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JULY

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

13 – 19 Chelmorton FESTIVAL See Special Events for further details.

Thursday
16 BAKEWELL CHILDREN’S CENTRE next door to the library. Baby stay and play. 1.30-3pm. 01629 533673.

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 BAKEWELL GUIDED TOUR 2pm. About one hour. River Wye to a Tudor House Museum. £4 charity. Book at Tourist Info Centre (01629 813227) by 1pm. Meet at TIC.

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 MATLOCK CHILDREN’S CENTRE School Road. Messy Play. 10-11.30am. A weekly session for 0-5 year olds focussing on learning through play. There will be a story and rhyme time and snack provided. Please note: children to wear old clothes. No need to book. 01629 581867.

16 MATLOCK CHILDREN’S CENTRE School Road. New Parents Group. School Road, Matlock. 1.30-3.30pm. Tel. 01629 581867.

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 BAKEWELL CHILDREN’S CENTRE next door to the library. ASD Support Group. 1-2.30pm. 01629 533673.

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 MATLOCK CHILDREN’S CENTRE Derbyshire Toy Libraries, Matlock. Tel. 01629 581867.

17 OPEN MIC NIGHT Wheatcroft’s Wharf Canalside Café, Cromford. Free entry. An evening of music in the relaxed atmosphere of Wheatcroft’s Wharf Café. 7-9pm. Book a slot on the night or just sit back and listen. Visit www.cromfordmills.org.uk for further details or phone 01629 825995.

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 CARSINGTON AND HOPTON FETE 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 MEET THE ARTIST – JOHN HERMANSEN POTTERY Mill Yard, Cromford Mill. 10am-4pm. Free entry. Stoneware pottery available to purchase. Visit www.cromfordmills.org.uk for further details or phone 01629 825995

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 ARKWRIGHT SPINSTERS Gothic Warehouse, Cromford Mill. 11am-4pm. Free entry. The Arkwright Spinsters will be demonstrating spinning and fibre crafting and sharing their skills. Bring your own spinning wheel and learn to spin. Visit www.cromfordmills.org.uk for further details or phone 01629 825995.

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 DERBYSHIRE WOODCRAFTS Mill Yard, Cromford Mill. 10am-4pm. Free entry. Demonstrations by traditional wood carvers including wood turning on a lathe, wood carving and pyrography. All products available to purchase. Visit www.cromfordmills.org.uk for further details or phone 01629 825995.

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 GREAT HUCKLOW OLD CHAPEL (UNITARIAN) 10.30am. DIY Service. Led by Liz Shaw.

19 GRINDLEFORD ALLOTMENTS OPEN DAY Come and talk to the allotment holders and see how the allotments have developed in the last year.  Refreshments available. 2-5pm.

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 HARTINGTON SCHOOL FETE See Special Events for further details.

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

19 National Park Ranger Service Around Eyam and Beyond. Start 11am, finish 3pm. 5 miles. Around the historic villages of Eyam and Stoney Middleton, delving into the history and traditions of the area. Mainly on footpaths and tracks, steep incline, stiles. Meet opposite the museum, on Hawkhill Road, Eyam (GR: SK216 767) (PC: S32 5QP). Car park on Hawkshill Road, follow signs in Eyam village. Booking essential 01629 816 270, cost £3 per person. Family ticket available.

19 National Park Ranger Service Come and be Lead Astray. Start 10.45am, finish 4pm. 6 miles. Enjoy stunning views above Castleton and enter the secret world of our lead mining heritage in Peak Forest. On paths and tracks, not flat but no steep ascents or descents, some stiles. Meet Mam Nick car park (GR: SK124 833). Booking essential 01629 816 270; you may donate when booking, or give cash/cheque to the event leader on the day.

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.

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 CHILDREN’S CENTRE Breast feeding support group. 12.30-1.30pm. Baby stay and play 1.30-3pm. Tel. 01629 581867.

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.

21 BAKEWELL CHILDREN’S CENTRE next door to the library. Baby Babble - Help to develop your baby’s communication skills - suitable for babies aged 4-9 months. 4 week programme 10.15-11am. Booking is essential. 01629 533673.

