Some of the world's best contemporary sculptures will be on display to the public at Chatsworth House from next week - but today the media was lucky enough to get a sneak preview.
The Duke and Duchess of Devonshire proudly showed off the "Beyond Limits" exhibition, which has become one of the estate's most popular annual attractions. Organised by Sothebys, the 20 magnificent pieces are spread across 105 acres of historic gardens.
More than 20 sculptures have been revealed to the press today by the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire in the garden at Chatsworth for the Beyond Limits exhibition.
A specially commissioned work by Allen Jones is part of a strong British contingent including Marc Quinn, Thomas Heatherwick and Bill Woodrow. The exhibition runs from Monday September 9th until October 27th.
After many country fairs and shows have been a wash out this year the sun has finally shone on one of our region's annual outdoor events. Chatsworth Country Fair opened in the grounds of the North Derbyshire stately home today, with organisers expecting a bumper crop of visitors.
Thousands of visitors are expected at Chatsworth House over the next three days as the stately home hosts its annual country fair. Organisers expect visitors numbers to be up after many shows this year were washed out.
And there was more good news for Chatsworth home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. It's just been voted the UK's favouritive stately home in a Which magazine poll.
A sunny start at Chatsworth House in North Derbyshire as the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire welcome soldiers from King's Troop who will be displaying at the 3-day Country Fair. Organisers are expecting thousands of visitors after many shows were cancelled this year due to poor weather.
And there was more good news for Chatsworth as it has just been voted as the UK's favourite stately home in a Which magazine poll.
A selection of fragile drawings are going on display at Chatsworth House in Derbyshire.
For the first time in 100 years the work by artists such as da Vinci, Titian and Raphael will be displayed for a limited time before being returned to dark storage to preserve it for futur generations.