BRAMPTON: Living History Group’s attention drawn to Chesterfield ghost walk

Brampton Living history Group held its first meeting of the autumn session at St Thomas’ Church parish centre with an attendance of 23.

In the absence of the chairman John Lilley, due to illness, the secretary Sonia Preece, presided.

Sonia drew attention to Chesterfield’s ghost trail, an hour-long ghost walk around haunted Chesterfield, which continues on October 17 and 31, starting outside the Market pub in New Square at 7.30pm. Cost is £5 and £4 concession.

The secretary welcomed the speaker, Stephen Flinders, who gave a talk on “A changing village, 16th century Ilkeston”. Godfrey Holmes gave the vote of thanks.

The next meeting on October 28, will be the AGM, followed by a talk by Mike Kelley on “The Myth of 1066”. Admission is £2.