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The Silk Industries silkworms or their eggs out of the country, or even any seeds of the mulberry tree on which silkworms fed. Yet in time the secret came out and by at least the 15th century, raw silk was being imported into England from Italy and France, though the Far East remained the chief source. The breeding of silkworms and the handling of cocoons was viable only through cheap labour. In the sense that the silkworm has already spun its threads, silk does not have to be spun in the same way as cotton or wool. The threads have only to be combined with larger ones and then woven into fabric. Attempts to breed silkworms in England were unsuccessful. Even the great naturalist Sir Joseph Banks had no luck, although the



mulberry tree that he planted in his garden at Overton Hall in Ashover survives. Stockings and knee garters Nevertheless, the various preparatory processes of throwing, twisting, winding and dyeing silk thread gradually became well established. In 1702, Thomas Cotchett set up silkthrowing machinery in a mill on the Derwent in Derby. By 1789, the town had 12 such mills, though Macclesfield had become the country’s major silk weaving centre. The importation of French silk was banned from England during the Napoleonic wars, to the enormous benefit of Macclesfield workers. Almost a century earlier, throwsters had been supplying high quality weaving silk to the workers of Spitalfields in London, where French Huguenots had introduced the industry after fleeing persecution in their own land. Trade expanded in the 18th century, producing abundant supplies of inferior grades of silk known as waste. This material was actually put to good use by home workers around Macclesfield for making ribbon, hatbands, fringes, sewing thread, stockings and knee garters. Output of similar products also centred on Leek, where,

following construction of the Caldon Canal in the 1790s, employment in the silk industry exceeded 3,000 workers. The majority worked from home, turning out shawls and gowns, haberdashery and kerchiefs. Silk dyeing was established at Leek in the early 1800s. Into the Peak From Macclesfield and Leek it was no great distance into villages on that side of the Peak. A silk mill had existed on the River Dane at Gradbach as early as 1640, but it was 19th-century enterprise that established a small industrial settlement around Gradbach mill at Quarnford, operated in the 1860s by Bowden Bower Dakeyn who also worked Dane Bridge silk mill near Winkle.

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"Seriously stylish playing that's putting the sparkle back into the tradition” Verity Sharp, Late Junction BBC Radio 3 Methera is a unique ensemble: a string quartet with roots firmly planted in the musical traditions of England, Sweden and beyond. Their national tours, BBC Radio 3 broadcasts and collaborations have helped them establish a reputation as a scintillating live act. Methera’s eponymous debut album was released in 2007 and in 2009 their second, live album In Concert was released to critical acclaim, a raft of good reviews and much airplay. Ten years on from their first public appearance they are as captivating and innovative as ever and celebrate with a national tour and the launch of their third album Vortex. Lucy Deakin (cello), John Dipper and Emma Reid (fiddles) and Miranda Rutter (viola) combine a deep knowledge of traditional music with a wide range of other influences and expertise and a deep sense of musical interaction. Newly composed pieces sit alongside timeless traditional material; their music is both sophisticated and earthy, groundbreaking and familiar, enchanting and thrilling - chamber folk at its best. "The album title Vortex reflects one of Methera’s trademarks" says cello player Lucy Deakin: "We always play in the round, in a close inward-facing circle. It means we hear every detail of the collective sound and can bounce off each other’s ideas in real time. We

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TO HELP CANCER SUFFERERS ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY A former patient from Hathersage is holding swimming sessions for cancer patients to help them during and after treatment, thanks to funding from her local cancer charity. Christine Wilkinson (61), a Lifeguard at Hathersage Outdoor Swimming Pool, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2013 and received treatment at Weston Park Hospital, is now holding weekly swimming sessions specifically for those affected by cancer. After receiving radiotherapy and chemotherapy at the region’s dedicated cancer hospital, Christine was inspired to help others, who wanted to regain their confidence and fitness levels after treatment. “Swimming is a fantastic form of exercise,” said Christine. “I continued to swim throughout my treatment and it really helped me stay focused and maintain my fitness levels, despite feeling unwell and tired at times.” “Loss of confidence and physical changes after cancer treatments are quite common and getting in the pool in front of hordes of people is probably the last thing on patients’

Lesley Rechert (left) and Amanda Brown (right) enjoy some relaxation at the pool (Inset Christine prepares to hold swimming sessions for cancer patients at Hathersage Pool) minds. This is when my idea to hold sessions just for cancer patients, to swim alongside people in similar situations, where they could feel less self-conscious, came to light.”

Christine applied for funding and was awarded a grant for the swimming sessions from Weston Park Hospital’s dedicated charity; Weston Park Cancer Charity.


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Weston Park Cancer Charity is the only dedicated charity for Weston Park Hospital and exists to support the world-class cancer research and to improve the treatment and care for people living with cancer. Weston Park Hospital is one of only a handful of specialist cancer hospitals in England and treats patients from all over South Yorkshire, North Nottinghamshire and North Derbyshire – a population of almost 1.8million people. She continued, “I am so thankful to the cancer charity for allowing these sessions to take place. After only a few weeks, we’ve had a great uptake and both former and current patients are benefiting from this new offering.” The hourly sessions, which take place every Tuesday afternoon from 2.45pm, allow anyone affected by a cancer diagnosis to swim amongst others in a tranquil location in the Peak District. Two patients who have benefited from the sessions are Amanda Brown and Lesley Rechert, who have both received treatment for cancer in the last year. Lesley (52) from Chesterfield said, “It’s been a real treat for us to come down and use these facilities at Hathersage Pool for an hour every Tuesday.” “Not only is it a fantastic opportunity to swim and keep fit amongst other patients, it’s also a chance for us to regain some confidence and support each other through the different stages of our cancer journeys.” Lesley received treatment at both Weston Park Hospital and Chesterfield Royal Infirmary and has nothing but praise for the staff and team who cared for her. The charity needs to raise over £2 million this year to enable the funding of committed and new projects that will keep patients at the forefront of cancer treatment. Throughout 2016 the charity will fund various projects to enable the continued improvement of Weston Park Hospital, including the expansion of research studies, improving the way cancer treatments are delivered and supporting the ongoing care provisions of patients and their families affected by cancer. Oncologist at Weston Park Hospital, Dr Alice Dewdney, who treated Christine said, “It’s brilliant that Weston Park Cancer Charity were able to fund the swimming sessions at Hathersage Pool. Maintaining an active lifestyle throughout and after cancer treatment is important and Christine’s sessions are allowing patients to do this in a serene and private location.” “I’d encourage current and former patients, who may be suffering with low self-esteem or simply want to start leading an active lifestyle again, to come along to the sessions every Tuesday and enjoy some light exercise in a relaxed setting.” “It’s thanks to the hospital’s dedicated charity that we are able to fund these essential projects and help improve the lives of those fighting cancer across our region.” The open sessions give swimmers the chance to use the pool at Hathersage exclusively for an hour each week and will be funded by Weston Park Cancer Charity up until the end of October. The cancer charity is proud to continue providing funding for many projects, including the running of both the Cancer Support Centre and the Clinical Trials Centre at Weston Park Hospital. Over 18,000 patients are currently under the care of Weston Park Hospital, which equates to over 150,000 individual patients’ visits each year. For more information or to get involved visit k or call the charity office on 01142265370.

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EYAM PTA BONFIRE NIGHT Due to an error in our 26th September issue the price of the tickets was wrong. The following prices below are correct. Come and join us this year for a torch-lit procession of the infamous rat through the village of Eyam on Saturday 5th November. There will be entertainment in the village square from 6pm, with the parade leaving the square at 6.15pm. Our band-led procession takes you and the rat through the village and up Hawkhill Road to the bonfire at the playing fields, where you can enjoy some fabulous food and drink. Choose from tasty home-made soup, delicious farmhouse sausage hot dogs, jacket potatoes, chilli, locally brewed beers, mulled wine,

parkin and of course bonfire toffee. The evening will end with a fantastic firework display. Keep an eye on the Eyam School PTA Facebook page for all the latest event

details. Tickets will be on sale from Saturday 15th October at most local Eyam stores as well as Calver Spar and Baslow Café on the Green priced at £5.00 Adults

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GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY TO SUPPORT LOCAL END-OF-LIFE CARE Derbyshire businesses launch fundraising campaign for three local charities

Derbyshire businesses are coming together to rally support for #ChallengeDerbyshire’s ‘Golden Sticker Challenge’, a new campaign aiming to raise funds for three of the region’s key charities, all of which provide care and support to patients and families with life-limiting illnesses. Ashgate Hospicecare, Blythe House Hospice and Helen’s Trust have all seen increased demand for their services over recent times, with the National Health Service (NHS) actively working to move patients from hospitals back into their communities. In response to this growing pressure, the #ChallengeDerbyshire campaign was established by local businessman and CEO of Markovitz, David Hopkins, and to date over £100,000 towards the ambitious £1 million target has already been raised for the charities. The ‘Golden Sticker Challenge’ has been launched to help ongoing fundraising and awareness of the Challenge, with families encouraged to spot and send in sightings of stickers, which are being issued to members of the #ChallengeDerbyshire Business Club. David Markovitz comments: “The idea of this challenge is to engage and encourage children to look out for golden stickers while on car journeys. With over one thousand vehicles already participating it’s set to be a county-wide treasure hunt, which we hope will work to raise further awareness of this important and very necessary fundraising campaign. We would like to thank all participating Business Club members for their support, and the sponsors of the Golden Sticker Challenge. Families are encourage to take a photo of the sticker and send it to challengederbyshire@gmail. com, along with their name and number, for the chance to be entered into a weekly prize draw to win a family pass to Gulliver’s Theme Parks. A draw will take place every week until the end of September when one overall winner will be drawn for the grand prize of a weekend stay for the whole family. Lucy Nickson, Chief Executive of Ashgate Hospicecare, continues: “We care for patients from across the whole of North Derbyshire, and we want to be there for every person who needs us. Our patients can’t afford to wait, and it is very upsetting to know there are people on a waiting list, or struggling at home because we don’t have the funds to increase our services in line with the rate by which demand is increasing.” Heidi Hawkins, Chief Executive of Helen’s Trust continues: “Helen’s Trust has been faced with a very challenging time recently, with a continuous increased

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Big names in performance poetry return to the town hall. First up is Bard of Barnsley, Ian McMillan and Luke Carver Goss, bringing “Words, Music, Glee and Delight”, 4 November. A hilarious night of comedy, poetry and anecdotes, climaxing in a brand new ‘musical’ made up on the spot about your community and the people in it. Be careful what you let slip to famous poet, broadcaster and comedian Ian McMillan as he mingles with you before this show starts. It’s dangerously likely your village secrets will

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performing career at London's Comedy Store. His big break came when he recorded two sessions for John Peel. Hegley published his first poetry collection, Visions of the Bone Idol (Poems about Dogs and Glasses), a theme that has endured throughout his work. In 1998, Hegley's poem "Malcolm" came second in a BBC survey to find Britain's most popular comic poem. In 1999 he starred in a Simon Callowdirected revival of the musical The Pajama Game in London's West End. Hegley has written a number of collections of poetry, ranging from the

the mandolin), comedy and Luton Town Football Club. John likes to utilise audience participation in his shows, for example by having a dog drawing competition during the interval, or by asking his audience to try writing poetry themselves. Light and lyrical. Deep and daft. Come and sing 12 November 8pm, doors 7.15pm. Tickets £15 e/267867

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BOWLS DAY AT MATLOCK PARK FOR MATLOCK BRANCH C.R.U.K. On behalf of Matlock CRUK. I would like to express our sincere thanks to the Matlock Bowls Club based in the Hall Leys Park for their continued support in raising funds each yea r with a special Bowls Day for us. The Bowls Club have raised over £29.000 for the Matlock Branch CRUK and for Breast Cancer over the years. Initially sponsored by the Thornton's Chocolate people who donated the

Thornton's Bowls Club Trophy for this occasion. After the sponsorship by Thornton's finished, the President Mel Beaumont has carried on for the last few years. The total raised this year was £1253.24. What a wonderful amount. This will help to save lives through pioneering research and provide vital information. We wish to thank everybody at the Matlock Bowls Club for all their hard work.

ON CONSCIOUS TV Some readers may be interested to see a recent 1½ hour video interview with local farmer, voyager and writer, John Butler, describing how a lifetime’s mystical experience has brought him to the work of prayer. It’s

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VALLEY MAINTAIN UNBEATEN HOME RECORD Hope Valley 34 Ashton-under-Lyne 13 On a glorious day for open, running rugby it was like a throwback to Valley's glory days of the 90s with the Club fielding a full squad and playing in front of a good crowd as they entertained Ashton-under-Lyne in the LBS Plate competition. Unfortunately the crowd were treated to a dour first 20 minutes with both sides' defences dominant and no points scored until the home team conceded a series of penalties, the final one of which was converted for a 30 lead. This lead was soon cancelled out as, after a superb break by scrum half Rory Williams, it was Ashton's turn to offend allowing BEN SOMERTON to tie the game with a penalty. An immediate lapse in concentration almost cost Valley dearly with only superb defensive work from Matt Keeley preventing a try and it was the same player who so nearly gave Valley an interval lead, having a try disallowed as time ran out. Now, having the advantage of the slope, Valley were confident, maybe a little overconfident, again conceding penalties that Ashton chose to run, finally crossing the line out wide for a try superbly converted and a 310 lead. The lead did not last long as Valley's front row of Bateman, Woodall and Somerton consistently

decimated their opposition in the scrums and, following a No8 pick-up, fly half GETHIN EVANS was on hand to power over under the posts for a try converted by SOMERTON, tying the game at 10-10. Valley's stifling defence was now forcing the visitors into errors and, after another Williams’ break, MATT KEELEY gave Valley their first lead with an unconverted try, a lead that was doubled when Matt Johnson produced a powerful run, finding JAKE BOAK in support for another unconverted score.

With Ashton now uncontested requesting scrums and Johnson turning from hero to zero with a yellow card for a high tackle, Valley could have endured a difficult ten minutes, but, from a close range penalty, EVANS added his second try, SOMERTON his second conversion and the game was over as a contest at 27-10. Ashton did add to their score with a penalty, but, with their attacking ideas now in tatters, the final score was Valley's as JAKE BOAK capitalised on a error for another converted try and a

34-13 victory that sees Valley progress to the LBS Plate 2nd round. Tries: Boak (2), Evans (2), Keeley Cons: Somerton (3) Pens: Somerton (1) MEN OF THE MATCH: JAKE BOAK and MATT KEELEY, superb efforts in both attack and defence. MANDY OF THE MATCH: JAMES CARRUTHERS, novice error from a novice full back gifted Ashton their only try. Valley return to league action next week when Bury will visit Castleton (kick off 1500hrs).

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In a match kicking off in cold, driving rain, Matlock faced opponents who had snatched a win at the death in the previous season's fixture. Could the boys go one step better this year and see out a win? From the off, the defence were in action, halting a Chesterfield move and winning a line out. Quick passing along the line saw the bell reach Harry , who executed a great run and lay off to Danny McCrea to open the scoring 0-5 Chesterfield came back but hit a wall of Matlock defence. The attitude was typified by a great crunching tackle from Will Needham. The hard work paid off with a fabulous run and lay off from Harry as he fell to the

floor, to allow Danny an easy run through for his second try 0-10 Chesterfield upped the tempo and aggression and began to gain territory in the last third. The Matlock boys responded with grit and determination, refusing to be intimidated. The Matlock scrum was doing its job well, the whole team were up for the game. Brandon, Tom and Adam were bossing the front of the scrum and William and Ned on the flanks were making crunching tackles to deny the Chesterfield 9 and 10 any room. Following some excellent forward work, the ball was being won regularly for Matlock backs to use easily. The team was also Helen Sutcliffe Tel: 07967 169365

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keeping its shape and discipline, particularly its width, denying their opponents opportunities on the wing and forcing them to come inside. Will King and Harry Stevenson were sticking to task out wide, stopping Chesterfield from wide penetration. It was from a rare break that Chesterfield snatched a penalty try after an unfortunate trip. 7-10. 2 minutes later Matlock extended their lead to 7-15 after Ollie snatched the ball from a melee in the Chesterfield line. Chesterfield pressed again and poor decision making allowed the hosts to get a try from a scrum on front of the posts 12-15 The second half opened with an injury to Calum, who had to leave the field dazed after a clash of heads. Harry took out a Chesterfield forward with a flying tackle on the wing to halt a dangerous move. As both sides tired, the game was becoming scrappy, with tired limbs leading to handling errors. Chesterfield forced a try in the corner 17-15 Matlock upped their work rate again and began chasing down. Ollie and Will were tigrish in their tackling and pressure. Lovely

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THE BRITISH MUSEUM and the “LAMPEDUSA CROSS” The Lampedusa Cross in the British Museum quietly tells a powerful story. The Lampedusa Cross was made by carpenter Signor Francesco Tuccio from the timber wreckage of a boat that sank off the coast of Lampedusa, the Sicilian island on which he lives. The vessel, carrying refugees from Eritrea and Somalia, caught fire and sank in 2013. Of the 500 people on board only 151 survived. Sr. Tuccio collected the wood that had come ashore from the boat and made them each a cross as a reflection of their suffering, their rescue and their hope for the future. Jill Cook, senior curator at the British Museum, on hearing about it on Radio 4 said “I was moved by the story and thought that a Lampedusa Cross would make a good object for the Museum showing how people escaping persecution and tragedy can be helped by a small act of kindness.” Cook contacted Sr. Tuccio and soon the museum had a new acquisition for which payment was offered but refused. The cross has been given prominence by Neil MacGregor, the museum’s outgoing director, and the museum’s team are receiving many appreciative emails and letters from the public. There are now a number of Lampedusa Crosses in different places including one kept in St. Marie’s Cathedral, Sheffield. 36 pilgrims from 7 villages in the Hope Valley who went to Walsingham recently were privileged to take the Cross and carry it in the grounds of the Shrine.

best friends are their Canadian neighbours, the Krogers (Peter Wilmot and Liz McKenzie). All is blissful in their world until a detective from Scotland Yard (Simon Brister) asks to use their house as an observation station to try and foil a Soviet spy ring operating in the area. The Jacksons become more and more put out as Scotland Yard's demands on them increase. As usual the players will take this play on tour and it will be Thursday 10th November at Ashover Parish Hall and Friday 11th November at the Whitworth Centre at Darley Dale and Saturday 12th November at Wirksworth Town Hall starting at 19.30. For tickets either ring box office at on via

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Pollinating the Peak team at Chatsworth Country Fair (left right: Education Officer Ida Griffiths, Community Development Officer Rhodri Green, volunteer Dylan Green) A major project led by the of the project, which will Manager. recruiting volunteers to Bumblebee Conservation formally launch in 2018. with the help at events and train Together Trust and funded by the Partners in the initiative project’s Community people in bee identification. Heritage Lottery Fund is are Chatsworth, Development Officer, Bumblebees help being developed to Chesterfield Borough Rhodri Green, and pollinate many of our crops, transform the Peak District Council, Derbyshire County Education Officer, Ida but their populations are and Derbyshire into a Council, Derbyshire Wildlife Griffiths, Sally has also crashing – mainly due to pollination hotspot. Trust, Little Green Space, been working with local loss of flower-rich habitat. Pollinating the Peak will Moors for the Future authorities and partners on Climate change, disease highlight the importance of Partnership, Peak District plans for the project – and pesticides may also be bumblebees and other wild National Park, and Visit including to improve major threats. pollinators, and what Peak District & Derbyshire. pollinator habitats and to Pollinating the Peak has people can do to help “We want to inspire encourage people to help been made possible by a secure the long-term future people across the Peak and through bee-friendly Heritage Lottery Fund of these charismatic Derbyshire area to get planting in their own award of £150,000 to help insects. involved with this exciting gardens. develop the project, with A busy summer and project – and to help our The team has also been another £700,000 autumn schedule has seen vital wild pollinators by liaising with secondary earmarked for a later date. the Pollinating the Peak improving habitats, schools over plans for an For more details, visit team attending many local monitoring bumblebees innovative and fun bumblebeeconservation.or events, including and creating buzzing educational programme. g, email Chatsworth Country Fair, communities,” said Sally They are keen to hear from ptp@bumblebeeconservatio and engaging with hundreds Cuckney, Pollinating the other schools interested in and follow of people to raise awareness Peak Development getting involved, and are @BuzzingPeak on Twitter.

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We are six months into new stamp duty legislation. Back in April, the government introduced an additional 3% levy on properties classed as second homes, including buy-to-let purchases. It was feared the new rules would force some investors out of the market, particularly in areas like the Peak District where they are an essential link in the chain. So have local homeowners suffered as a result? According to Land Registry figures, completions through the summer were slightly lower than the same period last year, but you also need to factor in the Brexit effect. Eve Lake, a conveyancing Dear Sir, Further to the tributes to the late Nancy Pulley, I would like to highlight an area of her life that has so far been overlooked. For very many years, Nancy played an active part in the Peacock Players as both wardrobe mistress and actress. Few amateur dramatic societies could have boasted as knowledgeable and gifted a wardrobe mistress as Nancy. Not only was she a superb seamstress, making many costumes herself, but also she had an impressive collection of period costumes which, at times, she generously allowed the society to use. Her


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knowledge of costume was put to good use when she and Diane Bradwell produced Strutting Like a Peacock, an entertainment of costume, song and dance. Costumes dating from the medieval period to the 1930’s were featured with Nancy providing an expertly

researched commentary. Nancy was also a gifted actress. She was tremendous fun to act with and played roles ranging from a peasant woman in Brecht’s Mother Courage to a high-born society lady in George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion. And, as anyone

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PEAKLAND LIVELIHOODS Gradbach mill ceased production in the 1870s, local outworkers already having suffered the closure of Rainow’s Gin Clough Mill. Hollinsclough told a similar story, where some 50 households had formerly supplemented their income by weaving small articles of Macclesfield silk, despatched to local merchants via packhorse over Axe Edge. The demise of home weaving resulted from the 1824 abolition of high duties on imported raw silk. This was aimed at concentrating resources on throwing rather than weaving, with the result that only water- or steampowered looms remained viable. Other small silk mills

The Silk Industries

smaller factories on Road, Manchester Sherwood Road and the former Parke Road. Each loom stood beside a window, with work continuing by candlelight after dusk. In 1886, the Town Head factory suffered a disastrous fire which threw all the workers on charity, though silk weaving


continued elsewhere in the town until around 1900. By this time most of the historic old mills had ceased production, whereas Macclesfield’s Paradise Mill was to continue in work until 1981. It is nowadays an awardwinning museum open to the public for guided tours. Julie Bunting

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James Brindley. During the 18th/19th centuries, an allied cottage industry thrived at Middleton by Youlgrave, where local women wove silk and cotton lace. Produced in black, white and cream it was used chiefly for trimming parasols, shawls and jackets.



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Scarves for Africa Meanwhile Eyam too had become an active silk weaving centre, with three workshops recorded in 1857. That at the west end of the village, later to become a shoe factory, belonged to Ralph Wain, who after many years’ work developed a process enabling designs on both sides of silk fabric. Something of a recluse, Wain shunned attention and sold the valuable details to his Macclesfield dealers. Eyam weavers used to walk to Tideswell to fetch silk yarn from an agency set up by suppliers, at the same time handing in their finished products, including large quantities of brightlycoloured scarves for export to Africa. Handloom weaving also took place in Tideswell itself, silk being wound onto bobbins in local homes and taken to nearby mills including the Rising Sun at Town Head and

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Owners and staff at Audley St Elphin’s Park, the luxury retirement village situated in the Derbyshire Dales, hosted a Coffee Morning on Friday 30th September as part of Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning. With events taking place all over the UK, the event is Macmillan’s largest annual fundraiser for people facing cancer. With many village owners attending

the fundraising event, Audley St Elphin’s Park was able to raise a grand total of £251 for Macmillan Cancer Support. Since the first official World’s Biggest Coffee 1991, in Morning Macmillan’s event has continued to bring friends, family and neighbours together to raise money for a brilliant cause. Sue McClean, Village

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Manager, Audley St Elphin’s Park, said: “Holding the Coffee Morning was a lovely occasion and the perfect opportunity for owners to catch up while raising money for a brilliant cause. We’d like to extend a huge

thank you to everyone who took part, baked cakes and came along. We’re already looking forward to next year’s event!” Audley St Elphin’s Park recently announced the release of its final stage of development, Pollard Way,

which will contain 20 one, two and three bedroom apartments and cottages. Once completed from summer 2017, this phase of development will bring the total number of properties for over 55s at the village to 127.

