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More details - Chesterfield Local History Day at Chesterfield Museum
Heritage Open Day: Come along to Chesterfield Museum on Saturday 21 September, from 10am to 4pm, and meet local organisations exploring Chesterfield’s history, A day for local organisations to tell people about the work they do and recruit new members.
Chesterfield Museum, St. Marys Gate, Chesterfield
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - Elder Yard Unitarian Chapel
Heritage Open Day: Visit the oldest nonconformist meeting house still used in Derbyshire, see how 320 years of history have moulded this Grade II listed building. Displays on ’People Power’, scale model of building, leaflet guided tour, children’s quiz.
Elder Yard Unitarian Chapel, Elder Way, Chesterfield
Thu 19 Sep, Sat 21 Sep

More details - Getting Started with Your Novel with Mike Gayle
A one-day LoveLit writing workshop for adults with Mike Gayle, part of the writing ambitions workshop programme presented by Arts Derbyshire in partnership with Derbyshire Libraries.
Chesterfield Library, New Beetwell Street, Chesterfield
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - Samhain
Chesterfield psychic Study Group Talk by Luna The history and traditions of the Gaelic festival, marking the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter, presented by an eclectic witch.
Chesterfield Psychic Study Group
Fri 11 Oct 19

More details - Chesterfield Ragged School Chapel
Heritage Open Day: See an old factory from the 1830s which was converted into a Victorian Ragged School in 1878 and has been run since that date to the present day entirely by volunteers for the benefit of the local community.
Ragged School Evangelical Church, Markham Road, Chesterfield
Sat 21 Sep 19 and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Champions of the People, buried in Spital Cemetery, Chesterfield
Heritage Open Day: Opened over 160 years ago, the second public cemetery in Derbyshire, Spital burials reflect huge social change. Here we meet men and women who worked to help ordinary people have a voice and opportunity through education, knowledge and association. Power through education. Mary Swanwick ........
19 Hady Hill, Chesterfield
Tue 17 Sep, Sat 21 Sep

More details - Chesterfield Psychic Switch
Experience 4 different Psychics, Mediums in 1 amazing psychic night. Book a ticket for yourself or come with friends, family etc for a great social psychic evening. Everyone is guaranteed a message. Bar open, over 18’s only.
Sandpiper Hotel, Chesterfield
Wed 9 Oct 19

More details - Bring & Buy - in aid of rescue horses & ponies
A fundraising Bring and Buy in aid of rescued horses and ponies based at Pooh Corner in Unstone. The event is for the upkeep of the ponies, which come from all around the country, and for the maintenance of the stables and fencing.
Horse & Jockey, 237 Sheffield Rd, Unstone, Nr Dronfield
Thu 26 Sep 19

More details - Dronfield Hall Barn Artisan & Producers' Market
Market with a difference An artisan and producers’ market with a difference is set to provide a great family day out at one of the region’s premier heritage sites.
Dronfield Hall Barn High Street Dronfield
Sun 6 Oct 19

More details - New Bolsover Model Village
Heritage Open Day: This is a unique opportunity to learn more about the mining history associated with Bolsover Colliery and to explore the Grade II listed former miners’ cottages which are undergoing major refurbishment.
126 New Bolsover, Bolsover, Chesterfield
Sun 22 Sep 19

More details - Potted Pirates & Ruddigore Reduced
CHESTERFIELD GILBERT AND SULLIVAN SOCIETY – present their 2019 show “Potted Pirates and Ruddigore Reduced” at Ashover Parish Hall on Weds/Thursday 2/3 October, followed by performances at the Rose Theatre, Chesterfield on Friday/Saturday 4/5 October.
Ashover Parish Hall, Milken Lane, Ashover & The Rose Theatre, Chesterfield
Wed 2 Oct 19 to Sat 5 Oct

More details - The Wedding Singer
The Wedding Singer takes us back to a time when hair was big, greed was good, collars were up, and a wedding singer might just be the coolest guy in the room. Based on the hit Adam Sandler movie, The Wedding Singer’s sparkling new score does for the ’80s what Hairspray did for the ’60s.
The Assembly Rooms, Hill Top, Bolsover
Wed 2 Oct 19 to Sat 5 Oct

More details - St John the Baptist's Church, Ault Hucknall
Heritage Open Day: Grade 1 listed church with many interesting features Grade I listed Saxon foundation church in England’s smallest village. Burial place of Thomas Hobbes, Norman carvings, green men, medieval glass, Smythson and Butterfield woodwork.
Ault Hucknall Church,, Ault Hucknall Village, Chesterfield
Thu 19 Sep to Sun 22 Sep

