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Bike Week 13th - 21st June

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INTRO: Hi everyone, Welcome to our 3rd issue of S40 Local. We’ve now delivered over 8000 copies and I‘m glad to say that the word is spreading. We have many new local businesses and tradesmen who are keen for us to shop with them or use their local services, we’ve expanded to 24 pages too! Much of this growth is down to you with your interest and input to the community page and ‘What’s On’ guide. I’ve been contacted about the services and items we’ve listed and feedback is still very positive about what we’re doing. Please keep it coming to mail@S40local.co.uk it’s great to get your messages and it means people across our community can get together or find out what’s happening round the corner. Don’t forget, we want to hear from you if you; • Can share information or write an article about something relevant to S40 • Want to advertise your business to the 4000+ addresses & 13,000 readers in the distribution area • Are organising a local event and want people in S40 to come along and support you we list this for free on the “What’s on Page” • Have any ideas to improve the magazine • Have taken a great local photo that we can feature on the front cover. A plea from us at S40 Local – if you need services, keep it local, use the people in S40 local and tell them where you saw the advert. This is especially important for the shops as I’m not sure this feedback always gets back to the proprietors. But back to this issue – lot’s of activity in the community, it’s bike week in June and the Chesterfield Cycle Campaign are organising events to get us on our bikes, so check out their article. The 3rd Brampton Scout Group have been in touch, so have a look at their article and see if you can spot anyone you know. Oh and don’t forget Fathers Day on the 21st June – perhaps he’s always fancied learning the guitar, or you could treat him to a Chinese take away, pampering treatments at one of the beauty salons, beers from the brewery, fitness club membership or (perhaps a little excessive) a new bike? Anyway any of these services can be sourced locally through businesses advertising in S40 Local, so we know a man who can, so to speak. Thanks again for all your support and please remember to mention S40 Local! Paul. Call: Email:

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June 2009 (deadline for July issue is Friday 19th June)

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FIFTEEN YEARS OF EXCELLENCE IN CHESTERFIELD

DIRECTIONS THEATRE ARTS

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Having fun all week ending in a show on the Saturday Evening.

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15 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE 2009 sees the 15th Anniversary of ‘Directions Theatre Arts’ (DTA). DTA started out as a small Dancing School holding classes at the Y.M.C.A. Chesterfield, today it is a thriving Musical Theatre School and College specialising in the ‘Triple-Threat’ - Dancing, Singing and Drama.

‘Beatles’ plus worked with Cabarets on Cruise Ships.

DTA boasts classes to suit everyone and believes that every child should be encouraged to experience the pleasure of ‘Performing Arts’. Not only do they learn a skill but it’s a good way to keep fit, improve reading capabilities, social interaction, confidence Throughout the last fifteen years DTA has seen building and discipline. A parent was heard to say pupils come and go, a lot of those pupils have gone recently that she could think of no better environment on to careers in the industry either as performers or to bring her children in to which is praise indeed. teachers but even those pupils who chose not to Not only does DTA encourage pupils to perform but pursue a career in performing arts have said that they also to take part in examinations with awarding gained a great deal from the experience of being a bodies such as the International Dance Teachers member of DTA. Association, The Royal Academy of Dance and DTA is run by husband and wife team Julie and Geoff Trinity Guildhall. Cox. Julie attended Dance lessons as a child at the If you require further information about DTA, please Brenda Blakesley School of Dance in Chesterfield visit the web site or the Sheffield Road Teaching where she was taught by, in her opinion, one of the Studios. best Ballet Teachers of her time Mrs Audrey Walker who incidentally taught Julie’s Uncle a former dancer with The Young Generation appearing in the original feature films ‘Oliver’, ‘Sumer Holiday’ and ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’ to name but a few. Geoff is a former musician who was part of a group in the Call 01246 854 455 or 07973 768 144 Sixties who performed on the same bill as the www.directionstheatrearts.org

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What’s On Now – 26th September

'Hidden Gems' - a changing display of items from the museum store. Discover your town's 'hidden gems'. Chesterfield Museum & Art Gallery from 10am - 4pm every day except Weds and Suns. FREE entry. Contact: 01246 345727.

