Monthly Archives: February 2014

Tideswell Charity Knitters

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February 23, 2014

A small group meet on the fourth Wednesday of each month in the Institute at about 10.00 for a chat and coffee, to knit for a wide variety of charities. Over the last 15 months, we have sent items to KasCare, a project for AIDS orphans, a local baby unit, Aquabox. and Samaritans Purse. We […]

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Nursery News

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February 23, 2014

Flagg Nursery School would like to express our gratitude and appreciation to Sophie’s mum (Amy the scientist), William’s mum (Andrea the nurse), Dan, William, Zoe and Briony’s mums (for reading with children), the Mycocks at Flagg Hall Farm (for showing us how a dairy farm works), Sarah Cooper from Diamond Court Dental Practice (for teaching […]

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Dog Fouling

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February 23, 2014

The Parish Council has received complaints about persistent dog fouling along Richard Lane. Some people have bagged up the dog dirt, then put the bags into or on the wall, or thrown the bags into the adjacent field. Please act responsibly, dog owners, and clean up after your dogs. This is a health hazard as […]

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Local History Club

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February 23, 2014

John Robinson’s talk will be on The Robinson Centenary “The Trip of a Lifetime” 1939 at 8pm in the St John’s Institute, Tideswell. Visitors are welcome (£2.50 inc refreshments.) Enquiries Julia Walker 01298 871591 or Elaine Chapman 01298 871468,  

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Counting by Numbers

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February 23, 2014

Well knickers well and truly twisted over issue numbers. Here are two letters. Oops! If the date in your article in Volume 21 Issue 2 regarding the first issue of the Village Voice is correct and not a typo, then Mr. Walker’s first issue of the magazine would have been a year old in March […]

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Women’s Day of Prayer

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February 23, 2014

Come along to the Parish Church on Friday 7th March at 2pm, and join women right around the world in a service of worship prepared by the Christian women of Egypt. Even men are welcome!  

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The Leprosy Mission

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February 23, 2014

Every year a speaker comes to Tideswell to talk about the work of the mission amongst people who suffer from leprosy. This is a disease of poverty that can easily be treated, but too often, through fear, diagnosis comes too late, and nerve damage results in disability. It is a much misunderstood disease, and people […]

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Night Stop

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February 23, 2014

Based in Buxton, High Peak Night Stop offers emergency food and accommodation to young people in crisis situations, and also runs a Food Bank. If you would like to contribute food (tins and packets) or toiletries in support of their work, there is a box at the back of St John’s Church where you can […]

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Our Thanks

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February 23, 2014

The residents of Nicholson Court wish to publicly thank their Court Manager, Clair Lamb for her dogged determination in getting the wilderness cut down at the rear of the building which blocked light from all the downstairs flats. Her dedication to the needs of those of us who live here is greatly appreciated.   Maureen […]

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