Download our latest newsletter from this page, along with previous editions from January 2016. You’ll find that they contain an eclectic mix of history articles and news about Chesterfield and district’s past.
Main contents – Queen’s Park early history
Main contents – Tapton House and George Yeldham Wilkinson
Main contents – Short history of Chesterfield’s cinemas; The Chesterfield Settlement; Secretary’s Office of the General Post Office War Memorial in Chesterfield
Main contents – The Donkey Racecourse; Chesterfield Settlement; Who wrote Ford’s History of Chesterfield; Elder Yard Chapel 1868.
Main contents – Elder Yard Chapel 1868; who wrote Ford’s history of Chesterfield?
Main contents – The Chesterfield Settlement; Celebrating the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.
Main contents – Harry Cropper 1882-1970.
Main contents – French Prisoners of War; Marks & Spencer in Chesterfield; World Cup tickets.
Main contents – The story of Annie, Catherine and Edward Churchill; Barry Parker and Raymond Unwin.
Main contents – Derbyshire Miners’ Convalescent Home and
Holiday Camp at Skegness; Francis Henry Hart 1767-1867; Chesterfield Museum revealed.
Main contents – Chesterfield Men and the Military General Service Medal.
Main contents – Saint Helen’s House, Newbold Road; Spring Cleaning 1903 Style.
Main contents – Relaunch of Chesterfield and District Local
History Society; New Square part 3; Death of Ian Thomason.
Main contents – New Square part 2.
Main content – New Square part 1.
Main content – Employment of Women in World War I; Chesterfield Street Names. (This newsletter duplicates the March 2021 issue).
Main content – Employment of Women in World War I; Chesterfield Street Names.
Page last updated 23 November 2023.