Pies, Love and Peas

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21 January , 2018

Tideswell Community Players are holding a fun evening of readings about love on 17th February, with added food! The performance will cover a wide range of things in our hearts so much, from people to chocolate cake to sport. The good times…and the bad. This entertaining evening will be focussed around a pie and pea […]

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Litton Parish Council report

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20 January , 2018

The Council’s tree maintenance work will start at the beginning of February. This was explained and consulted upon by the Parish Council at a public meeting in September. The work will take place on the trees on the village green outside the Red Lion and on those on the green outside Litton Village Hall. The […]

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Here Be Dragons

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18 January , 2018

It was time to remedy the fact that Tidza Ramblers had never walked on New Year’s Day.  The local route was familiar and it was satisfying to point out things of interest to a new couple who are settling into the village. After going over Litton Edge we kept to lanes before going down Litton […]

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200+ club

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18 January , 2018

*Happy New Year to everyone, including those who have moved into the district during the last year, from all the TDCA Committee.* Newcomers to the area may be interested to know that a free “Welcome Pack” full of useful information about the district is available for collection at Peaches Fruit & Vegetable shop in Tideswell. […]

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Singers

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18 January , 2018

At this time of year Tideswell Singers always hope that weather conditions don’t prevent rehearsals going ahead! Singers come from surrounding villages, with many making a 20 mile round trip to make sure they get their weekly fix of singing with friends. The benefits of singing in a choir have been mentioned before – it’s […]

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Fwd: For Village Voice

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17 January , 2018

We would like to thank all those who have been so kind whilst we have been suffering from the Australian flu. It was a great sadness to be ill when we should have been celebrating our Diamond wedding anniversary, but we are planning something later in the year when we are fully recovered. If we […]

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Fairtrade Fortnight

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17 January , 2018

Is it Fair? We all have to shop, and more often than not we have no idea about where or how the products we buy are produced. But if an item carries the Fair Trade symbol, then we can know that those who have worked for us are being treated well and fairly. Each year […]

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Tideswell Cinema – film

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17 January , 2018

This month’s film is described as ‘a beautifully and richly textured drama’ and received numerous award nominations in 2017. It is ‘Manchester by the Sea’, and will be shown on Thursday 22nd February at 7.30pm, upstairs in the George Inn. As usual, all are welcome to come along, with a cost of £4 for guest […]

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Wm. Lennon – Bootmakers.

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16 January , 2018

Wm. Lennon & Co. – Bootmakers. (The last heavy duty boot manufacturer in the U.K.) Tideswell Local History Club were treated to a very heroic story when, at their January meeting, Libs Slattery (being the great granddaughter of the founder) gave a superb account of this courageous little firm. William’s parents had died of T.B. […]

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Cressbrook Film Club

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15 January , 2018

  CRESSBROOK FILM CLUB Friday 16th February 2018 Their Finest (cert 12 112mins) 1940, London. With the country’s morale at stake, Catrin Cole (Gemma Arterton) takes a job as a script writer for women’s dialogue in morale-boosting films being made when cinemas were re-opened. An idea of hers to make a film about Dunkirk from […]

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Tideswell Cinema Live

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15 January , 2018

World class opera, drama and ballet come to Tideswell Cinema in February, featuring livebroadcasts from the UK’s top companies, upstairs at the George Inn. First we have Puccini’s Tosca, a love story set amid the political turbulence of Rome in1800, live from the Royal Opera House at 7.15pm on Wed Feb 7. Conducted by DanEttinger, […]

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Linda Mary Gill

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11 January , 2018

Linda Gill (formerly Cliffe) sadly passed away on the 14th December after bravely trying to carry on a normal life right up to almost the end of an eighteen month illness. Lynda’s husband Ken Gill and family would like to thank all friends and neighbours for all their help and support during Lynda’s illness. Could […]

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Christmas 2018

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9 January , 2018

Thank you to everyone who helped make Christmas 2017 our best yet with lights and decorations. We are keen to make it even better in 2018 and we are looking to you for suggestions and ideas. What do you think would be a great addition to the display? Is there anything you’d like to see? […]

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Tideswell Public Toilets

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9 January , 2018

It is very disappointing to have to report further damage and vandalism in the gents public toilets. Any acts of damage and vandalism will be reported to the Police. We are concerned about this deliberate damage which Mick Dalton is having to spend more and more time fixing. If this continues we will have to […]

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Grit Bins

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9 January , 2018

As we are suffering quite a cold winter, the need for Grit has been much higher than the last few years. If you notice a grit bin requires filling please contact Hannah Owen directly on 07738076902 or clerk@tideswellparishcouncil.co.uk to report this and arrangements to fill it will be made ASAP. We ask if only the […]

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