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More than 30 businesses choose Chesterfield town centre for their new home

More than 30 new businesses have opened in Chesterfield town centre in the last 12 months with six more due to open in the coming weeks.

The new businesses, which include Barkworthy Dog Emporium, Kooca, Chesterfield Escape Rooms and Boba Shack, show how the town is not standing still – and is in a strong position to recover from the impact of the pandemic.

Cibo Bistro, Fat Pig BBQ, Little Dessert Shop, WiseGuys, and Snowflakes Desert Shop are all set to open imminently. Additionally, the Market Hall has welcomed four pop-up stores – Hobson’s Choice, Sparky’s Treats, The Little Ark, and Adelante Antiques. While the outdoor market has welcomed new traders, including Chris’s Fresh Fish, The Flower Girl, Tina’s Make & Mend, Soul Nuah Soapery, Marples Gifts, Lillie’s Cake Shed, Chocolate Elements, Slacknbaggy, Cakehole Bakehouse and Magesh.

Louise Spence, Bistro Supervisor and Coordinator at Cibo which will open later this month on Low Pavement, said: “We hope with the support of the people of Chesterfield behind us we can add something new and exciting to our town, truly believing with your support anything is possible!

“We are a great advocate of helping independent local businesses and encourage all of us to get behind local suppliers and companies, creating jobs for local people.  We hope the kind people of Chesterfield will come and give us a try in the coming weeks.”

Praising the town, Anthony Foster is the owner of one of the new businesses which has opened in the last 12 months, Barkworthy Dog Emporium in Theatre Yard. He said: “It’s fair to say we were captivated by the town immediately, its bustling market and quaint alleys which led us to all sorts of independent local shops. This immediately piqued our interest, for that is exactly what we planned to do – set up a quirky, emporium style outlet that catered for dog lovers everywhere, focused on natural products and ethically sustainable.”

In addition to new businesses, since 2021 nine businesses have also expanded into larger premises in the town centre, these include Rebel, Pizza Pi, Vintage Tea Rooms, Bee-Orchid and Twelfth Craft.

Raj Dhir, owner of Rebel Menswear which expanded into a new larger unit on the corner of High Street and Packer’s Row in March added: “We believe in Chesterfield, and that’s why we are spending roughly £500,000 on the store. Chesterfield as a community and town centre has always supported us so it’s only right we invest back in the town centre and community. We believe the future of Chesterfield Town is bright and will only get brighter as more investment is made into the town centre.”

Councillor Kate Sarvent, Chesterfield Borough Council’s cabinet member for town centres and visitor economy, said: “It’s great to welcome new businesses to Chesterfield town centre and celebrate those who are expanding and investing in our town. We’re making a significant investment across our town centre which will further boost business confidence by attracting more visitors and shoppers. Our town centre will be the go-to place to live, work, socialise and shop.”

Meanwhile, the state-of-the-art Northern Gateway Enterprise Centre is due to open for business shortly – further boosting activity in the town centre.

The council also secured almost £20m of Levelling Up Funding to improve and regenerate key public spaces and improve the look, feel and flow of the town centre – while also refurbishing the historic Stephenson Memorial Hall – as part of the Revitalising the Heart of Chesterfield project. The work is set to start in spring 2022 and be completed by 2025.

Peter Swallow, Chair of Destination Chesterfield, added: “Chesterfield is a town of opportunity, and we have the partners and collaboration in place to drive forward our ambitions to not only deliver our current development plans but also attract further investment.”

