sited – they checked the area and phoned us to let it know it was a good location, but to be careful of the Adders! “We then submitted the cache to the website to get it registered online. Since we’ve put it there we’ve had over 50 people register their visit to the cache online.”

For some people the thrill is about being the first to the new cache (ftf apparently, first to find), Sebastian explained “when we set the geocache it was the middle of winter and it went live one evening. By 9pm someone had logged their visit, the next was at 5am the next morning, the second a rather disappointed enthusiast, up so early but not the first to the new cache at Curbar Edge.” For regular geocachers, some caches contain trackables, GPS enabled items that geocachers follow online. If you do go geocaching as a bit of fun, and find a trackable, it’s not geocaching good manners to remove a trackable, unless you’re going to move it to a new cache quickly… the ideal scenario for a trackable is for it to be placed in a new cache, hopefully some distance from the previous cache and to be replaced within 2 weeks. “I was really excited when I realised a trackable had been left in my cache at Curbar Edge, it had originated in Orlando, Florida, where we’d recently visited for a holiday, so we rushed up to my cache, removed it and then took it to Calke Abbey, where we placed it in a new cache.” “As a family we like spending time outdoors and in the countryside and we can combine that with geocaching and I like the challenge of the find.”

So if you’re looking for a new hobby or trying to get the kids more interested in the outdoors and keep them entertained on a walk, perhaps do a bit of research and give geocaching a go… Sebastian would recommend it, and you don’t have travel very far to get started!

Pictures (clockwise): Sebastian and his handheld GPS; showing the way to go; the cache is found; book signing; mixing a walk in the country side with Geocaching.

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Tuesday 8th September 8pm: The Theory of Everything (True Life Drama, Cert 12A) The extraordinary true story of renowned astrophysicist, Stephen Hawking, played by Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne.

Friday 25th September 7.30pm: What We Did On Our Holiday (Comedy Drama, Cert 12A) Divorcing couple away with their children, causing extra tensions with emotional and hilarious results. Memberships available & guests welcome. Holymoorside Village Hall, S42 7DX Membership details & info at or Tel. 01246 567118 / 01246 861997


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Saturday 12 September 11am to 1pm

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Saturday 1 August

Friday 14 August

Saturday 15 August

Queen's Park Cricket: Chesterfield v Lullington Park in the Derbyshire Premier Cricket League.12.30pm

Queen's Park Cricket: England v Australia u-19 One Day International. Crème de la crème of the two countries in an u-19 Ashes match - no admission charge BBQ and refreshments including Golden Bud on sale.

Chesterfield Cats Protection: Summer Fair: Rose Hill United Reformed Church (next door to the Church Hall) - near the Town Hall - 10.00 am to 2.30 pm, free entry. Refreshments, tombola, raffle, games, cake stall, home-made crafts, plants, CP merchandise, bargains galore! T: 01246 802 919.

Sunday 2 August Brass In Queen’s Park: Matlock Band. The sound of brass in Queen’s Park. 2-4pm, weather permitting.

Sunday 9 August Brass In Queen’s Park: Chapeltown Silver Band. The sound of brass in Queen’s Park 2-4pm, weather permitting.

Sat 15 to Thurs 27 August Exhibition ARTISTIC LICENCE: InSPIREation21 are a group of like-minded textile artists from in & around Chesterfield and they will be holding their 7th bi-annual exhibition at Cromford Mills, Mill Lane, Cromford, Matlock DE4 3RQ. Open 10am to 4pm daily. For details please contact 01246 568228.

Queen's Park Cricket: Chesterfield v Swarkestone in the Derbyshire Premier Cricket League start 12.30pm Afternoon tea and Crafts 2.30 to 5 pm at Storrs Road Methodist Church and Centre, Upper Moor Street. Cost of tea incl home made sandwiches & cakes, scone with jam & cream etc. £4. Sale of plants, cakes, cards, jewellery, preserves, hand sewn fabric crafts.

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Valuation Days Chesterfield Tuesday 11 August 10am to 1pm St Thomas’ Centre Chatsworth Rd, Brampton Chesterfield, S40 3AW Free specialist auction valuations of antiques, collectables, jewellery & medals.


What’s On Saturday 15 August Behind the Scenes at Chesterfield Museum Visit the museum’s onsite store room and find out how a museum preserves its collection for future generations. 01246 345727

Sunday 16 August Brass In Queen’s Park: Ireland Colliery Band. The sound of brass in Queen’s Park - 2pm to 4pm, weather permitting. A Service of Thanksgiving to Commemorate the 70th Anniversary of V J Day will be held at The Gospel Mission, Congregational Church, Old Rd. {Nr. Serpent Motors ). The Act of Worship which begins at 10.45am will be led by Major Les Taylor from The Salvation Army . If anyone has any memorabilia from VJ Day please bring it along to the service.

Monday 17 to Friday 21 August Queen's Park Cricket: Week of community coaching by Derbyshire Cricket Board for boys and girls contact Richard Wood on 07841 759315 for details.

Mon 17 August Seed Saving workshop: Alan Booth (a local Seed Guardian for Garden Organic's Heritage Seed Library) Talk & demo to cover "Why save seed?', 'Basic botany for seed savers', 'preserving varieties' and 'seed storage'. Free, no need to book. 7-9pm. The Saints Parish Centre, Saint Mary's Gate, S41 7TD. More info please contact 01246 239289/07544 566560 or go

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Saturday 29 August

Parkinson's UK Chesterfield & District Branch: Monthly Branch Meetings. Speaker from Bristol. 2pm to approx. 4pm at St. John's Church Centre Walton Back Lane, Chesterfield

Queen's Park Cricket: Chesterfield v Dunstall in the Derbyshire Premier Cricket League. 12.30pm

Saturday August 22 North Derbyshire Field Club Visit to Dukes Wood, Eakring. Oil Museum and Wildlife Reserve. Meet at Pennine Way car park for 10.30am & bring picnic.

Sunday 23 August Queen's Park Cricket: Chesterfield v Ticknall in the Derbyshire Premier Cricket League. 12.30pm

Tuesday 25 August Hardwick Probus Club (Chesterfield): ‘New England in the Fall and other American Adventures’. Speaker Bob Gellatly. The Olde House Loundsley Green. 10am. Contact Paul Broadhead on 01246 567278 or 07912 258674/

Sat 29 to Mon 31 August Display of World War 2 Memorabilia: August Bank Holiday. To commemorate the end of the war. 1-4pm at Holymoorside United Reformed Church, Holymoorside. Refreshments served

Sunday 30 August GrouseFest returns to The Grouse, Brampton on Bank Holiday Sunday 30th August with 11 of the region’s best musical acts joining forces to raise funds for Ashgate Hospicecare at the annual rock festival.

Monday 31 August Queen's Park Cricket: All day charity fund raising Six-a-side Competition featuring local clubs in partnership with Ashgate Hospice - no admission charge - BBQ and refreshments including Golden Bud on sale.

Wednesday 2 September Holymoorside Horticultural Society: Patrick Harding - Scilly Isles. Starts 7:30pm. Refreshments. URC Meeting Room, Holymoorside. T: 01246 568000 / 01246 569059.

Tuesday 28 July Sat 5 & Sun 6 Sept St Helen’s Local History Society Exhibition and Open days: 11am4pm at The Hadfield Suite, Parish Centre Stonegravels, 91 Sheffield Road, Chesterfield. Free.

Saturday 5 September Brampton Food Market 10am1.30pm St Thomas’ Centre. S40 3AW. T: 01246 279916. E: /

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Holymoorside Horticultural Society: 2015 Open Autumn Show. Flowers, Vegetables, Floral Art, Dahlias, Chrysanthemums, Gladioli, Children's Classes, etc. 2.30-4.30pm Holymoorside Village Hall. Schedules avail from village shop. 01246 569059 / 01246 568000.

Parkinson’s UK Chesterfield & District Branch Monthly Meeting. Social Event with Parkinson’s Groups from Bakewell & Ashbourne. St John’s Church Centre, Walton Back Lane, Chesterfield. 2pm.

Parkinson's UK Chesterfield & District Branch: Quiz Night. 7.30 pm at Club Chesterfield. Includes pea & pie supper only £8. All proceeds to Parkinson's UK Chesterfield & District Branch. Tickets available from Anne Thompson on: 01246 566448

Sunday 6 September ‘Back to School’ All Age Worship at The Gospel Mission Church, Old Rd. 10.45am. We invite children of school age from infants to sixth form. Especially those starting at a new school, college or university. Queen's Park Cricket: Chesterfield v Eckington in the Derbyshire Premier Cricket League. 12.30pm Brass In Queen’s Park: Phoenix Concert Band. Queen’s Park. 2-4pm, weather permitting.

Tuesday 8 September A talk about restoring civic pride in Chesterfield, starting with streets. Eyre Chapel. 7:30pm. Chesterfield & District Civic Society: Contact Yvonne Williamson (01246) 566509 for more info. Derbyshire Wildlife Trust: 7.30pm at the Annunciation Church Parish Centre, Spencer St, Chesterfield, S40 4SD. Talks monthly. Pedestrian access from Queen St. £2.50 incl. refreshments; Under 16s free. Everyone welcome. Call Angie: 01246 236930 for information.

Monday 14 September Chesterfield Diabetes Group – ‘Diabetes In-Patient Care’ Speaker: Nicky Kemp & Jill Turner, Diabetes In-Patient Nurses. Colin Barnsley talk on “Five generations of knife making by the River Don”. North East Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology Society. 7.30 at St. Thomas’ Church Centre, Chatsworth Road, Brampton. Visitors welcome. Info & programme from Cliff 01246 234212.

Sunday 20 September Shoebox Campaign Launch at The Gospel Mission, Congregational Church, Old Rd. (Nr. Serpent Motors) at 10.45am. The 2015 campaign to ensure that children in poor countries have something to smile about on Christmas Day gets underway today !