21 BASLOW FLOWER CIRCLE “Timeless Classics a demonstration by Pat Billing. 2pm. Baslow Village Hall. Visitors and new members welcome.

21 BRADWELL HISTORICAL SOCIETY A Walk Round the Hills. Meet at the Shoulder of Mutton at 7.30pm.

21 CHERRY HILL, EYAM. GARDEN OPEN for the National Garden Scheme Charity. 1-5pm One Acre Garden, with children’s tree den, wild flower area, large herbaceous garden.  Enjoy delicious refreshments with home baked cakes and buy pre loved garden books.

21 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 11am. 4 miles. Extra leisurely. Ilam Hall NT CP (fee). Castern Hall. 01335 343869.

21 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Leisurely. Bakewell Station CP (fee), Haddon Hall, Over Haddon. 01773 827887/01773 824838.

21 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Leisurely. Wirksworth Nat. Stone Centre (lower CP ) Slinter Wood, Rose End Meadow. 07790 123429.

21 MATLOCK CHILDREN’S CENTRE School Road. Little stars. 1-2.30pm. Tel. 01629 581867.

21 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am - Moderate walk 60 – 90 minutes. Meet at Bonsall, Fountain Café, parking opposite.

Wednesday
22 BAKEWELL CHILDREN’S CENTRE next door to the library. Bakewell bunnies. 10.30am-12noon. 01629 533673.

22 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 16 miles. Strenuous. Barber Booth CP. ‘Almost’ Edale skyline, Rushop Edge, Great Ridge, Crowden Clough. cc. 9.10am Calver slip road. 07917 054843.

22 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 12 miles. Strenuous. Alstonefield CP (WC) Castern Wood, Thor’s Cave, Ecton Hill, Ladyside, Narrowdale. 01246 274459.

22 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 5 miles (grade 2) SK 216767. Eyam (free car park). Ramble in the area. 0114 2306 109. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk

22 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am Easy walk 60 - 90 minutes. Meet at Bonsall, Fountain Café, parking opposite.

Thursday
23 A HOUSEKEEPER’S TALE – A TALK BY CHRISTINE ROBINSON Gothic Warehouse, Cromford Mill. £7.50 (includes cheese and wine from 7pm, talk begins at 7:30pm). Join Chatsworth’s Head Housekeeper Christine Robinson and step behind the scenes of this great House and Estate that is the home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. Christine has worked for Chatsworth for 40 years and brings the characters and workings of the House and Estate to life through her recent book A Housekeeper’s Tale. For further details and ticket bookings please visit www.cromfordmills.org.uk or phone 01629 825995.

23 BAKEWELL CHILDREN’S CENTRE next door to the library. Baby stay and play. 1.30-3pm. 01629 533673.

23 BAKEWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Moderate walk 90 – 120 minutes. Meet at Rowsley – Park in rear car park at Peak Village.

23 BAKEWELL GUIDED TOUR 2pm. About one hour. River Wye to a Tudor House Museum. £4 charity. Book at Tourist Info Centre (01629 813227) by 1pm. Meet at TIC.

23 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 8 miles. Moderate. Sheen bunhouse (park along main street), Manifold Trail, Pilsbury castle. 01629 57578.

23 MATLOCK CHILDREN’S CENTRE School Road. Messy Play. 10-11.30pm. Tel. 01629 581867.

23 SALE FASHION SHOW in store at Izzi’s of Baslow. 7.30pm. Tickets £6 including glass of fizz. Proceeds in aid of Sick Children’s Trust. Tickets 01246 582500.

Friday
24 BASLOW SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB Baslow Village Hall, 2pm. Gill Sprakes - Colours to Dye For.

24 MATLOCK CHILDREN’S CENTRE Derbyshire Toy Libraries, Matlock. Tel. 01629 581867.

24 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 5 miles (grade 2) SK 266803. Fox House. Ramble in the area. 07879 404108. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk

24 WHIST DRIVE Chelmorton War Memorial Institute. 7.30pm.

Saturday
25 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 7 miles. Moderate. Errwood reservoir, Wild Moor, Errwood Hall, Foxlow Edge. 07740 459015.

