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JUNE/JULY

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27 – 3 PARWICH WAKES See Special Events for further details.

27 – 4 BAKEWELL WELL DRESSING AND CARNIVAL See Special Events for further details.

27 – 4 ROWSLEY WELL DRESSING See Special Events for further details.

27 – 5 HOPE WELL DRESSING AND GALA DAY See Special Events for further details.


JULY

Thursday
2 Bakewell Derbyshire Dales Walking for Health 10am. Moderate walk 90 – 120 minutes. Meet at Monsal Head – Park on the road to Little Longstone.

2 Cromford WI Posh Afternoon Tea to celebrate 100 years of the WI. St Margaret’s Hall, Alderwasley DE56 2RB. 2-4pm. Beautiful setting, plenty of free parking. Open to all, tickets £6 from 01629 822319 or visit Cromford Women’s Institute facebook page.

2 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 8 miles. Moderate. Ashopton viaduct. Upper Derwent Valley. 01433 651212.

2 DERWENT VALLEY FLOWER CLUB Village Hall, Calver. Changing Seasons Judi Cripps. 7.45pm. Enquiries to Christine 01433 630161.

2 EYAM W.I. Mechanics Institute. 7.45pm. The Cathedral Archer Project - How this Sheffield based project helps people. Visitors and new members very welcome.

Friday
3 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 7pm. 4 miles. Leisurely. Swim/walk evening. Lay-by on A621. Walk across moors to Grouse Inn. Optional swim en route. 01629 636350.

3 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 6.30pm. 5 miles (grade 2) SK 198717. Great Longstone (Park where convenient and meet outside St. Crispin Public House). Ramble in the area. 01629 636 175 or 07702 358159. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk

3 Singer/songwriter and guitarist, Little Sparrow Folk, Blues and Beyond. Old Hall Hotel, Market Place, Hope S33 6RH. 7.30pm. Advance tickets are £8 or £10 on the door.All profits go to Race for Life Cancer Research.

3 WHIST DRIVE Sheen Village Hall. 8pm. £1.50 incl. refreshments. In aid of St Lukes Church, Sheen. Please tel. George 01298 84492.

Saturday
4 AUCTION AND RAFFLE The Shoulder of Mutton, Bradwell. 7pm. Raising funds for Macmillan Nurses. DJ donated her services, small buffet donated by various companies. Fantastic prizes, football tickets, signed football, training day at Chesterfield, meals and days out, fishing, pamper session, zombie uprising to mention a few.

4 Charity jumble sale at Bamford Church Hall, Moore Lane, at 2pm to raise finds for our programmes in Mali West Africa.

4 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 6 miles. Moderate. Alstonfield WC CP. Whetton. 01335 370326.

4 HIGHFIELDS SCHOOL SHOWCASE, Lumsdale Site, Matlock. Film, Music, Art, Textiles and Design and Technology displays and performances. Hot and cold food and drinks for sale, a licensed bar and ice-creams. 7-10pm. Tickets available on the door. Please see website for further details: www.highfields.derbyshire.sch.uk

4 MATLOCK EDGEFOLD CLUB Sequence and ballroom dancing to Richard Keeling. 8-11pm.

4 National Park Ranger Service Walk the Upper Dove’s ‘Mountains’ Start 10am, finish 5.30pm. 12.5 mile walk up the High Peak Trail and to the Upper Dove’s two spectacular ‘mountains’. On railway trail, fields and two very steep hill climbs, exposed in places. Meet Parsley Hay Cycle Hire, just off A515, 10 miles south of Buxton (GR: SK145 638) (PC: SK17 ODG). Booking essential 01629 816 270; you may donate when booking, or give cash/cheque to the event leader on the day.

4 PRAISE IN THE PARK Hall Leys Park, 3 to 4.30 pm. Churches Together in Matlock are holding a time of singing, drama and testimony around the Bandstand in Hall Leys Park. There will also be children’s Entertainment and a bookstall, where there will be church members who can discuss any areas and advise of a book/text or pray about the issue. Everyone is welcome to come and join us. We will be singing a selection of fifteen Christian hymns and songs old and new, led by a live band and choir gathered from various churches in the town, and in between there will be some spoken items to make us think. It will be a fun day with music to suit all tastes Come along and enjoy a good sing! Oh – and bring a chair!

4 RELAX & REFLECT MEDITATION CLASS A meditation class, suitable for beginners consisting of a short talk based on Buddhist teachings and 2 guided meditations. Everyone welcome - no need to be Buddhist to attend. 10.30am-12noon. Cost £5 which includes refreshments. Heart Jewel Buddhist Meditation Centre, Holme Road, Matlock Bath DE4 NU. For further information please contact us on Tel 01629 581585 or by email heartjewelcentre@gmail.com www.heartjewel.org.uk

4 & 5 Summer Craft & Vintage Fair Baslow Village Hall, Baslow. Free 10.30am-4.30pm. craftsderby@btinternet.com

4 – 10 ST LUKES CHURCH, SHEEN FLOWER FESTIVAL See Special Events for further details.

4 – 11 Hathersage GALA AND WELL DRESSING See Special Events for further details.

4 – 12 OVER HADDON WELL DRESSING See Special Events for further details.

4 – 15 MATLOCK ARTISTS SOCIETY Christmas Shop Space, Cromford Mill. 10am-5pm. Free entry. Over the last 25 years Matlock Artists Society has grown and built up a fine reputation for its programme of activities during the year, culminating in its annual exhibition. Entries are judged by professional artists and winners will be awarded trophies. Painting, unframed prints and cards will be on sale. Visit www.cromfordmills.org.uk for further details or phone 01629 825995.

Sunday
5 ALISON UTTLEY WALK Meet at High Peak Junction car park, DE4 5HN. 10am-1pm. Cost: £5 – Limited places, advance booking recommended. Join Chas Arnold on this challenging 5 mile guided walk with fantastic views that visits some of the places associated with the life and work of local author Alison Uttley. The walk will pass Castle Top Farm where she was born before heading to Lea where she went to school. This walk involves rugged uphill walking and stepping stones across a brook and ten stiles. Wear stout footwear and clothing appropriate for the weather. For further details and ticket bookings please visit www.cromfordmills.org.uk or phone 01629 825995.

5 ARKWRIGHT SPINSTERS Gothic Warehouse, Cromford Mill. 11am-4pm. Free entry. The Arkwright Spinsters will be demonstrating spinning and other crafts. Anyone wishing to learn may do so by arrangement. Visit www.cromfordmills.org.uk for further details or phone 01629 825995.

