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The community magazine for Brampton, Brookside , Somersall, Walton & Holymoorside

Welcome to our new readers in Ashgate, Brampton, Walton and Holymoorside

no. 13 May 2010 “The Arts Issue�

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So, back to this edition. We recently started our ‘behind the business’ feature and this month we interview Deirdre Gage from Created Gallery, you can check that out on page 8. Additionally, we have a feature on the Derbyshire Open Arts Take a look at page 22, this gives weekend, and the 9 artists in our you more info - but for businesses area that open their doors to you what you need to know is that S40 on the second bank holiday Local is about high quality, value weekend in May. New this month for money advertising. For the we feature business news, reader it’s about being able to find informing you of what you want as locally as changes within the possible, saving you time and businesses that effort and allowing us all to help advertise, and last but sustain our community. not least have you anything you want to sell? TLC Services: “we’ve had Forget ebay and great results from advertising place a with S40 local over the last 3 classified in S40 Local! months … we are both very

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What’s On? 27th March to 8th May

Exhibition - The Egyptians: 10am to 4pm. Chesterfield Museum and Art Gallery, St Marys Gate, Chesterfield. Contact 01246 345727 for details.

1st May to 3rd May

Family History Open Days: 10am to 4pm. Chesterfield Museum and Art Gallery, St Marys Gate, Chesterfield. Contact 01246 345727 for details.

Sunday 2nd May

Brampton Community Band @ Queens Park for the Mayors fund raising day. More details call 01246 236805, email bcband@hotmail.co.uk or browse bramptoncommunityband.piczo.com

Sunday 2nd May

Created Events: Spring Sunday at Created Gallery - May announces the return of Sunday opening at Created. So to forget the loss of Sunday lunches until January, the Gage family invite you to join them for cupcakes, cordial and a celebration of Spring. Starts at 1pm! Contact Deirdre on 01246 232205 or visit www.createdgallery.co.uk

Monday 3rd May

Chesterfield TUC May Day Market: 10:30am to 4pm. Chesterfield Market, Market Place, Chesterfield. Contact 01246 345777 for details.

Monday 3rd May

Crooked Spire Open Day: 10am to 3:30pm. Crooked Spire at Church of St Mary and All Saints, Chesterfield. Contact 01246 206506 for details.

Monday 3rd May

Fund Raising Day: Neptune Inn, St Helens Street, Newbold. Martha Lane is walking the Great Wall of China in October this year to raise funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust. They are having a fund raising day in the Neptune Inn to help their cause. If you would like to get involved please contact Martha on 07717 000247 or visit www.uk.virginmoneygiving.com/martha-and-joe. WOW (Worship on weekdays) at Storrs Road Methodist Church, Upper Moor Street, Brampton S40 3PY at 7.45pm (Coffee available from 7.30pm). Come and join us in the relaxed atmosphere and enjoy inspiration, praise and coffee. For further information email wowstorrsroad@hotmail.co.uk

Wednesday 5th May Thursday 6th May

Yeomans Walking Festival exhibition: 9am to 5:30pm. Chesterfield Tourist Information Centre, Rykneld Square, Chesterfield. Contact 01246 345777 for details.

Monday 10th May

North East Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology Society. David Wilmot Memorial Lecture. Tom Ingall: “The Great Central Railway”. 7.30pm at the Friends' Meeting House, Ashgate Rd. For info, phone Cliff on 01246 234212.

Tuesday 11th May

Chesterfield Civic Society: Planning in Chesterfield Mike Hayden, Head of Planning Services, Chesterfield Borough Services, will give an update on planning in Chesterfield. 7.30 in the Eyre Chapel, Newbold. All are welcome. Contact Yvonne Williamson 01246 566509 for more information.

Thursday 13th May

Singing for the Brain: St John's Church Centre, Walton Back Lane 2pm to 4pm. Anyone with dementia or any similar condition is very welcome to come along with their carers and enjoy an afternoon of tea, cake, song, chat and fun. Staff from the Alzheimer's Society will be on hand for advice. For more information contact the Alzheimer's Society on 01246 223366.

Saturday 15th May

Spring Fair: Ashgate Hospice - 11am till 1pm. Plants, books and many more stalls. Come along and support your local hospice. Contact 01246 567250 or www.ashgatehospice.nhs.uk for more details.

Sunday 16th May

Created Courses: Beginners Feltmaking @ Created Galley. 10.30am - 1.30pm. Contact Deirdre on 01246 232205 or visit www.createdgallery.co.uk

Friday 21st May

Barrel Organ - Patrick Cooke @ Chesterfield & District branch of Parkinson's UK’s monthly meeting in Saint John's Church Hall Walton, every third Friday of the month starting at 2.00 p. m. Contact Ann on 01246 566448 for more detail.

