Monthly Archives: February 2015

Tidza Ramblers

0
February 23, 2015

We headed up the Slanket, fresh overnight snow sparkling in the sun under a brilliant blue sky. It’s strange how even familiar landscape looks and feels so different when snow-covered. We identified wildlife tracks. One baffled us until we realised that the attractive pattern had probably been formed by a bird’s tail feathers. We’d planned […]

Read More...

Foodbank News

0
February 23, 2015

Thanks to everyone who donated towards our laptop fund. We have raised the required £500 so will soon be able to offer our clients more help to resolve the issues they have. If you would like to donate any items this month we would particularly appreciate tinned meat (eg: corned beef, pies, ham), tinned vegetables, […]

Read More...

Community Association News

0
February 23, 2015

Tideswell & District Community Association set up the Sports Association sub-committee to administer the sports complex, which was built with lottery funding for the benefit of the village and district. The sub-committee has asked that the following articles be included in this month’s issue. The Sports Complex Chair: The Association committee is looking for an […]

Read More...

Now that’s what I call a thank you

0
February 23, 2015

I would like to thank all involved in our charity event we ran on the 6th of February at the Star Inn. We managed a fantastic total of £240.42 for Crohns & Colitis UK. In no particular order I would like to thank: Amy & Tim at the Star for the use of their pub […]

Read More...

Fascination of Churches

0
February 23, 2015

Danny Wells gave the History Club a photographic tour of some of the intriguing decorations in churches in Derbyshire and Staffordshire at their February meeting. Centuries ago and before most people could read, church decorations and stained glass windows were regarded as the “bible of the poor” and we are lucky to still have a […]

Read More...

Trouble at t’Mill

0
February 23, 2015

Have you noticed the facelift that’s happened to Craft Supplies Ltd, in Millers Dale? It has become the headquarters of ‘Back-On-Balance’, a new Chiropractic and Complementary Health Clinic. Alice Lee-Overton has come down the hill and now does Reflexology and Sport Massage from there. Kate Nixon is our Foot Health Care Practitioner and Michelle Marsh […]

Read More...

Bin Collections

0
February 23, 2015

I really wanted my first contribution to the Village Voice to be on a topic more inspirational than bin collections! But as I write there are still two weeks’ worth of uncollected rubbish cluttering the street and this has become a regular occurrence in recent months. Gordon Road is narrow and many residents and visitors […]

Read More...

Litton Village Hall

0
February 23, 2015

The hall committee has existed in its present form since 1988 and received charitable status in 1990. Our remit is to manage the Village Hall. On the 9th January 2015 we were delighted to learn that we had been awarded a grant of £7,291 from The Big Lottery Fund’s Awards For All to replace the […]

Read More...

From the Editor

0
February 23, 2015

So what were you doing in March 1995? Did you go the Panto (Snow White at the URC Hall); a nine show production, including Saturday matinees running from Saturday 4th to the 11th March – Tickets on sale at The Shoe Shop. Maybe you went to the Auction of Goods and Talents at the George […]

Read More...

Guitar Genius Plays in Tideswell

0
February 9, 2015

Gordon Giltrap makes a welcome return for Tideswell Theatre on 28 February   Gordon Giltrap’s guitar playing is amazing and his relaxed informal style makes for a great evening out. This is especially so as the performance is in the magnificent and atmospheric setting of the medieval St John the Baptist Church (Cathedral of the Peak). […]

Read More...