Derby Telegraph - 2021-11-27
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Derby Telegraph - 2021-11-27

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2 DERBY TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 @derbyshire_live News By CALLUM PARKE callum.parke@reachplc.com CLImATE protesters have blocked off the two main goods entrances at the Amazon warehouse near East midlands Airport. Around 20 activists from Extinction Rebellion created two bamboo structures and tents in the early hours of yesterday to coincide with Black Friday, one of the biggest days of the year in the retail calendar. Police were in attendance in the afternoon to divert lorries at the Segro Logistics Park East midlands Gateway, where several companies, including Very and DHL, have large delivery warehouses. The protests are being replicated at Amazon sites across the country, with the activists believing the company must make changes to become environmentally friendly. Ines, one of the protesters at the blockades, said: “We know now, don’t we? Science tells you that the climate emergency is caused by over-consumption and it’s not only about the overuse of fossil fuels, it’s over-consumption in general, it’s the system by which we make the economy work. “Amazon is the absolute epitome of hyper-consumption and it’s forced on customers through tricks like Black day. “At the same time, we have Frijust had COP26, and we know where we are, so we have to do something to halt this rush towards extinction. Everything has been tried, scientists have written papers, we have spoken to mPs, we have tried to do international conferences, and nothing has changed or at least very, very, very little has changed. “Those suffering are the people who can least live up to this, both the consequences of the climate emergency and the poverty that this type of economic growth is causing.” Ines said the protest was “not comfortable” and “not pleasant” and that while she did not enjoy the abuse received from a small minority, most passers-by were supportive and she was always open to hearing others’ points of view. Officers from Leicestershire police were at the scene after being called in the early hours of the morning. In a statement, a spokesperson for the force said: “At 3.45am we received a report of a protest outside a warehouse in Wilders Way, Kegworth. Officers are currently in attendance, where more than 20 protesters are also present. “Police are facilitating the right to peaceful protest and no arrests have been made at this time.” Amazon, owned by one of the world’s richest men, Jeff Bezos, has over a dozen depots in the UK and is a household name. The company paid £492 million in direct taxes in The protesters could be at the site until tomorrow Police were called out from 3.45am Protesters pilloried Jeff Bezos’s trip into space the UK last year - just 0.37% of its total turnover. The company has slashed hundreds of prices on Black Friday, an annual event that sees thousands of offers in stores across the country ahead of the Christmas period. In a tweet, Extinction Rebellion Leicester said: “Extinction Rebellion are blocking Amazon depots today on the day now coined Black Friday - we need to stop over-consumption Extinction Rebellion protesters block Amazon warehouse on Black Friday Ines, one of the activists Protesters at the entrance to Amazon and buying so many excessively packaged items - our planet over profit.” The protesters received some abuse from passing drivers but others stopped to bring them hot food and drinks, with Storm Arwen set to bring winds of up to 65mph this weekend. Rajan, who was at the second blockade, said that the protest aimed to raise awareness of how consumerism was driving the conditions needed to fuel the climate emergency. He said: “If you look 20 years, 30 years ago, we had very few objects in our homes, and we were happy then. Now we have all this, and we’re not happy. “We live in a climate and ecologi- We live in a climate and ecological emergency which is connected with our consumerism. cal emergency which is connected with our consumerism. We’re enjoying something at the expense of our children and our grandchildren. “We are creating a condition of climate change, which means that there’ll be extreme weather at some stage in this country, that will result in crop failure that will result in hunger and social breakdown at some stage within the next 20 to 30 years.” Amazon’s own data from 2020 showed that despite the pandemic, its carbon emissions rose by 19% year on year. The company’s operations emitted the equivalent of 60.64 million metric tons of carbon dioxide in 2020, compared to 51.17 million metric tons in 2019. In 2019 it pledged to become net-zero by 2040, but Extinction Rebellion activists say that there is “no evidence for how that will be achieved and the pledge does not include Amazon’s supply chain”. The protests come as the Government forges ahead with its plans to significantly curtail campaigners rights to demonstrate after months of disruption caused by the activist group Insulate Britain. Rajan

facebook.com/derbyshirelive SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 DERBY TELEGRAPH 3 Rams owe city council £116,000 ‘statement of affairs’ report reveals long list of creditors By NiGEL SLATER Local democracy reporter nigel.slater@reachplc.com DERBy City Council has confirmed talks are ongoing with Derby County after it was revealed the club owes the authority more than £100,000. A “statement of affairs” report reveals a long list of creditors for which The Derby County Football Limited, the club’s company name, owes money to. The report was published after the Rams were placed into administration in September – the consequences of which saw Derby deducted 12 league points. Administrators Quantuma are now handling the club’s financial affairs while trying to find a new owner for the football club and have filed the report as part of the administration process. It shows that more than £26 million is owed to HMRC and £20 million to MSD Holdings. There are also creditors locally. It also says the club owes Derby City Council a total of £116,138. The report files this as three separate payments to Derby City Council, Derby City Council (BACS payments) and Derby City Council (Direct Debit Payments) – making up the combined sixfigure total. Derby City Council say the payments were for “business rates and rental of south car park for matchdays”. It also said in a statement that the club’s auditors “have a duty” to deal with the debt owed. The statement in full reads: “The DCFC Notice of Accounts were released at the weekend, which acknowledges historic outstanding payments due to Derby City Council for a variety of different services provided to the club. Drug-driver hid among trees A Drug-DrIver caught speeding through a village tried to hide from police in a Christmas tree display. The bizarre incident happened when police carrying out a traffic operation in Twyford road, Barrow upon Trent, spotted a BmW speeding past them. officers from the mercia Police Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) searched for the driver after he accelerated when they tried to pull him over. He was eventually found hiding in a Christmas tree display at a garden centre near Swarkestone. He then tried to head towards some outbuildings and greenhouses but the police soon caught up with him. He was arrested and failed a drugs test. He “The club’s auditors have a duty to deal with these overdue payments and we are in separate ongoing talks with them on this issue.” The report also listed Erewash Borough Council as a creditor, to which the club owed £46,176. The nature of these payments is unknown. Throughout The club’s auditors have a duty to deal with these overdue payments and we are in separate ongoing talks with them on this issue. the past few months, administrators Andrew Hosking and Carl Jackson have spoken positively about being able to secure the club’s future. Recently they have told local media that they hope a new buyer for the club can be found and a purchase deal agreed in the new year. When asked about the report and Statement also did not have valid insurance. The speed check was carried out on Tuesday after residents raised concerns about drivers speeding through the village. A spokesman for the team said: “Your SNT observed a silver BmW driving beyond the speed limit. officers signalled the driver to pull into the check site area but, with disappointment, the male continued The BmW was seized by police instead, accelerating from the scene. Police began a search for the BmW. An eagle-eyed officer spotted the driver at a local garden centre, close to the village of Swarkestone. “The man was seen trying to secrete himself in a Christmas tree display.” the club’s financial situation, Mr Jackson responded: “That is the reason we are here. The reason the company has gone into administration, sadly, was because the company was insolvent and the liabilities owed were significantly in excess of the assets. We have known about the numbers basically right from the get-go, there has been some reconciling going on, but the company owes a huge amount of money. That is why we are here to effectively restructure that.” Since the announcement of administration in September, the Rams have been docked a further nine points (and three more suspended) for breaching English Football League finance rules. The Local Democracy Reporting Service has approached the club for comment and sent a copy of our email to the administrators’ press department. We have contacted the administrators, Quantuma, for comment on the city council’s statement. News Met Office issues snow warning Some parts of Derbyshire could be waking up to snow today after the met office issued a yellow weather warning. It was forecast that snow could hit parts of the county overnight until 10am this morning. The met office was also warning that some rural communities may become cut off and there may be an increased chance of power outages. Temperatures are expected to fall to around zero degrees this weekend, with the temperature feeling as cold as -6C. This has resulted in the met office predicting a 90 per cent chance of heavy snow across parts of Derbyshire, including Buxton and the Peak District. Whilst most areas may only be affected by rain and sleet, it is likely that those in the northern parts of the county will see it turn to snow, making delays more likely. The met office said: “There is a chance of 2-5cm of snow falling in some locations and perhaps up to 8cm over some of the higher ground above 150-200 metres. “Were this to occur some disruption is likely but this would be short lived with any snow melting during the morning. “The most likely outcome is that most places will see rain with only a little sleet or snow in the heaviest bursts.” The yellow weather warning is believed to cover the majority of the east midlands, including Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and Leicestershire.

4 DERBY TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 @derbyshire_live News Dambusters museum plans rejected Plans for a museum dedicated to the famous second World War Dambuster raids have been rejected by the Peak District national Park authority. severn Trent Water had originally applied for permission to build the museum close to the Fairholmes visitor centre, near Bamford, before the Covid pandemic. an old Dambusters exhibition was previously housed within one of the towers of the nearby Derwent Dam but it was closed over safety concerns. a spokesperson for severn Trent Water said the company had not given up on its plans but that a new museum would not be built in the “next few years”. They said: “We were unfortunately unable to secure the planning permission required to build a new exhibition when we’d hoped to. “We do know how important the a lancaster bomber over Derwent dam to mark the 65th anniversary of the Dambusters raid in 2008 DaviD Jones/Pa Wire Members of 617 squadron at scampton after the dams raid The Mohne dam after being bombed heritage of the area is though, so we have been working on some really exciting new interpretation to go around the site. We’re hoping this can be installed in the coming months”. The Dambuster raid, or Operation Chastise as it was officially named, was an attack on a handful of German dams in 1943 by the Royal air Force. The raids targeted three different dams which provided hydroelectric power, and pure water for steelmaking, as well as supplying drinking water and water for German canals. Each dam was protected with torpedo nets and anti-aircraft guns, so purpose-built bouncing bombs were used to try to avoid triggering any of the dams defences. Derwent Reservoir is renowned for being one of the locations where the bouncing bomb was tested. Turkey deal brings in new jobs for city a laRGE meat preparation facility in Derby has announced that it is hiring to fill a number of vacancies at its city premises. a chicken factory operated by 2 sisters Food Group on shaftesbury street in the city is now also processing turkeys for the Bernard Matthews brand, creating a number of jobs. Both 2 sisters Food Group and Bernard Mathews are owned by Ranjit singh Boparan, also known as the “Chicken King” of the West Midlands. The factory is hiring for entrylevel positions in food and production operations, according to Derby City Council’s weekly job bulletin. Workers would be involved with food preparation, including skewering kebabs at a rate of three a minute. staff will also be trained to cut, de-bone, and trim raw meat on their production line. The job advert states that employees will “work on a busy production line of up to 15 people – you will work alongside a cell leader who will train you in all aspects of the role. You will need to be reasonably physically fit as you will be required to carry out some heavy lifting and stand for the duration of your shift.” The company also says that a good understanding of food hygiene is advantageous, although not essential, and applicants should have a “decent level of arithmetic so you can calculate weights and measures”. Hourly rates advertised by the company range from £8.97 to £12.07 an hour with a mix of temporary and permanent contracts. 2 sisters is offering two shift patterns, 6am-2 pm or 2.30pm-10.30 pm over six days. Councillor questions £770,000 cost of Market Place events By ZEnA HAwLEY zena.hawley@reachplc.com THE total cost of a series of events in the Market Place, including the creation of the Derby Loves You Venue, is expected to cost just short of £770,000, with an expected income of £49,000. Cllr Baggy Shanker, opposition Labour group leader on Derby City Council has challenged council deputy leader Cllr Mick Barker on whether it was “value for money” and whether the correct constitutional procedure had been followed in giving it the go-ahead. Mr Shanker posed a written question during the recent full council meeting, which said: “When the cabinet were privately briefed on the “we love you tent” proposals and costs, did it not occur to anyone of you that the total costs, constitutionally, needed a formal cabinet decision so proper scrutiny could have happened? Mr Barker responded: “The Derby Loves You Venue is one element of the overall Market Place offer, which has developed and evolved since the early days of the pandemic as new elements of funding have become available to the council to support businesses in the city and the overall vibrancy of the city centre. “New ideas were developed as funding became available and cabinet received briefings on each element of the offer. The estimated The Derby loves You marquee when it was put up in the summer costs associated with the Derby Loves You Venue were not of a magnitude to require cabinet approval.” When questioned on value for money by Mr Shanker in the meeting, Mr Barker said: “No-one could envisage the unprecedented success. It has grown. People of Derby appreciate it and I think it is money well-spent. If you are asking about value for money, ask the people of Derby because they have been coming in here in droves.” The Market Place initiative was first announced in July 2020, with the aim of re-igniting activity in the city centre. The initial format was aimed at the period to the end of September 2020 but was extended into Christmas 2020. After Christmas, the Market Place was cleared for first quarter of 2021 and a proposal to relaunch the initiative was made in March 2021, installing huts and a marquee. Funding for the project has come from the Government’s Welcome Back (£390,753) and Vibrancy (£158,000) funds and also Derby City Council funding of £220,000. This has paid for a number of items including staffing, chalets and benches, marquee hire and installation, shows, heating, toilet hire, marketing, security and website management. The council maintains that as none of the individual elements cost more than £100,000 there was not a requirement for a cabinet member decision and all costs were approved through strategic director standing delegations for expenditure under £100,000. But Mr Shanker, who says he asked questions about the process and funding for the Derby Loves You Venue back in September, is unhappy that no scrutiny of the costs has been carried out. He said: “As we approach December, it’s disappointing to learn that over three quarters of a million pounds is being spent on this and there has been no scrutiny by the public or council. This is totally Baggy shanker against the rules and constitution in my opinion and I am considering on whether I should refer this matter to the council’s external auditors. Many questions remain unanswered. “Some of the details I have recently had just raise further concerns – how can the website be so expensive at £45,000? The marketing at £68,000? I think the vast majority of the public will agree with me and say this isn’t value for money and also a waste of money in certain areas. Yet Cllr Barker stated at council that he thinks it’s absolutely value for money. “I am advised the Conservative cabinet has regularly been updated on this project and I am angry that not a single member of the cabinet has insisted on a formal cabinet report to have been prepared, to make the information public or to have challenged these spends. This money could have been used for much needed improvements across our city centre. “The tent continues to disrupt activities in the Market Place, including the recent Remembrance service and because of the lack of transparency we do not even know how long it will remain there and what the total cost burden on the city will be.” The partnership behind Derby Market Place recently scooped the Excellence in Collaboration award in the Derbyshire Business Awards, organised by East Midlands Chamber.

facebook.com/derbyshirelive SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 DERBY TELEGRAPH 5 Murder probe launched as man dies following assault in village street four men arrested as police investigate ‘isolated incident’ By CALLUM PARKE AND AVA FORBES A mURDeR investigation has been launched after a man died following a serious assault in Somercotes. Police confirmed yesterday morning that a 22-year-old had died after he and another man were taken to hospital following an incident near the Co-op in Somercotes Hill on Thursday. Officers said the second man has since been discharged with injuries not believed to be serious. Four men were arrested in connection with the investigation. Flowers have been left in the village and locals have said they were shocked by the incident. Cryssy Dawson, 45, who owns King Williams Florist, in Somercotes Hill, said she had to shut her shop on Thursday because of the police investigation. She said: “I’m shocked, very shocked. Stuff like this doesn’t happen here. “It’s a business but this is somebody’s life at the end of the day. It’s a community at the end of the day, they (police) can take as much time as they need.” Brenda Jackson, 83, who lives in Somercotes Hill, said: “It used to be such a quiet place, it’s such a shame that someone’s died. It’s always been so friendly here.” A 71-year-old man, who has lived in Somercotes for almost his whole life, but asked not to be named, said: “Its usually a quiet area. If there’s a hassle it’s always outside that Co-op. “I’m not concerned, I’m too old to be worried about this kind of thing. “I was born here and I wouldn’t even think about moving over something like this.” Derbyshire police said that residents would see more officers in the area as inquiries continued. In a statement, Derbyshire Constabulary said: “An investigation into the circumstances is ongoing and people living in Somercotes will see an increased police presence throughout the day. “Anyone with concerns is encouraged to speak to officers but we would like to reassure people that we believe this to be an isolated incident.” Officers from Derbyshire Roads Policing Unit were first on the scene. They were then joined by the Amber Valley Response Unit and officers from Derbyshire Armed Response Unit. A police cordon was in place throughout much of Thursday. Police are now appealing for witnesses and have urged people to contact them by calling 101, quoting reference 21*686560. You can also call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. News Call to support food bank bid this Christmas SHOPPERS at a food retailer in Derbyshire are being urged to support its Christmas food bank appeal. Last year’s appeal across Co-op stores saw more than 45,000 items collected and 22,000 meals created. Now, Central England Co-op bosses hope customers will be equally generous when its 2021 appeal launches on Wednesday. Items that can be donated include shopping basket staples from tea, sugar and cereals to other essentials such as toiletries and hygiene products to ensure people can maintain their dignity during times of crisis. Alongside essentials, some food banks are also encouraging shoppers to spread a little festive cheer by dropping off a Christmas treat such as chocolate. Central England Co-operative corporate responsibility manager Hannah Gallimore said: “Over the past few years, the appeal has supported our food bank partners to create and provide thousands of meals to help people in need over the Christmas period and sadly this year that need has only grown as the impact of the pandemic and the cost of living crisis hits people across our communities. “We are also issuing a plea on behalf of food banks to help spread a little Christmas cheer by donating a nice treat into our special collection points. All we are asking is for people, if they can, to drop off one or more items into our food bank collection points this Christmas and help make a real difference in their community.” The appeal will run until December 31. The items will then be made into food parcels. These contain around 11 items and will provide at least three days’ worth of meals for those in need. Among the food banks Central England Co-op support is South Derbyshire CVS. Charity race night in memory of dedicated children’s nurse Stacey A HEARTbROkEN mum has paid tribute to a “thoughtful and dedicated” children’s nurse who was her “best friend” as well as her daughter. Stacey Fusco, from Swadlincote, was just 30 years old when she died earlier this year, leaving all those who knew and loved her in shock. Miss Fusco was a nurse in the oncology department at birmingham’s Children’s Hospital, a job that she loved and had worked in for seven years. Now her friends and family are set to hold a charity race night at The Foresters Arms, Swadlincote, this weekend to raise money in her memory. Stacey Fusco Her devastated mum Sue Eley said: “She was my best friend. I saw her every day and we used to do a lot of things together. We’re a very close family all of us. “When she went, she took a part of me and I will never be the same again. “We were very close. She was someone very special. She’s a big loss in my life and a big part of me that’s been taken – it just seems so unfair. I will very forget her.” Mrs Eley said Stacey was passionate about her job nursing seriously ill children. She said: “Stacey was very thoughtful and enjoyed a party. Stacey organised everything; if she went anywhere she had organised it. “She was also dedicated to her job as an oncology nurse and did get Flowers left near the scene of the fatal incident in Somercotes. Inset, police have launched a murder investigation emotional sometimes over it. “She worked hard to get where she was and people respected her for it. A lot of people Stacey worked with said how dedicated she was..” Miss Fusco, of Nelson Street, leaves behind her parents, twin brother Dean, older sister Jodie, older brother Gino, nieces and nephews Ethan, Ella and Vinnie, and Tina the westie. The full inquest into her death has yet to be held, but the opening heard she died from sertraline toxicity on April 20. Sertraline is an antidepressant. A charity race night will be held from 7.30pm this Saturday, November 27, at The Foresters Arms, in High Street, to raise money for the ward that Miss Fusco worked on at the hospital. It will be attended by friends, family, colleagues and anyone else who wishes to attend to raise money for the good cause. Martin bostock, who is known as “boz” and has organised the event along with Lorraine Herbert, said: “She was absolutely lovely; such a nice person. “Stacey was an absolute angel in every sense of the word and we want to remember her by raising funds for her ward at birmingham Children’s Hospital.”

6 DERBY TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 @derbyshire_live News By NiGEL SLATER Local democracy reporter nigel.slater@reachplc.com POLICE officers in Derbyshire are under new orders from the chief constable to help ensure women feel safer following the death of Sarah Everard and other recent tragedies. Lone male officers have been asked to try to make their interactions with women and girls as reassuring as possible, with the onus on them to do this, rather than the woman or girl they are dealing with feeling like they need to ask. The range of measures include proving their identity, via speaking with the Derbyshire police control room, when engaging with women in a public place while on duty. Officers must also use bodyworn video cameras, when available, during interactions and seek assistance from colleagues before making a direct approach to a lone woman. The new measures were intro- New rules for police officers before they speak to lone women it is for reassurance after sarah everard tragedy duced by Derbyshire police Chief Constable Rachel Swann following former police officer Wayne Couzens being handed a lifetime prison sentence for the murder of Ms Everard in March. As was widely reported earlier this year, the then Metropolitan officer Couzens used his warrant card and handcuffs to kidnap Ms Everard as she walked home in south London, before raping and murdering her. News of Ms Everard’s death triggered a public outcry with many women expressing personal stories of feeling scared and unsafe when out alone. Now, new measures taken by Derbyshire police were revealed during a Public Assurance Meeting hosted by Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Angelique Foster, who quizzed Derbyshire’s police top bosses over the issue of violence against women. Derbyshire police is not the only force to be launching these instructions to police officers. Police say the measures will be managed on a case by case basis. This means, for instance, that if a woman was seen committing a crime then the measures may need not apply, depending on the situation and risk to the public. The virtual Public Assurance Meeting was recently published on the Police and Crime Commissioner’s website after inviting the public to submit questions to Derbyshire police’s Chief Constable. One of the questions centred on women’s safety when being approached by a police officer. It was asked: “The police need to engage in an awareness campaign in Derbyshire to educate girls/ women on what circumstances they can be detained on if they were approached by a single male policeman (eg Wayne Couzens) – if women were educated on this, lives could be saved. What is the police doing to address this?” Deputy Chief Constable Kate Meynell said: “The Chief Constable has made it very clear that the onus is on the police service to ensure women and girls feel safe. The police service is obliged to ensure members of the public are fully informed as to the reasons why police powers are being exercised. This should not be a responsibility forced upon women and girls. “The Chief Constable has introduced additional measures to support this, which include the use of body-worn video during interactions, seeking assistance from colleagues prior to approaching lone females and confirming their identity and location via the force control room. “A workstream has also been commissioned, which is led by a senior officer this will examine all opportunities to ensure women and girls feel safe from harm.” County’s force standing against male violence by backing White Ribbon Day Derbyshire Constabulary is supporting initiatives against male violence. White ribbon Day and the following 16 Days of Action is a global movement to end male violence against women and girls. The force says it will be supporting the message with its ongoing controlling and coercive behaviour campaign, and will be highlighting signs of this kind of behaviour and signposting where people can get help. Chief Constable rachel swann said: “As a female leader, i am keen to play a key role in setting the example for our male colleagues and take a stand for women and girls. “i know that many men, both in Derbyshire police and in the wider community, actively support White ribbon Day and it is fantastic to see our male officers regularly showing their commitment to ending male violence. “in my role as the National Chief Constable Rachel Swann Police Chiefs Council’s lead for gender, i am all too aware of the national conversations happening around policing and that there is work to do to rebuild trust with women and girls. “We are listening to that conversation and we have taken action as a result – for example, we are working with our partners on a county-wide violence against women and girls strategy. “We are building upon work already in place, strengthening relationships with licensed premises, increasing officers in locations where offences are known to happen and working closely with key partners on a range of funded initiatives to make public places safer, especially at night. “There is more to do, but i hope that supporting White ribbon Day shows one small part of the work we are doing to make sure women and girls in our communities have confidence in us and feel safe to go about their daily lives.” The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner is running a survey to identify what makes women and girls feel unsafe in Derbyshire, where their fear of crime is greatest and what would make them feel safer. And the force says it wants as many men as possible to think carefully and make the White ribbon Promise to never commit, excuse or remain silent about male violence against women. To support this message by signing the pledge, visit www. whiteribbon.org.uk/day

facebook.com/derbyshirelive SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 DERBY TELEGRAPH 7 News By MARTin nAYLoR martin.naylor@reachplc.com DerBySHire murder accused Damien Bendall has now also been charged with the rape of a child – one of those he is alleged to have killed, the Crown Prosecution Service has confirmed. in a statement the CPS said that after reviewing further evidence from Derbyshire police, its lawyers authorised the extra charge of the rape of Lacey Bennett. Bendall failed to appear on a video link into Nottingham Crown Court from prison yesterday morning, where he was expected to enter pleas to four counts of murder. His barrister, Vanessa Marshall QC, said he was unwell. in a statement, a CPS spokesperson said: “The Crown Prosecution Service has authorised a further charge for Damien Bendall, 31, after reviewing a file of evidence from Derbyshire Police. He has now been charged with rape of a girl under 13. “Mr Bendall was previously charged with four counts of murder in relation to an incident in Killamarsh, Derbyshire. “All are reminded that criminal proceedings against the defendant are active and that he has the right to a fair trial. “it is extremely important that Quadruple murder suspect further charged with rape of child Floral tributes in Chandos Crescent, Killamarsh there should be no reporting, commentary or sharing of information online which could in any way prejudice these proceedings.” Bendall, of Chandos Crescent, Killamarsh, has been charged with the murders of Terri Harris, John Paul Bennett, Lacey Bennett and Connie Gent, who all died on Sunday, September 19. The deaths of 35-year-old Terri, her two children John Paul, 13, and Lacey, 11, as well as Lacey’s friend Connie Gent, 11, have shocked the An artist’s impression of Damien Bendall when he appeared at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates’ Court in September Helen Tipper / SWnS nation and prompted an outpouring of grief in the community where they lived. Hundreds of people attended a vigil for them on the evening after their deaths, while more than £20,000 was raised in their memory. Bendall is next scheduled to appear at court in person on January 4. A provisional trial date has been set to March 2022, and Judge Nirmal Shant QC remanded Bendall into prison custody.