5 ASHFORD BOOK FAIR 10am-4pm. Free entry. War Memorial Institute, Ashford, Nr. Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1QB. New, used and collectible books. Car parking. Refreshments. Peter Allen 01298 77786.

5 BUXTON RAMBLING CLUB Start at Pavilions car park, Buxton (next to swimming pool). Walk 1: Grindon – Short up to 8 miles. 10am. Walk 2: Wirksworth Linear – Long over 12 miles. 9.30am. Anyone welcome. Membership £5 single or £8 family per year. Contact 01298 72230 or 01298 23441. www.buxtonramblingclub.co.uk

5 BRASS BAND Shirland Welfare Band at The Three Stags, Darley Bridge. 7.30pm. BBQ and raffle.

5 CAR BOOT SALE in Hope Valley, Hope. Gates open 7am–12pm. Cars £5/Vans £10. Refreshments available. Sorry no dogs on the school grounds. Proceeds to Hope Valley College (HVC) and Hope Sports Association(HS). Information on www.hopevalley.derbyshire.sch.uk or 07538 194348.

5 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 9.30am. 12 miles. Moderate. Narlows Lane CP, Thorpe. Private coach to Rocester. Return along the Enchanced Limestone Way. Book early, places limited. Fare £6. 01629 584254.

5 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 10 miles (grade 2). SK 185716. Monsal Head, Little Longstone, Cherpit Lane, Longstone Moor (cut off), Foolow, Cressbrook Dale, Monsal Trail. 0114 2306 109. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk

5 National Park Ranger Service Flowers in the Dales Start 11am, finish 3pm. 5 mile walk around limestone dales looking at flowers, with a potted history of the area along the way. A steep ascent and descent, field paths and tracks. Meet Tideswell Dale car park. Leave the A623 at the Anchor Inn onto the B6049 through Tideswell, to reach the car park approx. 1 mile south of the village centre (GR: SK154 741). Booking essential 01629 816 270, cost £3 per person. Family ticket available.

5 National Park Ranger Service In the Footsteps of Jane Eyre Start 11.15am, finish 4pm. 6 miles. Literary walk around North Lees estate, thought to have inspired the setting of Charlotte Brontë’s much-loved novel. Woodland, moorland, fields and meadow with some road walking and one steep ascent. Meet Hathersage Railway Station (GR: SK233 810) (PC: S32 1DT). Booking essential 01629 816 270; you may donate when booking, or give cash/cheque to the event leader on the day.

5 – 13 BUXTON WELL DRESSING AND CARNIVAL See Special Events for further details.

Monday
6 BAKEWELL METHODIST CHURCH COFFEE MORNING Matlock Street, Bakewell. 10am-12noon. The Charity stall is in aid of Bakewell Methodist Church.

6 CHAPEL-EN-LE-FRITH MORRIS MEN The Bull’s Head, Monyash. 8pm.

6 MATLOCK ADVANCED MOTORISTS AND MOTORCYCLISTS meet at 7pm at the Highfields School, Off Chesterfield Road, Matlock to offer free assessment drives and rides to local drivers and riders. For full details contact 01629 812732. Or visit the IAM website at www.iam.org.uk or www.matlock-iam.webs.com

6 MATLOCK AND DISTRICT HARD OF HEARING CLUB Imperial Rooms, Matlock. 2pm. Strawberry Tea and talk by a librarian from Matlock Library. Contact Sheila Slack 01629 732715.

6 WHIST DRIVE Join us on the 1st Monday of every month at Biggin Village Hall at 8pm for an enjoyable evening of whist, refreshments and great prizes! Easy adjacent parking & good disabled access. Enquiries please ring Joan on 01335 390377.

Tuesday
7 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 11am. 4 miles. Extra leisurely. Biggin roadside. Hartington Meadows nature reserve. 01629 650497.

7 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Ellastone VH. Weaver Hills. 01335 370473.

7 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Leisurely. Goyt Valley, Fernilee, Windgather Rocks. 07969 621350/07791 097079.

7 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Moderate walk 60–90 minutes. Meet at Matlock Farm Park, Jaggers Lane, Two Dales.

7 SIMPLY MEDITATE Forget your Problems. A one hour meditation class which is suitable for complete beginner's from 7.30-8.30pm at Samudra Buddhist Centre, 47 High Street, Buxton, SK17 6HB. The facility fee is £4 (£3 concession). For more information please contact Samudra Buddhist Centre on 01298 79777 or 07527292908 or e-mail info@samudracentre.org. Our website is www.samudracentre.org, and facebook.com/SamudraBuddhistCentre.

7 – 9 MEET THE ARTIST – TESS PAULSON Mill Yard, Cromford Mill. 10am-4pm. Free entry. Tess Paulson will be demonstrating the process of weaving rugs, bags and purses. Included will be demonstrations of Lucet cord making, stick weaving, peg loom weaving and French knitting on a grand scale! There will also be handmade items to purchase. Visit www.cromfordmills.org.uk for further details or phone 01629 825995.

Wednesday
8 BAKEWELL FLOWER CLUB Flower Arranging Demonstration by Area Demonstrator Janine Hall. 7.30pm Bakewell Town Hall. Visitors and New Members very welcome. Please ring 01629 650451 for more details.

8 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 7 miles. Leisurely/moderate. Middleton by Youlgreave Square. Local walk. 07736 783640.

8 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 11 miles. Moderate. Rowsley station CP, Gilbett Moor, Dobb Edge, Chatsworth. 01332 585921.

8 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 5.5. miles (grade 2). SK 163751. Litton (Park where convenient and meet at Red Lion), Tideswell Dale, Miller’s Dale, Cressbrook Dale. 01629 636 175 or 07702 358 159. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk

8 KNIT AND NATTER Arkwright’s Café, Cromford Mill. 10am-12noon. Free entry. Join Jennie Binks for a morning of knitting and nattering. This drop in session is suitable for anyone who wants to knit, learn to knit or just fancies a chat! Visit www.cromfordmills.org.uk for further details or phone 01629 825995.

8 Meditate in Buxton How to Solve Our Human Problems. Meditation classes at Samudra Buddhist Centre, 47 High Street, Buxton, SK17 6HB, from 10.30-11.45am and from 7-9pm. These classes are especially suitable for complete beginner's. The facility fee is £4 (£3 concession) for morning class and £6 per class (£4 concession) for evening class. For more information please contact Samudra Buddhist Centre on 01298 79777 or 07527292908 or e-mail info@samudracentre.org. Our website is www.samudracentre.org, and facebook.com/SamudraBuddhistCentre.'

