Tom smith, Mick Dowson and Martin Cox representing Xansa who are presenting £750 to Save the Children's sales manager Julie Edwards.
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Fashion show preview for Springwell School l-r: Miss Jennifer Marsh, Sam Lomas, Peter Roberts, Ash Knowles and Becky Measures.
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Cavendish jnr pupils Ellie Titterton, Sophie Crampton,Kelsey Simcoe and Darcie Heeley in the new garden
Parkwood Centre celebrates its 40th anniversary with a plaque unveiling by Long time service users Christine Sinclaire and Fred Martin along with Nigel Clough cutting a cake.
Chesterfield college students Gemma Brown, Natalie Millward, Ciprian Smith able to vote for the first time.
Netherthorpe pupils James Pogmore and Chelsea Machon got a helping hand tower building from Chesterfield mayor Christine Ludlow and consort Kevin Ludlow.
Stoney Middleton residents Gary Ruane, Tony Rose, Alan Rodgers continue with the clear up after the floods
Members of the Chesterfield children's charity Matthew Ervine, Jason Howson, Nick Catt present a cheq for £6500.00 to Gillian Scotford of Bluebell wood appeal and SCBU.
Ladies at Renishaw golf club pink day for cancer research
Brockley junior school pupils Ben Roberts and Katie Webb with their wellness passports.
Dronfield sports centre creche assistant Christine Thornhill gets creative with Anna Jellinek
New Bolsover School receive £500 of plants from Dobbies after pupils win competition. pic is pupil Keira Allcock-Brocksopp.
Harry Pratt and Kate Fisher enjoy the creche at Dronfield sports centre
Nadine Piper learns circus skills from entertainer Cheeky Charlie at Deincourt school summer fete.
Barlow Gala family group been doing a float for 20 years and in 2007 the theme was Mary Poppins. fl-r: Eve Foxall, Michael Ferreday and Rachel Cutting
Resident Nick the Hat with artist Dave Turner.
Olivia Bryan, Robert Pitchford, Rachel Schofield, John Biggin and dead guy Robert Dean.
Bolsover first steps pre school toddle waddle, l-r: Shay Bradley, two, Megan Gally, two, Joseph Sadler aged four.
Sitwell Motor Cycle Club presented £600 to landlord of the Sitwell Arms for Gavin Reddington after fundraiser on 7th july. fl-r: landlord Clare Alden with Ollie chandler. bl-r: club members trevor Naylor, Mark Pickering, Ceaser Chandler and Rob Freeman.
Dunston primary pupils Alex Fullard and Kathleen Holmes launch the proud scheme with Chesterfield footballs Alan O'hare and Paul Holmes.
Spire Infant School Chesterfield in Bloom winners, gardening team l-r: Hayden Leadbeater, Melody Watson, Alex Chauntry, Holly Bentley, Katie Wigston, and Holly Cocker.
Lizzie Gould,11, Eva Gould,11, and Ella Selbie,10, with the windmills they designed at the Matlock Climate Forum meeting in the Imperial Rooms.
Fiona Paul of the Babbling Vagabonds entertains the children at St.Anselm's Pre-Preparatory School with the story The Magic Toyshop.
Tag rugby team Brockley Primary School
Highfields School students Jessica Emery and Harriet McDonald will be completing a triathlon dressed as Mexican bandits to raise money for a six month teaching post in the village of El Chimo through the Outreach scheme.
Pupils at Treetops Nursery in Matlock pictured before their end of term ceremony.
Calow primary pupils Maisy Ainsworth and Jacob Bloor enjoy the schools new garden with Bishop of Derby Alastair Redfern.
Action from the match between Bishop Purseglove School(green and black stripes) and Longstone A at the Tag Rugby Tournament, Cromford Meadows.