8 DERBY TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 @derbyshire_live Wife’s rare heart News condition prompts Mark to run city’s half marathon By CALLUM PARKE callum.parke@reachplc.com.com A lovInG husband is set to take on the Derby Half Marathon this weekend to raise cash for a charity that helped his wife deal with a rare heart condition. Mark Bostock’s wife Julie was diagnosed with arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy (ARvC) in 2019, an inherited genetic heart condition that is particularly difficult to spot. Mum-of-two Julie, 52, now takes medication to manage the condition and has been helped by the charity Cardiomyopathy UK. Mark, 54, will take on the Asda Foundation Derby Half Marathon to raise a target of £1,000 for the charity through Just Giving, with the event taking place on tomorrow through the city centre. Mark, who is originally from Ilkeston, said: “In June 2019, my wife Julie was at work, she ran up some stairs and suddenly felt unwell, with shortness of breath. “After ECGs and blood tests she was sent home. The doctor suspected she was suffering from a condition called bigeminy which is basically an irregular heart rhythm, he said it was nothing to worry about, lots of people have this and advised us to go and see our GP. “The following weekend we were in northumberland sea kayaking with friends and she struggled, having no energy. She made an appointment to see our GP and after the consultation he made an urgent referral to see a heart specialist. “At the consultation he seemed worried and arranged for Julie to be admitted to hospital right away, he wouldn’t even let us go home to get a bag.” The couple have lived in Birmingham for several years with their two sons and led a fit and active lifestyle prior to the diagnosis, with Julie, who works for the nHS, trained as a lifeguard and swimming instructor. ARvC is a condition that affects the proteins which hold the cells of the heart together, causing the cells to come apart when the heart is put under stress. This then forms fatty scar tissue which stops the heart from beating properly. It can cause an irregular heartbeat and sudden death, although the latter is rare. The condition is passed down through generations, with Julie’s Mark Bostock and wife Julie. Right, the couple kayaking RACE INFORMATION The half marathon will begin in Iron Gate near Derby Cathedral and take runners through the city centre via the Market Place. It will weave through elvaston Castle Country Park, Alvaston Park, and back into the city centre to finish. The course has been described as fast and flat, with very limited elevation change. The events Village in the Market Place, including the race office, mum Sheila dying aged just 56 from dilated cardiomyopathy, a similar condition, in 2004. Cardiomyotherapy UK says that the condition can be very hard to spot, and although around one in 10,000 people is believed to have it, the true figure might be much higher. Symptoms can include palpitations, light-headedness, fainting and breathlessness, as well as swollen ankles, tummy and legs. The charity is connected to a network of support groups across the country, which Mark says have been of great benefit in helping the couple to understand the condition. assembly areas, and baggage stores will open at 7.15am. Those taking part in the main race are encouraged to join the warm-up at 8.55am. As well as the main race, there will also be a wheelchair race starting two minutes before the half-marathon, and a Derby 5-mile, starting at 9.30am. Anyone showing symptoms of coronavirus is asked not to attend and face coverings are strongly advised both pre- and post-race. He said: “The charity put us in touch with this support group in late 2019. This support group is for people with the same condition, but it’s quite a rare condition. “We’ve only had one face-to-face meeting back in March 2020, before everything was locked down. But it was so useful to go there, speak to people who had the condition and compare notes, and get a handle on their experiences and how they coped with the condition. “I want to try and raise a bit of money. I’m a fair way there, but hopefully I can boost it.” It is also the same condition that A previous Derby half marathon. This year’s event will begin in Iron Gate caused the former footballer, Fabrice Muamba, to collapse on the pitch in 2012, aged just 23. Muamba was resuscitated after his heart stopped for 78 minutes while medical staff attended to him on the pitch. He later retired from the sport. In Julie’s case it is managed with medication and by wearing a heart monitor on her wrist, but she may in future need an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) fitted, which can shock the heart internally if she has a cardiac arrest. Mark has run the Asda Foundation Derby Half Marathon on several occasions and says his target this year is to beat a time of one hour and 40 minutes. Himself a type-1 diabetic, he regularly runs half marathons as a way of keeping fit. Formerly known as the Ramathon, the event starts at Iron Gate at 9.15am tomorrow and will welcome thousands of runners to the city. There is also a five-mile race, which begins at 9.30am. Ahead of the run, Mark has encouraged everyone to get checked if they have any heath concerns. He said: “We all know there are issues at the moment seeing GPs face-to-face, but if you do have genuine concerns you are going to have to insist to see somebody. “Any concerns, you have got to get it checked out.” You can donate to Mark’s collection on his Just Giving page. ROAD CLOSURES ■A6 ■ Pride Parkway (Eastbound), Riverside Road to Station Approach - 08:15 - 13:00 ■A6 ■ Pride Parkway, Ascot Drive to Roundhouse Road - 8.15am-10.45am ■Albert ■ Street – St Peter’s Street to Morledge - 08.15am-1pm ■B5010 ■ (Eastbound), Thulston Roundabout to Broad Lane - 08.15am- 1.15am ■B5010 ■ (Northbound, Broad Lane to River Derwent Bridlepath - 08.15- 12pm ■Blue ■ Peter Roundabout (Eastbound), 9am-10.30am ■Babington ■ Lane, Gower Street to St Peter’s Street - 8.15am-10am ■Bold ■ Lane, - 8.15am-10am ■Bradshaw ■ Way, 9am-10.15am ■Cathedral ■ Road - 8.15am-10am ■Corporation ■ Street - 8.15am-1pm ■Cheapside, ■ Friar Gate to The Strand - 8.15am-10am ■Derwent ■ Parade, Wyvern Way to Royal Way/Riverside Road - 8.15am-12.45pm ■Derwent ■ Parade, Royal Way to A6 Pride Parkway - 8.15am-10.45am ■Derwent ■ Street, Full Street to Exeter Place - 8.15am-1pm ■Full ■ Street, (Derwent Street to Queen Street) - 8.15am-1pm ■Iron ■ Gate, (Queen Street to Market Place) - 4am-4pm ■Jury ■ Street, Cavendish Court to St Mary’s Gate - 8.15am-10am ■London ■ Road, St Peter’s Street to Traffic Street - 8.15am-10am ■London ■ Road, Royal Telegraph Roundabout (Traffic Street) to Dunelm Roundabout (Harrow Street) - 8.15am-10.30am ■London ■ Road (Eastbound), Ascot Drive to Raynesway - 8.15am-10.30am ■Morledge ■ Bus Station to Corporation Street - 8.15am-1pm ■Osmaston ■ Road, Bradshaw Way to London Road - 8.15am-10am ■Pride ■ Parkway Roundabout (Eastbound), - 9am-10.15am ■Queen ■ Street, Full Street to Iron gate - 4am-4pm ■Riverside ■ Road, The Whole - 8.15- 12.45pm ■Royal ■ Way, 8.15-10.45am ■Shardlow ■ Road (Eastbound), (Raynesway to Thulston Roundabout) - 8.15am-11am ■St ■ Mary’s Gate, The Whole (Queen Street to Jury Street) - 4am-4pm ■St ■ Peter’s Street, Victoria Street to ■London ■ Road - 8.15am-10am ■The ■ Strand, 8.15am-10am ■Texaco ■ Roundabout (Eastbound) - 9 am-10.30am ■Traffic ■ Street, London Road to Morledge - 9am-10am ■Victoria ■ Street - 8.15am-10am ■Walker ■ Lane, 8.15am-10am ■There ■ will also be a suspension of one-way traffic flow on St Michael’s Lane, from Queen Street to Sowter Road. ■As ■ well as road closures, there are parking restrictions in place both today and tomorrow in Babington Lane, St Peter’s Street, Full Street, London Road, Ascot Drive, Shardlow Road, Main Road and Oak Road in Thulston.

facebook.com/derbyshirelive By ZEnA HAwLEY zena.hawley@reachplc.com STAff and pupils are celebrating after Government inspectors decided to rate a Derby primary school as “good”, four years after it was told it was “inadequate” and placed in special measures. Breadsall Hill Top Primary School has been on a rapid journey of improvement since it joined the Transform Trust in 2017 and became an academy, just months after its poor Ofsted inspection. In the interim, and despite the disruption caused by the pandemic, the school’s leaders and staff have continued their pursuit to improve the school, resulting in a huge boost from the latest inspection, which took place last month. The newly-published report, which praises leaders’ efforts since the previous inspection, says that “pupils are happy and enjoy being at Breadsall”. They told the inspectors that the school “has got much better” and that they “are proud of this”. The report goes on to say: “Pupils enjoy learning the curriculum. They work hard in lessons. Teachers make sure that lessons are interesting and engaging. One pupil summed up many when they said: ‘Lessons are fun and I learn lots of things.’ Pupils behave well. They understand why it is important to follow the school rules. “They enjoy earning the school rewards that are available, including the chance tokens. They know how to use the ‘zones of regulation’ to manage their own behaviour. “They know they can ask adults for help by using the worry boxes in classes.” The report notes that since the school opened, leaders from the multi-academy trust have put in place a leadership team “charged with driving and securing improvements to the school.” Governors are said to provide the “right amount of challenge and support, and help leaders to bring around such improvements”. A new programme for teaching phonics was introduced shortly before the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. The phonics programme sets out which sounds pupils will learn and when. The report says that pupils learn and remember these well and that teachers “foster a love of reading”. Pupils read a wide range of texts by different authors. They read regularly at home and at school and teachers read to pupils daily. It was also noted that staff help pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) to learn the school’s curriculum. The report said: “Checks are made to ensure that the help these pupils get is working well. “Changes are made quickly where it is not. Pupils behave well. They listen carefully to what adults say and follow instructions. Pupils’ pride as their school is transformed to rate as ‘good’ “They are polite and courteous to staff, each other and visitors. When pupils do not follow the school’s rules they get support to improve their behaviour.” The inspection team spoke to staff and governors, as well as pupils and also took account of the 25 responses to the Ofsted parent view survey and 15 written comments from parents. They also considered the 20 responses to Ofsted’s staff survey. An inspector spoke informally to parents outside the school. Head teacher Matt Lawrence, who joined the St Andrew’s View school in 2019, said: “I am really pleased that our school, our children and our incredible staff have been recognised for all the hard work and commitment in bringing about these high standards. “The community should expect to send their children to a good school and the children should be entitled to attend one. “The way that we continue to work in partnership together remains critical to ensuring that our children continue to have the very best education that they deserve. Head teacher Matt Lawrence with pupil Maisie it was put in special measures four years ago “However, our ambition does not stop here and going forward we want to become a centre of excellence, thereby ensuring that our school continues to go from strength to strength. “As with all schools, we have been through an incredibly challenging period and this outcome represents a remarkable achievement in the midst of both the pandemic and under a newly introduced Ofsted framework.” The 412-pupil school needs to complete the planning of its curriculum and to make sure that all teachers are following the planned programme when teaching phonics. Rebecca Meredith, Transform Trust chief executive, said: “Matt and his team are devoted to the children and their community, and I know they will continue to achieve great things. “It is wonderful that Ofsted has recognised the immense effort and improvement to date, the school’s inclusive quality learning and its pupilfocussed culture which is underpinned with kindness and fun.” The positive Ofsted report for the school comes days after nearby secondary school Da Vinci Academy was also rated as “good” for the first time ever. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 DERBY TELEGRAPH 9 Some of the pupils celebrate their ‘good’ Ofsted inspection News

10 DERBY TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 @derbyshire_live News A pArtiAlly sighted dog is one of 28 pets looking to be rehomed at a Derbyshire dog shelter during an event on Sunday. Kiara, a six-year-old dog, was placed into the care of the Just For Dogs shelter in Ashbourne after being found in romania. She was found with an eye injury, that staff at the shelter believe was inflicted on purpose. they said: “Kiara has been with us since the beginning of October. “Found, along with her six puppies – sadly only two survived – on a construction site in romania. She was struggling with a horrific eye injury that required emergency surgery. “the vet indicated it to have been caused by a mechanical trauma - romanian vet-speak for inflicted on purpose. We are all amazed that although thus far Kiara’s life has been hell and she has suffered greatly at the hands of mankind, she is such an adorable and trusting girl with the biggest heart. “Fully vaccinated, spayed, and Loving new home needed for partially sighted Kiara after ‘suffering greatly’ micro-chipped, Kiara is seeking a loving home.” Kiara is one of 28 dogs that will be looking to be rehomed at a new open event launched by the shelter. the event, on Sunday, is the shelter’s first since the pandemic began. Shirley read, chairperson at Just For Dogs, said: ‘We have toyed with the idea of undertaking various events since lockdown was lifted in the summer but have felt uncomfortable with the thought of thrusting people together to raise funds for the day to day running costs of our centre. “However, we now feel that, given the size of our centre with its huge, high-ceilings and well ventilated areas, we are able to welcome visitors in a responsible and safe manner.” A charity shop also on site at the centre will be open where visitors can purchase goods, as well as take part in a tombola, Christmas raffle and meet the homeless dogs desperately seeking homes. We buy any house! WE BUY HOUSES FOR CASH Sell in days – or in your timescale No fees & no obligation Any condition or location NAPB approved & RICS regulated GET UP TO £30,000 CASH ADVANCE Call us FREE today for a cash offer available 24/7 0800 031 9071 goodhousemove.co.uk BEST PRICE PAID Council will keep removing ‘tribute graffiti’ on bridge By CALLUM PARKE callum.parke@reachplc.com GRAFFITI on a Derby bridge commemorating a young man will continue to be painted over by the council after it reappeared earlier this week. Graffiti was sprayed on the Grade II-listed Handyside Bridge in Darley Park, near Derby Rowing Club, after Jack Dodder’s death in July. But after this was painted over by Derby City Council earlier this month, the name “Jack” had appeared on the bridge again by Tuesday. In a statement, a spokesperson for the council said: “We were deeply saddened by the tragedy of Mr Dodder’s death, and our thoughts go out to the family. “At the time of the incident, flowers and other memorial items were placed on Handyside Bridge and these were not removed by our Streetpride teams out of respect for Mr Dodder and the family. “The tribute graffiti was also left on the bridge as a temporary measure. Although no formal conversations took place, we understand that the family were aware that the graffiti would eventually be removed. “We do not believe permanent Graffiti remembering Jack Dodder was seen on Handyside Bridge days after it was painted over by the council graffiti on the bridge is the most appropriate way to remember Mr Dodder and further graffiti will continue to be removed. “Derby City Council’s Bereavement Services offer memorials to family and friends to remember their loved ones, these are located in the grounds of the cemeteries and crematoria or parks. “This may provide an appropriate and suitable location for Mr Dodder’s family and friends to remember their loved one.” The council added that it costs very little to repaint the bridge and generic colours are used on structures which are frequently targeted by graffiti so as to keep costs down. Handyside Bridge, a Grade IIlisted structure since 1974, is also known as the Friar Gate Railway Bridge and was built in 1878 by Andrew Handyside and Co, a Derby company. It originally was a railway bridge until the line became redundant in 1968. It became the location of several touching tributes to Mr Dodder following his death. The 22-year-old was found to have died by drowning in an inquest in mid-August after going missing from his home in Chaddesden just days earlier. His car was found in the Derby Rowing Club car park two days before his body was discovered in the River Derwent. A firework party was held on what would have been his 23rd birthday on August 8, on the bridge and Parkers Piece, in Chester Green.

ADvERTIsING FEATuRE great value Christmas dining and entertainment is coming to morley hayes - including festive sing-alongs and disco night fun The four-sTar luxury hoTel has a fanTasTic line-up of chrisTmas exTravaganzas which guesTs can aTTend This december - and There are discounTs on overnighT sTays Too Magical moments await at Morley Hayes this Christmas (Image: Cactus Images) As the nights draw in and the end of the year approaches, excitement for Christmas and the holiday season only gets stronger. And to celebrate, Morley Hayes has a fantastic line-up of festive events on offer. Choose from a night of advent with nostalgic carol music and hymns or a fabulous prosecco and pudding evening with disco and dance included. Christmas CraCker Party Night This will be a night to remember at the Pavilion suite. Arrive at 7.15 for dinner at 7.45 pm. This will cost £36 and will include a reception drink, two-course dinner, a luxury Christmas cracker and lots of dancing. These party nights will take place on sunday, December 12, sunday, December 19, Wednesday, December 22, and Thursday, December 23. Last orders will be 11.30 pm with dancing until midnight. This menu requires pre-order and pre-payment. Please book early as spaces for this event are limited. Christmas LuNCh Get in the festive mood with a lovely luncheon. Arrive at 12.30pm for luncheon to commence at 1pm. This will cost £35 and will include luncheon and a luxury Christmas cracker. These events will take place on Friday, December 3, in the Pavilion suite and on Friday, December 10, at Granary Loft. The last bar orders will be 4pm and the room will need to be vacated by 4.30 pm. This menu requires pre-order and pre-payment. New year’s eve Buffet aNd daNCe start the New Year with a Bang! Celebrate the New Year with a buffet in Rooster’s Bar Restaurant. The resident DJ will be spinning some of your favourite tunes from 2021 as well as a plethora of hits from yesteryear! Welcome 2022 with a sparkling firework display over the golf course, and traditional scottish pipes will play Auld Lang syne. Pricing is £55 per person. Last bar orders will be at 1am and dancing till 1.30am No children under 14 are allowed. This menu requires pre-order and pre-payment. But that’s not all. A golf resort set in landscaped gardens just outside of Derby, Morley Hayes includes a luxury 4-star hotel with two fabulous restaurants, known for serving exquisite tasting food and drink. Guests attending the venue for Christmas events will be able to order from its amazing winter menus - featuring family favourites of succulent turkey and chicken breast, fresh vegetables and stuffings, as well as homemade gravy and a range of puddings and cake for dessert. The hotel also has seasonal vouchers and hampers available to buy if you’re looking to make someone’s Christmas that extra bit special. And exclusive family and friends accommodation offers too. To find out what’s coming to Morley Hayes over the coming weeks, see below. Christmas masQuerade BaLL Friday 10th December 2021 Granary Loft The Christmas Masquerade Ball is a great opportunity to dress up and dance the night away. Enjoy a delicious dinner followed by dancing to the blissful soul voice of Errol Cole and our resident disco. Definitely dress to impress, black tie for the gentlemen and the best party dress in town for the ladies. 7.30pm arrival for dinner at 8.00pm £65.00 To include dinner, a luxury Christmas cracker, novelties and dancing to live music and our resident disco Last orders - 12.00am with dancing until 12.30am This menu requires pre-order and pre-payment; see terms and conditions No: C1 and C2 Christmas aCCommodatioN offers Morley Hayes has a selection of overnight stay deals on offer at its four-star hotel. Just in time for Christmas, potential guests can take advantage of a Christmas sleepover package - with special bed and breakfast rates when you attend one of the company’s festive events. Prices start from £72 per person and a special New Year’s Eve price of £85 is also available. If you’re looking to accommodate visiting loved ones over the Christmas period, then you can take advantage of the family and friends room offer instead. This special deal is only available on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day and costs £60 per person based on an executive room, £80 for a superior room and £110 for a suite. The evening also includes a delicious three-course meal - with the options to choose from traditional roast British turkey and all of its hearty stuffings, pan-fried sea bass or vegetable and rosemary wellington. Christmas pudding and warm mince pies will be served for dessert as well. The event will conclude with a disco. If you love great food, song and dance, you’re guaranteed to have a fantastic time. Event details: Thursday, December 2, at the Pavilion suite. Pricing is £65 per person. Arrival is at 7.30 pm with guests to be seated for 7.45 pm, with the disco to conclude at 12.30 am. Christmas siNg-a-LoNg LuNCh Get ready for a merry sing-along at Morley Hayes during selected dates next month Christmas is a time for caring and sharing, as well as singing - that’s why Morley Hayes has created a festive afternoon for all, complete with song sheets and a Christmas-inspired menu. The only things guests will need for this sing-a-long luncheon are bags of enthusiasm and their belting vocals. The hotel will provide all of the jingle bells, tasty food and Christmas crackers. Morley Hayes’ in-house entertainer will add to the festive delight with a repertoire of Christmas classics, as well as a few throwback hits. The event lunch menu will include traditional roast turkey with stuffing, loin of pork, pan-fried fillet of sea bass and homemade gravy, with chocolate and hazelnut delice and British cheese for dessert. We think Yule love this Christmas-do for sure. Event details: Wednesday, December 8, Thursday, December 9, Wednesday, December 15, and Thursday, December 16, at the Pavilion suite. Pricing is £30 per person. Arrival is at 12.30pm for luncheon at 1pm until 4.30pm. Last bar orders are to be made by 4pm. PuddiNg aNd ProseCCo Party Indulge your taste buds in the finest sweet treats and wine at Morley Hayes’ pudding and prosecco night Dessert and wine lovers are in for a treat as this spectacular event is bound to indulge taste buds. Guests will be treated to an extravagant array of puddings, following a light supper and two bubbling glasses of prosecco per person. The seasonal lunch menu includes offerings of roast chicken breast and Lincolnshire poacher souffle with brandy cream sauce, potatoes and vegetables. For dessert, diners can indulge in a wide selection of puddings including orange and passion fruit tart, warm sticky ginger pudding, Italian meringue, jugs of Duffle dairy double cream, lime posset and exotic fruit. As the evening unfolds, guests will be able to kick off their heels at Morley Hayes’ exclusive disco and dance off their puddings into the night. Event details: Thursday, December 16, at the Pavilion suite. Pricing is £36 per person. Arrival is at 7.15pm for dinner at 1pm until 7.45pm. The event closes at midnight and the last bar orders are to be made by 11.30pm. sPread the festive Cheer Morely Hayes hampers are made from locally sourced and hand-wrapped products There’s no greater joy than giving and receiving gifts during the Christmas period. To celebrate all things festive, Morley Hayes gift vouchers are available to use throughout the venue. From family dining at the Dovecote Restaurant or Roosters Bar Bar Restaurant, or joining friends or colleagues for a round of golf, afternoon tea or champagne breakfast. And couples can even spend the vouchers for a night of luxury in the venue’s four-star hotel. Morley Hayes Christmas hampers are also available for bringing a sparkling festive touch into your home this winter, and each one is full of special treats and gifts. Boxing Day Beer Hamper £35 All of these treats are delivered by Morley Hayes personally. 0-5 miles £3, 5-10 miles £5, 10 -15 miles £10 and over 15 miles price on application. Morley Hayes has a raft of accolades to be proud of, carrying off the prestigious title of Overall Winner of the Marketing Derby Food and Drink Awards 2021 and also the Customer service Award. The venue also collected the Business Masters 2021 Family Business Award as well as also being awarded the 2 star rosette again. For more information regarding Derby Business Partnerships, contact Donella Thompson on 07770 800958 or donella.thompson@reachplc.com

