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  • Buxton Family Festival at The Pavilion GardensSat 1 - Sun 16 Aug 2015Thinking of what to do this summer with the kids? Buxton Family Festival may provide the answer
    Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Rudyard Flower FestivalFri 31 Jul - Wed 5 Aug 2015Annual flower festival at Rudyard Methodist Church, Lake Road, Rudyard. This years theme is 'Poetry Please'.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    Wingerworth Well DressingSat 1 - Sat 8 Aug 2015This ancient custom is almost unique to Derbyshire and 4 wells are on show in Wingerworth. Blessing Service - Saturday 2 August 2014, 10.30 am at The Sheepwash, Hillhouses Lane (S42 6RB).
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
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  • Buxton Family Festival at The Pavilion GardensSat 1 - Sun 16 Aug 2015Thinking of what to do this summer with the kids? Buxton Family Festival may provide the answer
    Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Rudyard Flower FestivalFri 31 Jul - Wed 5 Aug 2015Annual flower festival at Rudyard Methodist Church, Lake Road, Rudyard. This years theme is 'Poetry Please'.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    Wingerworth Well DressingSat 1 - Sat 8 Aug 2015This ancient custom is almost unique to Derbyshire and 4 wells are on show in Wingerworth. Blessing Service - Saturday 2 August 2014, 10.30 am at The Sheepwash, Hillhouses Lane (S42 6RB).
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
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  • Buxton Family Festival at The Pavilion GardensSat 1 - Sun 16 Aug 2015Thinking of what to do this summer with the kids? Buxton Family Festival may provide the answer
    WW2-THE HOME FRONT at Crich Tramway VillageMon 3 - Sun 9 Aug 2015You may need your tin hat and gas mask if you visit Crich Tramway Village during its special August 1940s Week from Monday 3rd to Sunday 9th August.
    Gruesome Goings On at Bolsover CastleMon 3 - Fri 7 Aug 2015Ghastly gallows, horrific hangmen and terrifying torture - travel back in time and discover the painful punishments your history teacher's too timid to tell you!
    Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Rudyard Flower FestivalFri 31 Jul - Wed 5 Aug 2015Annual flower festival at Rudyard Methodist Church, Lake Road, Rudyard. This years theme is 'Poetry Please'.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    Wingerworth Well DressingSat 1 - Sat 8 Aug 2015This ancient custom is almost unique to Derbyshire and 4 wells are on show in Wingerworth. Blessing Service - Saturday 2 August 2014, 10.30 am at The Sheepwash, Hillhouses Lane (S42 6RB).
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
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  • Buxton Family Festival at The Pavilion GardensSat 1 - Sun 16 Aug 2015Thinking of what to do this summer with the kids? Buxton Family Festival may provide the answer
    WW2-THE HOME FRONT at Crich Tramway VillageMon 3 - Sun 9 Aug 2015You may need your tin hat and gas mask if you visit Crich Tramway Village during its special August 1940s Week from Monday 3rd to Sunday 9th August.
    Gruesome Goings On at Bolsover CastleMon 3 - Fri 7 Aug 2015Ghastly gallows, horrific hangmen and terrifying torture - travel back in time and discover the painful punishments your history teacher's too timid to tell you!
    Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Rudyard Flower FestivalFri 31 Jul - Wed 5 Aug 2015Annual flower festival at Rudyard Methodist Church, Lake Road, Rudyard. This years theme is 'Poetry Please'.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    Wingerworth Well DressingSat 1 - Sat 8 Aug 2015This ancient custom is almost unique to Derbyshire and 4 wells are on show in Wingerworth. Blessing Service - Saturday 2 August 2014, 10.30 am at The Sheepwash, Hillhouses Lane (S42 6RB).
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
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  • Buxton Family Festival at The Pavilion GardensSat 1 - Sun 16 Aug 2015Thinking of what to do this summer with the kids? Buxton Family Festival may provide the answer
    WW2-THE HOME FRONT at Crich Tramway VillageMon 3 - Sun 9 Aug 2015You may need your tin hat and gas mask if you visit Crich Tramway Village during its special August 1940s Week from Monday 3rd to Sunday 9th August.
    Gruesome Goings On at Bolsover CastleMon 3 - Fri 7 Aug 2015Ghastly gallows, horrific hangmen and terrifying torture - travel back in time and discover the painful punishments your history teacher's too timid to tell you!
    Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Rudyard Flower FestivalFri 31 Jul - Wed 5 Aug 2015Annual flower festival at Rudyard Methodist Church, Lake Road, Rudyard. This years theme is 'Poetry Please'.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    Bakewell Show at Bakewell ShowgroundWed 5 - Thu 6 Aug 2015The 185th Bakewell Show will be held on the Showground (just off the A6 south of Bakewell). Derbyshire's premier agricultural & horticultural event with something of interest for all the family.
    Wingerworth Well DressingSat 1 - Sat 8 Aug 2015This ancient custom is almost unique to Derbyshire and 4 wells are on show in Wingerworth. Blessing Service - Saturday 2 August 2014, 10.30 am at The Sheepwash, Hillhouses Lane (S42 6RB).
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