6th June

Ashgate Hospice Garden Party at Ramshaw Lodge. Entertainment, side stalls, pony rides, ride on miniature railway - fun for all the family. From 1.30 - 4.30 pm.

7th June

Open farm Sunday at Hardwick Park Farm from 10am – 4pm Guided farm walks, children's craft activities and farming demonstrations - weather permitting. More details on the: Open farm Sunday 2009 website and type in Hardwick Park Farm.

6th – 7th June

Float Your Boat family fun on Chesterfield Canal from 11 am-3 pm at Tapton Lock Visitor Centre, Chesterfield. Tel: 08456 058058.

6th – 9th June

County Cricket Derbyshire v Gloucestershire (County Championship) 11 am at Queen’s Park, Chesterfield Tel: 01246 345777/8 for tickets.

8th – 13th June

Sutton Scarsdale Church Open Week from 12 noon at St Mary's Church, Sutton Scarsdale Tel: 01246 828978.

10th June

Classic Car Show - Classic and customised cars at Renishaw Hall Gardens nr Chesterfield from 4pm– 9pm. Tel: 01246 432310.

11th June

Chesterfield Farmers’ Market 9 am-4 pm on Central Pavement, Chesterfield. Contact: 01246 345777/8

13th – 21st June

Bike Week: See article on Chesterfield Cycle Campaign for details for events

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Holymoorside and Walton 7th annual Arts Festival Event - Poetry and Song evening 7.30 at the Holymoorside Village Hall.

20th June

Holymoorside and Walton 7th annual Arts Festival Events - For tickets contact 01246 56718 or 01246 861997 email: holymoorartsfest@aol.com - "Singing for All" Workshop 10.00 - 1.00pm at the Holymoorside URC Hall - An Afternoon with crime thriller writer Sophie Hannah from 2.30 - 4.00pm at the Holymoorside URC Hall - Vocal Vices – a thrilling new show from the HATSTAND OPERA at St John’s Church on Walton Back Lane. Tickets £10.00 or £3.00 for 12 – 12 year olds

21st June

Holymoorside and Walton 7th annual Arts Festival Events For tickets contact 01246 56718 or 01246 861997 email: holymoorartsfest@aol.com - A Taste of the Middle East - dancing and drumming workshop for all the family fun. Free Entry 2.00 - 4.30pm at the Holymoorside Village Hall - Jazz Supper Party - Eloise Short Quartet 7.00pm at the Holymoorside Village Hall.

27th June

'Meet a Victorian ropemaker' from 11am - 4pm at Revolution House, Old Whittington.

28th June

Chesterfield Farmers’ Market 9 am-4 pm on Central Pavement, Chesterfield. Contact: 01246 345777/8.

4th July

Family Fun Afternoon in Queen’s Park from 12 noon – 6pm organised by Walton Church with Chesterfield South Safer Neighbourhood Team and other churches. Activities, games, 5-a-side football, community stalls, police, fire service, a stage, music, dance workshops, a magician, food stalls … to name a few. Come and see what’s going on in Chesterfield. Entrance is free. Contact Janet Ayres 01246 231 002 or email: office@waltonchurch.org

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Ashgate Hospice Summer Fair from 11.00am to 3.00pm at the Hospice (see the community page for more details).

