Monthly Archives: June 2017

Community Association

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20 June , 2017

Community Association Annual Hanging Basket and Container Competion These will be judged in Mid July, so please telephone 872167 or email gwhoard@btinternet.com before JULY 1st in order to be judged. The results of June 200+ Club draw Congratulations to the winners £50 — 146: £25 — 270; £20 –184; £10 — 032; £10 — 301; […]

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Park Your Thoughts

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20 June , 2017

  A simple park bench – The complex lives and thoughts of those who sit there Have you noticed those people on park benches? Have you been one of them? What takes us there? A desire to be alone and contemplate? To be among others? To have fun? To enjoy nature? To make sense of […]

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The Concert in Litton Church

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20 June , 2017

The Concert in Litton Church on Saturday 3rd June raised money for DEC East Africa Relief Fund. Many thanks to all who came to the concert and those who took part in it. It was a sell-out event and we were able to send £630 to the Relief Fund. Rosie Ford

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Enjoy a Picnic in Tideswell Kitchen Garden

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20 June , 2017

As I write this, it is glorious sunshine and the first weekend of Wakes with villagers and visitors out enjoying the sun and festivities. So what better time to have a family picnic and the Kitchen Garden in Tideswell is a perfect place to go! There are benches, picnic tables and it’s tucked behind the […]

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Tideswell Cinema Live

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20 June , 2017

‘To be or not to be’ at Tideswell Cinema, upstairs at the George Inn, for an operatic premiere of Hamlet? Brett Dean’s brand new opera, based on one of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies, comes live from Glyndebourne on Thur July 6 at 6pm. Later in the month we have a more modern epic, live from the […]

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Cricket report

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20 June , 2017

At the end of May, Tideswell collected 25 points for a walkover v Baslow 2nd XI to consolidate their position near the top of the 5th Division. Then June began, and the wheels (bails?) came off. On 3rd June Sheffield Transport 2nds visited Tideswell, and can’t have been happy with a total of 66 all […]

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Diabetes Training Day

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19 June , 2017

Biomedical Scientist Sue Barber, organised a Diabetes Training Day at the Heart of the Peak.  Members of staff from local GP surgeries and ward staff came along to find out more about diabetes care. Speakers included Diabetes Nurse specialist Michelle, Mental Health Lead Nurse Lee, Medical detection dogs’ Rhea, Kate from Care100, Harpreet from  Diabetes […]

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Welldressing at Chatsworth

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19 June , 2017

I would like to congratulate all who helped with Tideswell Welldresser’s entry in the 1st  RHS Chatsworth Flower Show. From the board maker, those sorting the clay, petallers, to the heavy gang for assembly and breakdown, those manning our exhibit at the Show and to Paul Fletcher and Dave, my husband, for great help with […]

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Forest School at BPS

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19 June , 2017

In May, the Year 5 children from Bishop Pursglove School went to the wildlife area at Hope Valley Cement Works. We did lots of fun activities such as building dens out of things we could find in the woods. We also played a really fun game called ‘hug-a-tree.’ To play we had to work with […]

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Music Magic at BPS

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19 June , 2017

Year 5 and 6 children from Bishop Pursglove School were lucky enough to have some special music lessons using iPads. We used an app called Garage Band, which is a brilliant app that lets you play lots of different instruments like the guitar, piano and drums. Everyone loved it. Here is a quote from Magnus […]

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