New town centre businesses

  • Cawa Bakery – Lower Pavement
  • Cawa Bakery – ChesterfieldTrain Station
  • Alberts Jungerer Bruder – Stephenson Place
  • Boba Shack – Cavendish Street
  • Fireaway Pizza- Knifesmithgate
  • Barkworthy Dog Emporium – Theatre Yard
  • Kooca – Beetwell Street
  • Merkur Slots- Vicar Lane
  • Caprinos Pizza – West Bars
  • Brows – Lower Pavement
  • Bet Extra Casino – Lower Pavement
  • Coffee Co – Beetwell Street
  • The Lucky Magpie Salvage – Hollis Lane
  • The Hidden Knight – Soresby Street
  • Chesterfield Escape Rooms – Soresby Street
  • Chesterfield VR – Soresby Street
  • Chesterfield Gamezone – Soresby Street
  • Imrans Diner – Cavendish Street
  • The Dirty Habit – Holywell Street


New Market Hall businesses

  • Adelante Antiques
  • Hobson’s Choice
  • Sparky’s Treats
  • The Little Ark

New market traders

  • Chris’s Fresh Fish
  • The Flower girl
  • Tina’s Make & Mend
  • Soul Nuah Soapery
  • Marples Gifts
  • Lillie’s Cake Shed
  • Chocolate Elements
  • SlacknBaggy
  • Cakehole Bakehouse
  • Magesh


Relocation / expansion

  • Shoe Zone – Packers Row
  • Pizza Pi – Vicar Lane
  • Vintage Tea Rooms – Vicar Lane
  • Twelfth Craft – The Shambles
  • Bee Orchid – Packers Row
  • Rebel – High Street
  • The Job Centre – Vicar Lane
  • Woodheads Café – Theatre Yard


Businesses due to open soon

  • CIBO Bistro- Lower Pavements
  • Fat Pig BBQ – Saltergate
  • Snowflakes Desert Shop – 12a Saltergate
  • Little Dessert Shop – Holywell Street
  • WiseGuys – Packers Row
  • A new bridal shop is also set to open its doors in The Shambles

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Chesterfield chef featured on BBC’s Great British Menu

A Chesterfield chef has been wowing audiences on national television this week, serving up a number of signature dishes on the BBC’s Great British Menu.

The popular cookery show sees some of the UK’s top chefs battle it out to create a dish for the final banquet in the series finale.

Mark Aisthorpe, head chef and owner of The Bulls Head in Holymoorside, Chesterfield explained how he felt about being selected for the show: “I was so excited and terrified all at once, but totally honoured to be asked to be one of the chefs .

“It was a bit like a dream come true. I suppose every chef wants to showcase their work and WOW what a platform.”

While being showcased on a national platform, Mark added that he was excited to showcase some of the amazing produce North Derbyshire has to offer.

He said: “Our location in my opinion is one of the best in the country.  We have such amazing local suppliers and a variety of independent farmers just on our doorstep. Highfield Farm’s amazing Derbyshire Lamb, farmed just minutes from the restaurant.

“Foraging in the local woods which are rich in ingredients all make our food at The Bulls Head what it is today and gives me inspiration for my menus.”

Mark described competing amongst the nation’s best chefs was both ‘fun and stressful,’ adding: “Competing anywhere is hard but in a different kitchen, you don’t know and against amazingly talented Chefs is even harder.”

With recruitment proving a challenge in hospitality at the moment, Mark had encouraging words for those considering a career in the industry: “It’s hard work, long hours but I feel it one of the most rewarding jobs.  Taking one thing and making it into something that is enjoyed by people is such a good feeling.  The satisfaction you get from positive comments and reviews is amazing.”

In terms of future potential TV appearances, Mark added that he would be open to further opportunites to showcase the pub’s locally sourced produce: “My aim is to continue making The Bulls Head as good as it can be. I would love to get recognition what we are doing there.  The Bulls Head is my main priority but never say never to further opportunities.”

Chesterfield boasts award winning restaurants that are attracting national media recognition, and independent coffee shops and pubs with a belief in local produce. Find out more about dining out in Chesterfield at:

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Popular fish and chip restaurant confirms expansion to Markham Vale

Popular fish & chip restaurant and takeaway Chesters is set to expand it’s presence even further across North Derbyshire, with plans moving forward to open a new restaurant at Markham Vale.