Saturday 22nd May

Young Musicians' Festival & Concert - come and enjoy an afternoon of young musical talent. Festival classes 1.30 - 3.30pm followed by Concert 4.00 - 5.00pm. Walton Holymoorside Primary School. Tickets £2 (£1 under 16). Details @ www.holymoorsidearts.co.uk or call Ann 01246 567118

Saturday 22nd May

Chesterfield Cats Protection: Spring Fair at Rose Hill United Reformed Church - near the Town Hall. Open 10.00 am to 2.30 pm - free admission. Refreshments, tombola, raffle, games, cake stall, home made crafts, CP merchandise.

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Holymoorside and Walton Arts Festival invites you to our annual

YOUNG MUSICIANS’ FESTIVAL & CONCERT Saturday 22nd May Walton Holymoorside Primary School, Holymoor Road, Holymoorside Festival Performances 1.30 - 3.30pm Ages 8 –18 variety of instrumentals and vocals

Concert 4.00 - 5.00pm Featuring festival performers and school choir Come and support our local young talents

TICKETS £2 (under 16’s £1) Teas available Full details and to book visit: www.holymoorsidearts.co.uk Tel: 01246 567118 (Ann) / 01246 861997 (Carole)

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What’s On? Sunday 23rd May

The History of Queen's Park and its Buildings. A free event led by the Friends of Queen's Park, part of the Peak District's Historic Border Country Festival. Meet at the bottom of the footbridge, Queen's Park at 11am. Booking advisable Chesterfield 01246 345777.

Friday 28th May

Evening preview for Clare Gage @ Created Gallery to mark start of DART. Free event. Come and meet the Gage family and see Clare's studio. 7.30-9.30pm. Contact Deirdre on 01246 232205 or visit www.createdgallery.co.uk

29th May to 31st May

Derbyshire Open Arts Exhibition - See page 12 and 13 for more details or pick up a brochure from Created Gallery @ 479 Chatsworth Road. There are 9 artists exhibiting in our area, 1 at Created Gallery and 8 more in Holymoorside URC Hall and Methodist Chapel. Open daily 11am - 5pm. Free Admission. Teas available. For more information visit: www.holymoorsidearts.co.uk

Monday 31st May

Chesterfield's annual Procession of Witness is to be held on Spring Bank Holiday Monday. Anyone interested in walking on the day is most welcome to join our group, leaving from the Gospel Mission (Old Road S40 2QZ) at 9.15 am. Please contact Tina for details - 01246 557719.

Tuesday 8th June

Civic Society. There will be a talk on the story of John Allen's rise to fame in the world of knitting. 7.30 in the Eyre Chapel Newbold. All are welcome. Contact Yvonne Williamson (01246) 566509) for more information.

Thursday 10th June

Singing for the Brain: St John's Church Centre, Walton Back Lane 2pm to 4pm. See details on 13th May listing.

Wednesday 23rd June

WOW (Worship on weekdays) at Storrs Road Methodist Church, Upper Moor Street, Brampton S40 3PY at 7.45pm. (Coffee available from 7.30pm) Come and join us in the relaxed atmosphere and enjoy inspiration, praise and coffee. For further information email wowstorrsroad@hotmail.co.uk

4th July

Rob1nson Bowls Club: Open Day - The Dam on Walton Road from 12 noon until 6 pm. All are welcome to come and try crown green bowling. We have a supply of bowls and just ask that flat shoes are worn on the green. Contact Marilyn Blackwell on 01246 270039.

REGULAR EVENTS Every Tuesday

The Olive Branch 'Drop In' @ Brampton Moor Methodist Church, Chatsworth Road. Every Tuesday 10a.m. to 1.30p.m. Refreshments available. All welcome.

Alternate Tuesdays

Bible Study group meets at 7 pm at the Gospel Mission Congregational Church. Contact Tina on 01246 557719.

Every Wednesday

Brampton Ladies Club meet at 7.30 for 8pm at Old Hall Junior School and meetings are held on every Wednesday evening during school term time with a speaker and fellowship. For further details phone 01246 272333.

PUB NEWS & EVENTS Blue Stoops: Matlock Road. The Blue Stoops is holding a mini beer festival on Friday 28th to Monday 30th May with 5 beers from the Idle Brewery, and on the 29th May Anthony & Jo are holding their 1st anniversary party, fancy dress “Stars of the Big Screen” theme with a disco and buffet. Rose & Crown: Old Road. General Knowledge quiz every Tuesday night - gallon of ale for the winner. Last Sunday of each month, Music quiz - gallon of ale for the winner & rolling cash prize for 100% score. Peacock Inn: Chatsworth Road. Quiz Night on Mondays start with free food, a gallon of ale for the winner and the £100 quiz question. Folk Night on Thursdays, come along and enjoy the singing. Star Inn: Chatsworth Road: Pub Quiz on Tuesday and Sunday nights. Why not come along? You might end up winning a load of free beer!

