Monthly Archives: November 2014

High Peak Foodbank News

November 25, 2014

High Peak Foodbank sends thanks for the many extra bags of donations sent by churches, schools and individuals during harvest season: “Your generosity has boosted our stocks substantially and will help over the coming cold months,” said co-ordinators Paul Bohan and Lizzie Walton. A new Hope Valley Foodbank is now open Mondays and Fridays 5.30-6.30pm, […]

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Ascention Trust Talk

November 25, 2014

The Buxton Soroptimists enjoyed a thought provoking talk from Tideswell’s own Nicola Pepper this month. Nicola told us the Ascention Trust and the work of the Street Pastors throughout the country. She is involved with the Chesterfield Street Pastor team. She takes part in their work in various locations where vulnerable young people may be. […]

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Tidza Ramblers

November 25, 2014

It couldn’t have been better weather for mid-October. Pockets of morning mist over Peak Forest reminded one of us of a Japanese painting. For a time walking took second place to foraging due to the enthusiasm of a recent fungi course participant. The scarlet waxy cap is as delightful as its name. We saw an […]

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TIDESWELL CINEMA

November 25, 2014

Children of all ages have been entranced by Mary Poppins over the years. But the story of how the film came to be made is quite another story, with the uncompromising author, PL Travers, having no intention of letting her beloved magical nanny be mauled by the Hollywood machine! Tom Hanks plays Walt Disney in […]

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Witchcraft In Dronfield?

November 25, 2014

Tideswell Local History Club were fortunate in inviting Maureen Taylor – a professional heritage consultant – to enthuse about the Dronfield Hall Barn Project at their November meeting. This was quite a story, concerning a medieval timber framed hall built around 1450, another hall was built alongside in the 1700s, whereupon the old building was […]

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200+ Club November 2014

November 25, 2014

The lucky winners are:- £25 – 098, £20 – 015, £10 – 200 £10 – 093, £10 – 096 Congratulations to all. Top Prize of £50 in the December Draw If you want to be a winner, you need to join us. Please contact Judy Cooke 872408 or Dorothy Whitehouse 871661 for details. If you […]

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The Charity of Ralph L. Malone

November 25, 2014

Did you know that Ralph L. Malone who died in 1979 and lived in Litton, set up a Trust in his Will to provide relief for widows, widowers or aged persons in need, hardship or distress? It is a small charity which distributes small sums of money annually around Christmas time. Applications are invited from […]

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Tideswell Cycling Group

November 25, 2014

Did you know that over 30 people cycled out from Tideswell to watch the Tour de France? And large numbers of the community turned out to watch, assist and generally support L’Eroica? Are you interested in being part of one of the fastest growing sports in the UK but are not sure how to start […]

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Poppy Thank you

November 25, 2014

The Tideswell And District Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal would like to say thank you to everyone in Tideswell, Litton, Great Hucklow, Wardlow Mires and Cressbrook. Once again, you have given wonderful support to this year’s rather special Poppy Appeal, and I have been able to send £2,904.28 to the Royal British Legion, as collected […]

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BP School Fair

November 25, 2014

Friends of Bishop Pursglove School will be holding the annual Christmas Fair on Saturday 13th December from 2 30 to 5pm in St. John’s Church. There will be lots of attractions including mulled wine, teas and coffees and home -baked cakes, games for children young and old to play and crafts made by the kids […]

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