The era of flares, platforms and glam rock is set to be celebrated.
And the man behind the drive to revisit 1970s Chesterfield needs your help to make it happen.
Neil Anderson, author of recent ‘Dirty Stop Out’s Guide to 1980s Chesterfield’, is now putting the call out for readers to come forward with their memories and photos from the decade.
He said: “There’s no doubt the era was an exciting time to be growing up in Chesterfield.
“Fashions and music changed so much as glam took a hold in the early part of the era and then disco and punk became the mainstay of the charts towards the end.”
Few events were as big as the opening of Chesterfield’s Aquarius venue in the early 1970s which saw stars of international standing queuing up to entertain local crowds.
The Fusion - now part of the Winding Wheel - also became legendary for shows by the likes of the Cure and Specials before they went on to national stardom.
Neil has set up a ‘Dirty Stop Out’s Guide to 1970s Chesterfield’ Facebook Group or email your memories and photographs to firstname.lastname@example.org
‘Dirty Stop Out’s Guide to 1980s Chestefield’ has become the biggest selling local book Waterstones have ever had in the town.