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We aim to have eighteen interpretation boards erected along the route of the revolutionaries by the end
          of 2018 – so far ten have been installed in the following locations;

          Alfreton – opposite The Watchorn Church (Walk 6)
          Swanwick – outside the Council Meeting room on Derby Road
                       (Walk 7)

          South Wingfield – [1] outside The Primary School and
                          [2] The Yew Tree Public House (Walk 2)
          Fritchley/Crich - nr. The Gangway Information Board
                         (Walk 3)

          Ripley – [1] outside The Old Cock Inn,
                  - [2] At Sainsburys,
                  - [3] At The Midland Railway Centre Butterley.
                   (All on Walk 8)

          Codnor – On the Clock Tower in the Market Place (Walk 9)
          Aldercar and Langley Mill - opposite The Navigation Inn (Walk 11)

                     The unveiling of the Interpretation Board at Langley Mill

                  On November 25  2017 members of the Pentrich
                  and South Wingfield Revolution Group Executive
                  Committee joined representatives of Aldercar and
                  Langley  Mill  Parish  Council  to  unveil  their
                  Information  Board.  The  picture  shows  our
                  Chairman  John  Hardwick  addressing  the  guests
                  before  we  all  enjoyed  a  buffet  lunch  provided  at
                  The  Navigation  Inn  across  the  road  from  the
                  Information Board. Our thanks to all concerned.

           Please note that from January 2018 there will be quarterly newsletters. The next edition will be in April 2018.

          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
          friend of the Pentrich and South Wingfield Revolution Group please contact Valerie Herbert -
 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 friend or make a
          donation it will be eligible for gift aid as we are a Charitable Incorporated Organisation ( Number 1166940 )
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