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Farmer’s Daughter booked for Rotary birthday celebration

A Derbyshire hill farmer’s daughter is set to entertain guests at a special 95th birthday celebration with hilarious tales about growing up in the countryside. 

Having been raised on a hill farm in the Derbyshire High Peak, Lydia Slack has now become a highly-rated public speaker and shares her character-building experiences to audiences all over the country at lunches, dinners, and conferences. She will be the guest speaker when the Rotary Club of Chesterfield celebrates its birthday, which is the 95th year since the club receiving its inaugural charter in 1922. 

The five course anniversary luncheon is being held at Ringwood Hall Hotel on Sunday 5 November 2017 (12.30pm for 1.00pm), and guests are welcome to attend. To book a place contact Mike Cudzich-Madry on 01246 450179 or 07832 130 511.

 

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Recognition for Rotary’s new Satellite Club

Members of the recently formed Rotary Satellite Club of Chesterfield have significantly contributed to a prestigious award presented each year to only one club in Rotary District 1220, which covers 69 Rotary clubs throughout Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, South Yorkshire and parts of Lincolnshire. The Gordon Taylor Trophy for the Best Club in District 1220 has been presented to Chesterfield Rotary Club by District Governor Michael Longdon, not only for its varied programme of charitable events, but mainly for being the first club to set up a thriving satellite club of busy younger business people in the town. Chesterfield president Peter Barr shared the success with satellite club members at their July monthly meeting held at Brampton Manor. For more details about the Rotary Satellite Club of Chesterfield contact secretary Rachel Trueman 07792 719 238.

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Ashover Classic Car & Bike Show 2017

There was another good attendance for this year’s Ashover Classic Car & Bike Show held at Rectory Fields, Ashover, on Sunday 23 July 2017. Hundreds turned out for the show which is organised jointly by the Rotary Club’s of Chesterfield, Chesterfield Scarsdale, Clay Cross and Matlock.  The event raises thousands for local charities. 

Best car was a 1935 Derby Bentley Park Ward Drophead 3 1/2 litre owned by John Wilkes from Wingerworth.  Best bike was a 1937 1000cc Ariel Square Four owned by Peter Kirkman from Matlock.

Trophies were presented to the two winners by Clay Cross Rotary president Sally Jackson.  Rotary wishes to thank everyone who supported the event.

 

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Chesterfield receives ‘Best all-round club’ award

The Rotary Club of Chesterfield has been adjudged the best all-round club, out of 69 Rotary clubs in the district covering Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, South Yorkshire, and parts of Lincolnshire, for Rotary Year 2016-17.

The Gordon Taylor Trophy for the Best Club in District 1220 was presented by district governor Michael Longdon on his official visit to the Chesterfield Rotary club on Friday 7 July 2017.

This prestigious award not only recognises the club’s varied programme of charitable community projects for both young and old, but success in promoting Rotary’s aims by the innovative setting up of an associated satellite club for busy younger business people in the Chesterfield area – the first such club in District 1220.

The Rotary Satellite Club of Chesterfield with fifteen founder members is chaired by local independent financial adviser, Peter Blant, and meets monthly at Brampton Manor. Ring 07977 730 354 for details of satellite club membership.

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Ashover Classic Car & Bike Show – Sunday 23 July 2017

Ashover Classic Car & Bike Show – Sunday 23 July 2017

Local charities are once again set to benefit when hundreds of classic cars and bikes turn up at the picturesque Ashover Show Ground, near Chesterfield, for an all-day rally, which is expected to raise thousands of pounds for local charities.

Believed to be the East Midlands’ best Classic Car & Bike Show of the year, it runs from 10.00am to 4.00pm on Sunday 23 July 2017.  It will be attended by enthusiasts from all over the region and is expected to include classic cars, bikes and scooters from all eras.

Organised jointly for the seventh year running by the Rotary Clubs of Chesterfield, Chesterfield Scarsdale, Clay Cross and Matlock this annual charity event has now raised a total of over £70,000 for local charities.

There will be attractions for all the family, with a variety of refreshment stands and licensed bars. There is also musical entertainment and displays in the main event arena, kids rides, and a large side show with Autojumble and an Arts and Craft Fair.

This year, specialists from event partner H&H Classics, Europe’s largest specialist classic vehicle auction house will be in attendance at the show. The H&H team, in association with the UK’s specialist insurance and valuation expert for classic cars, Hagerty International, will be able to discuss just about everything to do with the cars from condition, history and a general idea of what it might be worth. If required they can also put owners in touch with Hagerty International for a formal valuation.

For more information about H&H Classics go to www.handh.co.uk or to discuss anything specific contact Laurence Houlden on 07968 195 703 or email laurence.houlden@handh.co.uk

Stuart Bradley from the organising committee, said: “This annual event has proved very popular with classic car and bike enthusiasts because of its ideal location in the Derbyshire countryside in the lovely village of Ashover

Entry for exhibitors is £5 per classic car/bike to include two adults. Public car parking is free, admission: £5 per person (under 12s go free, but must be accompanied by an adult).

