Tidza Ramblers

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12 November , 2017

It’s a misconception to think November days are dull. We avoided the steep path to Win Hill taken on a previous occasion, preferring instead the gradual ascent from Hope station. The view from the top was breathtaking with moors dappled in sunlight and trees various shades of green, orange and bronze. From this distance the […]

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Deliveries

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12 November , 2017

Message for Village Voice deliverers: We’re inviting feedback from you about what you do. Are you OK with your delivery round? If it’s getting toomuch for you, for example, or if you have any suggestions arising from yourexperience, please do let us know. Do you end up each month with more (or less) than you […]

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Dave Bradwell

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11 November , 2017

Wendy, Matthew and Helena would like to thank all of you for your support, messages of sympathy and donations received on the loss of Dave. We were overwhelmed by the number of people who came from near and far – one from Seoul in fact -to attend the funeral and pay their respects. Dave would […]

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Francine Kelly

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11 November , 2017

Francine’s funeral took place on 27 October, with theservice at the church of St John the Baptist. Francine had lived for a number of years on Sherwood Road, and took on delivery of the Village Voice around the Pinfold. This is a round taking in 90 houses, most of which are approached by steps. There […]

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Times aren’t a-changing

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10 November , 2017

DCC have announced that bus timetables displayed at local bus stops will not be fully updated, in most cases only details of travel in one direction are shown, where only one display panel is displayed then timetables for the stop in opposite direction will not be shown. For our local services (65,66,66A,173) Sheffield/Chesterfield/Buxton/Bakewell/Castleton,  the only […]

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Tideswell Community First Responders – (TCFR)

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8 November , 2017

East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) provide the fastest possible response to emergency calls using ambulances and fast response cars. However, for patients experiencing cardiac arrest every second counts. Every minute that passes without defibrillation a person’s chances of survival can decrease by up to 10%. The fact is, in more rural and hard to reach […]

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Jam Sale

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7 November , 2017

Many thanks to all who supported the sale to raise funds for Parkinsons. We raised £300. The young helpers,Libby, Neve and Izzi did a splendid job on such a damp, dark morning. Thanks also to Pauline for the biscuits which were quickly snapped up. Joan Pownall

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DIABETES and DEMENTIA

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7 November , 2017

The High Peak Diabetic Self Help group holds its Annual General Meeting on Monday 20th November at 7.0pm. All interested parties welcome. Please support the group and find out more. December 18th is the date for a very important meeting…….. in view of the growing number of people diagnosed with dementia, we are pleased to […]

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Glass Fusing workshop

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6 November , 2017

Xmas Glass Fusing Workshops at Great Longstone Village Hall Wednesday 29th November FULL Sunday 3rd Dec 10-1 or 2-5pm A workshop of festive glass making with Jane Littlefield, learning new techniques, using beautiful coloured glass , to create your own decorations. The decorations will need to be fired in the kiln, so will be available […]

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Ceilidh Night

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4 November , 2017

A big thank you to everyone who supported Ceilidh Night at the Institute in October. A great Scottish-themed evening of music, dancing, storytelling and quirky things to eat and drink. Every ticket sold and more than 50 revellers somehow squeezed in, raising more than £500 for the Church Tower Bell Fund. This will help us […]

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September Cover Drawing

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10 August , 2016
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