Tuesday 22 September Hardwick Probus Club (Chesterfield): Polio, Roosevelt & The March of The Dimes’. Speaker Dr Rod Amos. ‘Meet at The Olde House Loundsley Green at 10am. T: Paul Broadhead on 01246 567278 or 07912 258674 or email:

Friday 25 September Messy Church at Storrs Road Messy Church. The theme is ‘God made it Good’. A fun afternoon of crafts, games, worship and food. For all ages but children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. 3:30 to 5:30pm - to book (to assist catering and craft items) please email storrsroad. or T: 01246 274021 by 18th September.

Sunday 27 September Harvest Festival Service at Storrs Road Methodist Church. 10.45am The Worship Group will be singing from 10.30am. Donations for the Food Bank would be appreciated.

Monday 28 September

Thursday 1 October Chatsworth Rd. Festival Photographic Competition Exhibition at The Gospel Mission Congregational Church, Old Rd. (Nr. Serpent Motors) between 6.00pm and 8.00pm. The competition is open to all children and teenagers of school age. The Mayor and Mayoress of Chesterfield will view the entries and light refreshments will be available. For further details or an entry form please e-mail:

Saturday 3 October Brampton Food Market 10am to 1.30pm at St Thomas’ Centre, Chatsworth Rd, S40 3AW. T: 01246 279916. Email: admin@ or www.

Sunday 4 October Harvest of the Community at The Gospel Mission Congregational Church, Old Rd. (Nr. Serpent Motors) at 2.30pm. Following the All Age Service at about 3.20pm there will be refreshments and the winners of the Chatsworth Rd Festival Photographic Competition will be announced. To conclude the Harvest Festival, an auction of gifts from the Harvest Table will be held in aid of Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.

Brampton Living History: ‘Turmoil, Taxes and Turnpikes’ Speaker: John Hawkins. Cost £2. Meet at 7:30pm, St Thomas’ Centre, Brampton.

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Youth Theatre Summer School Summer School Performance: Before the Box Jekyll and Hyde Chesterfield Theatres Open Day Agatha Christie's A Murder is Announced In Conversation - Saltergate Chatter Jazz: Nicola Farnon You're Never Too Old Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs Pantomime Dance Auditions

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RSC: Othello (Cert TBC) FILM: The Look of Silence (15) FILM: Slow West FILM: Song of the Sea (PG) FILM: Phoenix (12A) FILM: Amy (15) FILM: Queen and Country (15)

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Winding Wheel 23 Aug 10 Aug 12 Aug 17 Aug 17 Aug 18 Sep 25 Sep

Wedding Fayre David Noton Photography Bobby Socks and Blue Jeans Bay City Rollers Spotlight Comedy Club Crooked Smile Award Oh! Carol Dean Friedman - In Concert Tuesday Night Ballroom Dancing

Every Tuesday, dancing in the ballroom with Ken and Hazel Shelton. The Winding Wheel. Tickets ÂŁ4.85, Available at the Box Office/on the night. Bar Open.

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Places in the Peak to while away the hours... A few of my favourite Peak District spots. Words: Paul Chapman Pictures:


ith the kids being off school, I thought I'd share a few of my favourite places in the Peak District in case you're stuck for somewhere to visit during the holidays... just don’t all go at once or we'll spoil the peace and quiet

The nearest and one of the best is Curbar Edge. You can park at the National Trust (NT) car park and walk along the fabulous edge taking in views the Derwent Valley, and if you look over your shoulder you're treated to views of Chatsworth.

If you’re on two wheels you can park at Longshaw estate and cycle to the Wooden Pole, across the road to the White Edge Lodge (a NT holiday cottage), then make for the A625 for a few hundred metres before starting the bridleway climb along Froggatt and Curbar Edge. Descend to the car park and enjoy cake and hot drinks from Jollies before a short climb and descent back… you can extend this route along Baslow Edge if you like, or to add a bit more height, park in Baslow and climb up Bar Road. I know this is more or less a there and back ride but with the views it’s not a bad one! If you’re after a nice mellow stroll then Padley Gorge is a great place to explore. Park at Longshaw Estate (where the car park has recently been improved) and head off across the road and through the woods to the West of The Fox House before turning left and meandering along the side of the stream round Bole Hill before heading for the Grindleford Page 16

café for hot chocolate and baked beans on toast. Here you can admire all the rules on the numerous signs that adorn the cafe walls… “don't ask for mushrooms as we don't sell them” etc... You can also watch the trains as the exit Totley Tunnel before making your way back via the Quarry, Granby Wood and the Pond… with possibly another hot chocolate at Longshaw Lodge if it’s still open! Old railway lines make great cycling choices when converted and the Monsal Trail has to be one of the greatest attractions locally. The old tunnels opened up in May 2011 and gradually climbing from Coombs Road, Bakewell to Blackwell Mill at Topley Pike the trail runs for about 7 miles each way. Not far from the start at Bakewell is Hassop Station Café, where you can eat cake, hire a bike or buy a book. The cafe opens later into the evenings in the summer and being so close it’s good to get there out of hours to avoid the busy days on the trail. Take the kids on their bikes… as a rule of thumb and to keep them keen to cycle, restrict their early rides to distances in kilometres no greater than their age! This way they can do it and you won’t have to push them back!

Fancy a scramble on the rocks? Just across the road from Longshaw Estate is Mother Cap, Grey Millstone Quarry and Over Owler Tor. A great place to scramble, stroll, enjoy the views and take a picnic. Walk back along Millstone Edge to the car park with great views into Hathersage Valley, sit down on the rocks at the corner of surprise view and soak it up.

I think Castleton, Winnats Pass and Mam Tor is about as close as you can get to a mountainous area within 25 miles of the Spire. I love the Mam Tor ridge in winter covered in snow and lit by winter sun but it’s not too bad in the summer either! Park at the car park just out Pictures show: Opposite - looking down Winnats Pass; of Castleton and take a walk up the broken road below - Monal HEAD viaduct on the Monsal Trail; middle view across Mam Tor Ridge; bottom - Ladybower. abandoned in 1979 after numerous attempts to patch it up and keep it open. The cracks and slabs of tarmac show the movement that has taken place in just the 36 years. Once at the top continue up to the ridge then along to Back Tor and Lose Hill before taking the path across the fields to Castleton. This one is a long and tough walk but well worth it for the views over into the Edale Valley. Next up I focus on Ladybower. A 30 minute drive away and you can park up at Fairholmes or Cutthroat Bridge, name taken from a murder that took place there 400 years ago. From the car park a hike up across the moor takes you to a point where four paths converge just below Whinstone Lee Tor and a great view can be taken in of the Upper Derwent Valley and the reservoirs. There are plenty of options for cycling if you park at Fairholmes with a route round the reservoirs with the kids up to Slippery Stones (a fantastic place for a picnic) or the classic MTB route taking in Derwent Moor ( I can remember this being a 12” wide ribbon of single track), Yorkshire Bridge, Aston, Hope Brink, Hope Cross, Rowlee Bridge Farm and back through Lockerbrook… one of my favourite routes in the Peak. A few great spots to experience the best that the Peak District has to offer on foot and on two wheels. Enjoy.

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Thursday 1 to Sun 4 October 2015

In the next edition (Autumn) we'll be bringing you the schedule of the 100+ events being laid on for the Chatsworth Road Festival, which runs over a shorter period this year from Thursday 1 to Sunday 4 October. To whet your appetite here's new of a typical event and we're telling you about a couple of competitions so you can do a bit of preparation!

EVENT: Manuel Delaflor Exhibition

"Nature is always interpreted, it doesn't matter if we are aware of this fact or not. Some people think that pictures are better left alone, but that's a mistake. It ASSUMES that the camera does not compose, that arbitrarily selecting some photons from a certain perspective is not creating an abstraction on its own. I beg to differ." Internationally renowned, Manuel Delaflor describes himself as Dreamographer and his photography takes inspiration from a whole range or areas, he edits and manipulates his photograpy (shown above) to stunning effect. During the festival his work will be on display in the Peacock at 412 Chatsworth Road. Be sure to call in for a drink, take a look at his interesting and varied work and perhaps buy one for the walls at home.


As part of the festival fun a few businesses have arranged competitions, so gather your trash and charge your camera to get those entries ready...

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CROWN DECORATING CENTRE: Trash to Treasure Competition

Crown Decorating Centre are encouraging you to create an upcycle 'trash to treasure' project of any kind using materials of your choice. If your entry is too large to transport you can enter by photograph - the entrant MUST be pictured in a 'before' and 'after' photo with the item. So 'get creative' and get in touch for an entry form: 01246 563857, (terms and conditions apply). Entries accepted from 30 September until 9am on Sunday 4 October.


Be in with a chance of winning a camera with your photo themed 'Our World' Categories: 7 and under; 8-11 year olds and 12-18 year olds. Deadline for entries is 29 September 2015. Colour or black & white photos accepted. Please contact: Chris Townsend at the Gospel Mission, for more details and an entry form.