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Chesterfield Cycle Campaign & Bike Week What is it? The Chesterfield Cycle Campaign was formed as a pressure group to try to improve the infrastructure for cycling in the Chesterfield area and we currently have over 300 members. We believe that cycling can be a realistic sustainable transport solution for journeys around the town. We have regular meetings and dialogue with both Chesterfield Borough Council and Derbyshire County Council to further our aims. Members receive a quarterly newsletter which is available to non members at various outlets in Chesterfield. Our next edition will be published in June to coincide with Bike Week. How can I get involved in Bike Week? We will be holding various events during Bike Week as below to which anyone is invited. Saturday 13th June: A cycling information stall in New Square together with 'Dr Bike' where you can come and get a free check up on your bike. Sunday 21st June: We will lead a 10 mile ride from Tapton Lock Visitors Centre at 2.00pm out through Inkersall and back along the canal using the Trans Pennine Trail. Wednesday, 24th June: We have an evening ride starting from outside the Queen's Park Cafe at 6.30pm. This one is about 4 miles, out along the Holmebrook Valley Trail, across Ashgate on quiet roads and back to the park on the Hipper Valley Trail. Alternatively why not make the biggest change and try cycling to work if you’ve not done it before. There is a growing network of safe cycleways across Chesterfield which may well enable you to get where you need and avoid major roads and routes. Still not convinced? Check out www.ehow.com/how_2312216_making-excuses-not-bikingwork.html it features the 7 most refuted reasons why people won’t bike to work and offers ways round them. So go on get on you bike and get involved. More details of Bike Week events and much more can be found on our website www.chesterfieldcc.org.uk. If you are interested in becoming a CCC member the please get in touch, the greater our members numbers the more chance we have of making a difference. Contact the Secretary, Alastair Meikle tel 01246 520820 or via the website above.

Bike Week 2009-13th to 21st June Get more out of life-live local, get cycling!

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Local Artist Wins Country Living Magazine Award Brought up in S40, local girl Clare Gage has been awarded the 2009 Editor’s Choice Award at the Country Living Spring Fair in Islington, London. The five day event showcases the country’s most talented artists and small businesses and it was Clare’s first time exhibiting this year. Her fledgling business needed to keep costs down so Clare’s stand was in a ‘shabby chic’ style, made from salvaged wood and cupboard doors rescued from a skip. The materials were restored and remodelled to make an elegant display for Clare’s textile inspired ceramics. The stand was put together with help from the businesses around her studio on Chatsworth Road: Ian Morris donated many of the materials, Rebecca

from Hudson’s florist and Libby Morris helped with everything from packaging to styling the stand. “Richard Wood does most of the building work around four7nine and generously donated his time to build the stand. My whole family mucked in with stripping cupboard doors to stitching hessian curtains. I couldn’t have done it without them” said Clare. Much to everyone’s surprise and delight, Clare was presented with the Editor’s Choice award at the end of the fair’s first day. This award is selected personally by the editor of Country Living magazine and means that Clare has been invited back to the 2010 event with a free stand. She was also presented with a congratulatory bottle of champagne which she shared with all those who made her win possible.

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Community Page Last month we mentioned the Brampton Community Band, well you can catch them this summer at: • Friday 9th June - Chesterfield Folk Club (www.chesterfieldfolkclub.org) • Saturday 27th June - Old Hall Junior School Summer Fair between 2.00 - 4.00pm • Saturday 11th July - Ashgate Hospice Summer Fair 11.00 and 12.00 (www.lightoflove.co.uk/ eventslisting.asp) • Sat 18th July - Inkerman Fields Environment Day

CARA’s CHALLENGE If any of you have been wondering how Cara got on with her Challenge she has been in touch. “Thank you so much for your help in raising awareness of my challenge - we've had an amazing response, and several people have mentioned S40 Local when sending me donations, so you're obviously doing a good job with readership! Some of the people I don't even know, so it's amazing - thank you! So far I am up to £3,809.77 and it is still coming in, I can't believe it.

