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AUGUST
Tue 7: Mellors & Kirk valuation Day. St Thomas Centre. 10am to midday. See advert.

Tue 7: Mellors & Kirk valuation Day. Coal Aston Village Hall. 1 to 3pm. See advert.

Wed 8: Touring T20 match Cricket – Chesterfield v Shanghai. Queen’s Park 6pm start.

Thu 9: Chesterfield Farmers’ Market. Chesterfield Farmers’ Market has the best local produce on the 2nd Thursday of every month. Chesterfield Market. 10am to 4pm.

Thu 9: Little Women by Chapterhouse Theatre Company. Bolsover Castle, Castle Street, Bolsover at 7:30pm. Gates open at 6.30pm. Bring rugs or low-backed seating. Tickets: Adult £16, Child £10, Family £46, 10% discount for 10 or more. T: English Heritage 0370 333 1181. See Tickets 0871 220 0260 or www.seetickets.com. More info from Bolsover Castle 01246 822 844.

Fri 10: Open Air Cinema. Treat yourself to an outdoor night at the movies watching Bridget Jones’s Baby at Ashgate Hospicecare‘s open air cinema sponsored by the University of Derby. 9 to 11pm.

Sat 11: Open Air Cinema. Treat yourself to an outdoor night at the movies watching The Greatest Showman at Ashgate Hospicecare‘s open air cinema sponsored by the University of Derby. 9 to 11pm.

Sat 11: Premier League Cricket – Chesterfield v Denby. Queen’s Park 12.30pm start.

Sat 11: West Studios – Summer Market. 10:30am until 3:30pm. Over 20 Stalls of small creative businesses and artists, a variety of workshops that you can book onto, a performance by a youth theatre summer school and West Studios Gallery Shop.

Sun 12: A walk round Spital Cemetery – Theme “Police” 2:30pm @ top entrance. Walk for 90 mins with break. May include some slopes and uneven surfaces. Details contact thefriendsofspitalcemetery@gmail.com. Free – any donations to Friends of Spital Cemetery welcome.

Mon 13 to Fri 17: Children’s Activity Week. 10am to 1pm. Registration Monday 13th. Under 5 years old to be accompanied by an adult. Loundsley Green Church, Pennine Way.

Tue 14: Aspire Support Group. Do you have a child with a disability or additional need, then this friendly free group is for you. Children welcome to attend, activities provided. Every other month 1 to 3 pm at Monkey Park, Chester Street.

Thu 16: Chesterfield Jazz Club presents Fiona Ross, jazz singer. Club Chesterfield, Chester Street S40 1DL. 8:30pm. Tickets £7.50 from www.chesterfieldjazz.com or VIC. £10 on door.

Fri 17: Hacienda Classical at The Don Valley Bowl presented by The Leadmill. Tickets: leadmill.co.uk

Sat 18 & Sun 19: Planter Building Workshop. 10am to 2pm at the Inspire Community Garden, Ashgate Road. Come along and help to make wooden planters for community use.

Sat 18: George Ezra at The Don Valley Bowl presented by The Leadmill. Tickets: leadmill.co.uk

Sat 18: County League Cricket – Chesterfield v Langley Mill United. Queen’s Park 1:30pm start.

Sun 19 August: Chesterfield Motor Fest. Browse the range of autojumble stalls selling engines, machinery, parts, tool, accessories and much much more. Classic vehicles with trophy presentation at 3pm. Details call Adrian on 07493 687099.
Market Place Chesterfield.

Sun 19: Walk round Spital Cemetery – Theme of “Cemetery Symbols” 2:30pm @ top entrance.May include some slopes and uneven surfaces. Details thefriendsofspitalcemetery@gmail.com. Free – any donations to Friends of Spital Cemetery welcome.

Mon 20 to Wed 22: 2nd XI Championship Cricket – Derbyshire v Leicestershire. Queen’s Park 11am start.

Tue 21: Barlow and its Coal Mining Heritage by Andrew Neil Bridgewater. Chesterfield and District Local History Society. 7:30pm at the United Reformed Church, Rose Hill. Admission £2. Members free.

Thu 23 to Mon 3 Sep: Holymoorside Scarecrow Trail. This year’s theme is ‘At the Seaside & Country Pursuits’. Trail Maps from the Bull’s Head and all proceeds to Ashgate Hospice.

Thu 23 to Mon 10 Sep: Holymoorside Well Dressing. Three wells. Bottom of Cotton Mill Hill, Holymoorside.

