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Derren Brown, Jodie Prenger and Craig Charles among big names heading to Derbyshire

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Crazy Scarecrows: The character from the TV advert for the company Confused.com is portrayed in this scarecrow, just one of many throughout the village of Ashover for their Flower and Scarecrow Festival.

Flower festival and scarecrow trail

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Red Barrows at Hope Show.

Working horses and wheelbarrow stunts

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Children's activities at Haddon Hall. Photo by Ian Daisley.

Bank holiday fun for families at Haddon Hall

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Our winning band in the studio

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Bold knights do battle at Bolsover Castle

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Classic vehicles head for Crich Tramway Village

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Nick McCann

Ripley Music Festival fundraiser

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The new pound coin joke is just mint!

Funniest jokes of the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe revealed

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Nick McCann

Ripley Music Festival fundraiser

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Peatbog Faeries play at Off The Tracks festival.

Off The Tracks festival tickets up for grabs

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VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: The Sherlocks Live For The Moment as debut album is set to be a smash hit - out August 18

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Melvin Benn launching his ReBalance plans with Lande Hekt from punk rock band Muncie Girls, PRS Foundation chief executive Vanessa Reed and Lucy Wood, also from Festival Republic.

VIDEO: Festival boss launches ReBalance scheme to get more girls into music industry

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Funniest jokes of the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe revealed

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Jodie Prenger as Shirley Valentine

Jodie Prenger on tour in Shirley Valentine

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VIDEO: Speedy SIV sales is just the ticket to boost regional economy, says new entertainment and events boss

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Castleton visitor centre opens after £330,000 revamp

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Film Review: A Ghost Story

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From left: Peak District National Park Authority chief executive Sarah Fowler, Countryfile's John Craven, Lord Lieutenant William Tucker and authority chair Lesley Roberts opened the revamped Castleton Visitor Centre.

Castleton visitor centre opens after £330,000 revamp

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Carsington Water's new sculpture trail will be an added attraction for its 1million annual visitors (photo: Amy-Lee Winfield)

Plans for Carsington sculpture trail get £20,000 grant

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