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Behind the business: Deirdre Gage @ Created Gallery

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o Deirdre, tell us about yourself and your background.

“I’m originally from Leeds and moved to Chesterfield with my husband Dominic in 1986. Dominic is a physiotherapist and potter. I was working as a teacher until 2005 when I decided I’d had enough so I found myself a studio in the courtyard of Eyam Hall in the Peak District. I started selling my work as a textile artist and teaching feltmaking.” You’ve not been on Chatsworth Road long, what made you establish Created? “In 2007 we were approached by Libby Morris & she described the idea behind 479. She wondered if I might be interested in owning a craft gallery upstairs and if Dom might be interested in taking workshop space at the rear of 479 for his pottery studio. At the time, our daughter

Clare was just about to finish her degree and had won a major award from the Royal Society of Arts. This gave her money to establish a studio and she decided to take the studio space at 479. After some discussion in the family, we hit on the plan to open Created and to close Woolgathering in Eyam. I was reluctant to lose my workshop space but I’ve just found a new workshop in Brampton Courtyard, courtesy of Liam Jacques and plan to start new courses there from May 2010. My time will be split between the gallery and the courtyard and Clare will be in the gallery along with Dominic to cover all our opening times.”

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What are the highlights of Created? “Customers coming back again and again because the gifts they’ve bought from us have been so well received. And people visiting us for the first time because they loved their gift from Created and just had to find the shop!

As a lover of cake, I enjoy our celebrations at the Gallery such as Strawberry Sunday and Autumn Afternoon. There’s no real reason for “It’s the handmade gallery! Everything them except to force tea and cake onto our customers, friends, family, we stock is made by craftspeople in gallery makers – anyone who strolls the British Isles.” in. Dom’s mum (Grandma Mary) is our What’s the biggest challenge? So what did we ought to know about CG?

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“Getting people to understand that craft means well designed and skilfully made quality products. Through programmes such as ‘Kirsty’s Homemade Home’ and Monty Don’s ‘Mastercrafts’ people are beginning to understand the skills in both designing and making that make you a craftmaker.”

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cake maker and she has developed quite a following. We usually have an exhibition on in part of the gallery and the artist will be there to chat with over a piece of cake. They are very informal events. But fun.”

fray when cut, is heat resistant and makes a great basis for starting a textile project. Or you can use it as a table mat (heat resistant, remember). But that’s just the beginning with feltmaking.”

How many people are involved in Created? Are they all creative?

You always seem so active in the community. Other than Created, where might people see you?

“Created is a family business with Dom, Clare and I involved on a day to day basis but the rest of our clan are dragged in to help. Our eldest son Brendan takes our publicity photographs but works as a theatre lighting technician. Daniel our youngest son and his girlfriend Helen write press releases from their home in Hampshire. Miranda is our youngest daughter at school in Chesterfield but often seen on stage in local theatres. Then there is Robyn Carr, Clare’s friend from uni and a talented designer/maker, my cousin Ben who is studying art and last but not least is Clare’s fiancé, Jon Sim. You’ll see them all in Created at some time or other.”

“I play the tenor horn in Brampton Community Band. Miranda, Dom and I are involved in Hasland Theatre Company with Dom stage managing, Miranda acting and I act or direct.” There’s a lot of change happening on Chatsworth Road at present, what do you think to it all? “I’m very excited, obviously. I’m always intrigued to see what happens next. This is the area we live in so I enjoy telling people what’s new on their doorstep because it’s our doorstep too. It’s important to spread the word when change is happening.”

Q3 Best thing about the community around you? “I really enjoy living here. I’ve lived here a long time so the place is full of friends. “

So the standard Who is the most inspiring artist you’ve questions that we’ll be asking displayed/stocked? everyone about S40. “That’s a tricky one. I love Lucy Palmer’s fairytale inspired jewellery Q1 Favourite and Michelle Freemantle’s serene ceramics but for all round success as a place to go for a meal? craftmaker I have to choose Margo Selby. She is a master weaver and uses fantastic colourways in her work. “I’m still waiting to get in at the It’s inspiring to see how she has Poachers Rest turned her work into a successful but I had lunch business.” at Nonna’s recently and it What inspires you? was great.” “I get my inspiration from the fibres that I work with in felting or spinning. Q2 Favourite place to go for a I’m really a fibre artist not a textile walk or escape artist.” from it all? So what would I expect to learn from “I spend a lot of one of your feltmaking courses? time walking Lucy (our dog) “On a beginner’s feltmaking course, you’d start with some ‘fluff’ and at the on Walton Dam but I love the end of the session you would have a fantastic piece of material that won’t Tissington Trail.” Feltmaking

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Ten things in the garden for May Thanks to Paul @ Ashgate Garden Care

Spring is now well upon us and the trees and shrubs in your garden will hopefully be growing in leaps and bounds. So this month you need to... 1. 2. 3. 4.

