Sunday 12th October

 

Oaktoberfest

Midday to 11pm

Try our famous hot dogs with a continental twist washed

down with a two pint stein of beer. Live music from 3pm

with ‘Two’s a Crowd’. Contact: 01246 205015 or

royaloakbrampton@hotmail.com.

http://www.theroyaloakbrampton.com.

 

Design, Draw & Create Workshop

1 to 4.15pm

Come to an afternoon of hands on creative workshops with

professional artists who will share their inspiration and

techniques with you. All abilities welcome. Age 16+, choose

two activities from: ceramic tiles, textiles, print or collage.

£8pp, pre booking essential. Local Chesterfield Artists.

Contact Clare on: 07921770036 or clare@claregage.com.

 

WW1 Commemorative Walk

2 to 3.30pm

This WW1 commemorative Walk will take you to various

places of local interest and connection with WW1 families.

Starting at St Thomas’ Church, walking to Storrs Road and

back, finishing at the War Memorial in front of the church. St

Thomas’ Church. Contact: 07974 831274.

http://www.st-thomas-brampton.org

 

Live music – Schrodinger’s Strings

4 to 6pm

Schrodinger’s Strings (comprising two harpists and a

guitarist) perform live at the Barlow Brewery Tap House.

Covers range from Deep Purple to the Verve, Foo Fighters,

Coldplay, Metallica, Iron Maiden and Procul Harum – as

you’ve never heard them before! Contact: Barlow Brewery

Tap House on 07915393082 or glyn@barlowbrewery.co.uk.

http://www.barlowbrewery.co.uk

 

Festival Finale Chill Out at The Victoria

6 to-8pm

Local singer Gaz Simmonds – a real up and coming talent

provides some great Sunday tea-time entertainment to end

the festival on a high.

The Victoria Inn, Victoria Street Brampton.

Contact: 01246 273832.

 

Capturing Derbyshire – a photographic exhibition

6 to 6.30pm, 7.15 to 8pm

Photographer Steve Mellor will exhibit work on the theme –

‘Capturing Derbyshire- a county throughout the Seasons’.

Prints and a 2015 calendar will be available to order at The

Gospel Mission Church. Limited parking.

 

The Chatsworth Road Festival Celebration

Service

6.30 to 7.15pm

A service of thanksgiving for the Festival. There will be a light

buffet afterwards and a chance to see an exhibition of

photography by Steve Mellor: ‘Capturing Derbyshire’.

Limited parking (roadside parking on Old Road, Chatsworth

Rd. and Brocklehurst Piece). The Gospel Mission

Congregational Church gospelmissionuk@aol.com

 

Bacchus Night @ Nonsolovino

7pm Start

A white dress code evening to close the festival. A great

celebration of Bacchus and ancient Rome with a classic

Italian Aperitivo and Live Music in our upstairs lounge area.

417 Chatsworth Road. Call to book: 01246 276760

http://www.nonsolovino.co.uk

 

Poems And Pints

7 to 9pm

A fun filled evening of poems, prose and (of course) pints of

real ale and cider at Chesterfield’s first Micropub, featuring

humour, sentiment and events in life. Free cheese and

biscuits will be available. Contact: Chesterfield Alehouse on

0796 6058616 or chesterfieldalehouse@gmail.com.

http://www.chesterfieldalehouse.co.uk