8 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Easy walk 60 - 90 minutes. Meet at Rowsley – Peak Village Walkers’ car park.

8 ORVIS LADIES FLY-FISHING CLUB WORKSHOP Join us for support, networking, and the chance to talk fishing, brush up on your skills and get ready for the new season. 10.30am. Contact store for details. 01629 810226.

8 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 14 miles. Strenuous. Birchen Clough Bridge lay-by. Alport Castles, Bleaklow Head. cc. 9.15am Calver slip road. 01773 850191.

8 The Anthony Gell School, Wirksworth, Founder's Day beginning with a Service of Remembrance to be held at St Mary's Parish Church commencing at 11am. Members of the Old Wirksworthian Association, together with spouses, partners and friends are cordially invited to attend, as are other interested parties. Afterwards, a buffet lunch and get-together will be held at the Wirksworth Cricket Club Pavilion at Derby Road. OWA Members wishing to attend the buffet are reminded to contact the Secretary, Eileen Chadwick (01773 550063) as soon as possible to confirm and to arrange payment."

Thursday
9 ARKWRIGHT SOCIETY LECTURE SERIES: THE LUNAR SOCIETY Gothic Warehouse, Cromford Mill. 7pm. Cost: £7.50 (includes cheese and wine 7pm-7:30pm) – Limited places, advance booking recommended. The Lunar Society was a group of prominent people that some said were, next to the Royal Society, the most important gathering place of scientists, inventors and natural philosophers during the second half of the eighteenth century. Listen to Rachel West, Deputy Property Manager at Soho House, as she unwraps the fascinating history of this intriguing and influential group of eighteenth century thinkers. For further details and ticket bookings please visit www.cromfordmills.org.uk or phone 01629 825995.

9 Bakewell Derbyshire Dales Walking for Health 10am. Moderate walk 90 – 120 minutes. Meet at Edensor Village – Park next to Church.

9 CALVER, CURBAR AND FROGGATT SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB Calver Methodist Church. 2pm. Bingo followed by tea. New members are very welcome.

9 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 8 miles. Moderate. Longnor MP, Earl Sterndale, Hollingsclough. 01629 732799.

9 National Park Ranger Service Fertile Fields to Rough Moorland: An Archaeological Walk around Big Moor Start 10.30am, finish 4pm. 5 mile walk with archaeologist John Barnatt, visiting the extensive prehistoric fields, clearance cairns, barrows, cists and stone circles on Big Moor. With later hollow-ways and guide stoops on the way. On moorland, easy gradients but very rough ground, an awkward stream crossing. Meet Curbar Gap car park, on the minor road to Curbar (GR: SK 262 747). Booking essential 01629 816 270, cost £8 per person.

9 THE BAKEWELL SUPPORT GROUP Dagnall Gardens, Bakewell. 2-4pm. All carers are welcome, even if you can only come for a quick cup of tea and a chat. Refreshments are provided.

Friday
10 BASLOW SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB Baslow Village Hall, 2pm. Peter Bird - All About Traidcraft with a stall.

10 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 6.30pm. 4.5 miles (grade 2). SK 403804. Ford CP. Ramble in the area. 07879 404108. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk

10 MATLOCK EDGEFOLD CLUB A full evening of Entertainment with the vocal/comedy duo Sharp Experience and the personality vocalist Neil Timothy. 8.30pm-midnight.

10 WHIST DRIVE Chelmorton War Memorial Institute. 7.30pm.

10 WORDS AT THE WHARF Wheatcroft’s Wharf Café, Cromford Mill. 7.15-9.15pm. Free entry. Mark Gwynne Jones will be performing a selection of his poetry and there will also be the opportunity for other writers to come along and showcase their own work in the relaxed atmosphere of Wheatcroft’s Wharf Café. No advance booking is required, just turn up on the night and book a slot. Alternatively, you may just wish to come along, sit back and enjoy the evening! For further details please visit www.cromfordmills.org.uk or phone 01629 825995.

Saturday
11 AN AFTERNOON TEA DANCE with Michael Hough. Join us for a Medway Centre fundraiser. Dress up and come along for a dance. Tickets for dance £4.50 on the door or from the Medway Centre, or just enjoy the afternoon tea with fresh scones and a glass of Pimms.

11 Celebrate Summer with the Derbyshire Singers 7.30pm at St Peter’s Church Edensor. A varied programme of short works for voices and harp in the spectacular surroundings of St Peter’s Church Edensor on the Chatsworth Estate. Enjoy a glass of sangria and listen to music for summer, including folk-song arrangements and pieces by Dowland, Mozart, Elgar, Sullivan, Rutter and Chilcott. Derbyshire Singers will be joined by Eleanor Hudson on harp and Daniel King Smith on piano. Tickets (£12) are limited so we recommend purchase in advance either by phoning or visiting Natural Choice Ashbourne (01335 346096), online through the Derbyshire Singers website (www.derbyshiresingers.org) or from choir members.

11 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 7 miles. Moderate. Baslow CP (fee), Chatsworth House, Stand Wood, Calton Lees. 01773 857810.

11 DALES WOODCRAFT CLUB - Wyaston Village Hall. 10am-2pm. Hands-on day when visitors can try their hand at woodturning, carving etc. Entry fee for visitors is £6, half of which will be credited if you become a member (free tea/coffee). For more information go to www.ddwc.co.uk where you can see reports with photos on previous meetings, including competition results, and read past newsletters. If you would like to know more about the club, email your query to info@ddwc.co.uk or phone James Sharpe on 01335 344933.

11 Freedom to Change - Letting go of Guilt Meditation class A meditation class, suitable for beginners consisting of a short talk based on Buddhist teachings and 2 guided meditations. Everyone welcome - no need to be Buddhist to attend. 10.30am-12pm. Cost £5 which includes refreshments. Heart Jewel Buddhist Meditation Centre, Holme Road, Matlock Bath DE4 3NU.For further information please contact us on Tel 01629 581585 or by email heartjewelcentre@gmail.com www.heartjewel.org.uk

11 JAZZ CONCERT at St Lawrence Church Eyam featuring Omega Jazz. 2-3pm. This is a free concert so please come along a sit in this beautiful church and enjoy the music.