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Chesterfield 1915. One year of war. Words: Trevor The Ink Picture: Ernest A Smith via On August 4th 1914 a crowd gathered in the market outside Chesterfield Post Office, waiting till after midnight for official news. The hope was that Germany would agree to the British ultimatum and keep its troops out of Belgium: but instead messages arrived confirming that war had been declared and issuing mobilisation orders. “Union Jacks, Union Jacks all the way”

Over the next few days soldiers and sailors on leave and men of the reserve headed to the railway stations - there were three in Chesterfield then - and travellers noticed some tearful scenes on the platforms as the men parted from their families. By coincidence Chesterfield's own volunteer territorials unit, the 6th battalion Notts and Derby (Sherwood Foresters) was already in uniform, having been away for its annual two weeks' training at a seaside camp near Scarborough. They were hurriedly brought back, and, after a couple of nights home with their families, assembled on Monday 8th at the Drill Hall by the Ashgate Road allotments. From there the 970 men marched (with officers on horseback) down Saltergate and Glumangate and through the town centre, led by a band playing Tipperary and cheered by the townsfolk, before trudging south for more training. “It was a case of Union Jacks, Union Jacks, all the way; thronged villages of cheering people” wrote one soldier. Nationally and locally the call went out for more volunteers to join the forces, and right through the year men could be seen going to the Drill Hall to sign up, often alone but sometimes in groups actually marching down the centre of the road. Chesterfield men joined all sorts of regiments, and of course the Navy, and during the year recruiting teams from various military units had success in the town. But the men going to the Drill Hall were aiming to join the Sherwoods where they would become members of the new 2/6th battalion. Like the men already in the territorials at the beginning of the war (the 1/6th battalion), they were shipped elsewhere for more training: the 2/6th went to Dunstable, the 1/6th to Harpenden (where they are reported to have drunk the local inns dry). Page 22

“I’ll take three, bless’em”

This outflow of men was balanced by people coming to town because of the war. One source consisted of war refugees from Belgium, often families with children. These were taken in by local families where possible, rather than putting them in lodging houses. “I'll take three of them, bless 'em.” said one lady; “My husband has gone to the front, and I've got three lads to keep, but I can find room for three poor Belgian children, bless 'em”. Charity events were held to raise funds to support the refugees, with local schools leading the way with regular concerts for the Belgian Distress Fund and arranging collections of clothes and other necessities: kids looking after kids. Two other children arriving in town were Alick and Cecil Seals, the 14 year old twin sons of the manager of the Portland and the Angel Hotels. They’d been apprenticed in a Vienna hotel. When war started they ran away (despite being well treated, as they admitted), and sneaked their way to neutral Switzerland.

The biggest influx into town consisted of soldiers from other regiments spending time in Chesterfield as they did their training. One such unit was a detachment of several hundred Lancashire Fusiliers who spent November til April at various billets including the Premier Skating Rink on West Bars and the Ragged School on Markham Road. The Premier rink was a huge building that had been a popular venue before the war, putting on events such as boxing matches and dancing as well as roller skating: it was famous for its (apparently successful) attempts to attract the custom of young ladies with 'confetti fights' and by giving away silk fans. The Lancashire lads were given free skating instructions by the rink’s staff. The Lancashire Fusiliers - they were the 13th battalion - seem to have been genuinely popular with the townsfolk. Some Chesterfield lads even decided to sign up with them, rather than with a local regiment. As the Fusiliers were here over Christmas the town treated all of them to Christmas lunch and concerts, with professional entertainments given by performers from the Hippodrome on Corporation Street.

One reason the Fusiliers were popular was that the men billeted at the Ragged School were found to be sharing their rations with the local children - some of Chesterfield's very poorest waifs and strays - heaping the kids' tins and pans and dishes with hot army food (complete with steamed pudding) even going short themselves in order to help feed the youngsters. The Khaki Button

Soldiers of any regiment were popular with many local publicans, their presence making up for the absence of so many local men. It seems that pub goers would practically queue up to buy beer for men in uniform. This practice - 'treating' - came in for criticism from the authorities, and the Archdeacon of Chesterfield called for it to cease: “There is a great amount of mistaken hospitality shown to soldiers in treating them to practically unlimited drink” he said, “the result being that the King's uniform is brought into disgrace.” He backed this up by starting a 'League of the Khaki Button', the idea being that people would wear a Khaki Button (available at a penny each from Everard and Short on the High Street) that showed that ‘the wearer would not stand anyone a drink, nor be stood a drink’. This

suggestion drew national attention and the comment that “.. the first people to wear it will be the very people who don't need to wear it.” Which, frankly, sounds very true. The idea died rapidly.

But the Army did see soldiers’ drinking as a problem and used its powers under the new Defence Of the Realm Act (DORA) to limit opening hours. Pubs within three miles of Chesterfield were to shut at 9pm; similar orders applied to Derby, Nottingham, Buxton and Baslow. This order caused consternation among the public and uproar from the pub trade. It was quickly realised that the order applied to licensed premises but not to 'registered' premises (clubs) and people eyed the possibility of applying to join these. And in Holymoorside it was realised that of the three pubs in the village, two were inside the three mile limit, but one (the Old Star) happily was not. But despite protests the order was enforced; the various dodges and exceptions were dealt with by the licensing authorities using their own powers to bring the clubs (and, we presume, the Old Star) into line. Interestingly, shutting the pubs at 9pm caused issues for Chesterfield market. In 1915 the market stalls were used to staying open til

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Article very late – and the clearing out of pubs at 9pm sharp both caused chaos and took away later business. Attempts were made to persuade the Army to allow later pub hours, but these came to nothing, and the corporation instead instituted early closing for the market stall holders … they had to shut by 10pm!

Other businesses also stayed open later than you might expect: for example the Post Office opened from 8am to 9pm daily (8:30 to 10am on Sundays) and sent out four deliveries a day (and one on Sunday). Larger shops were open till 7pm on weekdays, and later on Fridays and Saturdays. Likewise public transport ran for long hours – the first tram from Brampton to town left at 4:55am - and finished late in order to get people to and from their shifts. There were fewer private motor vehicles about back then of course. Some vehicles were commandeered by the army – this happened to Brampton Brewery’s motor lorries – and others were offered by their owners as part of the war effort. Chesterfield motor cycle club had over 60 men offering their bikes, and themselves, to act as despatch riders at the front. Not just powered vehicles were in short supply - the army also purchased local horses in large numbers. All of which helped put up the price of transport and therefore of goods. “Famine Prices”

High prices and price rises, particularly of food and coal, were a source of tension and real distress, and local farmers and shopkeepers were sometimes accused of profiteering; the trades unions threatened to boycott those traders charging “famine prices”’ for the necessities of life and “thereby bringing starvation to a great many of the working class”. Likewise there was condemnation of workers who wanted higher wages or threatened strike action in a time of national crisis.

The loss of men to the forces meant that women were wanted in new areas of employment - the corporation hired its first lady tram conductors in 1915, and there was work in the munitions factories (Markham’s and the Chesterfield Tube Company were two of these). The number of families with men away in the forces prompted the setting up of facilities to help soldiers’ wives. In Glumangate there was the Tipperary Home, which had a nursery, café with subsidised food, library, and entertainments –and there was other support. Though there was also loud disapproval of wives who (supposedly) spent all their ‘separation allowance’ (21 shillings a week for a private’s wife with two children) on alcohol; the Archdeacon called for the authorities to forbid pubs to serve women after 5pm. Page 24

“A veritable slaughter of men”

Through the year news came in about soldiers being killed and wounded. There was a steady drip of sad messages about the casualties – several local men, week in, week out – but this would occasionally turn into a flood when local units were involved in a big battle. September’s big battle was the Ainse; March’s was Neuve-Chapelle – there were rumours of a disaster affecting the 6th Sherwood Foresters there, but this proved false. But the battle with the biggest local impact in 1915 was Second Ypres in April and May. This was the first major fight involving units made up of local men who’d volunteered after the start of the war, and its psychological impact was strong. The tone of comments coming back from the troops changed from hopeful ones like “I do not think the that the war will last long now” (Private Slack, 2nd Sherwood Foresters) to “..this is no war but a veritable slaughter of men” (Private Hayes, Grenadier Guards). People were realising that it was going to be a long, hard, horrible, slog. The growing butcher’s bill and the increasing viciousness of the war - the first large poison gas attacks happened this year for example - caused a build-up of bad feeling, and when the civilian liner RMS Lusitania was torpedoed there were anti-German riots across the country including in Chesterfield and Whittington Moor. In town a crowd of mostly women attacked the market stall of a Mr Haag, a German pork butcher, terrifying his daughter who was running it, and then laid siege to his shop in Glumangate. Ironically, Mr Haag was a naturalised British citizen of long standing and his son had joined the British army. It was becoming clear that a long war would mean trouble getting enough men to volunteer to replace the losses, and although volunteering was still encouraged, the government was looking at the possibility of conscription. It passed a ‘National Registration Act’ in July 1915, a sort of census that told it exactly who was doing exactly what (women as well as men aged 16 to 65). This was preparation for a more controlled war-centred economy. “Disappointments and Disillusionments”

The first anniversary of start of the war, 4th August 1915, was marked in Chesterfield and elsewhere by Patriotic Association meetings but no big demonstrations. “We have suffered many disappointments and disillusionments” said one local commentator. It’s as if they realised that though the past year had been bad, that there was worse, much worse, to come. If that’s what they thought they were right.

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Destination Chesterfield The Retail Awards Words: Paul Chapman

Destination Chesterfield runs both the Chesterfield Food and Drink Awards and the Chesterfield Retail Awards each year. The awards are aimed at raising the profile of the great businesses we have and celebrating them. “It’s estimated that over 1 million people read coverage for both the retail and food and drink awards which helps bring people into town” explains Dom Stevens, Destination Chesterfield's manager. The Retail Awards took place this year on 24 June 2015 and the big winner was Ibbotson’s, who are celebrating their 70th year of trading this year. As well as Retailer of the Year, Ibbotson’s also scooped the title of Market Trader of the Year at the annual awards. Owner Nick Ibbotson said: “I can’t believe that we have won two awards and it is particularly special to get overall Retailer of the Year Award. It’s amazing to have beaten all the big stores and other independent retailers. We’re

just a little fruit and veg stall that’s been in the centre of Chesterfield for more than 70 years. It’s been a long time coming.” This year’s awards received more than 600 nominations for businesses from the public resulting in 32 finalists. The complete list of winners is shown below.

It’s a great show of success to see the businesses shown overleaf and even greater to see that of the 16 winners, four of them are based on Chatsworth Road and six are seen regularly advertising with S40 Local.




