A 70-year-old woman from Chesterfield is raising money for the hospital which saved her - by doing her second sky dive.
John Sheridan has been sacked as manager of League Two side Chesterfield - just five months after he led the club to victory at Wembley.
Twenty-five years after being abandoned as a baby on the steps of Chesterfield shop, a woman has launched a hunt for her birth mum.
The MP for North East Derbyshire has spoken about the fire in Chesterfield which killed four people on Wednesday morning.
Natascha Engel (Labour) called the fire a "tragedy":
– Natascha Engel MP, North East Derbyshire
North Wingfield is a very close-knit community and everybody feels the devastation, tragedy and shock of this. I know they will be giving all the support possible to the families and the little girl
A grandmother whose daughter and two grandsons were killed in a house fire in North Wingfield has paid tribute to them.
Lynn Leighton has issued a statement following the death of her daughter Josie Leighton and her grandsons Tyler Green and Jordan Green.
They were killed along with 27 year-old Claire James in the fire at a house on Williamthorpe Road on Wednesday morning.
– Lynn Leighton
Josie was a lovely, loving daughter who had lots of friends.
Tyler was always happy. He loved life, he loved school and was always full of beans.
Jordan was a real character. He loved his family, especially his grandma and always had lots of friends.
They will all be greatly missed.
We are devastated by what has happened and we ask for privacy at this time to allow the whole family to grieve.
Investigations by police and the fire service into the cause of the fire continue today.
Post mortem examinations are also taking place to establish the cause of death.
The schools of the two children killed in a house fire in North Wingfield on Wednesday morning have paid tribute to them:
– Val Fisher, Headteacher, North East Derbyshire Support Centre
We were saddened to hear the news of Jordan’s death and our thoughts are with his friends and family.
“Jordan had only been with us since September, but in that short time was making good progress. He was well liked by fellow pupils and staff and always had a big smile on his face. He enjoyed all the activities, and loved being part of a team. He was funny and sociable. We will all miss him
– North Wingfield Primary School
Everyone at our school is saddened by the news and our thoughts at this time are with the families directly affected by this tragedy.
Tyler was a valued member of our school community and we will all miss him. He was a quiet thoughtful, considerate boy who was polite and helpful. He had many good friends in school and in the community and this makes it all the more difficult to hear this news.
Already the school community is committed to the idea that there will be a lasting and durable memorial to him.
Postmortem examinations are taking place on four people, including two children, killed on a fire at a terraced house at North Wingfield, on Wednesday morning.Many floral tributes have been left outside the house.
Police say the cause of the blaze still has not yet been determined.
Investigations are continuing into what caused a house fire which killed two women and two children near Chesterfield.
Claire James, 27, and Josie Leighton, 32, were pronounced dead at the scene.
Two boys, Tyler Green, 9, and Jordan Green, 12, were also in the house and were taken to Chesterfield and District Royal Hospital, where they were pronounced dead.
The blaze broke out in North Wingfield early yesterday morning. A seven-year-old girl managed to escape with minor injuries. Post mortem examinations will take place today.
The victims of a house fire in North Wingfield, Derbyshire, have been named by police as Claire James, 27, Josie Leighton, 32, Tyler Green, 9, and Jordan Green, 12.
Derbyshire Police say Claire James and Josie Leighton died at the scene. The boys - Tyler and Jordan - were later pronounced dead at hospital.
A seven-year-old girl was taken to hospital following the fire, suffering from minor smoke inhalation. Police say she has since been discharged.
A joint investigation by the police and fire service continues.
There are growing concerns tonight for a police officer from Derbyshire who's been missing for three days.
Tim Frohwein was last seen leaving his home in Buxton on Sunday afternoon. It's thought he might've gone for a walk in the nearby Peak District National Park, despite being unstable on his feet from recent knee surgery. Chris Halpin reports.
The family of missing Chief Inspector, Tim Frohwein, has issued a statement. Mr Frohwein has been missing from his home in Buxton since Sunday.
Police are becoming increasingly concerned as to his whereabouts.
– Family statement
We’d like to thank the police search team, and the Mountain Rescue volunteers for their ongoing efforts towards finding Dad. We would also like to thank those friends and family praying for his safe return.
While these thorough searches are going on locally we would also like to appeal to the wider public to assist with any possible sightings or information that may help bring Dad home.
In his job he used to be the one doing the searching, now it’s all been turned upside down.
Chief Inspector Rick Gooch said that fire crews, who were alerted by a neighbour at around 5am, found the surviving child, suffering from the effects of smoke in the rear garden of the property.
Describing the deaths as a tragic event which would have an obvious impact on the community, Mr Gooch declined to say whether the fire was thought to have been started deliberately, and said it would be wrong to speculate about the cause while it was still under investigation.
Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service area manager Kam Basi also addressed the media at a cordon near the scene in Williamthorpe Road. He said:
– Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service area manager Kam Basi
Our firefighters battled quite arduous conditions within the premises, which was heavily smoke-logged. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families concerned.
Police are working to identify two women and two boys who were killed in a house fire early today. Derbyshire Police said officers and fire service experts were still attempting to establish the cause of the fatal blaze in North Wingfield, near Chesterfield.
Speaking near the scene of the fire, Chief Inspector Rick Gooch confirmed that a seven-year-old girl was being treated in hospital after escaping with minor injuries.