Monthly Archives: January 2017

Under new ownership

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28 January , 2017

Nestled in the heart of Millers Dale, the Anglers Rest sits by the River Wye with a large car park. The Phillips family, who currently run the Horse and Jockey, now also run the Anglers Rest which is now a family run pub, serving home cooked food daily and fine ales with open coal fires. […]

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WORLD’S FIRST OIL REFINERY

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28 January , 2017

At the January meeting of Tideswell Local History Club, Cliff Lea told quite an amazing story about the oil explorations on the east side of the county. These led to an entrepreneur making a fortune out of paraffin, the setting up of the world’s first oil refinery and the Americans even having to pay us […]

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Tideswell Utd FC

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28 January , 2017

After a shake up in the summer last year Tideswell now has 2 senior teams.The first team play in the Central Midlands North Division and the reserves in the Hope Valley premier league. The first team is managed by Dave Bradbury, assisted by Mark Bradbury and Ant Ollerenshaw. Dave has spent the last five years […]

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Surgery Newsletter – Winter 2017

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28 January , 2017

Parents of teenagers who have recently received letters from the school immunisation service PLEASE NOTE your child may have already had their diphtheria, tetanus and polio booster. However they will still require a Meningitis ACW & Y vaccination which is being provided through the school NOT the GP surgery There is still time to have […]

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Allotment AGM

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28 January , 2017

This year we are seeking a new chair and possibly Show Coordinator Thank you to Alan Dowling for all his hard work as Chair and the great efforts of him and his family especially Helena that made last years’ show such a success. To take over this role of taking us forward with the Show […]

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Taizé at Litton

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28 January , 2017

The next of our services of music and quiet reflection in the style of the Taizé community will be held at Christ Church Litton on Sunday March 5th at 6pm. Contemplative singing, assisted by St. John’s Occasional Choir mingle with readings, prayers and quiet space; lasting about 50 minutes. All welcome.

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Tideswell Wakes

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20 January , 2017

Thank you to everyone who supported Tideswell’s special visit from Santa on Christmas Eve. No wonder he enjoys calling here on his way delivering presents round the world at Christmas. He gets a wonderful welcome from children and adults alike with Tideswell Band leading him round the streets on his way to a warm and […]

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200+ Club results

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19 January , 2017

*January 2017 200+ Club Draw Results* £25-105 £20-039 £10-082 £10-125 £10-194 Congratulations to all the winners. January is the start of a New Year and time for resolutions. Please will you make one of yours to be joining the TDCA 200+ Club and help to raise funds for your community projects? Please contact either Judy […]

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Singers

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19 January , 2017

Tideswell Singers are in full swing rehearsing repertoire for the coming year. Our first performance this year will be at Tideswell Food Festival, 29 April. Listen out for some new food related repertoire! Other events include performing as part of Chelmorton Festival 12 July and our Come & Sing event on 28 October 2017. Tideswell […]

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Come Walk With Us

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19 January , 2017

Come Walk With Us Dull and dreary was the forecast. The starting point was Calton Lees giving leg muscles time to warm up before those steps to the Hunting Tower. Within seconds of arriving there a robin perched close by , its motive plain. Crumbs were scattered and duly eaten but the visitor remained. A […]

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