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Join the Magical Duffield Scarecrow Trail: A Mysterious Journey Awaits!

Join the Magical Duffield Scarecrow Trail: A Mysterious Journey Awaits!

Duffield Derbyshire - Get ready for an enchanting adventure as Duffield Arts Festival presents the highly anticipated Enchanted Scarecrow Trail! This unique event promises fun, creativity, and a touch of magic for all ages.

Event Details:

Date: 13th to 17th September

Admission: Free and open to the public. Scarecrow Trail Maps are just £2 and profits will be donated to a local charity.

About the Myths, Legends and Fairy Tales Scarecrow Trail:


The Brewhouse at Melbourne Hall is delighted to team up with Sat Bains, the Derby born, two Michelin starred chef to start serving a selection of his delicious new #MommaBains homestyle Punjabi range within The Courtyard of the South Derbyshire stately home.  

Live & Local launches Autumn/Winter 2023/24 Season of Live Shows in Rural Derbyshire

Live & Local announces its new Autumn/Winter 2023/24 season of professional performances in community venues across Derbyshire: dance & drama, poetry & puppetry, folk & funk – in short, there is something for everybody. Live & Local continues facilitating surprising shows in surprising places by supporting local volunteers to bring exciting and awe-inspiring shows for all ages to a village hall or community venue near you.

Laura Bagley, Programme Administrator at Live & Local said:

Denzel is back! The Equalizer 3 from Friday

Denzel is back! at the RItz cinema in Belper!

Friday 15 September
The Equalizer 3 5:45pm
Strays 8:15pm

Saturday 16 September
Haunted Mansion 12:15pm
The Equalizer 3 3:30pm (Captioned), 8:15pm
Dead Man's Shoes 6:00pm

Sunday 17 September
Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake 4:00pm

Don Amott urges football fans to support high-flying Mickleover after kitting out players in charity boost

Derby caravan king Don Amott has urged local football fans to support high-flying Mickleover FC play “proper football” - after kitting out players to boost a much-loved charity of which he is patron.

The home kit worn by first team players at the club feature the distinctive logo of the Derbyshire Children’s Holiday Centre (DCHC) – a 132-year-old charity of which Don is patron, along with former Derbyshire Lord Lieutenant Willie Tucker and Sir Henry Every.