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  • The English National Sheepdog Trials at Sutton HallThu 6 - Sat 8 Aug 2015Competitors from all over England will come to compete over 3 days for the title "English National Sheepdog Champion". There will be sheepdog trials on each of the 3 days, trade stands & large craft fair on Friday & Saturday.
    Buxton Family Festival at The Pavilion GardensSat 1 - Sun 16 Aug 2015Thinking of what to do this summer with the kids? Buxton Family Festival may provide the answer
    WW2-THE HOME FRONT at Crich Tramway VillageMon 3 - Sun 9 Aug 2015You may need your tin hat and gas mask if you visit Crich Tramway Village during its special August 1940s Week from Monday 3rd to Sunday 9th August.
    Gruesome Goings On at Bolsover CastleMon 3 - Fri 7 Aug 2015Ghastly gallows, horrific hangmen and terrifying torture - travel back in time and discover the painful punishments your history teacher's too timid to tell you!
    Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Bloodstock Open Air 'Heavy Metal' Festival at Catton HallThu 6 - Sun 9 Aug 2015Bloodstock Open Air will return to the picturesque location of Catton Hall, Walton on Trent in Derbyshire.
    Wanted, At Cromford, Children Of All Ages at Arkwright's Cromford MillsThu 6 Aug 2015The Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site Discovery Days. What was it like to live and work in Richard Arkwright's Cromford? Step back in time and learn about the jobs in the mills and the way of life of both children and adults.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    Bakewell Show at Bakewell ShowgroundWed 5 - Thu 6 Aug 2015The 185th Bakewell Show will be held on the Showground (just off the A6 south of Bakewell). Derbyshire's premier agricultural & horticultural event with something of interest for all the family.
    Wingerworth Well DressingSat 1 - Sat 8 Aug 2015This ancient custom is almost unique to Derbyshire and 4 wells are on show in Wingerworth. Blessing Service - Saturday 2 August 2014, 10.30 am at The Sheepwash, Hillhouses Lane (S42 6RB).
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
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  • The English National Sheepdog Trials at Sutton HallThu 6 - Sat 8 Aug 2015Competitors from all over England will come to compete over 3 days for the title "English National Sheepdog Champion". There will be sheepdog trials on each of the 3 days, trade stands & large craft fair on Friday & Saturday.
    Buxton Family Festival at The Pavilion GardensSat 1 - Sun 16 Aug 2015Thinking of what to do this summer with the kids? Buxton Family Festival may provide the answer
    WW2-THE HOME FRONT at Crich Tramway VillageMon 3 - Sun 9 Aug 2015You may need your tin hat and gas mask if you visit Crich Tramway Village during its special August 1940s Week from Monday 3rd to Sunday 9th August.
    Cavalier Horsemanship at Bolsover CastleSat 8 - Sun 9 Aug 2015Witness expert horsemen in flamboyant 17th century costume put horses through their paces to baroque music in the spectacular surroundings of the Riding School at Bolsover Castle. Shows at 11am, 1pm and 3pm.
    Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Bloodstock Open Air 'Heavy Metal' Festival at Catton HallThu 6 - Sun 9 Aug 2015Bloodstock Open Air will return to the picturesque location of Catton Hall, Walton on Trent in Derbyshire.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    Wingerworth Well DressingSat 1 - Sat 8 Aug 2015This ancient custom is almost unique to Derbyshire and 4 wells are on show in Wingerworth. Blessing Service - Saturday 2 August 2014, 10.30 am at The Sheepwash, Hillhouses Lane (S42 6RB).
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
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  • Buxton Family Festival at The Pavilion GardensSat 1 - Sun 16 Aug 2015Thinking of what to do this summer with the kids? Buxton Family Festival may provide the answer
    Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
    Ashover Agricultural ShowWed 12 Aug 2015A traditional agricultural and horticultural show with entertainment and exhibits for all the family. Trade and craft stands, and food stalls. Venue - Ashover Show Ground, Rectory Fields (S45 0BA). Signposted from the A632 at Kelstedge.
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  • Buxton Family Festival at The Pavilion GardensSat 1 - Sun 16 Aug 2015Thinking of what to do this summer with the kids? Buxton Family Festival may provide the answer
    Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    Great Hucklow Well DressingThu 13 - Sat 15 Aug 2015This ancient custom is only found in Derbyshire and is the art of decorating wells with pictures made solely from natural materials. In Great Hucklow, 2 wells are dressed. Blessing service 7pm 13th August- the stables of Sycamore House
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
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  • Buxton Family Festival at The Pavilion GardensSat 1 - Sun 16 Aug 2015Thinking of what to do this summer with the kids? Buxton Family Festival may provide the answer
    Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Late Night Shopping Event at East Midlands Designer OutletFri 14 Aug 2015For all the fashionably late – you can now enjoy late night shopping every FRIDAY ONLY from 31st July giving you more time to find those perfect Summer
