March 2014

March Front Cover

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February 23, 2014

Litton Parish Matters

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February 23, 2014

The Parish Council has decided to renew the grounds maintenance contract for a further year with Mr Lownds who is the current contractor. In so doing the Council has made improvements to the current contract and I thought it would be helpful to let residents know what will be done during the 2014 season. The […]

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Vintage Festival

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February 23, 2014

Plans for the first ever Vintage Festival are developing. The event will run on Sunday June 22nd, the first Sunday of Wakes. he organisers are still waiting to hear from local groups and organisations who are wanting to get involved. Likewise if you can help with the organisation, are a part of a vintage vehicle […]

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Village hosts Radio Derby

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February 23, 2014

On Thursday 13th February, Tideswell village were delighted to host BBC Radio Derby’s Sally Pepper with her morning show. Transmitting from the Tideswell School of Food, the broadcast started with their Big Mouth debate where guest speakers were invited to discuss the topics of the day. This time though the guests were representatives from the […]

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MS@LVH and Manchester too!

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February 23, 2014

The next Get Together of our super little MS group is Saturday 29th March at 2pm in Litton Village Hall. Just turn up and you will be made very welcome. We are an independent group but often link in with the MS Society… The MS Society offers both information and events in this area. Most […]

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Wakes Week 2014

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February 23, 2014

Saturday 21 June to Sunday 29 June Carnival Day – 28 June 2014 The brilliant success of last year and an absolutely cracking week weather-wise (apart from the torrential downpours on the Crown Scaffolding lads on the first Saturday) saw that the Wakes Week events were very well attended and the carnival spirit was well […]

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Buxton Opera House – A History

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February 23, 2014

A full house at the February meeting of Tideswell History Club heard Trevor Gilman and Roy Pickles give an excellent talk about this important and historic building. The talk was doubly interesting because of their asides of social history that we would never think of today, e.g. ladies were not allowed to drink alongside men […]

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Nicholson eats well

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February 23, 2014

Cafes serve their customers food and drink and that’s it, isn’t it? Or is it? Tideswell’s Vanilla Kitchen were approached at the beginning of the winter and asked if they could bring their Sunday lunches up to the residents of Nicholson Court. They duly obliged and since then, every Sunday between six and 10 residents […]

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Bowl’d Over

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February 23, 2014

Bowl’d Over’s back after its winter hibernation; not back with a vengeance, just back to let you all know that the outdoor crown green bowling season’s nearly here. The green will, weather permitting, be open on Sat Mar. 29th when we also hope to have an inaugural opening of our brand-new fridge-freezer. And what fun […]

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Thank You

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February 23, 2014

After living in the same house in Church Street for sixty years, Fred and I moved to Nicholson Court. The family made the transition as painless as possible. We’ve got a great little flat and are surrounded by friendly and helpful people but that is Tideswell for you. We couldn’t wish for more.   Brenda […]

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