What is Chesterfield?

  • (noun): An overstuffed davenport with upright armrests.
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Chesterfield

Chesterfield is a market town and a borough of Derbyshire, England. It lies 24 miles (39 km) north of Derby, on a confluence of the rivers Rother and Hipper. Its population is 103,800 (2011), making it Derbyshire's largest town (the larger Derby being a city). It is located on the A61, 6 miles (9.7 km) from the M1, and forms part of the Sheffield City Region.

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Liam Cooper - Club Career - Chesterfield Loan
... Cooper joined Chesterfield on 1 November 2012, on a months loan deal ... The following month, Cooper loan spell at Chesterfield was extended until 5 January 2013 ...
Chesterfield School District
... There are several school districts in the United States called Chesterfield School District, including Chesterfield School District (New Hampshire ...
Scott Boden - Career
... Boden left the Ă…land islands for England and Chesterfield after his stint at the Mariehamn based club ... He was offered a new one year contract by Chesterfield in May 2012 which Boden accepted ... struggled to get regular football at Chesterfield, Boden moved on loan to Conference National side Alfreton Town until 20 April ...
Chesterfield Canal Trust - Aims
... members, and its aims include the promotion of the restoration and development of the Chesterfield Canal campaigning for the construction of the Rother Link which would join the Chesterfield ... This was first proposed by the Chesterfield Canal Society in 1995, and would involve the canalisation of 8 miles (13 km) of the River Rother from Killamarsh to the River Don at Rotherham ...
Chesterfield - Cigarette Camp
... Camp Chesterfield was one of the American Army camps established near Le Havre, France in World War II ...

More definitions of "Chesterfield":

  • (noun): A fitted overcoat with a velvet collar.