Chesters has been trading from it’s original base on Sheffield Road in Chesterfield for more than a decade, picking up a number of awards and positive reviews from customers in the process.

Now, owner Chris Ioannides is excited to expand the business to another site in the area. He said: “We are ecstatic & proud that we can be expanding in this current climate.

“It’s a struggle and very challenging but like others we are battling through and although our date has been pushed back we can’t wait to open and to be able to offer our services to the other side of Chesterfield.

“It’s been 10 years of hard work with some weeks working up to to 60 hours to establish our branch on Sheffield road. This has created us a successful brand name in the industry and won us local and national awards which has helped build out reputation to what it is today.

“This along with all our hard work and the great support of people of chesterfield has now helped us to expand.”

The new Chester’s will combine a restaurant, takeaway & drive through. The building will have tall vaulted ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glass bi-fold doors and windows, which will make it a great dining experience in the summer. A reclaimed boat, man-made sea huts and huge reclaimed walls with artistic drawing will also make up the impressive décor.

The team is hoping to open the new premises in June, despite a few setbacks in the building process caused by Covid-19 and other factors.

Chris continued: “Being local ourselves and being that it’s the people of chesterfield that have supported us over the decade it certainly makes us want to expand our branch within chesterfield & surrounding areas. This gives our community something back by providing many jobs and opportunities for the people of chesterfield. When we are mentioned nationally we are proud to put chesterfield on the map.”


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Christmas Day and Boxing Day dining in Chesterfield

Imagine a Christmas Day without the hassle of cooking turkey and all the trimmings… Well the good news is you don’t need to imagine, as there are several brilliant pubs and restaurants ready and waiting to take your booking!

So whether you want Christmas away from the kitchen, or you’re looking to head out with family and friends on Boxing Day for a big festive meal, Chesterfield has everything you need for a festive feast this Christmas.

Check out our guide below to the best places to book for Christmas Day and Boxing Day meals. But be quick, as they tend to get booked up faster than Santa can say Ho-ho-ho!

For those who are looking to prepare their own Christmas Dinner, find fabulous food and drink or buy your loved ones the best gifts from local independent retailers, our Christmas in Chesterfield page has plenty of information, shopping guides and activities to ensure you have a magical Christmas.

Casa Hotel

Chesterfield’s award-winning Casa Hotel is offering you the chance to enjoy a luxury Christmas Day and Boxing Day feast in the Cocina Restaurant and Barcelona Suite.

Christmas Day

£100 per person or £50 for under 12s. Under 3s with compliments. Barcelona Suite available between 12pm – 3pm / Cocina from 12pm – 3:30pm.

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Boxing Day

£50 per person or £25 Under 12s. Under 3s with compliments. Boxing Day lunch in Cocina Restaurant is the ideal place for family and friends to continue the festivities after a busy Christmas Day.

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Ringwood Hall

Christmas Day

Ringwood Hall will be serving up a classic Christmas Day lunch from 12:00pm-2:30pm. Adults £85.00 – Children aged 3-12 years £32.50 – under 3’s £10.00.

There will be Bucks Fizz and Santa’s special fruit cocktail for the children to greet you on arrival. Santa’s grotto awaits children under 12 whilst the resident pianist plays in the Ringwood suite and the sound of light piped music plays in the Coach House.

  • The Ringwood suite is generally a lively atmospheric room for families with younger children celebrating Christmas Day
  • The Coach House is a quieter dining room reserved for adults only

For that extra special treat why not book one of Ringwood’s private family dining Rooms, Cavendish suite for up to 12 guests and the Hollingwood suite for up to 18 guests, enquire for more details.

Contact the team on: 01246 280077 or Email:

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Boxing Day

Ringwood Hall’s resident pianist plays melodies throughout lunch, which includes a fabulous Boxing Day menu. Activity packs that will keep the children entertained are also included!

£50 per person or £25 Under 12s. Under 3s with compliments. Served 12pm – 3:30pm.

