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Derbyshire Life magazine September 2019 - out in the shops or available to buy online now

PUBLISHED: 00:00 22 August 2019

Derbyshire Life magazine September 2019

Derbyshire Life magazine September 2019

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A look inside the September 2019 issue of Derbyshire Life

Turnditch & Windley - 'Tranquil, rural and away-from-it-all'

Two sides to every story - Local Councillors Ben Bellamy and Rob Cooper

A way to say thank you by Lord-Lieutenant Willie Tucker

An honour and a privilege - Sinfonia Viva's chief executive Peter Helps MBE

Saving the Iron Giant - Saving Bennerley Viaduct, a rare historic gem

Yorkshire's Peak District - From The Strines Inn to Dunford Bridge

Being kinder to Kinder - Out and about with Roly Smith

Wildlife: Rabbits in the headlights - The county's most common mammal

Monastic Granges of Derbyshire - Discovering the past from landscape clues

Rural Rides - Cycling from Matlock to Edale

Let's go to Alfreton - Neighbourhood know-how, places and people

Designs for Life - Hathersage-based product designer and artist Si Homfray

Future-proof fabrications - Wirksworth's TDP, setting new trends with recycled plastic

'Rooms' at the top - A delightful garden at Middleton

Going, going, gone - but not out - A visit to Bakewell Livestock Auction

If we could walk with the animals - Charnwood Forest Alpacas

The Greyhound - The family behind the rescued Cromford pub

A Baronet's Diary with Sir Richard FitzHerbert

County Walk: Wetton in the Manifold Valley

Property pages

Meals & Memories Sustenance for body and soul - kitchens

Garden advice

Fashion - What's new for autumn and fashion news

Beauty - Great new products

Ahead of the Game recipes

Wine Notes - Summer 2019 at Renishaw Hall vineyard

Food News

Around the Salerooms

Retirement - University of life: U3A

Education School Open Days

Crossword No. 495

Motoring: Kia Stinger GT S

Win a gourmet getaway

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