11 National Park Ranger Service Along the Valleys: Edale to Bamford Start 10.15am at Edale, finish 4.30 at Bamford Station (return via train to Edale). 10 mile walk between Edale and Bamford station along the Edale valley, over the ridge at Hope Cross, alongside Ladybower Reservoir and via valley paths to Bamford Station. Good tracks/some rough paths throughout, one short steep climb. Blue badge holders only at meeting point; car parking at entrance to Edale village. (Alternatively park at Bamford Station and take train to Edale before walk commences.) Meet at The Moorland Visitor Centre, Edale (GR: SK124 856) (PC: S33 7ZA). Bring £3.50 for outward/return train fare. Booking essential 01629 816 270; you may donate when booking or give cash/cheque to the event leader on the day.

11 OUR BIG GIG EYAM Eyam will be hosting a day of musical events to listen to and participate in. Have a go at bell-ringing, listen to Omega Jazz performing in the church, enjoy coffee and cake in The Mechanics Institute and join in the singing, or come along to the evening concert of music of all genres. The events run from 11am–11pm and take place in The Mechanics Institute & St Lawrence Church. All events are free so please join us. Follow us on-line for the latest information. On Facebook Eyam Village Club/Mechanics Institute. On our website: http://www.eyammi.btck.co.uk/

11 SUMMER FAIR AT BONSALL PRIMARY SCHOOL 3-7pm. The school children will open the fair with music and singing at 3pm. You can try your hand at all sorts of games, win prizes and browse the stalls during the afternoon and don’t miss the delicious cream teas. The fun continues into the evening with fantastic live music from “The Sinners” at 6pm and a baked potato supper.

11 ST GILES CHURCH GARDEN PARTY 2-4pm. Held at Wheatsheaf House, 106 Church Street, Matlock Lots of fantastic activities and stalls for everyone. Cromford Community Brass Band, country dancing, tea and homemade cake, prize draw, plants, jewellery and book stalls, childrens activities, splat the rate, hook-a-duck, lucky dip, hoop-la, live wire. All proceeds for the restoration of St Giles Church.

11 St. Mary's Church, South Darley at 7.30pm. A Musical Evening with Darley Band and The Darley Hillside Singers. Tickets £6.available from any P.C.C. member will include a complimentary glass of wine and nibbles.

11 – 19 BAMFORD CARNIVAL AND WELL DRESSING See Special Events for further details.

Sunday
12 BUXTON RAMBLING CLUB Start at Pavilions car park, Buxton (next to swimming pool). Walk 1: Over Hill Road – Short up to 8 miles. 10am. Walk 2: Seven Days – Medium 8-12 miles. 9.30am. Anyone welcome. Membership £5 single or £8 family per year. Contact 01298 72230 or 01298 23441. www.buxtonramblingclub.co.uk

12 BRASS BAND - Holymoorside Band at The Three Stags, Darley Bridge. 7.30pm. BBQ and raffle.

12 CAR BOOT SALE in Hope Valley, Hope. Gates open 7am–12pm. Cars £5/Vans £10. Refreshments available. Sorry no dogs on the school grounds. Proceeds to Hope Valley College (HVC) and Hope Sports Association(HS). Information on www.hopevalley.derbyshire.sch.uk or 07538 194348.

12 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 10 miles. Moderate. Longnor market place, Pilsbury and High Peak Trail. 07749 894532.

12 DERWENT AND HOPE VALLEYS ADVANCED MOTORISTS meeting at the Eyre Arms, Calver Cross Roads at 10am. “Free assessment drives for local motorists. Also motorcyclists welcome to come along. Please contact on 01629 812732 for full details. Or visit the IAM website at www.iam.org.uk or www.matlock-iam.webs.com

12 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 10am. 9 miles (grade 2). SK 950733. Tegg’s Nose Country Park CP (pay and display), Macclesfield Forest, Shuttlingslow, Gritstone Trail. 01246 411237. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk

12 Hathersage OPEN GARDENS There will be 15 interesting and varied gardens open in the village, many sell refreshments. Tickets and a map available at any of the gardens which can be recognized by the balloons outside. Otherwise tickets can be bought from the centre of the village from 9.30am onwards.

12 HIGH PEAK ORCHESTRA FRINGE CONCERT 7.30pm, at St John’s church, St John’s Rd., Buxton. Programme: Dvorak Festival March. Rachmaninov Paganini Variations for Piano and Orchestra, Soloist: Ryan Drucker, Bruckner Symphony No 6. Tickets £10, concessions £8, accompanied children free, available at door or Buxton Opera House 0845 127 2190. Supporting the RNIB.

12 LADY MANNERS SCHOOL PARENTS ASSOCIATION CAR BOOT SALE Have a great day selling or buying and help raise money for our school. Gates open at 7am for Car Booters and close at 1pm. No commercial traders or food sales. Entry fee is just £6.00 per car. Free entry to members of the public. Excellent refreshments available all day. Come along and try our well-priced, delicious, locally reared bacon cobs, fresh made sandwiches, homemade cakes and a range of soft drinks, tea, coffee and hot chocolate. Sorry, no dogs are allowed on the school grounds.

12 LIVING HISTORY DISPLAY AND MUSTER Mill Yard, Cromford Mill. 11am-4pm. Free entry. The Georgian Home Guard prepares to defend the Mill against the French invaders led by Napoleon Bonaparte. Hear Captain Peter Arkwright’s company of volunteers tell their stories, see them pursue their normal occupations and try your hand at pike drill. Visit www.cromfordmills.org.uk further details or phone 01629 825995

12 MATLOCK EDGEFOLD CLUB Sequence and ballroom dancing to Phil Brown. 8-11pm.

12 – 18 BAMFORD WELL DRESSING See Special Events for further details.

Monday
13 BAKEWELL METHODIST CHURCH COFFEE MORNING Matlock Street, Bakewell. 10am-12noon. The Charity stall is in aid of Chatsworth W.I.

13 CHAPEL-EN-LE-FRITH MORRIS MEN The Club House and The Buxton Tap, Buxton. 8pm.

Tuesday
14 CHRISTIAN COFFEE CLUB Imperial Rooms, Matlock. 10am. Visiting speaker.

14 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Leisurely. Bonsall VH. Local walk. 01629 56052.

14 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Leisurely. Curbar Gap CP (fee). The Edges above Baslow. 07951 468471.