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The Winners The Therapy Lounge Hair and Beauty Business

“The team at Blanc are over the moon... We have been here for four years now and the shop is going from strength to strength and we really appreciate the recognition. A huge thank you to everyone that voted, it really means the world to us.” Anne-Marie White, director, Blanc


Fashion and Footwear Retailer

Adorn Jewellers

Jewellery and Accessories Retailer


Home and Gifts Retailer


Children's Clothes, Toys & Accessories Retailer

R. P. Davidson Cheese Factor Food and Drink Retailer

Chips Computers

Phones and Technology Retailer

Pelican Cycles

Leisure Retailer Sports, Hobbies, Crafts or Outdoor

Ibbotson's Fresh Quality Produce Market Trader

“It feels very, very pleasing to win two more Retail Awards this year. It’s the second consecutive year we’ve had success and I’m glad that shows consistency across the business, professionalism as well as the fact we have the personal touch with our customers. Many of them have become friends and I’m very proud of that.” Neil Armitage, owner, Pelican Cycles

Pelican Cycles Independent Retailer


National/Multiple Retailer

“This award means a lot for the business. It will hopefully put us on the map and more people visit us to discover what a wonderful team we have here. Libby’s wouldn’t be where it is today if it wasn’t for my special team; I feel very honoured to work with such an amazing group of women. My philosophy is simple: shopping should be a pleasurable and enjoyable experience. I travel extensively throughout the UK and Europe to source beautiful things, making sure that I meet the suppliers and understand their business ethics and practices. We’re different and our collection isn’t to be found everywhere. My team and I care passionately about our customers and I always buy with them in mind.” Libby Morris, Owner, Libbys

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Changing Chesterfield Destination Chesterfield: Projects Update


Words: Paul Chapman Pictures: Destination Chesterfield t’s pretty much common knowledge that our local authorities and government departments are strapped for cash. So to make a town successful and vibrant, outside investment is required. To gain investment businesses and individuals with money to invest, need to believe Chesterfield is a great place and better than anywhere else to live, work and play.

In Chesterfield we have a dedicated team of people whose job it is to promote Chesterfield as a destination for working, living and play – Destination Chesterfield. Destination Chesterfield also runs the Chesterfield Champions scheme, a group of business owners who are committed to supporting the aims of promoting Chesterfield to gain that investment.

Huw Bowan, Chief Executive of Chesterfield Borough Council and board member of Destination Chesterfield, presented to the local business community earlier in the year. Changing perceptions of a town takes time, with small incremental changes occurring over a period of time – but some of that work is starting to take effect. Here’s a whistle-stop tour of what’s going on: • A 47% uplift in theatre attendance following a massive investment in the Pomegranate and Winding Wheel (as covered in S40 Local - April 2015). • The number of working age residents out of work is below the national average at 2.3%. Youth unemployment has fallen significantly in recent years, however there is still work to be done as the town was above the national average in this area at 5.5% in January. • Grand Heritage Hotels are investing £400m to develop the 300 acre Birchall Estate, Unstone. Peak Resort will be an integrated leisure, health, sport and education resort, one of the UK’s flagship tourist attractions. A destination not unlike Centre Parcs but with the emphasis on encouraging visitors to use local businesses and services rather than staying within the site expected to bring 2000 people each week into town. • New businesses continue to move into Markham Vale. • The first stage of the Waterside residential development is underway with 19 houses completed and occupied earlier this year • Town Centre development has seen a change in emphasis, with the desire to move from retail only to town centre living and leisure facilities, this includes plans for the market layout to create more forward facing stalls. • You may remember reading previously about plans for a Northern Gateway project (redevelopment of the Northern side of the town centre including the ‘donut’ car park and adjacent land). The planning team is going back to the drawing board for this one. Although close to securing investment, recently plans have changed and the project has shifted the emphasis to better support the drive to create a mix of leisure, commercial and retail to inject new energy into the town centre. • There are also plans for the former magistrates court. • The new sports facilities at Queen’s Park set to deliver in 2016. • Seeing an improvement in numbers of new start up businesses opening in town. • Possible plans to demolish the GPO car park at West Bars • Applications for business to move onto the remaining space at the old Bryan Donkins site. But it’s not all about buildings and developments: gaining positive publicity and encouraging more people to visit Chesterfield is supported by a number of cultural and sporting events: the Cricket Festival, Chesterfield Marathon, the Food and Drink Awards, the Retail Awards, and the Made in Chesterfield Festival. Plus the artwork at Hornsbridge island and the Unity sculpture at the coach station. In other positive news... CASA has been voted one of the country's top five hotels, plans are moving forward to develop Barrow Hill Roundhouse as a visitor attraction and the University of Derby are investing in Chesterfield with a new campus opening in 2016.

With investment of over £1b planned in Chesterfield, there’s a lot to be proud of and look forward to. Page 32

Dom Stevens' view - Destination Chesterfield Manager Dom Stevens, manager of the Destination Chesterfield project said: “Our principles today remain the same as when Destination Chesterfield was launched in 2010. The private and the public sector working together to promote the town to support the local economy and change perceptions of the town. To do this, we rely on the positive news from the businesses, residents and organisations of the town to keep spreading the word, be that through our website, e-marketing, social media or events. “The businesses that contribute towards the marketing budget delivered by Destination Chesterfield are called Chesterfield Champions and are so much more than ‘just a networking group’. The Champions scheme gives the local business community a voice in how the town is developing, keeps them up-to-date with what’s happening and also provides a forum to get to know each other, support each other and trade locally. And it works well. We have more than 160 Champions with more coming on board every month and they’re making a real difference to how Chesterfield develops as a place to live, work and invest. “Chesterfield Champions were instrumental in driving the improvement to the main gateways to the town. Through collaborative work between the public and private sector, Chesterfield Borough Council went on to secure European funding to deliver the gateway enhancement scheme which included the Sculpture at Hornsbridge and improvements at the Station approach. “Made in Chesterfield is another excellent example of the Champions driving positive change. The manufacturing businesses within the Chesterfield Champions raised concerns about skills and the future supply of labour for their sector so we created the Made in Chesterfield Festival last November. It engaged 400 school children from 28 schools to visit manufacturers and raise awareness of the career opportunities that are available in the manufacturing sector in the town. The festival returns this November and will grow to an entire month of activity.

“Alongside this, we deliver a range of projects throughout the year from the Christmas marketing campaign to the Retail and Food and Drink Awards as well as the ongoing positive promotion of the town and inward investment marketing.

“It is important people understand we do this for any local business, not just Champions. We need to recognise what we have and celebrate it and we can’t do it without you, so send you news and events through to and we will consider them for promotion.” Please mention S40 Local · Page 33


A Bespoke Night Out The Bespoke Bartender & Industrial Chic Words: Paul Chapman

Offering a mobile bar, bar training skills and hen, stag, birthday and event experiences from their new venue, Bespoke Bartenders, Richard Wood and James Walker, have the experience and ‘flair’ to deliver an event to remember. And, if you’re old enough to remember Tom Cruise in Cocktail, there’s no neon in sight, unless of course that’s what you ask for…! Bespoke Bartenders set out in 2009 to create the ideal mobile bar service focusing on excellent service and standards. They’ve entertained guests at all manner of events the length and breadth of the country and specialise in ‘flairing’ - juggling, flipping or throwing bottles and cocktail shakers to entertain and prepare the perfect cocktail. The mobile bar has been popular for Weddings, Hen Parties, Stag Do’s, Private and Charity events, with their Mocktail bar proving a hit at Prom or Sweet 16 Parties. Mocktails being non-alcoholic cocktails for those who didn’t know! Looking through the Bespoke Bartender's facebook page the bars look fantastic at the events, and if you want something quintessentially British this is where they really excel. Until recently the mobile service and bar training has been their main focus, but with the new unit on Storforth Lane industrial estate they can now offer a new experience. A place to get friends together to have fun, learn flairing and cocktail making skills, with the opportunity to sample the cocktails as you go! Although industrial on the outside with the skills to dress the venue and amazing attention to detail, once inside Richard and James can transport you and your guests wherever you want to go! “We’ve had the unit now for a few months and hosted some great events” says Richard, “the whole interior transformed into a pink wonderland for a recent Hen party and some groups of lads looking for a different way to spend an afternoon for a birthday or stag event. We’ve also hosted corporate days where we teach people to flair with confidence.” Next door to The Bespoke Bartender is The Bespoke Bar Academy and we’ve recently provided training for businesses in the area. “We’ve had staff in from Einstien’s recently, the new Bavarian Bierhaus on Holywell street, as well as people from across the county, we are pretty unique in having a bar training service in a small town.” So if you’re hosting a party and would like to impress your guests with your own bar and bartenders or you fancy getting your friends together for a lesson in the art of flairing, Richard and James are the people to contact. Visit, facebook or give them a call.

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Holidays are great for us all to relax, but can too much relaxation actually be a bad thing?

We go on holiday in order for our brains to relax and recoup our energy. That’s a good thing, but have you noticed how children relax so much over the school holidays to the extent they are ‘BORED!!!’ and that they get so relaxed and chilled out by the end of the long summer holidays that they will roll about on the sofa and watch endless TV or play on the computer. Their brains seem to require mindless repetitive low levels of stimulation and they are eternally hungry! If this seems familiar then your child is demonstrating a proven fact from educational psychologists who say that with a long holiday the children’s brains relax and some of the learning falls away.

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Waspnest Brickworks AKA The Inkerman Park Photo courtesy of Frank & David Hattersley.