25 BAKEWELL LOCAL COMMITTEE INVITE YOU TO THEIR GARDEN PARTY held at the home of Carol and David Walker. Hillside off Coombs Road,?Bakewell, DE45 1AQ. Refreshments available. Cream teas, cakes, raffle, stalls to enjoy. 2.30-4.30pm. In aid of Cancer Research UK.

25 MAKE YOUR OWN RAG RUG BAG Gothic Warehouse, Cromford Mill. 10am-12.30pm and 1.30-4pm. Cost: £18 (includes all materials) - Limited places, advance booking essential. Learn the art of rag rug making in one of these two relaxed fun workshops. You will be shown the basics of traditional rag rug making before Decorating a hessian bag of your choice. There will be the opportunity to purchase additional materials. For further details and ticket bookings please visit www.cromfordmills.org.uk or phone 01629 825995.

25 MATLOCK EDGEFOLD CLUB a full evening of Entertainment with the comical 4 piece band Still Crazy and the personality vocalist Rachel Louise. 8.30-midnight.

25 SHELDON DAY See Special Events for further details.

25 & 26 ART AND MAKERS FESTIVAL Cromford Mills. 11am-5pm. Free entry. Meet the artists and browse a diverse selection of quality artwork from paintings and photography to pottery and jewellery. Visit www.cromfordmills.org.uk for further details or phone 01629 825995.

25 & 26 THE FRIENDS OF ST. EDMUNDS CASTLETON are organising a village wide Garage Sale. A large number of local people will be arranging for their garage/drives to sell a large variety of goods. 10am-4.30pm. Maps of Sale Venues will be available from Castleton Visitors Centre or from any of the official participants.

25 – 31 BONSALL CARNIVAL AND WELL DRESSING See Special Events for further details.

25 – 3 AUG STONEY MIDDLETON WELL DRESSING See Special Events for further details.

Sunday
26 A WALK ALONG THE LUMSDALE VALLEY Meet at the layby opposite Highfields School on Lumsdale Road, DE4 5LB. 2-4pm. Cost: £3 – Limited places, advance booking required. A leisurely guided three-mile walk along this wooded gorge of outstanding natural beauty, exploring the stone ruins, ponds and waterfall that make up this unique industrial valley site. For further details and ticket bookings please visit www.cromfordmills.org.uk or phone 01629 825995.

26 BUXTON RAMBLING CLUB Start at Pavilions car park, Buxton (next to swimming pool). Walk 1: Jacobs Ladder – Short up to 8 miles. 10am. Walk 2: Ashbourne circular - 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

26 ASHBOURNE ANIMAL WELFARE BARK AT THE ARK OPEN DAY AND FUN DOG SHOW See Special Events for further details.

26 BRASS BAND - Pleasley Colliery Band at The Three Stags, Darley Bridge. 7.30pm. BBQ and raffle.

26 BRASSINGTON WAKES WEEK See Special Events for further details.

26 "BREATHING SPACE" time for quiet reflection. Music and sacred chants, lighting of candles, poems, readings. 6.30-7.30 pm. Come and go as you wish. St. Giles Church, Matlock. www.stgilesmatlock.co.uk

26 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.

26 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 11 miles. Moderate. Mam Nick CP, Sparrowpit and Castleton. 01623 552985.

26 Fundraising Fiesta at Greenway Café, Matlock in aid of Ashgate Hospice. A Day of Spanish Fun – games, stalls, bric-a-brac, fancy dress competition, generous raffle prizes for local attractions. Also Flamenco dance workshops with a guitarist (£3 pp). Entrance £1 per family. 10.30am–3pm. Further details: nemmyhatch@hotmail.com or ring Nemmy on 07957 820046.

26 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 10 miles (grade 2) SK 132556. Alstonefield CP. Milldale, Hall Dale (cut off), Wetton, Alstonefield. 0114 2306 109. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk

26 MATLOCK EDGEFOLD CLUB Sequence and ballroom dancing to Eric Reid. 8-11pm.

26 TISSINGTON CHURCH FETE at Tissington Hall. 1.30-4pm. Osmaston Wind Band. Teas, stalls and numerous attractions including your chance to give Sir Richard a soaking on the ducking stool.