    Lavender Workshop at Haddon HallFri 14 Aug 2015Join our creative Gift Shop manager, Julie for a morning of all things crafty. Use freshly picked lavender to make a lavender wand and a fan.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    Bakewell Baking Festival at Bakewell ShowgroundFri 14 - Sun 16 Aug 2015The WORLD'S FIRST BAKING FESTIVAL - is back at the 'Spiritual Home of Baking' in our NEW and BIGGER festival venue with on site camping and parking at the Bakewell Showground, so come along and join us in our giant garden party and celebra
    Great Hucklow Well DressingThu 13 - Sat 15 Aug 2015This ancient custom is only found in Derbyshire and is the art of decorating wells with pictures made solely from natural materials. In Great Hucklow, 2 wells are dressed. Blessing service 7pm 13th August- the stables of Sycamore House
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
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  • Buxton Family Festival at The Pavilion GardensSat 1 - Sun 16 Aug 2015Thinking of what to do this summer with the kids? Buxton Family Festival may provide the answer
    Cavalier Horsemanship at Bolsover CastleSat 15 - Sun 16 Aug 2015Witness expert horsemen in flamboyant 17th century costume put horses through their paces to baroque music in the spectacular surroundings of the Riding School at Bolsover Castle. Shows at 11am, 1pm and 3pm.
    Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    Bakewell Baking Festival at Bakewell ShowgroundFri 14 - Sun 16 Aug 2015The WORLD'S FIRST BAKING FESTIVAL - is back at the 'Spiritual Home of Baking' in our NEW and BIGGER festival venue with on site camping and parking at the Bakewell Showground, so come along and join us in our giant garden party and celebra
    Great Hucklow Well DressingThu 13 - Sat 15 Aug 2015This ancient custom is only found in Derbyshire and is the art of decorating wells with pictures made solely from natural materials. In Great Hucklow, 2 wells are dressed. Blessing service 7pm 13th August- the stables of Sycamore House
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
    Ashbourne Show at Osmaston ParkSat 15 Aug 20152015 will be the 124th Ashbourne Show, a traditional Country and Agricultural show - with - trade stands, craft marquee, food hall, horse and livestock class, pet, poultry and pet dog show, family fun for all ages.
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  • Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
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  • Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
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  • Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
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  • Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
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  • Model Tram and Railway Exhibition at Crich Tramway VillageSat 22 - Sun 23 Aug 2015A Model Tram and Railway Exhibition will be held at Crich Tramway Village, home of the National Tramway Museum.
    Giving Nature a Home with the RSPB at Peak Shopping VillageSat 22 Aug 2015Giving Nature a Home with the RSPB Fun learning and activities from the nature experts
    Cavalier Horsemanship at Bolsover CastleSat 22 - Sun 23 Aug 2015Witness expert horsemen in flamboyant 17th century costume put horses through their paces to baroque music in the spectacular surroundings of the Riding School at Bolsover Castle. Shows at 11am, 1pm and 3pm.
    Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
    Clowne Well DressingSat 22 - Sat 29 Aug 2015This ancient custom is unique to Derbyshire and is the art of making pictures from natural materials. Clowne is a place of springs well dressing was revived to mark this. Blessing Service onSaturday 22 August 2015 at 10 am at the well.
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  • Model Tram and Railway Exhibition at Crich Tramway VillageSat 22 - Sun 23 Aug 2015A Model Tram and Railway Exhibition will be held at Crich Tramway Village, home of the National Tramway Museum.
    Cavalier Horsemanship at Bolsover CastleSat 22 - Sun 23 Aug 2015Witness expert horsemen in flamboyant 17th century costume put horses through their paces to baroque music in the spectacular surroundings of the Riding School at Bolsover Castle. Shows at 11am, 1pm and 3pm.
    Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Food and Craft Fair at Renishaw Hall and GardensSun 23 Aug 2015Join us at Renishaw Hall & Gardens over 9th and 10th August for a weekend of taste and visual sensations, at our plant, food & craft fairs and vineyard tours.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
    Clowne Well DressingSat 22 - Sat 29 Aug 2015This ancient custom is unique to Derbyshire and is the art of making pictures from natural materials. Clowne is a place of springs well dressing was revived to mark this. Blessing Service onSaturday 22 August 2015 at 10 am at the well.
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  • Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
    Clowne Well DressingSat 22 - Sat 29 Aug 2015This ancient custom is unique to Derbyshire and is the art of making pictures from natural materials. Clowne is a place of springs well dressing was revived to mark this. Blessing Service onSaturday 22 August 2015 at 10 am at the well.
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  • Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
    Clowne Well DressingSat 22 - Sat 29 Aug 2015This ancient custom is unique to Derbyshire and is the art of making pictures from natural materials. Clowne is a place of springs well dressing was revived to mark this. Blessing Service onSaturday 22 August 2015 at 10 am at the well.
