Derbyshire Life magazine September 2015 - out in the shops or available to buy online now

PUBLISHED: 00:49 20 August 2015

Derbyshire Life magazine September 2015

Derbyshire Life magazine September 2015

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A look inside the September issue of Derbyshire Life...

An A to Z of Derbyshire and the Peak District - from Padley Gorge to Quarndon

The Golden Age of Pyrotechnics - Catton Fireworks Festival

Wildlife - The Elusive Pine Marten

First of the Derby ‘Few’ - Burnaston’s volunteer WWII pilots

A Capital Place - Repton past and present

Paxton 150 - Designs to reconstruct the Crystal Palace

Do You Know Your Derbyshire

Rooms with a Valley View - Bridge Hill House, Belper

Book review - Renishaw Hall

Chatsworth County Fair President for 2015 - Adam Henson

Verging on the Exotic - Out and About with Roly Smith

Keeping up with Cromford

Foremarke Hall - A ‘War Baby’!

Potters Past & Present - A family business in Buxton

A Rare Sense of Place - Exciting new developments in Ashbourne

A Life behind the Lens - with photographer Duncan Robb

About a painting...

An Artistic Journey - the life of John Stobart

Thinking Outside the Box - John Basford on Sheffield artist Rosie Lee

Getting Down to Brass Tacks - Derby Theatre’s 25th anniversary production of Brassed Off

A Baronet’s Diary

Leisure and lifestyle

Homes & Gardens

Property pages

1Fireplace designs

County walk: Tideswell

Fashion: Autumn I

25th anniversary of Meadowhall

Bridal Designer - Tanya Burdina

Eating Out... The Eating House, Calver

Around the Salerooms

Crossword No. 447

Electric Avenue: Formula E’s grand finale

Donington Park: World Superbikes

County new and events

Reception & Beating Retreat

Vice-Chancellor’s retirement

Padley Ladies Luncheon

Crich Dinner

County Life

Derbyshire WI Diary

Steven Chrisopher - Showroom Launch

Derbyshire County Show

Horse & rider

Jenson Button Triathlon

Belper Food Fair

Exhibitions

The Diary - Derby Festé and New Mills Festival

Melbourne Festival

Wirksworth Festival

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