Monthly Archives: April 2016

Tideswell Preschool

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April 19, 2016

We have just finished another busy term, which included raising £50 for Sports Relief. The children dressed in their favourite sports outfits. Monday 18th April we had a visit from PC Ian Phipps to help teach the Preschool children about road safety and staying safe. Eggs have been put in the incubator, so fingers crossed […]

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Activities are Go!

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April 19, 2016

After a fabulous day at Tideswell Food Festival, we have planted, with help from garden visitors, lots of produce for what we hope will be an inspiring harvest this Summer and Autumn. Here’s our garden plan for this year. Now that things are warming up, the garden will really start to come alive. Our group […]

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This triumphant day!

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April 19, 2016

To quote Nahum Tate from his Birthday Ode to Queen Mary in 1694 as set by Henry Purcell and sung by over 80 voices in Tideswell Singers’ fifth ‘Come and Sing’ event. The day was a resounding success. The singers were joined by the University of Sheffield Chamber Orchestra to study Purcell’s Come ye Sons […]

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Tideswell celebrates food from local to global at the sixth annual Tideswell Food Festival

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April 19, 2016

On Saturday 30 April 2016, between 10 am and 4 pm, Tideswell welcomes a wide variety of food stallholders to celebrate local, national and international cuisine for the sixth annual Tideswell Food Festival. In the streets of this beautiful Peak District village, there will be around 60 different stalls showcasing artisan food and drink from […]

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Cressbrook film club – May film/Village Voice

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April 19, 2016

Last film of the season at CRESSBROOK FILM CLUB Friday 13th May Bridge of Spies (cert 12, 140mins) Stars Tom Hanks and Mark Rylance, directed by Steven Spielberg. The film is based on the true story of James Donovan played by Tom Hanks, an insurance claims lawyer from Brooklyn. In 1957 when Russia and the […]

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Leather and Willow

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April 19, 2016

At tea-time on Saturday it was snowing, but the following afternoon Tideswell took to the cricket field in Youlgreave for a friendly40-over match – their first of the new season.   Your correspondent was not there, so details are sketchy, but it was a convincing win for Tideswell by about 40 runs. Stuart Scoffins,who will […]

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Tideswell Pharmacy

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April 19, 2016

As you probably know by now, Simon and Jess Lam are running Tideswell Pharmacy. Here’s a little more about them and why they are here. Why Tideswell? We’ve always had a dream that one day we would open up our own Pharmacy and live in the country so when this business opportunity came up in […]

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The Tideswell Spirit

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April 18, 2016

I have recently moved into Tideswell and have found everyone to be very friendly and helpful. This Spirit has been shown to myself particularly by the Bowls team. I joined and have enjoyed the help (my bowls wander a bit) given to myself by every member. This team spirit was tested and confirmed during the […]

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Tideswell Cinema – Live Events

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April 18, 2016

If you missed one of National Theatre Live’s top broadcastsof last year, Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge, then book now for Tideswell Cinema on Thur May 12 at 7pm.This encore screening is a theatrical treat: starring Mark Strong in the Young Vic’s ‘magnetic, electrifying, astonishingly bold’production, it won three Olivier awards for Best […]

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Are you In or Out

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April 18, 2016

  Talking to friends and neighbours about the forthcoming EU referendum, it was clear that everyone, whilst interested, felt they did not know enough about the implications either way. So I have organised a free public event to be held in the function room of The George on Friday the 27 May at 7 pm. […]

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