The Ashover Show Ground is located at Rectory Fields, Milken Lane, Ashover, S45 0BA

The main sponsor of this charity event is Stoneacre, one of the most successful and fastest growing motor groups in the UK. Other sponsors include:- JCT600 (Mecedes Benz Chesterfield), The Van Yard, PCS Motor Factors, BRM Solicitors, Sally Botham Estates, Saxton Mee, Bothams Mitchell Slaney, Stuart Bradley Jewellers.

For more details of this great day out for all the family go to www.ashoverclassics.co.uk or email info@ashoverclassics.co.uk

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Club holds its 20th Car Show on 2nd July at Wortley Hall

Club holds its 20th Car Show on 2nd July at Wortley Hall

The Rotary Club of Wortley will be holding it’s 20th anniversary Classic and Vintage Car Show on Sunday 2nd July at the Wortley Hall Hotel, Sheffield.

Over 100 vehicles will be on show in the beautiful grounds of the estate together with craft and charity stalls and lots for the children to do. A strollling jazz band will entertain and, subject to weather there will be a fly past of a 1940’s Tiger Moth.

The event opens to the public at 12 noon with admission charged at £4 per adult and £1 for children. Late entries to the show will be accepted up to 11.30 on the day.

Proceeds from the event will go to Sheffield Children’s Hospital and other local charities.

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Free Valuations at Charity Classic Car and Bike Show 2017

Free Valuations at Charity Classic Car and Bike Show 2017

Hundreds of classic cars and bikes from all eras will once again be converging on picturesque Renishaw Hall, Eckington, near Chesterfield (S21 3WB), on Wednesday 14 June 2017, for one of the region’s biggest classic car and bike shows.

Organised each year by the Rotary Club of Chesterfield, the event is set to raise thousands of pounds for four local charities, Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, Chesterfield’s Ashgate Hospicecare, Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity, and new this year for the first time, Sheffield Children’s Hospital.

The rally attended by enthusiasts from all over the area is open from 3.00pm until 8.00pm, no pre-booking required.

Main organiser, Alan Clarke of Chesterfield Rotary Club, said: “Renishaw Hall is the perfect venue for this charitable event which we have run successfully for several years now to provide much-needed financial support for these key local charities.”

He added “We are delighted that, for the second year running, we are being supported in the running of the event by members of our new Rotary Satellite Club of Chesterfield, which meets monthly for busy younger professionals in the Chesterfield area.

There will be a variety of stalls and amusements, plus refreshments and bar will also be available. Admission is £5 for show cars and bikes, £10 visitors’ cars (passengers free), pedestrians £3. For more information please contact main organiser Alan Clarke on 01246 811616 or mobile 07875 958 337..

The main sponsor of this charity event is Stoneacre, one of the most successful and fastest growing motor groups in the UK. Other sponsors include:- JCT600 (Mecedes Benz Chesterfield), The Van Yard, PCS Motor Factors, BRM Solicitors, Stuart Bradley Jewellers.

FREE VALUATIONS

There is a unique opportunity for motor enthusiasts from across the region displaying their classic cars at this year’s Eckington Classic Car and Bike Show. For the very first-time owners can find out how much their pride and joy is worth.

This year, specialists from event partner H&H Classics, Europe’s largest specialist classic vehicle auction house will be in attendance at the show. The H&H team, in association with the UK’s specialist insurance and valuation expert for classic cars, Hagerty International, will be able to discuss just about everything to do with the cars from condition, history and a general idea of what it might be worth. If required they can also put owners in touch with Hagerty International for a formal valuation.

For more information about H&H Classics go to www.handh.co.uk or to discuss anything specific contact Laurence Houlden on 07968 195 703 or email laurence.houlden@handh.co.uk

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Cromford Classic Car & Bike Show 2017

 

Held on Sunday 18th June 2017 at Cromford Meadows, the show is held by Matlock Rotary Club in conjunction with Matlock Rugby Club.

It is a beautiful setting near the historic Arkwright Mills and picturesque Cromford Canal.

Open 10.00am to 4.00pm. Refreshments, auto jumble, craft & art stalls, children’s rides.

The Rugby Club Bar is open during the show.

Entry is £5.00 per exhibiting car, including driver and 1 passenger, public price £5.00 per adult with under 12s free, ample free parking.

Proceeds for Local Charities and the Rugby Club.

More details on www.cromfordclassics.co.uk.

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Sheffield Motor Show June 3rd and 4th

Sheffield Vulcan RC are holding their annual motor show in Sheffield City Centre on Saturday June 3, 9-00 to 5-00 and Sunday June 4th  9-00 to 4-00.

As well as 53 cars from 11 manufacturers, there will be a Fire Appliance, Edale Mountain Rescue Vehicle, IAM, Sheffield College Motor Vehicle apprentices, one or two older cars and a TUK TUK.

It is also hoped that The Red Arrows or an aircraft from BBMF will fly over (details to be announced later). This is a free event on the City Centre Pedestrian Precincts.

Seven local charities and Rotary will benefit from this event.

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