Chesterfield & District Civic Society
East Midlands Association of Civic and Heritage Societies
Saturday 21 January 2017 at the Saints Centre, above Spires Coffee Shop, St Mary’s Gate, Chesterfield
10.30 a.m. – 3.30 p.m.
Anyone interested in the work of Chesterfield & District Civic Society, founded in 1964 to promote pride in the town and campaign for environmental improvements and a high standard of architectural design, is warmly invited to come to our next public meeting, held in conjunction with the regional organisation for civic societies.
There will be a business meeting and discussion on the work of the Chesterfield and other civic societies in the morning, followed at 2 p.m. by
Chesterfield Waterside: regenerating an industrial heritage into a vibrant new destination for Chesterfield and its region.
by Peter Swallow
Peter is Chairman of Destination Chesterfield, a network of businesses and professional firms which encourages inward investment into the town, and also Chief Executive of Bolsterstone PLC, the lead developer of Chesterfield Waterside, one of the largest regeneration schemes of its kind in the country, centred on the terminus of the Chesterfield Canal on Brimington Road.
Come and find out about both these important ventures and put questions to the man in charge. There will also be displays illustrating the work of civic societies from around the region, and one by the Chesterfield Canal Trust, which has campaigned for many years for the restoration of the Derbyshire section of the canal, including the creation of a new basin and moorings at Chesterfield.