12 DERBY TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 @derbyshire_live News / National Airline’s £1bn losses Middle Ground Growers, from left: Hamish Evans, Xavier Hamon, Olivia Rhodes and Sammy Elmore eASYJeT is set to reveal losses of more than £1billion last year as Covid wreaked havoc on the travel industry. The airline group has suffered a turbulent 12 months on the back of fluctuating travel restrictions across europe, which caused the business to cut flight numbers heavily as holidaymakers stayed in the UK. Bosses will be looking to reassure investors on Tuesday that plans to ramp up flights will go ahead. Black Friday record UK retailers were poised for a record Black Friday as early data showed shoppers were spending more than they did before the pandemic. Figures from Barclaycard - showing credit card spending from midnight to 1pm yesterday - revealed sales volumes increased by 4.2% compared with Black Friday in 2019. this also represented a 23.3% increase on volumes against 2020, Barclaycard said. Hotel arson inquiry A fire which reduced one of the best-known restaurants in the north of england to “ashes” is being treated as arson. The thatched, 14th-century Star inn at Harome, a Michelin-starred restaurant near Helmsley, North Yorkshire, was devastated by a blaze which started on Wednesday evening. saturday £30,000 for every ticket in this winning postcode AB54 8ED Huntly For Sale By Auction - Friday 17 th December The auction will be conducted by our auctioneer, Andrew Parker, broadcast live online with remote bidding only. Please visit our website to submit a bid. Commencing at 10:00am Building Plots rear of The Elms, 27 Church Lane, Barrow-on-Trent • 2 large building plots in beautiful secluded village location • Full detailed planning approved for 2 x 4 bed detached houses • Planning Ref: DMPA/2020/0687 • Houses 1800 - 2,000sq ft with home offices and garaging • Clean and green site in quintessential English village *Guide Price: £275,000+ (plus fees) Telephone, proxy and internet bidding available www.sdlauctions.co.uk | 0800 046 5454 *Each property is subject to a Reserve Price which would ordinarily be within + or - 10% of the quoted Guide Price. Therefore the property may not be able to be purchased at the quoted Guide Price. Both Guide and Reserve Prices can be subject to change up to and including the day of the auction. For a full explanation go to www.sdlauctions.co.uk/glossary. All Guide Prices are subject to additional non-optional fees, including the buyers administration fee. Farmers plant savings in eco future FoUr young farmers have spent their life savings on 16 acres of land to build an eco-farm that could feed more than 400 families. Middle Ground Growers have already spent £210,000 to purchase grassland in Bath but need to raise a further £95,000 to complete their farm. Co-founder Hamish evans said the group hopes the campaign will inspire a cultural change in farming and the UK’s relationship with food. “it’s a really beautiful, meaningful livelihood that stemmed from a kind of ecological grief,” the 23-year-old told the Pa news agency. “our farm is about connecting people back to the land, as part of the local food movement. it is about creating different cultural norms through different eating habits and a lifestyle that minimises the impact on the environment.” Middle Ground Growers is made up of: Mr evans; Xavier Hamon, 35; olivia rhodes, 31 and sammy elmore, 28 and a host of volunteers. Money raised will go towards helping the group complete their 16-acre site at Weston spring Farm. Donors are also offered the chance to name an orchard tree as an environmentally conscious gift this Christmas. ‘Possible’ Covid variant is in UK already – expert It Is possible that a new worrying variant of coronavirus is already in the UK though signs are reassuring, an expert at the Health security Agency (UKHsA) has said. Dr susan Hopkins, chief medical adviser of the UKHsA, said scientists are very concerned about the new variant found in south Africa, Botswana, Hong Kong and Israel, though no cases have been detected in the UK. transport secretary Grant shapps said the UK was “buying time” by adding south Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Eswatini, Zimbabwe and Namibia to its travel red list, adding that the Government was taking a “safety-first approach”. Passengers arriving into the UK from these countries from 4am on sunday will be required to book and pay for a Governmentapproved hotel quarantine for 10 days. scientists around the globe are worried about the “horrific” number of mutations on the virus spike protein in the variant, which they fear could make it highly transmissible, more deadly and make vaccines less effective. Dr Hopkins told BBC Radio 4’s today programme that the variant had around “30 different mutations that seem relevant - that’s double what we had in Delta (variant)”. she added: “If we look at those mutations, there’s mutations that increase infectivity, mutations that evade the immune response Dr Susan Hopkins both from vaccines and from natural immunity, mutations that cause increased transmissibility. It’s a highly complex mutation, there’s also new ones that we have never seen before.” she said the variant was the “most worrying” seen by scientists but much was as yet unknown. Asked if it was possible the variant was already in the UK, she said: “Well, it’s always possible. We have no cases identified whatsoever yet, nothing in our genome sequencing... so overall, I think the situation is reassuring in-country, but of course, people are arriving every day.” Asked on ItV’s Good Morning Britain how likely it was the variant would come to the UK, Dr Hopkins said: “I think the measures that we take on borders are there to delay, to slow, to allow us to have time to gain more information.” she added: “the fact this virus is resurging on a very immune population (in south Africa) is worrying. Clearly vaccines will help, because they will boost the antibody responses and the t-cell responses in our body, which will help us fight variants, so global vaccination is a key component. “But also we need to watch and wait and see as these new variants emerge. And I think this shows that we may need new vaccines in the future.” she said flu vaccines change every year and suggested the idea of having new vaccines for coronavirus was not surprising. Mr shapps said the Government acted as soon as the UK’s chief medical officers came to ministers following their meeting at around 4pm on thursday. He said: “I think all the history of coronavirus suggests that it is best to act quickly, determine the extent of the way that the virus interacts with vaccines, treatments, transmissibility and then give yourself a bit more time. “It is inevitable, of course, that it will go all around the world if it is going to do so. “so this doesn’t prevent it from coming here, but it slows things up and gives us the chance to grow the cultures and test those questions about vaccines and treatments against it.”

facebook.com/derbyshirelive People walk through the looted streets of Chinatown in Honiara, Solomon Islands SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 DERBY TELEGRAPH 13 News / World Islands ravaged by violence Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has blamed foreign interference over his government’s decision to switch alliances from Taiwan to Beijing for anti-government protests, arson and looting that have ravaged the capital Honiara in recent days. But critics also blamed the unrest on complaints of a lack of government services and accountability, corruption and foreign workers taking locals job. Mr Sogavare angered many in 2019 when he cut the country’s diplomatic ties with Taiwan. A plane carrying Australian police and diplomats arrived late on Thursday in Honiara, where they will help local police efforts to restore order after a second day of violent anti-government protests, Australia’s defence minister Peter Dutton said. Czech PM delayed as coronavirus rate soars Coronavirus infections in the Czech Republic have jumped to a record high, a surge that has affected the country’s president and delayed the appointment of the new prime minister. The Health Ministry said the daily tally of new cases was 27,717 on Thursday. That is almost 2,000 more than the previous record, set on Tuesday. The country’s infection rate has risen to a new high of 1,231 new cases per 100,000 people over the past seven days. Meanwhile, Czech President Milos Zeman is set to be discharged from Prague’s military hospital today. Yesterday he was discharged following more than a month’s treatment for an unspecified illness, but was readmitted only hours later after testing positive for Covid-19. The president received monoclonal antibodies and has no symptoms of Covid-19, the hospital said. Mr Zeman, 77, had been taken to the hospital on October 10, a day after the election for the lower house of parliament, to be treated in an intensive care unit. His condition was attributed to an unspecified chronic disease. The presidential office said that following his discharge the president will swear in Petr Fiala, the leader of a coalition that won the election, as the country’s new prime minister. The ceremony had been due to take place yesterday. “It’s in the interest of everyone to have a new government soon,” Fiala said. The office said the ceremony would be organised in line with current coronavirus measures but the details were not known. Those who test positive must isolate. The new record surge was reported a day after the Czech government declared a 30-day state of emergency and imposed additional coronavirus restrictions in its effort to tackle the pandemic. Among the other measures that took effect yesterday, all Christmas markets were banned, along with drinking alcohol in public places. Bars, restaurants, night clubs, discos and casinos have to close at 10pm. Milos Zeman The number of people at culture and sports events will be limited to 1,000 - and they have to be vaccinated or have recovered from Covid-19 - while all other public gatherings can be attended by up to 100 visitors, down from 1,000. The nation of 10.7 million has registered 32,643 deaths. The Czech Republic has also banned entry to foreigners who have spent more than 12 hours in the past two weeks in South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Mozambique and Zambia in reaction to the new coronavirus variant, the Foreign Ministry said on Friday. The exceptions include EU nationals and long-term Czech residents.

14 DERBY TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 @derbyshire_live Your Views ON THIS DAY 701: Anders Celsius, Swedish astronomer who created the centigrade temperature scale, was born in Uppsala. 1914: The first two trained policewomen to be granted official status in Britain, Miss Mary Allen and Miss E F Harburn, reported for duty at Grantham. 1919: A massive meteor landed in Lake Michigan. 1942: As German troops arrived in Toulon, the French fleet was scuttled in the harbour to prevent the warships falling into enemy hands. 1944: Between 3,500 and 4,000 tons of high explosives went off in a cavern beneath Staffordshire, killing 68 people and wiping out an entire farm. 1963: The Buchanan Committee warned of future chaos as traffic in cities multiplied. 1967: President de Gaulle President de Gaulle vetoed Britain’s entry into the Common Market. 1975: Ross McWhirter was shot dead by Irish gunmen at his home in London. With his twin brother, Norris, he edited The Guinness Book Of Records. 1990: John Major became prime minister at 47, the youngest PM that century. ON THIS DAY LAST YEAR: Iconic singer and actress Cher was in Pakistan, to celebrate the departure of Kaavan, dubbed the “world’s loneliest elephant”. STAR BIRTHDAYS John Alderton, actor, 81; Randy Brecker, jazz trumpeter, 76; Charlie Burchill, rock guitarist (Simple Minds), 62; Robin Givens, actress, 57; Roberto Mancini, football manager, 57; Gary Lucy, actor, John Alderton 40. GIANT ANTIQUE & COLLECTORS FAIR ALFRETON LEISURE CENTRE THIS SUNDAY 28TH NOVEMBER 9am - 4pm 100 stalls with many new and exciting dealers ½ price entry for 1 person (bring this advert) Hollycourt Fairs 07985 656 425 or 0113 345 8584 I’m voting for change to cabinet system I was interested to read a letter by Alan Lindsey headed “Is city council democracy or dictatorship?” (November 19). I agree with him. It appears that Chris Poulter, Tory leader of the council, can only be characterised as such, when considering the way the council is run with the cabinet system. I am sure a lot of people like myself are not aware of this lack of democracy in our council. With this cabinet-led system we are paying for councillors who cannot represent the people in their wards effectively. This, clearly, can have a detrimental effect on the quality of people’s lives and as we have seen, a decline in what the city has to offer, many people choosing not go into town and shop else where. I read recently that the councillors have been given an increase in their allowances by an eye-watering 14.4%. I can only assume this was “a strong cabinet model” decision. If this is an illustration of this system it’s little wonder that our council tax is increased each year by the maximum percent. It would seem to me that going back to a democratic committee system would go a long way to solving some of the problems that have been inflicted on Derby in recent years. I will certainly be going online and signing “Derby people’s petition” and when a referendum is held I will be voting for the change. J Rhodes, Darley Abbey Rail electrification must start now! IT is now confirmed the eastern leg of the new HS2 line from London to the north will terminate at East Midlands Parkway. Although this station is close to East Midlands Airport, there is no straightforward link to the airport. However, there are rail connections available from East Midlands Parkway to Nottingham, Derby, Leicester, Worksop and Mansfield. It has also been announced the electrification of the Midland Main Line from London to Nottingham, Derby and Sheffield will re-commence, since it was stopped in 2017, and then permitted to proceed at a snail’s pace to Kettering/Market Harborough. It seems obvious that in conjunction with this longawaited electrification, we should now take advantage of the additional benefits of electrifying other local lines, such as: (1) Derby, Nottingham and Lincoln Line; (2) Nottingham, Mansfield and Worksop; (3) Nottingham and Grantham; and (4) East Midlands LETTERS Get in touch – tell us what you think Email: opinion@derbytelegraph.co.uk FAITH FILES WHEN desperate, people do things they wouldn’t normally consider. If a loved one went missing, you would leave home – even on a dark, snowy night – to search for them. The homeless might ask for help from those they wouldn’t otherwise dream of. And as we’ve seen this week, refugees fleeing war or persecution often take unimaginable risks to start a new life. Conversely, if we don’t know we’re in need, we’re not prompted to take action. Years ago, people thought asbestos was fine, and breathed in the dust without concern. If the fire alarm doesn’t go off, we sit in the house until it’s perhaps too late. Sometimes we need a wake-up call to shake us out of our complacency. People often ask why God allows bad things to happen. It’s difficult to give a completely satisfactory answer. But sometimes it is that alarm, warning us of peril ahead. When all is going well in life, it is easy to think we don’t need God. A good job, comfortable home, loving family – what else do I need? Forget our creator, I’ve got everything I want. I can Parkway and Leicester. An advantage of this would be the improvement in east-west and associated local connectivity. There is no need to wait for the electrification to commence from Kettering/Market Harborough northwards. Electrification of lines around Nottingham and Derby should commence immediately, improving local employment opportunities. People are becoming increasingly aware of the huge environmental problems caused by diesel and petrol engines, especially on the roads. There is a similar problem on the railways, and the continuing use of dieselengine trains in this part of the East Midlands cannot be ignored. On the railways, electrification schemes are better viewed as a linked-up network, and it would look after myself, thank you very much. Yet we forget how fragile our lives really are until something breaks. It’s only when things go wrong that we realise the illusion of self-sufficiency is hollow. The Bible has many accounts of people who have turned to God in their hour of crisis, and realised that they need Him after all. And many others down the years have testified the same. Others instead shake their fists at God and blame Him for the evil around them. Yet it isn’t God who has caused this, it’s our choice to turn our backs on Him – who is actually our only true source of help. This only makes things worse. The world today is in a mess. Environmental disaster looms, new virus variants again on the loose, countries at war… the list goes on. How desperate does it have to get before we will return to the only One who can sort it out? The Bible promises that there will be an end to it all. But it is our choice whether we will see the benefits of it. What will you choose? Tim Gossling, Valley CiDS (Christians Involved in Developing Society) make sense to view the electrification of the Midland Main Line as part of an electrification system which includes most parts of the East Midlands. Conversely, there is a cost penalty for having small parts of the network outside the electrification scheme, and requiring its own separate infrastructure. The major difficulty with the current electrification plan for the Midland Main Line from London to the East Midlands and Sheffield is the timescale, quoted as within the decade. We cannot afford to wait up to 10 years. So many promises have been made, and so little delivered, that it is now essential to start levelling up the railway system in the backwaters of the East Midlands. The cost of these electrification projects pales into insignificance compared with the cost of the now-abandoned HS2 project from East Midlands Parkway to Leeds. John Flynn, by email Christmas gift for good causes SPECIALIST insurer Ecclesiastical is giving £120,000 to good causes as part of its annual 12 days of giving Christmas campaign. Now into its fifth year, Ecclesiastical is once again inviting Derbyshire residents to nominate a registered charity close to their hearts to benefit from this festive financial boost. Ten winners will be announced each weekday from December 6 to 21. Derby City Mission and Ashgate Hospicecare in Chesterfield were the local beneficiaries in 2020, following overwhelming public support in the county. It’s quick and easy to nominate a charity online. Nominations are open until December 20 and you can vote at www.movement forgood.com/12days. Winners will be drawn at random – and while it’s not a popularity contest, the more times a charity is nominated the more chance it has of being selected. Ecclesiastical is encouraging everyone to use their social media channels to ask people to vote for their favourite cause to give them the best possible chance of winning. Last year saw 285,000 people around the UK support the 12 days of giving Christmas campaign, with 17,800 charitable causes up and down the country receiving votes. Mark Hews, group chief executive of Ecclesiastical, said: “Our annual 12 days of giving Christmas campaign has supported hundreds of charities over the past four years and I’m delighted that we will once again help charities change lives for the better. We know that for many charities, £1,000 can make a real difference. We’re encouraging everyone to nominate a cause close to their hearts this Christmas to be in for a chance to win a festive financial boost.” Emma Wayman, Ecclesiastical

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It was taken during the floods in the grounds of Elvaston Castle SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 DERBY TELEGRAPH 15 Your Views ON THIS SUNDAY Peter Else took this picture of the low sunlight streaming through the trees in the grounds of Elvaston Castle and Country Park 1660: The Royal Society was founded in London. 1757: William Blake, mystic and visionary English poet and painter, was born in London. 1905: The Irish political party Sinn Fein was founded in Dublin by Arthur Griffith. 1919: Viscountess (Nancy) Astor became Britain’s first woman MP, holding a safe Plymouth seat for the Tories in a by-election caused by her husband’s elevation of the peerage. 1943: The Big Three – Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin – met in Tehran to “plan Enid Blyton strategy” and discuss post-war policy, including treatment of a defeated Germany. 1967: Horseracing was suspended in Britain after an outbreak of foot-andmouth disease. 1968: Enid Blyton, creator of Noddy and Big Ears among many other children’s favourites, died. 1983: The government announced an end to the monopoly by opticians on the sale of glasses. 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facebook.com/derbyshirelive SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 DERBY TELEGRAPH 17 News By AVA FORBES ava.forbes@reachplc.com Vaccination clinics in Derbyshire have begun a push to get people in the county vaccinated against covid-19 in time for christmas, according to the local nHS. clinics across the city and county are providing thousands of extra appointments, starting this weekend, with many slots being booked up quickly by people who want to be better protected from the virus during christmas festivities. Yesterday (november 25), 47,240 positive cases of covid-19 were reported in the UK and an additional 147 deaths, according to government data. in Derbyshire, appointments are available for anyone who is eligible, and many sites are seeing a recent increase in the number of people coming in for their first vaccination. according to the most recent government statistics, 88.4% of people in the UK have now received the first dose of a covid-19 vaccination. to book a vaccination, visit the national Booking Service website or call 119. Some clinics do offer walkin appointments, and a list of walkin options can be found on the nHS England website. Dr Steve Lloyd, executive medical Big push launched to vaccinate more people before Xmas LATEST cASE RATES REVEALED tHE latest update of Covid-19 case rates has been revealed for every local authority area in the UK. the figures are for the seven days to November 20. Data for the most recent four days (November 21-24) has been excluded as it is incomplete. Of the 377 local areas in the UK, 278 (74%) have seen a week-on-week rise in rates, 95 (25%) have seen a fall and four are unchanged. torridge has the highest rate in the UK, with 708 new cases – the equivalent of 1,030.3 per 100,000 people. the highest in Derbyshire is South Derbyshire with a rate of 517.7 after reporting 567 new cases. AREA RATE NOV 14-20 CASES RATE NOV 7-13 CASES South Derbyshire 517.7 (567) 408.2 (447) Erewash 458.7 (529) 420.5 (485) North East Derbyshire 436.3 (446) 510.7 (522) Chesterfield 427.9 (449) 476.5 (500) High Peak 399.4 (370) 399.4 (370) Derbyshire Dales 378.3 (274) 306.5 (222) Bolsover 375.1 (305) 383.7 (312) Derby 373.4 (959) 326.7 (839) Amber Valley 380.3 (490) 418.4 (539) East Staffordshire 550.8 (666) 498.7 (603) director of nHS Derby and Derbyshire clinical commissioning Group, said it was the start of an important period for the vaccination programme, with temperatures dropping and people gathering for family events over christmas. He said: “We know that winter brings increased risk of people transmitting and becoming ill from viruses like covid-19 and flu, so just that risk alone makes it important for everyone to get their vaccination Dr Steve Lloyd as soon as possible. “at christmas, a lot o f people will be travelling and meeting in large groups indoors, which is a perfect environment for spreading these viruses. Getting a vaccination helps protect you and those around you. “i really want to encourage people to book an appointment if possible, or walk in where that’s more appropriate, and get this protection. “if people have questions or are uncertain, then there are clinical experts at the vaccination sites who can provide answers and assurance.” Only £1.16 per can! Get £75 worth of beer for only £34.99 Includes: 30 Craft Beers • Magazine • • A monthly subscription of unique hand picked craft beers and lagers from exceptional small and independent breweries BLACK FRIDAY OFFER Save £10 RRP £44.99 SUBSCRIBE & SAVE TODAY AT HOPSMORE.CO.UK *£34.99 offer is only available to new customers. Hopsmore Beer Club Subscription is £44.99 per month thereafter. Please drink responsibly