14 EYAM VILLAGE SOCIETY PRESENTS “THE ARCHITECTURE OF HARDWICK" A TALK BY DAVID LEWIS at 7.30pm in the Eyam Mechanics Institute. Members £2.00; Non-members £3.00 (including light refreshments). For further details contact Alan Buckingham 01433 631079.

14 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am – Easy walk 60 – 90 minutes. Meet at Tansley – Alders Lane, T junction with Carr lane/Cunnery Lane.

14 MEDITATION GROUP at the Rectory on the second Tuesday of the month. St. Giles Church, Matlock. 7.30-9pm. For more information, visit www.stgilesmatlock.co.uk/groups/meditation-group

14 PAN (PARENTING ADDITIONAL NEEDS) 9.30-11.30am. Matlock Children’s Centre. A monthly group offering support, information and advice to families who have a child with a disability. For more info please email parentingadditionalneeds@org.uk

14 TIDESWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 100am. Easy walk 60 – 90 minutes. Meet at Fountain Square, adjacent to the public toilets for a walk around Tideswell and the surrounding area.

14 YOULGRAVE EASY WALK 60 – 90 minutes, 10.30am. Meet at Coldwell End Car Park in the village for an easy walk around Youlgrave area.

Wednesday
15 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Leisurely/moderate. Carsington W. Sheepwash CP (fee). Local walk. 07866 308013.

15 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 11 miles. Moderate. Calver Old School, Bubnell, White Edge, Grindleford. 07910 289481.

15 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 11 miles. Moderate. Miller’s Dale Station CP (fee), Tideswell, Limestone Way. 01773824316.

15 "GODLY PLAY": story-telling for young and old in church. 5.30-6.30pm. Light refreshments provided by the Mothers' Union. St. Giles Church, Matlock. www.stgilesmatlock.co.uk



Thursday
16 BAKEWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Moderate walk 90 – 120 minutes. Meet at Calver – park next to the church.

16 BAKEWELL AND DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY 7.30pm. Town Hall, Bakewell.

16 Castleton Historical Society Members and Guests Evening. A chance to look around the museum outside public hours, check out the newly conserved Garland costumes, meet other members and discuss updates to archaeology and many other things. Wine and nibbles are provided. Visitors are most welcome, there is a small charge of £3. Please note this meeting is in the  Castleton Visitor Centre, adjacent the main car park, at 7.30pm.

16 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 8 miles. Moderate. Bonsall VH. Local walk. 01629 56052.

16 INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE LUMSDALE VALLEY Gothic Warehouse, Cromford Mill. 7pm. Cost: £7.50 (includes cheese and wine 7pm-7:30pm) – Limited places, advance booking recommended. Recently scheduled an ancient monument by English Heritage, the Lumsdale Valley is widely recognised as one of the top six most important water powered industrial archaeological sites in the UK. Discover more about the archaeology of Lumsdale through this fascinating talk by Julian Burgess, Chair of the Arkwright Society’s Lumsdale Committee, as part of the national Festival of Archaeology. For further details and ticket bookings please visit www.cromfordmills.org.uk or phone 01629 825995.

16 Wirksworth THURSDAY GROUP Wellspring Church, St John Street, Wirksworth. 10am-12noon. Camtad - Deaf Awareness - Simon Keeling.

16 - 23 PILSLEY (NEAR BAKEWELL) WELL DRESSING AND VILLAGE FAIR See Special Events for further details.

Friday
17 Hathersage OPEN AIR HEATED SWIMMING POOL NIGHT SWIM Come for a wonderful swim as you listen to live music from the band stand. 7.30-9.30pm. Tickets £6 Delicious homemade refreshments include soup, chilli and cakes. Book early to avoid disappointment on 01433 650843 or visit www.hathersageswimmingpool.co.uk

17 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 6.30pm. 5 miles (grade 2) SK 258659. Rowsley Old Station CP. Ramble in the area. 0114 2306 109. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk

17 THE ROTARY CLUB OF BAKEWELL CROQUET EVENT 4-8pm. Ashford in the Water Cricket Ground. Tickets £7.50 to include: filled rolls and nibbles, first drink, equipment and Tuition courtesy of Bakewell Croquet Club. All profits to local charities and youth projects supported by the Rotary Club of Bakewell. Tickets available from Heath Opticians - 01629 813532 or any Bakewell Rotarian.

Saturday
18 BAMFORD FARMERS MARKET Hope Valley. 9am-1pm. Indoors at Bamford Village Institute or in the Anglers Rest car park. Do you grow your own, pickle or jam your own and want an opportunity to sell it on then call Paul and book a stall. 07593 345514.

18 BIRCHOVER CARNIVAL AND MUSICAL FESTIVAL See Special Events for further details.

18 Chapel-en-le-Frith Morris Men 10.30am-4pm. Buxton Day of Dance 2015. 16 Morris sides dancing around Buxton throughout the day. info at http://chapelmorris.org/cmm_Bdod.htm

18 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 6 miles. Moderate. Allestree, Woodlands Lane CP. Local walk. 01332 557887.

18 MATLOCK EDGEFOLD CLUB Sequence and ballroom dancing to Nick Stone. 8-11pm.

18 MUSIC FOR A SUMMERS EVENING with the Darley Hillside Choir. Conductor Jan Smith, accompanist Keith Wall at Matlock Moor Chapel. 7.30pm. Admission £5.

18 NEW PERSPECTIVES PRESENTS HERE WE STAY by David Rudkin who gives the plague a central voice as narrator in a dramatic new telling of events at Eyam 350 years ago. 7.30pm. Eyam Parish Church. Tickets £12.conc. £10 & £8. Age suitability 12+. www.newperspectives.co.uk

18 RELAX & REFLECT MEDITATION CLASS. A meditation class, suitable for beginners consisting of a short talk based on Buddhist teachings and 2 guided meditations. Everyone welcome - no need to be Buddhist to attend. 10.30am-12pm. Cost £5 which includes refreshments. Heart Jewel Buddhist Meditation Centre, Holme Road, Matlock Bath DE4 3NU. For further information please contact us on Tel 01629 581585 or by email heartjewelcentre@gmail.com www.heartjewel.org.uk

18 THE PEAK FILLING STATION Christians of every hue celebrating together. 7pm Calver Village Hall. Nathan Blackaby. Christian Vision for Men. “Connecting men to Jesus, and the church to Men”.

