Monthly Archives: December 2013

Double Bill & Meal

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December 19, 2013

Saturday 11th January sees the Special Event arranged by Tideswell Cinema, from 15.30 to 20.30. Brighten a gloomy winter’s day by joining us on two adventurous ‘train journeys’! All at The George, with a meal between. The first film is the Hitchcock classic thriller “Strangers on a train”. Can two complete strangers get away with […]

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Inspirational Music

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December 19, 2013

Join us for an inspirational evening of live music and testimony featuring beautiful songs from Philippa’s captivating story book album ‘Through The Woods’. See philippahanna.com Recently Philippa has been the supporting artist for Wet, Wet Wet’s national tour at all the main arenas including Manchester, Birmingham, London. On Fri 21st February at 19.30 she will […]

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Why Are Resolutions So Hard To Keep?

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December 19, 2013

How many people find this scenario familiar? There’s something you’ve decided to stop doing, or start doing, and you definitely want to make the change, but somehow you just don’t get around to it, or you change for a little while then slide back into your old ways. Most of us have some habit that […]

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Tidza Ramblers

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December 19, 2013

Brilliant sunshine on the first walk last month meant our spirits were high. ‘’ There’s a lot of noise! ‘’ came the shout from over a Tidza resident’s wall, hopes of a quiet spell in the garden temporarily on hold. Later, from a little known path above Tansley Dale, there was a superb view of […]

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Stirrings

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December 19, 2013

Wow! What a memorable performance the Community Players put on. The Stirrings in Sheffield was so adventurous and just goes to show what talent we have in “good old Tidza”. Thanks for a wonderful evening.   The Coffee Gang

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“STIRRINGS” IN TIDZA

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December 19, 2013

At the end of November, The Stirrings in Sheffield on a Saturday Night, was performed by Tideswell Community Players in the atmospheric Cathedral of the Peak. Written by Alan Cullen in the 1960s, the play portrays the desperate working conditions of the saw grinders and other workers of 100 years earlier. The stone and steel […]

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Nicholson Court Coffee

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December 19, 2013

A big thank you to all who came out to support the Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan. They raised £415 in total. In particular could we thank all the local traders who were especially generous with donating prizes for our raffle.   Claire Lamb

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Litton Winter Market

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December 19, 2013

Despite the previous day’s gales and miserable weather on the night, the residents of Litton and surrounding areas turned out in force to support this event, raising some £530 for local projects. Friends of Litton Village would like to offer their sincere thanks to Holdsworth, Direct Charcoal, the Red Lion, traders and all those villagers […]

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Litton Parish Matters

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December 19, 2013

Litton Parish Council wishes all its residents a very merry Christmas and a successful New Year. The Council also says a big thank you to all the adults and children who have contributed to the wonderful Christmas festivities and decorations in the Parish. Best Wishes for 2014 From Councillors – John Butler, Anne Evans, John […]

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Duke’s Manorial Rights

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December 19, 2013

Over the last couple of months The Village Voice has followed the tale of some residents who had received Land Registry notices. Those that disrupted the claim have had mixed results. As we heard last month The Mitson’s were unsuccessful but others, who disputed the notices, have had their own rights confirmed in letters from […]

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