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What's on in the Peak District area.

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Tuesday 17th May

BASLOW FLOWER CIRCLE Baslow Village Hall, 2pm. Floral demonstration by Andrew Key.

Tuesday 17th May

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY WALK 2.00pm Very easy walk, stroll or bench to bench. Meet at Hassop Station near Bakewell. Walk on very good surfaces on the Monsal Trail.

Tuesday 17th May

MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.00am Easy walk 60-90 minutes. Meet at Tansley, Alders Lane.

Wednesday 18th May

ASHBOURNE DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.30am. Long Progression walk. Meet at Dimmingsdale – Ramblers Retreat, Red Road.

Wednesday 18th May

MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.00am Easy walk 60-90 minutes. Meet at Sainsburys, car park by fuel station.

Wednesday 18th May

TIDESWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.00am Moderate walk 90-120 minutes. Meet at Fountain Square, adjacent to the public toilets.

Thursday 19th May

BAKEWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.00am Moderate walk 90-120 minutes. Meet in Great Longstone.

Thursday 19th May

GUIDED WALKING TOUR OF BAKEWELL from river to Old House Museum, about an hour and a quarter, and half a mile long, starting 1.30pm. Meet Visitor Centre. Please book there (01629 813227) by 1.00pm. Cost £5 adult, children and dogs go free. Money goes to the museum charity. Contact museum (01629 813642) to save £1 on combined ticket for walking tour and museum entry.

Thursday 19th May

MATLOCK RAILWAY CLUB Duke William, Church Street, Matlock. 7.30pm AGM plus Short Films. Non members welcome - details 07900 244 913 or visit matlockrailwayclub.wordpress.com

Thursday 19th May

THURSDAY GROUP Chris Riggot Peak 4x4 Response. All meetings 10am at the Hope and Anchor, Marketplace, Wirksworth DE4 4ET.

Friday 20th May

BASLOW SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB Meetings in Baslow Village Hall at 2pm. Loop System available. Please adjust your hearing aid if necessary. Mary Ann Hooper “Retracing my Grandparents’ trip across America”. Subscription £12. A delicious tea will be served at each meeting costing £2.

Friday 20th May

CRESSBROOK FILM CLUB The last film of the current season is ‘Blinded by the Light’, a must-watch film for all Bruce Springsteen fans old and new. This film is a story of courage, love, hope, family and the unique ability of music to lift the human spirit. Doors at The Cressbrook open at 7.30pm for 8pm and as usual there is a well-stocked bar. Please book early by phoning Roger Savery on 07768 314313 and we look forward to seeing everyone.

Friday 20th May

JON ALLEN AND THE LUNA KINGS Medway Centre, Bakewell 8.00pm. Tickets £20 online at www.wegottickets.com. Enquiries 01335 310121 or avh.concerts@gmail.com. All proceeds go to Alstonefield Village Hall.

Saturday 21st May

DARLEY DALE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY Plant Sale 10am-11.30pm at Darley Dale Methodist Church Hall, Dale Road North DE4 2FT. More information www.ddhs.org.uk or the Secretary Sue Thompson on 07796 858965.

Saturday 21st May

TIDESWELL AND DISTRICT REPAIR CAFÉ Bring your broken items to see if they can be fixed. Save them from going to landfill, and save money too! Run by volunteers, we don't charge for repairs, but donations encouraged to help with venue hire costs. Refreshments available. Venue: Tideswell Community Hall, SK17 8NU. More info: facebook.com/TideswellRepairCafe

Sunday 22nd May

VINTAGE TRACTORS AT HEAGE WINDMILL See website for more information www.heagewindmill.org.uk

Sunday 22nd May

LADY MANNERS SCHOOL BAKEWELL CAR BOOT SALE 7:30am-11:30am. All proceeds from the entry fees and refreshments will go to the school. Gates open 7:00am for sellers. No commercial traders or food sales please. Sellers queue from the B5055 into Shutts Lane, buyers please use the school car parks. Sellers £7 per car. No need to book. Free entry to public. Lady Manners School, Shutts Lane, Bakewell, DE45 1JA. Enquiries: parentsassociationlms@gmail.com Sorry, no dogs are allowed on the school grounds.