The Inkerman Park is one of the gems of Chesterfield, hidden amongst the houses of Ashgate. If you don't own a dog or have a child, you may not even know it is there. If its existence comes as a surprise to you then its history is even more intriguing - its previous uses a far cry from the relative oasis it provides today. Its industrial life began as a coal mine and in the 1800s became the Inkerman Brick Company - presumably capitalising on the quantities of clay discovered amongst the coal seams. The Inkerman cottages still have IBC printed on the original bricks. Later in the 19th Century it became the home to Ashgate Pottery Co Ltd. By 1912 though, the Waspnest Brick and Stone Co was firmly established - the entrance being on Old Hall Road. It was owned in partnership by Edward Silcock, Arthur Heath, Arthur Gibbons and Edwin Hattersley. David Hattersley (Edwin's Great Grandson) has shared this fantastic photo, dating back to that time. David points out 'you can just make

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out the fact that the lorry tyres are solid, and the headlights look like lamps that have to be lit.' Many trucks would still have used solid tyres until the Second World War and electric headlamps were not uncommon in the 1920s, suggesting the photo would probably have been taken in the 1910s or 1920s. What I find even more surprising is that just next door to the Waspnest Brickworks was the Inkerman Pool, a swimming pool created when the Inkerman Colliery workings closed down. Once home to the Chesterfield Swimming club, it even included changing huts and a diving board. However, the pool was said to be very deep, and became the scene of a number of unfortunate tragedies. The pool was finally filled in during the 1970s and became the Inkerman Park we know and enjoy today. Sources: Taken from 'Aspects of Chesterfield', 'Brampton Childhood Memories' by John Lilley.

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Artistic Licence InSPIREation 21's Exhibition 15 to 27 August Words: Paul Chapman

InSPIREation 21 – Twenty one is not the average age of the members, it’s the number of people in the group and I’m meeting Joan Holmes and Marie Heathcote to find out more about these 21 textile fanatics. “There were four of us initially” explains Marie, “We were all attending a City and Guilds textile course at Clown College and on completion of the course wanted to continue and build on the skills we had acquired. When we failed to find a suitable group which met in the daytime we decided to form one ourselves, hence the birth of InSPIREation 21”. The group started in 2001 meeting in a room above the Market Hall. Numbers grew quickly but they stopped accepting members once they had reached 21. “It was important that we were a manageable group so we stuck at that number” says Marie,” and we have people on the waiting list today” she adds. The members are mainly retired and come from a variety of backgrounds, including commerce, nursing, catering and teaching which includes art and textiles, but all care passionately about what they are doing. They attend workshops and spread the learning between themselves and arrange trips to exhibitions and places of interest which support their work. The group love to tackle any textile/art based project including embroidery, quilting, felting, book binding and much more. Twice a year they invite a national/international textile artist to tutor a workshop. “We have looked at a great selection of new skills” says Joan, “dying, flower pounding, rug making, to name a few and acquired knowledge of an unbelievable amount of stitches. In August the group will put on their bi-annual exhibition at the Cromford Mills, Derbyshire where they are showing their latest works between 15th and 27th August. This year's theme has been to look at work by other artists and use inspiration from them, inspiration coming from Angie Lewin, Monet, through to work by young grand-daughters so the results will, no doubt, vary massively, a mixture of textile pieces. Once over, the group will be selecting a subject for the next exhibition and work will start towards their pieces. The group is made up of members from across the area local and further afield including Doncaster. Nottingham, and Eckington. “ We are a very friendly group” explains Joan. “Like any other group we enjoy a Christmas meal but we take ours in June or July, we arrange the occasional weekend workshop away and we are very supportive of each other, leaning on each other when needed. If the idea of textile art sounds appealing please try and get along to the Cromford exhibition and speak to one of the members who will be stewarding, they will be delighted to talk to you.

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New to Chatsworth Road is Linen, the ironing service set up by twin sisters Mandy and Denise. “We have been wanting to run our own business for a while” explains Denise, “and been looking for a central location on Chatsworth Road. We recently found space above Imperial Windows, next to Pelican Cycles. We’ve set up a relaxed space, a place where you can drop off your ironing and sit and have a chat and a coffee whilst we work, very different from your traditional launderette.” “Many people find ironing a chore, so let us take care of it and spend your time doing something you enjoy." "Or if you're back from the holidays and the washing pile is huge, bring it down to us to iron” says Mandy.

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Denise is no stranger to ironing, she previously ran her own business before having her kids, but now they are older she can focus on the new business… and with eight kids between them they know how to work their way

If you’d like to get in touch their details are below. Their price structure is per item so it’s simple to know what you’re paying for. You’ll find the entrance to Linen just round the back of the building on Barker Lane, just follow your nose… you can’t miss the smell of fresh ironing! Check out their facebook page: linenironingservice

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The Image and Colour Emporium are changing their skin and will reopen as Chameleon on 5 September.

Not content with a name and branding change, Tracey Oldfield and team are also moving to a new home at 420 Chatsworth Road, the old location of Created Gallery on the corner of Chatsworth Road and Chapel Lane West.

Tracy is very excited about the move, she explained “The Image and Colour Emporium has been tucked away behind the Real Ale Corner for a long time. During our time we’ve grown from a completely new business offering Colour Consultations and now offer a number of services and products that compliment what we do”. “We like to think the business is ever changing and so are our colours, that's why the name Chameleon fits us perfectly. The largest recent change has been the success of our wool stocks” says Tracy. “We have a fantastic range of wools, more and more people are picking up knitting needles and there are not many local businesses stocking wool so it’s been a busy time for us.

“Our knit and natter groups are really popular and we’re happy for people to come down and spend time with us knitting their latest piece."

As well as wool and knitting supplies Chameleon will stock a range of leather hand bags and scarves and a whole host of accessories.

The new shop will open Wednesday and Thursday between 9:30am and 5pm, Friday between 10:30am and 5pm and Saturday between 9:30am and 4pm.

You can be sure of the same friendly service and quality products, but at 420 Chatsworth Road there’ll be more space, parking to the rear of the shop and a larger kettle! Be sure to call in for a chat and see what’s on offer, Chameleon will be open for business from Saturday 5 September. Physio First run by Dominic Gage will continue to provide physiotherapy services upstairs at 420 Chatsworth Road so you can continue to use Dom’s services.

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Libby’s has just been crowned ‘Home and Gifts Retailer of the Year’ at the Chesterfield Retail Awards… and news just in… has been nominated as finalist for ‘Café of the Year’ and for ‘Customer Service’ as part of the Chesterfield Food & Drink Awards! Libby is busy, she's always busy, new products, new plans for the store, working up dreamy menus for us to enjoy... her to do list must be huge, and she still manages to get nominated for great customer service! “It’s the team that makes things so successful” says Libby, “they have great ideas and we have so much fun together it really does make a difference, thanks must go to them.” If you go into Libby’s you’ll know there’s always something new on the menu, new Bradwells ice cream sundaes for the kids, exciting new stock in the store sourced from across Europe, a delightful new walled garden area tucked away at the rear of the shop, a small oasis in which to relax with excellent food or catch up on work with a coffee or two. She’s recently remodelled the shop interior, moving her stock room to make an area dedicated to the display of cards and a few more gifts. I'm amazed and inspired at the energy Libby puts into the business and still recall the warm reception I received almost 6 years ago when I walked in to sell my idea for S40 Local to her, the welcome is still the same today. Although a customer I consider Libby a friend, and the kids are always happy when the biscuit tin appears from under the counter! Keep a watch for news on the Food & Drink Awards and another accolade for Libby's wall.

This July local businessmen Craig Lynch (owner of The Manor), Keiron Salt, Kevin Raine and Martin Grayson tackled the three toughest Alpine Climbs in three days during the climax of the Tour de France to raise money. Their charity this year has been nominated by the widow of their old friend Dave Robinson of Brampton who passed away suddenly last year.

This follows successful challenges to raise money in previous years for local charities; including over £2000 for Ashgate Hospice in 2013 by climbing the notorious Mount Ventoux twice in 24 hours. This year's beneficiary is Ashgate Croft School. The four friends are setting out to attempt the Col de Madeleine, Col de Galibier and Alpe d'Huez on consecutive days, culminating on Saturday 25 July, the same day the leaders of this year's Tour de France attack the notorious climb. The main fundraising effort took place at this year's Annual Hogroast Music Festival at The Manor@Brampton - an event that has been raising funds for local charities for the last 11 years! "This will be a very special fundraising ride for me as Dave was a personal friend and would have probably insisted on joining us wearing a dress!" Craig said. By the time you read this they will have completed their attempt, but you will still be able to donate by visiting:

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Article Community News Top Internationally Renowned Photographer Coming To Chesterfield

Chatsworth Road Medical Centre Patient Participation Group (PPG)

David Noton is an internationally renowned landscape and travel photographer with a well-deserved reputation for the quality of his images and his fun take on his travels to capture those pictures. David Noton will be presenting his "Chasing the Light" roadshow at the Winding Wheel in Chesterfield on Thursday the 10th of September. This is an opportunity not to be missed if you like stunning photography from across the world. David uses the latest technology to present his images from his international travels across the globe, including Chile, Iceland, Vietnam and Italy to name but a few.

The PPG represents patients and performs a number of roles. They meet monthly and work with the practice to maintain and improve services to patients, conducting frequent surveys of patients to gain feedback.

David's passion for the places and people he visits is clearly evident as he enthusiastically and humorously transports the audience at break neck speed around the world. As well as showing his outstanding pictures he also explains some of the technical aspects and the planning needed to be in the right place, at the right time, with the right equipment. David is an ambassador for some of the top photographic companies and has been commissioned by the National Trust and been recognised by the BBC. The event is being promoted by the Chesterfield Photographic Society, with help from Dents Photographic. Raising funds for Ashgate Hospice and the Air Ambulance. Tickets are just ÂŁ10 and are available from Chesterfield Theatres box office, bought on-line or from Andrew Evans, Chesterfield Photographic Society on 01246 567138.

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The group has become more important as we navigate the changes within the Health Service e.g. changing needs and expectations, changes within society and the impact of new technologies. The introduction of longer surgery hours will also affect the practice. We monitor standards as well as helping agree how to provide the service for the future. To support our understanding we attend external consultation meetings and drive internal project work to address issues identified by patients. We have recently developed a 'Make the Most of Your Appointment' leaflet to help patients get more benefit from the face to face time they spend with their GP. This encourages patients to think about what they want the outcome of their appointment to be and how best to articulate symptoms to the doctor. If you would like to join in this interesting and important work, then please call the chairman of the group who is Ken Davis, his number is 01246 568392. Otherwise you can ask at the surgery reception and they will give you a form to complete.

