There’s so much in your packed Derbyshire Times this week, here’s a sneak peek at what’s inside...
We talk to Spire Juniors headteacher Dave Shaw, who is running the Great North Run in a bid to raise cash for the school and avoid sacking staff.
We follow WASPI - Women Against State Pension Inequality - who are headed for parliament on Wednesday March 8 to coincide with International Women’s Day.
Meet the lollipop man famed for his curbside dancing. Elvis fan Alan Filbee helps children across the road to Mary Swanwick Community Primary School.
There’s photos and a full report of when Chesterfield proved it has the X Factor as auditions for the popular TV show rolled into town.
And we pay tribute to Phil Johnson - the fourth generation of ironmongers at S Johnson & Son Ltd on Chatsworth Road - who died suddenly at his Matlock Road home last month. He was 88.
And as if that wasn’t enough there’s our entertainment section GO, which is packed with details of what’s on and where and the latest Spireites news dominates the back end.
It’s on the shelves now....what are you waiting for, get out and grab a copy today.