SNEAK PEEK: What’s in the Derbyshire Times this week...

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In the Derbyshire Times this week...

The devastated mum of a soldier and young dad who died after a night out in Chesterfield town centre is calling for pubs to close earlier to cut booze-related violence. We have special report and look at what you think of her campaign.

Following news that Chesterfield has been chosen for the Healthy High Streets project to help make Chesterfield a shopping destination, by boosting footfall and creating jobs, we have a special report on the plans and how YOU would transform the town centre.

And as it returns to our TV screens this week, we meet the glamorous Dronfield fashion entrepreneur who is hoping to become Alan Sugar’s latest Apprentice.

Win tickets to the prestigious Racing Post Trophy race meeting, plus you can win tickets to see singing sensation Jimmy Osmond at Chesterfield’s Winding Wheel.

If you love a Ruby Murray, our hunt begins for the Curry House of the Year! Who has the best bhunas in the area?

You’ll find the list of finalists and voting form in this week’s paper, so get voting!

In our special 16 page business supplement we look at how, with new bars and restaurants opening up locally and more set to come on board, food and drink is serving up success in Chesterfield.

In sport, boss Danny Wilson left his team in no doubt what he thought of their performance after Chesterfield crashed out of the EFL Trophy this week. Find out what he told his players.

All this plus your regular letters pages, Property Guide, motors section, jobs, puzzles, family announcements, classified and much much more.

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