Monthly Archives: October 2015

Striking Performance This Month

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October 20, 2015

On 14th November three compelling, moving and touching plays tell contrasting stories of the 1984-85 Miners Strike and its human cost. Striking Dilemmas, performed by Sheffield based theatre company The Melting Shop, highlights the real lives of the men on the picket lines, those who returned to work, those who policed the dispute and the […]

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Festive Comedy Helps Raise The Roof

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October 20, 2015

Tideswell Community Players are working with New Perspectives Theatre Company and Fountain Square Church to bring a performance of He Wore A Red Hat to the village on 12th December. A gala performance of this festive comedy, the latest play from New Perspectives, full of twists and turns, is coming to the village to help […]

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Seasonal Comedy in Tideswell Church

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October 20, 2015

On 26 – 28 November Tideswell Community Players perform A Christmas Carol in Tideswell Church. Adapted and directed by Rob Puckett, this is the traditional tale by Dickens but with a few contemporary twists. It’s all there in this heartwarming comedy for the winter season: the miserliness of Scrooge, Marley’s haunting visit, the three ghosts […]

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Tidza Wakes Update

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October 19, 2015

  Update from the Wakes Team Following another successful Wakes Week we are pleased to announce that we are looking for local associations to donate to. The villagers and visitors to the village were extremely generous and with our street collections alone reaching around £1500 we are in a strong position to donate to those […]

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Stage on Screen at the George

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October 19, 2015

Ballet, Broadway and Branagh are the highlights of this month’s live screenings brought to you by Tideswell Cinema upstairs at the George Inn. First you can enjoy the acclaimed Cuban principal dancer Carlos Acosta who choreographs and stars in a new version of Carmen, based on Bizet’s opera, in an evening of four one-act ballets […]

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Xmas Fair

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October 19, 2015

Save the date!! – Litton Primary School Christmas Fair The Christmas Fair this year is on Friday 27th November. There will be lots of stalls, gifts and games – all welcome. Start time is 5.30pm as Santa will be in his grotto and the raffle draw will take place at 7.00pm

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An Ideal Christmas Present

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October 19, 2015

Why not buy your family a copy of our ‘Tideswell Tales’ booklet and d.v.d. Still available from Peak Volumes Affordable price at £9 for both. Just what you need for that ‘Stocking Filler’ Have a lovely Christmas and Happy New Year From  Gill, Mary, Judy and Paul

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High Peak Foodbank News

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October 18, 2015

Thank you from everyone at High Peak Foodbank for donations you have given during the Harvest Season and continue to give. These are used to make sure the needy in our community don’t go hungry. Because we are now well stocked as a result, this month rather than ask for food the foodbank is asking […]

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Tidza Ramblers

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October 18, 2015

It’s surprising how enjoyable a familiar route can be given good weather. The ancient fort of Carl Wark was the first landmark and Burbage Bridge the next. The latter is described in a guide book as an enchanting spot. An artist was sitting close to the path and I would have liked to have seen the […]

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Cressbrook Film Club – November film

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October 18, 2015

Testament of Youth (cert 12, 130 mins) A story of love, war and remembrance based on the First World War memoir by Vera Brittain. Intelligent and free-minded Vera overcomes the prejudices of her family and her then snobby hometown of Buxton to win a scholarship to Oxford. WW1 is looming and Vera volunteers as a […]

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