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Mow your lawn on a regular basis. Keep hoeing your flower beds and veggie plot to keep weeds under control. Lift and divide daffodils and other spring flowering bulbs. Start thinking about giving your conifers and other evergreen hedges their first cut. Check for nesting birds before you start. Plant out summer bedding plants after Whit Sunday or when the risk of frost has gone. Prune Ribes and Berberis after they have flowered. Clean your patio and garden furniture in preparation for the first BBQ of the year … hopefully. Coppice or pollard Eucalyptus trees to keep them under control. Earth up early potatoes. Ensure any newly planted shrubs do not run out of water.

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Libby’s cards • gifts • Ian M orris antiques • jew ellery • interiors

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Derbyshire Open Arts: On Your Doorstep ay 29th – 31st brings our second bank holiday weekend in May, and the fifth annual Derbyshire Open Arts (“Darts”) event, where artists throw open their homes, studios, gather in public halls or venues to offer you the opportunity to meet them, view and perhaps buy their work, find out more and be inspired. The event reaches every corner of our county, and we are lucky to have nine artists displaying in this very area.

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A swift look at the promotional booklet, which you can pick up for free from Created Gallery, at 479 Chatsworth Road, features all artists participating (more than 140). So if you want to find out more, go and get yourself a booklet. In S40 Local, I wanted to introduce you to those nine participants showing on our doorstep...

Clare Gage (1) is an award winning ceramic artist creating elegant porcelain tableware in her signature textile-inspired style. She works from her studio to the rear of four7nine on Chatsworth Road. Clare's studio will be open for you to have a look around Liz Wellby and Created Gallery (owned by Clare's family) will be open during the weekend giving you the chance to discover more creative pieces whilst you visit. On the 28th May from 7:30 – 9:30, Created are hosting a Preview Party to celebrate the start of the “Darts” weekend, so why not come along and kick off a creative weekend in style.

Andy Rodgers (2) Andy’s been involved in Derbyshire Open Arts since its beginnings and so this year he’s ‘giving it a go’ and taking part. “Basically, it's a bit of fun for me - I'm retired, so fortunate that I don’t need to take it too seriously. Hence my ‘Overground Art’, the main part of what I'll have on show, it includes one of Chesterfield, ‘Derbyshire Overground’ ... and even a ‘Holymoorside Overground’. I’ll also have framed photographs and photograph greetings cards based on the photos on display.” 12 12

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Liz Wellby (3) Drawing, painting and prints inspired by still life imagery and Chinese wallpapers. Original works and reproductions available. Kate Pheasey (4) Modern Mosaic art, contemporary abstracts to rustic animals using a variety of materials, from rusted barbed wire to stained glass. It’s not just little squares! Kate lives and works at Rowland near Bakewell.

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“I studied Art & Design at Chesterfield College in the mid 1990's, started making mosaics in 2003 and have exhibited in the Derbyshire Open Arts event since its inception in 2006. I love the whole process of mosaics from the first idea, the design, and the "making" process. Sometimes my work is idea/image led and other times material led. I enjoy experimenting with different techniques and materials. I do use a lot of stained glass in my mosaics but have used materials as diverse as rusted metal and feathers. I exhibit at local art events and galleries, and happily take on commissions”.

Lucy Palmer (5) Lucy creates unique and beautiful jewellery inspired by myths, fairytales and folk lore, with an emphasis on animals and the natural world. In her jewellery she escapes the mundane and creates a magical world of far away places, enchanted forests and mysterious creatures. The intricate designs are cut by hand in precious metals and are often layered to give a three dimensional, miniature stage. Techniques used to embellish the surface, include ‘Keum Boo’, an ancient Korean technique of fusing pure gold foil to silver.

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After graduating from Nottingham Trent University with a degree in ‘Decorative Arts’, Lucy spent several years working as a Community Artist before returning to focus on producing her own work. Each piece of jewellery is handmade by Lucy in her workshop at Banks Mill studios, Derby. Please ensure you mention S40 Local when responding

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Derbyshire Open Arts: On Your Doorstep Jennie Merriman ( 6) My work centres on the development of weaving using a variety of structures, and often includes the use of acrylic sheet and wood. “I began my textile work as an embroiderer. After taking City and Guilds embroidery and design courses in Sheffield I began to develop an affinity for working with acrylic sheet, initially to present my textile work and then it became an integral part of the work. I drilled holes in the clear transparent plastic to stitch into it with a variety of threads, and incorporated digitally manipulated images, sometimes creating many layers to the work. As my work progresses I create my own ways of working, as there are no traditional techniques to follow and I often have to find my own way and develop a new set of rules to inform the process.

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Compositions progress from a simple geometric basis working towards the characteristics of harmony and discipline. Starting with a two dimensional frame it builds upon itself to create three dimensional structures and patterns of stability between the various entities”.