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  • August Bank Holday Fun Fair at Queen's ParkWed 26 - Mon 31 Aug 2015This August Bank Holiday will see Proctors Funfair return to Queen's Park and provide entertainment and fun for all the family. For discount ride and snack vouchers', visit www.proctorsfunfairs.com and take them with you.
    Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Wanted, At Cromford, Children Of All Ages at Arkwright's Cromford MillsWed 26 Aug 2015The Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site Discovery Days. What was it like to live and work in Richard Arkwright's Cromford? Step back in time and learn about the jobs in the mills and the way of life of both children and adults.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
    Clowne Well DressingSat 22 - Sat 29 Aug 2015This ancient custom is unique to Derbyshire and is the art of making pictures from natural materials. Clowne is a place of springs well dressing was revived to mark this. Blessing Service onSaturday 22 August 2015 at 10 am at the well.
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  • August Bank Holday Fun Fair at Queen's ParkWed 26 - Mon 31 Aug 2015This August Bank Holiday will see Proctors Funfair return to Queen's Park and provide entertainment and fun for all the family. For discount ride and snack vouchers', visit www.proctorsfunfairs.com and take them with you.
    Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    Swadlincote Farmers' & Producers' Market at Swadlincote MarketThu 27 Aug 2015You are invited to come along and see what is on offer from our local producers, see what is Grown, Raised, Made, Brewed, Pickled, Bottled, Baked or Caught within 35 miles of The National Forest. Free Entry & Free Parking in Swadlincote
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
    Clowne Well DressingSat 22 - Sat 29 Aug 2015This ancient custom is unique to Derbyshire and is the art of making pictures from natural materials. Clowne is a place of springs well dressing was revived to mark this. Blessing Service onSaturday 22 August 2015 at 10 am at the well.
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  • August Bank Holday Fun Fair at Queen's ParkWed 26 - Mon 31 Aug 2015This August Bank Holiday will see Proctors Funfair return to Queen's Park and provide entertainment and fun for all the family. For discount ride and snack vouchers', visit www.proctorsfunfairs.com and take them with you.
    Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Late Night Shopping Event at East Midlands Designer OutletFri 28 Aug 2015For all the fashionably late – you can now enjoy late night shopping every FRIDAY ONLY from 31st July giving you more time to find those perfect Summer
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
    Clowne Well DressingSat 22 - Sat 29 Aug 2015This ancient custom is unique to Derbyshire and is the art of making pictures from natural materials. Clowne is a place of springs well dressing was revived to mark this. Blessing Service onSaturday 22 August 2015 at 10 am at the well.
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  • August Bank Holday Fun Fair at Queen's ParkWed 26 - Mon 31 Aug 2015This August Bank Holiday will see Proctors Funfair return to Queen's Park and provide entertainment and fun for all the family. For discount ride and snack vouchers', visit www.proctorsfunfairs.com and take them with you.
    Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
    Clowne Well DressingSat 22 - Sat 29 Aug 2015This ancient custom is unique to Derbyshire and is the art of making pictures from natural materials. Clowne is a place of springs well dressing was revived to mark this. Blessing Service onSaturday 22 August 2015 at 10 am at the well.
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  • August Bank Holday Fun Fair at Queen's ParkWed 26 - Mon 31 Aug 2015This August Bank Holiday will see Proctors Funfair return to Queen's Park and provide entertainment and fun for all the family. For discount ride and snack vouchers', visit www.proctorsfunfairs.com and take them with you.
    Grand Medieval Joust at Bolsover CastleSun 30 - Mon 31 Aug 2015Feel the heat of the contest as magnificent knights on horseback clash at the greatest event of medieval England. Cheer on your favourite in this thundering battle of bravery and honour.
    Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.
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  • August Bank Holday Fun Fair at Queen's ParkWed 26 - Mon 31 Aug 2015This August Bank Holiday will see Proctors Funfair return to Queen's Park and provide entertainment and fun for all the family. For discount ride and snack vouchers', visit www.proctorsfunfairs.com and take them with you.
    Grand Medieval Joust at Bolsover CastleSun 30 - Mon 31 Aug 2015Feel the heat of the contest as magnificent knights on horseback clash at the greatest event of medieval England. Cheer on your favourite in this thundering battle of bravery and honour.
    Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.
    Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.
    Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.
    Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.
    Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.
    Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.
    Hope ShowMon 31 Aug 2015Come to Hope Show for a great August Bank Holiday Monday at a traditional agricultural show, set amidst the hills of the Peak District.
    The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.