Monday 23rd May

DOWN TO EARTH FARM WALK organised by the new Peak Farmers Group, will take place at Home Farm (Simply Milk), Hassop Road, Hassop, DE45 1NU by kind permission of the Dilks family, lunch included. Free event 11am to 2.30pm intended to give farmers a chance to find out more about maintaining soil health and optimising nutrients as well as looking at seed selection and crop management. For more information or to book any of our future events please don’t hesitate to email: info@peakfarmersgroup.co.uk or call: 07483 373435.

Tussday 24th May

MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.00am Easy walk 60-90 minutes. Meet at Highfields School, Lumsdale.

Tussday 24th May

YOULGRAVE DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.30am. Easy walk 60-90 minutes. Meet at Coldwell End car park.

Wednesday 25th May

ASHBOURNE DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.30am. Long Progression walk 3 hrs. Meet at Alsop Moor – lay-by on A515, 1 mile of junction to Alsop village (SK156563).

Wednesday 25th May

MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.00am Easy walk 60-90 minutes. Meet at Highfields School, Lumsdale.

Thursday 26th May

BAKEWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.00am Moderate walk 90-120 minutes. Meet in Edensor.

Thursday 26th May

GUIDED WALKING TOUR OF BAKEWELL from river to Old House Museum. See Thursday 19th May listing for more details.

Thursday 26th May

THE FARMING LIFE CENTRE WALKS 1.15pm. Easy walk 60-90 minutes. Meet at Marsh Green Farm Shop, Ashover. S45 0DX.

Saturday 28th May

MIDDLETON-BY-YOULGRAVE VILLAGE MARKET starts at midday. Cake stall, books, shabby chic, locally grown plants from a selection provided by Middleton gardeners. Tombola. Bric-a-brac stall. Children’s activity. Win one of the numerous raffle prizes. Winster Morris Dancers performing in the Square, starting around 1.30pm. This is a cash-only market.

Saturday 28th May

UPPERTOWN SOCIAL CENTRE Dark Lightning Soul n’ Roll 7.00 for 8.00pm, £12 entry supper included. For tickets: 07966 154798. Ahsover, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S45 0JF.

Saturday 28th May

- 29 AFTERNOON TEA IN AID OF CHRISTIAN AID working with refugees and the poorest people of the world, at Meadow Cottage, Snitterton, Matlock DE4 2JG (behind the bull ring and post box). All welcome. 2-4pm

Sunday 29th May

COME AND SEE THE WELLS being prepared in Monyash Village Hall from 7pm onwards. Have a go, you will enjoy it!

Wednesday 1st June

CROMFORD WI Cromford Community Centre 7-9 Market Place, Cromford DE4 3RE Di Mcharg Madame Headmaster.

Thursday 2nd June

GUIDED WALKING TOUR OF BAKEWELL from river to Old House Museum. See Thursday 19th May listing for more details.

Thursday 2nd June

HARTINGTON CELEBRATES THE QUEEN’S JUBILEE 7.00-9.30pm Warslow Silver Band Concert - Village Hall. Bring your own drinks There is a nominal charge of £5. Tickets available from Sue at the Post Office 9.40pm Majesty Bugle Call - Village Pond 9.45pm Lighting of the Beacon - View from the Village Pond.

Thursday 2nd June

JUBILEE BEACON being lit on Riber hillside and will be visible from Hall Leys Park and Bailey’s Tump. 9.45pm – Weather permitting.

Thursday 2nd June

JUBILEE CELEBRATION IN THE CHURCH All Saints Parish Church, Youlgrave, 8.30pm. Music, singing, handbell ringing, poetry and a rendition of the specially commissioned song ‘A Life filled with Grace’ by local ladies. Free. Refreshments. All welcome.

Thursday 2nd June

- 4 RAINBOW FESTIVAL Wesleyan Reform Chapel, Youlgrave. 10am-12 noon. Light refreshments and stalls.

Friday 3rd June

BASLOW SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB Meetings in Baslow Village Hall at 2pm. Loop System available. Please adjust your hearing aid if necessary. The Queen’s Jubilee Tea.

Friday 3rd June

HARTINGTON CELEBRATES THE QUEEN’S JUBILEE Scarecrow Competition Judging 1.30-4pm Family Treasure Hunt - Farm Shop.

