Santa Day at the Mill
We’ve booked Santa to visit the windmill again on Sunday 4th December and he will be arriving at 12 noon...£100,000 investment for Ripley Leisure Centre Gym
£100,000 investment is set to make Ripley Leisure Centre’s fitness gym one of the best-equipped in the region...First Ice Rink Skates Into Bakewell At Christmas Winter Wonderland
A festive family wonderland is set to arrive in Bakewell for the first time this winter over two long weekends...Free advice sessions for Ripley residents
People living in Ripley will have free help and advice on hand with the launch of a new weekly Citizens Advice outreach service in the town...Meet your local Councillors – November Members’ Surgeries
Members’ Surgeries give local residents the opportunity to meet their local councillors to discuss matters of local interest...Crime fiction fans get chance to meet top authors
Crime fiction fans and budding writers are set to enjoy a new series of talks and workshops during our ’criminal intentions season’ at Chesterfield Library...Plans approved to replace Belper care home
Derbyshire County Council approved plans to replace a residential care home with a purpose-built development...Meet your local Councillors – forthcoming Members’ Surgeries
Saturday, 1 October 2016 – Somercotes
Residents of Somercotes will have the opportunity to meet their local councillors on Saturday, 1 October 2016 from 11am until 12 noon at Somercotes Parish Hall, Nottingham Road...
Jobspot April 2016
The Amber Sound FM featured vacancy;...Jobspot January 2016
The Amber Sound FM featured vacancy;...Jobspot March 2015
The Amber Sound FM featured vacancy;...
A lorry driver who killed two men when he crashed while using Facebook on his mobile phone is jailed.
The body of a man is found at a house in Derbyshire following a call to the police by concerned neighbours.
A man whose body was discovered in a sewage tank at a Doncaster college is identified by police.
A man known by the name of Ebeneezer Goode is prosecuted for having drugs and daubing graffiti on a church building.
Aerospace company Rolls-Royce says it will cut an extra 800 roles from its marine division, blaming weak demand from energy customers.
A mother who stamped her 21-month-old daughter to death launches an appeal against her murder conviction.
Prince William has told Great British Bake Off runner-up Andrew Smyth that he "should have won".
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