One of the more fun events the Mayor and Mayoress have taken part in recently was attending Chesterfield's Medieval Market.
The weather was great and the Town was filled with not only local residents but many hundreds of visitors from all over the country. The whole market area was filled with charity stalls where every one was dressed in medieval costumes.
Pictured (l to r): Bethany Thompson, Jeanette Hamer (Mop Cap), Nathan Hamer, The Mayoress, The Mayor, Shaun Hamer, the Winner with her crown - Barbara Wallace, Geryon Bagshaw (Lady in Green), Kathryn Thompson.
The Mayor and Mayoress had to choose the winning stall which was Barbara Wallace for the Nenna Kind Centre's Stall(Chesterfield Cancer Drop In Centre).
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