ADULT EDUCATION BUY ONE GET ONE FREE OFFER ON LOCAL COURSE Derbyshire County Council Adult Education has a great offer on one of its popular courses this term. Pay for your course and bring along another learner who hasn’t been on one of our courses for three years or more and get the second place free. The offer applies to the six week Upholstery Class at Ashfordin-the-Water due to start on Friday 4th November 12.30pm until 2.30pm. Upholstery classes are always popular and are a great way to update your furniture. Previous learners have created some fantastic chairs, totally unique and inspiring. Adult Education are pleased to welcome a new tutor Heather Jones from the ‘Unique Seat Company’. Heather has years of experience and offers a chance to update your favourite furniture or try a number of furniture paint effects. Once you start these courses you get hooked ‘It has been wonderful learning how to upholstery in the traditional fashion. I had never realised how much is involved’ The Buy One Get One Free Offer is a great opportunity to try something new! For more information contact: uk Telephone 01629 533225 F a c e b o o k : www.facebook/matock.ace



Treak Cliff Cavern, nestled in the hills at the edge of the Hope Valley in Castleton, will be hosting its annual ‘Carols By Candlelight’ event this December with festive singing underground in the Blue-John-stoneadorned ‘Witches Chamber’. Take part in our 1-hour Christmas concert featuring a special guest appearance from Father Christmas, who will present each child with a small gift. Included in the admission price are a free glass of warming mulled wine and a hot mince pie, and a chance to enjoy a guided tour through the rest of Treak Cliff mine and the beautiful natural caves featuring many astonishing multi-coloured cave formations. On the 40-minute tour, visitors can see the most abundant veins of Blue John in the world and some of the finest stalactites in the Peak District, learn about 300 years of Blue John mining and how the

stone is still mined, processed and made into ornamental items and jewellery today. There is a gift / souvenir shop on site selling Blue John ornaments, jewellery or in its raw form, as well as a varied selection of rocks, gems, minerals and fossils from around the world. Hot and cold drinks and snacks also available from the Treak Cliff Cavern shop.

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Hope Valley College is proud to announce a new production of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth on Wednesday 9 November through to Friday 11 November. Tickets are now available to book online on nue/EJJDJK Directed by Dave Shimwell, tickets are priced £5.50 each. Book online now or call into the College’s reception for tickets. Each performance start at 7:30pm. Principal, David Willis said, “Last year’s performance of Shakespeare’s A Midsumer Night’s Dream was simply

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Thursday 27th October Doors open at 7.15pm - Price £8.00 • Licenced bar • Surprise Gift for a lucky person • Raffle ~ Entertainment ~


Belly Dancing from The Dancing Flames Geisha, 24 Firs Parade, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3AS Buying or selling, come and join us at our Preschool's fabulous fundraising event of the year, the Nearly New Sale on Saturday 12th November in Great Longstone School Hall 10:30am - 12noon with FREE ENTRY!!! Come and find incredible bargains on the day from a great choice of excellent quality previously loved toys, clothes and equipment for babies, toddlers and young children. Thinking of selling? If you would like to sell children's items at the sale it is a great way to recycle your unwanted things whilst

making some money and supporting the Great Longstone Preschool charity. You'll find everything you need to know on our website www. www.greatlongstonepresch on the 'nearly new sale' page or contact Jo on 07879 476229. Alternatively, if you don't wish to be a seller but have nearly new items which you would like to give to the preschool charity for sale please get in touch either via the website or contact number above and all donations will be gratefully received.



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As promised, we are having our seasonal fashion show; It is to be held on the 27th of October at The Loft, Matlock. All proceeds to Helen’s Trust. Ticket prices are £8.00 which includes entry and entertainment from The Matlock Dancing Flames and The Feel It and Dance team Jose Oliva Poyatos and Sharon Mayfield.

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Tickets on sale in store at Geisha, as seating is limited. We will be showing samples from our extensive Autumn Fashion and Lingerie ranges. We have taken on some new ranges for example the popular Joe Browns & Great Plains to name a few.... The Team at Geisha look forward to seeing you.

‘Who Lived Here’

Answer to our quiz in issue dated 10th October 2016 The answer was Stancliffe Hall at Darley Dale was home to the great 19th century

engineer Sir Joseph Whitworth, a significant contributor to the Industrial Revolution.

Bakewell and District Guide Dogs for the Blind wish to say a very big thank you to all guide dog owners, puppy walkers, helpers, local people and visitors for their very generous support of our street collection in Buxton

on Saturday 3rd September which raised the wonderful amount of £684.17. Our grateful thanks to everyone. We are very happy to welcome new helpers who can contact us on 01629 812102, 01629 825242 or 01298 25469.


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Arthur Miller’s stunning play All My Sons is coming to the magnificent and atmospheric surroundings of St John The Baptist Church, Tideswell (the Cathedral of The Peak) this November. Written in 1947, and performed by Tideswell Community Players, it is a compelling story of love, guilt and the corrupting power of greed. All My Sons was Arthur Miller’s first great Broadway success. The play sealed his reputation as one of the most influential playwrights of the 20th Century.  A powerful mustsee drama that will simply take your breath away. 7.30pm Thursday 10th November to Saturday 12th November. Tickets £8 and £6 from Tideswell Post Office and Litton Shop or available online through

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Darley Dale Croquet Club held the finals of the second Laura Haywood Shield in Laura’s memory on Sunday 11th September. The afternoon surprisingly turned out to be warm and sunny. During the season, 17 members played in three divisions leading to the finals’ afternoon. The winners from each division and the best runner-up formed the finals’ day players. Of those that played in the division rounds there were 3 players on equal scores so there was a special play-off for the runners-up spot a few days earlier. On the finals’ day Margaret Marshall beat last year’s winner Louis McMeeken on the tie break 7:6 and John Travis beat Colin Turnbull 7:5. In the actual final John Travis beat Margaret Marshall 7:4. The Shield was presented to John Travis (pictured) by the club’s secretary, David

Gregory. This was a very successful afternoon thoroughly enjoyed by the players and other members present. Laura was a member of

the club from 2008, the year the club started, and soon became an indispensible member by her enthusiasm and playing ability. Even though she went in and out of

hospital, she continued to play a game or so at the age of 97 and, when this was not possible, drove her scooter around the outside of the courts to check on the state of others’ play, often remarking on mistakes and successes. Laura died at the age of 98 in 2014 and the club decided to rename its members’ competition after her. The Club is nearing the end of its ninth season but still has an inter club match to play. The membership this season has risen to 38 and the club is in good heart. (Contact David Gregory 01629 732455 – gregy321@ for details) Earlier in the season the annual charity event in memory of another member, Pat Hancocks, who was a committee member from an early stage in the club’s history, raised £151, which has been sent to Ashgate Hospice.

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‘It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas,’ as Peak Shopping Village prepares for a three-day Christmas event from Friday 4th to Sunday 6th November. It is packed full of activity and entertainment, including a Christmas market, a variety of delicious street food stalls and a special doubledecker bus bar serving festive cheer. Entry is free and there is free onsite parking. The official Christmas light switch-on event will be hosted by Peak FM presenter Craig Bailey and the crew on Friday 4 November at 6pm, and the evening will also host a visit from Santa, live music from ‘Can Samba Bateria’, Ashover Brass Band and ‘Cooke and Sons’ Traditional Organ Grinders. Other walk around entertainment includes ‘Elsa and Hanz’ and a fire show finale, all to ensure a lively and entertaining evening. The festive feeling will continue through Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th from 105pm with more live entertainment, music and activities plus the opportunity to explore further over 50 stalls of quality food, gifts, crafts and jewellery. Katayune Jacquin, manager of Peak Shopping Village, said: “Christmas is the highlight of the year for us and an opportunity to showcase the village and its beautiful Christmas lights. We’ve put together a special, magical winter weekend, where families can enjoy shopping,

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CONFUSED ABOUT DIETARY FATS? Some people can often be confused about dietary fats and their different health implications. Fats are an important part of our diet and contain vitamins such as A and D. Eating a little fat with vegetables/salad also helps our bodies absorb certain nutrients more efficiently. Basically, there are 3 main types of dietary fats in the diet – s a t u r a t e d , monounsaturated and polyunsaturated; some foods, such as vegetable oil, contain a mixture of all 3. All fats, no matter which type, contain a high number of calories – 9 calories per gram, so, to lose weight, cutting down on all dietary fats will help you to achieve this. So, which fats should we choose? Some fats are better for our health than others:Saturated fats include harder fats like lard, butter, visible fat on meats, fatty meat products, e.g. sausage rolls, and are present in many takeaway meals. In Britain the greatest contributors of saturated fats in the diet

are full fat dairy products. Switching to low fat cottage cheese, spreads, yoghurts, (remember to look out for sugar content, 0% Greek yoghurt is a good choice) and choosing skinny lattes can lower saturated fat intake. 1% milk is halfway between semi-skimmed and skimmed and is a good choice. Cutting all visible fat from meats, such as pork chops, cuts down saturated fat. Products are high in saturated fat if they contain more than 5g/100g and foods containing 1.5g/100g or less are low in saturated fat, therefore always try to read food labels. Trans fats (hydrogenated vegetable oils) are vegetable oils, which have been processed so they become hard, but this also makes them less healthy, like saturated fats. Trans fats are found in foods such as cakes, biscuits and pastries. You can identify these fats in products by reading the food label looking out for “hydrogenised” in the ingredients. If a food contains partially




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hydrogenated fats or oils, it will most likely contain trans fats too; and the higher up the ingredient list it appears, the more trans fat it is likely to contain. Trans fats are also produced when vegetable oils are heated to fry foods at very high temperatures and this means that takeaway foods can often be high in trans fats. Many manufacturers now avoid using hydrogenated fats or have reduced the amount of trans fats in their products. Try to reduce the above




two fats as they can raise your blood cholesterol levels and potentially increase the risk of heart disease. Replacing these fats with “healthy” fats and oils from monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats (which include omega-3 fats) can help to lower the “bad” LDL cholesterol, whilst raising the levels of “good” HDL cholesterol and helping to move bad LDL cholesterol out of the blood stream, therefore reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke. They also provide nutrients to help develop and maintain your body’s cells. Oils rich in polyunsaturated fats also contain the antioxidant vitamin E, which helps us to have healthy eyes and skin and boosts our immune system. • Polyunsaturated fats are found in sunflower, soya, sesame and corn oils and oily fish •Monounsaturated fats are found in olive and rapeseed oil, avocados and olives. •Omega 3 fats are found in oily fish such as mackerel, kippers, herring, sardines,





Indicate the answers to the following questions in the grid above, cut out and send the puzzle, along with your name and address to The Peak Puzzle, The Peak Advertiser, First Floor Offices, Orme Court (Library building), Granby Road, Bakewell DE45 1ES to enter the prize draw for a gift voucher valued at £15. Closing date for entries is Friday 28 October.

Bellis perennis (5) The Hall associated with the Sitwell family (8) Twin villages near Chatsworth and Chesterfield? (7) Market day in Bakewell (6) Which river course can you see from Thor’s Cave? (8) 46-mile route from Castleton to Rocester (9,3) These are not pink stones near Cromford? (5,5) In which village is the Samuel Fox Inn? (8)

9. Who is appearing at Buxton Opera House on 24th November? (3,9) 10. In which court can you find Spirit of the Andes? (5) 11. In which village is Thomas Babington of Dethick buried? (7) 12. Wells that dawn – a village anagram (13) 13. A bird in the hand is worth two in the ....? (4) 14. What was extracted from Holme Bank Mine at Bakewell? (5) 15. This year’s Christmas theme at Chatsworth (3,10)

salmon and fresh tuna (not tinned). Our bodies require this type of fat for health, but cannot produce it without us eating foods containing it. There are also other natural ways to reduce cholesterol. Oats are rich in soluble fibre, which is known to lower cholesterol levels. Soluble fibre dissolves water in the gut to form a gel, soaking up cholesterol like a sponge and carrying it out of the body. Choose porridge made with skimmed or 1% milk for breakfast and also include in your diet pulses like lentils, beans and chickpeas, which contain soluble fibre. Plant stanols and sterols are extracts from plants that, when ingested can help to reduce the absorption of cholesterol in the body. Supplements are available in tablet form, and you can buy spreads, milks, drinks and yoghurts, which contain these extracts. However, you need to have between 1.5 to 2g (which equates to around 3 servings of spreads or milk drinks) each day to gain a beneficial effect and reducing LDL cholesterol by 10-15%. However, cholesterol can go back up if you stop using them. A diet containing plenty of soluble fibre (porridge oats, pulses), vegetable protein and stanols and sterols can reduce LDL cholesterol by up to 25%. Although some foods contain cholesterol – shellfish, eggs and offal – this has much less effect on our blood cholesterol than the cholesterol we make in our body ourselves in response to eating a diet high in saturated fat. Many cholesterol-containing foods are relatively low in saturated fat and contain other useful vitamins and minerals. Only cut down on these foods if you have been advised to do so by your GP or Nutritionist. Cutting down on saturated and trans fats is much more effective at reducing cholesterol. So in short, reducing “unhealthy” fats and replacing them with “healthy” fats will help you to improve your health.

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Matlock Branch of The Grenadier Guards Association

On the 12th October the Matlock Branch of the Grenadier Guards’ Association had their autumn lunch at Bakewell Golf Club. 35 attended for a wonderful lunch. A big thank you to Justine and Tim for

their usual hospitality. Captain Bearder and his wife Paula were guests of honour and Captain Bearder gave an update on the Regiment’s whereabouts. Our Chairman presented Captain Bearder with a

cheque for £300 for the Wounded in Action fund. We had a very good raffle with thanks to the Pudding Shop, Thorntons, The Rutland Arms, The Pet Shop and The Pudding Parlour for their really good raffle prizes.

Derbyshire Dales WASPI protesters joined women from all over the country rallying at the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham, 4th October. Photo courtesy of Angie Wilson Women from WASPI (Women Against State Pension Inequality) Derbyshire Dales have acted on their demands for a review of the State Pension Age regulations for 1950s women by demonstrating outside the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham. Women from all over the country travelled there on 4th

October to show how angry they are. This group of older women met up at noon to walk from New St Station to the Conference Centre. 1950s women have had steep hikes in the pension age forced upon them with little notice. There is no group in the High Peak. Would you like help to form one? In the same week women

have sent in petitions on the subject to MPs to be presented in Parliament next week. Dame Joan Bakewell has also tabled a debate on the subject in the House of Lords in mid-October. If you would like to know more contact: Joan Lye G r e e n

The Ten Artists’ Exhibition

The Ten Artists Exhibition is a fundraiser for Samaritans. This year will be the 20th annual show, and to date it has raised £29,000 for The charity. It is

Isabel Blincow with a recently completed painting of Stanage Edge It will be at Baslow hoped that this year will see enough money raised to Village Hall, Baslow, DE45 top it up to and over 1SR on Saturday 22nd and £30,000. Ten well known Sunday, 23rd October 10am local artists are invited to to 5pm both days, submit ten new paintings, admission £1 to the charity. or sculptures which creates The participating artists a superb and vibrant show. are Geoff Kersey, Brian All the artists are very Smith, Marion Anniss, active in their field and Jason Heppenstall, Judy finding ten new works every Day and her daughter year is a challenge. The Helen, Lyn Littlewood, Bryn organiser, and a Hughes, Gerry Kersey and participant, is Isabel Isabel Blincow Blincow, who has been For more information, involved from the start, 20 isabel@gblincow.freeserve. years ago.

Baslow Senior Citizens Club

On November 11th Keith and Shirley Thomas’s illustrated talk is on “The National Memorial Arboretum”. On November 25th we are to be entertained by local choir Baslow Belles. Refreshments will be

served by our willing volunteers. Interested in joining? We have plenty of room for new members. Phone Christopher Wragg, Baslow 583228 or just turn up at a meeting.

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The Buxton office of Smith Cooper, one of the largest locally owned, independent accountancy firms in the Midlands, have completed the sponsored walk they organised in aid of High Peak Foodbank. The walk, nicknamed ‘The Dambusters’ Walk’ by those who took part, took place on the 25th September 2016. The 25km route followed the perimeter of the Ladybower, Derwent and

Smith Cooper staff on the walk Howden reservoirs in the announce that our efforts Peak District. have exceeded our initial High Peak Foodbank target of £500 to date for works with individuals and High Peak Foodbank, who families in crisis situations are our chosen charity for in the High Peak to provide this year. There were a few emergency food parcels, sore feet and legs in the help to sort out crises and office on the Monday but support into paid jobs everyone enjoyed the through Zink Employability, camaraderie that the walk its work and skills produced.” programme. Paul Bohan, Area Catherine Desmond, Coordinator for foodbanks partner at Smith Cooper said “We are really grateful Buxton Office commented, to Smith Cooper staff and “We are very pleased to their families for

undertaking this sponsored hike to help fund High Peak Foodbank. It will go a long way to helping people in our local community to get their lives back on track.” You can still sponsor the Smith Cooper Buxton Office team by visiting: ndraisers/smithcooperbuxt on Or if you prefer you can still drop a donation into the Buxton Office at 2A Grove Parade, Buxton, SK17 6AJ.



A Second Helping of The Wirksworth Beer Festival After last year’s successful, inaugural festival, Wirksworth Beer Festival is now officially an annual event, this year taking place on the 22nd and 23rd of October, Organised by Town Hall Events, all profits go towards improving performance facilities at Wirksworth’s Town Hall. Much has stayed the same: real ales, as local to Wirksworth as possible, local food, local music and free entry.

This year we are serving 25 different ales, including four from our very local ‘Gaol Ales’, a newcomer from ‘Innvader Ales’, brewed at the Bear Inn at Alderwasley and other favourites such as ‘Shardlow’, ‘Derventio’, ‘Dancing Duck’ and ‘Leadmills’. Food is provided by Manna Deli with a wide variety of meaty and veggie snacks. If you are in need of a pick-me-up or a break from the beer, then there is freshly brewed coffee

from Full Moon Coffee Co and chocolate from the Steeple Grange Chocolate Fairies, both made in Wirksworth. The music will be varied again, with rock in the afternoon from ‘Cut & Run’ and ‘Rebel Rebel’, one of the country’s best David Bowie tribute acts. The evening will have a more chilled out feel to it, with acoustic sessions from Josh Vallance and Robyn Wallis Johnson and folk from The Ley Brothers, to name but a few.

New this year is our Sunday afternoon opening for a relaxed supping-up session accompanied by an equally relaxed acoustic jamming session, led by the masters of the jam session, Joe Ash and Rob Gill. Opening hours: Saturday, 22 October, 13.00– 23.00. Sunday, 23 October, 14.00–19.00. Please like us on Facebook: Wirksworth Beer Festival.

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Mr. Wallis Sofa {3 str} £2,790 £2,511

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Old Besssie Sofa in Willow Leather {2.5 seater} £2,790 £2,511

Pets Feature

In the next issue of the Peak Advertiser dated 7th November 2016 we will be taking a look at our four-legged friends.

• Boarding Kennels • Catteries • Grooming • Veterinary Care • Pet Shops • Food and Bedding • Accessories • Equestrian • Pet Insurance • Dog Walking • and much more If you would like to advertise please call Mark Andrews on 01629 812159 or email Deadline for copy is Wednesday 26th October 2016 at 5pm The Peak Advertiser, First Floor, Orme Court (Library Building), Granby Road, Bakewell DE45 1ES Tel: 01629 812159 Email:

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Derek Morton and club Chairman Alan Grant ‘The Portland Works’ was the subject of a recent talk given to the Bakewell and District Probus Club by guest speaker Derek Morton, who described how this, one of the few surviving cutlery works with a continuing history of manufacturing in Sheffield, had been saved from the threat of conversion into residential use and instead had been preserved and developed into a community owned home for traditional crafts and creative arts. The Works were opened in 1879 and, in 1914, became

the birthplace of stainless steel cutlery; the material having been created the year before. Full scale stainless cutlery production was prevented by the outbreak of war and the requirement that all available stainless steel went into aero engines, but after this initial delay cutlery production was in full swing all over Sheffield by 1919 and the business prospered. However, by the 1950s, overseas competition was taking its toll on the steel industry and Portland Works entered a period of decline

The Fidler Taylor year of fundraising for Derbyshire Air Ambulance continues and Saturday (8th October) saw an eclectic group of walkers take on a 17 plus mile walk linking the Fidler Taylor’ Ashbourne and Matlock offices. The planned route set out from the firm’s Ashbourne office with a pastry breakfast. Largely following the southern section of The Limestone Way, the undulating ramble led walkers through typical White Peak countryside with spectacular scenery and some superb views. As a welcome conclusion to the route, the walkers were treated to a feast of cake and tea in Matlock. Despite tired legs and the odd blister, spirits were still high after completing the challenge. Simon Croft commented, ‘The walkers generosity was overwhelming and everyone dug deep both in effort and support’.

Thanks go to everyone for their kindness and for making the day a huge success. The thanks extend beyond the walkers on the day, with kind donations from several who weren’t able to come and to the support ‘crew’ en route and at both ends. The day raised just over £600, all of which goes to Derbyshire Air Ambulance. The day’s kind sponsors ensure maximum proceeds are donated and include Slacks Travel, M&S, Fresh Choice (St John’s Street), and The Olde Sweet Shoppe, Dig Street, not to forget the staff, family and friends of FT for a truly delightful array of cakes. Air Ambulance relies totally on charitable donations to be able to provide their invaluable service. The monies raised now push Fidler Taylor’s total, so far, beyond £9000, since the fundraising launch in May this year. Please look out for our next events.

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For Sale by Auction - Monday 31st October

Workshop Barn and Land, off Hall Bank, Hartington Auction Guide Price: Lot 1: £75,000 - £85,000 Auction Guide Price: Lot 2: £130,000 - £140,000

Agricultural Business Centre, Bakewell at 3.00pm

Orchard Cottage - Hulland Village, Ashbourne Auction Guide Price: £100,000 - £150,000

Lot 1: An excellent opportunity to purchase a traditional country workshop which has undergone renovation and is set in 5 acres (2.02ha). Lot 2: 16.16 acres ( 6.54ha) of grassland

An interesting semi-detached cottage for renovation. Situated in the delightful village of Hulland Village. EPC rating F.

Enquiries to: Bakewell Office 01629 812777

Enquiries to: Ashbourne Office 01335 342201

Land at Shottle The Guide Price is issued as an indication of the auctioneer’s opinion of the likely selling price of the property. Each property offered is subject to a Reserve Price which is agreed between the seller and the auctioneer just prior to the auction and which would ordinarily be within 10% (+/- ) of the Guide Price. Both the Guide Price and the Reserve Price can be subject to change up to and inc. the day of the auction. For a full definition of Guide Price and Reserve Price please visit

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Land & Stables Millington Green, Ashbourne

Sale Guide Price: Price on Application A lovely range of block and timber built stables with concrete base with hardstanding and roadside access. The site extends to 3.31 Acres (1.34ha)

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Leys Heath Farm - Whiston, Stoke-on-Trent

Guide Price: £530,000

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A unique stone cottage enjoying a delightful rural location with two large outbuildings and lovely views to the rear over rolling countryside. Viewing essential. EPC rating D.

A detached stone farmhouse with accompanying large outbuilding and further storage, enjoying lovely views of rolling countryside. Occupying a good-sized plot with the option to purchase a further 3 acres (1.21ha) by separate negotiation. EPC rating D.

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Joan Cottage, Joan Lane

Froggatt Edge

Craig Cottage, Near Calver

In a delightful, idyllic location a charming freehold three bedroomed historic cottage, believed to date back to the mid 17th century and also reputed to be the oldest cottage in this very sought after village. Retaining some lovely original features with gritstone fireplace, oak beams and stone slate roof and southerly views. Entrance porch, charming dining room with oak parquet floor and gritstone fireplace, fitted kitchen, charming sitting room with beamed ceiling and multi-fuel fire, large rear reception hall and utility/cloakroom. First floor: split level landing, three bedrooms and large family bathroom. Outside: attractive, good sized cottage gardens and rear driveway giving access to stone built double and single garage and further outbuildings.

