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Baslow Car Show 7 July

Baslow St Anne’s PTFA has organised the Baslow Car Show, which will take place at the Baslow Sports Field on Sunday 7 July from 1-5pm. It’s free entry to the event, during which there will be entertainment for the whole family: Licensed bar BBQ Live music Stalls Fun for the kids Giant inflatables Games Contact […]

Baslow Village Hall

Baslow Village Hall’s events

Another new event for 2024 is coming to Baslow Village Hall in the form of their Charity Craft Markets. The events will be hosted by Cool & Quirky Events and all proceeds go to charity. The May event will be going to the RSPCA. Please come along and see us on the day, it’s going […]

Dog & Classic Tractor Show 5 May

Baslow St Anne’s School PTFA is proud to present the Baslow Dog & Classic Tractor Show, which will take place on Sunday 5 May from 1-5pm, at the Baslow Sports Field. Dogs to be at the arena by 3pm; ¬£1 per dog entered into the show. During the event there will be: BBQ Bar Petting […]

Chatsworth Tours

A message from Graham who runs the Baslow Environment Group: Hi everyone Just a note to say there are still places available on both Chatsworth tours. This is a unique opportunity for everyone interested in practical work to transform and create habitats and encourage wildlife. We’re looking to create a range of projects for all […]

Baslow Environment Group

Here is an update report from Graham of Baslow Environment Group How are we doing? Well I think we‚Äôve come a long way since our first meeting in October. We now have 50 people on the mailing list and great attendance at the four meetings we’ve had so far. ‚Ä®‚Ä®The land theme has three areas […]

Get your skates on

Clare Whalley, the duty manager at The Prince of Wales in Baslow, is also captain of Team Icicles Senior ‚Äď a synchronised skating team based at the National Ice Centre, Nottingham. Clare has now reached TEAM GB Performance level in a second skating discipline after being there as an ice dancer. As a member of […]

BECT needs you

Bakewell & Eyam Community Transport (BECT) is now recruiting for new Trustees. If you’re interested in becoming a Trustee for this local charity that provides essential transport services to a wide range of people, the deadline is Wednesday 31 January 2024. The application pack can be seen HERE. About Bakewell & Eyam Community Transport Bakewell […]

Baslow Bolt 2023 report

We’re delighted to share the post-race statement, issued by the organisers of Baslow Bolt: The 2023 Baslow Bolt fell race was the biggest yet ‚Äď with an entry limit raised to 400 places this year we saw 336 set off on the morning of 25th November along the 12km route. The morning was bright and […]

Comedy Village’s charity auction

At the recent Comedy Village, the regular comedy event that takes place at the village hall in Baslow, organiser Rob Rouse held a charity auction to raise much-needed funds for Baslow Village Hall, which was affected by the recent storm. Alison Haynes, secretary at the village hall, issued the following statement: It was a great […]

Open Gardens 15 July

The Open Gardens at Curbar, Calver and Froggatt will take place on Saturday 15 July from 11am-4pm. You can explore a variety of beautiful, hidden gardens around the three villages, where refreshments will also be available. Tickets are ¬£5 per person and available from the village hall and individual gardens; this is a fundraising event […]

Plant sale 13 May

On Saturday 13 May, running from 10am to 1pm, the Baslow Garden Society is holding a plant sale on the village green in Baslow. There will be plants from local gardeners, along with Millthorpe and Bradders Nurseries, and willow sculptures. If it is wet, we will hold the event inside Baslow Village Hall. Payment: Cash […]

Coffee morning 13 May

From 10am until midday on Saturday 13 May at Baslow Village Hall, there will be a fundraising coffee morning. This event will take place in conjunction with the Garden Society’s plant sale. Whatever the weather the team at the village hall will be serving hot drinks and biscuits inside the hall (at a very modest […]

Family picnic 20 May

This year, the Baslow Community Orchard Group is holding a Family Picnic at the orchard on Saturday 20 May from 12 midday. Although the orchard is an attractive village amenity, it is not widely used except for the annual Apple Day in October. In May, it should be especially attractive with the trees in full […]

Baslow WI fashion show

Baslow WI cordially invites you to fashion show, which will take place on Monday 13 March at the Baslow Village Hall from 7.30pm. Tickets are ¬£10 and available from Baslow WI and Blanc & Blanc Occasions in Chesterfield, or you can reserve your tickets by email: baslowwi@dfwi.co.uk. Tickets include a welcome drink and interval refreshments. […]

Baroque & Beyond

St Anne’s Church, Baslow will be hosting Baroque & Beyond on Saturday 11 February from 2.30-4.30pm. This will be a delightful concert using baroque instruments and accompanied by anecdotes about the music of the time. This is highly recommended and costs just ¬£10 on the door (¬£7 for those aged 60 or over). Tickets also […]

Calling all 4-6-year-olds

The Chatsworth Scout Group is setting up a new group for 4-6-year-olds called Squirrels. They are also keen to encourage members to join Beavers (6-8-year-olds) and if anyone would like to volunteer, please make contact to support the group. More details can be found at chatsworthscouts.org.uk or by sending a text to: 07429 558237.

The Anne Robson Helpline

At the Anne Robson Trust they are there to listen to anyone who faces dying or the imminent death of someone they care about. They know that facing the end of life can leave people feeling isolated and alone. Being able to access support is so important. Gaining knowledge of what may happen towards the […]

Repair Cafe needs you

St Anne’s Church Baslow is exploring the feasibility of setting up a repair cafe in Baslow. The Repair Cafe concept is a tried-and-tested model, which uses the skills existing within a community to repair items that are broken, but fixable. It brings people together, creates social capital and stops perfectly good things going to landfill. […]

councillor Susan Hobson

Cllr Susan Hobson’s update

Susan Hobson, Councillor for the Derwent Valley Division has written an open letter to local residents with an update on her recent activity. Dear Resident As I type this update on the situation in Ukraine it is very worrying, but local people are already working tirelessly to support those affected by the war. Darley Dale […]

Baslow Charities’ update

Baslow School and Curbar School have both received cheques for ¬£247.60, which is part of a tradition dating back over 300 years, as David Dalrymple-Smith. In the early 1600s a small endowed school was started at Stanton Ford, giving a free basic education to 10 children, four from Baslow and Bubnell, and two each from […]

EGM 2 August 2021

The Trustees of Baslow Village Hall have called an¬†Extraordinary General Meeting, which will take palce as follows: Date: Monday 2 August 2021 Time: 7.30 pm Venue: Baslow Village Hall¬† Everyone is welcome to attend. This will be a short meeting to pass the following resolutions:¬† Election of new Chairman¬† Mr Richard Plumb, Baslow resident, has […]

Baslow Village Hall needs you

The Trustees of Baslow Village Hall have vacancies for a Chairman and a Marketing Trustee, which need to be filled as a matter of urgency. The election of these new roles will take place at the village hall at the 14 June 2021, during the organisation’s AGM. For further information, copies of the Roles and […]

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