18 & 19 SECRET GARDENS OF WINSTER 1.30-5.30pm. Over 20 hidden and secret gardens to discover around Winster. Attractions include plant and craft sales, children’s ‘Gnome Hunt’, live jazz, chamber choir performance (Saturday), cream teas, ices, and homemade refreshments. Free Park and Ride – look out for the signs on entry to the village. Tickets £4, or 2-day ticket £6, from outside the National Trust Market House and the ‘Park and Ride’ Car Park. Children free, but must be accompanied by an adult. Proceeds are in aid of our village hall, the Burton Institute and other village organisations.

18 – 24 LITTLE LONGSTONE WELL DRESSING See Special Events for further details.

18 – 25 GREAT LONGSTONE WELL DRESSING See Special Events for further details.

Sunday
19 VINTAGE AND QUIRKY SUMMER EVENT - Beeley Village Hall, 10am-5pm. Designer/Makers offering vintage loveliness, quirky accessories and delightful gifts at this ever popular handmade event. Pop-Up Cafe with delicious home baking.

19 ASHFORD IN THE WATER ANTIQUE GIFT AND CRAFT FAIR Ashford War Memorial Institute. Free admission. 10am-4.30pm. Refreshment available. To book a stall please email c.ward007@hotmail.com

19 BAMFORD Gardening SOCIETY 1915 – 2015 OPEN GARDENS 11.30am-4pm. Ticket for entry to all gardens, available on the day. £4 for adults, accompanied, children under 16 free. Part of our centenary celebrations.

19 BUXTON RAMBLING CLUB Start at Pavilions car park, Buxton (next to swimming pool). Walk 1: Bosley – Short up to 8 miles. 10am. Walk 2: Alderley Edge – Medium 8-12 miles. 9.30am. Anyone welcome. Membership £5 single or £8 family per year. Contact 01298 72230 or 01298 23441. www.buxtonramblingclub.co.uk

19 BRASS BAND - Shirebrook Band at The Three Stags, Darley Bridge. 7.30pm. BBQ and raffle.

19 CAR BOOT SALE in Hope Valley, Hope. Gates open 7am–12pm. Cars £5/Vans £10. Refreshments available. Sorry no dogs on the school grounds. Proceeds to Hope Valley College (HVC) and Hope Sports Association(HS). Information on www.hopevalley.derbyshire.sch.uk or 07538 194348.

19 CHAPEL EN LE FRITH MORRIS MEN 11am-4pm. 40th Anniversary Tour (including Buxton, Litton, Monyash and Bakewell).

19 CHARITY CAFÉ IN YOULGRAVE 10am-5pm at The Reading Room (opposite the church). Tea, coffee, home made cakes, light lunches, ice cream and bric a brac stall. Proceeds for the Youlgrave –Bangbutt Village Link clean water and infant health projects in Sierra Leone. www.youlgravebangbutt.org

19 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 10 miles. Moderate. Bakewell, Holme Lane, Carlton Lees, Beeley and Edensor. 01629 814450.

19 FREE BEGINNERS FLY-FISHING COURSE At Orvis Retail Store, The Old Town Hall, King Street, Bakewell. Contact store for details 01629 810226. Further info. orvis.co.uk/learntoflyfish

19 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 10 miles (grade 3). SK 105848., Upper Booth CP. Jacob’s Ladder and the Edale skyline. (No dogs). 0114 2306109. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk

19 MATLOCK ADVANCED MOTORISTS AND MOTORCYCLISTS meeting, at Highfields Upper School, off Chesterfield Road, Matlock at 10am. Free assessment drives for local motorists and riders. Please contact Bill Storey on 01629 812732 for full details. Or visit the IAM website at www.iam.org.uk or www.matlock-iam.webs.com

Monday
20 BAKEWELL METHODIST CHURCH COFFEE MORNING Matlock Street, Bakewell. 10am-12noon. The Charity stall is in aid of Action for Children (1-in-10).

20 CHAPEL-EN-LE-FRITH MORRIS MEN The Old Nag’s Head, Edale. 8pm.

20 DERBYSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST WYE AND UPPER DERWENT GROUP TALK Visit to Hartington Meadows. Julia Gow, Reserves Officer will lead a guided evening walk for the Wye and Upper Derwent Group around this reserve, which in the summer is bursting with wild flowers and birds.?Suitable outdoor clothing and footwear required. To book - George Wolfe on 01433 631308. All welcome.

20 MATLOCK AND DISTRICT HARD OF HEARING CLUB Full day outing to Cleethorpes. Contact Sheila Slack 01629 732715.

Tuesday
21 ALL SAINTS ‘TOTS AND TEDS’ TEDDY BEARS’ PICNIC’. Our annual summer event for pre-school Toddlers, Babies and their Carers. We will be getting together again at 1.30pm in our big meeting room, the Newark at Bakewell Parish Church. Songs, story time and delicious refreshments are included plus plenty of time for free play. No charge. Everyone welcome. For more information please contact: Kath 812457, or Julia 815123




SPECIAL EVENTS

BAKEWELL WELL DRESSING AND CARNIVAL
27TH JUNE-4TH JULY
2nd 7pm Raft race. 8pm Jack Russell Races on the park. 8.30pm Tug-o-war.
3rd 6.30pm Children’s Sports held on recreation ground. 7.25pm Wheelbarrow and welly race starting at Bakewell Bridge.
4th Carnival Day. 1.30pm Assembly of Carnival Entrants on Recreation Ground. Introduction of visiting Queens and the Judges for the Queen of Queens Trophy. Entries on the Day.
Bakewell Classic car Concourse.
2pm Judging of Entries 2.15pm Crowning of Bakewell Carnival Queen by local celebrity. 3pm Commencement of Procession.
Display by the Bands in the Arena. Sideshows and Entertainment throughout the day. Refreshments served in the marquee.
5th 11am Outdoor United Church Service on the recreation ground. 2pm Carnival Annual Duck Race - start Bakewell Bridge. Annual Duck Race tickets £1 available from Bakewell News, Wards shoe shop, Stewarts cards, the Pet Shop, Age UK Day Centre, Mad 4 Ink, Pinelog, Moorhall general stores, Bakewell Gift and Bear Shop. 1st prize £100, 2nd £75, 3rd £50, 4th £40, 5th £25.
Wacky windows competition prizes 1st £10, 2nd £7 3rd £5. Colouring competition 1st £10, 2nd £7 3rd £5.