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If it's dry keep ponds and water features topped up, and clear out weeds or any other over exuberant growth.

Keep dead-heading ornamental plants to extend the flowering season – this can put a bit of a strain on the plant so keep it fed and watered. If the seed heads have ornamental value, towards the end of summer (depending on its flowering season) leave some of the flowers to fade and the seed-heads to ripen. Most hedges can be pruned or trimmed into shape now, which will give time for some new growth before it slows down in autumn.

Keep sowing quick-maturing salad crops – rocket, radishes, mixed leaves and some lettuces are all candidates – they’ll go on growing until the first frosts. Several lettuce varieties including Winter Density, Great Lakes and Lambs lettuce (corn salad) will last through the winter. If you’ve got empty patches of soil, consider sowing a green manure; this will cover the ground and is then dug in to improve its fertility (but don’t let it set seed). If you want to save a seed of a particular plant, choose a good specimen. Transition Chesterfield is holding a Seed Saving workshop at the Saints Parish Centre (St Mary's Gate, near the church) 7-9pm on the 17 August; this is free to attend and you don't need to book.

Pot up any strawberry runners that have rooted, or encourage them to do so by pinning them firmly to the ground and keep watered. Apart from gently pottering around the garden, this should be the time of year when you can spend most time simply enjoying it; however, it's the time most plants, including weeds, also enjoy, so try to stop them setting seed – there's an old saying, 'one year's seeding is seven years weeding'...

Keep feeding birds to attract them to the garden, where they will also hunt out damaging insects and larvae. A shallow pool is a great wildlife draw, with the possible added bonus of seeing blackbirds washing themselves in a comically Victorian fashion, constantly checking to make sure they're not being overlooked, and covered head-to-toe in black.

10. If you have surfeits of fruit or veg, from September until December Transition Chesterfield will be holding monthly produce swaps at their regular Green Drinks - bring anything edible you’ve grown or made yourself and trade it with others. The location is the White Swan, St Mary’s Gate (opposite the church), from about 7:30pm onwards. As well as the events mentioned above, Transition Chesterfield are holding a series of gardening talks and workshops on the third Monday of each month, at The Saints Parish Centre. Details are in the 'Grow Your Own' section of our new website at: Email info@ for more details. Page 54

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Jog Derbyshire Groups @The Manor: All welcome. Mon 6 to 7pm, Wed 9:30 to 10:30am & Thurs 5 to 5:45pm. For details contact Brampton Manor on 01246 277760 or visit Tots Café at St Thomas' Centre 10am to Midday (term time). An informal get together for parents/carers. 01246 279916. Chesterfield Market: Call Chesterfield Visitor Info. Centre on 01246 345777/8 or

Young at Heart (social afternoon) - all welcome. 1:30 to 3:30pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre call 07910 858267. William Rhodes Primary & Nursery School Community Choir: 3:30 to 4:30pm, choir made up of children, staff, parents & the wider community. An ability to sing an advantage but not compulsory! Call Cindy Clark on 01246 234626.

1st Brampton Moor Brownies: Meet at Storrs Road Centre, starting 6pm (Term time). T: Brownie guider on 01246 272678.. Aurora Ladies' Choir: 7:15 to 9:45pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre call 07910 858267 for details.

Holymoorside Band Rehearsals: non-contesting band - plays a variety of concerts. All abilities - rehearsals Monday & Friday 7:45 to 9:45pm - United Reform Church, Holymoorside. Instruments available. or 01246 566691/568745 Chesterfield Life Drawing Evening Club Meet 6.30 - 8.30pm The Drawing Room, Sheffield Road S41 7LL. All artistic abilities welcome. or call 07901 873 636

Maison Mes Amis: Book Club. The first Monday at Maison Mes Amis for their book club. Review the title of the month and then discuss in a comfortable atmosphere with like minded people. 7pm onwards. Call 01246 768789 for details and titles. Guide Dogs Chesterfield: Meet 7:30pm at The Rose and Crown, 104 Old Road. We welcome new volunteers. T: Gabbie Pattison on 07525 248740 (email: or via Facebook - Guide Dogs Chesterfield). RSPB Chesterfield Local Group: 7:15 to 9:15pm at Eastwood Hall, Rose Hill. Illustrated talks, refreshments, bird food sales. All welcome. Contact: Steve Williams 07971 000331 or visit Village Hall Pilates 9:15-10:15am. St Marks, Brampton. 0777 351 6334 / Badminton at Loundsley Green 1:30 to 3pm. For enquiries, contact Mrs Westwood on 01246 236831.

Linedancing: (Easy Intermediates) 3pm - 4.15pm, Prince's Sports Club @ the Manor, Brampton. Ideal for returners. New dance every 3-4 weeks.Contact Kathryn, 01246 569053

HNChelp, cancer support group. Meet at the Olde House, Loundsley Green Rd (excl August) from 2 to 4pm. We welcome any patient, carer or any one affected by head and neck cancer. or call or text 07950 599869.

Chatters Coffee Shop at Walton Evangelical Church, Moorland View Road. 10am to midday. All welcome - toys available. No charge, but a small donation appreciated - any remainder to charity. T: 01246 231002 or email Chesterfield Spire Cycling Club day rides: usually meet 9.25am Queens Park Sports Centre, Boythorpe Rd. 30 60miles. New riders always welcome. For details call Steve 07734 506492.

Zumba Gold - Fitness For 50+ Tues & Thurs at 10am & 11am. Chester St Club. Easy, fun, friendly classes only £3.50 TONING after the 11am Thurs class: Zumba with weights for just 50p extra. Call Jen on 07757 726239

Knit and Natter: 10am to 12:30pm at St Thomas' Centre. An informal gathering for people who enjoy doing craft together. All ages, all abilities. Ring 01246 279916 for more information.

Toddler Tuesday: 10am to 2pm The Active Zone @ Pooky - Free tea and coffee whilst your little ones pot paint. (Term time only). Pooky 288 Chatsworth Road. Chesterfield Railway Modellers: Tues afternoon 2pm (and Thu evening 6pm) at The Clocktower Offices (the old Staveley Works Head Office). Contact Darrell Clark for details on 01246 234788. Tuesday Worship: St John's Church, Walton Back Lane. Please join us for Tuesday Worship from 11:30am to 12:15pm, followed by lunch in the Church Centre (£3.00 per person). Email: Tiger Tots: A stay and play baby/toddler group. 1:30 to 3pm (term time) Holymoorside Village Hall. Anyone welcome, £2 per family, call in and ask for Becky or call 07701 066801. (Term time only).

Spire Laughter Club: Above Dent's Chemists at the Nenna Kind Cancer Drop In Centre at 2pm. Yoga therapy with laughter - come and laugh with us whilst improving your health and happiness. Call Karen on 01246 862790. TimeOut a friendly community group meets 2 to 4pm at Storrs Road Methodist Church. Come along for a chat, cuppa, games, bring a craft, help complete a jigsaw, surf the internet etc. T: 01246 274021.  Danceworks dance studio for 4-15 year olds at Loundsley Green Community Centre. Ages 3-5yrs at 4-5pm, and 6+ at 5-6pm. T: Elly on 07581 140822 or or on Facebook at Danceworks Loundsley Green.

Pregnancy Yoga Class: Friends Meeting House Chesterfield 5:30 to 7pm. For further details please contact Pauline Nunn on 0779 115 7672 or email: Brownies: 6 to 7:15pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre call 07910 858267 for details.

Village Hall Pilates: 6 to 7pm, 7:10 pm to 8:10pm and 8:20 to 9:20 pm all at St Johns Church, Walton. See Tuesday listing for details. Dog obedience training: 7:15 to 8:45pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre call 07910 858267 for details.

TAI CHI: Authentic Wu Style Tai Chi from Shanghai, taught by an authorised instructor. 7:30pm - 8:30pm Parish Centre, Stonegravels. Contact: Tel:273795

Chesterfield Garland/Clog Dancers: 7:30 to 9:30pm at Methodist Church Hall, Jaw Bones Hill. New female dancers and wo/men musicians welcome. T: Barbara Wilson on 01246 207800 for further details or visit Chesterfield Film Makers: If you’re interested in making videos. Walton Village Centre, 7:30 for 7:45 pm. For more details phone 01246 277349 or visit