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

27 CHAPEL EN LE FRITH MORRIS MEN 8pm. The Old Hall, Hope.

27 MATLOCK CHILDREN’S CENTRE School Road. Welcome meeting 10am. Breast feeding support group. 12.30-1.30pm. Baby stay and play 1.30-3pm. Tel. 01629 581867.

Tuesday
28 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 7 miles. Moderate. Biggin VH roadside, Hartington. 07974 413839.

28 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Hollinsclough roadside, Chrome Hill. 07825 641064.

28 MATLOCK CHILDREN’S CENTRE School Road. Little starts. 1-2.30pm. Tel. 01629 581867.

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

28 National Park Ranger Service Earth Explorers Wanted! A Fun Filled Activity Walk for Families. Start 10.30am, finish 3.30pm. 3 mile walk on easy terrain to discover a beautiful dale, with lots of activities aimed at children aged 5-11 for the family to share. Meet by the playground in the centre of Middleton by Youlgreave (GR: SK195 632) (PC: DE45 1LS). Booking essential 01629 816 270; you may donate when booking, or give cash/cheque to the event leader on the day.

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

28 – 30 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
29 BAKEWELL CHILDREN’S CENTRE next door to the library. Bakewell bunnies. 10.30am-12noon. 01629 533673.

29 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 7 miles. Leisurely/moderate. Osmaston village CP (by pond). Local walk. 01332 511116.

29 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 9.30am. 12 miles. Moderate. Narlows Lane CP Thorpe. Private hire bus to Rocester. Limestone Way. 01629 584254.

29 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 10 miles. Moderate. Monyash CP. Sheldon, Lathkill Dale. 01629 583840.

29 MATLOCK CHILDREN’S CENTRE Party in the Park for children aged 5 years+. Tel. 01629 581867for more details.

29 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Easy walk 60 - 90 minutes. Meet at Butterley Top (park in lay-by past Scotland Nurseries on B6014).

29 ST HELEN’S LADIES GROUP Darley Dale will be meeting at Haddon Hall for the last meeting of the summer for afternoon tea. New members very welcome.

29 TEA FOR TWO £2 per person. Bakewell Royal British Legion Women’s Section. At the home of the Branch President Judith Twigg, The Avenue, Bakewell. 7.30pm. Bring and Buy Stall and Raffle.

Thursday
30 BAKEWELL CHILDREN’S CENTRE next door to the library. Baby stay and play. 1.30-3pm. 01629 533673.

30 BAKEWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Moderate walk 90 – 120 minutes. Meet at Bakewell Agricultural Business Centre. Pay and Display car park.

30 BAKEWELL GUIDED TOUR 2pm. About one hour. River Wye to a Tudor House Museum. £4 charity. Book at Tourist Info Centre (01629 813227) by 1pm. Meet at TIC.

30 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 8 miles. Moderate. Tegg’s Nose CV CP. Walker Barn, Lamaload Res. Gritstone Trail. 01773 827804.

30 FIBRES AND FABRICS Cromford Mills. 10am-12noon. Cost: £5 (accompanying adults free) – Limited places, advance booking recommended. Children must be accompanied by an adult. A chance for all the family to discover the many uses of some of the world’s natural fibres including cotton. See if you can tell the difference between mohair and sisal, jute and wool and have a go at carding and spinning. For further details and ticket bookings please visit www.cromfordmills.org.uk or phone 01629 825995.

30 MATLOCK CHILDREN’S CENTRE School Road. Messy Play. 10-11.30am. Tel. 01629 581867.

Friday
31 BAKEWELL CHILDREN’S CENTRE And Matlock Children’s Centre Event at Hurst Farm Community Centre. Super heroes theme. 2-4pm. Come in fancy dress if you wish. 01629 533673.

31 MATLOCK CHILDREN’S CENTRE Derbyshire Toy Libraries, Matlock. 10am-12noon. Tel. 01629 581867.

31 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 6.30pm. 5 miles (grade 2) SK 291837. Ringinglow (meet at Norfolk Arms) Ramble in the area. 0114 2662 348 or 07518 029776. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk

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



AUGUST

Saturday

1 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 7 miles. Moderate. Oakamoor PS. Cotton Dell. 01335 342361.