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The Health Lo ttery logo is a registered trademark of The Health Lot tery Ltd. 18 DERBY TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 @derbyshire_live News Drivers are banned from the roads THE following motorists were disqualified from driving by Southern Derbyshire Magistrates Court for road offences. ■Charlie ■ Williamson, 29, of Brighton Road, Alvaston, was fined £100 and banned from driving for two months for speeding at 37mph in a 30mph limit in London Road, Derby, on December 22, 2020; at 61mph in a 50mph on the A52 in Derby on December 31, 2020 and at 57mph in a 50mph limit of the same stretch of road on January 11, 2021. ■Carl ■ Potts, 43, of Friar Gate, Derby, was fined £80 and banned from driving for six months for speeding at 65mph in a 50mph limit on the A52 in Derby on December 5, 2020 and for speeding at 61mph on the same road the following day. ■Geoffrey ■ Swan, 55, of Auriga Court, Chester Green, was fined £160 and banned from driving for six months for speeding at 62mph in a 50mph limit on the A52 in Derby on December 28, 2020. ■Andreas ■ Constantinou, 52, of Acresview Close, Derby, was fined £230 and banned from driving for six months for three counts of speeding at 65mph, 57mph and 68mph in a 50mph limit on the A52 in Derby on December 31, 2020 and on January 15 and 31, 2021. ■Louie ■ Watson, 20, of Ashbourne Road, Derby, was fined £216 and banned from driving for 28 days for three counts of speeding at 60mph, 65mph and 60mph in a 50mph limit on the A52 in Derby on December 29, 30 and 31, 2020. ■Thomas ■ Beal, 40, of Arthur Hind Close, Derby, was fined £486 and banned from driving for six months for four counts of speeding at above the 50mph limit on the A52 in Derby between January 6 and February 16, 2021. ■Christopher ■ Mason, 39, of Ormonde Street, Heanor, was fined £207 and banned from driving for six months for driving without insurance High Street, Loscoe, on September 13, 2020. ■Maddie ■ Parkes, 24, of Thorn Tree Lane, Newhall, was fined £110 and banned from driving for six months for driving without insurance in Civic Way, Swadlincote, on December 31, 2020. ■Revel ■ Pryce, 41, of Crewton Way, Alvaston, was fined £400 and banned from driving for six months for driving without insurance in Osmaston Road, Derby, on December 23, 2020. Idea for more zebra crossings on city streets By NiGEL SLATER Local democracy reporter nigel.slater@reachplc.com DeRby could be set for an influx of new zebra crossings after councillors voted in favour of a motion calling for pedestrian improvements. Derby could follow Greater Manchester and London in having a trial where new zebra crossingstyle markings are installed on a number of side/residential streets near to junctions, making them safer and easier for walkers to cross. The idea is at a very early stage, so it is not yet known which streets could take part if such a scheme comes to Derby. Highway Code Rule 170 states that drivers and cyclists should give way to pedestrians who have started to cross a road into which they are turning. Recently areas of London and Greater Manchester had a trial of new road markings where various studies and tests were carried out. According to the Local Gov website a report commissioned by Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) and conducted by industry experts TRL – The Future of Transport showed that vehicles giving way to people on foot went up from four in 10 to seven in 10 when the zebra markings were in place. but the motion claims the stripes “do not yet have Department of Transport approval”. The motion calling for improvements was called by Littleover Liberal Democrat Councillor Lucy Care and was supported by fellow Liberal Democrat councillor Mike Carr. It said: “Derby City Council recognises that many main roads for traffic are also useful routes for pedestrians. “However, unlike road traffic, pedestrians have to give way at every side turning. This causes delay to pedestrians and makes The Zebra crossing-style markings could look like this walking a less attractive experience. “Council notes that improving the walking experience will encourage more people to choose to walk rather than drive for short journeys. “Council is interested to learn that trials have taken place in Greater Manchester and London with zebra crossing-style stripes across side roads close to the main road on the pedestrian desire-line. “Results from these trials, overseen by the independent Transport Research Laboratory, have been positive, showing that most drivers give way to pedestrians wanting to cross.” The motion then calls on city council leaders to write to the Government to ask if the trial schemes can be further assessed and the “council agrees to volunteer to take part in trials”. The motion was overwhelmingly supported at a full council meeting held on Wednesday, meaning the ball can start rolling. Cabinet member Steve Hassall said: “The motion we are very much in favour of. I do have concerns around the safety aspect it and any letter I do write will reiterate the safety aspects that need to be considered. “The trials in Greater Manchester do focus predominantly on low-traffic residential areas and not in city centres, as far as I can make out. “The trials have stated that seven out of ten drivers give way, but that leaves 30 per cent that do not. While I’m in favour of this move, I want to see results focused on risk reduction and removal.” Labour deputy leader for Derby, Nadine Peatfield, supported the motion but insisted the idea was already in the party’s manifesto and accused other parties of “copying their homework”. “We like the idea so much we put in our Derby Labour Manifesto launched in May this year,” she told the full council meeting.

facebook.com/derbyshirelive Five police officers are served with misconduct notices over probe into Gracie’s death SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 DERBY TELEGRAPH 19 News Gracie Spinks with her beloved horse Paddy By JOSH PAYNE The police watchdog has served a gross misconduct notice to a police sergeant as part of its investigation into the contact the Derbyshire force had with Gracie Spinks prior to her death. Two constables have also been served with misconduct notices in relation to what steps were taken after a bag of weapons, including an axe, a hammer and some knives, were reported on May 6 and collected by police. The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) also says a separate sergeant and constable have been served misconduct notices “concerning how the investigation into the stalking and harassment allegation was handled”. Miss Spinks’s body was found in a field in Duckmanton on June 18. The IOPC confirmed Miss Spinks contacted the force in February 2021 to make an allegation of stalking, and an officer spoke to her and the man whose behaviour she had reported. A spokesman said: “Our investigation is considering whether the force carried out all its safeguarding obligations to Ms Spinks and whether its investigation into the stalking matter was carried out in accordance with relevant police guidelines and policies. “We are also looking into the actions and decision-making of police following the discovery of a bag, containing a hammer, an axe and some knives, in May this year. The bag had been found close to where Ms Spinks died several weeks later, and its discovery was reported to the force.” IOPC regional director Derrick Campbell said the watchdog had made “good progress” in its investigation but there was still more work to do. he said: “After consideration of evi- Inquest opens into fire death An inquest has been opened into the death of a Derbyshire man who died in a house fire. Robert Kugler was found dead on november 10, in Sanforth Street, Chesterfield. A post-mortem determined the cause of death to be inhalation of fumes and burning. Heart disease was a contributory cause. At the inquest at Chesterfield Coroners’ Court on Thursday, Sarah dence so far, we have reached a stage where we have now served disciplinary notices on five officers. The purpose of such notices is to advise officers their conduct is subject to investigation, and do not necessarily mean that disciplinary proceedings will follow. The serving of notices will be kept under review. “We aren’t able to provide more detail at present, but we appreciate the impact Gracie’s death has had on the local community and beyond and the importance of keeping people updated with our investigation’s progress. “We are keeping Gracie’s family informed and we note the work they have undertaken with others to campaign for Gracie’s Law to help better protect victims of stalking.” In a statement a Derbyshire police spokesman said: “We continue to support and fully co-operate with the IOPC investigation into the circumstances leading up to the tragic death of Gracie. We are keeping the IOPC up to date with a number of improvements we have implemented in recent months and we would encourage all victims of stalking and harassment to report incidents to us for investigation.” Chesterfield MP Toby Perkins said: “I would not want to pre-empt the outcome of the investigation whilst it is ongoing, but share the view of the family that there is significant cause for concern about the steps that could have been taken to keep Gracie safe and weren’t by Derbyshire police. “The circumstances regarding the bag that was found close to where Gracie was murdered several weeks later are very troubling and the issuing of a gross misconduct notice to a sergeant and misconduct notices to two constables is testament to the gravity of the concerns raised and the seriousness of the IOPC investigation into police failures.” Huntbach, assistant coroner, adjourned proceedings for further investigation. Mr Kugler’s wife was in attendance via remote phone link. Ms Huntbach said: “I’m very sorry to hear the circumstances that can only be described as very tragic, but be assured there will be a full investigation carried out and the final inquest will be listed as soon as we can”. no date was set for the final inquest. Delicately smoked for hours. Gone in seconds. Co-op Irresistible Beech & Oak Scottish Smoked Salmon, 100g, £5 (£5 per 100g). GHI Taste Approved. Participating stores. Subject to availability. Serving suggestion. Restrictions to Home Delivery and Click & Collect apply. Check coop.co.uk/store-finder to see your local Co-op services.

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22 DERBY TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 @derbyshire_live Food & Drink RAISE A GLASS WITH JANE CLARE I’m nothing if not predictable. I always kick off my festive columns with gift ideas. They’re to give you inspiration, but I like to leave this column “lying around” in unobtrusive places. Next to the milk in the fridge or Sellotaped to the toothpaste. Because I don’t suggest gifts lightly. They’re gifts I’d like people to buy me. I’ve met the creator of this first gift idea, Victoria Fitzgerald, who was enthused to develop it because she once ordered a cocktail and it was missing the naughty, but moreishly nice, salty rim on the glass. “If you are going to make a cocktail, for goodness sake do it well,” she told me. And so The Salty Rim Company was born. There’s a selection of salty or sweet “dips” in craftily designed tins to give the edge of your cocktail glass a finishing “brim trim”. It’s such a simple but fun way to bring a touch of expertise to a homemade cocktail. New for Christmas is a limited edition festive Santa Baby red and white cocktail rim sugar (the cocktail pictured above is a Cosmo). Others include Classic Margarita Cocktail Salt; Citrus Cocktail Salt; Chilli & Lime Cocktail Salt and a Bloody Mary Brim Trim & Mix. They’re £9.99 a tin, from thesaltyrim.co.uk. Talking of cocktails, the LAIBA Gift Set (RRP £59, online at laibabeverages.com, pictured) is an awardwinning range of bottled cocktails created by worldrenowned mixologist Michael Chen. The gift set includes eight luxury bottled cocktails, including Twisted Negroni with gin, Campari, Cinzano and Cocchi Amaro (yes please, says my note in the fridge!!) and Cold Brew Martini with vodka, coffee, black rum and salted caramel. You can’t go wrong with a gin, and for a bit of fun why not buy one in a light-up phone box. Find the delicious blue gin, London No.1 Gin in its stand-out gift box livery at Selfridges (£42.99). And you can never have enough glasses, in my humble opinion. My favourite selection is online at The Vintage List. There’s a range of handmade cut glasses, inspired by 19th and early 20th century English designs. Prices vary, but my random note next to the toothpaste says nonchalantly “a set of six champagne saucers with a gold rim design”. They would be £72. Happy gift hunting. ■ Jane is a member of the Circle of Wine Writers. Find her on social media and online as One Foot in the Grapes. DAME Mary Berry has worked in the food industry for more than five decades and is always keen to keep learning. The 86-year-old’s new TV series and accompanying cookbook, Love To Cook, sees her get to grips with preserved lemons and white miso, and she’s intent on bringing home cooks along with her. “I enjoy so much the teaching side,” says the Bath-born food writer and presenter, adding that, “Every recipe is achievable. It’s not too many ingredients, and they’re the sort of recipes that your family will go through.” Trained at Le Cordon Bleu and with aeons of experience to back her up, when you speak to her, Mary can’t help but share tips and tricks for making the most of your food – whether you buy it or grow it yourself. Here’s a handful of her best hacks... Grow your own lemons – and prune that lemon tree Mary has a lemon tree she “cherishes” – but she does have an edge: “I look round at other people who have lemon trees and they don’t prune it. I snip away at it in the summer in the growing season. “It’s a lovely shape and very dense now, wonderful green. I feed it and it’s in a very sunny spot.” It’s going into the greenhouse wrapped up for winter, but she says “the other thing you have to do is to pick the fruit. If you leave all the fruit on it, it doesn’t bother to turn the flowers into fruit.” Sow potatoes in big buckets In the new series, Mary meets a celebrated allotmenter, Terry, who taught her a few things about growing potatoes. “He grew potatoes, as I do, in big plastic bins,” she explains. “I said, ‘I’m waiting for the flowers on my potatoes’. He said, ‘You don’t want to do that, you want to put your hand down the side and see whether there’s any’. “So he put his hand down the side of his potatoes, no flowers on them, and up came little tiny potatoes and it was beautiful.” Multiply your supermarket basil Mary gets through a lot of basil in her kitchen – and she doesn’t Nordic seed aNd Nut loaf (900g loaf) INGRedIeNTS: Butter or oil, for greasing; 4 large eggs; 3tbsp olive oil; 50g soft dried dates, finely chopped; 5g sea salt; 75g pumpkin seeds; 75g sunflower seeds; 150g pecan nuts, finely chopped; 50g sesame seeds; 3tbsp chia seeds keep it in the fridge, because it likes to be warm. “If you don’t want to sow seeds, you can buy a pot in your supermarket and then nip out the tops, divide them up and spread them out in the garden,” she recommends. “They’ll grow well, or spread them out on the windowsill, so you’ve got more plants.” Make fresh herbs last longer Mary grows her own tarragon, sage, basil and rosemary, and is adept at keeping them fresh. “I put my herbs in a jug or a jam MeTHOd: 1. Preheat the oven to 180°C/160°C fan/Gas 4. Grease the base and sides of a 900g loaf tin and line with non-stick baking paper. 2. Break the eggs into a bowl and beat with a fork until combined. Add the remaining ingredients and mix well using a wooden spoon. 3. Pour the mixture into the loaf tin and bake for 45-50 doyenne of the Kitchen, Mary Berry has more tips and recipes to share expert tips from the Berry best Mary Berry is back with a new series and cookbook, Love To Cook. Ella WalkEr gets some top advice jar and slip a poly bag over the top and keep them in the fridge,” she explains. “They’ll keep very well. Parsley, whether you grow flatleaf or ordinary parsley, it doesn’t matter, they’re a very similar flavour – they will keep well if you’ve put the stalks in water.” Keep your roasting tin sparkling Washing up as she goes is classic Mary Berry, but if you’ve got a pan that really won’t shine, she has a back up plan. “If you have a really burnt dish that you’ve been roasting in, put a minutes, until golden brown and firm in the centre. 4. Leave to cool in the tin for five minutes, then loosen the edges with a palette knife, remove from the tin and place on a wire rack to cool completely. 5. Slice into thin slices to serve. Berry’s tips: Can be made up to a day before. Freezes well. Buy a pot (of basil) in your supermarket and then nip out the tops, divide them up and spread them out in the garden. They’ll grow well, or spread them out on the windowsill, so you’ve got more plants dishwasher tablet in it and pour boiling water on it and leave it overnight. You’ll be amazed how easily it comes off.” Why cauliflower is a bargain Love To Cook goes big on vegetables, and Mary is a particular fan of cauliflower: “A cauliflower to me is such a good buy. You can roast it, cut thick slices from it, you can fry it, and any of the bits that fall off round the outside, you can stir-fry.” How to cut waste Fully aware of the need to reduce kitchen waste, Mary makes “compost from everything that’s not cooked”, she says, and she’s also a big fan of using re-usable plastic boxes that have often had something else in. “I then wash them and use them again. I use beeswax paper for wrapping, it clings to itself and you can use it again.” On getting the right level of heat Everyone knows what spice level suits them. “My young (family) like chillies so that they jump when they eat them,” says Mary. “In the recipes, I always suggest a small amount. And if you want to add more, do. And spices – I love spices, I love curries. But I think you have to temper them to your family.” ■ Love To Cook by Mary Berry is published by BBC Books, priced £26. Photography by Laura Edwards

facebook.com/derbyshirelive SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 DERBY TELEGRAPH 23 Food & Drink sticky soy and ginger fillet(Serves 4) Ingredients: 1 large pork fillet (600g); 4 spring onions, finely shredded into long, thin strips; 1 red chilli, deseeded and thinly sliced; 2tbsp chopped coriander For the marinade: 4cm fresh root ginger, peeled and grated; 2 garlic cloves, crushed; 4tbsp soy sauce; 2tbsp sweet chilli sauce; 3tbsp honey Method: 1. To make the marinade, measure all the ingredients into a dish and mix well. 2. Trim any sinew from the fillet and discard. Sit the fillet in the marinade, season with salt and black pepper and turn to coat until all the fillet is covered. Leave to marinate for a few hours in the fridge. 3. Preheat the oven to 220°C/200°C fan/Gas 7 and line a small roasting tin with non-stick baking paper. 4. Remove the fillet from the marinade (reserving the marinade to use later) and sit it in the roasting tin. Roast in the oven for 25-30 minutes, until golden brown and cooked through. 5. Remove the fillet from the roasting tin and set aside on a board to rest. Cover with foil and leave for five minutes before carving. 6. Place the reserved marinade in a small saucepan and place over a medium heat. Bring to a simmer, stirring occasionally. 7. Carve the pork into slices and arrange on a platter. Pour the hot marinade over the top and scatter with the spring onions, red chilli and coriander. Serve with rice or noodles. Berry’s tips: Can be marinated up to eight hours ahead. If serving cold can be roasted up to four hours ahead. Freezes well raw in the marinade. lemon and lime meringue tranch pie (Serves 8-10) Ingredients: Shortcrust pastry: 150g plain flour; 90g butter, cubed; 2tbsp icing sugar; 1 egg For the filling: 30g cornflour; finely grated zest and juice of 1 large lemon; finely grated zest and juice of 1 large lime; 50g caster sugar; 3 egg yolks For the meringue topping: 3 egg whites; 175g caster sugar; a 12 x 36 x 2.5cm rectangular loose-bottomed fluted or tranche tin. Method: 1. For the pastry: Whizz the flour, butter and sugar in a food processor until they resemble fine breadcrumbs. Add the egg and whiz again until the dough forms a ball. Turn out on to a lightly floured surface and roll thinly. Line the tin and press the pastry into the sides. Prick the base with a fork and chill in the fridge for 30 minutes. 2. Preheat the oven to 200°C/180°C fan/Gas 6 and place a baking tray in the oven to get very hot. 3. Line the pastry case with non-stick baking paper, add baking beans, place on the hot baking tray and bake for 15 minutes. Remove the beans and paper and bake for another five minutes, or until the pastry is crisp and lightly golden. Leave to cool. Reduce the oven temperature to 150°C/130°C fan/Gas 2. 4. For the filling: In a pan whisk together the cornflour and 200ml water. Add the zest and juice of the lemon and lime and place over a medium heat. Continue to whisk until the mixture has boiled and thickened. Remove from the heat, add the sugar and egg yolks and whisk again. Pour into the pastry case and chill in the fridge. 5. For the meringue topping: Whisk the egg whites until stiff. Add the sugar a little at a time, whisking on full speed, until you have a shiny, glossy meringue. Spoon into a piping bag with a plain 1.5cm nozzle and pipe even blobs over the surface of the chilled custard in a neat pattern. If you don’t have a piping bag, you can use two dessert spoons. 6. Bake for 35-40 minutes, until pale golden on top and firm to touch. Leave to cool for 15 minutes before removing from the tin. Serve warm with pouring cream. Berry’s tips: Can be made up to eight hours ahead and reheated gently to serve. Not for freezing. Do not serve the pie hot, as the filling may be a bit soft and will spill out of the pastry case. 2 for 1 SKATING on the Real Ice Rink The Derby Telegraph has joined forces with Winter Wonderland Stoke-on-Trent open from Thursday 25th November - 3rd January (open everyday except 13th December and Christmas day) to offer readers 2 for 1 Skating Sessions on the Signal 1 Real Ice Rink. The Rink covers some 500 square metres, all ages will enjoy this wonderful festive experience. Winter Wonderland also offers Santa’s Grotto, a Bavarian Bar & Food, Theme park style Rides and much more providing a great day or evening of fun! Please visit www.winterwonderlandstoke.com *for more information - Opening Times - Special Offers and Advanced Tickets OFFER VALID MONDAY-THURSDAY. Voucher must be redeemed between 3.30pm & 5.00pm. HOW TO CLAIM All you need to do to claim your 2 for 1 Skating session is cut out this coupon and present it at the admission point when you visit Winter Wonderland, Stoke-on-Trent. Terms & conditions: Subject to availability. The Derby Telegraph cannot be held responsible for any accident or injury caused by participating in this promotion. Offer is valid from Monday to Thursday and vouchers must be redeemed between 3.30pm and 5.00pm. OFFER CLOSES THURS 16th DECEMBER 2021. Adult/Teen Skating £9.50, Child Skating (12 or under), Student Skating £8.50, Family Skating £32 (2 Adults 2 Children 12 or under). Skating sessions last 45 minutes, please arrive 15 minutes before the hour this will allow time to exchange your shoes for skates which are included in the ticket price. 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facebook.com/derbyshirelive SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 DERBY TELEGRAPH 25 TEASER Eight pages of puzzles, quizzes and sudoku STAR SEEKER Can you find the celebrity name hidden in this crossword? Complete the crossword in the normal way, then make a note of the letters contained in all the squares which are marked with shaded stars. These letters will make an anagram of the name you are trying to discover. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 ACROSS 7. Merited (6) 8. Empty (6) 10. Wrap up (7) 11. Irate (5) 12. Chances (4) 13. Disdain (5) 17. Perspire (5) 18. Inflamed eyelid (4) 22. Permit (5) 23. Remark (7) 24. Abandon (6) 25. Staggered (6) 9 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 H H 22 23 24 25 GOGEN H H H DOWN H 1. Evolve (7) 2. Supply (7) 3. Kingdom (5) 4. Gruesome (7) 5. Scope (5) 6. Remains (5) 9. Watcher (9) 14. Clumsy (7) 15. Surprise (7) 16. Protects (7) 19. Robust (5) 20. Near (5) 21. Awry (5) H H H General Knowledge Quiz 1. Which ceremony takes place during the third week of July on the Thames? A Duck Downing B Heron Lefting C Puffin Righting D Swan Upping 2. Who is seen as the traitor to the Labour Party despite being their first true prime minister? A Arthur Henderson B Stanley Baldwin C Ramsay MacDonald D Clement Attlee 3. Of which fruit are the honeydew and cantaloupe varieties? A Grapefruit B Melon C Strawberry D Apple 4. What distinguishes a Manx cat from other cats? A Its ears are more pointed B It does not have retractable claws C It has no tail D It is vegetarian 5. Which author and poet wrote the novel Diana of the Crossways? A Thomas Hardy B George Meredith C Henry James D Arnold Bennett 6. English singer-songwriter Tom Grennan found fame as the guest vocalist on All Goes Wrong by which electronic music duo? A Chase & Status B The Chemical Brothers C Shanks & Bigfoot D Everything but the Girl Tom Grennan See Question 6. 7. Which German engineer is credited with manufacturing the first car powered by an internalcombustion engine? A Karl Benz B Claude Benz C Mercado Benz D Richard Benz 8. Which British decathlete won gold medals at the 1980 and 1984 Olympics? A Roger Black B Dean Macey C Daley Thompson D Bruce Jenner 9. In Shakespeare’s play who killed Macbeth? A Duncan B Lady Macbeth C Macduff D Malcolm 10. In which musical is the song Seventy-Six Trombones featured? A Calamity Jane B Seven Brides for Seven Brothers C The Sound of Music D The Music Man 11. What sort of creature is a weever? A A rodent B A fish C A bird D An insect 12. Pyrexia is a technical term for which medical symptom? A Fever B Chickenpox C Flu D Cold 13. Which British novelist wrote The Power and the Glory and The Third Man? A John Grisham B Bruce Chatwin C Graham Greene D Laurie Lee 14. In which year did the Peasants’ Revolt take place, led by Wat Tyler and John Ball? A 1288 B 1423 C 1381 D 1501 15. Which Nobel Peace Prizewinning Norwegian explorer pioneered an identification card for displaced persons? A Fridtjof Nansen B Roald Amundsen C Christian Johannson D Jork Rikverg Insert letters to form the listed words, moving between adjacent cells horizontally, vertically or diagonally in any direction. Insert all the remaining letters of the alphabet (except Z) in the grid so all the listed words are spelt out in this way. Y M B L C T V J D BITE FOCUSED HEWS IMP JUSTICE MIX PLAY PRAY QUEST SKIN STING VOGUE A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y 1 2 3 Y B S D Q B F D L V N P AXLE DOVE FOREIGN HOLE NUT RIPEN SQUAWK SUBJACENT WAXY WORM A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y J X C K W G BLEAK DUPE FOX GREW HUMP JINX PLEA QUIVER SPELT VOICE WAVY A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y