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Chesterfield Symphony Orchestra 7:30-9:30pm. Players of orchestral instruments invited. Vacancies for brass, percussion & strings. Ashgate Croft School (term time). T: Dave on 07985 603423/ Rose & Crown, Old Road: General Knowledge Quiz. Every Tuesday night - gallon of ale for the winner. Music quiz - last Sunday of each month, gallon of ale for the winner & rolling cash prize for 100% score. Chesterfield Theatres: Tuesday Night Dances. At the Winding Wheel. 7:30pm-10.30pm. £4.85. Tuesday Quiz Night at The Manor from 8:30pm. General knowledge with cash prizes to be won plus Play Your Cards Right. Call: 01246 277760. Chesterfield Town WI: 7pm in Chesterfield Studios, Rose Hill, S40 1LW. Fancy a giggle? Why not come and join us? New members welcome. For more info or Holymoorside Women's Institute: 2 to 4pm at the United Reformed Church Schoolroom, Cottonmill Hill, Holymoorside. New Members warmly received. Details please call Margaret Copley on 01246 568360. HNChelp, a cancer support group: The Olde House, Loundsley Green Rd from 2 to 4pm. We welcome any patient, carer or any one affected by head and neck cancer. or call/text 0795 059 9869. Chesterfield Cycle Campaign: Meetings 7:30pm Market Hall, Meeting Room 1. Contact Alastair on 01246 520820. Old Brampton Women's Institute: 2 to 4pm at Loundsley Green Church, Pennine Way S40 3NF. New members and visitors warmly welcomed. For more info ring Pat on 01246 2394431 or Jenny on 01246 557024. Derbyshire Wildlife Trust: 7.30pm @ the Annunciation Church Parish Centre, Spencer St, S40 4SD. Talks monthly Sept to April. Access from Queen St. £2.50 incl. refreshments; Under 16s free. All welcome. For info T: Angie on 01246 236930 Chesterfield & District Vegetable and Fruit Growers: 7:30pm at the Committee Room, Holymoorside Village Hall. Come and share your gardening experiences, beginners welcome. Call John 01246 569515, Malcolm 01246 569948 (Not Aug). Thom's Blokes: 10am to noon. A meeting for men which includes talks, activities and regular outings to places of interest. All men welcome. St Thomas’ Church Centre. For info call David on 01246 231115 or 01246 853741. North East Derbyshire Downs Syndrome Group: Arkwright Children's Centre, School Lane, Arkwright. 10am to noon. Not August. Families, carers & children meet together for activities, and outings/trips. Rosie T: 07500 814361 or 01629 537692. Cub Scouts: 6 to 7:30pm (Term time). Loundsley Green Community Centre call 07910 858267 for details. Tramway Tavern Classic Album Night. We play NME's top 100 albums of all time, all night long. There is also a mini music picture quiz, highest score wins 2 pints. Every Wednesday from 4pm. Village Hall Pilates: 9:15 to 10.15 am, 7:15 to 8:15am.  New class “Stretch and Core for Men” 8.30 pm to 9.30 pm all at St Johns Church, Walton. See Tuesday listing for contact details. Holymoorside Tennis Club New members Welcome. Club Night 6pm and Social Tennis Sun/Tues 10am. T: 01246 566718. Pelican Cycles Summer Road Rides: 6:15 for 6:30pm start from Pelican Cycles, Chatsworth Road. 35 miles approx in the Peak District. Please contact or 01246 767078. Qi Gong: 10 to 11:15am. Loundsley Green Community Centre call 07910 858267 for details. Terminus Bowling Club, Chatsworth Road.  Open every Wednesday between 10am and 11am.  Come and try your skills at crown green bowling. Informal coaching - equipment provided - free - all welcome. T: Andy Hoe: 07968 161 275 Woolly Wednesdays: 10am to 12:30pm & 6:30 to 9pm - regular social crafting. For crafts that aren't messy or noisy - that gets in the way of talking & eating cakes. Contact or 01246 807575. 104 Saltergate, S40 1NE. British History Class: 10:30am at Chesterfield Library. Contact Margaret Bargh for details on 01246 276800. Chameleon UFO: (Unfinished objects) group.1pm to 4pm, £3 per session, bring your knitting, stitching, crochet or any other unfinished projects. Image & Colour Emporium, 420 Chatsworth Road. Call 07526 455410 for details. Holymoorside Craft Group: 2 to 4pm in the Committee Room, Holymoorside Village Hall. Informal, welcoming group. Any crafting such as papercraft, embroidery, knitting, sewing, drawing etc. Call: Cynthia 01246 569103. No meet Jul or Aug. Beaver Scouts: 4:15 to 6pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre call 07910 858267 for details. Cub Scouts: 6 to 7:30pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre call 07910 858267 for details. Brampton Ladies Club: 7:15pm for 7:45pm start at Storrs Road Methodist Church. Meetings held every Wednesday during school term time with a speaker or social activity. Details 01246 272333. Free Voices Community Choir: The Friends Meeting House, Brockwell Lane - 7:15 to 9pm. We are a non-performing choir who sing for enjoyment. No need to be able to read music. Call Helen on 01246 237937 or Jesterfield Juggling Club: 7 to 9pm at Walton Village Centre. All abilities - learn and share skills in all types of circus skills. £2/week adults & £1/under 16s - welcome if accompanied by an adult. Call 07766 468 499/ E: Bible Class: 7:30 to 8:30pm at Christadelphian Church 19a Sheffield Road, Chesterfield. Topics presented for study and discussion. Visit our web site Scouts: 7:30 to 9:15pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre call 07910 858267 for details Brampton Best Knitters: Come and meet for knitting, crochet, other handicrafts, combined with a warm welcome and good company. £1 subs (optional). 7.30pm, Rose and Crown, 104 Old Road, Brampton. Call Suzanne on 07900 814715 for info. HoneyBelles Ladies Choir. Rehearse at 7.45pm in the Bassett Rooms, Ashover. New members always welcome, no auditions. We sing because we enjoy it. Info; FB Green Drinks: An opportunity for like-minded people to get together for a fun, relaxed, interesting evening once a month. 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Manor Band Mania @The Manor: For details contact The Manor on 01246 277760 or visit Chesterfield Flea Market: Call Chesterfield Visitor Info Centre on 01246 345777/8 or Chesterfield Philharmonic Choir: Practise at Ashgate Croft School, Ashgate Road from 7:15 to 9:30pm. We put on four concerts & a choral day each year. Come & join us. Call Lynda at 01246 202694. Village Hall Pilates: 9.15 am to 10.15 am (Term time) at Holmebrook Valley Family Centre, Holmehall. See Tuesday listing. Fit and Fab Keep Fit Class Holymoorside: A gentle exercise class to music. 9:30am to 10:30am in United Reform Church Holymoorside. All welcome. Contact Tessa on 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. Call Rachel Armstrong on 07792 978880 for details or Tiny Toes Thursday: 10am to 2pm The Active Zone @ Pooky - Baby hand and footprints on ceramic pottery. To book T: 01246 231400 (Term time only). Central Methodist Toddler Group: Saltergate. 10 to 11:30am (term time). In the town centre this group is ideal for a break from shopping for you & your baby/toddler. £1.50 for adult & child; 50p per extra child. Drinks & biscuits. Walking Back To Healthiness: Walking group meets at 10:30am at Holmebrook Valley Park, starting points may vary. To book call Tina Hensey: 01246 345669. Muy Thai: Martial arts training. 6 to 7:15pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre. For info 07910 858267. Village Hall Pilates: 6 to 7 pm (Term time) at The School Room, Old Brampton. See Tuesday listing for contact details. Brampton Bicycle Club: 6:30 to 7:30pm at Holmebrook Valley Park. Cycle coaching and fun for kids between the ages of 5 and 16 years. (Term time only) Ichthus Canoe Club Chesterfield: (ICCC) meet 6pm (Outdoor Spring, Summer & early Autumn) or 8pm (pool sessions late Autumn & Winter). For info email, or call 01246 274021. Chesterfield Caledonian Badminton Club: at St Andrews United Reformed Church Hall, Newbold Road. 7 to 9pm. New adult members welcome, male and female. Contact Tony Gandy on 01246 569225. Brampton Community Band: Musicians welcome - join and play folk dance music. 7.15 to 9.15 pm at Old Hall Junior School, Old Rd. For more details, visit, email: or T: 01246 236805. Chesterfield Photographic Society: Contact the Club Secretary Brian Davis 01246 275433. Chesterfield Recorded Music Society: Parish Centre, Sheffield Road. 7:15pm. We listen to and discuss mainly classical music, occasionally jazz and music from shows. Meet Sept to June. Info from John Strange on 01246 416558. Chesterfield Philharmonic Choir: Practise at Ashgate Croft School, Ashgate Road from 7:15 to 9:30pm. We put on four concerts & a choral day each year. Come & join us. Call Lynda at 01246 202694. Holymoorside Choral Society: practise in Holymoorside from 7:30 to 9:30pm.  We sing a variety of music - new members always welcome. T: Nerys Mansell on 01246 569693 for info. Holymoorside Ladies Club: 7:45pm in Holymoorside Village Hall. Variety of speakers and activities. All welcome. Membership not necessary, just £2.50. Term time only. Call Anne 01246 566789. TAI CHI & Qigong: Gentle exercise for health and relaxation. 10am at Wingerworth Church Centre, Long Edge Lane. Contact: T: 01246 273795 Village Hall Pilates: 7:45 to 8:45pm (Term time) at St Johns Church, Walton. See Tuesday listing for contact details. St John's Ambulance Chesterfield Quad Division: Meet at Storrs Road Methodist Church during term time. Badgers and Cadets (5 to 18 year olds) from 6pm. Adults 18+ at 7:30pm. T: 01246 279132 or email Do you play an instrument? Would you like to play jazz with the Chesterfield Jazz Club house band? Come to the Jam Session, at Club Chesterfield, Chester St.£4 on the door.7:30pm. T: Wendy on 07764 587258. Rendezvous Group: St Thomas' Centre, Chatsworth Road. All seniors invited for activities followed by a light lunch. 10:30am to 1:30pm. £3.50 to cover costs. Details phone 01246 272333. Embroiderers' Guild Chesterfield Branch: 7-9pm at The Saints Parish Centre, St. Mary's Gate, Chesterfield, S41 7TJ.  Visitors welcome, for details call 01246 275177. Chesterfield Evening Townswomen’s Guild: Except August - 7pm at the Friends’ Meeting House, 27 Ashgate Road, Chesterfield. For further info contact the Secretary on 01246 455110.  Alzheimers Society: Singing for the Brain. 2-4pm at St John's Church, Walton, Chesterfield S42 7LT. T: 01246 223366. Chesterfield Farmer's Market: Every second Thursday. For information please call Chesterfield Visitor Information Centre on 01246 345774 or visit The North East Derbyshire Field Club: Winter meetings - Sure Start Centre, Holme Hall Primary School, S40 4RL at 7:30pm. Summer meetings - walks & outings. 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Parent & Toddler: All welcome! 9 to 11am. Loundsley Green Community Centre. For details 07910 858267. Chesterfield Market: Call Chesterfield Visitor Info Centre on 01246 345777/8 or Yoga for People Living with Cancer: Friends Meeting House Chesterfield 11:00am to 12:30pm. For further details please contact Pauline Nunn on 0779 115 7672 or email: TAI CHI & Qigong: Gentle exercise for health & relaxation 10am. Wingerworth Church 01246 273795 Découpage: 1 to 3pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre call 07910 858267 for details. Knitting Group: Meetings in Cutthorpe Village Hall between 1 and 3pm. £1 per session, knitting, crochet, cross-stitch etc, come and have a cup of tea and a natter! Call Barbara Stringer on 01246 620314 or 07980 510591. Funtime Fridays: 3:45 to 5pm The Active Zone @ pooky - After school fun painting pots - Booking essential as limited spaces. Please call Pooky to book T: 01246 231400 (Term time only). 3rd Brampton (St Thomas’) Scout Group: Join the adventure for 6 to 14 year olds in the Beaver, Cub or Scout Sections. Meet Friday evenings during term time. Contact Ben Widdowson 01246 567409. Holymoorside Band Rehearsals: Non-contesting band. All abilities - rehearsals Mon & Fri 7:45 to 9:45pm - United Reform Church, Holymoorside. Instruments available. or 01246 566691/568745 Youth Club: 6 to 8pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre call 07910 858267 for details. Knit and Natter: 6:30pm at the Image & Colour Emporium at 413a Chatsworth Road. Like-minded people meet for some knitting and a chat. Cost £3 includes coffee and a cake. T: Tracey on 07526 455410 for info. Table Tennis Club - The Gospel Mission Congregational Church, Old Road, Brampton 7.30pm . £1 entry incl refreshment. Badminton: 8:15 to 9:45pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre call 07910 858267 for details. The Manor: Friday Live Music from 9pm see website for detail. Call: 01246 277760. Alzheimer’s Society: Carers Support Group. 10am to midday. The Pavillion, Queen’s Park, S40 2ND. T: 01246 223366. The Chesterfield Art Club: Meet at Whitecotes School from 7:30 to 9:30pm. Worknights, Demonstration & Critiques. Visitors welcome at £3/session. For info T: Terry 01246 416565. (Not Aug or Dec). Alzheimer’s Society: Memory Café. 10am to midday. The Saints Parish Centre, St Mary's Gate, Chesterfield S41 7TJ. No December Café. For info call 01246 223366. Newbold Community Football Training: Highfield Park, Newbold. 9:30/11:30am. For boys & girls of all abilities. 5 to 15 yrs. FA qualified coaches, 1st aiders, drinks/snacks. £2 T: Tim on 01246 277325 or 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 and get fit with over 14s. 10 to 11am at Loundsley Green Community Centre. All ages can play if supervised. Only £2.50 per session with the first one free. Call Teresa on 0785 422 4932 for more info. Chesterfield Market: Call Chesterfield Visitor Info. Centre on 01246 345777/8 or Saturday Night Live: St John's Walton. A safe place to chill out with your friends for 11-18 year olds 7 to 10pm, ends at 8:30pm under 14s. Regular activities & the Chill-out-zone! All welcome. St John’s Church, Walton Back Lane. Chesterfield Themed Life Drawing Full or Half Day Meet 10.30am - 4.30pm The Drawing Room, Sheffield Road S41 7LL All artistic abilities welcome. or call 07901 873 636. Sunday School: 9:30 to 10:30am at Christadelphian Church 19a Sheffield Road Chesterfield. Children aged 5 to 11 years Bible stories, crafts, music. Visit our web site Church Services: 9am Holy Communion & 10:45am for All Ages. Refreshments after both. St John's, Walton Back Lane. The Manor: Sunday Carvery 12-6pm & Live Music from 5pm. Call: 01246 277760. Gospel Hour: 6pm Christadelphian Church, Sheffield Road. Refreshments Sunday Lunch Club Midday to 3pm. Loundsley Green Community Centre, Cuttholme Road. Enjoy lunch with pudding and tea/coffee. A community project - nominal charge. Check for dates - booking essential.. T: Barbara May 01246 563126. Sew Social 4:30 to 7pm. A social crafting event with space for you to spread out and sew with me on hand for when you get stuck or need encouragement. Details or 01246 807575. 104 Saltergate, S40 1NE. The Way at Walton Evangelical Church: 3 to 4:30pm. A group for adults with learning disabilities. Join us for tea & biscuits followed by a talk & activities such as craft, drama and singing. Carers welcome. Call: 0808 1082354. Southside Jazz Band: The Rose & Crown between 4pm and 6pm. Chesterfield Sunday Morning Life Drawing Club Meet 10am -12.30pm The Drawing Room, Sheffield Road S41 7LL. All artistic abilities welcome. or call 07901 873 636. Rainbow Whist: Holymoorside Community Centre. From 7 to 9pm every 2nd and 4th Sunday in the month. Anyone with the ability to play whist is welcome. For details contact Don on 01246 568204. British Cycling Breeze Rides For women only Sign on at T: 0772 588 5151.