06 August 2015 to 08 August 2015

The English National Sheepdog Trials at Sutton HallThu 6 - Sat 8 Aug 2015Competitors from all over England will come to compete over 3 days for the title "English National Sheepdog Champion". There will be sheepdog trials on each of the 3 days, trade stands & large craft fair on Friday & Saturday.

26 August 2015 to 31 August 2015

August Bank Holday Fun Fair at Queen's ParkWed 26 - Mon 31 Aug 2015This August Bank Holiday will see Proctors Funfair return to Queen's Park and provide entertainment and fun for all the family. For discount ride and snack vouchers', visit www.proctorsfunfairs.com and take them with you.

01 August 2015 to 16 August 2015

Buxton Family Festival at The Pavilion GardensSat 1 - Sun 16 Aug 2015Thinking of what to do this summer with the kids? Buxton Family Festival may provide the answer

03 August 2015 to 09 August 2015

WW2-THE HOME FRONT at Crich Tramway VillageMon 3 - Sun 9 Aug 2015You may need your tin hat and gas mask if you visit Crich Tramway Village during its special August 1940s Week from Monday 3rd to Sunday 9th August.

22 August 2015 to 23 August 2015

Model Tram and Railway Exhibition at Crich Tramway VillageSat 22 - Sun 23 Aug 2015A Model Tram and Railway Exhibition will be held at Crich Tramway Village, home of the National Tramway Museum.

22 August 2015 to 22 August 2015

Giving Nature a Home with the RSPB at Peak Shopping VillageSat 22 Aug 2015Giving Nature a Home with the RSPB Fun learning and activities from the nature experts

08 August 2015 to 09 August 2015

Cavalier Horsemanship at Bolsover CastleSat 8 - Sun 9 Aug 2015Witness expert horsemen in flamboyant 17th century costume put horses through their paces to baroque music in the spectacular surroundings of the Riding School at Bolsover Castle. Shows at 11am, 1pm and 3pm.

15 August 2015 to 16 August 2015

Cavalier Horsemanship at Bolsover CastleSat 15 - Sun 16 Aug 2015Witness expert horsemen in flamboyant 17th century costume put horses through their paces to baroque music in the spectacular surroundings of the Riding School at Bolsover Castle. Shows at 11am, 1pm and 3pm.

22 August 2015 to 23 August 2015

Cavalier Horsemanship at Bolsover CastleSat 22 - Sun 23 Aug 2015Witness expert horsemen in flamboyant 17th century costume put horses through their paces to baroque music in the spectacular surroundings of the Riding School at Bolsover Castle. Shows at 11am, 1pm and 3pm.