In a delightful popular Peak District location, on the edge of the village of Froggatt, a picturesque Grade II Listed extended, believed to be 18th Century cottage offering sympathetically improved and tastefully appointed accommodation. Gas central heating. Entrance lobby, sitting room and separate dining room with gritstone fireplaces and multi-fuel stoves, large living kitchen. Large family room/study/hobbies room. Lobby/utility. First Floor: two large double bedrooms with lovely views, double bedroom 3 with French windows to terrace. Bathroom and separate WC. Off-road parking, previous planning for detached double garage, lovely extensive beautifully landscaped cottage gardens extending to approx. 2/3rds of an acre.

Energy Rating D

Energy Rating D

Viewing: Hathersage Office

Viewing: Hathersage Office

Offers Around £450,000

Offers Around £450,000





Darley Hillside

Strathallan, Whitworth Road


Crowder Tor, Townhead

This impressive Edwardian property was built in 1911 and retains wonderful period features. The four bedroomed family home has been extended and lovingly restored to a very high standard. The property has the benefit of gas central heating, front and rear gardens and a detached garage, situated on a quiet street overlooking the grounds of Stancliffe Hall. The property briefly comprises: impressive entrance hall, with downstairs WC, formal sitting room with bay window, family room with French doors, extended dining kitchen and porch/utility. At first floor four bedrooms and a family bathroom. Large boarded out loft space with Velux window. Garage and off-road parking.

Delightfully situated on the edge of Eyam with beautiful views to the front, side and rear over open countryside and Eyam Edge. A sympathetically extended and converted three bedroom dormer bungalow with two bathroom/shower rooms, in this very popular and sought after historic Peak District village with great amenities. The deceptively spacious accommodation comprises; long entrance hall, sitting room with French windows to garden room/conservatory, well fitted kitchen, large master bedroom, double bedroom two, bathroom. Staircase to first floor bedroom and en-suite shower room. Outside, attractive garden to front and rear with superb views. Gas fired central heating and double glazing throughout.

Energy Rating D

Energy Rating D

Viewing: Matlock Office

Viewing: Hathersage Office

Offers Around £385,000

Matlock: 01629 828 250

Banner Cross: 0114 268 3241

Dronfield: 01246 290992

Offers Around £365,000

Hathersage: 01433 650009

Bakewell: 01629 815307

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Townend Barn, Main Street

This traditional three bedroomed stone built barn conversion has been converted to a very high standard and has the benefit of off-road parking and gardens. Situated in the popular village of Chelmorton the property has lovely views and has retained character and charm combined with modern day living. The property briefly comprises: entrance hallway with stairs to first floor, dining kitchen, downstairs WC/utility room, family sitting room with stone fireplace and multi-fuel stove. At first floor level, there is a generous landing, three bedrooms and family bathroom. Outside, off-road parking for three vehicles, vegetable plot and enclosed gardens. VIEWING ADVISED.


Pleasant View, Station Road

Delightfully situated in this very popular and sought after Peak District village, a well proportioned four bedroom, stone built end terrace cottage which has, in recent years, been re-roofed, rewired, has uPVC double glazing and central heating but is in need of further updating and decoration. For sale with immediate vacant possession and no chain. Lounge, dining kitchen, access to basement cellar. First floor: two good bedrooms and bathroom. Second floor: two further good bedrooms with great views. Outside: forecourt to the front and to the rear, long garden, store place and backing onto the car park. Energy Rating E

Energy Rating tbc Viewing: Hathersage Office Viewing: Bakewell Office

Offers Around £340,000

Offers Around £275,000


PROPERTIES AVAILABLE TO RENT Bailiffs Cottage, Magclough Farm, Edge Road, Eyam S32 5QN Delightful three/four bedroom cottage

£995 PCM 8 Dale Crescent, Hathersage S32 1AP






Attractively presented three bedroom semi-detached property


1 Riverside, Calver Road

Situated in the heart of Baslow is this beautifully presented two bedroom semi-detached property, complete with private rear garden and private off-road parking for two vehicles. Well positioned for the professional commute to Sheffield, Chesterfield and the surrounding Peak District, and being within school catchment of the ever popular Lady Manners secondary school in Bakewell. Internally comprising; open plan breakfast kitchen, living room with multi-fuel stove and opening to rear garden. Main double bedroom, second good sized bedroom and modern bathroom suite. Outside; Immaculately presented rear garden and block paved drive to the front and side for two cars. VIEWING ADVISED. NO CHAIN

£900 PCM 29 Ladybower Lodge, Ashopton Road, Bamford S33 0BY Superb two bedroom duplex apartment

£695 PCM Rose Cottage, The Bank, Stoney Middleton S32 4TD Charming two bedroom extended detached cottage

£650 PCM 2 Lower Terrace Road, Tideswell SK17 8LX Beautifully presented two bedroom cottage

£600 PCM £535 PCM

Energy Rating D


Offers Around £225,000

Matlock: 01629 828 250

2 Pursglove Road

This 18th century character cottage has two double bedrooms and is situated on a quiet street in the heart of the historic village of Tideswell, close to local shops and amenities. The property offers easily maintained accommodation and would be ideal for the first time buyer or equally suitable as a second home or holiday let. The cottage has the benefit of gas central heating and briefly comprises: entrance lobby, living room with stone fireplace, kitchen. At first floor a double bedroom and family bathroom and on the second floor a further double bedroom. Roadside parking.

9 Shunters Drift, Barlborough S43 4WL Attractively presented two double bedroom end townhouse

Viewing: Bakewell Office


Banner Cross: 0114 268 3241

Energy Rating D Viewing: Bakewell Office

0114 2688702

Offers Around £160,000


Dronfield: 01246 290992

Hathersage: 01433 650009

Bakewell: 01629 815307

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YS A D 3 . IN C . T . S SOLD Botany Bay, Moorside



£340,000 £350,000

£350,000 £375,000


Afe Wae, Brassington Close

A well-appointed three double bedroom semi-detached residence with generous off-road parking and enclosed garden, with adjoining paddock amounting to approximately an acre, detached workshop, stone outbuilding and kennels. Retaining charm and character, the property occupies a peaceful setting with superb far-reaching views. Energy Rating E

• Approximately an acre of paddock • Flexible living accommodation

• Ideal smallholding • Close to the High Peak Trail

• Far-reaching views

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A beautifully appointed, generously proportioned three double bedroom detached property nestled in large gardens adjoining open countryside. Occupying a peaceful picturesque setting with stunning views across the surrounding countryside. Energy Rating G

• Large gardens adjoining open countryside • Lady Manners School catchment • Off-road parking and garage • Close to local shops and amenities Stunning views across the surrounding countryside •

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£225,000 £250,000

Sherwood Road


A well-appointed three bedroom semi-detached property nestled in a generous corner plot garden with superb far-reaching views across the surrounding countryside. The property occupies a peaceful picturesque setting in the popular Peak Park village of Tideswell. Energy Rating E

• No upward chain • Derbyshire Dales Occupancy Clause applies • Lady Manners School catchment

• Generous corner plot garden • Open aspect with picturesque views

YS A D 8 N I . C . T . SOLD S £800,000 £850,000

Eaton Drive


£190,000 £200,000

Whitecross Road


A beautifully presented, contemporary four bedroom detached residence nestled in beautifully landscaped gardens with enclosed seating terraces, pergola and mature planted beds and borders. A sweeping driveway provides ample off-road parking for several vehicles and leads to the double garage. EPC Rating D

A 3 bedroom stone built mid-terrace cottage fully renovated throughout, set in the popular Peak Park village of Tideswell close to the historic Church known locally as 'the Cathedral of the Peak', shops, school and country inns. The beautifully presented property is ready to move straight into. EPC Rating D

• Sweeping driveway and double garage • Immaculately presented throughout • Easy commutable distance of major commercial centres

• No upward chain • Ideal investment/holiday cottage • Fully renovated throughout

• Flexible family living accommodation • Lady Manners School catchment

• Popular Peak Park setting • Two stone stores

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Offers in excess of

Woodheys, Top Cottages



Offers in the region of

Water Beech Cottage


Darley Bridge

A substantial three bedroom detached residence nestled in approximately a third of an acre of landscaped gardens adjoining open countryside. Occupying an elevated position with superb views across the village and surrounding countryside, with off-road parking and integral garage. Energy Rating D

A generously proportioned stone built five bedroom family home in a peaceful setting with extensive landscaped gardens and tennis court. With double garage and ample off-road parking for several vehicles. Beautifully presented throughout with quality fixtures and fittings. Energy Rating D

• Stunning far-reaching views • Integral garage and off-road parking Generous landscaped gardens • • Partially converted loft with potential for further bedrooms • Orangery overlooking the rear garden and adjoining countryside

• Flexible family living accommodation • Superb far-reaching views • Stunning landscaped gardens

• Tennis court • Generous off-road parking and garaging



Offers in the region of

£450,000 £485,000

The Old Post Office


Wheston Bank



A substantial three bedroom, stone built detached residence with attractive enclosed gardens and off-road parking, sympathetically renovated throughout by local craftsmen to an exceptionally high standard, the property retains a traditional cottage feel alongside high quality contemporary fittings. Energy Rating F

A substantial, award-winning, individual architecturally designed 5 bedroom detached residence with open plan spacious flexible living accommodation, with off-road parking, 2 garages, store and enclosed gardens. The property occupies a peaceful backwater setting in the popular village of Tideswell.Energy Rating D

• No upward chain • Picturesque village setting • Beautifully renovated throughout by local craftsmen

• Dual school catchment • Ideal for dependent relative, home worker or B&B • Flexible living accommodation • Two garages, off-road parking and additional store • Close to an excellent range of shops, cafes and local amenities

• Off-road parking and enclosed garden • High quality fixtures and fittings









£1250 Hall End Lane





Top Cottages


A fantastic extended end of terrace cottage, available in the sought after location of Ashford-in-the-Water near to Bakewell. Briefly comprising: three double bedrooms, family bathroom and ensuite, large breakfast kitchen, dining room, living room and conservatory. Finished to a very high standard throughout.

A quaint two bedroom mid-terrace cottage, in the highly popular village of Castleton, Hope Valley. The ground floor is open-plan, with kitchen, dining and living space, with underfloor heating. A viewing is strongly advised. This property is available immediately.

A lovely Grade II Listed cottage available in the picturesque location of Cressbrook, briefly comprising of two bedrooms, living room and kitchen with conservatory and shower room, with underfloor heating throughout the ground floor. The property boasts stunning views and is available for viewings immediately.

• Furnished • Available from 3rd November • Off-street parking • Garden

• One allocated parking space • Rear courtyard • Open-plan living • Part-furnished • EPC Rating E

• Furniture negotiable • Pets considered • Garden and on-street parking • Half price referencing for an October move in • EPC Exempt

• EPC Rating C


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BAKEWELL DE45 1DB Ollerset House, North Church Street

CASTLETON S33 8WE Lodge Cottage, Back Street

Offers Around


Offers Around


A four/five bedroom, stone built Georgian townhouse with wonderful rear garden and off-road parking enviably located at the top of North Church Street, Bakewell. This impressive home would suit families or downsizers alike, and enjoys superb views over Bakewell and the adjoining countryside. The versatile accommodation is arranged over four floors with a particularly spacious ground floor with most rooms enjoying a pleasant aspect down the garden. The ground floor comprises, broad entrance hall, lounge, dining kitchen, conservatory, en-suite guest bedroom / office, and a sitting room with French windows opening to the garden. At first floor level there are two double bedrooms, including master bedroom with lovely views and stylish family bathroom. On the top floor there are two further bedrooms with fine views, completing the accommodation. Outside, the property has parking for two vehicles and a magnificent rear garden with shaped lawns, well-stocked borders and patio. EPC Rating E

A charming, stone built three bedroom cottage with origins dating back to the 14th century, located just off the market square in Castleton. This wonderful home has been tastefully modernised by the current owners and retains many original features including stone fireplaces, stone mullions and a fine example of a 'cruck' beam. The spacious ground floor comprises entrance with utility/boot room, bespoke kitchen, double aspect dining room and sitting room with fireplace and stove. Off the sitting room is a home office/occasional bedroom with French windows opening to a courtyard and a versatile garden room. At first floor level a landing leads to the master suite with dressing area, a luxury family bathroom and two further bedrooms. Outside, the property benefits from driveway parking, a delightful cottage garden, and a stone built shed. An internal viewing is essential to fully appreciate this truly charming Derbyshire cottage.

VIEWING: Bakewell Office.

VIEWING: Hathersage Office.

Baslow De45 1sF Moor Cottage, Bar Road




EPC Rating E

Offers Around


A deceptively spacious, four bedroom Edwardian family home with delightful front and rear gardens, off-street parking for two vehicles and panoramic views of the Chatsworth Estate. Entrance porch & hallway, sitting room with open fireplace, dining room with charming sash window onto garden, breakfast kitchen, utility room, 4 bedrooms, family bathroom, lovely south westerly facing rear garden with patio and lawn, panoramic views over Baslow and Chatsworth House.

EPC Rating D

Bakewell De45 1eT New Gardens, 14 Granby Croft


The immaculately presented accommodation is arranged over two floors with the ground floor comprising of entrance hall, sitting room and a spacious open plan kitchen. From the entrance hall stairs rise to the first floor landing leading to three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside, there is off-street parking for two cars, a south facing garden and low maintenance patio garden to the rear.

EPC Rating C VIEWING: Bakewell Office.

Offers Around

A stone built three bedroom semi-detached family home with off-street parking for two vehicles and south facing garden. Conveniently located in the heart of Bakewell, the property is a level walk to the towns amenities, the picturesque river Wye and Bakewell Park.

VIEWING: Bakewell Office.

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HATHERSAGE 01433 651888

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DORE 0114 236 2420

BANNER CROSS 0114 268 3388

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NETHERGREEN 0114 268 9900

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HATHERSAGE S32 1BS 2 Park Edge

Offers Around


Bakewell De45 1aX 35 Park Road

Offers Around


A wonderful five bedroom semi-detached Edwardian villa, occupying an elevated position in the village of Hathersage, with stunning views across the Hope Valley. This outstanding family home has accommodation arranged over four floors with all front facing rooms enjoying the magnificent view. The ground floor comprises; broad entrance hall, bay windowed sitting room, dining room, modern fitted kitchen and breakfast room with access to cellar. At first floor level there is a spacious landing with floor to ceiling window, two double bedrooms and family bathroom with roll top bath and separate WC. The top floor completes the accommodation with three further double bedrooms and a shower room with WC. Outside, to the front of the property is driveway parking, a double garage and well-stocked gardens. To the rear, a large garden laid to lawn with patio, shrubs and mature trees. An internal viewing is essential to appreciate the spacious family accommodation, lovely gardens and stunning views. EPC Rating F

A three bedroom detached property situated in the sought after market town of Bakewell. The property is conveniently located, being within close proximity to a comprehensive range of amenities and facilities. The accommodation comprises of three reception rooms, three bedrooms, double glazing, gas heating, garage and driveway providing off-road parking, south facing garden, enjoys panoramic views overlooking Bakewell.

VIEWING: Hathersage Office.

VIEWING: Bakewell Office.

EPC Rating D

TO LET The Cottage, Towngate, Bradwell S33 9JX £570 pcm A recently repainted, two bedroom cottage in the beautiful rural village of Bradwell. EPC Rating E Dale Cottage, The Dale, Eyam, S32 5QU £1500 pcm A 4 bed detached home with garage, off-road parking & woodland gardens. EPC Rating D Benstor House, Great Hucklow SK17 8RD £1500 pcm A well-presented 4 bedroom family home. Recently redecorated throughout and having new carpets to the lounge and dining area. PETS NEGOTIABLE WITH ADDITIONAL BOND. EPC Rating to follow 49 Yeld Road, Bakewell DE45 1FW £650pcm A well-presented recently refurbished and redecorated two bedroom family home. EPC Rating D 7 Progress Court, Buxton Road, Bakewell DE45 1DA £450 pcm 1 bedroom first floor apartment in the beautiful town of Bakewell. Allocated parking space. EPC Rating E

CaStletOn S33 8wJ Fern Cottage, How lane Offers Around


A four double bedroom link detached house with rear garden and off-road parking, conveniently located in the heart of Castleton. The property requires cosmetic updating throughout and would make an ideal bed & breakfast, family home or large holiday let. The spacious accommodation is arranged over two floors with the ground floor comprising, three receptions rooms, dining kitchen, wet room and rear entrance porch. At first floor level there are four double bedrooms, two being en-suite and a family bathroom. Outside, there is off-road parking and to the rear gardens with patio, lawn and raised gravelled beds. An internal viewing is highly recommend to appreciate the superb investment potential and central village location. EPC Rating E VIEWING: Hathersage Office.

6 Peveril Road, Castleton S33 8UA £850 pcm A spacious 3 bed semi-detached house situated on the fringe of this extremely popular and highly regarded village located in the heart of the Peak District. EPC Rating D 4 Gordon Road, Tideswell SK17 8PR £675 pcm Enviably located in the picturesque village of Tideswell, this three bedroomed end terraced cottage benefits from a rear garden. EPC Rating E 2 Hall End Lane, Ashford-in-the-Water DE45 1QJ £800 pcm A two bed exceptional grade ll listed property situated in the heart of this picturesque village on a quiet no through road. EPC Rating D 1 Sycamore Barn, Main Road, Taddington SK17 9TR £1250 pcm A stone built four bedroom semi-detached barn conversion enviably located in the picturesque village of Taddington, benefiting from extensive off-road parking, garage and garden. NO PETS. EPC Rating D

To view any of our rentals please call our dedicated lettings department on 01629 700695

Bakewell De45 1eS Flat 1 Orme Court, Granby Road Offers Around


Conveniently located in the heart of Bakewell this well proportioned two bedroom, first floor apartment enjoys a pleasant aspect down Granby Road towards Matlock Street. The apartment benefits from an allocated parking space, private pedestrian access from Granby Road via a secure entry system and lift rising to the first floor. The accommodation itself is arranged over one floor and comprises an entrance hall, spacious sitting room with dining area, breakfast kitchen, two bedrooms and a family bathroom. Centrally positioned in the historic market town of Bakewell the apartment is close to an excellent range of local shops, amenities and public transport links.

EPC Rating D VIEWING: Bakewell Office.

BAKEWELL 01629 700699


HATHERSAGE 01433 651888

SURVEYS 0114 235 7741

DORE 0114 236 2420

BANNER CROSS 0114 268 3388

ROTHERHAM 01709 917 676

NETHERGREEN 0114 268 9900

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Price Guide : £945,000

OIRO : £525,000

• A detached six bedroomed stone built Grade II Listed residence with border oak barn • Believed to be late Georgian and occupying an elevated position with open views • Hallway; Four reception rooms; Large conservatory; Utility; Guest cloakroom • Large kitchen with atrium/breakfast room; Two bathrooms; Two shower rooms • Gardens and grounds (extending to some 5.5 acres) – option to purchase 18 acres

• NO UPWARD CHAIN - Character  four/five bedroomed Grade II period residence • Gas fired central heating; Elevated position enjoying superb far-reaching views • Main House – Three reception rooms; Breakfast kitchen; Two bathrooms & shower room • Ancillary with separate access – Hallway; Living kitchen; Side hallway; Wet room; Bedroom • Large driveway leading to garage; Courtyard garden area and lawned area with shed










Offers around : £215,000 • Three bedroomed semi-detached property - Potential to further extend • Gas central heating; Sealed unit double glazing; Good sized plot • Sitting room; Dining room; Conservatory; Fitted kitchen with pantry • Side entrance/utility room; Three bedrooms; Family bathroom • Driveway providing ample car parking; Garage; Lawned garden to rear



Price guide : £150,000 to £200,000 • TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION on 8th DECEMBER at THE WHITE HART, MOORWOOD MOOR • Stone built three bedroomed former farmhouse with workshop and two storey barn • Offering superb development potential to incorporate into main house or convert • Convenient access to A38/M1; Driveway; Large garden plot comprised of two lawns • Gas fired central heating; Sealed unit uPVC double glazing – Viewing recommended


£625 PCM




£170,000 to £230,000 • Four bedroom three storey end town house; Exclusive gated development • Top 5% Energy efficient rating; High building/internal specification • Substantial financial incentives; carpets/floor covering throughout • Entrance hallway; L-shaped sitting room; L-shaped dining kitchen • Guests' cloakroom; Two en-suites; Bathroom; Patio garden; Parking space


Offers around : £315,000 • NO UPWARD CHAIN - Four bedroomed detached property with driveway and garage • Gas fired central heating; Sealed unit uPVC double glazing; Reception hallway • Guest cloakroom; Lounge; uPVC conservatory; Well-appointed dining kitchen • Bedrooms one and two both with built-in wardrobes; Contemporary family bathroom • Foregarden with trees and borders; Rear garden with paved patio area and views


Offers around : £325,000 • Character Grade II Listed four bedroomed former coach house • L-shaped lounge; Breakfast kitchen; Two ground floor bedrooms • Ground floor bathroom; Two further bedrooms to first floor • Driveway/courtyard providing off-street parking/patio area • Large garage/workshop; Village location - Viewing recommended


Offers around : £329,950 • Four bedroomed detached property enjoying countryside views • Gas fired central heating; Sealed unit uPVC double glazing; Hallway • Guest cloakroom; Lounge with views; Dining room; Breakfast kitchen • Utility room; Bedroom one with en-suite; Family bathroom • Landscaped garden having decked patio with views; Driveway; Garage

£650 PCM



£550 PCM

£395 PCM

• Modernised three bedroom traditional terraced property

• A recently refurbished three bedroom three storey cottage

• Two bedroomed end of terrace property; Walking distance of Wirksworth

• Located within the centre of Matlock – Second floor two bedroom apartment

• Gas fired central heating; uPVC double glazing; Entrance hall • Sitting room; Dining room; Kitchen; Two double bedrooms • One single bedroom; Family bathroom; Enclosed paved garden • Outside store;Viewing recommended; Employed only. No smokers/dogs

• Gas fired central heating; Sealed unit double glazing; Foregarden • Parking to front; Rear courtyard; Spacious sitting room; Dining kitchen • Two bedrooms to first floor; Bathroom; Double bedroom to second floor  • Close to Hall Leys Park & Matlock; Employed only. No smokers/dogs

• Gas fired central heating; Sealed unit double glazing; Entrance hallway • Well-proportioned living room and fitted kitchen; First floor bathroom • Front low maintenance paved foregarden which overlooks the green • Rear paved patio garden with views; Employed only. No smokers/dogs

• Communal entrance with stairs to second floor; Entrance hall to apartment • Open plan living room/kitchen; Two double bedrooms; Shower room • Walking distance of bus and train stations; Supermarkets; Bakery; Butchers etc • Prominent position - Unfurnished. Employed only. No smokers/dogs

39 Dale Road, Matlock 01629 584591; 37 St. John’s Street, Wirksworth 01629 823489 Also at: Ashbourne; Burton upon Trent; Derby; Tutbury; Uttoxeter

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Great Longstone, Derbyshire

Grindleford, Hope Valley, Derbyshire

A fine family home with commanding views set in lovely grounds and gardens extending to approximately one acre situated on the edge of the sought-after Peak District village of Great Longstone.

An immaculate stone built house in an enviable elevated position with wonderful views down the Hope Valley towards Chatsworth.

Entrance hall; two reception rooms; kitchen/breakfast room; six bedrooms; four bathrooms; utility room; scullery; cloakroom; off-road parking; tandem garage; extensive gardens; vegetable garden; woodland; 10 acres of pasture land subject to an Agricultural Tenancy. EPC rating - E.

Entrance hall; three reception rooms; kitchen/breakfast room; garden room; five bedrooms; three bath/shower rooms; guest suite/gym with en-suite shower room above garage 1; office/store above garage 2; extensive off-road parking; two double garages; landscaped gardens; terrace. EPC rating - E.

Guide price: £1,150,000 (subject to contract). Viewing: By appointment with Caudwell & Co. on 01629 810018.

Guide price: £1,100,000 (subject to contract). Viewing: By appointment with Caudwell & Co. on 01629 810018.



Eyam, Hope Valley, Derbyshire

Over Haddon, Bakewell, Derbyshire

A former 16th century coaching inn which has been converted to offer a well-presented, spacious family home with the benefit of a flexible annexe situated in the popular Peak District village of Eyam.

A well-presented stone built house on the edge of this popular Peak District village close to the market town of Bakewell.

Entrance hall; sitting room; dining room; kitchen; snug; four bedrooms; family bathroom; separate W.C.; annexe comprising utility room, shower room and large office/guest room; off-road parking for at least one car; pretty garden. EPC rating - E.

