Monthly Archives: January 2016

Stage on Screen at the George

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January 18, 2016

Tideswell Cinema’s live events this month get off to a soaring start with La Traviata, one of Verdi’s finest operas, live from the Royal Opera House on Thur Feb 4 at 6.45pm. This deeply romantic opera directed by Richard Eyre, tells the story of Paris courtesan Violetta (played by Russian soprano Venera Gimadieva) who breaks […]

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New Community Choir

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January 18, 2016

A new community choir will begin meeting at the Friends Meeting House, Chapel Lane, Bakewell, DE45 1EL on Wednesday the 3rd of February 2016 between 7.30 and 9.30. The choir will be led by Lester Simpson who has many years experience of leading choirs and harmony workshops and is currently a choir leader for Derbyshire […]

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Keith Harrison

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January 18, 2016

The family of the late Keith Harrison would like to express their thanks to everybody who sent kind messages of sympathy and donations in his memory. A total of £510 was donated and £170 each has been sent to Helen’s Trust, Guide Dogs for the Blind, and Bluebell Wood Hospice for Children.

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More Car Space

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January 18, 2016

Bakewell & Eyam Community Transport Car Scheme is delighted to report the success of a recent recruitment campaign. From July to November there have been seven volunteers added to the team. The Car Scheme provides transport for individual passengers who need access to appointments. Mr and Mrs Simcox from Tideswell explain how The Car Scheme […]

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Re-gifting

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January 18, 2016

Have you received any unwanted Christmas presents this year? If so, why not donate them to help people less fortunate? We are collecting all unwelcome gifts to resell for charity and the money will be donated to High Peak Foodbank and High Peak Nightstop. All donations can be left at Cheshire Cottage, Litton (small cottage […]

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Tideswell Parish Council and You

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January 18, 2016

Tideswell Parish Council have put together a small document for everyone to read which gives some information about the work we do. Copies of the document will be available around the village and will be available to download from the Parish Council website www.tideswellparishcouncil.co.uk. The Parish Council will be hosting an open morning in the […]

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Tideswell Parish Council Community Awards

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January 18, 2016

This year we are hoping to host the Community Awards at the Parish Council Open Morning. We want to celebrate all the fantastic people who have bought so much to the Village. We need your help though! If you have a nomination you wish to make, for an individual or a group or society, we […]

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A GIANT OF A PANTO . . .

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January 18, 2016

HADIT’s fourth panto Jack and the Beanstalk should have everything a good pantomime requires – and more! Dame with vast bosoms and a good line in innuendo: check. Hero in tights: check. Daft duo: check. Scary baddie: check. Heroine in peril: check. Fabulous fairy: check. Cute cow: check. Fast-growing greenery: check. Corny jokes: check. Soppy […]

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Litton Village Shop 2015

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January 18, 2016

Despite the atrocious weather in the last 12 months, Derbyshire’s oldest community shop has again had good year. We have recruited 47 new members from around the area and been successful in raising sufficient funds to install Photo Voltaic Cells on the shop roof. These cells are already reducing our electricity consumption as well as […]

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Charity Closure Fears

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January 18, 2016

Helen’s Trust, which has supported over 1000 people with terminal illness to have the choice to stay in their home at the end of their life, is likely to face closure unless it gets more financial help from the public. The small local charity, which provides sitting services and equipment to people throughout North Derbyshire […]

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