Jerry Daniel ( 7) Pictorial photography based on minor landscape features. “My landscape images use details rather than traditional views, rarely including the horizon. Illuminating this obvious reference point increases the potential for landscapes to go beyond identifiable locations, and become interpretations, a vehicle for my creative ideas which are still influenced by my art school years. However, I’m sure there are other unconscious stimulants from the multimedia we absorb daily. I interpret landscapes by imposing my cultural values onto trees, water and rocks. This process is mostly intuitive but also careful composition, often involving several visits to a location, or combining images with different exposure values, filters or focus. The images have minor manipulations and enhancements in Photoshop”. 14 14

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Karen Herrick (8) Karen from Harlequin Arts, based in Brampton Courtyard, produces a range of textile art inspired by colour and nature, utilising both hand and machine stitch, from banners and pictures to smaller items. Throughout the year, Karen works all across the county and beyond, leading a variety of bespoke creative art workshops for schools, local councils and health authorities. Connecting Our Community

Karen also accepts commissions. Come and see her art work, chat and find out more.

Moira Clinch Ferguson (9) Moira is a potter/teacher, whose work includes commemorative items for celebrations and special events miniature cradles, plates and money boxes, using decorative coloured slips. “I also make a range of stoneware


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containers for plants and flowers, decorative Green Man masks and relief plaques inspired by ancient stone and wood carvings. My work is inspired by natural organic forms and the wealth of craftsmanship from our past.”

Where are they exhibiting? Artist 1 is exhibiting at Created Gallery, 479 Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield S40 3AD Artists 2, 3, 4, 5 are exhibiting at the United Reform Church, Holymoorside S42 7EJ. Artists 6,7,8,9 are exhibiting at the Holymoorside Methodist Chapel, New Road, Holymoorside S42 7EW

More information Free DARTS brochures are available from Created Gallery or www.derbyshireopenarts.co.uk

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CAUTIOUS OPTIMISM FOR INVESTORS lowly but surely, investors are seeing signs which give cause for cautious confidence in 2010 and beyond. The dark days of March 2009, when the London stock markets hit rock bottom, are in the past and most major stock indices have since rallied strongly.

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performance of global stock markets since March 2009 has been strong. Recovery is likely to remain cautious, as the focus remains on countries repairing their balance sheets and interest rates remaining low for most of the year. Falling interest rates have meant returns from deposits have diminished sharply over the last year and led some investors to experience a loss of income.

value for the last two decades, with many companies seemingly well positioned to capitalise on a pick-up in activity after slashing their cost bases in the downturn.

Corporate bond markets were one of the success stories last year, particularly in high yield debt, and while conditions will not be as favourable this year, the outlook remains strong. Government bonds, There are still numerous obstacles on on the other hand, have been under the road to recovery, but the signs for optimism are there. Equities (shares) An environment of low interest rates pressure as investors anticipate the and low inflation has meant that cash end of the policy of monetary have always performed well as stimulus known as Quantitative economies recover, and although past has remained the lowest yielding asset class. However, these prevailing Easing, which is likely to create an performance is not indicative of conditions appear to be well suited to abundance of supply putting future performance, they have delivered strong investment returns in a continuation of equity market downward pressure on Gilt prices. strength. previous recovery cycles. And on the subject of Quantitative On a positive note, last year’s Easing, one concern for the future House prices are rebounding, Barclays Equity Gilts Study from this policy remains the potential although the outlook remains less stated: “Equities are likely to risk of inflation, which can seriously clear, and capital price erosion in outperform (government) damage your wealth. The price of commercial property has eased, with bonds over the next decade gold – seen as a classic hedge against record returns seen in December 2009 because equity yields are inflation – has, along with other (Source: IPD). Slowly, the financial already high whereas commodity prices, rallied sharply in system is beginning to normalise. government bond yields have the last year. yet to rise. A year ago, investors were But on a positive note, last year’s understandably very anxious about Barclays Equity Gilts Study stated: Historical data (Source: Thomson the financial crisis and regrettably “Equities are likely to outperform Reuters Datastream, Schroders. NB. some became so despondent that (government) bonds over the next Data: Equity S&P 500 TR & US 10yr they capitulated. Even when the decade because equity yields are Govt. bonds from 1950 to 2009, outlook remains uncertain, and already high whereas government investor resolve is tested to the full as Lehman US High Yield from 1983 bond yields have yet to rise. If history 2009, Lehman US Corporate it has been since the start of the is any guide, such a period should Investment Grade from 1973 -2009, credit crunch, the importance of present long-term investors with an S&P GSCI commodity (1970 -2009)) remaining invested throughout opportunity to gain cheap access to shows that equities have cannot be overstated. outperformed other asset classes in corporate profits and net worth.” At the depressed stock market levels previous recoveries as corporate of early 2009, it was not unreasonable profitability returns after the period to assume that those investors who of consolidation in recessionary times. To receive a free Guide to held their nerve and were prepared to After such a significant recovery in Wealth Management, take a medium to long term view stock markets, however, Retirement Planning or were likely to be ultimately rewarded. consideration should be given on Inheritance Tax Planning produced by Somersall whether equities continue to offer At the time, the journalist and Financial Management Ltd ‘value’. The end of the first ten years economist Anatole Kaletsky said: contact Peter Boardman on of this new millennium saw valuations “What we know for sure is that 01246 559616 or email Peter on move back above the long term financial crises are a natural feature of peter.boardman@sjpp.co.uk average. However, they look far from the capitalist system. We also know expensive and represent the best that after every crisis, financial markets and the real economy eventually recover.” Therefore, for the medium to long term investor with a diversified portfolio of investments, equity markets offer opportunities. They say time is a great healer, and the 16

