South Derbyshire, England Newswire

South Derbyshire, England Newswire

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  1. 'All round great man' 26-year-old cricketer remembered by family after tragic deathRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | This is Derbyshire

    A family have paid tribute to a 26-year-olda a from Church Gresley who died in a car accident, saying he was an "all round great man". Matthew Elson died in a a crash on October 26, 2017, while driving to work on the A45, Flore, near Northampton.

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  2. Emergency services have been busy tackling crash, spillage and fireRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Burton Mail

    A series of incidents involving lorries caused traffic mayhem for commuters across Burton and South Derbyshire today, Tuesday, June 19. Emergency services attended three separate incidents involving lorries. They were a collision in Stapenhill, an oil spillage on the A38 at Burton and a fire on the A42 near Measham.

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  3. Three separate lorry incidents cause traffic mayhemRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Ashbourne News Telegraph

    A series of incidents involving lorries caused traffic mayhem for commuters across Burton and South Derbyshire today, Tuesday, June 19. Emergency services attended three separate incidents involving lorries. They were a collision in Stapenhill, an oil spillage on the A38 at Burton and a fire on the A42 near Measham.

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  4. A new 'glamping village' has been set up to add a comfortable swing to the weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Burton Mail

    Former TV Ready Steady Cook favourite Antony Worrall Thompson is to take to the stage at this year's Derbyshire Sausage and Cider Music Festival and Country Show. Held at Catton Hall , near the South Derbyshire village of Walton starting on Friday, June 29 and running through to Sunday, July 1, and the TV chef from the hit cooking show will make a guest appearance.

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  5. This historic Derbyshire village pub could be set for a revampRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | This is Derbyshire

    A pub in the heart of a Derbyshire village could be set to undergo a major facelift if plans to revamp the premises are approved. Star Pubs and Bars has applied to South Derbyshire District Council to give The Green Man, in Canal Bridge, Willington, a makeover.

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  6. Turtles and bubbles at the FREE Festival of Leisure - and up to 10,000 people are expected to attendRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 17 | Burton Mail

    Up to 10,000 people are expected to attend this year's hotly anticipated Festival of Leisure spectacle in Church Gresley that will feature bubbles, turtles and more. The weekend of free entertainment, including thrilling stunt shows and fairground grounds rides, will take place on Saturday, June 23 and Sunday, June 24, from 12.30pm until 5pm on both days.

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  7. South Derbyshire dad completes FIFTH run for the Donna Louise Trust in memory of daughterRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 17 | Burton Mail

    A father left heartbroken by the death of his daughter has taken on another run for a charity close to his heart. Neil Cartwright, of Galloway Road, Drakelow, has now completed the 8.5-mile Great Midland Fun Run for the Donna Louise Trust in memory of his daughter Lucy.

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  8. They have qualified in dressage, show jumping and the countryside challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 16 | Burton Mail

    Riders from a riding school for the disabled in South Derbyshire are preparing to saddle for in a national competition next month. Scropton Riding for the Disabled will this year be sending eight riders to the finals of the RDA National Championships.

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  9. Scropton Riding for the Disabled prepares to send riders to national horse competitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 16 | Ashbourne News Telegraph

    Riders from a riding school for the disabled in South Derbyshire are preparing to saddle for in a national competition next month. Scropton Riding for the Disabled will this year be sending eight riders to the finals of the RDA National Championships.

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  10. Investigations are being made into agreements made on the longevity...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 15 | Burton Mail

    District council bosses have confirmed that they hope to talk directly to contractors about the "poor condition" of paving on The Delph, in Swadlincote . Shoppers have criticised the paving in the town centre of Swadlincote which has seen cracks appear and areas start to pull apart.

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  11. Shoppers in Swadlincote criticise state of paving on The DelphRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 15 | This is Derbyshire

    District council bosses have confirmed that they hope to talk directly to contractors about the "poor condition" of paving on The Delph, in Swadlincote . Shoppers have criticised the paving in the town centre of Swadlincote which has seen cracks appear and areas start to pull apart.

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  12. 13 enchanting National Trust days out within an hour's drive of LeicesterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 15 | This Is Leicestershire

    Here's our pick of some of the best within an hour of the city - let us know your favourite with a comment! What is it? Part of the ancient forest of Charnwood, Ulverscroft is especially beautiful during the spring bluebell season. The site, maintained by Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust, includes heathland and woodland habitats.

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  13. Burton and South Derbyshire College beauty patron and St Tropez founder awarded MBERead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 15 | Burton Mail

    A Burton and South Derbyshire College patron has been awarded a coveted MBE in the Queen's birthday honours list. Fellow and patron of hair and beauty Judy Naak , who is the founder of the well-known beauty business St Tropez, has been recognised as an outstanding entrepreneur.

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  14. Historic Swadlincote mansion is now lost foreverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 14 | Burton Mail

    The land, off Newhall Road, has been cleared in preparation for 13 bungalows which will be known as Eureka Lodge Gardens following a Burton Mail competition. The new photographs show the end of the line for the historic property, which was once the home of famed industrialist John Wragg, who ran both pottery kilns and pipeworks in the town.

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  15. Man charged following alleged armed robberyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 14 | Ashbourne News Telegraph

    A 38-year-old Long Eaton man has been charged with robbery, attempted robbery and two firearms offences following an alleged armed robbery in Borrowash. Ian Watson, of Knightsyard Court, Long Eaton , was charged with the offences in connection with the alleged robbery of a Post Office on June 6. He has also been charged with an alleged attempted robbery at the Mahal Convenience Store in Trowell Road, Wollaton, Nottingham, as well as two offences of possession of a firearm.

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  16. Rolls-Royce set to shed 4,600 jobs, with a third of these expected to go by the end of the yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 14 | Burton Mail

    Thousands of jobs are set to be cut at Rolls-Royce, it has been confirmed as bosses look at a major restructuring of its business. Speculation has been growing this week that the engineering giant, which is Derby's largest private sector employer with around 14,000 staff, including workers from Burton and South Derbyshire, was poised to cut thousands of staff from its global workforce of 50,000.

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  17. This is how and where you can watch all the key matches during the tournamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 11 | Burton Mail

    The footballing world is gearing up for the pinnacle of the sport's competition - the 2018 World Cup when millions of fans around the world will be sharing very high and the lows with their team. A total of 32 sides will line up hoping to land the coveted Jules Rimet trophy and the accolade of being the best in the world.

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  18. South Derbyshire man who turns 100 this week is finally ready to give up his driving licenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 10 | Burton Mail

    A Willington man who will celebrate his 100th birthday next week says he is finally ready to give up his driving licence after more than 80 years behind the wheel. Frank Proffitt passed his driving test in 1937, just two years after it had been made compulsory.

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  19. Willington Raft Race expecting to see hundreds lining the River Trent for annual eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 9 | Burton Mail

    Hundreds of people are expected to line the banks of the River Trent to gather for the annual Willington Raft Race. The time-honoured tradition on Saturday will see dozens of teams from across South Derbyshire and further afield keep the event afloat for another year with a raft of support.

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  20. Edwina Currie's choir ensemble is ordered to pay A 8,000 to director they forced outRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 9 | Daily Mail

    Edwina Currie's choir ensemble is ordered to pay A 8,000 to director they forced out by changing the locks on him In recent years the Tideswell Male Voice Choir has even played sell-out concerts with Aled Jones and the chart-topping Military Wives Choir, raising thousands of pounds for charity. But under the presidency of former Tory minister and local celebrity Edwina Currie, the once merry ensemble has been plunged into discord.

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