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DGW JOINERY Time Served Carpenter & Joiner 40 Years Experience All Types of Joinery Services Available For a free quote call Derek 07851 460759


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Rob’s Jobs

• Electrical Work • Plumbing • Property Repairs • Landscaping / Fencing

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Established 1913 Father & daughter family-run business 24 hour service with Private Chapel of Rest Pre-Paid Golden Charter Funeral Plans Available Tel: 01246 566592 Mob: 07831 851 639 44 Loads Road, Holymoorside, Chesterfield S41 7EU

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Your Local Plumbing & Drainage Expert No Call Out Fee 24/7 All Work Guaranteed Formally the Drain Doctor

0773 8633446 Chesterfield


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Alan Hill Design Services (Chesterfield) Architectural plans prepared Extensions & New Builds Barn Conversions & Alterations Planning & building regulations With over 25 years experience you can count on Penk Insurance to offer a Walton based great service and competitive prices on Landlord’s Insurance.

Call Alan on: 01246 274008 or 07759 588578

Main Benefits of Landlord’s Insurance • Cover available for unoccupied properties, 2nd properties and even holiday homes • Annual and short term cover available • Optional Loss of Rent Cover • Landlord Contents Cover available • Accidental Damage Extension available

Your Local ironing service Fast & Efficient


Denise: 07878 597 012 • Mandy: 07969 349 377

Insurance are celebrating 25 years of business 3a Old Road Brampton • Chesterfield S40 2RE TEL: 01246 55 88 44 or visit Penk our office @ Home with some•fantastic Insurance•offers

49-53 Chatsworth Road • Brampton • Chesterfield • Derbyshire • S40 2AL

Main Benefits of Home Insurance

• Buildings Cover up to £1m Penk 25 Years Experience • ContentsInsurance Cover up to £75,000

Clean Chimneys Do Not Catch Fire!

Penk Insurance is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

• New for old replacement & Van insurance Home • Car Accidental Damage included for TV, Video, Audio Equipment, Mirrors, Fixed Glass & Sanitary Ware as standard

Zak Morgan

Travel insurance

Chimney Sweeping Services

07581 806 407

Competitive Quotes • Access to a Wide Panel of Insurers • Payment Options with Low Deposits Instant Cover • Loyalty Discounts • Optional Legal Expenses Cover • Experienced and Friendly Team

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199 Somersall Lane, Chesterfield, S 4 0 3 N A . FULLY INSURED AND QUALIFIED


01246 55 88 44 or visit our office @ Chesterfield


Blueflame Free boiler service when taking out an annual service plan with their advert. Brampton Therapy Centre £5 off your first appointment. Car Air Con Air-con service/regas just £40. Call Steve on 07810 332272. Chatsworth Chiro 10% off all treatments until 1 Sept 2015. Discover Bathrooms Extra discounts for NHS and Emergency Services Staff.

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assistance Buildings & • Breakdown 24hr claim helplines • Low policy excesses recovery •& Optional personalinsurance possessions coverinsurance

Many insurance companies will now only insure if chimneys are cleaned annually and issued with an insurance certificate.

Floor Depot Free Bedroom carpet on selected beds and matress. iDeal Carpets Free underlay, gripper, door bar and delivery. Ovenfresh Your first oven clean from £35. Polar Windows 20% off conservatories (like for like products). Toad Summer Sale - hundreds of prices slashed in store.

NOTE: This page only provides the highlights. Where offers have terms and conditions these will be stated in the businesses’ adverts or can be discussed directly with the business making the offer. S40 Local accept no responsibility for any errors in the listings.

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“A Polite, Reliable Service” NO CALL OUT FEE NO VAT

We are able to diagnose & fix your Laptop & PC Problems A SONY SPECIALIST * Free Estimates Given * * No Fix No Fee * 9am till 9pm Mon to Sun EGYTEC 3 Raneld Mount Walton Chesterfield S403RE

• Bathrooms, showers & kitchen installations • Leaks & repairs • No job too small

Help When You Need IT! Situated in Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Experience of providing support and repairs for a wide range of IT Equipment. You can bring your laptop or PC to our office or we can collect, fix and return it. If you are local to S40 we can arrange a home visit if preferred.


We have a selection of used Laptops available and we carry a large stock of spare parts. Give us a call or email us with your make, model and problem and we will give you a price.

Phone: 01246 237465 Mobile: 07903224417 Website: Email:

Tel: 01246 205 000 Mob: 07971 447 040

“Youssef” Your Local IT Technician

7 Redgrove Way • Walton • Chesterfield S40 3JN

SUDOKU Kindly sponsored by iDeal Carpets, Chatsworth Road. Tel: 01246 270202





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• Top quality at affordable prices. • Expert advice and personal service guaranteed. • Family run business. • Complete design, supply, planning and installation service. • All the work is undertaken by our own, expert, time served craftsman.

Showrooms: 456 Derby Road, Chesterfield S40 2EU. 139 Moorland View Road, Chesterfield S40 3PD.


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