Monthly Archives: December 2012

Real Time Information system

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December 7, 2012

If you presently employ staff or you own a small limited company where you take a salary, we think you would want to know about the new Real Time Information system thought up by HMRC that is to come into effect in April 2013. As you almost certainly already know, currently, all employers must pay […]

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Village Voice On Twitter

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December 4, 2012

The Village Voice has now got a Twitter account.  The month’s articles will be posted onto Twitter at regular intervals helping to further spread the word about what is going on in Tideswell and District. We hope you enjoy the Village Voice on Twitter

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Blue Bins


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December 1, 2012

We have had our new bins now for a couple of months, and there have been problems. Apparently the bin men are as frustrated as we all are. They previously worked as bin men in different areas – Serco wanted to swap everyone around so they could do it “their way” and didn’t want “local […]

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Litton Winter Market


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December 1, 2012

Litton Village Green on Friday 7th December from 5 pm until 9 pm will be given over to “shopping how it used to be”. 20 local traders will be selling food and gifts for Christmas, ranging from fish, fruit and veg, home made puddings and pickles to specialist jewellery, wooden toys, cards, woolly scarves and […]

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Front Cover

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December 1, 2012
Townend, Tideswell

Litton Council Crisis


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December 1, 2012

Does anybody know what’s going on with Litton Parish Council? Their web site (www.littonparishcouncil.co.uk) says that four of the seven parish councillors have resigned in recent months, giving the unfortunate impression that all is not well within the team. What’s the trouble? The published October minutes (unadopted) record that the three remaining councillors agreed to […]

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Pencils for Ghana


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December 1, 2012

The children of Bishop Pursglove School last month sent over a hundred pencils, crayons, sharpeners and rubbers to Ghana, which I took when visiting various fair trade projects. Most went to a school in the remote village of Amankwatia, which was built as a result of the Fairtrade Premium paid to the local cocoa farmers. […]

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Tidza Ramblers


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December 1, 2012

A gloomy Sunday morning, not the planned date for the monthly walk, so I’d opted for reading the paper. However a phone call from a fellow rambler changed matters and a few of us set out for a short stroll.
 We were soon in lively conversation with a farmer who even apologised for mud on […]

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Soroptimists Buxton


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December 1, 2012

The November business meeting was well received. Members learned about the conference in Belfast which several ladies had attended. The Charity Christmas card shop was taking place at St John’s church, Buxton and the takings will be passed on to the various charities soon. Joint presidents Dianne Doughty and Judith Pickering also gave a report […]

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Children in Need


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December 1, 2012

Thank you to the customers of Tideswell Stores who donated to Children in Need. The Bonus Ball draw raised £73 and the winner was Mrs M Warburton.


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