Monthly Archives: May 2014

Glorious Singers

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May 22, 2014

It was glorious occasion in all senses of the word – a glorious sound from over 100 singers in the glorious Cathedral of the Peak in a glorious choral work – Gloria by Antonio Vivaldi. Tideswell Singers hosted their third Come & Sing day on Saturday 10 May. The main choir was joined by superb […]

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Litton Parish Matters

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May 22, 2014

First of all the Parish Council would like to say a big thank you to everyone who contributed to and worked so hard to raise the money to build the new steps and porch on the Cressbrook club. The club is important to Cressbrook and it is a real testament to the residents that they […]

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Wakes: Nearly there

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May 22, 2014

Wow we are nearly at Wakes Week 2014! We are fast approaching a big week of festivities. Thank you for your continued support and attending the events throughout the year. It was great to see so many of you at the Food Festival supporting the Tideswell Wakes Team. Please don’t forget to place your order […]

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An Atmospheric House

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May 22, 2014

How many times have some of us driven past Eyam Hall and wondered what it must be like inside. On our May field trip, members of the History Club at last found out and what an eye-opener it turned out to be. Built around 1671 on the sturdy, solid, English – almost going back to […]

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Taste Tideswell reaches out

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May 22, 2014

Taste Tideswell and the Tideswell School of Food are all about growing, cooking, promoting (and of course) eating good local food. Earlier this year Taste Tideswell launched a community subgroup, involving as many of the community groups in Tideswell as possible. This aims to look at how we can reconnect people with growing and preparing […]

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40 years young

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May 22, 2014

Chapel-en-le Frith Ladies’ Choir is looking forward to being the guest of Tideswell Male Voice Choir on Friday 27th June at the TMVC’s Annual Concert in St John’s Church, Tideswell. The choir was founded in 1974, the members have been celebrating their Ruby Anniversary Year with a series of concerts, social events, workshops and the […]

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200+ Club

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May 22, 2014

Remember if you don’t join, you can’t win ! Congratulations to this month’s winners. £25 – 002; £20 – 114; £10 – 242; £10 – 218; £10 – 229 June’s draw has a top prize of £50. Look out for us on Big Sat’dy, join us then and help us to raise money to help […]

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Chef Joe’s Recipe of the Month

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May 22, 2014

SMOKED TROUT PATE WITH HORSERADISH Serves 4 Ingredients 125g smoked trout, skin removed 1-2 tsp. hot horseradish sauce 1 tbsp. crème fraiche 1 tsp. chopped fresh chives juice ½ lemon salt and pepper to season fresh watercress leaves and toasted rustic bread to serve Method Flake 3/4 of the smoked trout and place in a […]

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Living History Group

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May 22, 2014

A very successful day was had at the “HistoryBox” during the Food Festival. Some of the stories caused lots of laughter and amazement – thank goodness Audrey Smith (Hopkins) and Malcolm Burton survived under the table!! and….what about Patsy Gibbs and her pet lamb! Watch out during Wakes Week for a display in church and […]

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Donkey rides in Tidza!

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May 22, 2014

A young girl cheerfully followed the donkeys all day and scooped up when necessary into a sturdy container. She asked politely what to do with the contents. Thanks to Tara’s efforts there should be a bumper crop of rhubarb in the Kitchen Garden this year.   Helen Royle

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