Belper, England Newswire

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  1. Town wins East Mids in BlooomRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Harborough Today

    Blooming brilliant! Market Harborough has won the first prize in the East Midlands in Bloom competition this afternoon for the first time in nearly a decade! Buxton has been banished and Belper beaten, to give Market Harborough its first outright category win in the Large Towns section since 2005. The official RHS report on Market Harborough's winning entry stated: "The judges were treated to an excellent tour, showcasing many areas of this historic town.

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  2. 1914: Wounded soldier carried homeRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Ashbourne News Telegraph

    The Ashbourne News Telegraph steps back 100 years to examine how the paper reported the First World War at the time. The fascinating insights into the news of that era is being compiled by De Montfort University senior lecturer David Penman, who lives in Belper.

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  3. Launch event signals start of walks festivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Belper News

    Opening ceremony at Shipley Country Park for Autumn Footprints Festival, opened by Cllr Kewal Singh Athwall, Cllr Joan Dixon, Cllr Angela Walker, Cllr John Walker and Marion Farrell of Groundwork. The annual Autumn Footprints Amber Valley & Erewash Walking Festival, set in the heart of Derbyshire is in full swing after the festival was launched last weekend.

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  4. New job adds up for SusanRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Belper News

    A former top accountant has hung-up her calculator to launch a new domestic services firm for people in Belper. Among the firms on her CV were KPMG, the NHS and Co-operative Group, as well as being head of finance at MHA Care Group.

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  5. Pub hit by kitchen blaze set to relaunch after refurbishmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Belper News

    A Belper pub whose kitchen was gutted during a fire is set to start serving food again this weekend after a major refurbishment. A Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman said the incident was a chip pan fire in an outbuilding at the premises.

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  6. Caravan blaze is 'suspicious'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Belper News

    The caravan was parked at a property in Hayfield Close, Belper when it caught fire at about 2am on Wednesday, September 10. A joint investigation was carried out by Derbyshire Fire and Rescue and the incident is now being treated as arson. Police want to hear from anyone who saw suspicious activity in the area around the time or might know the people responsible.

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  7. Police appeal as concerns grow for missing Belper manRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Belper News

    Peter Kearney, 53, was last seen on High Street, Belper on Tuesday, September 2.He is thought to have travelled to Derby as he has connections in the area, according to police. A spokesman for Derbyshire police said: "He is described as white, 5ft 5ins tall, of a slim build and has a dark complexion.

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  8. New displays for Langley Mill stationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Ripley and Heanor News

    Passengers using rail stations, including Langley Mill, will soon be able to use new high-tech customer information displays supplied. New displays are being a installed at stations operated by East Midlands Trains, including Langley Mill, Belper, a Chesterfield and Derby.

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  9. Jennifer's river walk to fund India poverty missionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 12 | Belper News

    A Belper girl is walking the length of the River Derwent over three days this September, to support a project that tackles poverty in India. The 22-year-old will team up with Indian volunteers to tackle some of the problems facing the local community, after getting a place on the Government funded International Citizen Service .

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  10. Woman facing murder charge is due in courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Belper News

    PIctured is Sandra Bainbridge From: Wright, Joanne, 16082 Subject: Police release name and photo of Belper murder victim Police investigating the murder of a woman in Belper have released the name and a photograph of the victim. Sandra Bainbridge was found dead at her home on Tuesday, December 10. Officers were called to 47 Short Row, Belper, at around 11pm and found the victim at the address.

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  11. Belper MP: Cancer diagnosis needs to improveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Belper News

    Mid-Derbyshire MP, Pauline Latham, has highlighted the importance of improving earlier cancer diagnosis as a means of increasing one-year cancer survival. She said: "We know that early diagnosis of cancer leads to better survival rates for patients.

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  12. Anthrax fears to be probedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Belper News

    File photo dated 08/01/09 of houses in Newcastle. Figures being released later today are expected to show a sharp rise in the number of people who lost their homes in the second quarter of the year.

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  13. Scott and Dutton on target but Aztecs bow to the ColtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Ashbourne News Telegraph

    The Colts established a 2-0 lead by the interval but after the break the Aztecs increased the tempo and got on the scoresheet thanks to Liam Scott, who drove in a long-range shot which the keeper could not hold. Yet the Aztecs' heads never went down and Josh Dutton scored their second to set up a grandstand finish, with Wirksworth holding on for the win.

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  14. Powerline burnt in WhatstandwellRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 9 | Belper News

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  15. COLUMN: Mystery over Belper's former manor houseRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 9, 2014 | Belper News

    Two weekends packed with history are coming up: September 13 and 14 at No 28 Market Place and September 21 at Strutt's North Mill. Historians have puzzled over its whereabouts; a number of possible sites have been suggested but so far nothing of significance has been found.

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  16. Find out where speed cameras will be located across Derbyshire this weekRead the original story

    Aug 9, 2014 | Belper News

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  17. Tributes paid to stabbed student NeilRead the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2014 | Ripley and Heanor News

    Undated handout photo issued by Derbyshire Police of Neil Dalton, 22, from Ambergate, in Derbyshire, who along with Aidan Brunger, 22, of Kent, were killed after a row in a bar, while working at a hospital in Kuching on August 6, as an inquest into the deaths of the two medical students stabbed in Borneo is due to be held today. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo.

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  18. Pulsating spheres to surge down riverRead the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2014 | Belper News

    Hundreds of lights are set to float down the River Derwent in Belper next month as part of an ambitious arts project. The flotilla of pulsating digital spheres will travel past Belper mills and onwards in October during the Derwent Pulse project.

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  19. Best foot forward as 16 day walking festival beginsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2014 | Belper News

    Ramblers are being encouraged to pull on their boots for a festival featuring 40 guided walks which gets underway next week. The Autumn Footprints Amber Valley & Erewash Walking Festival will launch on Saturday, September 13 during an event at Shipley Country Park at 10am.

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  20. Remembering the rein of the RockavonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 9, 2014 | Belper News

    Belper group the Rockavons rubbed shoulders with some of the most popular groups of their age - sharing the bill with the likes of The Moody Blues and The Mersey Beats. Pictured here circa 1965 the line-up comprised of Dennis Froggatt, bass; Graham Meakin, guitar; Tony Simmons, guitar; Alan Toft, singer and Mick Burrel, drummer at the front.

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