Incinerator Update In our 1st issue Julie Harrington wrote an article outlining plans for a Commercial Hazourdous and Non-Hazardous waste incinerator on Dunston Road in Chesterfield. Julie informs us “a decision on the planning application will be made by Derbyshire County Council after the June elections. We have more information of jobs at risk if plans for the incinerator go ahead and of the list of waste types that are likely to be burned there. We are keen for people to make up their own minds and encourage you to look at the application and our website (www.againstincineration.org.uk) to understand both sides. However, if you are concerned please write to Derbyshire's Planning Department, via Kevin Finn quoting ref: CW2/0708/56 or email kevin.finn@derbyshire.gov.uk. You can also join the Chesterfield Against Incineration Facebook page to keep up to date with our campaign .” Walton Evangelical Church Services are every Sunday, 10.30am and 6.30pm – all welcome and they have a Kids Friday Club (KFC) for all primary school aged children: Fridays 6.157.30pm

The first half marathon in the vale of Belvoir was nice and steady, I ran with a colleague and it was his first half marathon - we finished in 1 hour 44 minutes, which was excellent for his first race. However, the following week the London Marathon was a different ball game. I developed a knee injury 4 weeks before but had taken things steady so as not to aggravate it. The marathon was an amazing race and the crowds were unbelievable, but at mile 19 my knee became very painful and just got worse and worse. Then at mile 22 I saw my brother and he gave me such a big cheer I just had to keep going. The crowds pulled me the rest of the way and I finished in 4 hours and 2 minutes, but at least I completed the course. Needless to say, the last half marathon in Trieste was tough as my knee hadn't recovered, but the atmosphere was great and the sun was shining, so I can't complain! I would like to say a HUGE thank you to everyone who has supported me, whether it be with sponsorship, or with amazing support every step of the way. I wouldn't have been able to complete this challenge without this support, everyone's encouragement has been invaluable. Thank you so much, from me, but also on behalf of the charities I have run for - Cystic Fibrosis Trust, Parkinson's Disease and Diabetes UK. Thanks again for your help and support Paul, I really appreciate it.” Cara

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Community Bus As a follow up to the Community Bus article, which runs to Morrisons, we’ve been able to obtain a timetable so you know where it will be when! Oh and Gold Card users go free.

The Fresh Image for Holistic & Beauty Therapies. Pampering to Compliment Body & Mind.

Please support the service if you can.

ASHGATE HOSPICE SUMMER FAIR

Our Treatments Include Waxing • Bio-Sculpture Gel Eye Treatments Manicures & Pedicures Massage & Aromatherapy Spray Tanning • 225W Sun Shower Indian Head Massage Hopi Ear Candling Reflexology • Facial Therapies Dead Sea Salt Body Scrub Acrylic & Silk Nail Extensions Special Occasions

Saturday 11th July. Emily Evans would love you to come along as “This year our Annual Summer Fair takes on a whole new meaning - we are delighted to be welcoming the Knights of the Empire! Come along to the Hospice between 11.00am and 3.00pm in your Star Wars costumes, join in the fun and meet a Clone Trooper. We have a whole host of entertainment for you. The Rynott Buskers will be performing, along with Holymoorside Brass Band, Brampton Community Band and the students of Directions Theatre Arts. Alongside this will be a host of quality and fun stalls for you to spend your money on - not forgetting our famous strawberries and cream.”

Opening Times Monday 9 - 5:30 Tuesday 9 - 5:30 Wednesday Closed Thursday 9 - 8 Friday 9-6 Saturday 9-3 255c Chatsworth Road Brampton • Chesterfield • S40 2BL

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Is your child inspired by the adventurer Bear Grylls?

• Cub Scouts (8-10 ½ year olds) • Scouts (10 ½ - 14 year olds)

1800-1930

Bear Grylls will be the new Chief Scout of the UK 1930-2100 Scout Association. The famous adventurer takes We recommend you put children under six on our over when current Chief Scout, former Blue Peter presenter Peter Duncan, completes his five year tenure in July. When asked why he chose to volunteer for the UK’s largest mixed youth movement, Bear said: ‘In short, because I love adventure and I love hanging out with good friends. For me this is what Scouting is about.’ So is your child aged 6-15 years old? If so, 3rd Brampton (St Thomas’) Scout Group has vacancies for boys and girls to join the Group. They would participate in an outdoor, adventurous, progressive training scheme to earn badges to mark achievements and undertake camping, hiking, archery, crafts, games, make friends and much more! The Group meet each Friday night at the following times

• Beaver Scouts (6-8 year olds)

1815-1915

waiting lists to ensure there is a place when they reach six years old. The Group has a number of rewarding vacancies as adult leaders, subject to satisfactory CRB clearance. Full training will be provided to the right people for these exciting opportunities. If you are interested please call Ben Widdowson, Group Scout Leader, on 01246 567409 or check out the website www.3rdBrampton.co.uk.