1 CHARITY FAMILY FUN DAY Medway Community Centre, Bakewell. 10am-2pm. Free entry. Taster sessions for music. Dance and singing lessons. Refreshments available. Details Sarah 07531 284749.

1 Charles Hanson Antiques and Carol Tunley Antiques are holding a valuation session at St Giles Church, Matlock. Bring along your items for valuation (no charge for admission but donations would be much appreciated). 9.30am-1pm.

1 DERBYSHIRE DALES WOODCRAFT CLUB Wyaston village hall 10am-2pm. The club has about 40 members at varying skill levels, from complete beginner to expert, in woodturning, woodcarving, marquetry and pyrography. We welcome local pyrography expert Bob Neill who will be bringing along a number of pyrography sets enabling those who wish to try their hands at this craft. Entry fee for visitors is £6, half of which will be credited if you become a member (free tea/coffee). For more info. go to www.ddwc.co.uk If you would like to know more email your query to info@ddwc.co.uk or phone James Sharpe on 01335 344933.

1 GARDEN AND BAKERY OPEN DAY Cliff House Farm, Cawlow Lane, Warslow, nr Hartington. 9am-6pm. Admission £1, children free. Proceeds to Stroke Association. Tel. 01298 84325.

1 MATLOCK EDGEFOLD CLUB Sequence and ballroom dancing to Mark Spafford. 8-11pm.

1 YARD SALE AT FLAGG 9am onwards. Hobson Farm. Refreshments. Contact Sue on 07791 650509 for details. Proceeds to Ashgate Hospice C.R.Y. and Flagg Village Hall.

1 & 2 QUILTS IN THE PEAK An exhibition of patchwork and quilting by Monyash Quilters. In the Methodist Chapel, Monyash, DE45 1JJ. Open 10.30am-4.30pm. Quilt raffle, discount trader, tombola, sales table, light refreshments. Admission £2. All proceeds to the local charities.

1 – 8 BRADWELL WELL DRESSING AND GALA See Special Events for further details.

Sunday
2 BRASS BAND - Hucknall and Lindby Band at The Three Stags, Darley Bridge. 7.30pm. BBQ and raffle.

2 BUXTON RAMBLING CLUB Start at Pavilions car park, Buxton (next to swimming pool). Walk 1: Bollington – Short up to 8 miles. 10am. Walk 2: Eastern Edges – 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

2 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 11 miles. Moderate. Monyash village CP. Taddington, Chelmorton and Flagg. 07913 559337.

2 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.

2 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 11 miles (grade 2). SK 008799. Taxal. (Park in lay-by on the B5004 – Whaley Bridge to Buxton Road). Windgather Rocks, Taxal Edge, Cats Tor, Shining Tor, Errwood and Fernilee Reservoirs. (Dogs on short fixed leads). 07879 404 108. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk

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

3 CHAPEL EN LE FRITH MORRIS MEN The Rambler, Edale. 8pm.

3 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

3 MATLOCK AND DISTRICT HARD OF HEARING CLUB Imperial Rooms, Matlock. 2pm. Talk on Chatsworth by Christine Robinson. Contact Sheila Slack 01629 732715.

3 MATLOCK CHILDREN’S CENTRE School Road. Breast feeding support group 12.30-1.30pm. Baby stay and play 1.30-3pm. Tel. 01629 581867.

3 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.


SPECIAL EVENTS

BAMFORD WELL DRESSING AND CARNIVAL
11TH-19TH JULY
Theme - “Musicals”

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 Limited.
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.
5pm Once again, Bamford village’s annual carnival is to be drawn to a close by the sound of music, with a celebration of folk, gospel and traditional hymns and informal worship.  The service is supported by all three of Bamford’s churches, and the music is led by the Bamford Village Singers who have taken their Folk on Sunday services to churches throughout the Hope Valley and recently to Crosspool Festival.
This years event takes place in the grounds of St John the Baptist Church and refreshments will be available, with a collection on the day going towards the work of the Hope Valley food bank.
Events correct at time of writing, please see noticeboards for changes or updates.

