Events – Sunday 4th October 2015

Festival Sunday ‘Special Opening’ 8am to 1:30pm (11.30am-1.30am for pre-booked take-away Sunday lunches) Open especially for Festival Sunday for our hot breakfast menu, Location: Harriets – Butties Bakes and Cakes [Was The Butty Box] 243 C’Worth Rd. Contact: Phyllis 07553 347475 • info@harrietscakes.co.uk

Japanese Bag / Make a Box 9.30am to 12.30pm & 1pm to 4pm Intro to various techniques. Fabric can be purchased from us/bring your own lightweight cotton/heavier fabric for cushions. £20 Booking necessary. Location: The Studio, 667 C’Wrth Rd. T:566739 • susannehaywoodquilts.co.uk

Posture Issues?  Discover the Alexander Technique 10am to Noon Whether you sit at a desk, drive, are active or sedentary your posture may have developed ‘bad habits’ which could affect your health, moods or comfort levels. Discover through our taster session & informal chat how the Alexander Technique can help. Location: Brampton Therapy Centre, 349 C’worth Road, S40 2BZ. See Sat 2pm for details.

Bowls – ‘Spire Cars’ Festival Bowls Tournament 10:30am & 12:30am Semi-Finals – 2:30pm FINAL four local Bowls Clubs – The Terminus, Boythorpe, Britannia and Robinsons – will compete to become the ‘Spire Cars’ Bowls Champions 2015. Watch them do battle! Final followed by trophy presentation. Location: The Britannia.

Hairstyling for Dads 11am 1pm Workshop learning tips & tricks for successful styling of your daughter’s hair. Come alone or with your daughter. Free, max 6 places, booking essential. Location: Live, Laugh and Love, 65 C’Wrth Rd. Contact: 07847 941248 • lllwithjd@gmail.comwww.livelaughandlovewithjuliedrury.co.uk

Lazy Sunday Shopping 11am to 2pm We are open for shopping, pottery painting and movie madness with FREE popcorn.  Visit www.pookykids.co.uk for more information nearer the time. Location: POOKYKIDS, 288 C’Worth Rd. Contact: 231400  pookyactive@live.co.uk

Free Goody Bags; Samples and Vouchers 11am to 3pm FREE Goody bags, with a selection of delicious food samples and vouchers.  Pizza slices and sandwiches will be available to purchase. Location:  Lambarellis Takeaway, 9 C’Worth Rd. Contact: 07836 576586  lambarellis@aol.com

Spanish Paella & Sangria Sunday 1pm to 2.30pm Something different for Sunday lunch. For only £10.95 you can have a plate of homemade chicken and seafood paella, or vegetable paella with a glass of Blu’s Sangria. Location: Blu Bistro & Coffee House. See previous days for details.

Craft Café with Harlequin Arts 1pm to 3pm Tea, cake and pick and mix crafts, for adults and primary aged children plus. Children MUST be accompanied by adult. £5 for two crafts: Acrylic painting • clay characters • cupcake brooches • zentangle doodle birds. £1.50 per additional craft! Booking necessary. Location: St Thomas Centre: Contact: 07980 039647 • karen@harlequinarts.co.ukharlequinarts.co.uk

Harvest Festival – ‘The Harvest of the Community’ 2.30pm to 3.30pm Our Harvest Festival will once again focus on the rich harvest of talents that we have in our local community. Location: Gospel Mission Church, Old Road [near Serpent Motors]. Contact: 278783 • gospelmissionuk@aol.com

An English Afternoon at Libby’s 2.30pm to 4pm Cock & Magpie Morris and Chesterfield Garland Dancers.Location: Libby’s Cafe. Contact: 207080 • nibbo338@yahoo.co.uk

Relax and breathe antenatal Hypnobirthing session 2.30pm to 4.30pm A must if you are pregnant! Fun two hour introduction to hypnobirthing. Discount available if full HB course is booked on the day. Pre-booking is essential. Location: Brampton Therapy Centre, 349 C’worth Rd. See Sat for Contact details.

Sunday Sounds at The Tramway 3pm start Erin Lynas is a rare talent rapidly building her reputation. Featuring some great sing-along acoustic covers; just perfect for chilling on a Sunday! Location: The Tramway. Contact: 200111 • tramwayjunk@outlook.comtramwaytavern.co.uk

Charity Auction in aid of Bluebell Wood 4pm to 5pm [approx] As part of our Harvest Festival all goods brought to the Harvest will be auctioned, with proceeds going to Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice. Location: Gospel Mission Church, [See listing above for details]

Harp Based Trio ‘Schrodingers Strings’ 4pm to 6pm Free entry for all – Food available until 6pm. Location: The Royal Oak. Contact: Lee or Madeleine Griffin  01246 205015 • leegriffin80@hotmail.comwww.theroyaloakbrampton.com

Sunday Sounds at The Rose and Crown 4pm to 6.30pm “Southside Jazz” provide some tea-time toe-tapping entertainment. They’ve built up a great following already and will add hugely to the festival schedule. Location: The Rose and Crown. Contact: 563750 • roseandcrownbrampton.co.uk

Sunday Sounds at The Peacock 5pm start ‘Ashgate Calling’ This lively local ensemble play a rollicking set of folk dance music and song. Hold onto your hats for a jumping Sunday afternoon. Location: The Peacock. Contact: Tim 01246 275115 • peacockinnbrampton@hotmail.co.uk

Sunday Sounds at The Tap House 6pm start Gaz Simmonds is a superb local singer who writes and performs his own material as well as covers. Don’t miss the show! Location: The Tap House, 318 C’worth Rd. Contact: 234731 •  taphouse318@hotmail.comthetaphouse.co.uk

Sunday Sounds at The Victoria 6.45pm start Angela Turner is an incredibly talented solo acoustic guitarist and singer – you’ll be impressed by her cool, confident and entertaining style. Location: The Victoria, Victoria Street West, Brampton. Contact: 273832 • fraserhoward@aol.com

Sunday Sounds at The Manor 7pm start James Fearn provides a superb mix of rat pack & swing that takes sound entertainment to a new level. Great way to end the festival! Location: The Bar@The Manor at Brampton. Contact: 237555 • fabiobennett@gmail.com

Nonnas Live Presents Emma Rossi 7pm to 9.30pm approx Brand new star to grace our stage – expect soulful vocals with plenty of attitude from this experienced singer! She will take your breath away! #WeCantWait! Location: Nonnas, 131 C’Worth Rd. Contact: 380035 • chesterfield@nonnas.co.uk

Festival Celebration Service 6pm to 7.30pm A joint churches service to celebrate ‘Chatsworth Road Festival 2015’. Refreshments will follow, and all are welcome. Location: Storrs Road Methodist Church. Contact: Rev Tracey Harris 01246 274481 • tracey.harris@methodist.org.uk

Sunday Sounds at The Anchor 8pm start The superb local classic/hard rock band Spitfire do their bit to up the festival tempo. If you like your music loud this is for you. Get down to the Anchor to let yourself go! Location: The Anchor, Factory Street. Contact: 229224

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