Sat 25: Premier League Cricket – Chesterfield v Rolleston. Queen’s Park 12:30pm start.

Sat 25: Cider Festival at The Tramway Tavern. Local band The Shambles Duo perform plus 12 ciders and 12 hand pulls! See advert. Proceeds to Air Ambulance.

Sun 26: Cider Festival at The Tramway Tavern. Whisky Bob Shaker performs plus 12 ciders and 12 hand pulls! See advert. Proceeds to Air Ambulance.

Sun 26: Walk round Spital Cemetery Theme of “Child Mortality” 2:30pm @ top entrance. See Sun 12 Aug for details.

Sun 26: Dunston Inn Charity Day for Ashgate Hospicecare.

Sun 26: County League Cricket – Chesterfield v Sawley & Long Eaton Park. Queen’s Park 1:30pm start.

Sun 26: Chesterfield Artisan Market. Chesterfield Artisan Market consists of over 80 of the very finest artisan traders. Chesterfield market. 10:30am to 4pm.

Sun 26: Songs of Praise 6pm @ Holymoorside United Reformed Church, Cotton Mill Hill, Holymoorside.

Thu 30: Brothers In Garms. Fund raiser for Prostate Canecr UK. Dudie Jeans raffle. Camdem Tap Takeover, Edwin Jeans Raffle, Free Wet Shaves by Magnolia, Saucony Sneaker Raffle. Pump + Grind, Stephenson Place. Sponsors Zebra, Camden, Edwon, Nudie Jeans, Saucony.

Fri 31 to Sun 2: St Thomas’ Church Messy Church Weekend. The Peak Centre, Edale. See st-thomas-brampton.org for details.

Fri 31 Aug to Sun 2: Chatsworth Country Fair. Chatsworth Estate 9am to 6:30pm. For more information on the event and to book a ticket please visit chatsworth.org/countryfair

SEPTEMBER
Sat 1: Brampton Food Market. St Thomas’ Centre. See advert.

Sat 1: Picnic In The Park on Whitecotes Playing Field at 1 pm near the Hazel Drive entrance. Please come and join us along with the Mayor to celebrate the installation of the new play and sports equipment. Just bring your own picnic and join in the fun. (whitecotesplayingfield.co.uk)

Sun 2: County League Cricket – Chesterfield v Cutthorpe. Queen’s Park 1pm start.

Mon 3: Chesterfield RSPB Lecture Evening. Jewels of The Gambia – by Ashley Grove. 7pm at the St Thomas’ Centre, Chatsworth Road. Want to join a walk or trip? Contact Barbara Lower on 0788 400 4567 or Steve Williams on 0797 100 0331

Tue 4: Mellors & Kirk valuation Day. St Thomas’ Centre. 10am to midday. See advert.

Wed 5: Wed Walk and Talk. 10:30am @ Queens Park Sports Centre for free, friendly 60 min Health Walk round the park and local area. Info from Chesterfield B.C. Community Lifestyles 01246 345669.

Thu 6: Chesterfield Embroiderers’ Guild – Gwenda Culkin ‘Textile books’ Meet 7 to 9pm at Saints Parish Rooms, St Mary’s Gate, Chesterfield. FB: Chesterfield Embroiderers’ Guild.

Fri 7: Outdoor Cinema ‘The Greatest Showman’ Queens Park Chesterfield.

Sat 8 to Sat 15: Chesterfield Well Dressings. Various locations. See chesterfield.co.uk/events

Sat 8: County League Cricket – Chesterfield v Breadsall. Queen’s Park 1pm start.

Sun 9: Fun Dog Show. 1 to 4pm at Manor Fields, Ashgate Avenue. Manor Fields Association. See advert.

Sun 9: Walk round Spital Cemetery – Theme of “Illness/Health” 2:30pm @ top entrance. Sun 12 Aug for details.

Sun 9: County League Cricket – Chesterfield v Eckington. Queen’s Park 12 noon start.

Mon 10: The Tennessean – a journey from Washington to Memphis. NEDIAS talk by Bob Gellatly, 7:30pm@ St Thomas’ Centre, Chatsworth Road, Brampton. Visitors welcome – more from Cliff on 01246 234212.

Tue 11: Living Landscapes a talk by Jo Smith, Chief Executive of Derbyshire Wildlife Trust. Derbyshire Wildlife Trust: Annunciation Church Parish Centre, Queen St, S40 3SF. All welcome. 7:30pm, £2.50 incl refreshments. T: 01246 236930.

Tue 11: Holymoorside Film: Phantom Thread (15). See advert.