26 DERBY TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 @derbyshire_live TEASER Your weekly puzzle challenge Kakuro Fill in the white squares with the numbers 1 to 9. Each horizontal block of squares must add up to the number in the shaded square to its left, and each vertical block must add up to the number in the shaded square above it. No number may be used more than once in any one block. 1 2 31 8 13 12 24 10 17 16 34 22 15 7 17 15 9 6 11 5 12 6 24 7 10 22 18 29 22 15 8 15 21 24 28 7 8 20 17 13 13 8 12 13 11 6 20 7 36 6 7 8 23 7 5 17 22 22 30 5 16 10 10 17 12 8 4 15 12 11 27 9 15 28 10 10 8 13 24 24 23 4 14 21 16 9 14 11 21 9 8 14 14 13 WORD LADDER Using the clues provided, fill in each step of the ladder with a new word, changing one letter at a time. 1 2 Support Tire out Coil Glance Hair ringlet STEM PROG ROCK Appear to be 3 4 16 12 16 34 23 6 26 14 24 21 11 14 20 9 7 12 18 13 13 42 9 10 11 9 4 11 13 10 22 19 14 17 7 21 10 7 4 29 11 7 7 8 9 27 10 4 12 15 9 18 15 12 10 7 12 11 8 13 20 20 6 13 18 25 26 22 12 11 15 21 23 7 12 9 9 11 10 10 7 13 12 14 15 8 3 CELL Outdoor garment Price Greatest Visualises Charges Touch Collapsed COAL TWO SPEED CROSSWORD This two-speed crossword has two sets of clues, but just one grid. If you can’t solve the Cryptic clues, try the Quick. Cryptic Across 1. Rose – taken from the garden? (3,3,2,3) 9. She’s not allowed in bed! (3) 10. It’s made to meet its match (9) 11. Fall into part of the main current (5) 13. Ruffian has weaved inside to land blow (4,3) 14. Circulates, so one says (6) 16. A grim following in the main (6) 18. The late converted into the quick? (7) 19. Tom’s turn to provide a saying (5) 20. How you may live if singleminded? (2,4,3) 21. One result of equality (3) 22. Final date in the Julian calendar? (4,2,5) Down 2. Admit changes now (3) 3. In three quarters of an hour two hundred take place (5) 4. Got leg broken? Wooden pin provided! (6) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 5. In favour of mixed sets of woods (7) 6. Lookout man? (9) 7. A handy man? (11) 8. Recovering from the most difficult part of steeplechase (7,4) 12. Don’t miss what is said to be a slogan (9) 15. Jackets for hippies? (7) 17. Released or shot (3,3) 19. It’s in human nature to feed the starving (5) 21. Sign of nerves in a stickleback (3) Quick Across 1. Arose (3,3,2,3) 9. Girl’s name (3) 10. Tobacco cylinder (9) 11. Encounter (5) 13. Attack (4,3) 14. Says (6) 16. At the rear (6) 18. Runner (7) 19. Maxim (5) 20. Alone (2,4,3) 21. Draw (3) 22. Day of Caesar’s murder (4,2,5) Down 2. Possess (3) 3. Happen (5) 4. Bar-shaped button (6) 5. Wooded areas (7) 6. Show-off (9) 7. Handler (11) 8. Recovering (7,4) 12. Slogan (9) 15. Jackets (7) 17. Excuse from (3,3) 19. Biblical food (5) 21. Twitch (3) Scribble pad Fog Herb ALPHAMUDDLE SPLIT DECISION Cross out one of the two letters in each divided square to reveal a completed crossword grid. A R L W A F S C T E E A S G R H MINE Rearrange the letters in the grid on the left to make five words that read both across and down. Five letters have been placed to start you off. E N V L V T E S A E P E I R N E A S E N A L A N T A E V N R K S O H E A S O L D C Y W T M S T W A H E R R S E S

facebook.com/derbyshirelive SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 DERBY TELEGRAPH 27 TEASER Your weekly puzzle challenge PATHFINDER Beginning with the top highlighted letter, follow a continuous path of words associated with the given subject. The trail goes through each letter once, twisting up, down and sideways, but never diagonally. Russell T Davies shows Q a s i l d n s l i s c a n d u r f h c r e w g s h r a s a e e o l k a s a n r e a h e l e h t v o n a r e y v a j h t s e d a t o c d e r a n a r d o c o o w r u m b d a e z v s n o m i h c c u c v e w i s a d c g n a n o s e t n s e i l t h b o b d r a e u r e n t u s g i e m m u r y d a e s n r d r n r e a s s a n r y c e y a e f u n l d i m a s a n a f m t o m i l m r a n d n a l l n o a l e r i g t o b a t c s s i t e v e n e h h w r o o d Sudoku Challenge Easy 7 5 4 9 1 9 2 7 6 3 7 5 7 4 8 2 2 1 4 9 2 3 9 8 6 9 4 7 8 1 4 6 8 3 5 2 7 8 9 2 2 3 4 5 8 4 9 9 1 5 3 6 9 7 5 6 6 9 1 3 5 4 4 2 9 7 7 8 5 9 4 1 MIRROR IMAGE Medium Which of the shapes below is an exact mirror image of the shape on the right? A C CLOCKWORD The solutions from 1 to 12 are all six-letter words ending with the letter D in the centre. Moving clockwise from 1, the letters in the outer circle will spell out the name of a US singer. 10 9 1. Interred 2. Entertained 3. Decayed 4. Torn 11 8 5. Gaped 6. System B D 12 7 D 1 6 2 5 7. Climb 8. Tended 9. Be imminent 10. Moved forward suddenly 11. Rare flower 12. Sorcerer 3 4 6 5 9 2 Hard 9 2 1 6 2 5 1 6 4 5 1 7 5 1 6 3 7 2 8 9 2 1 7 6 6 3 2 9 8 1 1 3 2 7 4 5 3 7 9 3 6 4 9 6 8 7 6 2 9 8 4 5 7 3 8 7 6 2 7 8 3 5 3 5 7 1 3 2 4 6 9 5 7 4 8 4 5 2 3 7 8 7 6 5 8 1 7 2 1 7 4 3 1 5 6 3 5 2 7 8 9 1 3 3 6 1 9 6 4 3 8 6

28 DERBY TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 @derbyshire_live TEASER TEASER Your weekly puzzle challenge B A D E 3 LETTERS APE ARE BOP HAM HER HUT SET TOT 4 LETTERS ANTI AVER BADE DEBT NECK RUSE STAB TACO 5 LETTERS ERROR FEAST GAMER MANES PAUSE TENSE 6 LETTERS CURSOR ISOBAR MASSIF SHEARS TENANT TENDER 7 LETTERS AUTOCUE DESERTS When you’ve completed the puzzle, rearrange the shaded squares to spell out a relation. We’ve given you one word to start you off. 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 15 16 17 18 19 20 19 20 21 WORD WISE The word may sound familiar, but do you know what it means? A A desert rodent that is a powerful jumper B A doleful person C A large wine bottle JERBOA FILL IN General Knowledge Crossword General Knowledge Crossword A Melancholy story B Vowel between consonants C A likeness ANALOGY ACROSS 1. Pacific port in British Columbia, Canada (6,6) 7. District of S.W. France on the left bank of the Gironde (5) 8. Musical term indicating that a piece be performed slowly and broadly (5) 9. Colour of the ball worth one point in snooker (3) 10. Olympic contest comprising ten different events (9) 11. 1987 story by Stephen King (6) 12. See 16 Down 15. Australian seaport at the mouth of the River Hunter (9) 17. Mr. Gershwin, songwriter brother of George (3) 18. Mr. ---, vicar in Jane Austen’s Emma (5) 19. Island north of Zanzibar which forms part of Tanzania (5) 21. Singer/actor whose albums include Songs For Swinging Lovers (5,7) DOWN 1. 1980 Olympic men’s 200m champion (6,6) 2. Food fish of the genus Gadus (3) 3. Style of architecture and decoration that originated in the early 18c in France (6) 4. Light thermoplastic material used for packaging and coatings on metals (9) 5. ‘--- Rides’, 1830 work by William Cobbett (5) 6. Vampire in a novel by Bram Stoker (5,7) 7. In Greek legend, a king of Phrygia able to turn everything he touched into gold (5) 10. Acolyte of The Three Musketeers (9) 13. City and chief seaport of Israel (5) 14. Bone in the middle ear also called the stirrup bone (6) 16 & 12A, 20. ‘The ---’, 1972 novel by John Irving (5-6,3) 20. See 16 Down BADE Solutions Sudoku General Knowledge Quiz 1 D; 2 C; 3 B; 4 C; 5 B; 6 A; 7 A; 8 C; 9 C; 10 D; 11 B; 12 A; 13 C; 14 C; 15 A Star Seeker Across: 7 Earned; 8 Vacant; 10 Envelop; 11 Angry; 12 Odds; 13 Scorn; 17 Sweat; 18 Stye; 22 Allow; 23 Observe; 24 Desert; 25 Reeled. Down: 1 Develop; 2 Provide; 3 Realm; 4 Macabre; 5 Range; 6 Stays; 9 Spectator; 14 Awkward; 15 Startle; 16 Defends; 19 Hardy; 20 Close; 21 Askew. Star Name: KEVIN HART. Gogen General Knowledge Crossword Across: 1 Prince Rupert; 7 Medoc; 8 Largo; 9 Red; 10 Decathlon; 11 Misery; 12 Method; 15 Newcastle; 17 Ira; 18 Elton; 19 Pemba; 21 Frank Sinatra. Down: 1 Pietro Mennea; 2 Cod; 3 Rococo; 4 Polythene; 5 Rural; 6 Count Dracula; 7 Midas; 10 D’Artagnan; 13 Haifa; 14 Stapes; 16 Water; 20 Man. Word Wise A. A desert rodent that is a powerful jumper C. 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US singer: BARRY MANILOW. 7 8 2 6 5 3 1 4 9 3 2 8 4 1 6 9 5 7 4 6 3 9 7 2 5 1 8 3 7 6 9 1 5 8 2 4 2 9 5 7 8 3 4 1 6 6 5 4 2 3 7 1 8 9 1 2 7 8 3 4 9 5 6 6 5 2 9 4 1 7 8 3 3 4 6 5 1 9 8 7 2 4 3 6 1 9 7 8 5 2 1 7 4 8 2 9 5 6 3 2 6 3 7 5 1 9 4 8 9 6 3 2 8 4 5 7 1 2 8 1 7 4 6 3 9 5 1 4 5 6 9 2 7 8 3 8 5 1 6 4 2 9 3 7 4 1 2 3 9 8 7 5 6 3 2 8 5 7 4 6 9 1 Easy Medium 9 2 6 7 3 5 1 4 8 4 3 2 5 8 9 6 7 1 8 7 1 9 4 3 5 2 6 1 6 4 5 9 8 3 2 7 2 9 1 3 7 5 8 6 4 7 5 2 6 8 9 4 3 1 3 5 7 6 4 2 9 8 1 8 6 3 1 2 7 4 9 5 1 2 8 5 9 6 7 4 3 7 2 8 6 9 5 4 1 3 5 3 2 7 4 8 1 6 9 6 9 5 1 3 7 8 2 4 8 1 9 2 5 6 7 3 4 4 6 7 8 1 9 3 2 5 5 2 4 3 6 1 9 7 8 4 7 2 9 8 3 1 5 6 9 2 5 3 7 4 6 1 8 8 5 6 4 1 2 3 9 7 Hard 7 3 9 8 4 6 2 5 1 9 8 3 1 5 7 6 4 2 5 1 7 2 6 9 4 8 3 4 2 1 6 8 3 7 9 5 6 3 9 2 7 4 5 8 1 9 8 3 4 5 2 1 6 7 1 7 5 2 9 8 4 3 6 5 9 1 3 6 2 8 7 4 3 2 8 7 4 5 6 1 9 6 7 9 5 3 8 4 1 2 5 2 8 1 7 9 3 6 4 8 9 6 2 4 5 1 7 3 2 9 3 7 4 5 6 8 1 7 1 5 9 8 2 4 3 6 3 5 2 6 1 4 8 9 7 3 6 1 9 8 2 7 4 5 2 5 6 4 3 7 1 8 9 4 8 7 5 2 3 9 1 6 Two Speed Crossword Across: 1 Got out of bed; 9 Ann; 10 Cigarette; 11 Incur; 13 Lash out; 14 Utters; 16 Astern; 18 Athlete; 19 Motto; 20 On one’s own; 21 Tie; 22 Ides of March. Down: 2 Own; 3 Occur; 4 Toggle; 5 Forests; 6 Extrovert; 7 Manipulator; 8 Getting over; 12 Catchword; 15 Reefers; 17 Let off; 19 Manna; 21 Tic. Word Ladder 1. Prog, Prop, Poop, Loop, Look, Lock, Rock. 2. Stem, Seem, Sees, Fees, Feel, Fell, Cell. 3. Coal, Coat, Cost, Most, Mist, Mint, Mine Mirror Image: B Split Decision A R R O W F E H T E A S E E D R R H Y M E Pathfinder Queer as Folk, Children’s Ward, Casanova, Torchwood, The Second Coming, Bob and Rose, Cucumber, A Very English Scandal, The Sarah Jane Adventures, Wizards vs Aliens, Century Falls, Doctor Who, The Grand, Banana, Years and Years, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Tofu, Mine All Mine, Revelations. Alphamuddle P L A N L E V E A V I A N E A R T E N S T E N S E Y B M X R F W U E O L T C S G A K N I P D V J H Q 1 Y D F H K Q I C E U B V L R A J M W O X P S N G T 2 D X J N H S Y E A L Q K C V P M F I O U G B W R T 3

facebook.com/derbyshirelive SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 DERBY TELEGRAPH 29 TEASER Your weekly puzzle challenge Giant Sudoku Every row, every column and every 5 x 5 box must contain every digit from 1 to 9 and every letter from K to Z. Y 7 Z 6 X S 9 M O X U 8 P N O 5 L 6 K 7 X O 9 1 2 W V U P S Q 4 V T N P 3 7 6 R K 1 V W Y K L 3 2 X 8 3 V 5 2 U Q R T W 8 O Y Q R 7 3 K 6 V T Z S T M Q Y U K 9 4 6 X U 1 N 3 V 2 P 8 V 9 M 4 S W 5 N 4 6 1 W L Q T P 9 Y L Y 2 U N R Q P L 5 9 Z M 8 K N 3 X W 2 5 T P Y 4 N O X 1 9 Q Y Z S L V T 6 S 3 V W Z R 7 P 2 M Y 4 7 8 O Q U X 5 9 N T W X Q M 6 R S 3 L 1 9 2 U K L 7 8 R V W Z Q K 2 X Y 5 6 M 1 4 T 7 8 8 Z U 4 R S T 6 L N Y 6 3 1 W K 7 V R M 7 O W S M 5 8 K 2 P 1 L 7 8 U N 5 P R W Z T 9 Z R S 9 P M Q X N O 5 4 Y ALPHADOKU Both the puzzles contain 9 x 9 sudokus but with the letters R to Z. NUMBERFIT Fit the listed numbers into the grid. 1 2 digits: 17 19 24 26 27 42 47 93 3 digits: 253 353 524 542 843 927 4 digits: 4828 4923 7299 9249 5 digits: 24695 48695 7 digits: 6248496 6498936 6548426 6738406 9 digits: 212232317 863482068 965202370 2 2 digits: 24 26 3 digits: 138 266 394 439 463 494 756 762 843 993 5 digits: 26769 32213 6 digits: 139266 144663 165992 693436 7 digits: 4598466 4754304 5272568 8493539 9 digits: 537928466 543644219 594723235 3 R Z R V T W Z Y S X Y T Z Y S W Z R T W V U S U R V W R T U Z S Y X W V Y X W R X X R S W Z T Z S 2 digits: 21 42 56 97 3 digits: 399 420 454 619 735 795 964 985 4 digits: 2503 3022 3719 5361 7133 7275 9428 9630 5 digits: 17958 71615 6 digits: 117675 138838 199827 901797 8 digits: 17559521 51983100

30 DERBY TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 @derbyshire_live TEASER Your weekly puzzle challenge REMEMBER WHEN The following events all occurred in living memory. Can you guess the year? A 1. President Marcos was toppled from power in the Philippines 2. Michael Heseltine resigned as Secretary of State for Defence 3. Swedish prime minister Olof Palme was assassinated 4. A nuclear reactor at Chernobyl was damaged in an explosion Arrowword Unit of liquid Carnival Show off Biblical twin Beer Pale colour Grass plant Eccentric Indian city Drift Verbal Priest Self Sienna _, pictured Sporting venues B 1. Eight of the Busby Babes died in or as a result of a plane crash 2. A Bear Called Paddington was first published 3. The first life peers took their seats in the House of Lords 4. Boris Pasternak won the Nobel Prize for literature Work garment Vehicle South American city Newt Tree Fury TV host, _ Carr C 1. Prince Charles was born 2. The HMT Empire Windrush bought a group of Jamaican immigrants to Britain 3. The railways were nationalised 4. Communists seized power in Czechoslovakia QUICK QUIZ 1. Which comedian presented ITV’s Alien Fun Capsule? 2. Of what is linguistics the study? 3. In which Italian city is the Brera Palace situated? 4. In Arthurian legend, which knight of the round table failed in the quest for the Holy Grail because of his love for Guinevere? 5. In everyday language, what is the time taken by the earth to complete one revolution around the sun? 6. Which British novelist and poet wrote Tess of the D’Urbervilles? 7. Which mathematical term describes a quantity larger than any that can be specified? 8. In which county is Dartmoor situated? 9. What do the initials NHS stand for? 10. With which sport are the Harlem Globetrotters associated? _ du Beke, dance pro Without delay Liverpool FC's nickname Norse god Doze Petroleum Amazed African country Military command (5,2,4) _ Cook, cricketer Choose Capital of Peru As well Attack Swindle Devoured Lead pellets Epoch Lures Operate Italian wine Floor covering Tyrannizes Of the ear Heroic tale Notion Concealed _ Caine, pictured Needle case Desirous Comes close Belonging to us Try out Unjust Pat Outing Total up Plant Eastern horse Manner Stripe Tennis score Location Nourished Garland CODEWORD This puzzle has no clues. Instead, every number printed in the grid represents a letter, with the same number always representing the same letter. For example, if 8 turns out to be a V, you can write in V wherever a square contains 8. Using your knowledge of words, complete the puzzle. 1 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 L O 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 2 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Ring Flightless bird 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 I C 3 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Sheltered side War vessel (1-4) Pad out 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 M 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 A

facebook.com/derbyshirelive SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 DERBY TELEGRAPH 31 TEASER Your weekly puzzle challenge Giant Crossword 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 ACROSS 1 Sermonise (6) 5 Sleigh (4) 8 Imagined (4,2) 10 Artificially illuminated (8) 14 2008 comedy starring Jim Carrey and Zooey Deschanel (3,3) 16 Willow (5) 22 On the ocean (3,2,3) 23 Cause to lose courage (7) 24 Unbeliever (7) 26 Racing sail (9) 27 Transparent (5) 29 __ Frost, UK actor and comedian (4) 30 __ Ivanovic, 2008 Women’s French Open Champion (3) 31 Japanese city (5) 33 Entrance (4) 34 Casual (10) 35 Assumed name (5) 36 Signals agreement (4) 39 Lair (3) 40 Toy (4,4) 42 Finally (2,4) 43 Writer (6) 44 Relating to changes in sea level (5) 46 Etchings (10) 49 Originator (6) 51 Clark __, Gone with the Wind actor (5) 54 Hostility (10) 56 Imperil (8) 61 Tutor (8) 63 Vehicle attached to a motorcycle (7) 64 Acute (5) 65 The aforementioned (5) 66 Draw (3) 68 Cab (4) 70 Fibbed (4) 71 Dove’s call (3) 72 Singing effect popular in the Swiss Alps (5) 74 Escort (5) 75 Equipped again (7) 78 Tombstone inscriptions (8) 83 Bleaching chemical (8) 85 Inwardly (10) 87 Characteristic (5) 89 Walk unsteadily (6) 91 Swedish actress (5,5) 94 Chops roughly (5) 96 Open out (6) 98 Route upwards (6) 100 Pranced (8) 102 Printer’s measurement units (3) 104 Open (4) 106 Employers (5) 107 Pushed roughly (10) 109 James __, fictional secret agent (4) 111 Organic compound with a NH4 group (5) 114 __ Zedong, former Chinese dictator (3) 115 Tablet (4) 116 Greek letter (5) 117 Insignificant thing (9) 118 Lodgers (7) 121 Commercial haulage (7) 122 Liberated (8) 123 Admission (5) 124 Artist’s room (6) 125 Believes to be guilty (8) 126 Leaning (6) 127 Central London area (4) 128 Male bees (6) DOWN 2 Usual procedure (7) 3 Taken __, startled (5) 4 Christian cry of praise (7) 6 Expressing praise (9) 7 Australian wild dog (5) 8 __ Callas, Greek soprano (5) 9 High points (3) 11 Auction item (3) 12 Doubly (5) 13 Signified (7) 14 Bumpkin (5) 15 Narrow flag (8) 17 Mark (5) 18 Coral ridges (5) 19 Unable to move (9) 20 Courageous man (4) 21 Northern US state (6) 25 Easy task, slang (5) 26 Foot support (7) 28 One individual (9) 32 Trouble, afflict (3) 33 Patterns (7) 37 Man’s best friend (3) 38 Relating to the people (6) 39 Platform (4) 41 Deduction (5) 42 Scope (5) 44 Will (9) 45 John __, tennis commentator and former player (5) 47 Charged atom (3) 48 Rural (6) 50 Type of pasta (7) 52 Headset (9) 53 Soviet military force (3,4) 54 Rower (7) 55 Apex (3) 57 Diminish (7) 58 Was incorrect (5) 59 US state nicknamed the Beehive State (4) 60 Ointment (5) 62 Mythical queen (4) 67 Antelopes (6) 69 Little by little (2,7) 73 Punish without trial (5) 74 Midge __, Scottish musician (3) 76 Cancels (6) 77 Ousted (7) 79 Unfitting (5) 80 Absurd act (5) 81 Right side (9) 82 Ensnares (4) 84 Frequently (3) 86 Washing (7) 88 Marriage (4,5) 90 Slackened (8) 92 Fled (3) 93 South American cowboy (6) 95 Priestly office (7) 97 Armada (5) 99 Age (3) 101 Empowered (7) 103 European nationality (7) 104 Relative (5) 105 Tanker (5) 107 Fruit (5) 108 Spanish goodbye (5) 110 Possesses (4) 112 Inactive (5) 113 Brims (5) 115 Greek philosopher (5) 119 Woody fruit (3) 120 Call for help (init.) (3)

