Saturday 4th October

Brampton Food Market
10am to 1.30pm
The Mayor Alexis Diouf and his wife Vickey-Anne will be
blowing out the candles on the 3rd birthday cake for the
Brampton Food Market. Come and enjoy the atmosphere,
buy local fresh produce, fair-trade goods and other offerings.
The coffee bar will be open from 10am to 2pm.
St Thomas’ Centre Contact: 01246 566257.

Apple Pressing at Brampton Food Fair
10am to 1.30pm
Taste the abundance of Autumn with Transition Chesterfield
at Brampton Food Fair. The group will be pressing apples
collected in their Abundance campaign to make freshly
pressed apple juice. Have a free taste, or add your apples to
the community mix. Contact: Transition Chesterfield on
01246 239289 or

Seed Swap at Brampton Food Fair
10am to 1.30pm
Bring your own vegetable, fruit and flower seeds along to
the Seed Swap. An excellent way to get unusual and hard to
find varieties or to extend the variety of vegetables you grow.
Contact: Transition Chesterfield on 01246 239289 or

Food Bank Collection and Space for Reflection
10am to 1.30pm
St Thomas’ is accepting food donations for the Chesterfield
Food Bank (collection point at the back of the church). The
church is open as a quiet space for reflection, why not leave
a prayer request for church members to pray for you or your
situation. Contact: 07974831274 or

Free Tastings At Café Aroma
10am to 4pm
Teresa Lambarelli’s award winning products are available for
free tastings all day. At lunchtime special pasta dishes will be
available on the menu to enjoy with a glass of wine or
prosecco. Contact: 07727 618741 or 01246 555516 or

Ciao Gelato (Hello Ice Cream)
10.30am to 4.30pm
Come and sample an array of award winning Italian ice
creams made locally by Fredericks of Chesterfield. Flavours
include Chesterfield Pomegranate, Bakewell Pudding,
Pistachio Nocciola, Original 1878 and many more. Van
opposite Select Interiors, 177 Chatsworth Road.

Brampton‘s Busking Buzz
Starts 11am
Launching the festival with live music on the pavements of
Chatsworth Road. Confirmed so far is an eclectic mix,
including Gaz Simmonds, Songsmiths (Neil and Julie Smith),
Blue Rooster, Nick Akester, Curtis Roberts (the human
beatboxer) and Arjays….
Enjoy a musical meander – there will be six busk stops along
Chatsworth Road from Lidl to the St Thomas’ Church
Centre – with the final music stop at the Food Fair.

11am to 2pm
Peppa, the best loved children’s character, will be visiting
POOKY . Peppa merchandise for sale, fun & games, face
painting and glitter tattoos . Contact: 01246 231400 or

How To Throw A Pot
11am to 3pm
Call into this free event at 140 Chatsworth Road to watch
the skill of the potter transform a lump of clay into a thing of
beauty. Contact: 01246 555461 or

‘Mum to Be’ Pampering Demonstration by The
Therapy Lounge
12pm to 2pm
Carly Smith, from The Therapy Lounge in Hasland will be
presenting a range of products and treatments especially
developed for pregnancy, new mums and babies. Carly will
give demonstrations and answer any questions you have.
Contact Giraffe Nursery Store on: 01246 277088 or

Free Trial Music Lessons @ Palfreymans
1 to 3pm
Try your hand on the keyboard, guitar, bass, drums and give
singing a go. Palfreyman will be offering free trial lessons.
Palfreymans Music LTD. Contact: 01246 271737 or

Fun Dog Agility Afternoon
1 to 4pm
A fun event for all dogs, from Daschunds to Great Danes!
Join us at Manor Fields, off Ashgate Avenue, S40 1JB. Cost:
£1 a round and a rosette for every clear round. Homemade
cakes, biscuits and drinks will be available. Manor Fields
Association. Contact: 07799 870915 or

Birdbox Building Workshop
1.30 to 3.30pm
Build a birdbox with Friends of the Inkerman. £2 per box at
Inkerman Park. Friends of the Inkerman. Contact: 01246
520820 or

Harvest Time Quiz
7 to 9pm’ish
Come and take part in this general knowledge quiz at Storrs
Road Methodist Church. Teams of up to four players are
welcome and we ask players to contribute food for the
‘Bring & Share’ Supper. There will be a prize for the winning
team. Donations of £3 per person, with proceeds to
Christian Aid. Contact: 01246 279132

Autumn Ceilidh
7.30 to 10.30pm
A rollicking, foot-tapping start to the 2014 festival. Come
and dance your socks off with the fabulous Brampton
Community Band. Tickets £7.50/£5 includes a chip butty.
Bring your own drinks. Tickets available from 01246
236805, and Created Gallery. At Old
Hall Junior School, Old Road, S40.

Pasta & Prosecco Evening
7.30pm till late
A fantastic Italian evening upstairs at Café Aroma. Enjoy
pasta and Prosecco or wine listening to live Italian music
from John Pickering to create the perfect atmosphere. For
bookings call Teresa Lambarelli 07727618741 or 01246
555516 Teresa Lambarelli’s Cafe Aroma

Rob Pilmore At The Barrel
Starts 9pm
The Barrel presents Rob Pilmore, acoustic singer song writer
doing his own material and covers. Also featuring a Charity
raffle for local cancer support charity Nenna Kind.