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DoubleTree by Hilton

Christmas Day

Celebrate the big day itself at DoubleTree by Hilton Sheffield Park! Enjoy a mouth-watering 3 course festive carvery lunch which the whole family will love and take in the wonderful seasonal atmosphere around you. Santa will even be making a special appearance to bring a gift for every child.

Lunch will be served in the Devonshire Suite, where you will be dazzled by the magician and table entertainer who will be circulating around the room.

The prices are £60 per adult and £30 per child, aged between 4 and 12, with under 4’s eating for free.

Lunch is served in both suites between 12.30pm and 3pm.

To make a booking or for more information please get in touch on 0114 282 9988 or

Boxing Day

Continue the celebrations with Boxing Day Lunch at Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar and Grill, Sheffield, which is located within DoubleTree by Hilton Sheffield Park.

To make a booking contact 0114 2828231 or

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Fox and Goose

Christmas Day

Enjoy Christmas Day at one of the best local pubs with great views on the outskirts of Chesterfield, set against the backdrop of the glorious Derbyshire countryside.

A delicious 4 course meal is available for both Adults (£85) and Children (40).

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Van Dyk

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Christmas Day

Experience all your traditional festive favourites at Van Dyk by Wildes this Christmas! Choose from three fabulous dining rooms including the Sherwood Suite, Garden Ballroom or The Chapel.

Adults £89 and Under 14’s £49 per person

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Boxing Day 

Relax in style on Boxing Day with a banquet 4-Course meal in Van Dyk’s new Garden Ballroom.

For a less formal Boxing Day, choose to unwind after Christmas in the Orangery with delicious grill favourites alongside the restaurant’s signature Beef Bourguignon.

Boxing Day Banquet 4 Course Meal – £45 per person

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Peak Edge Hotel

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Christmas Day

With a relaxed and cosy atmosphere, enjoy Christmas time together as a family and let the Peak Edge Hotel do all the hard work.

Drinks available upon arrival and canapés served to your table; sit back, relax and indulge in the three-course festive menu followed by tea, coffee and of course, mince pies.

£100 per person or £50 Under 12s. Under 3s with compliments. Served 12pm – 3:15pm

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Boxing Day

Let the festivities continue on Boxing Day. Gather with friends and family after a busy Christmas Day and have a well-earned break from the kitchen before normality kicks in again.

£50 per person or £25 Under 12s. Under 3s with compliments. Served 12pm – 3:30pm

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Chesterfield Football Club

Christmas Day

The sumptuous cuisine and impressive surroundings of The Technique Stadium create a unique and unforgettable dining experience.

A traditional family Christmas lunch, prepared by head chef, Paul Tattersall, is on offer in the SBK Computers Spires Restaurant and National Windscreens Vice-Presidents Suite.

Package includes a glass of prosecco served on arrival from Midday, Traditional Christmas Day lunch, Christmas table decorations, Gifts for all under 12s. Dress code: Smart Casual

£75 per adult, £35 per child (under 12s)

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Rediscover everything that’s great about Chesterfield

Residents in Chesterfield are encouraged to get together this half-term and rediscover everything that’s great about the borough.

Whether that be revisiting an old favourite or discovering something new, residents are being urged to seek out shops, cafes, bars and restaurants that are unique to the borough – and the October half-term break is the perfect chance for the whole family to get together and rediscover what’s great about Chesterfield.

As well as supporting local businesses, there’s also plenty to keep the whole family entertained this half-term, including the return of the popular 1940’s market on Thursday 28 October.

Families can also enjoy a trip to Chesterfield Museum where they will have a final chance to check out the popular ‘Put That Light Out’ Exhibition and discover what life in Chesterfield was like during World War Two. There’s also a chance to explore the stories, experiences and contributions of the African and Caribbean Community in Chesterfield in the latest exhibition, ‘Chesterfield Black Stories’ which is presented in partnership with ACCA.