03 August 2015 to 07 August 2015

Gruesome Goings On at Bolsover CastleMon 3 - Fri 7 Aug 2015Ghastly gallows, horrific hangmen and terrifying torture - travel back in time and discover the painful punishments your history teacher's too timid to tell you!

30 August 2015 to 31 August 2015

Grand Medieval Joust at Bolsover CastleSun 30 - Mon 31 Aug 2015Feel the heat of the contest as magnificent knights on horseback clash at the greatest event of medieval England. Cheer on your favourite in this thundering battle of bravery and honour.

27 June 2015 to 06 September 2015

Benedict Drew at QUADSat 27 Jun - Sun 6 Sep 2015This exhibition of new work by artist Benedict Drew will question different modes of learning and the power and privilege of the acquisition of knowledge.

04 July 2015 to 20 September 2015

Pablo Bronstein at ChatsworthSat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein has been commissioned to make a series of new works in response to Chatsworth and its historic collection.

21 July 2015 to 31 August 2015

Medieval Mayhem at Tropical Butterfly HouseTue 21 Jul - Mon 31 Aug 2015Try your hand at Archery, learn the traditions of Falconry in daily free-flying bird demonstrations and take part in medieval-themed crafts, games and activities, suitable for all ages.

28 August 2015 to 28 August 2015

Late Night Shopping Event at East Midlands Designer OutletFri 28 Aug 2015For all the fashionably late – you can now enjoy late night shopping every FRIDAY ONLY from 31st July giving you more time to find those perfect Summer

07 August 2015 to 07 August 2015

Late Night Shopping Event at East Midlands Designer OutletFri 7 Aug 2015For all the fashionably late – you can now enjoy late night shopping every FRIDAY ONLY from 31st July giving you more time to find those perfect Summer

14 August 2015 to 14 August 2015

Late Night Shopping Event at East Midlands Designer OutletFri 14 Aug 2015For all the fashionably late – you can now enjoy late night shopping every FRIDAY ONLY from 31st July giving you more time to find those perfect Summer

21 August 2015 to 21 August 2015

Late Night Shopping Event at East Midlands Designer OutletFri 21 Aug 2015For all the fashionably late – you can now enjoy late night shopping every FRIDAY ONLY from 31st July giving you more time to find those perfect Summer

23 August 2015 to 23 August 2015

Food and Craft Fair at Renishaw Hall and GardensSun 23 Aug 2015Join us at Renishaw Hall & Gardens over 9th and 10th August for a weekend of taste and visual sensations, at our plant, food & craft fairs and vineyard tours.

06 August 2015 to 09 August 2015

Bloodstock Open Air 'Heavy Metal' Festival at Catton HallThu 6 - Sun 9 Aug 2015Bloodstock Open Air will return to the picturesque location of Catton Hall, Walton on Trent in Derbyshire.

26 August 2015 to 26 August 2015

Wanted, At Cromford, Children Of All Ages at Arkwright's Cromford MillsWed 26 Aug 2015The Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site Discovery Days. What was it like to live and work in Richard Arkwright's Cromford? Step back in time and learn about the jobs in the mills and the way of life of both children and adults.

06 August 2015 to 06 August 2015

Wanted, At Cromford, Children Of All Ages at Arkwright's Cromford MillsThu 6 Aug 2015The Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site Discovery Days. What was it like to live and work in Richard Arkwright's Cromford? Step back in time and learn about the jobs in the mills and the way of life of both children and adults.

14 August 2015 to 14 August 2015

Lavender Workshop at Haddon HallFri 14 Aug 2015Join our creative Gift Shop manager, Julie for a morning of all things crafty. Use freshly picked lavender to make a lavender wand and a fan.

07 August 2015 to 07 August 2015

Have-a-Go Archery at Haddon HallFri 7 Aug 2015Try your hand at archery with the Derbyshire Archery Club.

31 July 2015 to 05 August 2015

Rudyard Flower FestivalFri 31 Jul - Wed 5 Aug 2015Annual flower festival at Rudyard Methodist Church, Lake Road, Rudyard. This years theme is 'Poetry Please'.

04 July 2015 to 20 September 2015

Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham ContemporarySat 4 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015Pablo Bronstein will curate an exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, displaying historical items from Chatsworth alongside a range of his original drawings.

