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Mum of one punch death victim launches campaign to tackle binge drinking

The mother of an ex-soldier who died after being hit with a single punch in Chesterfield has started a campaign encouraging people not to binge drink.

Chris Henchcliffe served in the army in the Yorkshire Regiment

Chris Henchcliffe, who served in the army in the Yorkshire Regiment, died in July last year.

His mother, Yvonne, wants bars to promote non-alcoholic drinks to try and tackle the problem.



Street named after Chesterfield footballing hero

The town of Chesterfield has named a street after Ernie Moss - one of its footballing legends.

Ernie Moss Way leads to the Proact football stadium - home of the club where he made his name - and earned the respect of generations of fans.

The former striker has dementia and has now lost his power of speech. His family believe that his condition and that of other players was caused by the sport they loved. Katie Oscroft reports.

Sisters' campaign to have debilitating illness recognised

Two sisters from Chesterfield have started a campaign to have the debilitating illness Fibromyalgia classed as a disability.

Those with the condition can feel pain all over their body and it leads to chronic fatigue. Adrienne and Leeann Lakin say there should also be better treatment facilities.

Click below to watch Chris Kiddey's report:

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