More information on events during half-term can be found at

The ‘Love Chesterfield’ campaign was launched earlier this year by Chesterfield Borough Council, in partnership with Destination Chesterfield to support the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors as national restrictions eased, to encourage residents to celebrate Chesterfield’s local businesses.

Councillor Kate Sarvent, cabinet member for town centres and visitor economy, said: “There’s lots to love here in Chesterfield and we love shining the spotlight on our local businesses. Since the launch of our Love Chesterfield campaign earlier this year, and as restrictions eased, we’ve already seen a positive return of customers to the borough’s high streets and we’re urging everyone to continue shopping locally and safely.

“The past 18 months have been incredibly difficult for our local businesses so it’s important that we continue to support them as much as we can.

“In the town centre alone, there are around 200 independent retailers where you’ll find a range of unique, quirky and exciting gifts and products that you simply wouldn’t find anywhere else. Add to these to the numerous markets that the town centre supports and there really is something for everyone to discover.

“And not forgetting the variety of cafes, bars and restaurants that are available, Chesterfield has a quiet food revolution happening so you’ll be spoilt for choice when dining out in the borough.”

More information on dining out in Chesterfield can be found at

Peter Swallow, Chair of Destination Chesterfield said: “It’s a very exciting time for the town in its recovery from the pandemic. The Love Chesterfield campaign is a great opportunity for people to rediscover the town centre and all that it has to offer.

“With lockdown restrictions lifted and Christmas only weeks away there has never been a better time to get out and about and support local businesses in their recovery. From places to eat and drink to major retailers and quirky independents shops and market stalls, there is a multitude of reasons for people to Love Chesterfield as a place to shop and socialise.”

As part of the Love Chesterfield campaign, businesses are being supported to boost their profile. Independent shops, bars and eateries are among the businesses encouraged to take advantage of a new #LoveChesterfield support pack, featuring a range of free marketing materials which they can use to collectively celebrate the unique products and experiences available in the borough.

The pack includes a range of customisable images and resources for businesses to use on their social media, posters and window vinyl designs – all of which can be downloaded for free at

The Love Chesterfield awards took place on Wednesday 20 October. The awards celebrate the town’s favourite food, drink and retail businesses, and also recognise outstanding local entrepreneurs, regeneration work, business contribution to the local community, apprenticeships and sustainability. More information including details of the winners can be found at


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Chesterfield’s hospitality sector gears up for full reopening

Chesterfield’s hospitality sector is gearing up for the full re-opening of indoor dining and drinking venues under step three of the easing of lockdown.

Thanks to takeaway, delivery and, more recently, outdoor seating, a limited number of pubs, cafés and restaurants have been able to continue operating throughout the pandemic. However, with the lifting of restrictions to allow indoor dining and drinking, businesses in Chesterfield’s hospitality sector are set to completely re-open from Monday 17 May.

Delighted to be finally fully re-opening Douglas Daniels, owner of The Market Pub commented: “We’re greatly looking forward to getting back, as are the whole team. We’ve really missed all of our customers and can’t wait to welcome them back into The Market Pub.

“Independent businesses give towns and cities their unique character and help to offer an alternative to the national chains. They’re also usually the first to reflect new trends and attitudes. We’ve got many new things on the way and we look forward to showcasing them soon.”

Tracey Wallis, Owner of The Pekoe Café at Northern Tea Merchants said: “We are really looking forward to being back, it’s been such a long time and we’ve missed our wonderful customers. We’re already taking plenty of bookings, so it shows that people have missed us too!

“The last 14 months have been a struggle to say the least, but I am positive that Chesterfield’s independent businesses and the hospitality sector will bounce back with a vengeance.

“Roll on 17 May when we can begin serving our much-loved range of Northern Tea Merchants’ teas and coffees again, alongside freshly prepared breakfast favourites, light lunches and a delicious selection of homemade cakes and scones.”