Entrance lobby; hallway; sitting room; dining room; kitchen/breakfast room; master bedroom with en-suite shower room; three further double bedrooms; family bathroom; offroad parking; stone terrace; lawned garden. EPC rating – E.

Guide price: £499,950 (subject to contract). Viewing: By appointment with Caudwell & Co. on 01629 810018.

Guide price: £495,000 (subject to contract). Viewing: By appointment with Caudwell & Co. on 01629 810018.

Rutland Square, Buxton Road, Bakewell DE45 1BZ •Tel: 01629 810018 •Fax: 01629 810044 Email: •

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BY PUBLIC AUCTION (unless previously sold) ON THURSDAY 17 NOVEMBER 2016 AT 7PM PROMPT AT THE MINERS STANDARD, WINSTER, DERBYSHIRE, DE4 2DR On behalf of Mid Derbyshire Methodist Circuit


Price guide: £125,000 to £150,000


Ref: 8774

Vendor Solicitors: Andrew Macbeth Cash & Co of Wirksworth Viewing: Via the Auctioneers Matlock Office 01629 580228 For further details visit


AN ATTRACTIVE AND SUBSTANTIAL STONE BUILT PERIOD RESIDENCE PROVIDING WELL-PRESENTED AND SPACIOUS FOUR BEDROOM ACCOMMODATION, RETAINING ELEGANT CHARACTER AND ENJOYING FINE VIEWS ACROSS THE DERWENT VALLEY. An internal inspection is strongly recommended to fully appreciate the well balanced proportion internally, which is also complemented externally by good gardens, garaging and off-street parking. Many original and impressive features are retained throughout the accommodation which is wellappointed through a programme of recent updating and refurbishment. UNEXPECTEDLY RETURNED TO MARKET Ref: 5178

EPC Rating: F






A DECEPTIVELY SPACIOUS THREE BEDROOM DETACHED BUNGALOW STANDING WITHIN A SOUTHERLY PLOT TAKING IN VIEWS IN THE DISTANCE AND BEING PRESENTED TO A PLEASING STANDARD THROUGHOUT. With the accommodation briefly comprising front entrance porch, entrance hallway, fitted kitchen to include integral appliances, pantry store, side entrance lobby, living room, conservatory, three bedrooms and shower room. With gas-fired central heating, uPVC double glazing and standing within a larger than average plot with generous frontage providing parking and single garage and to the rear, south facing enclosed gardens being able to take in hilltop views in the distance. NO CHAIN. EPC Rating: tbc

Ref: 9018

DARLEY DALE £145,000





A QUITE UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE THIS SUPERIOR THREE BEDROOMED DETACHED PROPERTY, TAKING IN THE MOST STUNNING VIEWS OVER THE DERWENT VALLEY AND BEING PRESENTED TO A HIGH STANDARD THROUGHOUT. NUMEROUS CHARACTERFUL FEATURES HAVE BEEN RETAINED, SET IN OVER AN ACRE OF GARDEN WITH THE ADDITION OF APPROXIMATELY 2.75 ACRES OF GENTLY SLOPING PADDOCKS. The property has been fully refurbished and extended to offer flexible and modern living accommodation. Oozing class from the broad entrance hallway with decorative Amtico flooring that leads to all principal ground and first floor rooms that have been tastefully restored by the current occupiers to blend modern day conveniences such as fitted living dining kitchen to include integral appliances, ground and first floor shower and bathroom facilities together with exposed natural stone fireplaces to include stoves to the living dining kitchen and lounge, beam work, Suffolk latch doors and other such historic charms on display throughout the property. With ample parking via a forecourt area off which is a modern single garage and outbuildings include wood/coal store, twin stable block and detached two storey former farm building, currently being utilised for storage and workshop purposes but, subject to the necessary planning consents, could convert easily to additional living accommodation. EPC Rating: tbc

Matlock: 01629 580228 Ashbourne: 01335 346246 Chesterfield: 01246 209950

Ref: 9023

A THREE STOREY, TWO BEDROOM TERRACED PROPERTY SITUATED IN A CONVENIENT LOCATION. Presented to a pleasing and modern standard throughout. Kitchen with integral appliances, bathroom with white sanitary ware, low maintenance plot with front and rear gardens and off-street parking area. Viewing highly recommended. NO CHAIN.

EPC Rating: D

Ref: 9014

A MODERN THREE BEDROOMED SEMI-DETACHED PROPERTY, HAVING RECENTLY UNDERGONE REDECORATION THROUGHOUT BUT WITH SCOPE TO COSMETICALLY IMPROVE, SITED WITHIN A CONVENIENT EDGE OF TOWN LOCATION HAVING FRONT AND REAR GARDENS, PARKING AND SINGLE GARAGE. The accommodation briefly comprises entrance hallway, living thru dining room and fitted kitchen to include integral appliances. Off the first floor landing are three bedrooms and bathroom. Having gas fired central heating, uPVC double glazing and sitting within a manageable plot being able to take advantage of countryside views over the valley. NO CHAIN.

EPC Rating: tbc

Ref: 9025

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Local Cinema


Tansley Film will be showing “The Dressmaker” (Certificate 12A) in Tansley Village Hall on Tuesday 1st November. Award winning actress; Kate Winslet stars as a glamorous woman who returns to her small town in rural Australia. With her sewing machine and haute couture fashion expertise, she transforms the women and exacts sweet revenge on those who did her wrong. Screening of the film starts at 7.30pm in Tansley Village Hall. Each film is always shown on the first Tuesday of every month. Refreshments are available from 7pm. No membership is required. The cosy cinema has comfortable, upholstered seats, high definition projection on a 3.5 metre screen and clear, rich sound. Tickets are £4 at the door or £20 for any seven films of your choice with our Free Choice card on sale at our cinema. Advance booking is essential – email or phone 01629 584243 / 07748 545287. See more information and full details of our programme at and on Facebook or pick up a programme leaflet from Tansley Village Hall and other outlets including Charlie’s Cakery in Matlock Green. CALVER FILM – SELMA 10th NOVEMBER Calver Film has now started

their new programme with a new Blu-ray projector and extra large screen with an

up-to-date sound system making the viewing much easier and entertaining. Calver Film will be showing ‘Selma’ and is held at the Village Hall, Calver starting at 7.30pm. The story of Dr Martin Luther King Jr’s historic struggle to secure voting rights for all people. This dangerous and terrifying campaign culminates with the epic march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. It led to President Johnson signing the Voting Rights Act of 1965. King is superbly played by David Oyelowo with Tom Wilkinson as President Lyndon B. Johnson. Charity of the Month: Helen’s Trust. Calver Film is a membership only club subscription is £20 for the season which includes discount for Live and Local events. Guests can attend at £5 per person. For further details Denise Hall 01433 630760. CASTLETON CINEMA CLUB 5th NOVEMBER ‘BRIDGE OF SPIES’ Castleton Cinema Club will

be showing ‘Bridge of Spies’ starring Tom Hanks, at 7.30pm. When Gary Powers was shot down by the Russians and accused of spying for the USA, the Americans sent a New York lawyer to try and get his release. This film (which received many award nominations) tells this story. Directed by Steven Spielberg, this film must surely be a hit. Castleton Cinema is part of Peveril Players and is for the benefit of our

community, so why not take the advantage of a night out where you can meet friends and neighbours? Tea, coffee and soft drink are available free of charge, (a small donation is welcome), or why not bring your own bottle, (glasses provided)? Entrance fee for members is still a nominal £2-00 and for visitors £5-00. To be sure of a seat make your reservation by calling me on 01433 621058 or at







Tel: 01246 520712 or 01623 629219 or 07966 445452 / 3




Sunday 30th October and Sunday 27th November 9.00am to 3.00pm

Bakewell Town Hall Film will be showing Spirit of ‘45. Ken Loach’s documentary, sponsored screening by the Bakewell Branch Labour Party. In the Court Room Gallery, Bakewell Town Hall. 7.30pm. £5. Snacks and a licensed bar. Further details f r o m www.bakbakewelltownhall.c or by calling Helen on 01629 810152. BAKEWELL TOWN HALL FILM 27th OCTOBER

Bakewell Town Hall Film will be showing ‘High Rise’, Ben Wheatley’s adaptation of classic JG Ballard’s distopian tower block tale, starring Tom Hiddlestone, Jeremy Irons, Enzo Cilenti and Sienna Miller. In the Court Room Gallery, Bakewell Town Hall. Doors open 7.15pm, 7.30pm. £5. Snacks and a licensed bar. Further details from www.bakbakewelltownhall.c or by calling Helen on 01629 810152.

Head on over to Bolsover Castle this SHOCKtober half term where there are events to suit all types of families and keep the kids well and truly entertained, whatever the weather! For the little ones, there’s ‘Tricks and Tonics’ – make your own magic potion to take home and show off your spooktacular costumes and frighten the fearless staff! (Mon 24 – Sun 30 Oct, 11am– 4pm) Bring your slightly older children (over 10s) to an evening event that’s not for

the faint hearted! ‘Creepy Castle at Night’ has deadly deeds and freaky fun around every corner as residents past and present invite you into a terrifying world to make you jump, scream and run for your life! (Fri 28 – Sat 29 Oct, 6–10pm). There’s even something for adults too! Join an adult only ‘Ghost Tour’ and hear tales of dark deeds, ghostly apparitions and scary happenings. What’s the story behind the bullet mark in the Riding School door? Who’s the woman still haunting the Little


Bakewell Bowls Club are celebrating after winning the Matlock Thursday crown green bowls league Division 2. It turned out to be a tense end to the season. Bakewell, having been top of the league for most of the season, went into the last match second place 3 points behind Parwich. However, with an excellent last match performance, they managed to claw back 6 points to finish top by 3 points. Next season they face the challenge of Division 1. New members are always


welcome and for newcomers to the game next year they will be doing beginners lessons. Anyone interested phone 07971 883918.

Castle today? Scare yourself silly as the storytelling guide walks you around the spinechilling Castle! (Mon 31 Oct, 6pm, 8pm & 10.30pm; Sat 26 Nov, 6pm, 8pm & 10.30pm) For more information visit the Events page at w w w . e n g l i s h

1000s of fantastic antiques, vintage and collectables. Including jewellery, glass, ceramics, fashion, artworks, decorative items and much more.

Admission £2.00 Concessions £1.50 Accompanied under 16s free 50+ stalls. A few still available. ALL PRICES INCLUDE PARKING More info at: or Tel. 07973 481578





DANCING TO ALL SORTS OF GREAT MODERN MUSIC! STARTS WEDNESDAY 9 NOVEMBER 7.15 to 8.15 pm IMPERIAL ROOMS, MATLOCK £5.00 u/18s £2.50 Please contact Steve 01629 636386

TRICKS & TONICS Sat 22 – Fri 28 October 11am – 4pm Create thrilling tricks and tasty tonics this half term.

The lucky winners drawn out of the hat in our recent book competition were Mrs C. Noble, Chesterfield, J. Smedley, Bonsall and J. Shimwell, Youlgrave. They all win a copy of Bygone Industries of the Peak.

AQUABOX RESPONDS TO HELP HURRICANE Greenaway MATTHEW VICTIMS IN HAITI At least 900 people are feared to have died in Haiti in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, tens of thousands of homes have been destroyed and 350,000 people are in need of aid, according to the Haiti Government. Cholera is a major problem as sewage and floodwaters mix, with several deaths already reported. There is an immediate requirement for clean drinking water. Aquabox has responded by readying a shipment of 18 Aquafilter Community Units. Each one has a capacity of 360 litres/hour and with a life of at least 1 million litres, this gives at least 18 million litres of clean drinking water. Working with our Rotary sister charity, The Roll Out Barrel (ROTB) Trust, which has secured more water filtration equipment, the consignment will be put together at the Aquabox depot. Shipping is of course paramount and a route has been found to get the filters to Haiti within days. Aquabox and The ROTB Trust are jointly financing the first leg of the journey to the USA. Our aid partner, Humanity

Workshop Needs Help

First (Canada), has a factfinding mission on the ground in Haiti to ascertain what is most urgently needed. We have 500 Aquabox aid boxes on standby which we have offered to Humanity First. We urgently need your help to be able to fund the shipment of the Community filters and

the aid boxes if required. Please help Aquabox send the aid so desperately needed in Haiti. You can donate online via website at or at x or by post to Aquabox, PO Box 5398, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 4ZP. Thank you.

Greenaway, a local charity which helps people with long term health problems, needs volunteers. We would like help from people with the relevant skills, experience and time, to expand our trustee board and/or support the workshop activities. We would be especially pleased to hear from those who have a range of skills including: General office and clerical work, including taking minutes Cash book accounting Social media and website knowledge Fund raising Helping workshop members with restoration of rush and cane chairs Come and join a wonderful group of people doing a worthwhile job. Contact the workshop on 01629 734089 and talk to Rachael our manager E m a i l or see our website

Bolsover, Derbyshire S44 6PR

The English Heritage Trust is a charity, no. 1140351, and a company, no. 07447221, registered in England.

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Church Street, Monyash, Nr. Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1JH Tel: 01629 812372

Christmas 2016

Luncheon Special

Christmas Fayre


WATERCRESS SOUP with parmesan crisps CHICKEN LIVER AND THYME PARFAIT with toasted French bread and onion chutney CRAYFISH AND AVOCADO COCKTAIL with lemon mayonnaise PEAR AND BLUE CHEESE TART in a walnut pastry case SCALLOPS WITH MANGO SALAD DESIGNER CREAMY GARLIC MUSHROOMS served on toasted ciabatta




ROAST TURKEY served with traditional accompaniments ROAST TOPSIDE OF BEEF with a mulled wine gravy and horseradish Yorkshire pudding LAMB SHANK TAGINE slow-cooked with warm Moroccan spices and couscous PORK FILLET with a calvados, mustard and mushroom cream sauce VENISON BOURGUIGNON served with a parsley dumpling SEABASS FILLETS stuffed with cranberry, almond and allspice CHESTNUT AND SHALLOT TATINS with a mushroom and Madeira sauce


Wishing all our customers and friends a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year


£25.00 We require at least two days notice for confirmation of numbers and pre-order of meals. A £10 deposit per person is requested upon booking.

MESSY CHURCH OCTOBER 2016 GOD'S BUMPER HARVEST Hello Friends, On a wonderfully sunny autumn afternoon 25 kids plus their carers came along to our latest Messy Church event which was themed around the well known parable from the Gospel of Matthew 13:1 to 23 The Parable of the Sower. On arrival everyone was offered a drink and biscuits before Rev Colin told the children about today’s Messy Church and the activities which would take place. The children had a busy session ahead of them. They could make up their own pizza with fresh produce with June, Lyn and Jean. Bobbing for apples was supervised by Geoff and Rev Keith. The children could make a novelty smiley cress planter with Zania. Dorothy and Jane were making collage gardens, using potting compost, sand, gravel and a selection of seeds to tell the story of the sower. On top of that the children could make a booklet in which they could thank God for anything they wished (family, friends, flowers, pets and rainbows were just a few things that were chosen by them). The children decorated these booklets with various stickers and colouring in. At our last Messy Church the children made mugs. These mugs have been glazed and

fired and were handed out to everyone during today’s event. After crafts, everyone went into the Chapel for worship time. The older children performed a short play based on the parable of the sower after which Rev Richard explained the meaning of the story. Action songs followed before Messy Grace was said and everyone made their way into the Brunswick Room where, to the credit of the catering team, each person was given their pizza which they had prepared earlier. The pizzas were accompanied by salad and chips with a selection of mini cupcakes for pudding. We look forward to our next Messy Church event which will be held on Wednesday 30th November. Over the Harvest period let us not only thank God for providing us with food, weather and fertile soil to produce it but also for all the

other good gifts.He gives us that can be seen and those which are unseen. Through his creation we can glimpse his many qualities. We can see that God is in control, that he is a God of justice and order, he is thoughtful, patient and also he is all powerful to name but a few. Most importantly he is a God who loves each and everyone of us in the world with equal measure. Because of our own

weaknesses we cannot get close to him to love him but he through God the son and God the Spirit comes down to love us. Today's world is increasingly turning away from God and watering down his word to justify lifestyles and weakness. Everything in our lives wealth, happiness, health and even our families, the things we hold most dear we can live without (although it would be an unhappy place to be) but if God did not love us and we could not have a relationship with him we would have no hope and no future. Finally let us pray that Tansley's Messy Church continues to sow seeds in the future and that those seeds grow and grow to make a bumper Harvest for God.

With every blessing Tansley Messy Church Team

PEAK TAXIS Richard Pawley 07927 367271 Taking pride in providing a reliable service at competitive rates Small or large groups catered for using our 8 seater minibus Ideal for airport runs, nights out etc. Please call for a quote

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Great Longstone, near Bakewell Open seven days a week, booking advisable.

Christmas LUNCH MENU


1st – 23rd December 2016

1st – 23rd December 2016

Soup of the Day Topped with Crispy Croutons

Soup of the Day topped with Crispy Croutons

Platter of Melon with Strawberries and Balsamic Syrup

Smoked Mackerel, Grape and Cream Cheese Pâté with Melba Toast

Pork and Cranberry Terrine with Cider Apple Chutney

Salad of Figs, Goats Cheese and Olive with Walnut Vinaigrette

Creamy Garlic Mushrooms topped with Peakland Blue Cheese and Dressed Salad Leaves

Pork and Cranberry Terrine with a Cider Apple Chutney and Toasted Ciabatta


Roast Free-range Derbyshire Turkey with Sage and Onion Stuffing, Sausage and Bacon Roll

Platter of Melon with Strawberries and Balsamic Syrup Derbyshire Reared Breast of Turkey with Smoked Bacon Chipolatas, Chestnut and Apricot Stuffing and Gravy

Roasted Butternut Squash and Chestnut Risotto

Sirloin Steak with Rich Beef Red Wine Sauce and Croquet Potatoes

All the above served with Roast and Duchess Potatoes, Roasted Parsnips, and Vegetables


Christmas pudding with Brandy Sauce

Oven Baked Fillet of Salmon on a Bed of Creamed Leeks and Wilted Spinach Poached Breast of Chicken with an Orange, Thyme and Dijon Mustard Sauce

Chocolate Cappuccino Mousse

Wild Mushroom and Butternut Squash Risotto with Parmesan Shavings and Truffle Oil

Dairy Ice Cream with Fruits of the Forest Compote

All the above served with Vegetables and Potatoes


Baileys Toffee Cheesecake Coffee and Mince Pies Three Courses £17.50 per person



Food service times: Mon - Fri, 12-2:30pm & 6-9pm | Sat 12-9pm | Sun 12-8pm


Two-course llunch £11 £11.50 50 orPancetta, th three courses £15 | (v) M Mon Sat, t 12 12-2pm 2 Pea & Smoked HamhSoup, Crispy Warm Bread, Butter (GF &- S V available) Smoked Salmon wrapped Poached Egg, Filo Pastry, Lemon Hollandaise Mini Venison Bourguignon Pie, Roast Onion, Pea Puree Goats Cheese & Potato Terrine, Red Onion Marmalade, Dressed Rocket (v) (GF) Warm Breads, Marinated Olives, Balsamic Vinegar, Rapeseed Oil, Butter (GF available)


Oven Baked Fillet Salmon on a Bed of Creamed Leeks

Roast Topside of Beef, Yorkshire pudding

Christmas Party


Traditional Christmas pudding with Brandy Sauce Dairy Ice Cream with Fruits of the Forest Compote Toffee Cheesecake topped with Homemade Honeycomb English Cheese Platter with Celery, Grapes and Biscuits


Trio of Alison House Desserts Coffee and Mints Four Courses £21.95

For Parties of six or more a pre–order is required and a none refundable deposit of £10 per person

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Mains Roast Turkey Breast, Pigs in Blankets, Roast Potatoes, Sage & Walnut Stuffing Served with Cranberry Sauce & Seasonal Vegetables (GF available)

Braised Belly Pork, Cider Fondant Potato, Creamy Savoy Cabbage, Braising Liquor (GF) Cherry Tomato & Basil Gnocchi, Sautéed Courgettes & Peppers (v) Oven Baked Smoked Haddock Nicoise, Green Beans, New Potatoes, Sundried Tomatoes, Baby Gem, Hard Boiled Egg, Olives, Lemon Dressing (GF) Flatbread Pizza - Turkey, Sausage, Bacon, Smoked Lancashire & Parmesan, Cranberry Sauce Roast Topside of Beef, Roast Potatoes, Yorkshire Pudding Served with Horseradish Sauce & Seasonal Vegetables (GF available)


Christmas Pudding, Brandy Crème Anglaise, Red Berries Baileys, Dark Chocolate & Caramel Tart, Pouring Cream Banoffee Roulade, Vanilla Ice Cream (GF) Selection of Hope Valley Ice Cream (3 scoops) (GF) an extensive cocktail menu - perfect 3 Piece Cheese Board (GF – Gluten Free)

2 Courses

Includes £16.95 Now for summer Coffeeserving and 3 Courses Mini £19.95 HAPPY IT’S OUR 6TH BIRTHDAY! Evenings and Mince Pies HOUR weekends We’d love you to join Greg, Libby and the team for drinks, canapés and cake to say thank you for supporting us. Thursday 11th August, 6pm onwards


Also available Monday - Friday 12-2pm – 2 Courses £14.50 / 3 Courses £17.50 @WhiteLionGtLong @ Whit Li GtL

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Available Thursday 1st – Wednesday 28th (inc.) December 2016. Tables of 10 or more. £10 Deposit per person required (non refundable if cancelled less than 24hrs prior to event).

The White Lion, |Main Street, Great Longstone, Derbyshire, DE45 1TA Main Street Great Longstone | Bakewell | DE45 1TA 01629 640 252 | 01629 640 252

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After making more than 280  twiddlemuffs for people with dementia and having distributed them throughout Derbyshire and beyond, the ladies at Stitch, Knit & Natter are having a little rest from these but  have already started their new project for 2016/2017 which will be quilts for Project Linus.  There have been  some changes in the group so let me introduce you to Jane and Carol who will be taking over the running of the group in the future.  Contact numbers are :- Jane 01629 760599  and Carol    07581 530544.  The group will still meet every Thursday 2-4 pm  at

the Whitworth Centre and you will  still  always be assured of a warm welcome. May I take this opportunity of thanking all the ladies at Stitch, Knit & Natter, Darley Dale for their unswerving support over the 7+ years with all the projects we have pursued from twiddlemuffs, quilts for Project Linus, fish and chip baby knitted vests for the Gambia, dresses and shorts for Africa,  Teddies for tragedies, teddies for Air Ambulance and thousands of knitted poppies for the Royal British Legion, and so much more.  I wish you all my love and best wishes for Marilyn the future.




NEW MENU NOW AVAILABLE, SEE IT ON: hopevalleypizza Tuesday-Sunday 5.30pm-11.30pm

Established for over 20 years Based at Calver

Tel: 01433 631706

Menu available throughout December (until 24th) 12 noon to 6pm Pre-booking essential Bring your own wine ~ Relaxed environment Small and large parties catered for... private or business Please ring to discuss needs

STARTERS Mackerel Fillet, served on a bed of braised cabbage, with pine nuts and a white wine and saffron sauce Spiced Root Soup, a rich and earthy soup, topped with crispy onions, served with rustic bread Smoked Duck Breast, served on a herb infused tabouleh, with a drizzle of homemade smoky bbq sauce Autumn Pheasant Terrine, layered with Bacon and herbs, traditionally served with rustic brown bread and homemade chutneys



Christmas Menu

2 courses £15.95 ~ 3 courses £19.95


Friday 11th November 7.30pm St Lawrence Church, Eyam 2016 is the centenary of The men of Eyam who gave their Battle of The Somme and it lives for their country. is an appropriate time to The performance begins repeat the commemorative at 7.30pm and lasts about 90 event held two years ago minutes. Refreshments will when we remembered the be served afterwards in The outbreak of the 1st World Church Centre. War. There are no tickets for Through songs, images our events and no charge of war, poems and a all are welcome to attend. narrative we will remember You may wish to make a some of the events of that donation to The Royal time and especially those British Legion.

