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1984 at Buxton Opera House
Buxton Opera House has George Orwell's 1984 by Nick Lane (18 - 20 November). In a totalitarian world at war, Big Brother watches over all and the Thought Police rule with an iron fist. Roy...
A Wealth of Talent at Wirksworth Festival
The whole of Wirksworth became a stage last weekend for the launch of its annual arts festival. Doors to secret hideaways in the historic towns higgledy piggley roads were flung open as part of...
Alliance turns Hayfield green
A unique partnership between Hayfield Primary School and Sustainable Hayfield is starting to reap rewards. The school is now inviting parents – and Hayfield villagers - to see what it’s...
April at Chatsworth
Easter Eggstravaganza 2 to 18 April Join us over Easter weekend for family entertainment, tantalising Easter egg trails and all kinds of 'egg-citing' activities throughout the house, garden...
Beyond Limits returns to the Garden at Chatsworth
13 September - 31 October For our 5th annual exhibition, Beyond Limits, Sotheby's brings contemporary sculpture to the relaxed setting of the historic garden. Discover work by artists as diverse as...
Big Band Concert at Chatsworth
An informal evening of music in the garden - 7 th August. The Phil Dando Big Band and Singers is a fifteen piece swing band which is now into its eighteenth year of touring Britain. Trumpeter...
Buxton Military Tattoo Returns
AFTER a sell-out show in 2010, the Buxton Military Tattoo returns this year with more performers and more performances. Expect to see some of the finest military bands in the United Kingdom as well...
Calver Film Club
Big screen hits will be shown at a little Dales hall during a popular village film club's fifth season. Calver Film Club has announced the nine films it will host during its 2009/10 season,...
Celebrity backing for Floral Fanfare at Peak church
Celebrity speakers including playwright Alan Bennett are rallying round to help a fundraising appeal at a Peak District church. St Peter's Church at Edensor has organised a Floral Fanfare in...
Charity Walk at Chatsworth - 13th June
The Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind is celebrating its 150th Anniversary in 2010. The Charity continues to provide vital support and services for people with sight loss In Sheffield, supporting...
Chatsworth International Horse Trials
13 - 15 th May BOOK NOW - the online box office closes on Sunday 8 May For three days of world class sport in the stunning Chatsworth grounds, you can't beat the excitement and elegance of the...
Choir spreads festive cheer
THE Yuletide magic captured by the award-winning Kinder Children’s Choirs of the High Peak in carols and songs will again spread across the region this year. There is a last minute change of...
Christmas begins at Ilam Park
A WEEKEND of festivities will begin next weekend at a National Trust tourist hotspot. Produce and crafts from across the Dales and Moorlands will be on sale at Ilam Park from Saturday, December 10...
Christmas market plans in place
Christmas is coming and plans for Matlock’s Victorian market are well under-way. The packed weekend of festive fun will be held from Friday December 3 to Sunday December 5. Sally Pepper,...
Christmas Wildlife Family Funday
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust Join us in the Wildlife Discovery Room at Carsington Water for our Christmas-themed family funday. Christmas wreaths for the birds Christmas table decorations Christmas...
Cold winds give Matlock caverns an icy makeover
Underground icicles have formed 200ft beneath Matlock's Heights of Abraham, giving the caverns a complete facelift. The huge ice spikes - some measuring up to 6ft - appeared during the cold spell...
Confidence in future high in Wirksworth
Out of all the Dales towns surveyed in the retail assessment, Wirksworth came out as the most individual. While the results show businesses in Matlock and Bakewell are more pessimistic, Wirksworth...
Cool new idea for dairy farm
Ice cream straight from the cow to the cone can be found at a new business in Matlock. Customers to Matlock Meadows Ice Cream Parlour, in Snitterton Road, can be sure to get a fresh treat –...
Critics name Derbyshire's best food
The Derbyshire Food and Drink Awards will be taking place soon - and 21 restaurants, pubs and cafes across the county have been nominated. The best places to eat in Derbyshire have been...
Dales Businesses Called on to take up Hiking Challenge
The NSPCC is calling on companies to play their part in helping to end child cruelty by entering a team in the Buxton High Peak Hike Against Cruelty to Kids (HACK) on Saturday, September 3. ...
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