Derbyshire Life magazine September 2017 - out in the shops or available to buy online now

PUBLISHED: 00:00 24 August 2017

Derbyshire Life magazine September 2017

Derbyshire Life magazine September 2017

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

Derbyshire Life magazine September 2017Derbyshire Life magazine September 2017

An A-Z of Derbyshire and the Peak District - W Part II

Exploring Wirksworth at festival time

Monumental Musings - Repton Cross

Derbyshire’s new Chief Constable Peter Goodman

On Friendly Ground - The village of Stanton by Dale

Plants that Changed our Lives - The foxglove

Do you know your Derbyshire? Local places and dialect

A Derbyshire Country House - Nether Hall, Hathersage

Restoration and Regeneration - Derby architect Derek Latham

Appreciating Garden Favourites - The Cottage Garden Society’s North Derbyshire Group

Life is Beautiful Around the World - Cyclist Leigh Timmis returns home to Derby

‘Spring’-board to Success - Derbyshire Life trophy winner Annabelle Wright

Horses for Causes - Helen Atkin Group RDA celebrates 30 years

Princess of the Parks - Out and about with Roly Smith

Location: Education - The advantages of a Derbyshire school

Blue like the Ice and Gold like the Sun - Berlie Doherty and Blue John in Buxton

Joseph Wright of Derby - A new guide to his life and work

Finding Inspiration in Derbyshire - Jonathan Vickers Fine Art Award winner Eleanor May Watson

A Baronet’s Diary with Sir Richard FitzHerbert

Leisure & Lifestyle

Homes & Gardens

Property Pages

Interiors: Sitting comfortably by the fire

County Walk: Glossop

Weddings

Submarines and Bridal Style 
Phoebe Paling of The Ivory Chapter, Melbourne

edding Countdown

A Real Wedding

Readers’ Weddings

Autumn Fashion

Health and Beauty: Local spa treatments

Derbyshire Life Food & Drink Awards: Meet the judges

Wine Notes: A Passion for Portugal

Around the Salerooms

Crossword No. 471

Competitions

Win a £200 voucher to spend on beauty treatments

Win a journey for two on Belmond Northern Belle

Win a Royal Crown Derby paperweight

Win tickets to Derby Folk Festival

County news and events

National Stone Centre Opening

County News

Milford Celebrates

Derbyshire County Show

Derbyshire WI Diary

Duffield Arts Festival

Exhibitions

Art Out Loud

The Diary and Festival Time

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