Pan-Fried Turkey Breast, served with seasonal trimmings, a hazelnut and apricot stuffing and fresh cranberry jus Poached Lemon Sole, served on bed of sauteed potatoes, leeks and kale with a chive beurre blanc Chestnut and Shallot Tatin, served with seasonal trimmings and a wild mushroom and madeira sauce Chicken Breast, stuffed with haggis, served with a fondant potato with a whiskey, cream and green peppercorn sauce

DESSERTS Traditional Christmas Pudding, served homemade brandy sauce Pavlova, homemade sticky meringue, with berry compote and chantilly cream St Clements lemon cheesecake, layered with orange, topped with caramelised lemon, with an orange syrup Chocolate Terrine, served with raspberry coulis and clotted cream

Middleton-by-Youlgreave, near Bakewell

Packhorse Inn Little Longstone



Available through the festive season alongside our regular menu


Lunch Menu Monday-Saturday 12.00-2.00pm


2 Courses £14 ~ 3 Courses £17 Selection of dishes from the chargrill from £11


Afternoon Tea Served 3.00pm-5.00pm daily

All served with roast potatoes, braised red cabbage, sprouts and all the trimmings WILD MUSHROOM AND PORT BRIOCHE (V) £10 CHRISTMAS HAM WITH CUMBERLAND SAUCE £10 TRADITIONAL ROAST TURKEY £11 LOCALLY SOURCED GAME PIE £12

Sunday Lunch Served 12 noon-2.00pm


Full Afternoon Tea for Two £20

2 Courses £15 ~ 3 Courses £18 including tea or coffee


Dinner Menu Served daily 6.30pm-8.00pm

Enjoy the freedom to choose the number of courses and different dishes from all our menus

A good selection of local ales plus an interesting well priced wine list

Booking recommended and pre-orders required on tables of 15 or more

TEL: 01629 640 471

Four Course Dinner Menu £25 Including our famous cheeseboard

Booking is always advisable For reservations please call 01298 84451

See our website for all new menus, wine and drinks lists

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Queen Anne Inn Great Hucklow SK17 8RF

Delicious Home Cooked Food Real Ale and Guest Beer Delicious SUnday Roast 2 Course Special Lunch £8.95 EVERYONE WELCOME Closed all day Mondays


• Lovely rear garden • Log fires • Free fibre optic wi-fi


01298 871246 |

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Letter from HM Queen

to the Children and Villagers of Starkholmes Village



The Druid Inn

Main Street . Birchover . Matlock . DE4 2BL . Tel: 01629 653836

Available from Thursday 1st December until Saturday 24th inclusive

Christmas Lunch

Christmas Dinner

THREE COURSES £16 (Booked Tables only. Deposit of £5 per person)

FIVE COURSES £22 (Booked Tables only. Deposit of £5 per person)


Amuse Bouche SMOKED SALMON Truffled Potato, Caviar, Fromage Blanc, Lemon Or PEPPER BRUCHETTA (V) Toasted Vacheran, Winter Slaw

Starters CHICKEN LIVER PARFAIT Fig Relish, Ham Crackling, Brioche

SALMON COULIBAC Spinach, Pomme Fondant, Beetroot Sauce

SEAFOOD FESTIVE RUEBEN COCKTAIL Grapefruit, Avocado, Toast BUTTERNUT and BLUE CHEESE TART (V) Charred Leek Vinaigrette, Rocket


POTATO, BLUE CHEESE and SPINACH RICOTTA (V) Pomme Fondant, Sprout Gratin, Toffee Parsnips, Caramelised Carrots

ROASTED TURKEY BREAST Bacon, Stuffing, Pomme Fondant, Sprout Gratin, Toffee Parsnips, Caramelised Carrots, Bread Sauce


POTATO, BLUE CHEESE and SPINACH RICOTTA (V) Pomme Fondant, Sprout Gratin, Toffee Parsnips, Caramelised Carrots

CHOCOLATE and MINCEMEAT TART Brandy Sauce, Christmas Pudding Ice Cream FESTIVE CHEESE BOARD With Crackers, Relish and Apple

Telephone 01335 350246 The Dawson Family welcome you to the Coach & Horses where you can be sure of a warm welcome, good home-cooked food and an excellent selection of cask ales and fine wines.

• Local cask ales • Variety of guest ales • 3-4 house wines in addition to our extensive wine list. • Wide range of home-cooked food All our dishes are locally sourced wherever possible

• Over thirty years' experience • Large selection of Malt Whiskies

Froggatt Edge, Hope Valley, S32 3ZJ – 01433 630231

Please call Ellie on 01298 84528 or email



The Chequers Inn

£45 per head to be paid for on booking

ROASTED TURKEY BREAST Bacon, Stuffing, Pomme Fondant, Sprout Gratin, Toffee Parsnips, Caramelised Carrots, Bread Sauce

Coach and Horses


with special guest paul grundle ~ the magician!

BUTTERNUT and BLUE CHEESE TART (V) Charred Leek Vinaigrette, Rocket

Walk in or book a table on 01629 815668 or on – Fully Licensed

Christmas New Year




So we thought it only right that we should send on the birthday cards, and an outline of the celebrations, to the Queen at Buckingham Palace.” “We are proud that the Queen has acknowledged our birthday celebrations, and that she has written back to thank everyone for their efforts. She particularly referred to the birthday cards, and I am sure that all the children will be absolutely delighted”.

Baslow: 01246 583307 Mobile: 07710 867724

CHICKEN LIVER PARFAIT Fig Relish, Ham Crackling, Brioche

Cafe, cycle hire, bookshop and gifts on the scenic Monsal Trail, 1 mile north of Bakewell

SALMON COULIBAC Spinach, Pomme Fondant, Beetroot Sauce

Desserts CHOCOLATE and MINCEMEAT TART Brandy Sauce, Christmas Pudding, Ice Cream FESTIVE CHEESE BOARD With Crackers, Relish and Apple ***** Coffee/Tea, Mince Pies

As part of the Fun Day event celebrating the Queen's 90th birthday in June, an Art Competition for the children of Starkholmes was held. The Queen has now written to organisers thanking them for the celebrations, and the children and villagers for the birthday cards. The Organiser of the Art Competition, Brenda Wheatley said “The Children of St Giles School and Starkholmes Brownies, were very keen to make the drawings and paintings and we filled a couple of walls at the Village Hall on Fun Day with them.” “They were all birthday cards for the Queen who had just had a special day - her 90th birthday, and the whole Fun Day was dedicated to the Queen and her 90th birthday.


Our annual Charity Fun Fashion Show was held at Masson Mills, Matlock Bath on the 6th October. The amateur models performed admirably on the cat walk and displayed a fine collection of daywear and evening wear. Afterwards there was a ‘speed raffle’ with lots of prizes, followed by discounted shopping. Andrew, our presenter, did a superb job and made the whole evening entertaining and great fun. The Bakewell and District Branch of Guide Dogs for the Blind would like to extend a very big thank you to the management and staff at Masson Mills for hosting the fashion show and to all those who attended. We are pleased to announce that the sum of £542 was raised and this amount will go towards the breeding and training of new guide dogs. These marvellous dogs help blind and visually impaired people to enjoy a much more independent lifestyle. Many thanks once again to everyone who helped to make this a most pleasant evening.

Christmas Menu 2 courses and coffee - £22 3 courses and coffee - £27 From Thursday 1st December to Saturday 24th December

Starters Celeriac soup, Jerusalem artichoke crisp, truffle oil High Peak ham hock croquette, black pudding, burnt apple puree, kale, cranberry gel South coast white crab, compressed watermelon, cucumber ketchup Beetroot pearl barley, horseradish tuile, sprout leaves, clementine gel

Mains Breast of turkey, confit leg, honey and thyme root vegetables, duck fat roasties, buttered sprouts, pig in blanket, roasting gravy Loin of cod, pickled cockles, creamed parsnip mash, roasted butternut squash, samphire and walnut pesto Slow braised short rib of Derbyshire beef, fondant potato, Savoy cabbage, salsify, Madeira jus Chestnut pappardelle, roast chestnut, cavelo nero cabbage, Parmesan and cream cheese

Pudding Traditional homemade Christmas pudding, brandy sauce, cranberries All spice pannacotta, mulled wine gel, satsuma and poppy seed shortbread White chocolate and cranberry bread and butter pudding, custard and mince pie ice cream Selection of local cheeses, tracklement and biscuits

To finish Freshly brewed coffee and Christmas pastry

Boxing Day 2 courses and coffee £24 3 courses and coffee £29 12 noon until 4pm

New Year’s Eve Celebration Dinner £55 per person. Book your table any time between 7pm and 9pm

Burns Night Supper With traditional Scottish Piper Saturday 21st January 2017 - £36 per person

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Market Place Restaurant Cromford

Christmas Party Evening Menu


Four courses £23.95 pp including wine served until 23rd December Chef’s Homemade Roast Parsnip Soup Chicken, Mandarin & Goat's Cheese Salad Garlic Mushroom & Smoked Bacon Bruschetta Prawn & Crayfish Cocktail Homemade Cromford Smokey


Traditional Roast Turkey with all the trimmings Pan-fried Fillet of Seabass served with a Champagne butter sauce Sticky Glazed Ham Hock served on the bone Sweet Chilli Chicken topped with Monterey Jack cheese Sizzling Rib Eye Steak served with a black peppered sauce


Selection of sweets including Christmas pudding Colin Underwood OBE served the Matlock and Bakewell Branch of the RNLI for over twenty years. Colin had acted as branch secretary since 2007. In 2008 Colin and his wife Phyllis, who predeceased him, were both awarded Silver Badges. It was

shortly before his death, in December last year, when Colin learned, that in recognition of his long and devoted service to the Institution, he had been awarded a Gold Badge. The Badge was presented to his family at an award ceremony held in

September at the Mere Hotel, Knutsford. Colin was a highly efficient secretary, a cheerful and friendly face at every event and will be sadly missed by his colleagues in this branch. In his letter of acceptance he re-affirmed his aims to


raise money to save lives at sea. In keeping with this guiding principle he had enquired the cost of providing and inscribing a Gold Badge, with the intention of passing an appropriate donation to the Branch Treasurer. How thoughtful.

Coffee served with chocolates and mince pies

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Telephone: 01629 540448

Christmas Fayre Menu Starters Homemade soup of the day served with warm crusty bread and butter £4.50 Beer battered haggis with a Drambuie and black pepper sauce £7.95 Baked thyme and garlic infused Camembert served with warm crusty bread £7.50 Chilli seasoned calamari with tartare sauce and salad garnish £7.95 Main Courses Slow roasted 21 day aged Daube of beef served in Guinness thyme and bay leaf liquor £15.50 Roast turkey served with cranberry sauce, chipolata sausage, bread sauce, sage and onion stuffing and real ale gravy £13.50 Slow cooked venison and rosemary casserole with parsnip crisps £14.95 Steamed Scottish mussels in a white wine and garlic cream sauce served with warm crusty bread £12.95 Cranberry and pistachio nut roast served with spicy plum chutney £11.95 Desserts Matured Christmas pudding served with brandy sauce Boozy strawberry sherry trifle Double chocolate profiteroles with salted caramel cream Clementine posset with cranberry compote and cinnamon palmiers All desserts £5.50 Coffee and mince pie £5.75 (£1.00 proceed to Brassington charities) Why not add a glass of mulled wine for £5.25

Christmas Eve Dinner

New Years Eve Dinner Prosecco on arrival

Smoked fish terrine served with a light horseradish mousse

To start Island divers king scallops served with curried tempura cauliflower, micro salad with a pesto dressing

Twice baked Hartington stilton and coriander soufflé with an apple and celeriac coleslaw

Pan fried wood pigeon breast with a slow braised red cabbage and shallot tart tatin

Maple roasted pork belly with island divers scallops with a clove and Calvados jus

Twice baked walnut and goats cheese soufflé served with an apple and celeriac coleslaw

Homemade duck liver pate served with an orange and ginger marmalade with sourdough toast

Main Course Fillet of beef wellington served with a white mushroom duxelle and red wine sauce

Champagne sorbet served with Creme du Menthe

Assiette of lamb - braised lambs shoulder roulade, a parsley and oatcake crusted loin and pan fried liver all served with a rosemary and redcurrent jus

7 oz fillet of beef with Café de Paris butter served with a wild mushrooms and Madeira sauce Cannon of Derbyshire lamb served with redcurrant and sherry jus and parsnip crisps

Pan fried smoked loin of cod served with a pea and pancetta risotto

Trio of fillet of baked sole with a dill and vermouth cream sauce

Wild mushroom, blue stilton and thyme filo parcel served with a choux croute

Mushroom wellington served with cognac and cream sauce and with a roasted julienne of beetroot

Desserts Chocolate and Cointreau torte served with a boozy chantilly cream

Desserts White chocolate and raspberry bavarois served with a shortbread biscuit and fruit coulis

Caramelised tarte tatin served with vanilla anglaise

Assiette of lemon cannoli, lemon tart and lemon sorbet

Gateau St Honore with a Sauternes reduction

Almond and pear frangipane tart served with crème anglaise

Strawberry roulade with toasted almonds and raspberry coulis

Cheesecake and nougat terrine with a caramel and nut brittle

Coffee and handmade chocolates

Coffee and handmade chocolates

£60.00 per head Bookings only

£60.00 per head Bookings only

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Lunchtime 12.00 noon-2.30pm | Evening 6.00pm-9.00pm



Pâté and Toast Melon and Mandarin Cocktail Soup of the day Prawn Cocktail


Roast Turkey with traditional trimmings Game Casserole Halibut and Prawn Sauce Vegetarian option All served with roast potatoes, new potatoes and fresh vegetables


Christmas Pudding and Brandy Sauce Choice of others off the board Coffee and Mints

Bookings only ~ £16.50

The Derbyshire Museums & Heritage Forum invited museums or heritage sites to enter one or more categories of the 10th Derbyshire Heritage Awards. One closely contested category was for the ‘Best Volunteer Project’ and the awards were made at a gathering held at Crich Tramway Museum on Friday evening October 7th. The extreme efforts made by volunteers at Heage to get the windmill quickly back in action after wet rot was discovered in the cap structure through TAMA (Trouble at The Mill Appeal) was offered as a candidate for this category. The event was attended by Angela Ward, Chair of the Friends of the windmill, Lynn Allen representing the fundraising team and Alan

Clark, who was one of operations team, both teams being set up to deal with the emergency following the discovery of wet rot in August 2015. Angela reported back, “It was quite nail biting as I

think we were in the most contested category and I believe there may have been 6 or 7 all worthy contenders (but apparently not as worthy as us!) When Andy Potter (Radio Derby) announced the winners as

Heage Windmill I felt so privileged to represent the Friends & Volunteers of the Mill, such an excellent team of hardworking, committed and enthusiastic people who give their time freely to ensure that the "Old Lady" keeps turning for everyone to enjoy and the award was just the icing on the cake after a demanding time getting her better!” She continued by saying, “What a dream team we have at the mill and anyone with any spare time is welcome to come along and join us and be sure of a warm welcome”. The award plaque was accepted from Andy by Lynn Allen and was on display at the Mill over the weekend but will be on permanent display as soon as this can be organised.

On Friday the 4th of Matlock November Storytelling Café present Debs Newbold with “Lost In Blue” in the Imperial Rooms Matlock. A man, deep in a coma, hides out in the bedroom of Vincent Van Gogh while his teenage daughter struggles to understand her part in the accident that put him there. Paintings, pigeon racing

and a family about to implode meet in this vital, gripping story, told using innovative sound technology and gate-crashed by Vincent himself. Moving and funny, “Lost In Blue” is a dynamic fusion of spoken word and performance storytelling created and performed by Debs Newbold, Storyteller for Shakespeare’s Globe,

and directed by John Wright, co-founder of “Told by an Idiot”. 'Lost In Blue' is a spellbinding story for today and Debs has wowed and astonished audiences in Matlock before. This is sure to be a popular night. Make sure you’re there for a night of storytelling like no other. Friday 7th October Tickets cost £7 and can be bought by

calling Storytelling Café on 01629 580023. Or you can pay on the door. Fabulous soup and delicious cakes, teas, coffee etc or BYO booze. The Café is in the Imperial Rooms Matlock DE4 3NL. Doors open at 6.45. Be sitting comfortably by 7.30 and we’ll begin. Matlock Storytelling Café – bringing storytelling back to adult audiences…

Angela Ward (Chair of Friends of the Windmill) left, Lynn Allen who represented fundraisers and Alan Clark, who was from the Operations team during the recent repairs to the windmill




Christmas Day


Three Course Lunch served from 12.00 noon till 2.00pm £60.00 per person Children (under 12) £30.00 (50% deposit required at time of booking)



Three Courses including a glass of red or white wine in the Longstone Restaurant The Christmas Fayre menu is available day and evening, served throughout December (excluding 24th, 25th and 31st)

New Year’s Eve Come and celebrate

Opening Hours



Christmas Fayre

Pre-order your wine and Prosecco £14.95/£18.95

Open daily 8.00am to 11.00pm Food served daily from 12.00 noon

New Year’s Eve

with our

Gala Dinner

Five courses to enjoy whilst you dine away the evening and see in 2017 £30.00 per person

Booking is advisable for these offers. Please call: 01629 640250

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President Anne Needham addressing the meeting Buxton Soroptimists were proud to host the Midland East region "Away Day" at Eyam, the plague village. Region President, Anne Needham is a Buxton member.  Region matters were discussed before a talk about the story of Eyam and the people of the village were compared with the people in

Africa suffering from Ebola. During the 1660's The Plague had reached Eyam, on a bale of cloth from London. The villagers agreed to cut themselves off from the rest of the world, to contain the disease. Soroptimist visitors walked around the village to see the "Plague Cottages" and the church for themselves.


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Eric Taylor is a sage musician, a lyrical genius and a master of the guitar. If you're not familiar with Taylor by name, you've probably heard his songs performed by people such as Nanci Griffith and Lyle Lovett. He has created a multitude of fans and devotees that are legends themselves in the singer/ songwriter realm, artists who have long considered

Taylor to be a teacher and a lantern bearer whose time is long overdue. Eric Taylor simply says, 'I've always had a hard time seeing emyself as a folk singer. I guess I am one'. Doors at The Tea Room, Old Hall Hotel, Hope open at 7.30pm and tickets cost £10. Advance tickets: http://folk As usual any profit made will be donated to charity.

Christmas Festivities at The Maynard

The Manners

Christmas Party Menu STARTERS Smoked bacon salad with a warm stilton dressing and herb croutons Feta, coriander and orange balls, with chilli jam Cream of mushroom and leek soup Smoked haddock and cod fishcakes with garlic mayonnaise and lemon slaw


The perfect place to celebrate Christmas. Whether you want a relaxed meal, to dance the night away, or just escape from the hustle and bustle, we have something for everyone this festive season. Luxury Winter Break £82pp Overnight stay in a standard room, includes 3 course dinner with wine & full derbyshire breakfast Festive Parties Buffet or sit down options available from £16.95pp

Hathersage Brass Band Playing all your festive favourites, Includes pie & pea supper - £18.00pp - 5th, 7th, 12th and 14th December Stunning Seasonal Weddings Packages to suit all wedding styles

Roast Norfolk turkey, with sage and onion stuffing, chipolatas, roast potatoes and cranberry sauce Slow braised beef in red wine, baby onions and herb dumplings. Spinach, mushroom and courgette lasagne, topped with mozzarella Pan roast cod stuffed with lemon and herbs, wrapped in Parma ham on a lemon cream sauce. All main courses served with seasonal vegetables

DESSERT Christmas pudding, rum sauce and Brandy butter Vanilla cheesecake with mixed berry compote Cappuccino creme brulee served with shortbread biscuits Rich chocolate mousse with peanut brittle

THREE COURSES £20 AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT DECEMBER Why not choose The Manners to host your Christmas get together, our set three course menu offers excellent value and there’s always plenty of atmosphere to get the party started. If you don’t fancy a full meal, we will also be offering a selection of christmas nibbles and sharing platters for your group, ideal for after work drinks We will be having live music every Friday through December, from the fantastic Charlie Ludlam. Twilight Christmas party on Sunday 11th December, with live music, BBQ, Santa's grotto and much more

The Maynard, Main Road, Grindleford, S32 2HE Tel: 01433 630321

Our set three course Christmas menu is available throughout December at lunch and dinner for large or small parties.

Please call The Manners 01629 812756 or email The Manners, Haddon Road, Bakewell DE45 1EP | www.facebook/mannersbakewell

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Coming Events The REGULAR EVENTS for MONDAY to WEDNESDAY will feature in each first issue of the month with WEDNESDAY to EVERYDAY in the second issue. All paid Coming Events will feature as agreed. The full list of Events is always available on our website Derbyshire Districts Citizens Advice Bureau. Free, confidential and independent advice for any problem including debt, housing, employment, benefits, consumer, family and relationship. Telephone 0844 375 2712 for appointments/advice (Monday to Friday 10am-4pm. Derbyshire Dales, Matlock Bureau, Town Hall, Matlock. Drop-in and appointments Monday to Friday from 10am–2pm (with a limited service after 2pm). Appointments also available across Derbyshire Dales GP Surgeries in Ashbourne, Bakewell, Darley Dale, Matlock, Winster, Wirksworth and Youlgreave – contact your surgery for details and in Children’s Centres in Ashbourne ( call 01629 533800), Bakewell (call 01629 533673) and Matlock (call 01629 581867). High Peak, Buxton Bureau, 26 Spring Gardens, Buxton. Drop-in Monday 9.30am-2pm and Wednesday 10am-12.00pm, appointments Thursday 10am-2pm. High Peak, Glossop Bureau, 1st Floor Bradbury Community House, Market St, Glossop. Appointments Monday 10am2pm, Drop-in Tuesday 5pm-7pm and Friday 10am-2pm. High Peak, New Mills Bureau, Town Hall, New Mills. Appointments Tuesday 10am-2pm and drop-in Thursday 10am-2pm. Appointments also available at Whaley Bridge Mechanics Institute (call 0844 375 2712) and across High Peak GP Surgeries in Baslow, Buxton, Chapel-enle-Frith, Gamesley, Glossop, Hadfield, Hartington, Hayfield, Hope Valley, New Mills and Tideswell - contact your surgery for details and in Children’s Centres in Chapel-en-le-Frith (call 01629 533680), Fairfield (call 01298 74895), Gamesley (call 01457 728950), Glossop (01629 531232, Hadfield (call 01457 860729), Harpur Hill (call 01298 74101) and New Mills (01629 533000).