05 July 2015 to 20 September 2015

Elements of Architecture at The Harley GallerySun 5 Jul - Sun 20 Sep 2015This is a rare chance to see part of Rem Koolhaas’ Elements of Architecture at Welbeck Estate, the private estate that influenced the work.

09 August 2015 to 09 August 2015

Grand Tour Art Walks Contouring: Newstead at Newstead Abbey Historic House and ParkSun 9 Aug 2015Join artist Alison Lloyd for two newly-commissioned Grand Tour Walks that offer fresh perspectives on the collections, architecture and landscape at Nottingham Castle and Newstead Abbey.

16 August 2015 to 16 August 2015

Grand Tour Art Walks Contouring: Newstead at Newstead Abbey Historic House and ParkSun 16 Aug 2015Join artist Alison Lloyd for two newly-commissioned Grand Tour Walks that offer fresh perspectives on the collections, architecture and landscape at Nottingham Castle and Newstead Abbey.

04 July 2015 to 27 September 2015

Re-Imagining Prison Reform: Past, Present & Future at Galleries of Justice MuseumSat 4 Jul - Sun 27 Sep 2015This exhibition tells the story of an alternative ‘Grand Tour’ that took place around Britain and Europe in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A tour, that was not in search of cultural enlightenment.

14 August 2015 to 16 August 2015

Bakewell Baking Festival at Bakewell ShowgroundFri 14 - Sun 16 Aug 2015The WORLD'S FIRST BAKING FESTIVAL - is back at the 'Spiritual Home of Baking' in our NEW and BIGGER festival venue with on site camping and parking at the Bakewell Showground, so come along and join us in our giant garden party and celebra

05 August 2015 to 06 August 2015

Bakewell Show at Bakewell ShowgroundWed 5 - Thu 6 Aug 2015The 185th Bakewell Show will be held on the Showground (just off the A6 south of Bakewell). Derbyshire's premier agricultural & horticultural event with something of interest for all the family.

01 August 2015 to 08 August 2015

Wingerworth Well DressingSat 1 - Sat 8 Aug 2015This ancient custom is almost unique to Derbyshire and 4 wells are on show in Wingerworth. Blessing Service - Saturday 2 August 2014, 10.30 am at The Sheepwash, Hillhouses Lane (S42 6RB).

31 August 2015 to 31 August 2015

Hope ShowMon 31 Aug 2015Come to Hope Show for a great August Bank Holiday Monday at a traditional agricultural show, set amidst the hills of the Peak District.

13 August 2015 to 15 August 2015

Great Hucklow Well DressingThu 13 - Sat 15 Aug 2015This ancient custom is only found in Derbyshire and is the art of decorating wells with pictures made solely from natural materials. In Great Hucklow, 2 wells are dressed. Blessing service 7pm 13th August- the stables of Sycamore House

27 August 2015 to 27 August 2015

Swadlincote Farmers' & Producers' Market at Swadlincote MarketThu 27 Aug 2015You are invited to come along and see what is on offer from our local producers, see what is Grown, Raised, Made, Brewed, Pickled, Bottled, Baked or Caught within 35 miles of The National Forest. Free Entry & Free Parking in Swadlincote

27 June 2015 to 05 September 2015

The world away, that's not far away at Nicholson Gallery and MuseumSat 27 Jun - Sat 5 Sep 2015See and experience the Peak District as never before through the lens of a Destination Photography Partner. This special photography exhibition celebrates examples of their work and experience.

22 August 2015 to 29 August 2015

Clowne Well DressingSat 22 - Sat 29 Aug 2015This ancient custom is unique to Derbyshire and is the art of making pictures from natural materials. Clowne is a place of springs well dressing was revived to mark this. Blessing Service onSaturday 22 August 2015 at 10 am at the well.

12 August 2015 to 12 August 2015

Ashover Agricultural ShowWed 12 Aug 2015A traditional agricultural and horticultural show with entertainment and exhibits for all the family. Trade and craft stands, and food stalls. Venue - Ashover Show Ground, Rectory Fields (S45 0BA). Signposted from the A632 at Kelstedge.

15 August 2015 to 15 August 2015

Ashbourne Show at Osmaston ParkSat 15 Aug 20152015 will be the 124th Ashbourne Show, a traditional Country and Agricultural show - with - trade stands, craft marquee, food hall, horse and livestock class, pet, poultry and pet dog show, family fun for all ages.

