Here are a selection of your photos from Remembrance Day services across the region.
Christmas at Chatsworth: 7th November - 3rd January (Chatsworth House, Bakewell, Derbyshire)
As we move into the festive season Chatsworth has taken inspiration from a children’s classic. Visitors can enjoy Christmas at Chatsworth with adventures from Mr Toad, Mole, Ratty and Badger as the house has is transformed into scenes loosely based on Kenneth Grahame's much-loved classic Wind in the Willows.
Visitors are invited to take a look around the house and see the Painted Hall transformed into the Baronial Toad Hall, discover scenes of the riverside folk getting ready to celebrate Christmas at Toad Hall and witness Mole helping to dress Ratty's Christmas tree before loading up his little boat with gifts to take to Toad Hall.
See more: http://www.chatsworth.org/
We're a nation of food lovers - but the cheaper and fresher it is - the more we love it! So what do you say to handpicked food for free?
Food foraging is becoming more popular, with those in the know taking a countryside stroll and coming home laden with ingredients.
As well as saving money it can also mean unique flavours. It's rumoured London's famous Ivy restaurant was so named after the head chef added the plant to his dishes.
So we sent Hannah Stokes to Hartington's cookery school in Bakewell, to discover the secrets of the Midlands landscape.
ITV News Central has been out in Derbyshire learning which foods you can forage for free, to save money and get some unique flavours.
Expert forager Chris Bax gives tips on staying safe when picking wild plants.
More than 100 sheep have been stolen in just four months in a spate of sheep rustling attacks in Derbyshire.
Police have urged farmers and other people in the Bakewell area to stay alert after a total of 105 crop ewes and mule ewes were stolen between September last year and this month.
All the sheep had red flock markings on their backs.
Witnesses or anyone with information about the thefts are urged to call police in Bakewell on 101, quoting reference 1998/14.
Sixty thousand people are expected to visit the Bakewell Show in Derbyshire, which starts today.
The two-day agricultural show began 183 years ago, and includes stunt shows, activities and classes.
The Dogs Unleashed event is taking place in Bakewell Showground in Derbyshire this weekend.
It has been running for five years. The organisers say it normally attracts around 5,000 people over the two days.
The event informs the public and dog owners about issues that are regularly seen in the news, such as responsible dog ownership, relationships between children and dogs.
People will also be taught how to deal with the aggression of dogs and shown ways to socialise dogs and improve their health.
There will be microchipping, free health checks and behavioural advice at the event, which will also educate the public about working dogs - the local fire service and search and rescue dogs will be involved in this.
A cleanup operation is underway at the St Anselm's school in Bakewell which was damaged by fire over the weekend.
Six fire crews tackled a blaze in the sports on Saturday night. The school is due to reopen tomorrow as normal.
David Hutchinson from Derbyshire Fire & Rescue service says the blaze which partially destroyed the sports hall at the St Anselm's Prep school in Bakewell, most likely started in the bolier room, and the fire is not being treated as suspicious.