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HOPE WELL DRESSING AND GALA DAY
27TH JUNE-5TH JULY

27th-4th Jul. Church will be open daily. 11am-5pm (except when a service is taking place). Light refreshments will be available – cakes, teas, coffee.
There will be a photo exhibition in the Chancel hosted by Kate & Keith Brown. Display of church vestments as well.
The exhibition by the Historical Society will include items on World War 1, and Games past and present.
This year we have introduced “Valley’s Got Talent” and H.A.D.I.T.’s “Murder Mystery Night which will take place on the evening of Saturday 27th. Tickets available from Committee Members.
2nd Lydian Singers Concert with Caccia Wind Quintet in church -8pm - £7.50 per head (including glass of Fairtrade wine in the interval).
4th 1pm Main parade day will take place starting from Hope Sports Field from 1pm, with stalls, food Entertainment and a bar available throughout the day.
The theme for this year “Games for the Young, Games for the Old, we don’t care just be bold!”
Come on and join in the fun!
Audio Visual Show in church 7pm- £5 per head – entitled “That’s Entertainment” Pictures, Music and a Good Story by Kate and Keith Brown.
Throughout the week we have events such as Football, Tag Rugby, Tug’O’War, Kids Fun and Games, Family Picnic, Songs for the Golden Age, Treasure Hunt, River Race, Pet Show, our Famous Fell Race.
If you would like a pitch for a stall on the field, or wish to take part in any event, please contact
Samantha Dalton on 07886 002707 or
Sabina Gladstone on 07881 812527.

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OVER HADDON WELL DRESSING
4TH-12TH JULY

26th June–3rd July Making the dressing - garages on Main Street.
4th -Blessing Ceremony 11am, Wellgate Lane
Tea and delicious home made cakes in the
Village Hall on 4th and 5th July 11am-4.30pm.

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HATHERSAGE WELL DRESSING AND GALA
4TH-11TH JULY

4th 10am Pet show on tennis courts by Hathersage swimming pool. 2pm Crowning of the gala royal family followed by fun and games in the village. 2.30pm Junior fun run. 3.30-4.30pm Buxton animal magic at the Hathersage Hall Business Centre. 3.45pm Adult mountain bike challenge starting at Hathersage Hall Business Centre.
7pm Opportunity Knocks - Memorial Hall.
 5th 10am-12noon Kids cricket on the cricket field, Baulk Lane. 12noon 6- a-side cricket competition at Baulk Lane. 6pm Blessing of wells with music from Hathersage Band followed by Gala Praise in the Methodist Church.
6th 4pm Junior football tournament (7-11 age group). 5pm Junior football 5-a-side game (11-16 age group). Both on the football field. 7.30pm Senior fell race from the School field. 8pm Ladies hockey on the tennis courts.
7th 4.30-5.30pm Under 16 junior doubles tennis tournament. 5.30pm Senior doubles tennis tournament. 5.45-6.45pm Swimming pool fun. 7pm Pram/wheelbarrow race. 7.30-10.30pm Ceilidh with The Well Dressed Band in the gala marquee.
8th 6.30pm Car treasure hunt.
7.30-9pm Give it a go bell ringing.
9th 4-6pm Scarecrow walk and mini treasure hunt.
6-7pm Junior orienteering. 6.30pm Senior 5-a-side football tournament on the tennis courts.
7.15pm Family bingo at the memorial hall.
10th 7pm Duck race from Leadmill Bridge.
8pm Family disco.
11th 1.15pm Fancy dress judging. 1.45pm Carnival procession followed by entertainment, fairground rides, Punch and Judy, Hathersage Band, games, stalls and refreshments on the gala field.
7pm-midnight End of gala band night in the Gala marquee.
12th 10.30am-4pm Open gardens.

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WINSTER WAKES
28TH JUNE-4TH JULY

Winster Wakes is one of the most ancient of the Derbyshire village festivals. It’s also one of the most distinctive, with its final day being held in the Main Street to a backdrop of its eighteenth-century facades.
2nd 2.30–4.30pm Winster Country Show - Marquee next to School. 7.30pm Hill Race - Starts at Market House. 9.15pm Music Quiz and Barbecue - Bowling Green pub.
3rd 5pm Duck Hunt - Bowling Green pub. 7.30pm Winster Night (Talent Show) - Marquee next to School.
4th 1.30–5.30pm Carnival with parade, stalls, fancy dress, Morris dancing, BMX display, games, café and bar, tug-o-war, Punch and Judy, palm reading, brass band, etc. - Main Street 6.30–11pm Children’s disco, bucking bronco - tournament, and dancing to the band TimeZone (50s, 60s and 70s music, rock’n’roll and beyond) - Marquee next to School.
Full details on www.winster.org

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BUXTON WELL DRESSING AND CARNIVAL
5TH-13TH JULY

5th 1.45pm Well blessing service and procession.
St Anne’s Church. 3pm Crowning ceremony.
6th 7.30pm Historical presentation -
Burbage Institute.
8th 1.45pm Festival Royalty Tour.
9th 5-10.30pm James Mellors Festival Fair, Market Place.
10th 6.30pm Car Treasure Hunt - St Ann’s Well, The Crescent.
5-11.30pm James Mellors Festival Fair - Market Place.
11th From 10am Carnival Day -
Pavilion Gardens Promenade.
12noon-11.30pm James Mellors Festival Fair - Market Place.
12noon Live street music - Bottom of the slopes.
1pm Live concert - Portland Hotel.
1pm Dakota flypast.
1.45pm Carnival road race.
2pm Carnival parade.
4.15pm Lions Duck Race - Bridge over River Wye,
Pavilion Gardens.
4pm Promenade Entertainment - Pavilion Gardens.
4.30-7pm Carnival concert in the Bandstand.
12noon-11.30pm James Mellors Festival Fair - Market Place.
12th 2pm Football competition - Buxton FC,
Silverlands, Buxton.
2-9pm James Mellors Festival Fair - Market Place.
6pm Church Service - St Anne’s Church.

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 ROWSLEY WELL DRESSING
27TH JUNE-4TH JULY

28th 10.30am Blessing of wells.