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Cubs (8-101/2 years) 6-7.15pm. Hathersage Scout Headquarters. For more info. John on 01433 651889. Curbar - All Saints’ Church. 10.30am. Eucharist. Derwent Valley Flower Club Village Hall, Calver. First Thursday of each month. Demonstration of flower arranging. 7.45pm. Tel. 01433 630161. Desig-Knit Matlock based drop-in sociable knitting sessions. 6.30pm. Meet every second Thursday of the month at Designate, Matlock. Dove Holes Public Band Ambitious young band welcomes all young or experienced players to rehearsals every Tuesday and Thursday. 1B Dale Road, Dove Holes. 7.30pm. Contact Joanne Hollinrake 07970 039536. Easy Meals The Hall, Wellspring Church, Wirksworth. 5.30-7pm. No charge. Last Thursday of the month. Contact Sue Watts 01629 824596. Explorers (14 years upwards). 7.30-9pm. Hathersage Scout Headquarters. For more info. contact John on 01433 651889 or look on the website Fairfield (Buxton) Band Are you interested in music? Can you play an instrument? Do you want to learn to play? Band practice. 7.30-9pm. Contact Maureen 01298 25590. Free Film Screenings Every Third Thursday from 6.30pm. Designate, Matlock. Grindleford and Eyam Playgroup Bishop Pavilion, Bridge Field. 9am-3pm. Please speak to a member of our friendly staff team on 07842 095402. Hackney Methodist Church Greenaway Lane, Hackney, nr. Matlock. 10.30am. Call in for a cuppa, lunch at noon. Hartington Stay & Play Come and join our friendly, fun and creative playgroup for the under 5’s. Meets term times 1.30-3pm in Hartington Primary School. Fantastic Sensory Room for babies and tired carers, indoor and outdoor play for more energetic tots. Price £1.50 includes children’s healthy fruit snack and drinks for carers. Contact Anna Wardle 07526 696675. Hope Detachment 5th (Derbyshire Cadet) BN WFR Old School House (off Castleton Road, behind Church). 7-9pm. Tel. Lt D. Chauntry on 01298 27473 or SSI C. Royston on 07773 399980. Kids’ Club (for Reception to school year 6) 3.45-4.45pm. Bakewell Elim Pentecostal Church, 2A Station Yard, Bakewell, DE45 1GE. Litton Baby & Toddler Group Litton School, term time. 1.30-3pm. All welcome. Life Skills Thursdays at the Wellbeing Hub, Unit 8, Lime Tree Business Park, Lime Tree Road, Matlock, DE4 3EJ. Help with housing issues, budgeting problems, seeking employment, IT knowledge and much more from 12pm-1pm. Cooking classes from 1–3pm. Attendance is free, drop in! Contact: 01629 733915. Little Explorers children aged 3 and over. Castleton Primary School. 1.303.30pm. Further info. 01433 620630. Litton Village Hall Play Group 1.30-3pm. All ages welcome. Healthy snacks. Associated with Litton School. £1.50. Contact Litton School 01298 871449. Little Sparkles (Toddler Group) 1.15-2.45pm. Bakewell Elim Pentecostal Church, 2A Station Yard, Bakewell, DE45 1GE. Matlock Bridge Club St Helen’s Church Hall, Darley Dale. Non members welcome. Prompt start at 7pm. Membership £5. 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Children to wear old clothes. No need to book. Mobility Class Baslow Village Hall. 11am-12noon. Gentle and therapeutic mobility programme designed for people who are less-abled or just want to remain mobile. £2 a class. All exercises medically approved by doctors and physios at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital. More info. Tel. Mrs Kate Riley 0114 2350491 and 07790 464770. NHS Falls Prevention Clinic 1.30pm. Court Room Gallery, Bakewell Town Hall. Call Michelle 01629 815168. Open Door Coffee Shop at All Saints’ Church, Bakewell. From 11am-3pm (11am-2pm in the winter) - serving drinks, cakes and light lunches. Otter Tots Swim School 9.30-11.30am. During term time only at S. Anselm’s School, Bakewell. For all babies and pre-school children. Contact Victoria 07944 391362. Peak Pre-School Stanton in the Peak Primary School. 9am-2pm. Limited spaces now available. Please contact Cathy (Supervisor) on 07799 084244. Peak Paddlers Canoe and Kayak Club. Sessions at Buxton pool and Errwood reservoir. e-mail or see for more details. Photoshop and Light room Workshop is available most Thursday afternoons at 1.30pm in the Village Hall, Over Haddon. Join Jim Edmondson to improve your digital photo skills. Beginners intermediate and advanced workers are all welcome. The workshop is free but a £1.50 fee is payable to the village hall. More details Jim on 01629 812025. Pilates in Bakewell 9.45-10.45am, 11am-12pm, 6-7pm, 7-8pm. Teresa Tinklin 07906 312372, Pilates in Hathersage Memorial Hall 9.30-10.30am Improver/intermediate; 10.45-11.45am Gentle Improvers; 12-1pm Beginners. Caroline North 0781 722 0324, email Play and Praise! Parents and carers and their preschool kids are welcome to St Helen’s Church, Grindleford. 9.15-11.30am, with stories, craft and activities, songs, snacks, refreshments for parents, and a friendly welcome for all. Just turn up or contact Sophie on 01433 639378. Prize Bingo Biggin Village Hall, nr Hartington. 7.30-9pm. 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Vanessa 01433 639750 or Tina 01433 631191. session for parents/grandparents/carers and children 0-5 years. 01629 To advertise your Indoor Short Mat Bowling Bishop Pursglove School, Tideswell (next to the 531240. business call sports complex). 6.30pm. Bring flat soled shoes. Tel. John 07850 534002. Stay, Play and Weigh a learning through play session that includes Interested in playing table tennis? Then get yourself down to the listening, talking, playing, singing, sharing books and having fun. First 01629 Whitworth Academy, Dale Road North, Darley Dale.7-10pm, qualified MARGARET CAMPEY Thursday of each month. Includes a health visitor drop-in. 1.30-3pm. At coaching for league players or just beginning. We have it all! £3 for seniors 812159 Harpur Hill Children’s Centre, Buxton. No need to book. Tel. 01298 74101. or £2 for under 18. 01629 580723 enquiries@ Free of charge. Kick Start local walks with a friendly group. 2–4pm. (Meet 1.50pm at the 07593 541290 Stitch Knit and Natter 2-4pm. Whitworth Centre, Darley Dale. Be bandstand in Matlock park). Contact: 01629 733915. assured of a warm, friendly welcome. Just come along or contact Jane ‘Little Explorers’ An informal play session for pre-school children (01629 760599). including messy play, arts and crafts, music, fitness and stories. 10.30Stoney Middleton Bible Study (including food) in a village home. Anyone 11.30am. Harpur Hill Children’s Centre, Buxton. Tel. 01298 74101 to book. from nearby villages would be made very welcome. Ring Robin Scothern Free of charge. on 01433 631880 for more info or email GROUNDWORKS AND DRAINAGE SPECIALIST Matlock Bridge Club Hosted improvers’ session. St Helen’s Church Hall, Tai Chi any age any ability at Matlock Imperial Rooms. 1.15-2.45pm. Darley Dale. Non-members welcome. 1-4pm. Membership £5. Tel. 01629 D.C.C. approved tutor. Contact Alan Box 01246 279515. • Drain/sewage systems repairs to full system installation 583706. T'ai Chi Group Matlock 6-7.30pm. Relax and keep fit. Beginners Matlock and District Tennis Club • Septic tank replacement and repair welcome. Social play. From 6pm. Venue: Audley • Road way, car parks and driveway installation Tai Chi Bamford village institute. Court, Darley Dale. Tony 01629 PLEASE NOTE: If you have had a 10-11.30am. Alan Box 01246 • Structural retaining walls 56531, or Ron 01629 56620. regular event with us which is still listed 279515. Matlock and District Rifle Club • Gabion basket installation and no longer runs can you please get The Crafty Bunch Meet last Contact Len Webster 01629 584797. • Concreting and foundations in touch with Nicky on 01629 812159 or Thursday of the month. 5-9pm. The Matlock Gilbert and Sullivan Society Edensor Tea Cottage. Food and email • Land drains installation meets from 7.30-9.30pm at All drink available. No fee/member so we can delete it from the paper. • Digger and driver hire (various sizes available) Saints’ Church Hall, Smedley Street, subscription. All crafts welcome Matlock. New members welcomed. Please contact Will on 01629 56391 or 07796 648489 and a lot of chat! Sewing, crochet, Contact Nic Wilson 01629 812276. knitting, card making, baking, woodwork, art, printing etc. More info. Matlock Record Club second Friday of the month at Designate, Matlock. Contact Heather 07814 616183 or 8pm. Volunteer Rangers, Denefields Matlock Weekly environmental activities Meet Matlock's Mayor 7-8 pm. MoCa Café Bar, Dale Road, Matlock. at Ancient Hay Meadow site. Contact Karen Camara 07966 883253, Otter Tots Swim School See Thursdays Events for further information. Parwich Toddler Group Parwich Memorial Hall, 2.30-4.30pm. We are a Walking Football at Baslow The over 50’s are welcome to enjoy the very friendly group. Wide range of toys and activities for babies and children beautiful game at a slower pace. 10am at Baslow Multi-use Games Area aged 0-5. Refreshments. Cost £2.50. 01335 390778. within the Baslow Sports Field complex DE45 1SP. Onsite free parking Pilsley Toddler Group 9-10.30am (term time only). At Pilsley School. • Re-roofs • Guttering and Fascias available. £3 per session - just turn up and ask for Ray or Helen. Soup and Cob Community Room at Holloway Methodist Church. 12-2pm. Weekly Led Rides For All at Carsington Water Every Thursday morning • Flat Roofs • UPVC Cladding All welcome. Steve Bennett 01629 822456 or just turn up. leaving from Carsington Water Cycle Hire at Carsington Water – 10 am. Starkholmes Mother and Toddler Group meets from 1.30-3.30pm and • General Repairs Rides are delivered by fully trained cycle leaders and are intended to get throughout the school holidays. At the Starkholmes Village Hall. more people active, becoming more social and enjoying the open air, 25 Years’ Experience. Stoney Middleton Youth Club (SYP) is a popular group for young people which will help to boost fitness levels, mood and general health and wellaged 10+ that meet in the Village Chapel every term time Friday. As well Free Quotes 4 being. Suitable for beginners and children are welcome accompanied by as competitive games, tuck shop and regular outings (lazer quest, bowling, an adult. Stay around after the ride for refreshments in the café camping and crazy golf), there will be a short Bible message. Ring Claire Tel: 01433 651805 afterward. Bring your own bike or hire a bike for £6.00. Free parking Scothern on 01433 631880 for more info or email Tel: 07798 854530 available – please ask at the Cycle Hire Centre. For more info contact Storytelling Cafe Imperial Rooms Matlock. 7.30pm. Tickets £7. Whist Drive Fairfield Methodist Church. 8-10pm. £2 inc. refreshments. Refreshments available or BYO. First Friday every month. Contact Rachel In aid of special needs children and riding school for disabled children 01629 580023. Paul Reynolds in Buxton. 01298 71850. Street Games multi sports drop in sessions for 14 – 19 year olds, Member of The Guild of Wirksworth Area Community Orchestra 7.45pm. Parish Rooms, Cavendish Playing Fields, Cavendish Road, Matlock, 7.00pm – 8.00pm. Master Chimney Sweeps Wirksworth. Contact 01629 824055 or Tideswell Band rehearse at the Youth Club Building. 7.30-9pm. Contact Wirksworth Badminton Club 7.30–9.30pm. Wirksworth Leisure Centre, 01433 630 245 Simon Lewis for details 07762 797595. for more info. please contact Bill Simpson (club secretary) on 01629 Tideswell Library (Storytime) During term 2-2.30pm. 01298 871769. All 07964 801215 760294. children aged 5 and under are very welcome to participate. No charge for Wirksworth Library (Rhythm & Rhyme Sing-a-long Time). 2.15- 2.45pm, the activity. A parent/carer is required to stay for the duration of the activity. free event! 01629 823173. All children aged 5 and under are very Tools for Self Reliance 10am-12noon, Roman Catholic Church Crypt, Stoves fitted welcome. A parent/carer is required to stay for the duration of the activity. Bakewell. Volunteers welcome to help refurbish tools for third world. Writers in the Peak writing group. 7-9pm. Rutland Hotel, Bakewell. New Cowls fitted Contact Mrs M. Pope 01629 733944. members welcome. Watch out for extra workshops coming up. Birds nests removed Weekly Guided Meditation Classes at Heart Jewel Kadampa Buddhist Professional and friendly service Centre, Matlock Bath. 10.30am-12 noon term time. Suitable for beginners. Yoga Classes (evening). Friends’ Meeting House, Bakewell. Contact Jan Fully insured Everyone welcome. Drop in classes - no need to book. £5 per class. Tel. Chappell 01629 812960. Industry recognised certificate 01629 581585 or see our website Youlgrave Silver Band Practice Juniors with lessons 7 till 7.30pm. supplied after every sweep Whist Drive 7.30pm. Great Longstone Village Hall. Raffle. Entry £1 incl. Youlgrave Methodist Church Hall, Coldwell End. Sec - 01629 630202. refreshments. EVERY FRIDAY Zen in the Peak District 7pm Meditation practice, instruction and help, Bakewell and District Friday Group Medway Centre, Bakewell. All day. near Matlock Bath. Contact or visit Lunch and entertainment for older people. Transport provided. Contact Peak/ for more info. Val Green 01629 813825. Zumba Baslow Village Hall. 9.15am. Contact Claire 07990 771155. Bakewell Flower Club meet third Friday of the month. Main Hall, The EVERY SATURDAY Medway Centre, Bakewell. 7.30pm. Visitors very welcome, pay at the Aikido 10.30-12.30 Assembly Room Theatre, Bakewell Town Hall. Call door. No meetings in December/January. Kirsten 0771 2541330 Bakewell Methodist Church Badminton Club Wesley Hall, Bakewell Bakewell Croquet Club meets on the Recreation Ground from 10am Methodist Church. 8.15-10pm. Tel. Jennifer Morewood 01629 812299. during the playing season. Contact Alan Reeves 01629 812603. Doreen Gammage 01629 813714. Bingo 8.30pm, Bakewell Working Men’s and Social Club, Butts Road, • Fitting, Servicing and Repairs Bakewell Scouts Brigade Hall, Bath Street, Bakewell. 7.30-9pm. Please Bakewell. • Chimney Pots, Cowls and Bird Guards Fitted contact Peter Marlor on 01629 813706. Breeze Bike Rides 2nd Saturday of each month. To promote cycling • Bird Nests Removed • Flue Liners Bamford Pre-School Playgroup 9am-12noon. See Thursday’s Events for fitness and confidence in women who have some experience of riding on • Stove Cleaning and Installation further details. roads. Start from Whitworth Centre, routes varied but centre around • New Power Sweeping available Bamford Tennis Club Junior coaching from 4.15pm. Tel. 01433 651559 Darley Dale. The overall duration is 3 hours 45 minutes (3 hours cycling). for further details. There will be a tearoom stop. Cycling helmets are advised, please bring Telephone Buggy Walk meeting at the Bandstand in Hall Leys Park, Matlock from with you, water bottle, spare inner tube and waterproof. The rides are free 11am–12pm. 07899 034738 / 01629 825340 but places have to be booked RSVP through the website: Bradwell Pre-School Group 9am-12noon at the Memorial Hall, Netherside. Contact Wendy Riley 07756 236563. Chatsworth Bowling Club April-Sept. 5-7.30pm. Open night. Beginners Bradwell Teddy Bear Club Parent, Baby and Toddler Group) meet at the and new members welcome. 01246 567478 or 01629 814439. Methodist Schoolrooms, Bradwell (opp. White Hart Pub) from 9.30Darley Dale Croquet Club See Friday’s Events for further details. 11.30am. All welcome. Further info. contact Isabel 07817 660839. Free Family Film Screenings Every Saturday from 3pm. Designate, Brassington Mini Monkeys Brassington Village Hall. 1.30-3pm. All Matlock. welcome from pregnancy and beyond. £1 entry, refreshments provided. Tarmacadam • Bitumen • Asphalt Surfacing Hathersage Farmers Market 1st Saturday of each month. Hathersage Castleton Music Group Running twice a month with two different Block Paving • Natural Cobble Setts Memorial Hall from 10am-2pm. Contact Gemma Facer 07931 960770. teachers. One has an emphasis on music and one singing. Tel. Emma Hathersage Painters Every other Saturday at Hathersage Bell Room. on 01433 621595 or 07890 050 196 or to 10am-1pm. Contact Audrey Hague 01433 621266. check the next session. Jog Youlgrave Take your first steps to fitness with Jog Derbyshire’s New Castleton Toddler Group 9.45am-11.45pm Castleton Village Hall, How We have over 40 years’ Year’s campaign. Suitable for beginners. Meet Youlgrave Scout Hut, Lane, Castleton. Further info. Emma on 07890 050 196. Email for 10.30am. experience carrying out all programme of events on Juggling Club Circus skills practice. 6-8pm. St Annes Centre, Hardwick types of work throughout the Cromford Community Band Cromford Methodist Church, Water Lane, Square West, Buxton. All ages and abilities welcome. Tel. 07791 657863 Peak District and surrounding Cromford. 6.45-8pm. We invite enthusiastic musicians of all abilities, for details. aged 10 years to adults to join us. Tel. 01629 823512. areas and have many satisfied clients. Matlock Cycling Club 9.15am. Start from the car park opposite Stanley Darley Dale Croquet Club, Whitworth Park 1-5pm. Golf croquet, a Fearn’s Bike Shop, Matlock. Morning mountain bike ride. Tony Holmes simple fun and social game for all. Tel. David Gregory (01629 732455). IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING HAVING ANY 01629 734753. Derbyshire Toy Libraries Matlock 10am-12noon. Parents, carers, WORK DONE WE ARE ONLY A PHONE CALL AWAY. Matlock Farmers’ Market held on third Saturday of each month in the childminders and children in the local community and surrounding areas Imperial Rooms from 9am-2pm. We also carry out all types of groundwork from are invited to “Come, Play and Take Away”. ‘Stay & Play’ session fee is Open Door Coffee Shop See Thursday’s Events for further details. foundations to drains and kerbing. £3 per family for up to three children. Additional visitors & children will Rugby Bakewell Mannerians RUFC. 1st XV Matches on the showground, be charged an additional 75p each. For further info. Bakewell. (KO varies 2 or 3pm). Contact Ed Hutchinson 07771916471 or or 0845 0093019. Telephone 01629 732122 or 07950495727 see Edale School - Stay and Play at Tryumphant Trotters - Jog into January, take your first steps to fitness Edale pre-school playgroup. 2with Jog Derbyshire’s New Year’s campaign. Suitable for beginners. Meet 3.30pm at Edale School. Come at the Chatsworth Park Estate Offices Car Park. DE45 1PJ, 11.30am. and join our friendly group of Whist Drive Queen’s Court Sheltered Accommodation, Queen’s Road, parents, babies and toddlers for Fairfield, Buxton. 7.30pm. indoor and outdoor play, stories EVERY SUNDAY and singing. Contact 01433 Afternoon Celebration Service (with Kids Church) 4.30-6pm. Bakewell 670280. TELESCOPIC Elim Pentecostal Church, 2A Station Yard, Bakewell, DE45 1GE. Fair Trade Coffee Stop at Tansley Bakewell Parish Church Sunday School – called Explorers. Anyone HANDLERS, Methodist Church 10am-12 noon. the ages of 3 and 11 is warmly welcomed. 10.45-12noon. 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Buxton Model Boat Club seeks new members of all ages and abilities to join us between 9am and 2pm, at the large lake in the Pavilion Gardens, Buxton. For contact and membership details, please visit Church in the Peak (Newfrontiers) 10.30am. At County Hall, Matlock. For more details call 01629 584783, email or visit You are very welcome to join us! Come Dancing Adult ballroom/Latin beginners 6.45pm, intermediate 7.45pm. St Peters Hall, Buxton. 01298 23171. Cromford Methodist Church Sunday Worship 10.30am followed by coffee. Details from Rev. Dr. Robert Foster 01773 839795. All welcome. Curbar All Saints’ Church - 10.30am Parish Eucharist. Dales Christian Spiritualist Church Mencap Society, Greenaway Lane, Darley Dale. Through the school yard. 6.30pm. Divine Service and Clairvoyance. Warm welcome to everyone. Dale Road Methodist Church, Darley Dale invites you to our Sunday Services. 10.30am. Morning worship for all age groups followed by coffee and chat. 6.30pm. Evening worship. Darley Dale St Helen’s Church Sunday services. 11am. Holy Communion on the first, third and fourth Sundays. 8am Holy Communion (BCP) on the second Sunday and All Age Worship 11am. Cafe Church on the 4th Sunday 5pm in the Church Hall beginning with a bring and share meal. Everyone welcome. Darley Hillside Methodist Church Morning services 10.30am. Junior church children welcome from age 3. Darley Dale Croquet Club See Friday’s Events for further details. Enjoy Narrow Gauge Train Rides on the Steeple Grange Light Railway. Off High Peak Trail between Black Rocks and National Stone Centre Wirksworth. 12noon-5pm. 01246 235497. Fairfield (Buxton) Band Are you interested in music? Can you play an instrument? Do you want to learn to play? Band practice. 7.30-9pm. Contact Maureen 01298 25590. Family Service Gospel Hall, North Church Street, Bakewell. 11.30am12.15pm. Hackney Methodist Church Greenaway Lane, Hackney, nr. Matlock. 10.30am. Worship followed by refreshments. Hathersage Methodist Church meets for worship and fellowship at 10.30am. Check out our website Holloway Methodist Church Sunday Worship 10.30am followed by coffee. Details from Rev. Dr. Robert Foster 01773 839795. All welcome. Junior Mini Rugby Ages 6-13 years old. Bakewell Mannerians RUFC Training. 10.30am-12noon. The Showground, Bakewell. Contact James Adams 07779 587841, or see for more details. Kidzone An action packed time of games and activities and learning about God. For 6-11 year olds. 10.45am-12.15pm. At County Hall, Matlock. Organised by Church in the Peak. Contact Chris Cookman 01629 582851. Lea Chapel Main Rd., Upper Lea, Lea. Sunday evening worship service 6.30pm. All welcome!! Matlock Methodist & United Reformed Church Sunday Services 1st Sunday of the month 9.30am and 10.45am. 3rd Sunday of the month 6.30pm. Coffee after service. Matlock and District Tennis Club Social play. From 10am. Venue: Audley Court, Darley Dale. Tony 01629 56531, or Ron 01629 56620. Messy Church at Bakewell Parish Church (every first Sunday in the month). Informal craft based service for all ages finishing with breakfast together. From 9.15am. Tel. 01629 813736 email Old Chapel, Great Hucklow (Unitarian) Weekly worship. 10.30am. Further details from Liz Shaw. 01433 630541. Peak Rail Travel on a preserved steam railway through beautiful countryside between Rowsley and Matlock. Onboard buffet and bar, restaurant coaches, station tearoom and buffet, gift and book shops free parking. Open all year, contact 01629 580381 for details. Peak Walking Group Walks with like-minded people around Peak District National Park every Sunday. All walks are varied between 712 miles and are all circular. Own transport needed. Contact 01246 853155 Rowsley Methodist Chapel Sunday service. 2.30pm. Stanton Lees Chapel (off A6, near Darley Dale). Independent evangelical Church. Services at 2.30pm and 6.30pm. Tansley Methodist Church Morning Service 10.30am followed by coffee. Evening Service 6pm. Rev. Keith Bamford 01629 259128. The Living Hope Church 10.30am. Hathersage Memorial Hall, Oddfellows Road, for praise, worship and ministry from God’s word. More details and because we occasionally meet at other venues, contact Pastor Tim Pritt 01433 650942. Wellspring Church Wirksworth Sunday Worship 10.30am followed by coffee and 6pm. Details from Rev. Dr. Robert Foster 01773 839795. or just turn up. Wirksworth Netball Club Youth (under 18)/Junior Players (year 6). During term time. 10am-12noon. Wirksworth Leisure Centre. Joy Cooke 01629 822229. Zen in the Peak District 11am. Meditation practice, instruction and help followed by vegetarian lunch and afternoon talk and walk for those who want, near Matlock Bath. Contact or visit Peak/ for more info. EVERY DAY Bakewell Pre School Playgroup We offer flexible three hour sessions; 2 to school age. Mon-Fri, 9am-12 noon, St John Hall, Bakewell. Call in or contact 07976 140475 for further details. Bakewell Nursery School We welcome children from 3 months to 5 years. Free flexible sessions for eligible 2, 3 and 4 year olds. Open 52 weeks of the year 8am-6pm. Contact Mrs J.M. Teale, Head of the Nursery on 01629 813888. Biggin by Hartington Pre-School Ofsted approved. 8.45-12.30pm. 24 yrs. Contact Lisa Blood 07527 185969/Linda Kirkham 01298 687465. Brassington Pre-School for 2+ year olds in village hall, Brassington. Mon/Tues/Thur/Fri 9.15am-12.15pm. Wed 9.15am-12.15pm and 12.15-3pm. Contact Andrea Brandon 01629 540855. Breakfast Club at Castleton. 7.45-8.45am. 07890 050196/01433 620630. Cromford Pre-School Playgroup Mon. 12noon-3pm, Tue-Fri 9am12noon. Tel. 07905 937371 during session time or call in. Darley Churchtown Out of School Club Breakfast Club. 8-8.50am. After School Club 3.15-6pm. During term time only. Tel. Mrs S. Wood 01629 735851. Flagg Nursery School provides top quality free nursery education. Open from 8.15am-3.15pm. Tel. 01298 85208. 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Great Longstone Pre-School The Old School House, Main Street, Great Longstone. Term time 9.15am-12.15pm. Please phone 01629 640842. Holloway Playgroup Florence Nightingale Village Hall, Mill Lane, Holloway. 9.15-12.15pm, Mon-Fri during term time. Tel. Lex 07838 044153 for a free trial session or Holloway Playgroup in session times on 07813 501731. Matlock Bath Pre-School meets Mon and Fri 9am-12noon. Tues/Wed/Thurs noon-3pm. Now offering 8.30am-4pm at the Community Room, Grand Pavilion. Tel. Sarah Stephenson 07870 525001. email Matlock Pre-School Playgroup 205 Smedley Street, Matlock. Session times 8.50-11.50am and 12.30-3.30pm. Tel. 01629 583639 during session times. Parwich Pre-School Stepping Stones 9am-12noon. Parwich Memorial Hall. Details call Helen 01335 346317 after 2pm. Peak Time Kids’ Club Hathersage after-school club in its own building on Hathersage School site. 3.15-6pm during school term time and from 8am-6pm during school holidays. Tel. Lynne Condon on 01433 650004. Pilsley Pre-School Nursery 12.45-3.15pm in the Early Years’ Suite. If you would like to register your child, please contact the school on 01246 583203. Rowsley Pre-School Village Hall. Open daily Mon-Fri. 9am-4pm. Children taken from 2 yrs and free places for 3 and 4 yr olds. Also open from 9am-4pm providing before and after school and a holiday club. Tel. Julie Wood 07918 792480. South Darley Pre-School Playgroup at Winster. For children 2, 3 and 4 years upwards. The Burton Institute, West Bank, Winster. Mon, Wed and Thurs 9am-12 and 12-3pm. Tues, and Fri 9am-12. Kirsty 07863 771636. Stepping Stones Pre-School Parwich Mon-Thurs 9am-12noon at the Parwich Memorial Hall. Fri 8.45-11.45am at Parwich Primary School. Children ages 2 - school age. Free government funding for 3 and 4 year olds. Tel. Helen Downing 01335 346317. Taddington Tigers meet after school in the new school hall to enjoy playing with friends. Tel. 01298 85278 or arrange to pay a visit. The Hall Nursery School Stoney Middleton, nr Bakewell. Free places for 3 and 4 year olds in a converted 18th coach house in the grounds of Middleton Hall. Contact Mrs Sarah Glossop 01433 631295 for further details. Wirksworth Pre-School Playgroup Cemetery Lane, Wirksworth. Sessions are held from 9am-11.30am and 12.45-3.15pm. Tel. Liz on 01629 822625. Youlgrave Playschool Youlgrave Scout & Community Hall. 9am12noon everyday. Details Lucy 07745 191366. Youlgrave Bee Group Varies each day. 7pm. Contact 01629 630202. Youlgrave Pre-School Youlgrave Scout Hut. 9am-12noon. £9 per session (free government funded hours for over 2 & 3 years if applicable). Term time only. Booking essential PLACES OF INTEREST Haddon Hall Open daily Oct. Sat, Sun and Mon. (Open 10.30am-5pm, last admission 4pm.) Christmas 1st-18th Dec. (10.30am-4pm, last admission 3pm). For further information 01629 812855. Bakewell Old House Museum Cunningham Place, off North Church Street, Bakewell, DE45 1DD. 11am-4pm daily (last visitor entrance 3.30pm). For further information 01629 813642. email Eyam Craft Centre The Craft Centre is open every day throughout the year 10.30am-4.30pm. For further information 01433 639565. Caudwell’s Mill, Rowsley Unique Victorian ‘automatic’ waterpowered roller flour Mill on the beautiful River Wye. Four fascinating floors to explore plus top-class quality flours from the Mill shop. Café offers quality snacks and meals. Open daily between 10am-5.30pm. Free entry to all craft workshops and free parking. Flour sales daily all year round. For further information, tel. and fax 01629 734374.