Steve Perez, Chairman of Global Brands and Owner of Casa Hotel added: “Every time we have been closed, we’ve been determined to come back bigger and better and now is no different. Although we have been closed, we have been very busy! We have built the new Oak Room extension to our wedding venue, extended the terrace and built a brand-new kitchen at Peak Edge Hotel.

“At Casa, we are refurbishing the Cocina Restaurant with luxurious new booths and décor. The bar will be extensively refurbished with an amazing new design and concept – it will be the place to be in the town.

“The love everyone has shown us throughout the last year has been keeping us going. We have in fact remained open throughout the entire pandemic by supporting the NHS with free accommodation and food and, more recently, the vaccine centre here at Casa. Let us hope this is us opening for good and for an amazing summer ahead.”

During lockdown, the town’s marketing campaign Destination Chesterfield supported the hospitality sector by dedicated a full page on its website, pointing customers to where they could access both takeaway and delivery services.

The page – has details of restaurants, with sub-pages for cafés, pubs, bars and tea rooms in and around Chesterfield that have continued to operate by adapting to meet the needs of the community.

The page will continue to be updated and live until all businesses in the sector are fully operational.

Peter Swallow, Chair of Destination Chesterfield commented: “Eating and drinking out, especially in Chesterfield, is all about great customer service and a fantastic product. Takeaway and delivery services have been wonderful throughout the pandemic and we’re all grateful for the hard work it took the businesses to adapt overnight and deliver this.

“But I think the town is now ready to get back into our favourite pubs, bars, cafés and restaurants to enjoy the warm atmosphere and see those familiar, friendly faces once more. We’re encouraging everyone to #LoveChesterfield and support our local businesses in what’s such a crucial time for the hospitality sector.”

To find out more about eating and drinking out in Chesterfield, please visit:

Love Chesterfield

Love Chesterfield is a campaign from Chesterfield Borough Council in partnership with Destination Chesterfield with support from the reopening the high street safely fund and the welcome back fund provided by HM Government and the European Regional Development Fund.

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Top tips for outdoor dining and activities in Chesterfield

After a year of staying at home and closures to many of our favourite restaurants and leisure hotspots, a number of Chesterfield’s great local businesses are preparing to reopen their doors again.

Excitement has been building about the prospect of meeting with our loved ones for the first time in months, (albeit in an outdoor setting at first) following the announcement of the Government’s ‘roadmap’ out of lockdown.

But with so much choice of great local bars and restaurants across Chesterfield, we thought we would showcase some of the best places to head to for those long-awaited meals out!

A number of local restaurants, pubs and bars have been adapting their services to make sure they give you the best outdoor dining experience possible from April 12th onwards, so you can truly enjoy those first few moments of freedom.

Van Dyk

Yule Lodge Bar & Grill

Van Dyk’s innovative Yule Lodge Bar & Grill is an 84-seater outdoor covered restaurant and will be open 12th April – 6th June 2021.

Bookings are now being taken for tables up to 6 people, with a £20.00 deposit required per table to confirm the booking.

  • Sunday to Thursday – 12pm – 10pm
  • Friday and Saturday – 12pm – 11pm

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Southgate Terrace

Van Dyk’s Southgate Terrace will provide fun and food with hog-roast, pizza’s, burgers, jacket potatoes & more

The terrace will be open on the following dates and times:

  • Open on Friday and Saturdays – 6pm – 10.30pm
  • 16th 17th 23rd 24th 30th April 7th 8th 14th 15th May
  • Sunday 2nd May – 1pm – 9pm
  • Bank Holiday Monday 3rd May – 2pm – 9pm

Bookings are being taken for tables up to 6 people, with a £20.00 deposit required per table

For more information, go to

Fox and Goose

Set in the beautiful North Derbyshire countryside, the Fox and Goose team is very excited to be opening for ‘Eat out or take out’ from Friday 16th April.

The beer garden will be open for you to enjoy the delights of the Fox and Goose Inn with the option to book and sit at one of the pub’s outside tables.

