We’ve got another jam packed edition of the Derbyshire Times for you this week. Here’s a quick look at what’s iniside...
We speak to Councillor Alexis Diouf who was sworn at and hounded out of town after visiting homeless people on New Beetwell Street.
We take an in-depth look at Derwent Rural Counselling Service - the largest provider of counselling services in Derbyshire - and the work that they have carried out in the community for the last 27 years.
See how your votes counted in the county council elections and read the full results run down.
Meet 85-year-old Kaylet Smedley, the incredibly inspiring woman who set up the Chesterfield branch of the Leukaemia Research Fund after her son lost his battle with the disease 52 years ago, raising £800,000 in the process.
And of course there’s your usual helping of community news, letters, columns and more.
As well as all of this, there’s your guide to what’s on when and where in our entertainment section GO! and all the latest Spireites and sport headlines at the back end.
What are you waiting for? Go grab your copy now.