32 DERBY TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 @derbyshire_live TEASER TEASER Your weekly puzzle challenge WORDSEARCH Here is a list of boybands. Can you find them in the grid? The answers can be found running backwards or forwards, horizontal, vertical or diagonal. ANOTHER LEVEL BACKSTREET BOYS BLUE BOYZONE BUSTED FIVE HANSON JLS JONAS BROTHERS MCFLY N SYNC ONE DIRECTION TAKE THAT THE BEACH BOYS THE BEATLES THE MONKEES THE OSMONDS THE WANTED UNION J WESTLIFE B W L S E E K N O M E H T K P B A C K S T R E E T B O Y S W S G H A N S O N O J L S S Y N D J I R Y T X A M L E R D O D N N B F N D A P K N E E I B D O O O Q F E T H T H T T S H R M I Y J P T E Y T N C M S C E S N Z I M S D O A E K G X A F O U O P J U R W R B K G N E I E S N H M B E I C G U A A B L H V E P S H D L M W M E T E T T V I A T E N S Y N C N U H S G Q N F N K M C F L Y L V T E Z O F O S E L T A E B E H T W J A N O T H E R L E V E L M M NINERS 125483 gives a woman 724589 gives women 687789 gives beautiful women Each number from 1 to 9 represents a different letter. Solve the clues and insert the letters in the appropriate squares to discover a word which uses all nine letters. 35617958 gives an item of clothing 176814 gives an item of clothing 976142 gives an item of clothing A test of knowledge for the sporting enthusiast 1. Zara ........, 2006 BBC Sports Personality of the Year award winner who married former England rugby union captain Mike Tindall in 2011 (8) 7 & 10A Championship game of the NFL in American football (5,4) 8. John ....., snooker player who won the 1979 UK Championship (5) 9. Vegard ......, 2012-17 Norway defender whose clubs have included Molde and Brighton & Hove Albion (6) 10. See 7 Across 12. Portugal goalie who re-signed for Braga from Benfica in 2010 (4) 14. 1986 Football World Cup finals host country (6) 17. Pierre-Yves ....., French striker who spent time on loan to Bolton from Nantes in 2002/03 (5) 18. See 16 Down 19. 2001-04 Nottingham Forest manager (4,4) 1. Keith ....., Warwickshire CCC 1994 treble-winning wicketkeeper (5) 2. Team who finished last in Group 2 in the 1970 FIFA World Cup finals tournament (6) 3. A score of nought in tennis (4) 4. 2003/04 UEFA Champions League winners (5) 5. Pakistan cricketer whose maiden Test century was against England at the Oval in 1967 (4,5) 6. Ben ........., England Test cricketer who died in a car crash in 2002 (9) 11. Country that beat Germany in Group D of the 2010 Football World Cup (6) 13. 1983 and 2011 Cricket World Cup winners (5) 15. Mark ....., cricketer who took 3-108 on his 1993 England Test debut against Australia (5) 16 & 18A Sheffield-born welterweight boxer nicknamed ‘The Special One’ (4,5) ACROSS DOWN 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 8 7 9 12 17 13 14 11 10 6 15 18 16 19 5 SPORTWORD 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 Numberfit B W L S E E K N O M E H T K P B A C K S T R E E T B O Y S W S G H A N S O N O J L S S Y N D J I R Y T X A M L E R D O D N N B F N D A P K N E E I B D O O O Q F E T H T H T T S H R M I Y J P T E Y T N C M S C E S N Z I M S D O A E K G X A F O U O P J U R W R B K G N E I E S N H M B E I C G U A A B L H V E P S H D L M W M E T E T T V I A T E N S Y N C N U H S G Q N F N K M C F L Y L V T E Z O F O S E L T A E B E H T W J A N O T H E R L E V E L M M Wordsearch G E P O C M F I E S T A D E L H I L A S E D G E L F L A U N T O R A L L E F T I R E O V E R A L L A C E R A I O I L N A A A N T O N A A L A S T A I 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facebook.com/derbyshirelive SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 DERBY TELEGRAPH 33 To Do List TRENDING lady gaga The singer and actress, right, is winning rave reviews for her portrayal of ‘black widow’ Patrizia Reggiani in Ridley Scott’s Oscartipped fashion epic House of Gucci, in cinemas this weekend. She has also been giving very good red carpet. hexham The market town on the banks of the River Tyne has been named Britain’s happiest place. Locals rated it best for community spirit, a feeling of belonging, access to nature and friendly and polite people in the Happy at Home Index by property website Rightmove. mrs doubtfire The 1993 feelgood classic starring Robin Williams has been named the nation’s favourite duvet day movie. The Harry Potter series took second spot with The Lion King third in research compiled by Fisherman’s Friend. giuseppe dell’anno The Italian was this week crowned the winner of the Great British Bake Off 2021. He said afterwards: “I feel it’s been a great year for Italy. I truly can’t believe it or take it in, this has made me so incredibly happy to be a Britalian.” Great British Bake Off winner Giuseppe Dell’anno, middle, with Crystelle Pereira and Chigs Parmar boris johnson The Prime Minister’s wellbeing was questioned this week after he rambled about Peppa Pig during a speech to business leaders. The PM lost his place, praised the cartoon pig and announced that “Peppa Pig World is very much my kind of place”. bulb energy Bulb, the UK’s seventh biggest supplier, has become the latest victim of a surge in wholesale gas prices. The firm is going into “special administration”, meaning the Government shoulders losses for having to supply customers. For now, prices and supply will remain unchanged. wine and spirits Trade body the Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA) has written to Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, to say that rising costs and supply chain chaos have held up deliveries which could lead to a shortage at Christmas. refunds People are missing out on getting their money back because they are too busy to return faulty items, a study found. Research by packaging firm DS Smith found 48% haven’t bothered returning a delivery because it is more hassle than it’s worth. TANKING A family of con artists, above, swindle their way into the employ of an upper-class home with tragic results in Oscar-winning Parasite BOOK IT gorillaz are coming to the big screen for one night only with Song Machine Live From Kong. The world’s biggest virtual band sees Blur’s Damon Albarn, guitarist Noodle, bassist Murdoc Niccals, drummer Russel Hobbs and frontman 2D joined by a host of special guests including Leee John, Georgia, Peter Hook, Kano, slowthai, Slaves, Robert Smith and Matt Berry. The music special was captured at the band’s Kong Studios HQ in London and includes a behind-thescenes featurette, unseen interview footage and commentary from Gorillaz co-creators Damon Albarn and designer and animator Jamie Hewlett. The band’s hits include Clint Eastwood, Feel Good Inc and Dirty Harry and the celebration of their music can be seen in cinemas around the world on December 8. Go to songmachineliveincinemas. com to book tickets. drink it love it taste it If you are looking to stock up on fizz for Christmas, Corte molino prosecco doC rosé nV (abv 11%) Italy is reduced from £8.50, to £7.50 at Co-op from December 1 to January 4. A blend of Glera and Pinot Nero, the deliciously delectable drink is vibrant pink in colour with delightful flavours of raspberry and strawberry and delicate floral notes. Served chilled in a flute, it’s perfection and a brilliant example of how this new style of wine should taste. Perfect for the party season. don’t buy her flowers is a great place to find bespoke gift packages for all ages and occasions. And now the company has launched its first Dog Package. It is a “create your own” package meaning you can choose what to include in your package from UK brands such as Poppy + Ted, Denzels, Scrumbles, Wild Wash and Green & Wilds. It would make the perfect to gift Prime Minister Boris Johnson messed up his speech Gorillaz someone with a dog or as a Christmas treat for your own pooch. Prices start from £10. See dontbuyherflowers.com WATCH IT In parasite (tonight, Channel 4, 10pm), wily patriarch Kim Ki-tek (Song Kangho) presides over a family of con artists, including wife Chung-sook (Chang Hyae-jin), son Ki-woo (Choi Woo-shik) and daughter Ki-jung (Park So-dam). They live in a squalid apartment in a poor neighbourhood of Seoul, but good fortune smiles on Ki-woo when a friend recommends him as an English tutor for teenager Park Da-hae (Jeong Ji-so). Once he has earned her wealthy mother and father’s trust, Ki-woo recommends other members of his clan for positions of responsibility. However, the housekeeper is suspicious. Parasite is a wickedly entertaining satire, which deserved to become the first film not in the English language to claim Best Picture at the Oscars. READ IT Enjoy a sweet taste of Christmas with the panettone range of Italian desserts from Carluccio’s. Newcomers this year include the Panettone Clementine at £19.99, which is citrus based and comes with clementine pieces and dark chocolate glaze. There are also Christine mcguinness: a beautiful nightmare sees the wife of TV’s Paddy McGuinness talk about the challenges and joys of being a mother to three autistic children. Her candid autobiography also delves into her anorexia battle, fertility troubles, her marriage, modelling career and tough childhood, subjects which are sensitive and many of which she has not spoken about before now. Christine says she is also on a mission to learn more about autism and to educate others and change the stigma around the condition. Get £5 off Christine McGuinness: A Beautiful Nightmare (RRP £20) with offer code XA9 at mirrorbooks.co.uk vegan and gluten-free options for £18.95 or try the £24.95 Panettone Maraschino. 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34 DERBY TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 @derbyshire_live Your Home Engraved Glencairn gin goblet, £10-11, Glencairn Just the tonic, you can’t go wrong with this crystal goblet with a lip and curve design to enhance those aromatics and botanicals. Bottoms up! Cheese board with set of two gold knives, £45, Mint & May Crafted from acacia wood with integrated, magnetised gold knife slots and faux leather hanging strap, this cheese board is the perfect blank canvas for Camembert, Brie, Christmas Stilton and anything you fancy. A dozen Christmas deals for under £50 From sassy stocking-fillers to hipster homewares, Sam Wylie-HarriS shops the best bargain buys for stylish homebodies this festive season Whether you’re pressiehunting for something practical with purpose, a decorative showstopper or a little luxe, you don’t have to be spendy. When it comes to stylish and chic gifts for the home, there’s an endless treasure trove to choose from. Wrapping paper and ribbon at the ready, here’s what’s on our hot list... Gold OMG balloon ornament & wall decor, £39.95, Audenza A ‘gilty’ pleasure that’s oh-so tempting to gift yourself, shout it loud in your next shelfie or Zoom call with this statement deco, which can be wall mounted or free-standing. Set of four Perfect Paisley dinner plates, £25, Joe Browns Plates with panache. A paisley print always wins in the style stakes, especially when you team one of the bright colours – such as turquoise –with a twisted taper or wiggle candle in a corresponding colour. Abigail Ahern crocodile table lamp, £45, Freemans Make the most of those light-bulb moments with this standalone piece with personality and poise. Crocodile rock! Famous Faces doorstops, £18 each, Graham & Green Bring a little red carpet glamour to the party with these decorative door wedges. Hand-painted and decidedly quirky. Luxury ruched faux fur throw blanket, £29.40 (was £40), Matalan With its generous folds of faux fur and rich, ruched effect, this luxuriously soft throw looks designer without the hefty price tag. Gold standing photo frame, £15.95, Martha Brook Bring a little razzle-dazzle to their desk with this freestanding frame. To make it that much more special, pop a photo or significant snippet from a magazine inside. Blue Feather 2022 A3 home organiser, £9.95, Emma Bridgewater Make event planning and socials a smooth ride all the way with this decorative diary, which doubles up as a planner with space for names. Great for busy families.

facebook.com/derbyshirelive SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 DERBY TELEGRAPH 35 Your Home Succulent in Hexagon Planter (20cm x 10cm x 7.5cm), £22, Matalan Who needs green fingers when you can style a sustainable succulent without the need for natural daylight? Faux fabulous. The White Company winter signature candle, £20, The White Company An enduring classic – with enticing aromas of cinnamon, clove, orange and some spicy zing, this flame will burn beautiful and bright, long into the night. DIY DONNY Our expert answers your questions I’ve bought a house with a very Q small, tired, white non-slip wetroom floor. Is there a black paint that can paint over this? Aynsley Hoskins, via email I’m not a big fan of painting bathroom A floors, mainly to prevent slipping. If you’re determined to do so I would go for any black anti-slip floor paint that you can get from most DIY stores. We’ve just had new paving laid in our Q garden. After about two weeks we have what looks like rust stains coming through on a couple of slabs. There is nothing nearby which could have caused this. Any ideas on how to clean them? Lynne Feeney, via email Unfortunately, natural sandstone – and A other stone types – can have impurities in it. What you are probably seeing is the natural iron content of the stone seeping out. This is fairly common and I’d just leave the slabs to weather naturally. How can I get my oak dining table Q back to life? After years of wiping, it Sandstone paving slabs should be left to weather naturally STAR By Julien Macdonald champagne cork cruet set, £22 (was £30), Freemans This chic cruet is a real corker! Silver plated and beautifully boxed. has lost a lot of its colour even if I use coloured wax. Gloria Davies It depends on the original finish. If wax, A use methylated spirits to break down the existing coating and then re-wax. Personally, I would sand the table back and then varnish it, building it up in thin coats. Where can I get a timer for LED lights? Q I currently have one for halogen bulbs but they are not suited to LEDs. Catherine Brown, via email Are you talking about a security light? A A standard timer will switch LED lights on and off just as it will for a halogen light. It doesn’t matter what type of bulb or lamp you’re using. Email diy.donny@reachplc.com BLACKFRIDAYSALE toshoplocal&save UPTO 80% OFF FASHION UPTO 70% OFF TOYS& GAMING UPTO 60% OFF HOMEWARE GetanEXTRA10% OFFsaleitems! Usecode:LOCAL10 Shopthehighstreetonlineat: downyourhighstreet.co.uk/local

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38 DERBY TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 @derbyshire_live TV Highlights Whoever did this really had to be a Beatles fan... HIS name may be synonymous with Lord Of The Rings, but film-maker Peter Jackson has found himself tackling an altogether different project with new documentary series The Beatles: Get Back. Born in New Zealand – a world away from the height of the UK’s Beatlemania in the 1960s – the 60-year-old Oscar-winning director’s love of the Liverpool band began with a handful of pocket money and the purchase of the Red and Blue compilation albums. In 2017, Apple Corps – the company charged with managing The Beatles’ creative and business interests – approached Peter and asked whether he’d consider making use of previously unseen footage from their vaults. Now, the three-part Disney+ docuseries delves into the making of the Beatles album Let It Be. Peter explains more... What made you the right director for this prestigious project? I think whoever did this needed to The Beatles, pictured in the recording studio, in part of the new docuseries britain by beach Tonight, Channel 4, 8pm Anita Rani finishes her trip around Britain’s beaches by exploring Yorkshire and Northumberland. She begins in Whitby, which brings back childhood memories for the presenter, but she also learns more about the real shipwreck that inspired a key scene in Bram Stoker’s Dracula. From there, Anita goes on to Scarborough to find out why it has a claim to be the oldest seaside resort in the world, before heading to Lindisfarne to hear about the Viking raid that began a new age in Britain. Finally, she shares a tale of With his highly anticipated documentary series The Beatles: Get Back ready to go, film-maker Peter Jackson tells Danielle De WolFe all about it be a Beatles fan because you’re dealing with so much material – 130, 140, 150 hours of audio. The sound tapes were just rolling virtually all the time. Film stock was more expensive than the audio, so the sound recorders would roll the quarter-inch tapes but the cameras were just turned on and off every now and again. So whoever did it really did need to be a Beatles fan to actually be able to understand and decipher some of the references that they make in the conversations. Trawling through previously unreleased tapes must have proved exciting? You’re eavesdropping on these conversations from 1969, which is effectively how I felt all the time TV PICKS OF THE WEEK smugglers in Robin Hood’s Bay. Doctor Who: Flux Tomorrow, BBC1, 6.25pm It’s the penultimate episode of the all-too-short run, and the forces of evil are gathering, so no wonder it seems as if the odds are stacked against the Doctor (Jodie Whittaker), Yaz (Mandip Gill) and Dan (John Bishop). It’s not just the villains who are over the last four years working on this. The audio is weird. The story is often told in the audio recordings, so I do feel like I’m eavesdropping in some sort of CIAtype way on conversations [from] 52 years ago. The Beatles: Get Back is more than just ‘the making of Let It Be’, isn’t it? It’s the story of the making of the album Let It Be, but it’s actually technically not because they also do a lot of other songs that aren’t on Let It Be. Twelve of the tracks are off the Abbey Road album – there’s 17 tracks on Abbey Road, which was released in September ‘69. Plus there’s probably eight or 10 of their solo album tracks. Is it strange to think the Beatles went into the studio with next to no plan? Criticising the Beatles is not in my DNA. But if I had a criticism of the Beatles, looking at the footage, it does strike me as being very strange how little organisation there seems to be... Part of the story of Get Back was they were aiming to do this live TV show – not the rooftop one, it’s something completely different. So this is not really a recording. Until they get to the performance, assembling, as this episode has a pretty impressive cast, with Kevin McNally, Robert Bathurst and Barbara Flynn joining the regulars, along with Rochenda Sandall and Craig Parkinson, who were both previously seen in a very different Sunday night BBC drama, Line of Duty. along For the riDe With DaviD o’Doherty Monday, Channel 4, 10pm For the second episode in his freewheeling series, comedian David O’Doherty is getting on his bike with Grayson Perry. As well as being an artist and TV presenter, Grayson is also a former mountain-bike racer, so he should be in his element as they head to the wilds of the Brecon Beacons, where there are stunning views – and challenging hills. During the trip, they bond by chatting about the artist’s career and childhood. But is there a chance they’ve bonded a little too much when they have to tackle a gruelling five mile climb while nursing hangovers? Who Do you think you are? Tuesday, BBC1, 9pm Former shadow Oscar-winning director Peter Jackson, whose latest project is a three-part docuseries about the Fab Four Ed Balls looks into his family history chancellor Ed Balls grew up in a family that wanted to make the world a better place, and sets out to find out what kind of people his ancestors were. First up, he looks into rumours of a link to Nelson’s ship HMS Victory. Initially, it looks like Ed will uncover a heroic tale, but the grim reality isn’t quite what he was hoping for. Paul o’graDy: For the love oF Dogs Wednesday, ITV, 8pm The presenter comes face to face with the long and the short and the tall this

