Monthly Archives: February 2016

Litton Parish Matters

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February 18, 2016

The Parish Council received an excellent response to their request for tenders for the grass cutting and strimming contract, and would like to thank all those who submitted applications.  Those that submitted tenders will be contacted in the next few days and informed of the Council decision, and details will be posted on the Council […]

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BPS Wind Turbine

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February 18, 2016

Over the last 10 plus years there has been a plan to build a wind turbine at Bishop Pursglove Primary School. The main aim has always been to use the turbine as an educational tool with interpretive displays, equipment and software and also to generate enough income to maintain the turbine at no cost to […]

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Working up Steam

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February 18, 2016

My spirits hovered around zero when I opened the curtains and saw rain. Happier souls were at the meeting place, waterproofs already on. ‘Oh, Wimpey’s offices have gone’, observed one as we drove through Stoney Middleton. Not the most gripping of openings but the tale that followed was. One Friday night of yesteryear a visit to […]

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TDCA Article

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February 17, 2016

200+ CLUB NEW SEASON   1st April 2016 – 31st March 2017   ·       JOIN          Tideswell’s Monthly Lottery ·       WIN          A Cash Prize ·       HELP         Support Local Groups ·       PHONE     For More Information Judy 872408/Dorothy 871661   February 2016 200+ Club Draw Results   £50   011 £25   202 £20   017 £10   090 £10   170 £10  […]

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Cressbrook Films

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February 15, 2016

Eight Women (cert 15) 103mins – Friday 11th March Director François Ozon brings together many of France’s most celebrated actresses for this murder mystery musical set in the 1950s. Think classic Agatha Christie plot, set in a house in the French countryside with no communication with the outside world, enough snow to prevent anyone from coming […]

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Community Awards

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February 15, 2016

It’s the sixth year of the awards. In my opinion people in the village who give their time freely in many different ways for the benefit of other residents don’t do so out of any desire for public recognition or reward. However this doesn’t mean that their efforts shouldn’t be acknowledged and appreciation shown. It was […]

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Phone thanks

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February 14, 2016

A huge thank you to the person who handed in a mobile phone to the Post Office on Friday 12 February. We had a friend visit and in walking in the village she accidentally dropped her phone. After an anxious search we called in at the PO not really with any great hopes- but there it was! […]

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Burns Night

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February 12, 2016

A big thank you to everyone who supported Burns Night at Fountain Square Church on 6 February. The evening was a sell-out, and indeed it would have been difficult to have squeezed anyone else into the hall. Good food, good music and good company – and £660 raised towards the church refurbishment. Tony Preston

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Ray Walker

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February 12, 2016

Julia Walker would sincerely like to thank all the relatives, friends and neighbours of Ray Walker for their many messages and cards of condolence. Special thanks to the reverend Gillian White for conducting such a lovely service and all the staff at Valley Care for their dedicated care and assistance during this sad time. Julia […]

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Change at Tideswell Pharmacy

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February 8, 2016

We have a new pharmacist in Tideswell. Simon Lam, assisted by his wife Jess has taken over the Fountain Square Pharmacy from February 1st. Simon has a degree in pharmacy from London University and has been working in Yorkshire before coming to live in this area. Let us give them our full support. It is […]

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