Monthly Archives: March 2014

Litton Parish Matters

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March 24, 2014

Last month I reported on the grounds maintenance contract and explained that Barrett Lane in Litton is allowed to become overgrown in the early autumn to provide a supply of sweet cicily seeds for use in the well dressing. Since then I have been told there is an ample stock of seeds and supplies can […]

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Chef Joe’s Buns

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March 24, 2014

CHELSEA BUNS Makes 7 Ingredients 250g strong white flour 1 tsp. salt 1 ½ tsp. easy blend dried yeast 1 ½ tsp. caster sugar 25g butter, diced 100-120ml warmed milk 1 egg, beaten The filling 125g mixed sultanas, raisins and currants 50g muscovado sugar ½ tsp. ground cinnamon 20g butter To finish fondant icing warmed […]

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Tideswell Cinema

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March 24, 2014

“Captain Phillips” Did you know that you don’t have to travel miles to go to the cinema?! Although Tideswell Cinema is a membership organisation, it is open for guest members to come to see any of our films, which are always shown upstairs in The George at 7.30pm, and usually on a Thursday evening, every […]

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Pubs and Cafes in Tideswell and District

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March 24, 2014

In the first of a series of regular special Pull Out and Keeps, we highlight this month all those opportunities to indulge in Tideswell and District. Our local pubs and cafes are the lifeblood of our community and need our support. If you have a holiday cottage and would like more copies of this insert, […]

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200+ Club

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March 24, 2014

The results of the March 2014 200+ Club draw £25 – 236, £20 – 143, £100 – 047 £10 – 181, £10 – 127 Congratulations to all the winners. During the past season the membership has fallen by seven due to a variety of reasons. We can still call ourselves a 200+ club as there […]

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Cressbrook Film Club

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March 24, 2014

On Friday 11th April, CFC are showing Tea With Mussolini (cert PG) This is a story of civilised disobedience based on the childhood memories of Italian director Franco Zeffirelli, set in Florence during the dawn of WW2. A haven for English ‘gentility’ is where tea is served at 4 o’clock precisely each tranquil afternoon, when […]

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Litton Concert

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March 24, 2014

Saturday 31st May Concert, 7pm, Christ Church Litton. Come and enjoy the Nottingham-based West Gallery Quire ‘Tuesday Occasionals’ who will sing the music of 18th Century English parish churches and nonconformist Chapels, along with the American Shapenote music derived from it. Like Derbyshire’s local Village Carols, this music is lively and harmonious, a joy to […]

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Allotment Show

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March 24, 2014

As of the 1st of April there will just 152 days to go before the next Tideswell Show on August 30th. Now is the time to plan your entries for 2014. At the Allotment Association’s AGM last month it was reported that at the successful 2013 Show all the entries came from Tideswell and the […]

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From Tideswell to Somerset

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March 24, 2014

Well done to Phil Stafford for his delivery of food etc from our village to the flood victims in Somerset. His Shop in Tideswell van was packed solid, and demonstrated what a caring community we are. There is a display of some of the photos he took in the Parish Church. Do pop in and […]

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Diagnostic Dogs

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March 24, 2014

Have you heard of Diagnostic Dogs? If you are interested in dogs and / or you have diabetes, epilepsy , cancer or many other ailments, then you should come along to an amazing talk. Nicola from the Diagnostic Dogs Charity will be giving an illustrated talk , hosted by High Peak Diabetic Self Help group […]

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