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Hunt for budding detectives

Ever fancied putting your detective skills to the test trying to solve a mystery using clues?

Lucy Worsley at Buxton Opera House on July 20.

Review: An Evening of Murder with Dr Lucy Worsley

The evening started with a quote from George Orwell, which read: “It is a Sunday…You put your feet up on the sofa, settle your spectacles on your nose, and open the News of the World…In these blissful circumstances, what is it that you want to read about? Naturally, about a murder.”

Mary Berry

Chatsworth Country Fair tickets up for grabs

Breathtaking stunts from the world famous Imps Motorcycle Display Team and live cookery demonstrations by Great British Bake Off judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood will be among the attractions at Chatsworth Country Fair.

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Join Pudsey on trail of cat burglars

Britain’s Got Talent winners Ashleigh & Pudsey are starring in a new interactive spy adventure suitable for the whole family.

Dizzee Rascal got fans jumping and going Bonkers at Tramlines Pictures by Dean Atkins and Glenn Ashley

VIDEO & SLIDESHOW: Tramlines is a smash hit as music fans go Bonkers video

Tramlines, the UK’s biggest urban music festival, rolled back into Sheffield at the weekend and proved a smash hit with around 100,000 music lovers. 7 comments

Entertainment rss

Mansfield's Palace Theatre was so named 21 years ago today.

On this day in history

What happened on July 26 through the years?

Oddsocks to tackle Much Ado at Derby venue

Oddsocks Productions will bring their season of outdoor theatre to Markeaton Park in Derby this week.

Milburn perform secret gig at The Leamill

VIDEO: Milburn 'secret' Leadmill gig is smash hit with Sheffield Tramlines fans video

Sheffield indie comeback stars Milburn proved a smash hit with Tramlines fans when they performed a surprise sold out midnight gig at the city's iconic Leadmill.

Reggae queen Dawn Penn at Tramlines

Sheffield Tramlines weather is like Jamaica, says reggae queen Dawn Penn

Thousands of Tramlines fans basked in the heat today and even reggae queen Dawn Penn described the climate like being back in Jamaica.

Tea With Oscar Wilde at Buxton's Pavilion Arts Centre on August 4.

Victorian-style chat show

The popular modern chat show will be reimagined for the Victorian age in a new
drama Tea with Oscar Wilde.

Travel rss

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Strikes force East Midlands Airport to cancel flights

Flights from East Midlands Airport will be affected by striking workers today.

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Beautiful Lincoln is a city blessed with magnificent history

Little over 800 years ago England lay on the brink of civil war as fed-up lords of the realm battled to limit the excessive powers of tyrant King John.

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Home & Garden rss

Y Not Festival

Y Not Festival goers warned “drugs are not welcome”

Thousands of revellers gearing up for Y Not Festival this weekend are being warned that drugs are not welcome through the gates.

Cyclists pictured at Ashgate Hospice & in the Peak district, as they supported the Hospice in the Flag Cycle Challenge, Chesterfield.NDET 26-7-15 Flagg, Cyclists leaving the start at Ashgate Hospice ( 9 to 14)

Cyclists get in gear for hospice ride

Big-hearted cyclists are set to roll out across Derbyshire this Sunday and complete up to 100miles on the road to raise thousands for Chesterfield’s Ashgate Hospicecare.

Blogs rss

Lady Manners School column

COLUMN: Keep kids’ minds active this summer

The summer holidays are just around the corner. A six week break beckons for our hard working children. Parents, of course, may feel differently about the break. But how does the six week hiatus really affect our children?

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GUEST COLUMN: How to help someone who is having a heart attack, by Dr Tim Baker, St John Ambulance

A heart attack happens when the supply of blood to the heart is suddenly blocked, usually by a blood clot.

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GUEST COLUMN: Top tips for a smooth family getaway

Summer holidays are all about enjoying quality time with the family.

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SEEING RED COLUMN: England fans are the ones who are really hurting

It’s the hope that kills me when it comes to the England football team.

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