PAMPER yourself with free treatments or be wowed by fire eaters at Woolley Moor show this weekend.
There’s lots going on across Derbyshire.
Woolley Moor’s 100th annual open show includes Ashover Brass Band, fire-eating, vintage vehicles, Dales Divas, food and entertainment for all.
Scarecrows are displayed around the village as part of the Scarecrow Festival running up to the event.
It takes place from noon at Jubilee playing fields, Badger Lane. Under-12s go free and adult admission is £2.
New beauty salon Spala is offering free mini treatments and champagne in its open day, from 10am to 6pm, at the salon on Corporation Street.
Rhythm and booze blend in perfect harmony at st the Rock the Carnival Beer and Music Festival at Barlow Brewery.
Bands playing from noon to 11pm include Bad Grammar, Grin Factor, Local Heroes and headliners Arizona.
Compete against fellow shoppers with Game Console trials at McArthur Glen as part of the centre’s month-long Urban Life and Style celebration.
Barlow’s annual carnival is the highlight of the year, with a parade of floats and bands. All the village wells are also dressed in flowers for the occasion. It kicks off with the parade at 2pm.
Don your white glove and practice that moonwalk...Navi pays tribute to Michael Jackson at the Ace of Clubs, Bolsover.
Chesterfield Canal Trust are holding a clean up at Renishaw canalside, one of the few places where they receive regular complaints about litter.
It takes place from 11am to 3pm and people meet in the car park just below Barlborough Road Bridge near the Sitwell Arms.