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Maldivian Retreat hether you’re planning a special break, a romantic interlude or just an extraordinary family break, the Maldives is certainly the destination for a holiday of a lifetime.

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If you doubted that paradise existed you’ve never visited this beautiful Maldivian retreat. Recently I visited Halaveli one of the many Maldivian islands, which was transformed and reopened in April 2009 by the Constance group, and now provides the exquisite island retreat of the Constance Halaveli Resort. Our journey began on an overnight flight from Birmingham airport via Dubai to Male. We were met and swiftly escorted to the resorts private lounge to await our transfer, a 20 minute journey by sea plane to our

very own Robinson Crusoe Island, with a very 21st century touch of luxury. It sits floating in the North Ari atoll, shaped like a curved Dhoni (Maldivian Boat), a theme very much apparent throughout the island. The Five star Halaveli resort is a place where time seems to have stopped and dreams really do become reality, it’s certainly a place to relax and regenerate in overwhelming peacefulness. The island has one of the longest jetties in the Maldives, elegantly standing over a remarkably tempting turquoise lagoon. Here you can find the 57 water villas, all offering outstanding privacy and comfort. The villas are creatively designed with high ceilings that represent the shape of the Dhoni, they are spacious and furnished to a very high standard; all have flat screen TV, wifi and apple Mac computer technology. The bathrooms are 18 18

stunning with freestanding bathtubs virtually on the deck, so after a very hard day you can soak in luxurious bath oils watching the sunset over the lagoon. I told you paradise does really exist! The outside space is as breathtaking; you have your own secluded sundeck which leads onto an infinity plunge pool dropping off into the azure waters of the Indian Ocean and steps lead down into the water where you can swim with an array of tropical fish. The beach villas in comparison, of which there are 28 in all, are dotted around the island with beachfront location. They are shielded by tropical gardens which offer immense privacy. To the front there’s a quiet retreat for morning breakfast or evening in villa dining. To the rear, the villas have large open air bathrooms with sunken bathtubs and rainforest showers, the 8 double storey villas are ideal for families.

international cuisine. Alternatively you can dine alfresco at the MEERU beach grill, a stunning setting for sundowners. The third option JING, a breathtaking overwater restaurant which features speciality fusion food where East really does meet West. To compliment each meal there’s an extensive wine list which takes an enchanting “journey” around the worlds wine lands. To help or guide you is one of the three Sommelier’s, whose knowledge is exceptional. A guided tour around one of the 2 wine cellars is a must, a wine dinner can also be organised. For those looking for something other than relaxing in a private poolside Cabana or beachside lounger, there’s an array of water sports to choose

Once you’ve stepped out of your villa, you may ask, what now? Well for me the culinary experience was among one of the highlights of the trip. Admittedly a bit of a foodie, I was utterly amazed by the variety and standard of the gastronomic delights that were set in front of me at every opportunity. Too many fresh fruits to recognise or remember, fish of every variety freshly caught from the local waters, homemade breads, cakes and puddings to die for, meats so succulent and tender, the list is endless; and if you didn’t see what you wanted, one of the many top chefs would be honoured to prepare your favourite dish. I’ve never been so spoilt in all my life! There is a choice of three restaurants, JAHAZ, the main dining area which is primarily self service, with an exceptional array of divinely delicious Connecting Our Community

from. Whether it’s just snorkelling around the coral reef independently or joining one of the organised sessions the choice is yours. For the more adventurous or experienced you can dive to see the rich diversity of marine life in, what is said to be, one of the three best dive sites in the Maldives. Other activities include sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, waterskiing, there’s even a fishing trips where you can bring home your supper. The air conditioned fully equipped gym looked inviting, especially after one too many deserts, but I have to admit the short walk around the


island was usually enough for the feeling to pass. Those who choose to do nothing at all, will love the sumptuous Island Spa which provides the ultimate place to be pampered. It offers an

Jo travelled to the Maldives with Emirates Airlines and If Only. To find out more or enquire about a holiday in the Maldives please telephone her at Travel Advisors UK Ltd on 01246 555777 or call in and see her at 358 Chatsworth Road.

extensive range of treatments located in over water treatment rooms. Did I hear the word ‘paradise’ mentioned again? From the moment you were greeted at Male airport till that last parting handshake and smile from the friendliest people I have ever had the pleasure of meeting, I have to say that I have never experienced such sumptuous luxury, relaxation, culinary delight and overwhelming feeling of peace.