facebook.com/derbyshirelive SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 DERBY TELEGRAPH 39 Paul meets Great Dane Tammy they’re not recording, just rehearsing. What was the biggest revelation for you? They have this wonderful running battle with Michael Lindsay-Hogg, the [Let It Be] director. Michael is determined to try to capture as much candid material as he can. Instead of saying, ‘Look Michael, if we’re gonna be recorded on film, tell us when you’re doing that and we’ll do our thing but we don’t want you to film or record us any other time’, they obviously didn’t say that. And what John [Lennon] and George [Harrison] used to do is, if they were in conversation, they would turn their amps up loud. They’d strum the guitar – they’d just be strumming, not playing anything, no tune – so all Michael’s microphones were recording was this loud guitar. And you’d see the Beatles talking, having some private chat. So they were sort of in this running battle. Were you able to unpick the audio? What we’ve been able to do with computer technology and artifi- week. His first canine companion is a Great Dane, a gentle giant who simply wants to be loved. That’s more than can be said for a pair of Lakeland terriers who can’t live with or without each other – they spend their whole lives bickering, and it’s up to Paul to cial intelligence-based technology is we’ve been able to strip the guitars off now and expose the private conversations that they had. So a lot of our movie features private conversations that they tried to disguise. Did you speak with Michael before entering the edit suite? I’ve been talking to [Michael] all the time and he’s been telling me stories of his post-production, of the Beatles coming to the cutting room and directing certain things. Paul [McCartney] would come in one day and say, ‘Ah, can you put this in or take that out?’ The next day John would come in and give completely different instructions. Poor Michael is there trying to make everybody happy. Michael wasn’t allowed to show George leaving. They said, ‘No, absolutely not. We’re not gonna have that in the film’. So, I was thinking, ‘How much of this am I gonna get?’ ‘cause the Beatles are famously in control of their image, in control of how they come across. Were you ever concerned about the feedback you’d receive from the surviving band members? I get the feeling there’s no concern about their image any more. When they got to see the finished thing, I was expecting notes. And it wouldn’t have surprised teach them some manners. Luxury Christmas for Less Thursday, Channel 4, 8pm Christmas was cancelled for many last year, so you may be crying out for a luxurious yuletide blowout. But with money tighter than ever and shortages predicted on the high street, it won’t be easy. Thankfully, Sabrina Grant and Sophie Morgan are on hand with tricks to get top quality goods for bargain prices. The first of two episodes includes a guide to buying real diamonds at half the price and where to get this year’s finest tasting smoked salmon and Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, John Lennon and George Harrison during the band’s iconic gig on the rooftop of Apple Corp headquarters in Savile Row, London, on January 30, 1969 Sir Paul McCartney and his daughter Mary at a VIP screening of The Beatles: Get Back me, and it wouldn’t have made me angry. It would’ve just been normal to get a note saying, ‘Oh, that bit where I say that, could you cut that out?’ I didn’t get a single note. And I was surprised. Not one note. Not one request to do anything. What was the most interesting discovery you made? Well, I’m not a musician and I can’t play an instrument to save myself, but I was fascinated learning about the song-writing process through the Beatles’ eyes. There’s this really fascinating process with Get Back where they have ‘Jo-Jo who lives in Arizona’, but they want Jo to have a surname. They talk about Jo Jackson, Jo Martin, Jo who lives in Arizona. Then they get rid of the surname, but they add Tucson, Arizona. So they have to have the number of words, but while they’ve got a surname, they can’t have Tucson. Even me, without any musical knowledge, thinks, ‘Oh, that actually does flow a lot better’. Is Tucson in Arizona? Yeah, that’s where [the Western] High Chaparral’s shot. So every time I hear Tucson, Arizona, now, I’m gonna think of The High Chaparral, which I used to watch in 1969 as a kid. ■ All three parts of The Beatles: Get Back are on Disney+ now Christmas pudding. And finally, there’s a look at what you get with cheaper gin. the Graham NortoN show Friday, BBC1, regions vary The headliners are undoubtedly Tom Holland and Zendaya, who are keen to whip up interest in their new film, Spider-man: No Way Home. Then it’s Henry Cavill’s turn to wax lyrical – he’s in town to promote the second run of Netflix’s fantasy series The Witcher – while Gugu Mbutha-Raw describes her role in the forthcoming BBC drama The Girl Before. Music comes from Little Mix. TV FILMS of the week X-Men: days of fuTuRe PasT 1 Tonight, film4, 11.10pm In a dystopian 2023, Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart) TV Highlights Wolverine (Hugh Jackman, centre) turns back the clock with Prof X and Magneto and his kin, including Magneto (Ian McKellen) and Wolverine (Hugh Jackman), stand on the precipice of extinction. The Sentinel programme, conceived by Dr Bolivar Trask (Peter Dinklage), has almost wiped out the mutant population and any human sympathisers with automatons attuned to mutant DNA. One glimmer of hope remains: if Kitty Pryde (Elliot Page) can harness their abilities and propel Wolverine’s consciousness back to 1973, they might be able to stop alluring shape-shifter Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence) from assassinating Trask. 2 naTiviTy! Tomorrow, BBC1, 2.20pm Feelgood festive movie. Teacher Paul Maddens (Martin Freeman, left with co-star Ashley Jensen) takes charge of the nativity play at a Coventry primary school. He bends the truth to say that a Hollywood company is coming to see the show, which assistant Mr Poppy (Marc Wootton) then tells the kids. Soon, the city is abuzz with the news. Gone BaBy Gone 3 Monday, GReaT! movies, 9pm Two private detectives (Casey Affleck and Michelle Monaghan, left) are hired to investigate the kidnapping of a four-year-old girl. But the duo’s efforts to locate the missing youngster lead them into a seedy underworld of drug dealers, gang culture and paedophiles, ultimately turning into a crisis both professionally and personally. 4 GifTed Tuesday, film4, 6.55pm Florida boat repairman Frank Adler (Chris Evans) home-schools his six-year-old niece Mary (Mckenna Grace, left), who inherited her passion for algebra from her late mother. Mary’s maternal grandmother Evelyn (Lindsay Duncan) appears and stakes a claim to the child in court. In the process, Mary makes clear her devotion to Frank. The Man Who KneW Too MuCh 5 Wednesday, film4, 4.30pm Alfred Hitchcock directs the remake of his own 1934 thriller. American couple Ben and Jo (James Stewart and Doris Day, left), are holidaying in Morocco when they witness a murder. With his dying breath, the victim tells Ben about an assassination due to take place in London. Before they can warn anyone, their son is kidnapped. 6 vivaRiuM Thursday, film4, 11.15pm In this blackly humorous thriller, Tom (Jesse Eisenberg, left) and his partner Gemma (Imogen Poots) meet a real estate agent who shepherds them into a mysterious neighbourhood. The couple tries to escape the labyrinth of identikit residences until they discover a baby and stark instructions: “Raise the child and be released.” 7 GReTa friday, BBC1, 11.55pm New York waitress Frances McCullen (Chloe Grace Moretz, left) finds a swanky handbag on a subway train which contains the ID Card of Greta Hideg (Isabelle Huppert). She returns the bag and the pair become friends, until Frances discovers that Greta intentionally leaves handbags on subway trains to engineer relationships with strangers...

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44 DERBY TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 @derbyshire_live Daily Puzzles & Stars Cryptic crossword Quick crossword Gogen 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 22 20 21 23 Stuck on today’s puzzle? Call 0905 789 4220 to hear individual clues or the full solution. Calls cost 80p per minute plus network extras. Service Provider: Spoke Ltd, helpline 0333 202 3390 YESTERDAY’S SOLUTIONS 27/11/2021 Across: 7 Render; 8 Stride; 10 Cropper; 11 Nizam; 12 Eyes; 13 Issue; 17 Tombs; 18 Zero; 22 Aroma; 23 No doubt; 24 Pickle; 25 Recess. Down: 1 Cracker; 2 Annoyed; 3 Leapt; 4 Stand up; 5 Liszt; 6 Beams; 9 Brass band; 14 Coracle; 15 Deputed; 16 Hostess; 19 Wasps; 20 Coach; 21 Adder. YESTERDAY’S SOLUTIONS Across: 3 Plead; 8 Decry; 10 Venom; 11 Hut; 12 Colon; 13 Haricot; 15 Cider; 18 Sun; 19 Gemini; 21 Hatchet; 22 Noun; 23 Side; 24 Rarebit; 26 Snivel; 29 Rim; 31 Hides; 32 Habitat; 34 Rival; 35 Lit; 36 Chess; 37 Banal; 38 Ethos. Insert letters to form the listed words, moving between adjacent cells horizontally, vertically or diagonally in any direction. Insert all the remaining letters of the alphabet (except Z) in the grid so all the listed words are spelt out in this way. 1 D J V B X W O K E G 8 N R T S P Y I L A U ACROSS 1. Stars getting into print (9) 8. Standard of cheap architecture (3) 9. It’s easy to follow the sandwiches, perhaps (5,2,4) 11. Art position changed by entertainer (7) 12. Anne Boleyn’s husband was one (5) 13. Quiet stretch to deliver a sermon (6) 15. Cold-hearted, they are against the law (6) 17. The magistrate who keeps on and on? (5) 18. Builds as Crete is rebuilt (7) 20. Sounds like a Russian has scored at billiards (2,3,3,3) 22. Add a bit either way (3) 23. Aids for handling stock or facial ornaments (4,5) ACROSS 1. Christmas hymn (5) 6. Slant (5) 9. Defile (7) 10. Scope or extent (5) 11. Academy Award (5) 12. Grasps (5) 13. German measles (7) 15. Number (3) 17. Cupid (4) 18. Expunge (6) 19. Write on this (5) 20. Aver (6) 22. Dull pain (4) 24. Produce eggs (3) 25. Non-metallic element (7) 26. Kick out (5) 27. Filament (5) 28. Of the nose (5) 29. Child’s vehicle (7) 30. Brimless cap (5) 31. Sorts (5) DOWN 2. Unskilful display of sporting equipment (3) 3. Winds up dances in Aberdeen, perhaps (5) 4. Lose crispiness with frequent use (6) 5. Remainder disturbed by cat disperse (7) 6. It tells you when you’re over the limit (11) 7. These are proper flowers (9) 10. Utmost measures of fingers and toes (11) 11. Tries a pep cocktail to start with (9) 14. A box with nothing in it? What a laugh! (7) 16. Mocks, showing off (6) 19. Anaesthetic is synthesised there (5) 21. Who says it cannot be Codeword This puzzle has no clues. Instead, every number printed in the grid represents a letter, with the same number always representing the same letter. For example, if 8 turns out to be a V, you can write in V wherever a square contains 8. Using your knowledge of words, complete the puzzle. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 beaten for a meal? (3) 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 I DOWN Need a little help getting started? Then call 0901 293 6261 2. Protective suit (6) to hear four random extra letter clues. Or text CODE and 3. Expresses an opinion (6) send to 64343 to receive 4 clues. Calls and texts cost £1 plus any network extras. Service Provider: 4. Auction item (3) Spoke Ltd, helpline 0333 202 3390 5. Extreme (5) YESTERDAY’S SOLUTIONS 6. Plug, bung (7) 7. Minus (4) 8. Neptune, for example (6) 12. Behave smugly (5) 13. Royal (5) 14. Domineering (5) 15. Educate (5) 16. At no time (5) 18. Player’s first game (5) 19. Jut out (7) 21. Salty (6) 22. Bees are kept here (6) 23. Kind, sympathetic (6) 25. Exclusive story (5) 26. Gaelic (4) 28. Mesh (3) Down: 1 Rehab; 2 Artisan; 4 Loot; 5 Avocet; 6 Denim; 7 Dozen; 9 Cur; 12 Conceal; 14 Cut; 16 Digit; 17 Rider; 19 General; 20 Gnash; 21 Humid; 23 Similar; 24 Resist; 25 Bib; 27 Night; 28 Verse; 30 Fatal; 32 Halo; 33 Tin. M F C H Q BEGS CHASE DOWRY JOKE PATRONYMIC QUALIFY VORTEX WRITE A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y 2 W M P O S R A N T H L V Q I F 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 P I B U X J O L K E A C D 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 H Q Y V G W T R F S N M Z Split Decision Cross out one of the two letters in each divided square to reveal a completed crossword grid. O W S Z T C H D O A P R E G S H B U E X C K S N E P I R V N S Y H F S E R E P E M U L A I X T P R ANTIQUE BUG EXIT FINAL JUDGE POSH RAMP STICKY WAVED A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y J G D Y YESTERDAY’S SOLUTIONS T I D E S R E L A L P H A S O S H U T C H YESTERDAY’S SOLUTIONS G N D V Q S I W O U F H Y M L T A K E B X C J R P Q P D J X B U Y A M G I V L R H N E T F C K O W S

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46 DERBY TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 @derbytelegraph ALLEN James 'Jim' Passed away suddenly on 16th November 2021 aged 71 years. Loved Husband, Dad, Grandad, Great Grandad, Brother and friend to many. A funeral service will be held at Markeaton Crematorium (Main Chapel) on Wednesday 15th December at 1.30pm. Family flowers only please, however donations in memory of Jim to benefit Treetops Hospice Care may be made online by visiting funeral-notices.co.uk or placed in the donation box provided at the service. All enquiries Tel; 01332 281442 BENNETT Jean Died peacefully on 16th November 2021 aged 86 years. Much loved wife of the late Doug. Mother of Deborah and the late Steven, Mother in law of Chris and Beat. Grandmother, Great Grandmother and Great Great Grandmother. Sister and Sister in law. A funeral service will be held on Monday 13th December at Markeaton Crematorium (Main Chapel) at 11am. Family flowers only please, however donations in memory of Jean to benefit The Air Ambulance may be made online by visiting jean-audrey-bennett. muchloved.com or placed in the donation box provided at the service. All enquiries: Tel 01332 281442 BLACK MARIE Sadly passed away on 8th November. Funeral is at Trent Valley Crematorium at 1.30pm on Monday 29th November. All friends and associates welcome to attend. Service by Reverend Jim Gould. BURTON Darrell Michael Passed away peacefully at the Royal Derby Hospital on 7th November 2021, aged 69 years. Reunited with his beloved wife Brenda, much loved dad to Wendy, Mark, Darryl, Emma, Lizzie and Angie. Funeral service to take place Friday 10th December at Trent Valley Crematorium, Aston-on-Trent at 3:30pm. Flowers welcome or donations if desired to the British Lung Foundation may be left at the service or given via his tribute page at www.wathalls.co.uk All enquiries to Wathall's Tel: 01332 986770. COLLINS Sheila Ann Passed away peacefully at home on the 14th November 2021, aged 97 years. Much loved wife of the late Peter Collins, loving mother to Chris and David and will be greatly missed by her five grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. The funeral service will be held at Markeaton Crematorium, Main Chapel on the 8th December 2021 at 1.30pm. Family flowers only please, however, donations in lieu for the Salvation Army may be given at the service. All enquiries to Co-Operative Funeralcare Mickleover DE3 0DA 01332 517301 COOPER Joy Passed away suddenly, yet peacefully, at the Royal Derby Hospital on 18th November 2021, aged 66 years with her daughter Abi by her side. She leaves her daughter and best friend Abi behind, her sister Lynn and her niece Sarah and nephew Andrew. Joy was much-loved and respected both professionally and personally. Her kindness lives on in others as she fulfilled her wish to become a multiple organ donor. She will be forever missed by all who knew her. Funeral Thursday 9th December, service 10:45 am in the Anglesey Chapel at Bretby Crematorium. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu will support Headway, the brain injury charity, and may be given online at www.wathalls.co.uk Enquiries to Wathall's Telephone: 01332 345268 FLEWITT Jean nee Ashfield Passed away at home on 11th November 2021, aged 92 years. Loving wife of the late Bill, much loved mum of Jim and Jane, treasured grandma of Nicola, Lucie, Millie and George, dear great-grandma of Evie, Cory and Andre, sister of Janet and sister-in-law of Danny. Funeral service to take place on Tuesday 30th November at Markeaton Crematorium, Round Chapel at 11:30am. Flowers welcome or donations if desired to Sight Support Derbyshire may be sent care of Wathall's Tel 01332 986770 www.wathalls.co.uk FULWOOD Grenville Stanley (Stan) Sadly passed away on Saturday 20th November. He'll be sadly missed by Stephen and Lynne his grandchildren Mark, Dawn, Andrew, Stephen, Kieran his great grandchildren Luke, Molly, Jack and George. His funeral is going to be held at Markeaton Crematorium at 10am on Thursday 2nd December. Any donation to the Rainbow Hospice. HALL Michael Passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on 12th November 2021, aged 40 years. Loved Husband of Laura, Devoted and adored Dad of Isabel, Charlie and Jack, a dearly loved Son, Brother and friend to many. Funeral Service to be held at Trent Valley Crematorium on Thursday 9th December at 11.30am. Family flowers only please, but if desired donations to support 'Movember Foundation' may be made online by visiting michaeljohnhall.muchloved. com or may be given at the service. All enquiries to Co-operative Funeralcare, Chaddesden. Tel 01332 281442 HAYNES Brenda Kathleen nee Smith Passed away peacefully at home in her sleep on Wednesday 3rd November 2021, aged 75 years. Much loved daughter of the late Olive and Ron, special cousin of Trevor, Derek, Audrey, Freda, Joan, Shirley and the late Mary. Second cousin of Andrew, Phil, Mark and Deborah, a very close friend of Michelle and the late Clive. She will be sadly missed by all her family and friends. A celebration of Brenda's life will be held at St. Francis Church, Mackworth on Monday 6th December at 1:30pm followed by committal at Markeaton Crematorium. Please wear bright colours at Brenda's request. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu will support The Sepulchre Fund - Walsingham, The British Polio Fellowship and The Children's Society and may be made at the service. All enquiries please to Wathall's Tel. 01332 752377. LAW Wilfred Martin Passed away peacefully on 5th November 2021, at the Royal Derby Hospital, aged 94 years. Husband of the late Evelyn, much loved Dad of Colin and Debbie and a dear Grandad of Rose and Alice. Funeral Service to be held at Markeaton Crematorium (Round Chapel) on Friday 10th December at 3.00pm. Family flowers only please, but if desired donations for the 'Nightingale Macmillan Unit' may be given at the service. All enquiries to Co-operative Funeralcare Chaddesden. Tel 01332 281442 MOSELEY Adrian Peter (Ade) I wish to announce, with great sadness, the sudden death on 7th November 2021 of Adrian (Ade), aged 52 years. Dearly loved son of Veronica and the late Ernest, father to Joseph, a nephew and cousin with many life long friends. The funeral will take place on Monday 6th December 2021. Service in the Main Chapel at Markeaton Crematorium at 12.30pm. No flowers please. Donations may be given for The Royal British Legion and The Gurkha Welfare Trust. Enquiries to W. Jones & Son Funeral Directors Telephone: 01335 360319 PAINTER David Passed away peacefully at the Royal Derby Hospital on 7th November 2021, aged 85 years. Loving husband to Jo, father to Charlie and Sarah, Grandpa to Ben and Alex and fatherin-law to Heather and Liam as well as a friend to many. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. A Service of Thanksgiving will take place on Thursday 2nd December, service 1:45pm at St. Alkmund's Church, Duffield. All welcome. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu will support the Nightingale Macmillan Unit at the Royal Derby Hospital, Fund 14001 may be given online via David's tribute page which can be found at www.wathalls.co.uk Enquiries to Wathall's Telephone: 01332 345268 SMITH Doreen Joyce Passed away peacefully at Abbeydale Nursing Home on 14th November. Aged 94 years. Loving wife to the late John, a much loved mum of Angie and Viv, mum in-law to Dave and the late Martyn, grandma to Mark, Ben and Add and great gran to Josh and Robert. Doreen will be sadly missed by all her family and friends. The funeral Service will take place at All Saints Church, Mickleover on 1st December at 11.00 am followed by a private burial. Flowers or donations welcome. Donations in Doreen's memory may be given to Macmillan Cancer Research via her tribute page at www.wathalls.co.uk. Enquiries to Wathall's Tel 01332 345268 TIERNEY James 'Jim' Passed away suddenly but peacefully on 10th November at the Royal Derby Hospital aged 94 years. Husband of the late Ella, and father of Lynn, Eileen and Louise; father in law of Steve, Peter and Harry; grandfather to James, Emma, Jessica, Andrew, Sophie, Tom, Harriet, Hebe and Imogen and great grandfather to Imogen, Olivia, Wilfred and Margot. Jim will be received into Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Mickleover at 6.00pm on Thursday 2nd December with a Requiem Mass at 11.30 am on Friday 3rd December. Family flowers only please donations in memory made payable to 'Murray's Charity Account' will benefit the Royal Derby Hospital and may be sent c/o Murray's Funeral Directors 25 Main Street. Findern, Derby DE65 6AG Tel: 01332 425022. TOWLE Joan Passed away peacefully at Littleover Nursing Home on November 14th 2021 aged 90 years. Devoted sister to Janet and the late Jean. Loved auntie to Jane and Alan. A dear friend to many, Joan will truly be missed. A funeral service will take place at Markeaton Crematorium (Round Chapel) on Tuesday 30th November at 14:00pm. The Co-operative Funeralcare, 3-5 Southview, Littleover, Derby, DE23 6FP Tel: 01332 332302 WARD Dorothy 'Eileen' Passed away peacefully at Royal Derby Hospital on Tuesday 16th November 2021, aged 94 years. Much loved mum to Joanne and Stephen, special motherin-law to Lyne and Paul. Precious Grandma to Harriet, Rhiannon, India and Persha. Great-Grandma to Sienna and Alicia. Eileen will be sadly missed by all her family and friends. A service will take place at Markeaton Crematorium, Round Chapel on Friday 3rd December at 9.30am. Family flowers only please, however if desired, donations may be given at the service or sent directly to Dementia UK in memory of Eileen. All enquiries made to Co-operative Funeralcare, 3-5 Southview, Littleover, DE23 6FP. Tel : 01332 332302 WILLIAMS Joan Madge Passed away peacefully at home on 9th November 2021 at the age of 82 years. A much loved wife of the late 'Shorty', Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother and Great Great Grandmother. Joan will be sadly missed by her many friends and family. Funeral service to be held at St Augustines Church on Friday 10th December at 9.30am followed by an interment at Nottingham Road Cemetery. Flowers welcome, however donations in memory of Joan may be sent to St Augustine's Church. All enquiries to The Co-operative Funeralcare, 73 Normanton Road, Derby DE1 2GH Tel: 01332 344070 WOOD Robert Arthur Passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday 23rd November 2021, aged 69 years. Much loved husband of Dawn, father of Tara, Zoe and Lee, Grandad/Gangan to Dylan, Cohen, Kacey, Esmay, Alice and Amelia. Robert will be greatly missed by his family and friends. A service for Robert will be held at Markeaton Crematorium (Main chapel) on Monday 6th December at 10:00am. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu may be given at the service for Treetops Hospice. All enquiries to Co-operative Funeralcare, Mickleover 01332 517301 COPESTAKE Suzanne Marie Six long years since you went away but you're loved and missed every single day. Love Jon, Tracey, Niall, Mum and Dad xx COPESTAKE Suzanne Remembering you today with love. From your Brother Paul TOOMBS Philip As each day dawns We think of you As each night falls we pray for you And throughout our lives No matter where In our hearts You are always there Mum, brothers and sisters in law WOOD Audrey Nee Hancock Lonely is our home without you, life to us is not the same, All the world would be like Heaven to have you back again. Loving Husband David and Children April and Jason and all Grandchildren xxxx 25 Main Street, Findern, Derbyshire DE65 6AG • 01332425022 In Loving Memory BOILING MarGaret 27th November 2015. Remembering you is easy as we do it every day and missing you is something that will never go away. You still live in our hearts and minds, loved and remembered every day. 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Bargain (T) £2550 07711166600 2010 TOYOTA YARIS 1.0cc £30 ROAD TAX 12 MONTHS MOT UNTIL NOVEMBER 2022, POWERSTEERING, CENTRAL LOCKING, AIRBAG, ELECTRIC WINDOWS, ELECTRIC MIRRORS, RADIO, CD PLAYER WITH AUX PORT DIGITAL DASH, ALL DOCUMENTATION HERE, 2 KEYS, DRIVES VERY WELL CHEAPER INSURANCE AND TAX BAND £1995 07816024864 Vauxhall Corsa 1.4 Sxi 2013, 62 Reg, 62k Lady owner, service history, very well maintained, last serviced 09/21, ideal for first time driver, cheap tax and insurance, plus 70 mpg, very economical and reliable, comfortable to drive, power steering, remote central locking, electric windows and mirrors, radio cd, hpi cleared, 2 keys, 4 good tyres, looks excellent all round with beautiful inside interior, drives very smooth, first to see plus drive will buy, 12 months mot available, px welcome, delivery and warranty available. (T) £1650 07711166600 WHEN: 27 November 2021 to 12 December 2021 (Weekends Only) WHERE: Shepherd Street, from its junction with Burton Road to its junction with Church Street REASON: Electric works TYPE OF ORDER: Temporary Traffic Regulation Order ALTERNATIVE Burton Road – Warwick Avenue ROUTE: – Stenson Road – Littleover Lane – Brayfield Road – Normanton Lane And Normanton Lane – Valley Road – Warwick Avenue – Burton Road Derby City Council apologises for any inconvenience caused while work takes place. Anyone needing further information should ring Brendan Horgan on (01332) 641824 or email traffic.management@derby.gov.uk Derby City Council has made an Order under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) to prohibit use of the roads by traffic. To view Derby City Council Privacy Notices please visit: https://www.derby.gov.uk/privacy-notice/ Emily Feenan, Director of Legal and Democratic Services, Derby City Council, The Council House, Corporation Street, Derby DE1 2FS DERBY CITY COUNCIL TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE ORDER ON OAKLANDS AVENUE DERBY WHEN: 29 November 2021 to 21 December 2021 WHERE: Oaklands Avenue, from its junction with Swarkeston Drive to its junction with Blagreaves Lane REASON: Carriageway resurfacing TYPE OF ORDER: Temporary Traffic Regulation Order ALTERNATIVE Oaklands Avenue – Stenson Road – ROUTE: Blagreaves Lane and same in opposite direction DERBY CITY COUNCIL TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE ORDER ON OAKLANDS AVENUE DERBY 54k mile warranted from new, service history, last service 11/21 at 54k, low mileage for the year, very well maintained, ideal for first time driver, cheap tax and insurance, plus 60mpg, very economical and reliable, comfortable to drive, pas, central locking, electric windows, radio cd, hpi cleared, 4 good tyres, looks and drives very well, excellent body with immaculate inside interior, drives very smooth, first to see plus drive will buy, 12 months mot available, px welcome, delivery and warranty available. Bargain (T) £1695 07711166600 Peugeot 107 Urban 1.0 2008 5dr Hatchback 2 owners, 84k mile warranted from new, With service history, Last serviced 11/21 at 84k, Very well maintained, Ideal for first time drivers, Cheap tax, Low insurance, Plus 65 mpg, Very economical, Reliable, Comfortable to drive, Power steering, Central locking, Radio, CD, HPI clear, 4 good tyres, Looks and drives very well, Excellent body with immaculate inside interior, Drives very smooth, First to see plus drive will buy, 12 months MOT available, Delivery and warranty available. (T) £1650 07711166600 1 owner, 62k miles warranted form new, last serviced 10/21, very well maintained, ideal for 5dr family car, cheap tax and insurance, economical and reliable, comfortable to drive, power steering, remote central locking, electric windows and mirrors, air con, radio, cd, alloys, 4 good tyres, hpi clear, excellent all round with immaculate interior, drives very smooth First to see plus drive will buy, MOT June 22 Please note no advisory for future work Px welcome, delivery and warranty available Bargain (T) £2995 07711166600 Vauxhall Agila 1.2 Design, 2008, 5dr 2 owners, 79k miles warranted, service history, last serviced at 79k 11/21, very well maintained, ideal for 5dr family car, cheap insurance, economical and reliable, comfortable to drive plus 65mpg, power steering, remote central locking, electric windows and mirrors, radio, cd, air con, hpi clear, 2 keys, alloys, 4 good tyres, looks new all around with immaculate interior, drives very smooth, first to see plus drive will buy, full 12 month MOT Px welcome, delivery and warranty available (T) £1995 07711166600 TREASURE TROVE FAIRS www.treasuretrovefairs.co.uk OUTDOOR CAR BOOT SALES open until further notice Saturday afternoons - Twin Oaks - S44 6UZ Sunday mornings - Bowshaw - S18 2GB INDOOR CAR BOOT SALE Every Sunday morning throughout the winter at Belper Leisure Centre (DE56 0DA) Booters from 7am / Public from 8am - Bookings essential INDOOR CAR BOOT SALE Every Sunday morning throughout the winter at Botany Commercial Park in Mansfield (NG18 5NE) Booters from 8am / Public from 9.15am - Bookings essential T: 07966 445452 to book or for more information Why not join the Treasure Trove Fairs Facebook Group? WHEN: 05 January 2022 to 07 January 2022 WHERE: Oaklands Avenue, from its junction with Swarkeston Drive to its junction with Stenson Road REASON: Carriageway resurfacing TYPE OF ORDER: Temporary Traffic Regulation Order ALTERNATIVE Oaklands Avenue – Blagreaves Lane ROUTE: – Stenson Road and same in opposite direction Derby City Council apologises for any inconvenience caused while work takes place. Anyone needing further information should ring Brendan Horgan on (01332) 641824 or email traffic.management@derby.gov.uk Derby City Council intends to make Orders under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) to prohibit use of the roads by traffic. To view Derby City Council Privacy Notices please visit: https://www.derby.gov.uk/privacy-notice/ Emily Feenan, Director of Legal and Democratic Services, Derby City Council, The Council House, Corporation Street, Derby DE1 2FS

