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Our September exhibitions


         Still running:

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           •  Pickford House ( Derby Museum ), Friargate, Derby. Derbyshire in Revolt  until September 9
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           •  Derbyshire Record Office, Dale Road, Matlock. Archive material and artefacts until September 30
           •  Amber Valley Borough Council Foyer, Market Place, Ripley. -   Prints of the 46 Pentrich Revolution
              paintings.
         New exhibitions for September:

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           •  Party in the Park, Alfreton: Sunday 3  September: Historical interpretation panels
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           •  Alfreton Library: Monday 4  – Friday 29  September ( including a Study day on Tuesday 26
              September - see below for more details ).
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           •  Somercotes Heritage Festival, Somercotes Village Hall DE55 4LY: Saturday 23  September
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           •  Belper Beer and Cider Festival at The Strutts Centre, Belper. DE56 1UU: Thursday 28  September
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              until Sunday 1  October.

         And looking further ahead to October and  November ( more details in the next newsletter ):

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           •  Ripley Library 2  – 27  October – Historical interpretation panels and art prints
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           •  Cromford Mills: 14  – 21  October – Children’s art and Textiles by Community groups
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           •  Pentrich Village Hall – 21  October – Historical interpretation panels and art prints
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           •  The National Justice Museum Nottingham 21  October 2017 > January 2018: a major bespoke
              exhibition
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           •  The Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham 7  – 30  November –  Prints of the Pentrich paintings
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           •  Heanor Library 1  - 30  November - Historical interpretation panels and art prints
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           •  Sutton in Ashfield Library 1  November – 6  December - Historical interpretation panels

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          A study day at Alfreton Library – Tuesday 26  September – 9.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.
          A free event and an opportunity to find out more about The Pentrich Revolution inc. sessions on the
          historical aspects, information on how Pentrich 2017 is commemorating the rising, the genealogy of the
          rebels and searching through archive material.  We can accommodate a maximum of 20 people.
          To register your interest go to www.facebook.com/pentrich revolution or call in at Alfreton Library Phone:
          01773 833199.


         Do you want to become a revolutionary?


         We   need more volunteers and helpers for the many events, walks and exhibitions that we have planned.
         Attendance at training sessions may be required for certain activities. For further information or to become a
         member or a friend of the Pentrich and South Wingfield Revolution Group please contact Valerie Herbert -
         valerie.mherbert@yahoo.co.uk You can become a Friend for as little as £5 per year.  You will receive our
         Newsletter giving updates on all events.  As a charity we depend on donations to carry on the work both
         now and after the bicentenary commemoration in 2017.  If you would like to become a member or make a
         donation it will be eligible for gift aid as we are a Charitable Incorporated Organisation ( Number 1166940 )
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