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Derbyshire Life magazine September 2016 - out in the shops or available to buy online now

PUBLISHED: 00:00 25 August 2016

Derbyshire Life magazine September 2016

Derbyshire Life magazine September 2016

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A look inside the September issue of Derbyshire Life

‘Touch those things and make them Bloom’ - The village of Middleton-by-Wirksworth

Nurture and Nature - Wildlife and the Allotment Renaissance

‘Step On’ - Former Rams captain Shaun Barker

Derby’s Delightful Dozen - 12 great reasons to visit the county city

Seeking an End to Modern Slavery - Support for the International Policing & Justice Institute’s Campaign

Keeping up with Cromford

Do You Know Your Derbyshire?

Home from Home in the Amber Valley - From a Farm to a Holiday Village

Autumn Fair - Designing the perfect autumn border for your garden

Riding High - Derbyshire Life trophy winner Bert Bolton

Falcons and Falconer - A day at the National Falconry School, Ashover

Harried to Death - Out and about with Roly Smith

Nature’s Year with the Derbyshire Wildlife Trust

Wildwood Legacy - Aspen

Come Rain or Shine - Grangers International at Alfreton, the home of Cherry Blossom

A Natural Connection - Alastair Land, Repton School’s new Headmaster

Celebrating 25 Years of Peak District Artisans

About a Painting - ‘Alter Ego’ by Marion Adnams

A Baronet’s Diary

Leisure and lifestyle

Homes & Gardens

Property pages

Fireplaces and stoves

County walk: South Wingfield

Fashion – autumn days

Wedding special

Readers’ Weddings

Designed with Love - Derbyshire-born celebrity bridal designer Kate Halfpenny

The Wedding Forecast - Experts look ahead to 2017

Dining Out - at the Cricket Inn, Totley

Derbyshire Life Food Awards - Meet Presenter Andy Potter

Around the Salerooms

Crossword No. 459

Donington World Superbikes

County news and events

Padley Ladies Luncheon

A Service of Commemoration

High Sheriff’s Summer Reception

Celebratory Dinner for Dales MP

County News and Ogden Day

Derbyshire WI Diary

Belper Food, Real Ale & Craft Festival

Exhibitions

Melbourne and Wirksworth Festivals

The Diary

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