Friday 3rd June

JUBILEE STREET PARTY Church Street/Main Street, Youlgrave, 10am-5pm. Youlgrave Silver Band playing from 2pm. Bring your families, friends and a picnic – all welcome. No gazebos or BBQs, please. (Note: the road through the centre of the village will be completely closed to all traffic for the duration.)

Friday 3rd June

JUBILEE TEA DANCE at the Imperial Rooms. 2pm Contact 01629 583042 or enquiries@matlock.gov.uk for tickets, cost £5.

Friday 3rd June

MONYASH MARKET DAY 10am-4pm. Monyash Well Dressing Blessing 2pm on the car park.

Saturday 4th June

BREAST CANCER NOW’S PINK RIBBON WALK is returning to the beauty hotspot of Chatsworth House and The Peak District, and is calling on outdoor lovers to step forward for people affected by breast cancer. Challenge yourself to a Pink Ribbon Walk and help fund life-changing research and support. Find out more and register today at www.breastcancernow.org/ribbonwalk

Saturday 4th June

HARTINGTON CELEBRATES THE QUEEN’S JUBILEE 1pm Wheelbarrow Race - The Duck Pond 2pm Tug of War - Village Green.

Saturday 4th June

JUBILEE MARKET with street entertainment, stilt walkers, face painting, corgi trail, bouncy castles and more, Hall Leys Park 10am-3pm.

Saturday 4th June

COFFEE CONCERTS at Bakewell Parish Church. Proceeds to go towards the organ restoration fund. Coffee concerts commence on Saturdays at 11am, with coffee and biscuits being served in the Newark room from 10.15 am. The concerts are free of charge, but donations are welcomed.

Saturday 4th June

- 5 THE MAGICAL GARDENS OF BONSALL 10am-5pm. Sixteen beautiful, quirky and unique gardens of the village of Bonsall will be open to visitors. £5 for adults and children are free. Refreshments available on the magical journey throughout your trip, both in gardens and at the two pubs and café. All proceeds go towards charitable village projects. www.bonsallopengardens.co.uk

Sunday 5th June

BAKEWELL AND DISTRICT COMMUNITY CHOIR at 3.30pm on Rutland Recreation Ground, Bakewell, picnic in the park. Join us to celebrate our Queen’s Jubilee.

Sunday 5th June

HARTINGTON CELEBRATES THE QUEEN’S JUBILEE 10am Church Service 2-5pm Jubilee Picnic. Bring your own picnic, rugs etc with Music Fit For The Queen at the field behind the War Memorial. Jubilee Pudding Display & Tasting. 5pm Peel of Bells from St Giles’ Church.

Sunday 5th June

JUBILEE MARKET 10am-3pm with street entertainment, stilt walkers, face painting, corgi trail, bouncy castles and more, Hall Leys Park, plus bands on the band stand 11am-3pm.

Sunday 5th June

LUNCH AT THE OLD SCHOOL, HOPE Salmon and salad followed by strawberries and roulade. £10 adult, £8 older children. Tickets from 01433 651767.

Sunday 5th June

SUMMERFEST SUNDAYS Free community events. Giveaways – food, toys, phone cards. River Network Charity. 105 Starkholmes Road, Matlock DE4 3DE.

Monday 6th June

BONSALL CHURCH FARMERS/ CRAFT/ FOOD/ LOTS OF THINGS MARKET is starting in the church. It will then be held on the first Monday of each month. Open from 9.30-5 and our refreshments stall will be serving from 12-3. The charge will be £5 for sellers and all proceeds will benefit the the church.

Monday 6th June

DERWENT AND HOPE VALLEYS ADVANCED MOTORISTS AND MOTORCYCLISTS indoor meeting at 7.30pm at the Duke William, Church Street, Matlock – for details of the evening event contact Bill Storey on 01629 812732, non members welcome. Or visit their website at www.matlock-iamroadsmart.org.uk

Saturday 11th-19th June

RAINOW RURAL LIFE EXHIBITION from 10am daily. Free entry. One House Lodge, Buxton New Road, Macclesfield SK11 0AD. 01629 410735.

