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National Mills Weekend, cars and radio!
The weekend of May 13 &14 is a big one at Heage Windmill! It’s National Mills Weekend*, organised by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB), when our windmill will be one of the hundreds of wind and water mills throughout the country which will open their doors to visitors, many of which are not normally accessible to the public...

Ripley's Big Day Out
Ripley Town Council are excited to let everyone know about Ripley’s Big Day Out...

Raising Money for Charity: Ripley Car Boot Sale to Re-Start Good Friday
Established for 4 years, the Ripley Friday Car Boot Sale is set to re-open it’s gates on Friday 14th April 2017...

Speed camera locations for 10th April to 23rd April
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Appeal issued and residents urged to be alert after cash is stolen from man in Matlock
Police are appealing for information and urging people to be alert after cash was stolen from an elderly man in Matlock...

BELPER ARTS FESTIVAL 29 APRIL – 29 MAY 2017
Welcome to the fifth Belper Arts Festival with its blend of art, music, theatre, dance, photography, film, literature, comedy, performance, talks and workshops...
 
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Two of the animals are due to be destroyed while a third has been kennelled as investigations continue.

Police said the case showed the age of an offender would not protect them from prosecution.

The woman fears something has happened to another mother and daughter she met at the concert.

The David Lloyd Club at Pride Park in Derby was closed for several hours.

A councillor suggested a pregnant candidate would be "too busy changing nappies" to be an effective MP.

Passengers face cancellations or delays of up to 90 minutes as a result of the fault.

John Humphrys assesses how one East Midlands town has adapted to 10 years of immigration.

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