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Find out what's on in the Peak District and Derbyshire here. Events include traditional Well Dressings, the Bloodstock and Y Not Music Festivals, the Eroica Britannia Festival and the famous Matlock Bath Illuminations amongst many others. From local markets and Farmers Markets to craft fairs and walking festivals, there's so much to see and do, why not stay a while longer and don't miss what's on in the Peak District and Derbyshire.

 

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Major Events Coming Up In 2015

Buxton Family Faestival

Buxton Family Festival

Buxton

Sat 1 - Sun 16 Aug 2015

Thinking of what to do this summer with the kids? Buxton Family Festival may provide the answer

Rudyard Flower Festival

Leek

Fri 31 Jul - Wed 5 Aug 2015

Annual flower festival at Rudyard Methodist Church, Lake Road, Rudyard. This years theme is 'Poetry Please'.

Bakewell Show

Bakewell Show

Bakewell

Wed 5 - Thu 6 Aug 2015

The 185th Bakewell Show will be held on the Showground (just off the A6 south of Bakewell). Derbyshire's premier agricultural & horticultural event with something of interest for all the family.

Bloodstock

Bloodstock Open Air 'Heavy Metal' Festival

Swadlincote

Thu 6 - Sun 9 Aug 2015

Bloodstock Open Air will return to the picturesque location of Catton Hall, Walton on Trent in Derbyshire.

Herdwick Sheep Racing at Ashover Show

Ashover Agricultural Show

Chesterfield

Wed 12 Aug 2015

A traditional agricultural and horticultural show with entertainment and exhibits for all the family. Trade and craft stands, and food stalls. Venue - Ashover Show Ground, Rectory Fields (S45 0BA). Signposted from the A632 at Kelstedge.

Crich Model Tram and Railway Exhibition

Model Tram and Railway Exhibition

Matlock

Sat 22 - Sun 23 Aug 2015

A Model Tram and Railway Exhibition will be held at Crich Tramway Village, home of the National Tramway Museum.

Jousting at Bolsover Castle

Grand Medieval Joust

Bolsover

Sun 30 - Mon 31 Aug 2015

Feel the heat of the contest as magnificent knights on horseback clash at the greatest event of medieval England. Cheer on your favourite in this thundering battle of bravery and honour.

Hope Show

Hope Show

Hope Valley

Mon 31 Aug 2015

Come to Hope Show for a great August Bank Holiday Monday at a traditional agricultural show, set amidst the hills of the Peak District.

Chatsworth Country Fair

Chatsworth Country Fair

Chatsworth

Fri 4 - Sun 6 Sep 2015

For a true taste of the very best the countryside has to offer, there's nowhere quite like the annual Country Fair here at Chatsworth.

Come at enjoy a leading rural arts festival

Wirksworth Festival

Wirksworth

Thu 10 - Sun 20 Sep 2015

Every September the historic market town of Wirksworth throws open its doors and warmly invites you to see great art in a truly wonderful place. Inspirational work from both international and local artists fill the streets and houses.

Chesterfield Well Dressing 2013

Chesterfield Well Dressing

Chesterfield

Sat 12 - Sat 19 Sep 2015

Chesterfield began well dressing in 1864 when the Town Pump in Market Place was decorated after a very dry summer. Blessing Service on Saturday 12 September 2015, 10 am at ‘Crooked Spire’ Church (S40 1XJ).

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Matlock Bath Illuminations

Matlock Bath

Sat 12 Sep - Sat 31 Oct 2015

The annual Matlock Bath Illuminations will run from 12th September to 31st October in 2015, with a lively entertainment programme on the bandstand in Derwent Gardens from 7pm every Saturday.

Melbourne Arts Festival

Melbourne Festival - Art and Architecture Trail

Derby

Sat 19 - Sun 20 Sep 2015

Don't miss this opportunity to see 100 of the Midlands most talented artists in over 60 locations in the heart of this gem of a village! A Fantastic weekend for just £5! See Melbourne come alive in a blur of colour and activity.

Derby Feste 2014

Derby Feste

Derby

Fri 25 - Sat 26 Sep 2015

Derby City Centre will once again transform, for a ninth year, into a world-class festival site and, through a multitude of outdoor performance areas, act as the perfect platform to play host to Derby Festé 2015.