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CHELMORTON FESTIVAL
13TH-19TH JULY

Chelmorton is located near to Buxton, and is signposted off the A515 Ashbourne to Buxton and from the A6 Bakewell to Buxton route. For those using a SAT NAV please use postcode SK17 9SH.
Throughout the week the flower bedecked church will be hosting a local history exhibition, while the Village Institute will be home to an exhibition and sale of local art and craft. Take an opportunity to wander the village (treasure hunt) in hand to see the scarecrows and note the historical points of interest.
16th Band concert in the Church and a shorter walk around Chelmorton’s mines.
17th Village history walk and the history exhibition in the Church will be staffed in the afternoon and early evening to permit the more precious documentation to be available for examination.
18th Village Day, with street stalls, sports, a mini beer festival and band, followed by the prize giving, a disco and pig-roast. Also the history exhibition will again be staffed, this time with the addition of eminent Derbyshire architect, Clive Hart who will be available most of the time from 11am-3pm
19th Songs of Praise in the village Church.
There are still a few remaining tickets on sale in advance for the Murder Mystery Meal, Band Concert and Disco. To book visit www.chelmortonvillage.org.uk.
Most events are free to enter but donations are very welcome and any monies raised will be donated to the village charities which include the Defibrillator Appeal, the Parish Church of St. John the Baptist, and the Institute.
To find out more about the village, the event and how to get tickets please visit www.chemortonvillage.org.uk; or follow us via Facebook and twitter @chellyfest.

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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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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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CARSINGTON AND HOPTON FETE
18TH JULY

Held on Carsington village green.
2-4pm Plant stall, friends of school tuck shop, tombola, white elephant, cake competition, splat the rat, sharp shooter, coconut shy, book stall teas and coffees, bean bag games, lucky dip, face painting, hook a duck raffle, guess the sweets in the jar, cakes stall, BBQ and bar.
4-9pm Carsington and Hopton Primary School Musical Medley. Raffle draw plus live music from the A52’s from 6pm. All welcome.

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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.

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HARTINGTON SCHOOL
Car treasure hunt and Summer Fete
19th July

(Hartington C of E Primary (SK17 0AS).
Treasure hunt starts at 1pm at school. (Winner receives £50 voucher). £5 per car entry. 2.30pm Fete entry free.
Come and join us for an afternoon of fun. Everyone is welcome. BBQ, bouncy castle, welly wanging.

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Sheldon Day 25th July
2pm

23rd Sheldon Fell Race. 7.30pm start.
Ashbourne Brass Band; Dog Show; Poultry and Pet Show; Egg Throwing Competition; Mini Farm; Village Treasure Hunt; New Close Farm Hog Roast; Splat-the-Rat; Magic Show; Great Ball Race; Plants and Books; Welly Wanging; Tombola; Grand Raffle; Coconut Shy and Bottle Darts; Sheldon History Group; Tractors and Mini Steam Train; Vintage Cars; Steam engines; Cream Teas; Cakes and Ice Creams; Hog Roast; Church Flowers; Steam Engines; Hook-a-duck; Produce Show; Pet and Poultry Show;
Face Painting.

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STONEY MIDDLETON WELL DRESSING
25TH JULY-3RD AUGUST
On The Nook

25th July-2nd Aug. 10.30am Well dressing shop open. Teas served in Church grounds.
25th 12noon Stalls and fun on The Nook. BBQ, face painting. 2-6pm Exhibition in Wesleyan Reform Church. Art show at the Moon Inn all wekk. 2pm Fancy dress judging. Agincourt theme. Scarecrow and window dressing competition prize giving. 3pm Opening ceremony - Archdeacon Christine Wilson. Blessing of the wells followed by Maypole dancing, Tideswell Band, Morris dancing. 5pm Ball race - numbers available from local shops and the Moon Inn.
26th 9am Parish Eucharist at St Martin’s Church. 6pm Chocolate brownie bake off. Judging in the Moon Inn.
27th 12noon Teddy bears picnic on the playing field. 2-6pm Exhibition in Wesleyan Reform Church ‘Emanuel’ - God with us. 5.30pm Boat race in the Nook - preschool, children, young adult and adult classes. 8pm Darts and dominoes - Moon Inn.
28th 2-6pm Exhibition in Wesleyan Reform Church (see 27th) 8pm Points make prizes - quiz in the Moon Inn.
30th 6.30pm Fell race registration on the field. 7.30pm Fell race begins.
31st 6.30-7.30pm Registration for walking treasure hunt.
1st 8.30pm Moon Inn. Gala night with local singer Billy Eden.
2nd 9am Parish Eucharist at St Martin’s Church. 10.30am Worship at Wesleyan Reform Church. 6.30pm Evensong ‘Come and sing’ at St Martin’s Church. Choose your favourite hymns. 9pm Fun quiz night in the Moon Inn.

