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From: Roger Marsh <>
Subject: ‘The North Derbyshire Family & Local History Fair’
Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005 12:15:30 +0200 (CEST)

Dear Listers

BBC Radio Sheffield are to present ‘The North Derbyshire Family & Local History Fair’ On Saturday, October 15, 2005 between 10.00 am - 4.00 pm at ‘The Winding Wheel’, Chesterfield.
Tracing Your Ancestors?
Researching Your Local History?
You're invited to a day of Exhibitions, Workshops, Demonstrations and Entertainment Courtesy of:
Derbyshire Local History Groups, Derbyshire Libraries, Derbyshire Victoria County History Society, Chesterfield Museum, Picture the Past and many more... there will be over 35 organisations presenting the local and family history of Derbyshire.
Light refreshments will be available to purchase.
'Live' Broadcasting by BBC Radio Sheffield
Entry to this event is free.
For more information regarding this event phone 0114 267 5444
The BBC have extended special thanks to Chesterfield Borough Council for it's kind assistance in the organisation of this event.

‘The Winding Wheel’, for people who do not know it, is a grade 2 listed building situated on Holywell Street on the edge of Chesterfield town centre, on close to St. Mary’s Church with the famous crooked spire. A former cinema the Winding Wheel was restored in the late 1980s by Chesterfield Borough Council to provide a much needed multi purpose venue. The Venue which is available for both professional and amateur Concerts, Exhibitions, Conferences, Dinners, Family Parties, Dances, Banquets, Wedding Receptions, Meetings, Product Launches and Lectures. The History Fair will take place in, the Main Hall on the ground floor, which holds up to 1000 people, and the Function Room on the first floor holding up to 120.

A town map showing the location of ‘The Winding Wheel’ can be found by logging on to www.chesterfieldbc.gov.uk and down loading the town map.

If you are in the area on October 15, 2005 we hope to see you there.

Best Regards
Roger Marsh

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