A family fun day at a Staveley park put a smile on lots of people’s faces.
The Friends of Staveley King George V Park group held the event in glorious sunshine on Sunday.
There was plenty on offer, including competitions, stalls, bowling, a fun fair and performances from Ireland Colliery Chesterfield Brass Band.
The fun day also gave families the chance to learn more about multi-million pound plans to boost the park and improve facilities in the future.
Mick Wilson, coordinator of the Friends of Staveley King George V Park group, said: “It all went very well and the weather certainly helped. Hundreds of people learned more about our exiting plans for the park and expressed an interest in helping us achieve our future dreams.
“They also had lots of fun.
“Thank you to everyone involved.”
The park opened in 1939 after the death of King George V in 1936 and boasts a number of facilities.
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