This retro gallery takes a look at life across Derbyshire over the last century.
There’s plenty of great pictures, including fun in the snowy weather in Buxton as well as sporting fun in 1930’s Buxton.
There is also important matters which affected the whole county such as the coal mining industry featured, as well as WW2 POW’s getting stuck in with work around Whaley Bridge.
1. Festival Queen of Buxton
14 year-old Buxton schoolgirl Peggy Mycock is cheered by her friends for being chosen as the 1934 Festival Queen of Buxton, Derbyshire. She was selected out of 30 girls from local elementary schools, and will be crowned during 'Well Dressing Week' in June. Photo: Fox Photos
2. Harry Clifton
Chesterfield Football Club's inside right Harry Clifton poses before a game on 17th February 1938. Photo: H. F. Davis
3. Snow fun near Buxton
Messrs Riddick, Whitehead, Schaaming, Jeffcoate and Johnstone out skiing near Buxton in November 1912. Photo: Topical Press Agency
4. Buxton Lawn Tennis Tournament
From left to right, Mr DR Larcombe, Miss Longhurst and tennis player Ethel Thomson Larcombe (1879 - 1965) at the Buxton Lawn Tennis Tournament on 17th August 1912. Photo: Topical Press Agency