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Tuesday 17th May

BASLOW FLOWER CIRCLE Baslow Village Hall, 2pm. Floral demonstration by Andrew Key.

Tuesday 17th May

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY WALK 2.00pm Very easy walk, stroll or bench to bench. Meet at Hassop Station near Bakewell. Walk on very good surfaces on the Monsal Trail.

Tuesday 17th May

MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.00am Easy walk 60-90 minutes. Meet at Tansley, Alders Lane.

Wednesday 18th May

ASHBOURNE DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.30am. Long Progression walk. Meet at Dimmingsdale – Ramblers Retreat, Red Road.

Wednesday 18th May

MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.00am Easy walk 60-90 minutes. Meet at Sainsburys, car park by fuel station.

Wednesday 18th May

TIDESWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.00am Moderate walk 90-120 minutes. Meet at Fountain Square, adjacent to the public toilets.

Thursday 19th May

BAKEWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.00am Moderate walk 90-120 minutes. Meet in Great Longstone.

Thursday 19th May

GUIDED WALKING TOUR OF BAKEWELL from river to Old House Museum, about an hour and a quarter, and half a mile long, starting 1.30pm. Meet Visitor Centre. Please book there (01629 813227) by 1.00pm. Cost £5 adult, children and dogs go free. Money goes to the museum charity. Contact museum (01629 813642) to save £1 on combined ticket for walking tour and museum entry.

Thursday 19th May

MATLOCK RAILWAY CLUB Duke William, Church Street, Matlock. 7.30pm AGM plus Short Films. Non members welcome - details 07900 244 913 or visit matlockrailwayclub.wordpress.com

Thursday 19th May

THURSDAY GROUP Chris Riggot Peak 4x4 Response. All meetings 10am at the Hope and Anchor, Marketplace, Wirksworth DE4 4ET.

Friday 20th May

BASLOW SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB Meetings in Baslow Village Hall at 2pm. Loop System available. Please adjust your hearing aid if necessary. Mary Ann Hooper “Retracing my Grandparents’ trip across America”. Subscription £12. A delicious tea will be served at each meeting costing £2.

Friday 20th May

CRESSBROOK FILM CLUB The last film of the current season is ‘Blinded by the Light’, a must-watch film for all Bruce Springsteen fans old and new. This film is a story of courage, love, hope, family and the unique ability of music to lift the human spirit. Doors at The Cressbrook open at 7.30pm for 8pm and as usual there is a well-stocked bar. Please book early by phoning Roger Savery on 07768 314313 and we look forward to seeing everyone.

Friday 20th May

JON ALLEN AND THE LUNA KINGS Medway Centre, Bakewell 8.00pm. Tickets £20 online at www.wegottickets.com. Enquiries 01335 310121 or avh.concerts@gmail.com. All proceeds go to Alstonefield Village Hall.

Saturday 21st May

DARLEY DALE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY Plant Sale 10am-11.30pm at Darley Dale Methodist Church Hall, Dale Road North DE4 2FT. More information www.ddhs.org.uk or the Secretary Sue Thompson on 07796 858965.

Saturday 21st May

TIDESWELL AND DISTRICT REPAIR CAFÉ Bring your broken items to see if they can be fixed. Save them from going to landfill, and save money too! Run by volunteers, we don't charge for repairs, but donations encouraged to help with venue hire costs. Refreshments available. Venue: Tideswell Community Hall, SK17 8NU. More info: facebook.com/TideswellRepairCafe

Sunday 22nd May

VINTAGE TRACTORS AT HEAGE WINDMILL See website for more information www.heagewindmill.org.uk

Sunday 22nd May

LADY MANNERS SCHOOL BAKEWELL CAR BOOT SALE 7:30am-11:30am. All proceeds from the entry fees and refreshments will go to the school. Gates open 7:00am for sellers. No commercial traders or food sales please. Sellers queue from the B5055 into Shutts Lane, buyers please use the school car parks. Sellers £7 per car. No need to book. Free entry to public. Lady Manners School, Shutts Lane, Bakewell, DE45 1JA. Enquiries: parentsassociationlms@gmail.com Sorry, no dogs are allowed on the school grounds.