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ASHBOURNE ANIMAL WELFARE
BARK AT THE ARK OPEN DAY AND FUN DOG SHOW
SUNDAY 26TH JULY

11am-4pm.
The Ark, Wyaston Rd, Ashbourne
Fun Dog Show - classes inc. Waggiest Tail, Most Handsome Dog, Prettiest Bitch etc. Dog Agility Displays, Dancing Dogs and heelwork to music. Cat Chat Corner - advice on cat care and behaviour. Donkeys from the Donkey Sanctuary Derbyshire Centre. Hedgehogs, Rabbits, Tortoises, Guinea Pigs, Snakes and Spiders!
Visit the cattery & kennels and meet some of the cats and dogs waiting for adoption
Vintage cars, homemade lunches & teas, gifts, stalls,
Admission only £2 (children & parking are free).

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BRASSINGTON WAKES WEEK
26th July 10am-2pm Village Jumble Trail, come along and walk around our beautiful village, look out for the village scarecrows,
and find yourself a real bargain ……
Maps showing location of the numerous stalls
around Brassington will be on sale.
Further information please ring
Karen Pope 01629 540400 or Sue Genders 01629 540242
This will be followed by the
Village Strong Man Competition
in the School Field from 2.30-4.30pm
 The day ends with the wonderful music from the
‘Brassington Middleton and Wirksworth
Brass Band’ at the Open Air Service
on the Miner’s Hill from 6pm

