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Family ticket up for grabs for Chatsworth International Horse Trials

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The Doctor from Doctor and the Medics.

Doctor and the Medics top new festival in Derbyshire

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Film Review: Ghost Stories is a satisfyingly nightmarish British chiller

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Chesterfield hosts Sleeping Beauty this weekend

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High Tor Players stage Ayckbourn comedy Absent Friends

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Residents dismayed as church considers sale of Fritchley village hall

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IN PICTURES: 11 Derbyshire pubs with beer gardens where you can enjoy the sunshine

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Stars team up in a masterpiece of stage comedy

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Pictured at the launch of the Tracking Our Heritage project, from left: Peak Rail trustee Roy Mackinlay, project team leader Catherine Croney, Mick Bond from the Peak Rail Association, chairman of the trustees David Lathrope, and project manager Richard Godley.

Heritage Lottery Midland Mainline rail project seeks Dales volunteers

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John Shuttleworth

Top comedy names added to line-up for this year’s Tramlines festival

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Record Review with Kevin Bryan

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Festival fun this weekend with inaugural Cloggstock bash

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Wild Willy Barrett's French Connection play at Ashover Parish Hall on April 20.

Have a wild time with the Godfather of Grunge Folk

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Top comedy names added to line-up for this year’s Tramlines festival

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Kids’ auditions to be held for Derby Arena panto

Music

Film Review: Ghost Stories is a satisfyingly nightmarish British chiller

Arts
Fritchley Congregational Church, on the village green, was founded in the 1840s and has Grade II listed status.

Residents dismayed as church considers sale of Fritchley village hall

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Pictured at the launch of the Tracking Our Heritage project, from left: Peak Rail trustee Roy Mackinlay, project team leader Catherine Croney, Mick Bond from the Peak Rail Association, chairman of the trustees David Lathrope, and project manager Richard Godley.

Heritage Lottery Midland Mainline rail project seeks Dales volunteers

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Summer Nights screenings return for eighth year

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