Starting in the mill yard, you will also visit Cromford

50 things to do across Derby and Derbyshire over the Extra resources August bank holiday weekend

frontpageWhat’s OnWhat’s On NewsThings to do in DerbyshireThere’s something for everybody in the city and beyond this weekendDerby looks set to enjoy some sun over the bank holiday weekend with temperatures reported to reach

24C. Weather forecasters say the sunny periods expected later today birkin replica bag hermes and lasting right into Monday will “feel pleasantly warm”.But whether you want indoor or outdoor fun, we have put together six things for you and the family to do replica hermes luggage this weekend. There will be more than 20 beers and ciders, a great atmosphere replica hermes and live music from Junction Acoustic, from 8pm until 10pm. Free entry.ETWALL: Summer treasure Hunt Look out for the summer treasure hunt pictures as you make your way around the farm. Collect all the letters and rearrange to spell out another treasure, you may even get a prize. The event will run from 10am until 5pm. Admissions will cost 5.50 per person aged two years and over. Heage Lane, Etwall.Saturday, August 26 ALVASTON: The Brackens Summer Fun Day The day offers many attractions, activities and culinary delights, including a raffle drawn on the night, cake and craft stalls, bouncy castle, go karts for the kids, burger van and live rock band and much more. It will starts are 10am, and entry is free. Donations will be welcome, as the event is part of efforts to raise reviews funds for the Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Rutland Air Ambulance. The Brackens, Brackens Lane, Alvaston.For more information contact 0300 3045 999.BAKEWELL: Farmers’ Market Generally held on the last Saturday of every month, the district council’s hermes blanket replica Farmers’ Market is now regularly attracting more than 5,000 visitors and is so popular that many of the 70 stall holders are selling out before closing time hermes replica and there is a waiting list of more than 50 traders. The market will be held from 9am until 2pm.SWADLINCOTE: Makers’ Market The Makers’ Market is held on the last Saturday of the month and is a place for arts, crafts, food and drink traders, makers and designers to showcase their products on a regular basis. 9am 4pm, free entry and free parking, High Street, Swadlincote.HULLAND: Horticultural and Craft Show Horticultural and craft show, 12.30pm 4.30pmCROMFORD MILLS: Growing up at the Mills tour Children were an essential part of the mill workforce, but what was life like for them growing up working for Sir Richard Arkwright? Discover more about family life, the jobs people did and the risks they took every day. Starting in the mill yard, you will also visit Cromford village and see the street where you might have lived if you were one of Arkwright’s workers. Cost 5, advance booking essential.For more information contact 01629 823256.HOLLINGTON: Paul Lee’s Meatloaf concert Paul Lee, an internationally renowned Meatloaf tribute act, is coming to the Red Lion Inn at Hollington. The event is in aid of charity, supporting both the MS Society and the Hollington Defibrillator Fund. Entry is free and there will be a raffle and voluntary contributions on wholesale handbags china the evening. 8pm. The Red Lion Inn, Main Street, Hollington.ILKESTON: Gypsy Jazz at the Ilkeston Water Festival The Bon Accord Quartet present a session of Gypsy Jazz at the Ilkeston Water Festival, Ilkeston Marina, Gallows Inn Playing Fields.3pm 10pm. Spectator admission free but parking charges will apply.ALVASTON: British BMX Race Series(Image: Victoria Wilcox)Come and watch the biggest event in the UK BMX calendar birkin inspired replica handbags with over 1000 competitors in 33 different classes and the youngest rider aged just six years old. A real festival atmosphere is expected this bank holiday weekend. aaa replica birkin bag Meadow Lane, DE24 8QQ.DERBY RUGBY CLUB: Open air cinema The classic 80s movie The Goonies will be screened at Derby Rugby Club, Haslam Lane, Darley Abbey. Suitable for all. Adults 13, under 12s 9 and under 5s go free.Sunday, August 27 MATLOCK FARM PARK: Peak District Highland Games The very first Peak District Highland Games will be held from 10am 5pm. Come and watch these super strong men compete with their varied events throughout the day.BELPER: Sunday afternoon discovery walk A discovery walk led by Adrian Farmer. A Taste of Belper’s History is a food themed look at Belper’s history, visiting a gigantic larder and an early bread factory and ending with a little taster of what the present day Belper can reviews offer in tempting food. Meet at Belper Market Place at 2pm. Adults 4, accompanied children under 16 free. Sorry, no dogs. Will end around 4pm.

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