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BRADWELL WELL DRESSING AND GALA
1ST-8TH AUGUST

1st Carnival Day. 11.30am Stalls & attractions open
1pm Judging of the entrants and fancy dress
2pm Carnival Procession starts.
3pm Judging of Queens and Entertainment on the field plus stalls.
2nd Children’s Sports - on the Sports field.
Races for children aged 4 -10 years plus Mums and Dads. Organised by Bradwell Rovers JFC.
3pm Five a Side Football. Juniors - 14 years, mixed aged teams. Dads game between semi and final. Organised by Bradwell Rovers JFC.
7pm Blessing of the Wells Parade
accompanied by Castleton Silver Band.
The procession will start from St. Barnabas Church, proceeding onto the Church Street Well, The Children’s Well, Townend Well and finishing at Smalldale Well.
9.30pm Quiz and Bingo with free supper at The Shoulder of Mutton.
3rd 2-2.30pm Family Walking Treasure Hunt – Town Bottom Playfields, £3 per family, max 2 adults and 3 children per team. Organised by Bradwell Pre School. 7pm Duck Race down Bradwell Brook, tickets on sale in the village. Organised by Bradda Dads.
7.30-8.30pm Street Fair - will take place in Towngate. Fun & Games for all the family. Organised by FOBS (Friends of Bradwell Schools)
BBQ – organised by the White Hart. 8.30pm onwards Auction of Promises – Outside the White Hart, to raise money for Macmillan nurses, please support this worthy cause.
7.30pm Folk Music Night with local musicians by Don & Jane Edwards, Ye Olde Bowling Green.
4th 7.30pm Senior Fell Race starting from Sports Pavilion, Stretfield. Thank you to all landowners for allowing access for senior and junior fell race runners.
Contact Alan Ward 01433 621351.
7pm start Junior Pool Knockout 14 years and under
    Free supper. £25 Winner and £10 Runner up,
The Shoulder.
9pm Graham Riley Quiz & Bingo Night – free supper and cash prizes – Ye Olde Bowling Green.
5th 9pm Quiz night with Bradda Dads – White Hart.
6th 5.30pm Wakes Week Car Treasure Hunt start and finishes at the Ye Olde Bowling Green, food available.
Entry £5 per car – maximum 5 people per car
Further info. Esther 07878648601.
7pm Family Prize Bingo, children welcome must be accompanied by an adult – The Shoulder of Mutton.
7th Both races sponsored by James Bacon,
The White Hart.
7pm Mini Race open to boys and girls school Year 2 and under. Entry £2.00 per child, booking in from 6pm onwards.
Eden Tree Caravan trophy overall winner
Medals for 1st, 2nd, 3rd. 7pm Junior Fell Race
Open to boys & girls school Year 10 and under
Starting at the sports pavilion, entry £2.00 per child booking in from 6pm. B Fischer Memorial trophy overall winner. Albert Edge Memorial trophy
for 1st local boy.
Albert Edge Memorial trophy for 1st BRJFC member,
K Repton Cup runner-up. Mrs Lin Middleton Trophy for 1st local girl, John Archer 1st Bradwell
Allsports member.
Michael Baily - for 1st aged 10 or under on the day.
All to be held for 1 year.
8pm Presentation of Cups and Medals.
9.30pm ‘Grin Factor’ – unmissable modern pop and rock covers at the White Hart.
8th 10am-5pm Open gardens. Tickets and map are £3 available during Gala Week from St. Barnabas Church, the Methodist Hall, the Post Office and Bradwell’s Ice Cream Shop and the Ye Olde Bowling Green. www.opengardens.co.uk
Bradwell’s ‘Grumpy Old Men’ Motorbike Show,
in aid of local charities,
opposite Bradwell Ice Cream Shop.
2pm, 3.30pm & 5pm Story Bag Theatre – Passchendale. A satirical look at the First World War in 15 minutes. The Shoulder of Mutton car park.
8pm Casino Royale Night, Dress to Impress, £10 per ticket includes £5 free funny money and 1 cocktail, Roulette, Black Jack, Chinese Raffle, Roulette Lottery, For tickets contact – The Shoulder or Debbie 07805473202 / Hilary 07813734366
email bradwellsports@yahoo.co.uk
9th 3pm Gala Praise – St Barnabas Church Grounds

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Bonsall Carnival and Well Dressing, Bonsall, Nr Matlock
25th–31st July

25th 12.45pm Village park. Official opening of the Carnival
Carnival Queen ceremony. Judging of floats, fancy dress, best dressed house and wheelbarrow. 1.15pm Procession through the village Entertainment in the park includes:
Top Lodge performance (novelty dog event); Bonsall dog show (family event for adults and their children, and dogs!); Sam the Clown; Legendry ducking stool; Football game; Rope game; ‘Smash plates’; Traditional games;
Side stalls; BBQ, mini beer festival and bar; Tea and cakes will be served in the Village Hall. 8pm Local bands will be playing in the Marquee (Village Park).
26th 2pm Blessing of the Wells which starts from St James’ Church. 3pm Youlgrave Brass band will play in the Village Park. Cream teas will be served in the marquee.
27th 6.30pm Lantern making, Village Hall. 7pm Fun run starts at The Cross.
28th Registration for Five-a-side Football, preliminary rounds in the Village Park.
29th 6.30pm It’s a Rock Out with Bonsall Red Barrows – new event! Following a brilliant launch last year and rave review, the Red Barrows will be offering brave young volunteers (aged 8 to 11) the chance to make up SIX teams each with a willing (and possibly nervous) grown-up-parent-type person and join the performance. Each team will have three members, one in each team must be an adult. The six teams will be part of the Red Barrows crew and compete in the thrills and spills of the It’s a Rock Out competition. Complete and total silliness is guaranteed to occur (and water... and flour... and possibly custard pies). Full protective gear will be supplied and the ability to tell left from right an advantage! 7pm Wheelbarrow Race starts at The Pig O’Lead.
30th 6pm Walking Treasure Hunt starts at The Fountain. 7pm Bike race starts at The Cross.
31st 6pm Village Park. Five-a-side football final. Hot food available at The Fountain Cafe. Dusk - Lantern procession and Firework finale.