Monthly Archives: January 2015

Community Kitchen Garden

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January 23, 2015

BRILLIANT NEWS – on 13 January The Friends of Taste Tideswell heard that we had been awarded a generous grant by the Derbyshire Dales CVS so we can now buy all the essentials we need to keep the garden flourishing. NOT SUCH BRILLIANT NEWS – on 22 December the overnight blustery winds played havoc with […]

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Laptop Appeal

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January 23, 2015

The staff and trustees of High Peak Foodbank thank you for your support in 2014, when we supplied around 31,000 meals to more than 1,500 people from our bases in Buxton and Hope. A key problem for some of our clients is that they don’t have access to the internet or knowledge to navigate it. […]

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Tidza Ramblers

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January 23, 2015

It was a cold but bright morning for our first walk of the year. The strength of the wind soon became apparent as we climbed out of Eyam towards Bretton. The path down to Stoke Ford is superb with a sense that little has changed over the years. Colours seem more vivid in winter – […]

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Safer Bowling

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January 23, 2015

Tideswell police officers have been working alongside qualified bowls coaches over the past few months to launch an inter-generational sports project at local primary schools. Tideswell’s PCSO Ian Phipps and colleagues have teamed up with June and Vic Poke to visit schools in the area, including Bishop Pursglove and Litton School. The project involves the […]

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Litton Winter Market

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January 23, 2015

Although the number of stall holders who attended this year was slightly down due to illness and bad weather we still had an excellent turn out and managed to raise £460 for village projects. A big thank you to Pip Robinson for organising the event and all those from Litton and surrounding villages who turned […]

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Printer Sitters Needed

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January 23, 2015

The Village Voice’s printer has now relocated to The new Parish Office in the Institute. This means we can return to the high quality, folded and stapled offering we have enjoyed, most of the time for the past year. We have a loyal band of folk who once a month baby-sit the printer as it […]

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BP Infant Nativity

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January 23, 2015

It was a cold dark night in Tideswell as we braved the melting snow to head to BPS to watch the Christmas Infant nativity. It proved to be worth it as the children told a lovely story with many catchy songs. Entitled ‘A Little Bird Told Me’, the story followed a robin as she joined […]

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Stone Walled in Litton

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January 23, 2015

Miller’s Dale & District W. I. met in Litton Village Hall on January 14th for their first meeting of the new year. Our President, Judy Cooper welcomed all The Members and thanked them for coming out on such a cold, wet and windy night. The business meeting was short and was followed by our evenings […]

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This month’s film

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January 23, 2015

Tideswell Cinema’s choice for February is the charming foreign language film ‘Wadjda’, the first feature-length film to be made by a female Saudi director. It is the story of a fun-loving ten year old girl who has set her heart on buying a bicycle she has seen, and signs up for her school’s Koran recitation […]

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Warming and Wonderful Soups!

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January 23, 2015

Come along to Fountain Square Church for lunch on Saturday 14th February, between 12.30 and 2pm. Members of our various churches are joining together to make some delicious soups, in aid of Church Action on Poverty. This organisation tackles issues behind the growing poverty in the UK, through campaigning and supporting projects that help those […]

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