Monthly Archives: September 2014

October’s Front Cover

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September 22, 2014
Wellcroft, Sherwood Rd

Wakes AGM

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September 22, 2014

Tideswell Wakes Festivities Committee are holding their AGM on Tuesday 28 October 2014, 7.30 pm at the The George Inn. Please come along and find out how we did this year and what we’re thinking for next. And we always need new blood to join the fabulous committee.  

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Fighting Flu

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September 22, 2014

Tideswell Surgery are holding a drop-in clinic for those eligible for Flu Jabs on Saturday 18th October, 2014 between 10.00am- 1.00pm at St Johns Institute, behind the Church in Tideswell. You do not need an appointment, and we will not be offering appointments at the Surgery until after the 18th October, 2014 so please come […]

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Leather and Willow

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September 22, 2014

Saturdays were not favoured with fine weather this summer. Of the 16 League fixtures scheduled, 7 were wiped out by rain (compared to 0 of the 10 Sunday games!). Sure enough Saturday 30 August dawned wet for the visit of Apperknowle 2nds, second in Division 5, for the penultimate match of the League season. By […]

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Litton Parish Matters

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September 22, 2014

The parish council has been made aware of proposals to build five and possibly seven affordable houses in Litton and Litton Dale and one private house in Cressbrook. The council has prepared a Public Notice which includes information about these which is displayed on council notice boards and the website and is summarised below. That […]

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Tideswell Arts Festival

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September 22, 2014

Early readers of the Village Voice may still be in time to enjoy some of the concerts on offer during Tideswell’s first Arts Festival. Here is the listing from Wednesday onwards Wednesday 24 September, 6 pm, Chetham’s School of Music (£5) A varied programme of wind and brass ensemble music and solo piano repertoire. Thursday […]

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White Poppies

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September 22, 2014

The emblem of the red poppy, to remember those killed fighting in the First World War and in the many conflicts since, is familiar to all. Some women, widowed in WW1, felt that civilians who died in that war should also be remembered, and so introduced the white poppy. Far more noncombatants, women and children, […]

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Community Garden Success

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September 22, 2014

We did brilliantly at the Tideswell Allotment Show on 30 August – we came away with 6 PRIZES! FIRST PRIZE – Courgettes SECOND PRIZE – Runner beans, Basket of Vegetables, Marrow THIRD PRIZE – Peas, 3 Veg Display So that means £11 in prize money to go towards something for the garden. We also had […]

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High Peak Food Banks

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September 22, 2014

From mid-October High Peak Food Banks are expected to open a new facility in Hope, based in the Church Hall in Edale Road, and supported initially by the Buxton Food Bank. Tideswell/Litton residents who are referred for help would have the option of using either Buxton or Hope. Anyone who would like to donate items […]

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Peddler Alert

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September 22, 2014

Derbyshire police are warning residents about door-to-door traders after a recent incident in Tideswell. The offenders were stopped by police and were found to be trading without a pedlar’s certificate. Officers from the Tideswell Safer Neighbourhood Team are advising people in the area to remain vigilant and to follow some simple safety tips when dealing […]

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