Takeaway will still be available as the restaurant’s collection and delivery service will still be running until indoor opening can resume from the 17th May.

A limited menu will be on offer whilst the team is still in the process of being able to get back to normality.

Take a look at the current takeaway menu by clicking the following link:

The Fox and Goose Inn

Brampton Manor

Brampton Manor’s much anticipated reopening from Monday 12th April is just weeks away and bookings are now LIVE! Heated Pods and Outdoor Seating now available.

The Manor’s Beach Club is set to reopen from Monday 17th May onwards with plans to feature DJ & Sax Sessions as well as the much anticipated ‘White Party.’

Find out more at:

Casa Hotel

Casa Hotel’s management and staff say they can not wait to welcome you from Monday 12th April, Monday – Sunday 9am till 9pm.

A Lunch menu will be available from 12pm – 9pm daily on the hotel’s Barcelona Terrace with Tea, Coffee and fresh pastries available from 9am.

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Peak Edge Hotel

The Peak Edge Hotel will be serving BBQ dishes and drinks, surrounded by the beautiful backdrop of the Peak District from Saturday 17th April.

Bookings availble Saturday – Sunday from 12pm (Weather permitting). It is advised customers bring sensible footwear for the occasion.

Find out more at:

Salute Prosecco and Mamo’s Pizza at Vicar Lane

Salute will be back under the big screen at Vicar Lane, and are teaming up with Mamo’s Pizza to offer 1 and 1/2 hours of Pizza and Bottomless Prosecco. Taking place Friday 16th – Sunday 18th April, 11:30am – 7:30pm. Get together with your loved ones to make up for all those celebrations you have missed!

There is limited seating available so pre-booking is suggested. The event will be operating under Covid-safe regulations with max groups of 6 from two different households.

If Prosecco isn’t your tipple, there are Beer and Non-alcoholic options available. Packages can now be booked at
Salute will be celebrating their 5th Birthday too so follow the team on Instagram and Facebook @salute.prosecco to keep an eye out on what will unfold!

Tickled Trout, Barlow

The Tickled Trout will be re-opening on Thursday 15th April for outdoor dining, serving Thurs-Sunday until the renowned gastro-pub is allowed to open inside, hopefully on the 17th May, then the restaurant shall return to a 7 day operation.

The restaurant will have a permanent outside dining area plus a large marquee area being built.

The popular Tickled Trout takeaway menu will also run during this time.


Chatsworth is getting ready to open all gift shops and outdoor seating at its restaurants from April 12th.

The garden of the iconic house will remain open to visitors, while the Chatsworth farmyard will reopen on April 13th.

The team is also working towards opening the main house and indoor seating at restaurants from 17th May.

For more information, go to

Chatsworth House

Dronfield Hall Barn

Dronfield Hall Barn will be opening the outdoor area of their beautiful medieval Barn as soon as they are able.

The team will be ready to welcome guests with heated gazebos, beautiful landscaped gardens that are maintained by a team of volunteers in the heart of Dronfield.

Table bookings are available at

Chesterfield Canal Trust

Chesterfield Canal Trust is looking forward to welcoming guests back to Katey’s Coffee Shop for takeaways from April 12th, set in the picturesque surroundings of the canal’s Hollingwood Hub.

The team is looking towards welcoming outdoor and indoor visitors to from May 17th and it is hoped boat trips can resume from June 21st onwards.

To find out more, go to:

Hollingwood Hub

Ringwood Hall Hotel & Spa

The team at Ringwood Hall Hotel & Spa is to start taking reservations for The Garden Secret Spa from the 16th April onwards.

And a picnic can be prepared for you to enjoy on the beautiful gardens or to takeaway – available from 11am – 5pm. To prebook, please call the number below.

Staff are ready to answer any questions you may have and can’t wait to hear from customers

Call 01246280077 or email for more information. You can also view their website at:

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