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Don’t Forget … Fathers Day 21st June

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Make Learning to Swim Fun New for 2009 Aqua Yoga by Jane Collins (Escape Yoga Studio)

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Call Sam on 07956 848536 Marie on 07773 158 925 eMail: sambayford@btinternet.com

Is your little angel sitting comfortably? 01246 277088 247 Chatsworth Road Chesterfield S41 2BL giraffe@emailaccount.com

Ashgate Croft School, Chesterfield Brookfield Community School, Chesterfield Other Venues in Alfreton & Bakewell

Bugaboo + Bloom + Stokke + Silvercross + iCandy + Mountain Buggy + Recaro

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Wedding Birthday Christening Corporate Event Exclusive Dinner Party

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Park Hall Open Garden 28th June

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12 Midday to 5:30pm £3 Admission & 50p for Children "The eagerly awaited annual opening of Park Hall Gardens this year will be on June 28th from midday. This year for the first time we will be serving ploughman's lunches and as usual cream teas will be available. There will be our wonderful Home Produce stall, A Bluebell Hospice goods stall, Raffles and Children's trail, and you may also find a violinist playing away in a hidden corner! We look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful garden."

Tel: 01246 557767 sales@bramptoncarpets.co.uk 217 Chatsworth Road Chesterfield S40 2BA Opposite GK Ford

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All the profits are going to Yellow Book Garden Charities- mainly the National Cancer Charities, and our own Bluebell Wood Hospice.

01246 566111 01246 567 412 eMail: kim.staniforth@virgin.net Park Hall • Walton Back Lane

For friendly and professional beauty treatments 521 Chatsworth Road • Chesterfield S40 3JS

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T: 01246 568700 M: 07774 150 177

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Chatsworth Road Medical Centre Chesterfield Royal Hospital Holme Hall Medical Centre NHS Direct The Surgery @ Wheatbridge

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BT Fault Line Electricity Power Loss Gas Emergency Water – Severn Trent

0800 800 151 0800 056 80 90 0800 111 999 0800 233 333

Train Times / Enquiries Traveline (Public Transport)

0845 7484 950 0871 200 2233

Chesterfield Police Non Emergency Citizens Advice Bureaux Relate

0845 123 33 33 01246 209 164 01246 231 010

Chesterfield Central Library Chesterfield Tourist Information S40 Local

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New owners at Sun Hing on Chatsworth Road

Spend over £10 get free Sesame Toast For orders over £15 take a complimentary choice from below:

• Chinese Sweet & Sour Spare Ribs • Spare Ribs in Plum Sauce • Spare Ribs in Thai Plum Sauce • Spare Ribs in Black Bean Sauce

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DJN Home Services Joinery □ Locksmith Purpose made joinery in painted or natural finishes, e.g. Radiator covers Shelving Meter cupboards Under stair cupboards etc.

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Domestic Window Cleaning using Pure Water Pole System

I can also supply and fit locks and locking mechanisms for both UPVC and timber doors/ windows.

Industrial & Commercial Window Cleaning Gutters, Fascias and Soffits Specialised UPVC Cleaning & Renovation

If you would like a free (fixed price) quote, then please call Dean on one of the numbers below. Fully insured and all work guaranteed.

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Housekeeping Services Tailored domestic cleaning Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly or One Off Spring Cleans

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2 Mansfield Road, Hasland Chesterfield S41 0JA Te: 01246 236 595

We have a wide range of food and accessories for dogs, cats, birds and other small animals. Stockists of specialist foods including Burns, James Wellbeloved and Royal Canin Call in & see us for all your pets needs great & small!

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