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BAMFORD WELL DRESSING AND CARNIVAL
11TH-19TH JULY

Theme - “Musicals”
11th 10am Putting up the well.
8pm Gig in the Pub, at The Anglers, organised by BCAC.
12th 1.30pm Dog Show on the recreation ground £4 per dog, registration from 1pm. Refreshments provided by Pre-School. 6pm Blessing of the well on the village green accompanied by Castleton Silver Band. 6.30pm Crowning of Carnival Royalty – at St John the Baptist Church followed by refreshments at the Moore Memorial Hall.
13th 7pm Bingo in the village institute. Entry Fee £1.
NO ADMISSION TO ANYBODY UNDER THE AGE OF 16.
14th 10am - Storytime at the Rest Café for toddlers, entry free, organised by Demelza Whitbread.
6.30pm Junior Fell Race at Yorkshire Bridge (Parsons Gate), 2 mile course. Ages 4-15years. Registration from 6pm Entry fee £2. following junior fell race, ice cream van, BBQ, refreshments and traditional games on the Banking, provided by the Yorkshire Bridge Inn.
15th 10am-1pm Teddy Bears Picnic at the Moore Memorial Hall, entry £1.50, under 6 months 50p, bring your teddybear and a picnic to share, hosted by the Baby and Toddler Group. 4-6pm Storykeepers fun afternoon at the Moore Memorial Hall. Ages 5-11 years fun games and BBQ, sponsored by Hope Valley Christian Youth Work and Bamford Storykeepers. Entry £1. 7.30pm Open Tower at St. Johns Church organised by Elaine Frost 651748 and Pam Willetts 656544. 7.30pm Senior Fell Race at the Recreation Ground. Ages 15 years and over, open to all. Entry fee £5, supported by the Anglers Rest. Refreshments by Bamford PTFA, Marshalls needed. 9pm Pub Quiz and BBQ hosted by Rob and Lisa Taylor at the Anglers. £1 per person.
16th 6pm Family fun Bingo in the Anglers. 9pm Jon Alex Band, at the Anglers, Sponsored by A1 Leisure, Swallowholme Caravan Park and Hope Valley Construction Ltd.
17th 6.30pm Film Night, Title - Pitch Perfect at the Moore Memorial Hall. Price adults £3, Children £1. 5-6pm - Car Treasure Hunt start on the Rec. and finishing at Ladybower Inn for refreshments. Entry £5 per car.
18th Carnival Day. 2pm Carnival procession from Ashopton Old Road. 1.15pm Fancy dress, cash prizes competitors assemble in the school yard. Sponsored by Carbolite. Judging of floats 1.30pm On the Rec Ashby Big Band. Fancy dress parade. Parade of Queens and Retinue (Queens teas donated by Riverside Garage). Katie Robinson’s On Broadway Dancers. Duck Race. Hog Roast donated by Heatherhill Meats. Licensed Bar by Watt Bar. Stalls, games, rides, face painting, car painting and lots more. Grand draw raffle. Entrance Adults £1 Children free, car park 50p.
Carnival Day Evening Casino night at the Anglers 9.9.30pm
Organised by Bamford Football Club. Find us on www.bamfordcarnival.org and also on Facebook
19th 11.30am-4pm Bamford Open Gardens, to celebrate the Centenery of Bamford Gardening Society, maps available throughout the week, entry £4, organised by Geraldine Thompson, contact Gthompson31@sky.com
12.00 - Family Fun Afternoon, with traditional games including Rounders, Tug of war, children’s races, 5 a side football etc, also Tennis club open for taster sessions feel free to have a go.

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PARWICH WAKES
27TH JUNE-3RD JULY

2nd 6.30pm Children’s Film Night (Shaun the Sheep) Parwich Memorial Hall. 8pm Annual Ball Race Pump Hill
3rd End of Wakes Week Live Music Event 8.30pm till midnight Live Music Event with Big Lix Parwich British Legion.

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ST LUKE’S CHURCH, SHEEN FLOWER FESTIVAL
4th-10th July

Theme `Mine’s A Pint!`
11am -7pm daily, light refreshments served at the back of the church, toilets and ample parking.
For Sat navs SK17 0ES.
Car boot Saturday 4th July 11am onwards, bacon butties served 11am - 2pm
Songs of praise 5th July 6.30PM
For more information contact Ann on 01298 84396.

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OVER HADDON WELL DRESSING
4TH-12TH JULY

26th June–3rd July Making the dressing - garages on Main Street.
4th -Blessing Ceremony 11am, Wellgate Lane
Tea and delicious home made cakes in the
Village Hall on 4th and 5th July 11am-4.30pm.

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PILSLEY (NEAR BAKEWELL) WELL DRESSING
AND VILLAGE FAIR
16TH-23RD JULY

16th 7pm Blessing of well on village green. 7.30-9pm Hot pork sandwiches and dancing outside the Devonshire Arms.
17th 6-7.30pm Children’s sports on school field.
18th 1.45-5pm Pilsley village fair. Adults £1, children free. 1.30pm Judging of fancy dress at top of High Street. 1.45pm procession. 2pm To be opened by Jonathan Moseley from BBC’s The Big Allotment Challenge. Magic show, Punch and Judy, bouncy castle, stalls and games. Floral competition (free entry bring for 1.30pm) Table arrangement with an every day object and at least one real flower. Special Event Meet snakes, scorpions and other cuddly creatures with Corner Exotics. 7.30pm On the green. BYO food and drink. Disco and silly party games for all the family.

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ST ANNE’S CHURCH, BATH ROAD, BUXTON
FLOWER FESTIVAL

8th-12th July
Theme  ‘Art in Flowers’
10am-4pm.

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BIRCHOVER CARNIVAL AND MUSIC FESTIVAL
18th July

17th Live music and traditional pizza oven outside the Red Lion.
18th Carnival Day. Entertainment from 12noon until late.
Carnival acts to entertain the crowds outside the Druid Inn and Red Lion. Ashover Brass Band, Bakewell Silver Band and The Breaston Highlanders.
On the village playing field there will be side shows, fair rides, stalls and attractions. Patrick Cooke and his musical monkey and barrel organ. Entertainment from The Red Barrows. Punch and Judy. Total Wipeout, Bungee Challenge, Bouncy Castle, Ferret Roulette and Ferret Race Stadium, Derwent Bowmen, Small Fairground Rides, Coconut Shy, PTA Café and BBQ, Donkey Rides, Trampolines and much more...!  Birds of Prey display.
6pm Live music (Ignite, Parka, The Likely Ones, Filthy Beggars and Angels). Spectacular firework and light finale by Pyrotex Fireworx - Barn Farm Campsite.

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LITTLE LONGSTONE WELL DRESSING
18TH-24TH JULY

18th 1.15pm Blessing of the well.
19th Bakewell Silver Band playing  outside the Packhorse pub  from 6.30pm.

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GREAT LONGSTONE WELL DRESSING
18TH-25TH JULY

18th Blessing of well.