Wed 12: Chesterfield RSPB – Midweek Walk at the Cromford Canal.

Thu 13: Chesterfield Inspired 50+ Slavery in the 21st Century and the role of the Medaille Trust – Sheena Field, Clare Waterfall – Adult Care, Light refreshments & raffle. Chesterfield Town Hall Chambers 10:15am to 12:15pm. Free transport call 01629 532 446 by 7 Sept.

Sat 15 to Sun 23: Chesterfield Canal Walking Festival. Taking in three counties & 46 miles of tow paths, this is being billed as the biggest canal walking event ever run along a single canal. The Chesterfield Canal Trust has organised 51 guided walks.

Sat 15: Society for the Study of Ancient Egypt. Lee Young who will be speaking on Tutankhamun. Chesterfield Library. 10:45am to 3:30pm. egyptology-ssae.org

Sat 15: Open Day at Chesterfield Christadelphian Church, 19a Sheffield Road. See advert.

Sun 15: County League Cricket – Chesterfield v Wirksworth & Middleton. Queen’s Park Noon start.

Tue 18: Chesterfield and District Local History Society – Sutton Scarsdale & the Arkwrights by Paul Halksworth. 7:30pm The United Reformed Church, Rose Hill. £2 Members free. Refreshments.

Wed 19: Wed Walk and Talk – See Wed 5 Sept for details.

Sat 22: Messy Church at St John’s Walton. 3:30 to 5:30pm.

Sat 22: Coffee Morning 10.30am to 12 noon. Storrs Road Methodist Church.

Sun 23: Worship4All led by Rev Tracey Harris.  Worship Group will be singing from 10.30 Service with a baptism starts at 10.45am.

Sun 23: Operation Christmas Child, Shoebox Launch at The Gospel Mission, Old Rd. Brampton 10.45am. Find out more about the plans for the 2018 appeal. All suggestions welcome. Suitable for all ages.

Sun 23: Chesterfield RSPB – Minibus trip to Frampton Marsh.

Wed 26: Derbyshire Skills Festival.Aged 13 -19 and thinking about the future? Visit the Proact Stadium to talk to employers, training providers and voluntary organisations about your options after school. There is also the opportunity to take part in have-a-go sessions to test your skills and give you an idea of what different careers might be like. 3:30 to 8pm.

Fri 28 to Sun 30: Big shakeout Festival. Love the outdoors? Then join the Big Shakeout outdoor festival 2018! alpkit.com/bigshakeout

Fri 28: Holymoorside Film: Finding Your Feet (12). See advert.

Sat 29: Quiz Evening with a Bring & Share supper. Proceeds for Christian Aid at Storrs Road Methodist Church.

Sun 30: Harvest Festival led by Rev John Young at Storrs Road Methodist Church.  Donations of items suitable for the Foodbank and Soup Kitchen will be appreciated.

OCTOBER
Mon 1: Chesterfield RSPB Lecture Evening. Madagascar by Jack Baddams. See Mon 3 Sep.

Tue 2: Final deadline for entries for The Chatsworth Rd. Celebration Photographic Competition (Open to those aged 18 and under). Theme ‘My Day Out’. Entries should be handed in at The Gospel Mission Church, Brampton prior to this date or on this date between 10am and 12 noon. Details email: gospelmissionuk@aol.com

Wed 3: Wed Walk and Talk. Alternate Weds from 3rd. 10:30am @ Queens Park Sports Centre for free, friendly 60 min Health Walk round the park and local area. Info from Chesterfield B.C. Community Lifestyles 01246 345669.

Thu 4: Chatsworth Road Celebrationl Photographic Exhibition at The Gospel Mission Church, Old Rd. 6 to 8pm. This year’s theme: ‘My Day Out’. The Mayor and Mayoress will be viewing the entries. Refreshments. Please bring along friends and family.

Thu 4: Chesterfield Embroiderers Guild – AGM. Meet 7 to 9pm at Saints Parish Rooms, St Mary’s Gate, Chesterfield. FB: Chesterfield Embroiderers’ Guild.

Sun 7: Community Harvest Festival The Gospel Mission Church, Old Rd. 2:30pm. Prizes and certificates for entrants in The Chatsworth Rd. Celebration Photographic Competition will be presented at 3.30pm by The Mayor. A buffet tea and at 4pm, an auction of Harvest goods in aid of ‘Helen’s Trust’, a local charity that supports terminally ill people who wish to be cared for and to die at home. All welcome.

 

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