Monthly Archives: July 2016

Gardens, Footpaths and Verges

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July 20, 2016

The Parish Council is aware that the footpaths, roads and verges have not been sprayed this year and weeds and grass are becoming unsightly. The Parish Council will look into getting this sorted at the earliest opportunity. Please note that if you have any issues or concerns regarding gardens, mowing, strimming, weeding and footpaths, please […]

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Kitchen Garden

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July 19, 2016

This year we are pleased to boast a full bloom of garden companion flowers in addition to fruit and veg, including a wild meadow in a wheelbarrow (why not try this at home?!), and poppies on our wild bank, planted by Tideswell children on 4 May to commemorate the centenary of WW1 (one poppy is […]

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Cricket

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July 19, 2016

In case evidence were needed of what a poor summer we’vebeen having, in the 1 month since the last match report TCC have played just 2games of cricket (out of 9 scheduled). Neither of these were League matches,and as everyone else in the League has been in much the same boat (ha, ha) theupshot is […]

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Term Grand Finale

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July 19, 2016

As another academic year is drawing to an end, all the children and staff at Bishop Pursglove School can be very proud of all of their success over the last 12 months. The fantastic performances on 12th and 13th July by the talented children of Key Stage 2 in their production of “Oink” were, therefore, […]

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High Peak Foodbank

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July 19, 2016

Following Brexit we are waiting to hear if European funding for our employment programme, Zink, will continue – see www.zink.org.uk. Two opportunities to join our trustee board are available: Charity Secretary and Finance Director; this is an exciting time to join our team and help to develop the charity to do more to support local […]

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Tideswell Cinema Live Events

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July 19, 2016

Tideswell Cinema’s glorious Glyndebourne season finishes with a flourish with a live screening of Berlioz’ opera Beatrice et Benedict on Tue Aug 9 at 6.30pm. Fittingly for summer, it’s a light and sunny opera based on Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, with the lovers sparring in a witty love-hate duel. One duet was described by […]

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Hanging Basket Competition Results

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July 19, 2016

The hanging basket competition was judged on the 18th July and the judge commented that the standard gets better each year. Below are the results from the 11 entrants. Winner – the bowling club (all Roy Bradwell’s doing) 2nd Blossom House , Buxton Road 3rd Lawson House, Queen Street and highly commended Stone Cottage, Queen […]

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July 200+ Club Draw Results

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July 16, 2016

£25-127 £20-135 £10-199 £10-101 £10-056 Congratulations to all the winners. At the Parish Council Open Morning which showcased a variety of our village groups and clubs the 200+ club were delighted to attract 6 new members. All funds raised benefit the whole community. Why don’t you join us too? It’s only £1 a month. Please […]

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Community awards

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July 15, 2016

This year the Parish Council’s community awards ceremony was held at the George. It was heart-warming to listen to the presentation speeches and see the recipients receiving their awards. Some family members were present and it was an excellent evening. Later that week the Parish Council held an open morning. A display of photographs illustrated […]

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A Hiccup or Two

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July 15, 2016

On a fine morning we were soon in the relaxed state that walking induces. However, turning to climb up from Stoney Middleton we were shocked to see three vehicles coming down towards us with headlights on and taking up the full width of the enclosed track. It was a struggle to get out of the […]

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