More details - Gillfield Woods explore
Heritage Open Day: An explore of the nature and history of one of Sheffield’s lesser known woodlands. Tracing the past industry and human activity in the woods. A look at one of Sheffield’s many small woodlands.
Number 97 bus terminus, Baslow Road, Sheffield
Wed 18 Sep, Fri 20 Sep

More details - Hardwick - Hardwick Roof Tours
Discover captivating views and a different Hardwick experience on our roof tours. Climb the steps of the North Stairs and emerge amongst the turrets of Hardwicks roof. Stepping onto the roof visitors can experience Hardwicks position on the top of the ridge overlooking the Derbyshire countryside.
Hardwick, Doe Lea, Chesterfield,
Today, Tue 17 Sep, Tue 24 Sep

More details - St James' Church, Norton, Sheffield
Heritage Open Day: Transitional Norman and 15th century church with 16th century chapel and tombs. 9 sided font of c.1200, statue and grave of Sir Francis Chantrey. There will be bell ringing, a local history walk and local history displays. Refreshments available.
St. James’ Church, Norton Church Road, Sheffield
Sat 21 Sep, Sun 22 Sep

More details - Herdings Heritage & Harvest
Heritage Open Day: Join Reach South Sheffield as we celebrate Sheffield’s second oldest building, and see what’s happening in the garden area, where this years crops will be harvested, cooked and eaten! Family friendly day out. We can offer a fun-filled day of healthy food and historic discovery!
Herdings Heritage and Community Centre, Morland Road, Sheffield
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet Open Day
Heritage Open Day: Visit Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet for free! Catch a unique glimpse of life at home and at work at a scythe and steelworks dating back to the 18th century. Abbeydale Works was once a producer of agricultural tools and the largest water-powered industrial site on the River Sheaf.
Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet, Abbeydale Road South, Sheffield
Today

More details - Bishops' House Guided Tours
Heritage Open Day: Bishops’ House is Sheffield’s hidden Tudor gem situated at the top of Meersbrook Park. We will be holding guided tours at 11.30am over both Heritage Open Day weekends. Plus additional tours at 2.
Norton Lees Lane, Sheffield
Wed 18 Sep, Sat 21 Sep, Sun 22 Sep

More details - 9 Newfield Crescent - Open Garden for NGS
Mature, wildlife friendly garden planted to provide all yr interest, particularly in Autumn and Winter. Upper terrace with alpines in troughs and bowls. Lower terrace featuring pond with cascade and connecting stream to second pond.
9 Newfield Crescent, Sheffield
Thu 19 Sep 19

More details - Ancient Ways at Whirlow Hall Farm
Heritage Open Day: Walking with archaeologists you will be guided across the magical landscape of Whirlow Hall Farm.
Whirlow Hall Farm, Whirlow Lane, Sheffield
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - St Catherine of Siena Church
Heritage Open Day: St Catherine’s will be open 10am-2pm Monday, Wednesday,Thursday & Friday of the HODs week. Our coffee shop will be open for drinks, breakfasts, hot & cold sandwiches. Built 1959 the chuch is one of two in Sheffield, designed by renowned architect Basil Spence, who also designed Coventry Cathedral.
St Catherine of Siena Church, Richmond Road, Sheffield
Today, Wed 18 Sep to Fri 20 Sep

More details - 'Drainspotting' - A guide to Sheffield pavement features (Nether Edge)
Heritage Open Day: A look at the history under our feet. Discover the social heritage that we walk over every day. A walk around Nether Edge looking at the remnants of Victorian infrastructure found on the street.
Moncrieffe Road, Sheffield
Wed 18 Sep, Sun 22 Sep

More details - Sheffield Street Tree Protest Walks - Urban Ecology Defended
Heritage Open Day: A tour of the wonderful urban forest in Nether Edge with local ornithologist Jim Clarke. Learn about the special significance of the mature street trees and how critical it was for local ecology that the trees were defended by ’People Power’.
Moncrieffe Road, Sheffield
Wed 18 Sep, Fri 20 Sep

More details - Nether Edge History Group Walk
Heritage Open Day: A guided walk around Nether Edge to learn about some influential people eg James Montgomery, George Wostenholm and the educationalist Prof. William Ripper and their links with Nether Edge. A free guided walk around Nether Edge led by the Local History Group.
Machon Bank Road, Sheffield
Thu 19 Sep 19

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