Monthly Archives: May 2014

Tidza Ramblers

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May 22, 2014

There was little enthusiasm on a very wet morning for the planned destination of Kinder Scout. Spirits did perk up however at the suggestion of an alternative short walk. Bank Top wood, possibly unremarkable at other times of the year, was magical with May bluebells and we lingered in story book scenery. Vantage points on […]

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Blythe Cake Challenge

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May 22, 2014

Blythe House Hospice are having a Coffee Morning and Great Blythe Cake Challenge. You’re invited to make, enter and donate a cake or two or simply come along and enjoy between 10 and 12.30 on Friday 20th June at Blythe House Hospice, Eccles Fold, Chapel-en-le-Frith, SK23 9TJ. The competition classes are Fruit Cake, Sponge,Bread and […]

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Funds for Marie Curie

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May 22, 2014

The members of Buxton & District Soroptimists carried out a bag pack pack over two days to raise the fabulous figure of £1010 for Marie Curie Cancer charity, during their Daffodill Appeal. The picture shows President Sue Barber with one of the most recent members, Margaret Jackson, holding the Thank You certificate from Marie Curie. […]

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Band AGM

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May 22, 2014

Tideswell band is holding its AGM at the Youth Club building on 9th June at 19.30. All are welcome to come along and you’re urged to support your local band.  

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Live screenings

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May 22, 2014

June is a busy month for Tideswell Cinema. Our film season is over till September, but not so the live screenings from the National Theatre, the Royal Opera House, and the Royal Shakespeare Company. For further details, visit www.tideswellcinema.com. There are two opportunities to see Alan Ayckbourn’s comedy “A Small Family Business”, on 12th and […]

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A special service at St John’s

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May 22, 2014

June 22nd will be a big day in the village with L’Eroica passing through, with streams of vintage pedal bikes, a Spitfire passing over, and the Patronal Festival of our Parish Church. This is at 6pm (instead of in the morning), and is extra special because it will be the last service that villager Margaret […]

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Wartime Drama

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May 22, 2014

For those getting this through their letterboxes before the end of May, just a reminder about The Accrington Pals being performed on 28th to 30th May in St John the Baptist Church. The play, written by Peter Whelan and performed by Tideswell Community Players is the true life story about men who went away to […]

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The Community Well

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May 22, 2014

Anyone who would like to come along to the George Inn to help with our community well dressing is most welcome, no experience or artistic ability required! All ages welcome, but children should be supervised by an adult. We will be starting on Tuesday 17th June and continuing through until Friday. If you see the […]

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COMMUNITY KITCHEN GARDEN

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May 22, 2014

Thank you to all who joined us in the garden at the Food Festival. The weather was glorious and a good time was had by all. Some visitors learned how to make pots from paper before planting borage seedlings. Children wandered around looking for the answers to a garden quiz or working out the puzzles. […]

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Fun in Flagg

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May 22, 2014

This year at Flagg Nursery School we have had a fantastic time studying our natural environment. We have grown daffodils for Marie Curie Cancer Care, and we’ve had visits from Living Eggs, Mr Wheeldon’s lambs and Animal Magic. We have watched our caterpillars turn into beautiful butterflies, and have loved walking up the village for […]

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