Monthly Archives: January 2014

December 2013 Weather

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22 January , 2014

Weather Statistics  –  Tideswell  –  December 2013   Temperature   Mean daily maximum:                     7.5 (2.3 above average) Mean daily minimum:                      2.0 (1.2 above average) Mean temperature:                          4.7 (1.7 above average)   Highest daily maximum:                 11.3 (15th) Lowest daily maximum:                    3.4 (25rd)   Lowest daily minimum:                   -1.1 (26th) Highest daily minimum:                   6.4 (9th)   Lowest […]

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February’s Cover Image

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22 January , 2014
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2013 Weather Statistics

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22 January , 2014

Weather Statistics  –  Tideswell  –  Whole Year 2013   Temperature   Mean daily maximum:                   11.8 (0.3 above average) Mean daily minimum:                      4.7 (0.1 below average) Mean temperature:                          8.3 (0.1 above average)   Highest daily maximum:                 29.2 Lowest daily maximum:                   -1.2   Lowest daily minimum:                   -9.5 Highest daily minimum:                  15.5   Lowest daily grass minimum:         -11.8 […]

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Vintage Festival

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22 January , 2014

This year is going to be a vintage year for Tideswell with the first ever Vintage Festival running on the first Sunday of Wakes. Timed to coincide with the arrival of up to 800 L’ Eroica cyclists, all on pre-1987 bikes with their riders dressed accordingly, the Tideswell Vintage Festival is hoping to attract owners […]

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Chef Joe’s Recipe of the Month

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22 January , 2014

PAN FRIED PORK LOIN CHOPS Serves 4 Ingredients 4 boneless pork loin chops weighing about 150g each 2 tsp. butter salt and pepper to season Method Heat a non-stick frying pan with the butter over a medium heat. Season the pork chops with salt and pepper on both sides. When the butter is bubbling turn […]

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Search for Orion

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22 January , 2014

The Peak District Dark Skies Group is seeking the help of residents and visitors to help monitor the impact of light pollution on our night sky. The group is asking people to join in an annual star survey by assessing the brightness of the constellation Orion over the Peak District National Park. Orion – the […]

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“Bowser” Revealed

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22 January , 2014

Ian Morgan took Tideswell History Club on a virtual tour of Bolsover at our January meeting and told us much of its great historical importance. Because the town has Norman origins and a magnificently sited castle, the streets are laid out in a grid pattern very similar to the streets in Castleton. Some of the […]

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Hair-Raising!

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22 January , 2014

Three brave ladies sitting in a row, Hats off to Catherine, Liz and Jo. Who, for a cause that’s ‘close to home’, Had their heads shaved to the bone! Why lose their tresses you may wonder. Have skulls resembling a rotunda. To raise some wonga is the answer, Much needed funds for fighting cancer. So […]

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Inspirational Music

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22 January , 2014

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 and London. On Fri 21st February at 19.30 she […]

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From the Editor

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22 January , 2014

The plot thickens… Last month no sooner had I triumphantly announced that the Village Voice was 21 this year, then a message was left on my answer machine from Ray Walker, who had in his possession a copy of the very first VV from March 1995. Which makes us only 20 not 21. Somewhere down […]

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