OCTOBER Thursday 20 BAKEWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Progression walk 90 – 120 minutes. Meet at Alport – park in the layby on main road. 20 BAKEWELL GUIDED TOUR about one hour at 2pm. Walk from River Wye, up the spine of Bakewell to the only genuine Tudor house in the area. Hear of the many Secrets and Legends woven into the town. £4 charity. Please book at Tourist Info Centre (01629 813227), by 1pm. Meet at TIC. 20 BAKEWELL AND DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY 7.30pm. Town Hall, Bakewell. 20 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.10am. 8 miles. Moderate. Darley Dale PS, Northwood, Ladygrove. 01629 732799. 20 MATLOCK RAILWAY CLUB Temple Hotel, Matlock Bath. 7.30pm. O Winston Link N & W Railway - speaker Bob Gellatly. Non members welcome- details 07900 244 913.

Friday 21 BAKEWELL FLOWER CLUB meets at The Medway Centre at 7.30pm for a demonstration of flower arranging with willow work by Rachel Pool. Visitors always very welcome, £6 on the door.’’ 21 BAKEWELL TOWN HALL FILM FRIDAY Court Room Gallery, Bakewell Town Hall. 7.30pm. Spirit of ‘45 Ken Loach documentary sponsored screening by the Bakewell Branch Labour Party. Snacks and a licensed bar. Further details from or by calling Helen on 01629 810152. 21 ‘SIMEON’S WATCH’ A puzzle in the family at Christmas. Riding Lights Theatre Company are touring their new play, ‘Simeon’s Watch’, to Hathersage Memorial Hall. Both comic and moving, the play tells the story of three generations of one farming family as they cope with the joys and struggles of growing older. Written by Bridget Foreman (Inheritance, In Fog And Falling Snow) ‘Simeon’s Watch’ is touring the UK this autumn. Hathersage Memorial Hall, Oddfellows Road, Hathersage, Hope Valley, S32 1DU, 7.30pm. Tickets: £6 / £5 (concessions). From: 01904 613000 or

Saturday 22 CRESSBROOK CHURCH AUTUMN BAZAAR Tombola, bric-a-brac, books, CD’s, raffle, toys etc. Refreshments. Come and join us for bargains. 22 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 6 miles. Moderate. Lower Hartshay (by old canal bridge), Nether Heage, Bullbridge. 01629 650092.



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Coming Events 22 GEORGIAN BANQUET Arkwright’s Café, Cromford. 7.30-9.30pm. £19.50. Limited places, advance booking essential (dietary requirements can be catered for). Step back in time to when King George III was on the throne and be regaled by tales of Georgian life by the Mill Manager and his workers at this not-to-be-missed three course Georgian banquet. Enjoy a soup starter before venison casserole or onion pie followed by a tempting dessert. Why not come dressed for the occasion! For further details and ticket bookings please visit or phone 01629 823256. 22 ‘MAKE ADVERSITY WORK FOR YOU’ MEDITATION COURSE 10am1pm. Cost £15 which includes light refreshments. Learn how to react to adversity in positive ways that bring benefit to yourself and others, and help make the mind more and more peaceful. Everyone welcome. Please book. Heart Jewel Buddhist Meditation Centre, Holme Road, Matlock Bath DE4 3NU. For further information or to book please contact us on Tel 01629 581585 or by email 22 YOULGRAVE W.I. ANNUAL COFFEE MORNING with numerous stalls inc Christmas crafts. Youlgrave Village Hall 10am–12. Entry £1 inc refreshments. 22 & 23 THE HATHERSAGE PAINTERS are holding an exhibition of paintings at the Hathersage Methodist Church Hall. 10am-5pm. Admission free. Disabled access. 10% sales to go to Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice. 22 & 23 MEET THE ARTIST – JOHN HERMANSEN POTTERY Mill Yard, Cromford. 10am-4pm. Free entry. Stoneware pottery available to purchase. Visit for further details or phone 01629 823256. 22 – 30 LEGO CHALLENGE Join us for half term fun. Design and build your own Lego sculpture. Prize awarded for best design. Old House Museum, Cunningham Place, Bakewell, DE45 1DD. 22 – 3 NOV VIEWS FROM THE DERWENT VALLEY Gallery, Cromford Mills. 10am-4pm. Free entry. A solo exhibition featuring dramatic paintings on the theme of the valley that draws inspiration from its industrial heritage and the impact on the surrounding Quality garden landscape. Artist Ruth Gray’s maintenance and mixed media paintings show how improvement the industrial heritage of the valley now integrates with the Ex-Kew Gardens landscape of today. It also Over 25 year’s highlights how residential development is turning many experience areas from factories to future homes. Visit Call Paul on for 01773 688802 further details or phone 01629 or 07799 474593 823256.


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Sunday 23 A CHORAL EVENING is to be performed at 6pm at All Saints Parish Church, Bakewell by Music Works Vocal Ensemble, directed by Andrew Marples. They will perform a selection of unaccompanied English music by William Byrd, John Blow, Bernard Rose and Paul Mealor. This promises to be an evening of beautiful cathedral-style music which will be well worth attending. 23 AN EVENING WITH SAMUEL PEPYS His eyewitness descriptions of some of the most important events in the 17 century and vivid details of a turbulent home life, make Pepys one of our most compelling diarists. Join us at the Old House Museum in Bakewell, and listen to a reading of extracts from his diary over a hot supper. Ticket £10 (hot supper included). Licensed bar. 7-9.30pm. Advance booking required by 14 Oct - ring 01629 813642. 23 BUXTON RAMBLING CLUB Start at Pavilion’s car park, Buxton (next to swimming pool). Walk 1: Millers Dale – Short up to 8 miles. 10am. Walk 2: Ecton – Medium 8-12 miles. 9.30am. Anyone welcome. Membership £5 single or £8 family per year. Contact 01298 72230 or 01298 23441. 23 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 11 miles. Moderate. Heatherdene CP, Hope Cross, Crook Hill. 01623 552985. 23 DERBYSHIRE WOODCRAFTS Mill Yard, Cromford Mill. 10am-4pm. Free entry. Come along and enjoy demonstrations of wood turning on a lathe and woodcarving. All products are available to purchase. Visit for further details or phone 01629 823256. 23 GREAT HUCKLOW OLD CHAPEL (UNITARIAN) 10.30am. Service – conducted by Dorothy Hewerdine. President of the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches. 23 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 10 miles (grade 3) SK 124832. Mam Nick (National Trust) CP. Free parking on roadside at Windy Knoll. Mam Tor, Loose Hill, Hope, Castleton, Cave Dale, Windy Knoll. (Dogs on short, fixed leads). 0114 2662 348 or 07518 029776. 23 LIVE IN THE TEA ROOM Old Hall Hotel, Market Place, Hope. Eric Taylor. Tickets £10. Profit goes to British Red Cross Refugee Support. Tel. 0791 333 1078. 23 PEAK WALKING GROUP Chelmorton and Monsal Trail, 8 miles/ Grade B/ All day, Start Chelmorton main street White Peak OL 24, SK 115 703, Route Chelmorton / Deep Dale / Chee Dale / Millers Dale / Five Wells Farm / Chelmorton, Notes Dogs on lead. Tel: 01246 853155 or 07410 982664. 23 SALLY MOSLEY WILL BE GIVING a talk at Over Haddon Village Hall. Doors open 7pm for 7.30 start. Her talk will be called 'Potty about the Peak District'. Everyone welcome, drinks available. Raffle. Entrance is free of charge, donations for Buxton Mountain Rescue. 23 VINTAGE AND QUIRKY - The Handmade Christmas Event, The Cavendish Hall, Edensor 10am-5pm. Join us for the perfect start to Christmas! Seasonal inspiration by traditional and contemporary makers. Festive workshops too (see FB for details). Pop-up cafe with delicious home baking.

Monday 24 A 19TH CENTURY WALK AROUND WILLERSLEY CASTLE GROUNDS Meet outside the Shop in the Yard, Cromford Mills. 10am-12noon. Cost: £4. Enjoy a walk with Doreen Buxton through Willersley Castle’s grounds in the footsteps of a 19th century visitor including a detour to consider Masson Mill and its unusual weir from river level. There will also be the opportunity (which such a visitor did not get) to have a short peep inside the house. This tour will involve some steady uphill walking and some uneven ground. Please wear stout shoes and clothing appropriate for the weather. For further details and ticket bookings please visit or phone 01629 823256. 24 AGE UK BAKEWELL CENTRE AUTUMN FAYRE 10am-1pm. Held at the Age UK Bakewell Centre (we are across from the Bakewell library). Tombola, raffle, cake stall, nearly new clothes, Christmas stall and more... Admission £1 which includes tea/coffee and biscuits. Children have free admission. Please come along and support our day centre. Any donations for any of our stalls are very much appreciated. Money raised goes into the amenity fund to provide Christmas activities and entertainment for all our members. 24 BAKEWELL METHODIST CHURCH COFFEE MORNING Matlock Street, Bakewell. 10am-12noon. The Charity stall is in aid of Bakewell Parish Church Mothers’ Union. 24 HOBS COFFEE MORNING Bakewell Town Hall. 9am. Bric-a-brac, tombola and raffle. 24 MATLOCK NEEDLECRAFT GROUP Imperial Rooms. 7 for 7.30pm. Long and Short Silk Shading - Nicola Hilton.

Tuesday 25 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Earl Sterndale Church roadside, Crowdecote, Longnor. 01332 760113. 25 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Leisurely. Lay by near Fairholmes VC. Ladybower. 01433 631446. 25 HOW TO MAKE RELATIONSHIPS WORK MEDITATION COURSE from 10am-1pm. Learn how to free your mind from attatchment so that all your relationships become stable sources of inner peace and love. Cost £15 which includes light refreshments. Everyone welcome. Please contact the Centre to book a place. Heart Jewel Buddhist Meditation Centre, Holme Road, Matlock Bath DE4 3NU. For further information please contact us on Tel 01629 581585 or by email 25 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am - Easy walk 60 – 90 minutes. Meet at Highfields School, Lumsdale Road, Matlock. 25 MEDITATE IN BUXTON Taking Control of Your Life- Meditation Classes for Everyone. Meditation classes at Samudra Buddhist Centre, 47 High Street, Buxton, SK17 6HB, 7.30-8.30pm. These classes are suitable for everyone. The facility fee is £4 (£3 concession). For more information please contact Samudra Buddhist Centre on 01298 79777 or 07527292908 or e-mail Our website is, and 25 PEAK RAILWAY ASSOCIATION – DERWENT VALLEY BRANCH Our next meeting will be held at Darley Dale Station meet at 7pm for talk starting 7.30pm. The topic this time will be “Manchester to Chester by CLC” and the speaker will be Ken Grainger. 25 UNISON RETIRED MEMBERS and friends. You will be very welcome to come to a talk by Lyn Bowler ‘Tales of a Lady Bobby’. We meet for this at 2.15pm at the Imperial Rooms, Matlock. The talk is free and afterwards there will be tea, coffee and biscuits and the opportunity to meet and talk with old friends and colleagues. 25 YOULGRAVE DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10.30am – Easy walk 60 – 90 minutes. Meet at Coldwell End Car Park in the village for an easy walk around Youlgrave area Birchover and Stanton in Peak. Walking on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month. We also share cars to walk further afield.

Wednesday 26 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 7 miles. Moderate. Pikehall CP, Roystone and Minninglow. 07740 459015. 26 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 9.40am. 11 miles. Moderate. Ashbourne Waterside Retail Park CP. Bus at 10am for Rocester. Return on Limestone Way and Mapleton. 01335 342361. 26 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 11 miles. Moderate. Curbar Gap. Totley Moor, Big Moor. 01433 631446.

Peak Advertiser 24th October 2016 – Page 43 26 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Easy walk 60 - 90 minutes. Meet at High Peak Junction Car Park, (Lea Bridge) £1.40 to park for 2 hours (Celebration Walk – meet at 10.15am). 26 MEDITATE IN BUXTON Taking Control of Your Life- Meditation Classes for Everyone. Meditation classes at Samudra Buddhist Centre, 47 High Street, Buxton, SK17 6HB, 10.30-11.45am. These classes are suitable for everyone. The facility fee is £5 (£4 concession). For more information please contact Samudra Buddhist Centre on 01298 79777 or 07527292908, or e-mail Our website is, and 26 VIEWS FROM THE DERWENT VALLEY – AN ILLUSTRATED TALK Gallery, Cromford Mill. 7pm. Cost: £7.50 (includes cheese and wine 7pm-7:30pm) – Limited places, advance booking recommended. Discover more about art and the Derwent Valley. Artist Ruth Gray will talk about her paintings from an artist’s perspective, interwoven with details of the background and significance of the various scenes by a World Heritage Specialist. For further details and ticket bookings please visit or phone 01629 823256.

Thursday 27 BAKEWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Progression walk 90 – 120 minutes. Meet at Calver – Park by playing fields in village centre. 27 BAKEWELL GUIDED TOUR about one hour at 2pm. Walk from River Wye, up the spine of Bakewell to the only genuine Tudor house in the area. Hear of the many Secrets and Legends woven into the town. £4 charity. Please book at Tourist Info Centre (01629 813227), by 1pm. Meet at TIC. 27 BAKEWELL TOWN HALL FILM Court Room Gallery, Bakewell Town Hall. 7.30pm. Spirit of ‘45 Ken Loach documentary sponsored screening by the Bakewell Branch Labour Party. Snacks and a licensed bar. Further details from or by calling Helen on 01629 810152. 27 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 8 miles. Moderate. A6 4 miles W. of Bakewell CP (fee). Deep Dale Nature Reserve, Monsal, Ashford, Magpie Mine. 01629 822372. 27 THE FARMING LIFE CENTRE WALKS Calver to Froggatt: Meet at Calver Craft Centre. Park on roadside or in car park attached to the centre. A lovely walk up and down the Derwent River between Calver and Froggatt following good flat riverside footpaths. Coffee and cakes at the Calver Craft Centre on return. Our walks are short, gentle, easy walks usually one hour in duration designed to help ease people back into walking. Meeting at 1.15pm for a 1.30pm start.

Friday 28 BAKEWELL ROTARY QUIZ NIGHT at Medway Centre, Bakewell. 7pm for 7.30pm. Cost is £24 for a Team of 4 (includes buffet supper). Further info from President Lorraine McGlone on 01629 735080. 28 BASLOW SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB Baslow Village Hall, 2pm. Children Rhymes and Games - Jackie Rawson. 28 DARLEY DALE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY Methodist Church Hall, Darley Dale. National Plant Collections of Great Britain - Don Witton. 7.30pm. Visitors welcome £3 per meeting. More info. 28 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 6 miles. Moderate. Oakamoor PS. Farley. 01332 760113. 28 ‘FIRED UP THEATRE’ PRESENTS ‘THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES’ Cromford Mills. 7:30pm. Cost: £15 – Limited places, advance booking recommended. Deep in darkest Dartmoor stands Baskerville Hall, a grisly house of secrets where myths and legends are about to come back to haunt the moors. Eerie, cacophonic howling plagues the Devonshire night air as a series of satanic deaths strike fear across the moors. Can Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson unravel the clues and solve the case? Adapted from the novel by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, ‘Fired Up Theatre’ brings its audience shadow theatre, projections and grotesque, quirky characters in this new production that pays homage to the canon of classic Holmes’ film productions. For further details and ticket bookings please visit or phone 01629 823256. 28 GREEK VEGETARIAN MEAL AND MEDITATION EVENING from 710pm. Join us for a short talk and guided meditation followed by a delicious Greek vegetarian meal all for £15 pp. Everyone welcome. Please contact the centre to book a place. Venue: Heart Jewel Buddhist Meditation Centre, Holme Road, Matlock Bath DE4 3NU. For further information please contact us on Tel 01629 581585 or by email 28 THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE BONSALL BROOK – A GUIDED WALK Meet outside the Shop in the Yard, Cromford Mill. 10am-12:30pm. Cost: £4. Follow the Bonsall Brook and consider the sites where it once powered corn, cotton, calamine, colour and lead smelting mills. Return to the village via a steady climb up through Slinter Wood and down along Alabaster Lane. Some uneven ground. Please wear stout shoes and clothing appropriate for the weather. For further details and ticket bookings please visit or phone 01629 823256. 28 THEATRE IN THE CHURCH - THE GOD PARTICLE St Michael and All Angels Church, Hathersage. 7.30 for 8pm. Romantic comedy. Refreshments available before and after the performance. Tickets £8 (£10 on the door). Tickets can be purchased at or by calling 07871416975. 28 WHIST DRIVE Chelmorton War Memorial Institute. 7.30pm.

Saturday 29 BAKEWELL FARMERS’ MARKET Agricultural Centre. 9am-2pm. Parking and easy access. Contact 01629 813777. 29 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 10 miles. Moderate. Monyash CP. Monyash circular. 01298 85354. 29 DETOXING THE MIND MEDITATION CLASS from 10.30am -12pm. Ideal self contained class for adult beginners to try meditation. Cost £6 which includes light refreshments. Everyone welcome.Please contact the Centre to book a place. Heart Jewel Buddhist Meditation Centre, Holme Road, Matlock Bath DE4 3NU. For further information please contact us on Tel 01629 581585 or by email 29 FACEPAINTING Mill Yard, Cromford Mill. 10am-4pm. Cost £3 (painted face) or £1 (painted cheek/hand). Come along to Cromford Mills and have your face painted! Why not become a witch, vampire, spider or fairy! Visit for further details or phone 01629 823256. 29 WANTED, AT CROMFORD, CHILDREN OF ALL AGES Cromford Mills. 2.30-4pm. £5 (one accompanying adult free, additional adults £5 each). Limited places, advance booking recommended. Children must be accompanied by an adult. What was it like to live and work in Richard Arkwright’s Cromford? This workshop is aimed at children aged 7-11 and their families. Children will have the opportunity to dress up in millworkers’ costumes before stepping back in time and learning about the jobs in the mills and the way of life of both children and adults in Georgian times. There will also be the chance to have a go at carding and signing an indenture to take away. For further details and ticket bookings please visit or phone 01629 823256. 29 & 30 ARKWRIGHT THE DUCK’S STORYTIME Cromford Mills. 13pm. Free entry. Sir Richard Arkwright of Cromford Mill fame now has a little duck bearing his name… and soon the mill wheels will be turning again, with lots of help and plenty of luck from our little friend, Arkwright the Duck! Join Sue Wilkins as she reads her latest book Arkwright the Duck in drop in storytelling sessions throughout the afternoon. Sue will also be signing copies of her book. Visit for further details or phone 01629 823256. 29 & 30 CELEBRATING THE CROMFORD CANAL Gothic Wharf, Cromford Mill. 10am-4pm. Join the Friends of Cromford Canal and enjoy demonstrations, slideshows and more. There will be horse drawn boat trips on narrowboat ‘Birdswood’ along the Cromford Canal as well as model boat displays, traction engines, tombolas and much more. For further details and reservations contact the Friends of Cromford Canal on 07552 055 455.


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30 A WALK ALONG THE LUMSDALE VALLEY Meet at the layby opposite Highfields School, Lumsdale Road, DE4 5LB. 2-4pm. Cost: £3 – Limited places, advance booking required. A leisurely, guided, one mile walk along this wooded gorge of outstanding natural beauty, exploring the stone ruins, ponds and waterfall that make up this unique industrial valley site. For further details and ticket bookings please visit or phone 01629 823256. 30 BUXTON RAMBLING CLUB Start at Pavilion’s car park, Buxton (next to swimming pool). Walk 1: Chinley – Short up to 8 miles. 10am. Walk 2: Hayfield – Medium 8-12 miles. 9.30am. Anyone welcome. Membership £5 single or £8 family per year. Contact 01298 72230 or 01298 23441. 30 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 10 miles. Monyash CP. Monyash circular. 01298 85354. 30 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 10.5 miles (grade 2). SK 251788. Grindleford Station, Surprise View, Longshaw Estate, Froggatt Edge, Curbar Edge and White Edge. 01246 414410. 30 MATLOCK AND DISTRICT MENCAP SOCIETY TABLE TOP SALE Mencap Centre, Greenaway Lane, Darley Dale. 8am-1pm. Free car parking, toilets. Refreshments. Sellers £6 a table. Please book in advance. 25p admission, children free. Enq. Jackie 07831316582. Gordon 01629 760624. 30 WHITE AND DARK PEAK 7 miles/Grade B/ All day, Start National Trust car park for Longshaw Lodge. Explorer OL 24 and OL 1 SK 266 800 ,Route Longshaw / Nether Padley / Leadmill /Hathersage,Booths / Bole Hill / Longshaw. Notes Dogs on lead/ Pub stop Tel: 01246 853155 or 07410 982664. 30 WHITE ROSE OF STUART LIVING HISTORY SOCIETY Mill Yard, Cromford. 10am-4pm. Free entry. Step back in time at Cromford Mills and meet our Georgian re-enactors who will be dressed in redcoat uniforms. They will also be joined by a Jacobite soldier as well as an apothecary and other civilian characters. Come along and find out more about this period in history and even have your photo taken! Visit for further details or phone 01629 823256.