Monday 23rd May

DOWN TO EARTH FARM WALK organised by the new Peak Farmers Group, will take place at Home Farm (Simply Milk), Hassop Road, Hassop, DE45 1NU by kind permission of the Dilks family, lunch included. Free event 11am to 2.30pm intended to give farmers a chance to find out more about maintaining soil health and optimising nutrients as well as looking at seed selection and crop management. For more information or to book any of our future events please don’t hesitate to email: info@peakfarmersgroup.co.uk or call: 07483 373435.

Tussday 24th May

MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.00am Easy walk 60-90 minutes. Meet at Highfields School, Lumsdale.

Tussday 24th May

YOULGRAVE DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.30am. Easy walk 60-90 minutes. Meet at Coldwell End car park.

Wednesday 25th May

ASHBOURNE DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.30am. Long Progression walk 3 hrs. Meet at Alsop Moor – lay-by on A515, 1 mile of junction to Alsop village (SK156563).

Wednesday 25th May

MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.00am Easy walk 60-90 minutes. Meet at Highfields School, Lumsdale.

Thursday 26th May

BAKEWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES HEALTH WALKS 10.00am Moderate walk 90-120 minutes. Meet in Edensor.

Thursday 26th May

GUIDED WALKING TOUR OF BAKEWELL from river to Old House Museum. See Thursday 19th May listing for more details.

Thursday 26th May

THE FARMING LIFE CENTRE WALKS 1.15pm. Easy walk 60-90 minutes. Meet at Marsh Green Farm Shop, Ashover. S45 0DX.

Saturday 28th May

MIDDLETON-BY-YOULGRAVE VILLAGE MARKET starts at midday. Cake stall, books, shabby chic, locally grown plants from a selection provided by Middleton gardeners. Tombola. Bric-a-brac stall. Children’s activity. Win one of the numerous raffle prizes. Winster Morris Dancers performing in the Square, starting around 1.30pm. This is a cash-only market.

Saturday 28th May

UPPERTOWN SOCIAL CENTRE Dark Lightning Soul n’ Roll 7.00 for 8.00pm, £12 entry supper included. For tickets: 07966 154798. Ahsover, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S45 0JF.

Saturday 28th May

- 29 AFTERNOON TEA IN AID OF CHRISTIAN AID working with refugees and the poorest people of the world, at Meadow Cottage, Snitterton, Matlock DE4 2JG (behind the bull ring and post box). All welcome. 2-4pm

Sunday 29th May

COME AND SEE THE WELLS being prepared in Monyash Village Hall from 7pm onwards. Have a go, you will enjoy it!

Wednesday 1st June

CROMFORD WI Cromford Community Centre 7-9 Market Place, Cromford DE4 3RE Di Mcharg Madame Headmaster.

Thursday 2nd June

GUIDED WALKING TOUR OF BAKEWELL from river to Old House Museum. See Thursday 19th May listing for more details.

Thursday 2nd June

HARTINGTON CELEBRATES THE QUEEN’S JUBILEE 7.00-9.30pm Warslow Silver Band Concert - Village Hall. Bring your own drinks There is a nominal charge of £5. Tickets available from Sue at the Post Office 9.40pm Majesty Bugle Call - Village Pond 9.45pm Lighting of the Beacon - View from the Village Pond.

Thursday 2nd June

JUBILEE BEACON being lit on Riber hillside and will be visible from Hall Leys Park and Bailey’s Tump. 9.45pm – Weather permitting.

Thursday 2nd June

JUBILEE CELEBRATION IN THE CHURCH All Saints Parish Church, Youlgrave, 8.30pm. Music, singing, handbell ringing, poetry and a rendition of the specially commissioned song ‘A Life filled with Grace’ by local ladies. Free. Refreshments. All welcome.

Thursday 2nd June

- 4 RAINBOW FESTIVAL Wesleyan Reform Chapel, Youlgrave. 10am-12 noon. Light refreshments and stalls.

Friday 3rd June

BASLOW SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB Meetings in Baslow Village Hall at 2pm. Loop System available. Please adjust your hearing aid if necessary. The Queen’s Jubilee Tea.

Friday 3rd June

HARTINGTON CELEBRATES THE QUEEN’S JUBILEE Scarecrow Competition Judging 1.30-4pm Family Treasure Hunt - Farm Shop.