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Route 66 In the Autumn Brampton based Ted Brooker is set to achieve one of his lifetime ambitions when he rides the full length of Route 66 from Chicago to Los Angeles on a Harley Davidson motorbike. As Ted celebrated his 66th birthday last December it seemed sensible to celebrate the linkage in a positive way. So Ted has decided to try and raise as much money as possible for our own Ashgate Hospice. He's set an initial target of £2453 which is based on the route mileage but would obviously love to raise more.

more people and organisations it makes the target more likely to be achieved. I'm sure it will be the trip of my lifetime and helping others at

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S40 Expansion I started S40 Local over a year ago to meet my need for good quality, value for money advertising for my decorating business. I started delivering to just over 4000 addresses and it’s grown to 4350, this month I will distribute to an additional 3700 properties taking the total circulation to approximately 8000 addresses - the new area is shown on the map. My aim is to encourage us all to shop and buy our products and services from businesses within the community, wherever possible. This supports our neighbours, keeps the place we live vibrant in difficult times and helps sustain a strong sense of community. So it’s Green = Old Area good for our economy, Red = Addional New Area environment and Brampton ourselves. Prices start from £25 for a colour advert, which I hope makes it affordable for all businesses. So, if you’re interested in getting involved you’ve got an event, something to share, a photo for the cover or you want to advertise, please give me a call on 01246 568 519 or email paul@s40local.co.uk. 22

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Energy, and Money, from the Sun For many years, people interested in using solar panels to generate their own power or heat their own water have had to accept it would take quite a while for their investment to pay back. However, a recent government programme has shortened the payback period significantly and made solar panels a much more sensible investment.

currently). If they feed it back to the grid, they get 5p/kWh. For a typical house, this can mean combined savings and earnings of around £1000/ year, on a system that costs maybe £10,000 to install. The payments are guaranteed for 25 years, and pegged to inflation. A similar tariff will be introduced for solar thermal panels (the kind that heat your water).

As of 1 April, owners of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels (the ones that produce electricity) will be paid 41.3p/kWh for whatever they produce, whether they use it or not. If they use it, of course, they save what they would have paid their electricity provider (around 12.5p/kWh

If the price of electricity goes up, which is pretty likely in the next 25 years, you will earn and save even more. It’s much more complicated than this, with payments for other forms of renewable energy and restrictions on size and who can install the systems, etc., before you get to the technical complexities of the system itself. But there are plenty of companies willing to talk you through it, www.fitariffs.co.uk, for instance, has a great deal of useful information, which you can read without buying into their service package.

we offered another one and that sold out as well. We are now in discussions with the Council to offer a free workshop, as interest is so intense. In September, as part of our EcoHomes Open Days, you will be able to see several houses in Chesterfield that have had solar panels installed, along with a variety of other energy efficiency technologies and environmentally friendly innovations. Last September, we opened five homes and over eighty people visited one or more of the homes. Being able to talk to ordinary people who live in houses like yours, hear their stories, and see the systems in place and working can inspire you and dispel some fears.

Transition Chesterfield offered a Bill Leverett workshop which sold out very quickly, Transition Chesterfield

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BRAMPTON CARPETS & BLINDS • Choose In The Comfort Of Your Own Home • Days/Evenings/ Weekends • Competitive Prices • Full Fitting Service • Domestic or Commercial • Solar Control Window Film

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Business News We want to keep you posted about things that are happening with the businesses in our area. This month we’ve got a little good news for the planet from Brampton Carpets, an unusual and rare framing from Brampton Picture Framers and Yoga in Bulgaria with Linda Thompson.

Chalk Board Panels Brampton Carpets are offering a new range of Redwell infrared heaters, which give a 70% saving in operating cost compared to your old electric heaters and (potentially) 50% off your gas bill.

them, yet the comfort level and warmth feel exactly the same.

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The Austrian range features different surface colours - a black chalkboard, mirrors, glass types, pictures or even your own image. Surround options include frameless, aluminium, wooden or white. Graham plans to increase the range of energy efficient products to enhance the present range of carpets, blinds and awnings. Go and see him at 217 Chatsworth Road for more detail, they’re also exhibiting the Redwell products in London in May at the Grand Designs Live show.

2.7m piece of steel chemically fixed to the wall! It's a job few framers in the UK would want to take on, it shows real quality craftsmanship. LINDA Thompson Yoga will be teaching yoga at Aztec Villa, Sozopol, Bulgaria for one week commencing Sunday 1st August. If you’re after a relaxing holiday combining yoga, local culture, walking, cycling, swimming, sailing, painting, etc, please contact her on 01246 557303 for further details or visit www.yoga-world.com.