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52 DERBY TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 @derbyshire_live Sport ON THIS DAY 1971: Sammy Chapman became the first Nottingham Forest player to be sent off for 32 years. He was dismissed in a match against Leeds United. ‘Keep on going’ is attitude to have, says JFH 1989: Following the fight in Arsenal’s 4-3 win over Norwich City at Highbury, the Football Association punished the Gunners with a £20,000 fine and the Canaries with one of £50,000. 2004: Australia beat Great Britain 44-4 at Elland Road to win rugby league’s Gillette Tri-Nations competition. 2007: Christine Ohuruogu won an appeal against her lifetime Olympic ban for missing three out-of-competition drugs tests. She went on to win the 400 metres at the Beijing Olympics. 2008: The final two one-day internationals between England and India were postponed in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Mumbai. The inaugural T20 Champions League was also postponed. Gary Speed 2009: Tiger Woods was involved in a car accident which eventually prompted revelations about his private life. 2011: The Football Association of Wales announced the death of manager Gary Speed. 2014: The cricket world was left in shock following the death of Australia batsman Phillip Hughes at the age of 25. 2015: British distance runner Paula Radcliffe was cleared of doping after athletics’ world governing body, the IAAF, announced there were “plausible explanations for the values in her profile” that were “entirely innocent”. 2016: Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg won the Formula One world championship after finishing second in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. 2018: Former England defender Sol Campbell was appointed as the manager of Macclesfield Town on an 18-month deal. By Colston Crawford colston.crawford@reachplc.com JIMMY Floyd Hasselbaink wants to see his Burton Albion players replicate the mentality as much as the performance that they showed in beating Accrington Stanley 4-0 on Tuesday night. The Brewers go into another game against an out-of-form side, Doncaster Rovers, today at the Pirelli Stadium looking to build on a first win in five League One matches. Doncaster have taken only one point away from home this season and are suffering a hangover from a poor second half to last season, when they slid down the table from a promotion-challenging position after manager Darren Moore left to join Sheffield Wednesday. Former Swindon Town and Salford City boss Richie Wellens was appointed in May but has so far struggled to make an impact and Rovers are only a point ahead of bottom side Crewe Alexandra. “We don’t want to give any team anything, whatever their record,” said Hasselbaink. “We want any team to have to work really hard to get anything from us. And we need to work really hard from second one to make sure there is nothing to get for them – we have to earn that. “We don’t want to wait and react, we want to be proactive and make it really difficult for them. “It was a good performance (against Accrington) and, obviously, a good bit of weight off a few people’s shoulders but it’s about being level-headed as quickly as possible – can we replicate the performance and bring the good things into the next match? “We’re always looking for consistency and to see good things returning in our football, in our idtentity and how we play. That’s what we’ve been thinking about the last two or three days. “We have to be on our game again. We may do it a little bit differently but we have to show the same intensity and hunger.” It pleased the manager that his team kept going after Accrington at 4-0 up, even though they were unable to add to it after the fourth goal came in the 50th minute. He likened the attitude to Manchester City’s approach. “If you look at Manchester City, they keep on going,” he said. “If you remember them playing Burton in the Carabao Cup, they were six or seven up and they kept on going. “Then, when they came here, they were winning 9-0 on aggregate but they kept on going. “They did not care about the opposition, they only cared about themselves, to be professional and do it right, to keep on feeling good. “That’s the mentality that we need to have. You keep at it until that last whistle is blown and that was really good on Tuesday.” It was also a game in which – for the first time since Hasselbaink returned – Burton won with more possession than the opposition. “If you want to become a better side, you have to boss both sides of the game, without the ball and when you have it,” said Hasselbaink. “Can you pass it, get through the thirds with the ball? “We know that we have to work a lot harder on that. “Everyone needs to make angles for each other, then can we find that final pass, get a cross in, so that someone can have a shot? “That’s where we can improve and we’re working hard to improve.” Omari Patrick was sent on towards the end of Burton Albion’s game against Accrington Stanley to provide fresh legs up front in a bid to keep the pressure on even though the Brewers were already 4-0 up. Hasselbaink had made five changes for Saturday’s defeat away to MK Dons and four for the Accrington game and says he recognises that is not ideal. He would like to move towards a more settled side. “We don’t really want to keep on changing five players, four players, three players but when you have three games in a row, you will make changes just to freshen it up here and there,” he said. “But I would like to have a settled side, a settled core, definitely. “It doesn’t help at all that we have had a few injuries, a few red cards and five yellows (bringing a suspension). “But we have to overcome that, we can’t keep moaning about it.” Hemmings’ KANE Hemmings “needs a goal” but his contribution to the team is valued and not going unnoticed, says Burton Albion manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink. The Brewers striker has scored only two League goals this season, the last at the start of October, but he registered two assists in Tuesday’s 4-0 win over Accrington Stanley. There was also a point in the game when Accrington broke and it was Hemmings who raced back 60 yards, outpacing a forward to

facebook.com/derbyshirelive SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 DERBY TELEGRAPH 53 Sport Leicester City goalkeeper Arlo Doherty has joined Mickleover on loan. Heath aims for change HOCKEY Rav settles it Rav Manku completed his hat-trick to put the seal on a 6-3 win for Ramgarhia at home to Beeston 5ths in Midlands Hockey League Division Six North East. They went behind in the first five minutes but levelled the scores when Nin Manku set up Rav Manku and the second soon followed when Kyle Faulkner delivered a pinpoint aerial flick for Nin Manku. Navdeep Singh extended the lead to 3-1 from a long solo run in the second half, but Beeston broke down a counter-attack to get one back. However, Ramgarhia were rewarded for their well-worked play as Harry Seehra scored into an open goal to make it 4-2, following great work from Davinder Shanker and Kyle Faulkner. Beeston scored their third only for Rav Manku to put himself in the right place at the right time to slot the ball past the keeper after good work by the midfield, rounding off the win and his treble. The result keeps Ramgarhia top of the table with eight wins from eight as they go into a trip to face second-placed Mansfield today. after losses effort ‘recognised’ ALFRETON Town manager Billy Heath promised changes after the Reds slumped to a third straight defeat in midweek, going down 2-0 away to Southport. The run threatens to undo much of the good work put in by Alfreton in a seven-game unbeaten run in Vanarama National North prior to that. It mattered little to Heath that Connor Woods’ goals for Southport, one in each half, were among the few that the home side mustered during the game – it was still another defeat. The Reds have a break from the league today when they travel to play Leamington in the FA Trophy second round. “It’s a difficult game but we’ve beaten Leamington already this season, which was a great result – now we’ll find out what we’re about again after three defeats,” said Heath. “We’ll see who wants to stand up if they get the opportunity again. “The team we pick will be the one l think wants to put everything on the line – we’ve lost the last three games and personnel will have to change. “I was disappointed with the two goals we conceded again. “We created a couple of chances, I just thought we lacked quality. “Overall, we were disappointing. I wasn’t pleased with what l saw. “You go to Southport and you know it’s going to be physical and a battle and we were second best. “We didn’t win enough individclear the ball out for a throw-in. “He’s working really hard for the team and it’s recognised and appreciated,” said Hasselbaink. “He needs a goal. He needs the team to look after him because he’s looking after several others. Here and there he needs to be a little bit more selfish. “He’s put in a lot of work over the last two games, which we like and which he needs to keep on doing. “If we have that commitment, we have a great platform to work from.” Kane Hemmings NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL ual battles to deserve a win.” Matloock Town are the other local side still in the Trophy and are at home to Marske United. Manager Paul Phillips is hoping for good things from his latest new signing, midfielder Luke Daly, who has been with Manchester United, Burnley and South Shields. “It takes time for lads to acclimatise but Luke will come into his own when we need to break teams down, he’s brave on the ball and can find that vital pass,” said Phillips. Daly was one of three arrivals for the Gladiators in the last week. Attacking midfielder Luke Hall has come in from Sheffield having been on dual registration with Guiseley, while goalkeeper Alfie Roberts has joined on a youth loan from Derby County following the finger injury sustained by Shaun Rowley. Mickleover have signed goalkeeper Arlo Doherty on loan from Leicester City. The 18-year-old has been capped by Republic of Ireland at under-19 level. He replaces Callum Hawkins, who was recalled by Burton Albion and was on the bench for the Brewers against Accrington Stanley on Tuesday night. Doherty will make his debut away at FC United of Manchester today. Belper Town and Ilkeston Town are in league action in the Pitching In NPL Midlands Division, the Nailers at home to Shepshed Dynamo and the Robins, who head the table, away to Yaxley.

54 DERBY TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 @derbyshire_live Sport BIRTHDAYS Roberto Mancini (football): Former Sampdoria, Lazio and Italy striker and title-winning manager with Inter Milan and Manchester City, now in charge of the Italy national team, born 1964. Scott Sellars (football): Former Leeds United and Newcastle United midfielder, born 1965. Wendy Houvenaghel (cycling): Northern Irish track cyclist who won individual pursuit silver at the Beijing Olympics and was world champion in the team pursuit in 2008, 2009 and 2011, born 1974. Roberto Mancini Michael Yardy (cricket): Ex-Sussex cricketer and England World T20 winner, born 1980. David Bellion (football): Former Sunderland and Manchester United forward, born 1982. Suresh Raina (cricket): Former India batsman, born 1986. Roland Nilsson (football): Former Sweden, Sheffield Wednesday and Coventry City defender, born 1963. quIz 1. Which former Football League club played their games at the McCain Stadium? 2. Alex Hartley played for which women’s Hundred franchise? 3. Which snooker player has won the UK Championship the most? 4. And how many titles has he won? 5. Kevin Love plays for which NBA franchise? 6. How many Olympic medals has Dina Asher-Smith won? 7. Who won the 2008 Wimbledon men’s final? 8. Name two of the counties Michael Bevan played cricket for. 9. How many PDC world titles has Michael van Gerwen won? 10. Which former world champion boxer was known as the Yorkshire Hunter? ANSWeRS: 1 Scarborough; 2 Manchester Originals; 3 Ronnie O’Sullivan; 4 Seven; 5 Cleveland Cavaliers; 6 Two; 7 Rafael Nadal; 8 Yorkshire, Sussex, Leicestershire, Kent; 9 Three; 10 Paul Ingle. By STEvE NicHoLSoN stephen.nicholson@reachplc.com • Sponsored by: Derby County manager Wayne rooney has offered an insight into how he motivates his players to keep going despite the off-field issues this season has brought. The rams have taken four points against the two Championship front runners since returning from the last international break. Sunday’s comeback 3-2 win over bournemouth showed their ability to break through the toughest defence in the division, while Wednesday’s stalemate at Fulham showed the other side of their game, to blunt the league’s free scorers. reflecting on those results and the environment off-the-field they have been achieved in, rooney revealed he remains relentless in sticking to the non-negotiables he places on the players. “This team has to represent me. I put big demands on those players and I don’t care if they’re 16 or if they’re 39, I put big demands on them to work and fight. There’s no excuse for not working hard,” he told the bbC’s Football Daily podcast. “If you win the game, great. If you don’t, what you don’t want is me, first of all, being on you but the fans being on you for not working. That’s something I can truly say, these players give everything, every game. “I think it’d be a miracle if we do it (stay up) this season, but we’ll keep pushing and give it a go.” Age is not a factor for rooney in his team selections, illustrated most recently by the breakthrough of Liam Thompson into the first team. The 20-year-old midfielder played the full 90 minutes in both matches last week and is the latest academy graduate to make the jump this season, in part due to the squad sanctions. “What it does is it tests you as a person, as a character. It tests myself and my staff to develop some of these players. “I’ve lost track of how many debuts I’ve given to young players! “Watching them develop on a daily basis when they come and train with us and then earn the chance to play because we need them because, where our squad is, Good result - but Roos wants more DeRby County goalkeeper Kelle Roos has reiterated manager Wayne Rooney’s message that the Rams must “start believing” they can take three points against top teams this season. Roos and his Rams defence kept a first clean sheet since the goalkeeper returned to the side in place of Ryan Allsop a month ago in Wednesday’s 0-0 draw with Championship leaders Fulham. After the midweek round of fixtures, Derby are back on a positive points total of one, 16 points adrift of Reading in 21st place. While acknowledging it was a No excuse for not giving all, says Rooney good result based on their performance on the night, the 29-year-old was not satisfied with taking “only a point”. “I think last week was a very good result and this game we had to dig in a lot, sometimes more than last week, but at the same time it was a very hard-fought point,” Roos told RamsTV. “I’m very happy to step off the pitch with a point. “We all chipped in. Curtis (Davies) did a couple of times, (Nathan) byrne did a couple of times, Phil Jagielka did. “It was vitally important that when you go to places like this you Football is a game which you should enjoy because it’s what we all did when we were kids. Wayne Rooney stick together, you work, you talk to each other and when you do that, you help each other and get some luck now and again. “I know that no matter what happens that I have got two warriors in front of me that will challenge for every ball. “As a player, as a coach and a fan, all you can ask is for players to give 100% and risking it all to keep clean sheets and fight for points. Those two definitely do that. “It’s a big clean sheet, but at the same time, it’s only a point. “Like the gaffer said a couple of times, we came here for three we need some of those young players to come in and be ready. “It’s a big challenge but I think myself and the staff are dealing well with it. “I tell them just enjoy it! Football is a game which you should enjoy because it’s what we all did when we because we need to start believing that we can take points off very good teams. “I think we have to settle for a point and it’s a good result for us. “you have players coming off the bench and putting their bodies about. We have got a lot of players ready to play. “Little Tommo again was absolutely outstanding in what he does and the courage he plays with and I think there is even better things to come from him. “I think we can look back at a positive game here, move on and take the point to the next one.”

facebook.com/derbyshirelive SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 DERBY TELEGRAPH 55 Sport were kids, we all wanted to be professional football players, and when you’re a kid you go out on the street, you play your Sunday game or whatever, for enjoyment. “So what changes? you get paid for doing the job you love, so if enjoy it, you’ll perform better.” Kelle Roos Derby County showed their willingness to battle hard in the goalless draw away to Fulham in midweek. How players rate through difficult start to season Derby County’s position in the Championship table and their points tally is not a true reflection of how the team has fared this season. The rams remain bottom after having 21 points deducted in total and are in real danger of relegation to League One. Chief football writer Steve Nicholson gives player ratings for those players who have made four or more starts this season. ■Kelle ■ Roos 6.5 First-choice keeper at the start of the season until a red card in the defeat by Sheffield United at bramall Lane opened the door for ryan Allsop. However, a bout of illness ruled out Allsop after a run of four starts and roos returned. He has had a steady start to the campaign and it is a good battle between him and Allsop. ■Ryan ■ Allsop 6.5 The summer signing looked shaky at times in starts against Salford City and Sheffield United in the Carabao Cup, but he looked assured in his four League starts when he stepped in for roos. He was at fault for Luton Town’s late equaliser in the 2-2 draw at Pride Park Stadium. ■Nathan ■ Byrne 6 His form has been up and down and he has picked up too many yellow cards. His red card for two bookable offences against Millwall meant he missed the win against bournemouth. ■Phil ■ Jagielka 7.5 It is easy to see why Wayne rooney was so keen to sign his former everton and england team-mate. Jagielka’s experience, defensive knowhow and reading of the game have been clear to see. The 39-year-old and his 35-year-old centre-back partner Curtis Davies have been key cogs in the team. ■Curtis ■ Davies 7.5 He has formed a key centre-back pairing with Jagielka. Davies has been ever-present in the League, displaying a desire to defend the box as well as experience in helping others around him. ■Richard ■ Stearman 6 Jagielka’s arrival has seen Stearman drop to the bench, but he has been a reliable figure in his four League starts. ■Craig ■ Forsyth 6 The left-back was displayng real consistency in his peformances and headed the only goal of the game in Max Bird the home victory over reading, but illness forced him to miss three games and he struggled when he returned. ■Lee ■ Buchanan 6 A mixed bag of performances from the 20-year-old left-back, which is not unusual for a young defender. Pushing forward to supplement attacks remains the stronger part of his game and he will be missed in his current injury layoff. ■Max ■ Bird 7.5 A strong candidate for Derby’s player of the season so far. The midfielder is looking more assured, more confident physically and mentally. He has always been comfortable in possession but he has added more purpose to his passing, especially forward and between the lines. Wayne rooney has bags of faith in the 21-year-old and the player is repaying that faith. ■Graeme ■ Shinnie 7 The Scot has been a key figure offering tenacity and drive in midfield, as well as quality. The work ethic and resilience of the Derby team has been a major plus and Shinnie has been one of the leaders with his tireless endeavour. rooney has described Shinnie as a “big player” for Derby. ■Jason ■ Knight 6 Missed the start of the season having picked up an injury in pre-season. He had to play catch-up with his fitness but is beginning to find a groove. He can fill a number of roles, although that can go against him at times, and his energy and purpose are a plus. Can he now add more assists and goals to his game? ■Louie ■ Sibley 5.5 The 20-year-old started the season in the team but is more often out of the starting 11 recently. His goal and performance in the Carabao Cup tie against Sheffield United showed the impact he can have as an attacking midfielder but finding that consistency and nailing down a position has not happened in the last couple of months. ■Ravel ■ Morrison 6 His ability on the ball, his confidence in possession and his vision in looking to make things happen are all clear to see. Can he add more assists and goals to his game? He certainly possesses the talent. There are times when he operates too deep, although rooney said Morrison has been asked to play different roles depending on each game. ■Kamil ■ Jozwiak 4 The Poland international winger has struggled to make an impact. There have been flashes of his ability, but not enough consistency in his performances. Fans enjoyed his hard-working, lively display in the draw with Luton Town but he was replaced early in the next two. At 23, he is still a young player with time on his side. ■Tom ■ Lawrence 6.5 The skipper has shown character and maturity in the way he has filled a number of positions for the team, including that as a false number nine. He looks to have taken confidence from being handed the captain’s armband and appears to be relishing the responsibility. ■Sam ■ Baldock 6 He has had a stop-start time since joining the rams as a free agent. The striker suffered a broken nose against Preston North end and has a niggling hamstring problem. His longest run of starts is five. ■Colin ■ Kazim-Richards 5.5 The striker suffered an Achilles injury in only the second League game of the season and was out for two months. He has been feeling his way back, understandably, and we know he can offer a focal point to Derby’s attack. ■Festy ■ Ebosele 6 The 19-year-old has played at right-back for much of his time with the rams but rooney sees the youngster playing higher up the pitch, where his pace and power can give opponents problems. He is raw and is learning the game. Blazers to take on Rockets BASKETBALL Derby Trailblazers will test themselves tonight against another of the NbL Division One sides who have had a resurgence of form. They round off November against reading rockets at the Clarence Wiggins Sports Centre (7pm). The rockets sit seventh in the table with a 4-2 record, while last weekend’s 43-point win over Oaklands Wolves saw Derby climb to fifth place with a 5-4 record. rockets are traditionally a perennial feature in the upper reaches of the table, but have struggled over the past two seasons. Their response was to bring in a new head coach and two new overseas players to compliment a number of wellknown faces. “Meshack Lufile is a genuine back-to-the-basket kind of player that we don’t see many of in our league,” said Derby head coach Matt Shaw. “It will be a tricky match-up and I think we’ll have our hands full trying to keep him quiet. “I’ve also been really impressed with Tyler Cartaino. He can do a little bit of everything and he’s a real statline filler. Trying to keep him quiet and make his life as difficult as possible will also be a key part of the game plan. “They have a handful of other new players to go with some good returning players, so we’ve definitely got our work cut out. Hopefully, we can build on last week’s performance and continue to play our exciting brand of basketball and make it difficult for the opposition.” rockets were not in action last weekend but come to Derby having won four of the last five in the league. 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