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Nine things you won't want to miss in Derbyshire this weekend

Summer holidays may be over but there's still plenty of fun to be had in Derbyshire.

We've been scouring the county for the top attractions this weekend. Here is our pick of the best:

Watch young musicians and artists exhibiting their talents in the free family-friendly Altitude Festival, on September 14 from 12 noon, which forms part of Wirksworth Festival.

5. Derbyshire Eco Centre and National Stone Centre, Wirksworth

Watch young musicians and artists exhibiting their talents in the free family-friendly Altitude Festival, on September 14 from 12 noon, which forms part of Wirksworth Festival.
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Check out 70 creations on the scarecrow trail around the village of Duffield on September 14 and 15.

6. Duffield

Check out 70 creations on the scarecrow trail around the village of Duffield on September 14 and 15.
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Elesha Paul Moses stars in Whitney: Queen of the Night which will be staged in Buxton on Friday, September 13.

7. Buxton Opera House

Elesha Paul Moses stars in Whitney: Queen of the Night which will be staged in Buxton on Friday, September 13.
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A guided walk will kick off the annual 16-day Autumn Footprints festival on September 14. Free tea, coffee and cake will be on offer at the launch on Saturday at 10am.

8. Shipley Country Park, near Heanor

A guided walk will kick off the annual 16-day Autumn Footprints festival on September 14. Free tea, coffee and cake will be on offer at the launch on Saturday at 10am.
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