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Phil Crathorne, from Burton's King's Way Church said there had been a great response from the public as he and a team of volunteers walked an 18ft (5.4m) blue cross from Derby to Burton.
He said: "We've had lots of people waving and beeping their cars as they've gone past. We loved that - it's been fantastic."
A dry and largely clear night with a light breeze and lows of 7C (45F).
The large blue cross being walked from Derby to Burton has now reached Newton Solney.
The cross, a gift from Derby's Queen's Hall Methodist Church to Burton's King's Way Church is due to reach its destination at about 18:00.
Sara and I are looking after your television news and weather today. We're on BBC One at the slightly earlier time of 16:30.
Chesterfield's safer neighbourhood team tweets: It's been a busy morning, male arrested for causing problems in the town centre & dealt with a shoplifting incident and various other details
Wilko Johnson has been added to the line-up for this year's Bearded Theory festival in Derbyshire.
The former Dr Feelgood guitarist, who has been on a farewell tour since announcing last year he had terminal cancer, will join UB40, the Stranglers, Carter USM and The Wonder Stuff at the Catton Hall event which takes place 22-25 May.
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An 18ft (5.4m) blue cross is stopping at 13 churches as volunteers carry it from Derby to Burton today.
You can see the route here.
We're roughly halfway through the walk from Derby to Burton with the big blue cross. Here we're taking a break in Findern.
Derby's Landau Forte School has been offering young people free heart screenings today.
The event was organised by Lisa Jeffrey whose 15-year-old son died from a heart condition while playing football at Darley Park three years ago.
BBC Radio Derby Sport's Ed Dawes, Craig Ramage and Owen Bradley are in position for Derby v Millwall.
You can listen on 104.5, 95.3 and 96FM. Commentary is not available online.
A shop owner has been telling the Burton Mail about the terrifying moment a robber pulled a gun on her - before a have-a-go hero came to her rescue.
After 14:00, listen to my interview with Derby County fans favourite Paulo Wanchope ahead of his guest appearance at today's Millwall game.
Coming up on BBC One at 13:10 - the end of an era as a Royal Artillery Battery marches for the final time, plus more on the day's news and a look at the region's weather.
Burton Albion can move themselves closer to the automatic promotion places with victory at home to Oxford United this afternoon.
Marcus Holness is on standby to replace Shane Cansdell-Sherriff, who is struggling with a hamstring injury.
Today is International Women's Day and and Derby Museum and Art Gallery has a day of free crafts, activities and talks to celebrate. Find out more.
On my show, from 12-2, I'll be linking up with the volunteers moving a giant cross from Derby to Burton. Listen live.
The group is stopping at 13 venues along the way, including St Chad's in Derby and Mickelover's Youth With A Mission centre (pictured).
Chesterfield should have an unchanged squad as they bid to keep hold of the League Two top spot away at Accrington Stanley this afternoon.
Firefighters are washing cars for charity at Derby's Kingsway fire station today.
The good, clean, fundraising fun will be going on until 16:00.
A plus-size pole dancer from Derby is organising her own championships after coming third in a national competition.
Emma Haslam, who teaches pole dancing at her studios on Mansfield Road, told BBC Radio Derby her contest would be open to anyone because size should not matter.
An 18ft (5.4m) blue cross which has been donated by a church in Derby to a church in Burton is being walked there by volunteers today.
Phil Crathorne, from King's Way Church in Burton, told BBC Radio Derby: "The length of this thing is extraordinary. We've stuck wheels on the back end and hopefully it'll be manageable."
A secret nuclear bunker built in Derbyshire during the height of the Cold War has been put up for sale, reports today's Derby Telegraph.
This morning's top stories:
Dog walkers in the Peak District are being asked to keep their pets on leads after a spate of attacks on sheep, reports the BBC News website.
Craig Bryson should return for Derby County's home match against Millwall this afternoon after a thigh problem kept him out of the Rams' last home game.
Conor Sammon looks likely to deputise for suspended striker Chris Martin as the Rams look to bounce back from last week's defeat at Burnley.
The Royal Derby Hospital has rejected claims that putting its parking charges up from April will lead to more people opting to park on nearby streets.
The hospital's assistant director of facilities management, Paul Brooks, said he hoped the increase would encourage more people to make use of public transport instead.
Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service tweets: Morning all - don't forget it's our charity car wash today at Kingsway fire station - come and say hello.
A team of volunteers is walking a large blue cross 15 miles from Derby to Burton today.
The 18ft (5.4m) cross has been donated to Burton's King's Way Church by Derby's Queen's Hall Methodist Church on London Road as the building is being redeveloped.
BBC Travel News warns a car is on fire on the A38 southbound in Willington.
After a cloudy start, sunny spells should soon spread across the county with highs of 15C (59F).
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