Friday 3rd June

JUBILEE STREET PARTY Church Street/Main Street, Youlgrave, 10am-5pm. Youlgrave Silver Band playing from 2pm. Bring your families, friends and a picnic – all welcome. No gazebos or BBQs, please. (Note: the road through the centre of the village will be completely closed to all traffic for the duration.)

Friday 3rd June

JUBILEE TEA DANCE at the Imperial Rooms. 2pm Contact 01629 583042 or enquiries@matlock.gov.uk for tickets, cost £5.

Friday 3rd June

MONYASH MARKET DAY 10am-4pm. Monyash Well Dressing Blessing 2pm on the car park.

Saturday 4th June

BREAST CANCER NOW’S PINK RIBBON WALK is returning to the beauty hotspot of Chatsworth House and The Peak District, and is calling on outdoor lovers to step forward for people affected by breast cancer. Challenge yourself to a Pink Ribbon Walk and help fund life-changing research and support. Find out more and register today at www.breastcancernow.org/ribbonwalk

Saturday 4th June

HARTINGTON CELEBRATES THE QUEEN’S JUBILEE 1pm Wheelbarrow Race - The Duck Pond 2pm Tug of War - Village Green.

Saturday 4th June

JUBILEE MARKET with street entertainment, stilt walkers, face painting, corgi trail, bouncy castles and more, Hall Leys Park 10am-3pm.

Saturday 4th June

COFFEE CONCERTS at Bakewell Parish Church. Proceeds to go towards the organ restoration fund. Coffee concerts commence on Saturdays at 11am, with coffee and biscuits being served in the Newark room from 10.15 am. The concerts are free of charge, but donations are welcomed.

Saturday 4th June

- 5 THE MAGICAL GARDENS OF BONSALL 10am-5pm. Sixteen beautiful, quirky and unique gardens of the village of Bonsall will be open to visitors. £5 for adults and children are free. Refreshments available on the magical journey throughout your trip, both in gardens and at the two pubs and café. All proceeds go towards charitable village projects. www.bonsallopengardens.co.uk

Sunday 5th June

BAKEWELL AND DISTRICT COMMUNITY CHOIR at 3.30pm on Rutland Recreation Ground, Bakewell, picnic in the park. Join us to celebrate our Queen’s Jubilee.

Sunday 5th June

HARTINGTON CELEBRATES THE QUEEN’S JUBILEE 10am Church Service 2-5pm Jubilee Picnic. Bring your own picnic, rugs etc with Music Fit For The Queen at the field behind the War Memorial. Jubilee Pudding Display & Tasting. 5pm Peel of Bells from St Giles’ Church.

Sunday 5th June

JUBILEE MARKET 10am-3pm with street entertainment, stilt walkers, face painting, corgi trail, bouncy castles and more, Hall Leys Park, plus bands on the band stand 11am-3pm.

Sunday 5th June

LUNCH AT THE OLD SCHOOL, HOPE Salmon and salad followed by strawberries and roulade. £10 adult, £8 older children. Tickets from 01433 651767.

Sunday 5th June

SUMMERFEST SUNDAYS Free community events. Giveaways – food, toys, phone cards. River Network Charity. 105 Starkholmes Road, Matlock DE4 3DE.

Monday 6th June

BONSALL CHURCH FARMERS/ CRAFT/ FOOD/ LOTS OF THINGS MARKET is starting in the church. It will then be held on the first Monday of each month. Open from 9.30-5 and our refreshments stall will be serving from 12-3. The charge will be £5 for sellers and all proceeds will benefit the the church.

Monday 6th June

DERWENT AND HOPE VALLEYS ADVANCED MOTORISTS AND MOTORCYCLISTS indoor meeting at 7.30pm at the Duke William, Church Street, Matlock – for details of the evening event contact Bill Storey on 01629 812732, non members welcome. Or visit their website at www.matlock-iamroadsmart.org.uk

Saturday 11th-19th June

RAINOW RURAL LIFE EXHIBITION from 10am daily. Free entry. One House Lodge, Buxton New Road, Macclesfield SK11 0AD. 01629 410735.

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