Brampton Picture Framers are proud of a recent job to frame an antique tribal dress - worth £5000+, 9m long with a 3m x 1m frame. It was framed to a very high standard, including over To include your business news here 200 stitches holding the dress in email news@S40Local.co.uk or give place. The framed piece weighed me a call on the usual number. over 150kg and was supported by a

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PC Randell’s Update Following the community panel meeting held in February the priority issues I will be looking at are:

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handbag and purse thefts from the local supermarket. I have been carrying out regular patrols around the supermarket to reassure shoppers and held a crime prevention stall giving out purse chains and safety advice I will also be working to reduce the number of burglaries and theft from motor vehicles across Walton and West, and an ongoing operation to target theft from motor vehicles has led to a number of arrests in the area. I will continue to target these issues I have been offering Smartwater to local residents to protect their property. This is a device that marks property with a unique code is a deterrent to burglars

If you would like have an input in helping decide the priority issues I will tackle in the coming months, please come along to the next neighbourhood panel meeting at Walton Evangelical Church on Thursday 1st July from 5pm onwards. On Wednesday 28th April the mobile Police Station will be outside Morrisons, Chatsworth Road to gve out security advice to customers. Please visit the Derbyshire police website to find out more about the Walton and West Safer Neighbourhood Team and the latest crime figures for the area. PC 2397 Randell

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S40 Local: Classifieds Can’t be bothered with all the hassle of ebay? Simply want to sell items that you no longer need as they are filling the garage of loft? Or perhaps you want to sell the car or even your house? Then get in touch with us here at S40 Local. We would like to establish a classified page which enables you to sell on your items, and people can even pop round and pick them up as they will be on your doorstep … no more need to wrap them and get yourself down to the Post Office! As this is a new idea there may be some teething troubles, but the idea is this, we make the 8000 household in your area aware of your advert, they contact you and away you go.

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Pricing would work like this; items under £100 would be advertised for free, items £100 and above would be charged at £5 per advert and larger adverts with an image, like our first advert, the IPL machine, would be price on application. We only have a page available at first, so it makes sense to get in touch early.

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So what have you got to lose? We look forward to hearing from you.

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Description: A rare opportunity to acquire a hardly used IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) treatment machine (price when new £25,000). For the treatment of skin conditions and permanent hair removal. Comes with 5 different heads (each for special use). This machine is an ideal addition to your salon or beauty clinic.


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Top Quality Kitchens & Bedrooms at Affordable Prices A range of beautiful kitchens on display in our showroom

All bespoke units & doors UK made Expert advice and personal service guaranteed Family run business Complete design & supply Planning & installation service All work is undertaken by expert, timetime-served craftsman Disabled access and offoff-road parking Finance now available

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Hardwood Hardwood windows, doors and conservatories now display quality as well as efficiency, and can be tailored individually to suit the age and style of your home. Made from renewable and sustainable sources hardwood now offers a real long life and low maintenance solution.

PVCu Setting new standards for premium performance and design Imperial Windows’ products benefit from quality materials and advanced technology. Manufacturing all our own PVCu windows, doors and conservatories we can offer unrivalled aesthetics, function, security and durability.

Soffits & Facias With demand at an all time high for soffits & facias we have ready made solutions using the most advanced & durable products available.

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Middle East Food We can provide a delicious range of food from the middle east cooked right here in Somersall.

Homemade food from the Middle East … on your doorstep

We provide Starters, Soups/Stews, Sides, Main Meals, Desserts/Cakes and drinks. A sample meal below shows a choice from each course. Samosa and Falafel Starter Qoozi Al-Sham

£2.00 £6.50

Mixed rice with small pieces of lamb, sultanas and pine nuts wrapped in a thin layer of pastry

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Call us for a menu and to find out more. We can cater for any allergy and look forward to providing you with a great taste of the Middle East. K Jassim.

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Grass & Hedge Cutting Service Fully Insured Established 1989 Tel: 01246 206775 Mobile 07796 332463 Berwick Close - Walton - Chesterfield S40 3NY

Mini Diggers - £40 per day Self Drive or Operated MOT Type 1 - £18.35 (incl VAT) Grit Sand - £29.85 (incl VAT) Ballast - £31.30 (incl VAT) Building Sand - £30.65 (incl VAT)

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Prom Dresses Cruise Wear Wedding Outfits Be Gorgeous! Tel: 01246 235 336 420 Chatsworth Road, Brampton Chesterfield S40 3BQ www.lbdclothes.co.uk

BIRDS FUNERAL SERVICES Established 1913 Father & daughter familyfamily-run business 24 hour service with Private Chapel of Rest PrePre-Paid Golden Charter Funeral Plans available Tel: 01246 566592 Mob: 07831 851 639 44 Loads Road, Holymoorside, Chesterfield S42 7EU

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