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CROMFORD W.I. Cromford Institute, The Hill, Cromford. 7.30pm. Alyson Horton - Book Folding and Social. Visitors and new members welcome. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Leisurely. Attenborough Nature Centre. Reserve and river walks. 07814 561590. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 11 miles. Moderate. Alstonefield CP (WC), Long Low, Throwley, Wetton 01629 822479. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 12 miles. Moderate. Winster Top CP. Wensley, Stanton in Peak, Alport. 07910 289481. MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Easy walk 60 - 90 minutes. Meet at Cross Green – by the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Wensley. MATLOCK W.I. Imperial Rooms, Matlock. 7.30pm. A talk by Heather Vickers, entitled 'Eggs aren't just for eating'. Visitors and new members always welcome. Contact 003301136152. MEDITATE IN BUXTON Taking Control of Your Life- Meditation Classes for Everyone. Meditation classes at  Samudra Buddhist Centre, 47 High Street, Buxton, SK17 6HB, 10.30-11.45am. These classes are suitable for everyone. The facility fee is £5 (£4 concession). For more information please contact Samudra Buddhist Centre on 01298 79777 or 07527292908, or e-mail Our website is, and ST HELEN’S LADIES GROUP Joseph Whitworth Room, Whitworth Centre, Darley Dale. 7.30pm. Quiz followed by a light supper contributed by all members. New members very welcome. TIDESWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am Easy walk 60 – 90 minute walks around the Tideswell and the surrounding area. Walks meet on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month at Fountain Square, adjacent to the public toilets. We also share cars to walk further afield. & 9 VICTORIAN STAINED GLASS WINDOWS IN ALL SAINTS CHURCH BAKEWELL The Friends fundraising team at All Saints has arranged guided ‘Walk and Talk’ tours of the Church’s Victorian stained glass windows. The tours will be combined with a light lunch at the Church’s Open Door café. One tour for 12 people at noon with lunch to follow at 1pm. A second group will have lunch at 1pm with the tour to follow at 2pm. The groups are being kept small enough to be informal, but the aim is to raise money for the organ – so there will be a charge of £10 per head. For this you will have the tour, a copy of a specially prepared leaflet with some details of each window, a light lunch, and the satisfaction of contributing to the restoration of the church organ. To join one of the tours please contact /01629 814496 – giving your preferred date and time.

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BAKEWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Progression walk 90 – 120 minutes. Meet at Carlton Lees – Park in pay and display car park. BAKEWELL GUIDED TOUR about one hour at 2pm. Walk from River Wye, up the spine of Bakewell to the only genuine Tudor house in the area. Hear of the many Secrets and Legends woven into the town. £4 charity. Please book at Tourist Info Centre (01629 813227), by 1pm. Meet at TIC. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 8 miles. Moderate. Grindleford station, Longshaw Lodge, Higger Tor. 07748 253001. MATLOCK RAILWAY CLUB Temple Hotel, Matlock Bath. 7.30pm. Sheds in Photography - speaker Chris Banks. Non members welcome- details 07900 244913.

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DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 11am. 4 miles. Extra leisurely. Alstonefield CP (WC’s) Wetton. 01335 343869. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Allestree, Woodlands Lane CP. Local walk. 01332 557887. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Hathersage CP (fee) or roadside. Stanage Edge south. 01335 370436. EDALE W.I. Edale Village Hall. 7.30pm. Speaker 8pm. Treak Cliff, Blue John - Vicky Turner. All visitors male or female very welcome, charge £3 including light refreshments. Info. 01433 670020 or 01433 670138. MATLOCK ADVANCED MOTORISTS indoor meeting at 7.30pm at the Whitworth Centre, Darley Dale – for details of the evening event contact Bill Storey on 01629 812732, non members welcome. Or visit the IAM website at or MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am– Easy walk 60 – 90 minutes. Meet at Rowsley – Peak Village Walkers’ Car Park. MEDITATE IN BUXTON Taking Control of Your Life- Meditation Classes for Everyone. Meditation classes at  Samudra Buddhist Centre, 47 High Street, Buxton, SK17 6HB, 7.30-8.30pm. These classes are suitable for everyone. The facility fee is £4 (£3 concession). For more information please contact Samudra Buddhist Centre on 01298 79777 or 07527292908, or e-mail Our website is, and TANSLEY FILM 7.30pm in Tansley Village Hall. ‘The Dressmaker’ 12A. Tickets are £4 at the door or £20 for any seven films of your choice with our Free Choice card on sale at our cinema. Refreshments available from 7pm. Advance booking is essential - email or phone 01629 584243/07748 545287.


AUCTION OF PROMISES 7.30pm. Loxley Hall, Hope. A varied selection of lots to be auctioned in aid of Cancer Research UK. Entry £3 on the door ( includes glass of wine/soft drink). If you want a refill- bring your own bottle! CASTLETON CINEMA CLUB Village Hall. 7 for 7.30pm start. ‘Bridge of Spies’. Entrance fee. Members £2, visitors £5 automatically becoming members. Hot tea and coffee or soft drink served free of charge or bring your own bottle (glasses provided. Enq. 01433 621058 or DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 6 miles. Moderate. Dimmingsdale Ramblers Retreat, Hawkmoor. 01335 342361. DERBYSHIRE DALES WOODCRAFT CLUB Wyaston Village Hall 10am2pm. The club has about 50 members at varying skill levels, from complete beginner to expert, in woodturning, woodcarving, marquetry and pyrography. “Hands-on” so if you've always wanted to try your hand at woodturning, carving, pyrography etc. come along and have a go. Free entry to the first meeting. Free tea/coffee! Entry fee for visitors is £6, half of which will be credited if you become a member (free tea/coffee). For more info. go to If you would like to know more email your query to or phone James Sharpe on 01335 344933. EYAM PTA BONFIRE NIGHT Come and join us this year for a torch-lit procession of the infamous rat through the village of Eyam. Entertainment in the village square from 6pm, with the parade leaving the square at 6.15pm. Our band-led procession takes you and the rat through the village and up Hawkhill Road to the bonfire at the playing fields, where you can enjoy some fabulous food and drink. The evening will end with a fantastic firework display. Keep an eye on the Eyam School PTA Facebook page for all the latest event details. All funds raised will go to Eyam School PTA, so please come along to support us and join in the fun! - 7 MEET THE ARTIST – JOHN HERMANSEN POTTERY Mill Yard, Cromford Mill. 10am-4pm. Free entry. Stoneware pottery available to purchase. Visit for further details or phone 01629 823256.

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ASHBOURNE ANIMAL WELFARE CHRISTMAS SHOPPING OPEN DAY 11am-4pm.The Ark, Wyaston Rd, Ashbourne. Lots of gifts to buy for Christmas inc. Ark 2017 Calendar and Christmas Cards. Visit the cattery and kennels. Homemade teas and lunches. Do your shopping at The Ark and help the cats and dogs in care. Free admission. Tel 01335 300494 for more info. CRAFT FAIR 10am–4pm. At Loxley Hall, Hope. Refreshments, Bottle Tombola. Free admission. Friends fund raising for Cancer Research UK. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 10 miles. Moderate. Eyam CP (free), Foolow, Abney Moor. 01773 747380. LIVE IN THE TEA ROOM Old Hall Hotel, Market Place, Hope. Franc Cinelli. Tickets £6/£7. Profit goes to British Red Cross Refugee Support. Tel. 0791 333 1078.

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BAKEWELL METHODIST CHURCH COFFEE MORNING Matlock Street, Bakewell. 10am-12noon. The Charity stall is in aid of Matlock Methodist Church. MATLOCK AND DISTRICT HARD OF HEARING CLUB Imperial Rooms, Matlock. 2pm. Speaker Liz Keeley - Life of a Victorian Governess. Names will be taken for Christmas lunch. Tel. 01629 732715. ROLL AND STROLL ACCESSIBLE WALKS – Hassop Station on the Monsal Trail 11am–1pm. Come and join us at Hassop Station Café setting out at along the Monsal Trail for a lovely walk. OXFAM PRE CHRISTMAS SALE Bakewell Town Hall. WHIST DRIVE Join us on the 1st Monday of every month at Biggin Village Hall at 8pm for an enjoyable evening of whist, refreshments and great prizes! Easy adjacent parking & good disabled access. Enquiries please ring Joan on 01335 390377.

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29 & 30 CROMFORD VILLAGE TOURS & NORTH STREET MILLWORKERS’ HOUSE Meet at the Shop in the Yard, Cromford Mill. 11.30am-1pm and 2-3.30pm. Cost: £5 per person (limited places, advance booking recommended on 01629 823256). Follow in the footsteps of hundreds of mill workers with a walk into Cromford village to see and hear more about daily life and Sir Richard Arkwright’s entrepreneurial ideas. There will be the opportunity to visit one of Arkwright’s original houses on North Street and to take a look inside, as well as finding out more about the bear-pit, lock-up, allotments, and the Greyhound pond. For further details and ticket bookings please visit or phone 01629 823256. 29 & 30 CLIMBING WALL – TASTER SESSIONS Gothic Wharf, Cromford Mills. Cost: £3 per person. Have fun ascending the climbing wall. Suitable for all ages and abilities. Visit for further details or phone 01629 823256. 29 & 30 DRAW THE DERWENT VALLEY – FAMILY WORKSHOP Gallery, Cromford Mill. 10am-4pm. Cost: £3 (includes materials) – Children must be accompanied by an adult. Drop in anytime and colour in hand drawn images from the Views from the Derwent Valley exhibition and learn about what you are colouring with artist Ruth Gray. Children and their families will have the opportunity to experiment with a variety of dry media as well as drawing their own favourite Derwent Valley picture. Visit for further details or phone 01629 823256. 29 & 30 DRAGONS, GECKOS AND OTHER FANTASTIC CREATURES Cromford Mills. 10am-4pm. Free entry. Come along and meet a collection of animals including Bearded Dragons, Leopard Geckos, snakes including a Royal Python, a Bosc Monitor, Chinchillas, a Giant Sulcata Tortoise, White Tree Frogs, an African Pygmy Hedgehog, and more! There will also be the opportunity to handle some of the animals in these interactive sessions. Drop in anytime during the day and learn all about these fascinating creatures. Visit for further details or phone 01629 823256. 29 & 30 DRESS LIKE A GEORGIAN Cromford Mills Introductory Space. 10am-5pm. Free entry. Families can step back in time and dress up in Georgian costume. Bring a camera for your very own portrait! Visit for further details or phone 01629 823256. 29 & 30 HORSE DRAWN CANAL BOAT TRIPS Gothic Wharf, Cromford. Enjoy a trip aboard narrow boat Birdswood along the Cromford Canal. For further details and reservations contact the Friends of Cromford Canal on 07552 055455. 29 & 30 GUIDED TOURS Cromford Mills. From 11am thoughout the day. Cost: £5. Come to one of our regular mill tours and find out why Cromford was so important in the industrial revolution. There are also specialist tours throughout the weekend for you to discover a whole range of stories about the history of this amazing place. For further details and ticket bookings please visit or phone 01629 823256. 29 & 30 LANTERN LIT HALLOWE’EN WALK Mill Yard, Cromford Mill. 44.20pm. Free entry. – Children must be accompanied by an adult. Join us for a short lantern lit walk around the mill yard. Bring the lantern you have just made or your own and meet a few spooky characters along the way…if you dare… whilst finding out about some of the Hallowe’en customs. Battery operated candles only. Visit for further details or phone 01629 823256. 29 & 30 MAKE YOUR OWN PAPER LANTERN Cromford Mills. 2-4pm. Cost: £3 – Children must be accompanied by an adult. Make your own colourful lantern to keep the ghosts and ghouls at bay! Drop in anytime for an afternoon of family fun. Why not stay for our Lantern Lit Hallowe’en Walk after the workshop. Visit for further details or phone 01629 823256. 29 & 30 MODEL BOATS ON THE CROMFORD CANAL Gothic Wharf, Cromford. 10am-4pm. Free entry. Nottingham Model Boat Club will be demonstrating their accurately crafted miniature boats on the canal plus a few more unusual items. Visit for further details or phone 01629 823256. 29 & 30 SPOOKY PUMPKIN TRAIL Cromford Mills. 10am-4pm. £1. Follow the spooky trail…if you dare! Discover where all the pumpkins are hidden and win a prize! Entry forms available from the Shop in the Yard. Visit for further details or phone 01629 823256. 29 & 30 ST MARY’S CHURCH – OPEN WEEKEND St Mary’s Church, Cromford. 11am-4pm. Free entry. Visit St Mary’s – Arkwright’s Church in Cromford, originally built as a chapel for the Arkwright family. It was later gothicised and contains murals by renowned Victorian artist Alfred Octavius Hemmings. Refreshments will be served throughout the weekend and visitors will also be able to enjoy organ recitals by Philip Tew and Paul Nash on Saturday from 11.30am-12.30pm & 23pm, and on Sunday from 12.30-1.30pm & 2.30-3.30pm. The Dale End Quartet will also be performing works by Bach, Haydn and Mozart on Sunday from 11am-12noon. 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General Farm Worker General farm worker / tractor driver required for large dairy farm Full-time or part-time considered Duties to include some weekend work Tel: 01629 540266

Work outside, play outside, live outside MILK DELIVERY PERSON required to join our long serving established team. This position will suit someone who enjoys working outdoors and independently. Ideal for anyone wishing to fit a job in around their hobbies, leaving work behind once they’ve finished. 4 nights per week. Please call for more information 01433 651650

x 42 weeks per year x Grade 10 £26,564 to £29,482 per annum pro rata x Required from January 2017 x Working closely with staff, agencies, young people and their families to support the well-being of our students at home and in school. Includes undertaking Early Help Assessments.

Textiles Technician x 18 hours per week. Working pattern to be negotiated x 38 weeks per year x Grade 5 £15,964 to £16,880 per annum pro rata

Food Technology Technician x 24 hours per week. Working pattern to be negotiated x 38 weeks per year x Grade 5 £15,964 to £16,880 per annum pro rata

Casual Fitness Instructor and Lifeguard An opportunity is available for a professional gym instructor to work on a casual basis, covering for holiday, sickness and at busy times within the private gymnasium on the Chatsworth estate; opening hours Monday to Friday (7.00am to 8.00pm) and Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays (8.00am to 1.30pm). The Chatsworth Gym is small but well equipped, with both male and female sauna facilities and a separate pool and tennis court. You will work mainly in the gym providing inductions and training whilst paying attention to swimmers in the pool via CCTV; assisting on pool side when required. Applicants must have the ability to provide excellent customer service, whilst actively giving professional advice, guidance and encouragement to all members of the gymnasium, swimming pool and tennis club. Due to the casual nature of work offered, flexibility is essential. Ideally applicants should have a level 3 advanced fitness instructor certificate or a recognised leisure management qualification with relevant experience working in the leisure industry. A lifeguard qualification (NPLQ/ RLSS) and a current first aid at work certificate are essential.

Closing date for all posts: 2 November 2016 For further details and to apply

web: email: phone: 01629 812671

To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to: The HR Department, Chatsworth Estate Office, Edensor, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1PJ or via email Call 01246 565339 or visit for more information

Valley Care are Recruiting Kind, Caring, Considerate people to join their team of excellent Carers in and around the Hope Valley. Various shifts available, good rates of pay + Bonus + Travel. Experience not essential. All training provided. Car Driver Essential. If you would like an application form or to come into the office for an informal chat please ring Sharon on 01433 623066. We look forward to meeting you!

Recruitment System Administrator Trac Systems Ltd, an established company based in Bakewell, has been providing recruitment support to NHS Trusts and Local Government for over 16 years. With more than 40 new organisations on board this year, including the whole of NHS Wales, we now have around 45% of NHS Trusts and Health Boards across England and Wales using or confirmed to start using Trac. Due to this rapid and continuing growth we are once again looking to recruit motivated individuals to join our team of dynamic, hard-working staff. Based in our busy office in Deepdale Business Park, the majority of your work will involve operating the recruitment database and supporting users of the system (recruiting managers and HR staff) to provide a premium service. YOU WILL NEED TO HAVE: • Excellent computer skills with experience of using web-based systems • A confident and professional telephone manner • Good organisational skills and the ability to prioritise a busy workload • A strong work ethic • Motivation • Enthusiasm • Attention to detail • Evidence of team working skills and the ability to build strong working relationships • Problem Solving Skills This is an excellent opportunity for a recent graduate or someone with a good level of education who wants to work within a fast paced environment. You will enjoy working to tight deadlines and be committed to excellent customer service. In return we offer promotion opportunities for candidates who have the right skills and abilities. Full in-house training will be provided. Please be aware that we are not a recruitment agency and it is strongly recommended you view our website SALARY: Starting at £17,382 per year, rising to £17,920 after 8 weeks probation + pension. HOURS: Full Time, Monday-Friday, 37.5 hours per week FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND TO APPLY, PLEASE GO TO: CLOSING DATE: Sunday, 30th October 2016 PLEASE NOTE: Interviews will be held on Monday, 7th November 2016

are looking to recruit


in Bakewell, High Peak, Darley Dale, Matlock and Wirksworth We have full-time and part-time hours and also require


Hours are to include early morning start, tea and evening work and weekend cover. Disclosure, training costs and uniform all met by the company. We offer excellent rates of pay with good mileage advance and weekend rates. Please contact Honour for further information on

01629 735100 07772 783972 or

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Must be flexible with hours

Weekend waiting on staff required Tel: 01433 620834

David Mellor Design Museum PART-TIME SERVING AND KITCHEN ASSISTANT We are currently seeking a reliable, flexible and well-presented member of staff for serving and general kitchen duties in our Design Museum Café. The ideal candidate must have enthusiasm, excellent communication skills and commitment to providing quality service. Previous front of house experience preferred. 16 hours per week worked over lunchtimes. No evenings but occasional weekends. Please send your CV to: Sherrie Mason, David Mellor Design Ltd, The Round Building, Hathersage, S32 1BA Sherrie Mason on 01433 650220

David Mellor Design MAIL ORDER PROCESSOR AND CUSTOMER SERVICE ASSISTANT We require an energetic, punctual and wellorganised person to join our small team. Working in our growing mail order department you will be involved in the daily picking, packing and processing of online and telephone orders alongside providing a high level of customer service by both phone and email. Previous experience in a sales or customer service role required. 39 hours per week worked between Friday-Tuesday. Please send your CV to: Kristie Lawton, David Mellor Design Ltd, The Round Building, Hathersage, S32 1BA

Reliable and energetic person required to pick and pack customer orders for our busy mail order department. The role will also assist unpacking and shelving incoming deliveries. Previous experience working in a picking/packing and warehouse environment an advantage. Must be numerate and literate with basic IT skills and a high level of accuracy and attention to detail. Good level of fitness required. 3 months seasonal contract 1 Nov 2016-31 Jan 2017. 36 hours per week over 5 days to include some weekends. Apply with CV to: Kristie Lawton, David Mellor Design Limited, The Round Building, Hathersage, Hope Valley, S32 1BA

We are looking for 2 part-time sales assistants to join our busy, family run team. We need people who are enthusiastic and hard working, with great people skills!

10-18 hours per week Mondays/Thursdays/Fridays & weekends. Must be available for school holidays.

Please collect an application form from the shop or email your CV to Matlock Street, Bakewell DE45 1EE Tel: 01629 812993

WEEKEND WAITING-ON STAFF POT WASHERS BAR STAFF We are looking to recruit staff to join our friendly team. Must be smart, reliable and able to work under pressure in this busy little pub – training will be given Please telephone Jeanne on 01298 871458

If you want a rewarding job that is different give Kate or Caroline a call on

~ Bath Street, Bakewell DE45 1BY ~

01433 631380 or email

DOMESTIC CLEANING STAFF REQUIRED We have a position available in the Hope Valley. 16 hours weekly, within school hours; must be mobile (Travel allowance paid). Good rates of pay and benefits.

Phone Poppies (Baslow) 01246 583800


The Ashford Arms Ashford-in-the-Water, Nr Bakewell


HAIR AND BEAUTY Hair-stylist required

TEL: Bakewell 01629 810511

MOBILE HAIRDRESSER GENTLEMEN AND BOYS BARBER Experienced and reliable. Call Teresa 07974 960209.


Piedaniel’s Restaurant FULL-TIME

COMMIS CHEF required Please send CV to Eric or Christiana also PART-TIME

POT WASHER Tuesday - Friday, daytime and evenings For more information, contact Eric or Christiana on 01629 812687


Pomeroy, Nr Flagg, Buxton UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT require full and part-time staff

Cook/Chef Must have experience also

Cleaner Bar/Waiting-on Kitchen Staff Experience not required as training can be given Contact Bridget on

01298 83345 / 0779 195 0756

Friendly & reliable service at a time to suit you




Central • Buxton Road/Lumford • Station Road/Coombs Road

PART-TIME AND WEEKEND COVER Minimum Level 2 required, Level 3 preferred

Cromford, Curbar Stoney Middleton Bradwell



Please call 01433 621 219 to apply or send CV to info& with your desired position

SITUATIONS VACANT SHOP ASSISTANT required to work Fridays and Saturdays in an independent knitwear shop in Bakewell. Also required a Shop Assistant for 24 hours work Monday to Friday. Flexible hours for both vacancies. Please email or telephone 01789 209229 for more information. CLEANING PERSON IS REQUIRED for the Quaker Meeting House in Bakewell. 2 hours a week, hours negotiable. 01629 258253 Chris Holbrooke.

Long Rake Spar, processors and distributors of decorative aggregates to a wide cross section of industries are looking to recruit: -

EXPERIENCED FITTER MECHANIC/FABRICATOR Previous experience working with mobile, static plant, compressors, and welding is highly desired. You will be working in both workshop and on-site environments, which will involve physically demanding work. The plant operates on a 24 hour basis so out of hours call outs could be part of this role. You must be safety aware and prepared to work on various sites when required although the main role will be based at our site in Youlgrave. Mobile plant, workshop, plant maintenance and manual handling qualifications would be desirable but not essential as training will be given. Candidates must have a clean driver’s licence. Please send a CV to Kenny Dean. Email:

Mobile Hairdresser

Please call Karen on

07704 440 656



Heirlooms Ever After

Jayley Faux Fur Shawls, Wraps, Gilets and more, Peach Accessories, Disney Couture Jewellery, Pia Rossini Cruise Wear and much more! Award winning bespoke bridal hair accessories and fascinators, embroidered garters, cloche hats, leather gloves and new items being added each week. Our little boutique in Granby Arcade may be small but it’s a hidden gem full of the finest ladies’ accessories. Open Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday 1pm-4pm. Tel: 01629 732745 / Mob: 07800 895382

PERSONAL IS YOUR DRINKING A PROBLEM? Need help? Friendship? Support? If so, find out more about our Derbyshire Dales Support Group (North Derbyshire Alcohol Advice Service). Tel. 01246 206514 for details. Help-line every Tuesday evening between 6pm and 8pm and 01246 206514 or 204344.

FOOT CLINIC NOW OPEN Bakewell Town Hall, Bath Street. Call Susan Kearns Dip CFHP MPS Pract. 07527 476548 for appointment. Home visits available. FOOT HEALTH PROFESSIONAL Home visiting practice. Call Kate Nixon MCFHP MAFHP 07724 660428. Fully insured.


Learn from an experienced musician and teacher. Courses to suit any age or level. Beginners welcome For full details contact: Nigel Barton B.A. (Hons) Jazz, G.L.C.M

01433 631769

MUSIC TUITION on bass guitar, guitar, pianos and ukelele. Your place or mine. Matlock Music Shop. 01629 760670.

FOUND KITTEN FOUND Darley Dale area on 12/10/16. Female. With collar. Contact Peter or Ruth on 01629 735524.

FREE TRIAL ART LESSON with professional artist, Diane Kettle B.A. Hons (Fine Art). Cert. Ed. No obligation. Children and adults welcome. 30 years’ teaching experience. Details: 01629 636763.



VICTORIA HUTCHINSON Fully qualified All hair types, cuts, colours and blowdrys


Smalldale and Hungry Lane areas

Part-time Vacancy

AT LITTON Requires

are looking for friendly, reliable staff to join the expanding Care Team. We are an accredited provider with an excellent reputation for delivering quality care in your local community. Flexible hours available including evenings and weekends. Good rates of pay, a weekend enhancement plus travel allowance. Full training provided and professional qualifications available.

Telephone 01629 812725 or email CV to



B ity JOortun


Weekend pot washer required


p op

Tilly’s Tea Rooms


Guitar Lessons £10 per 1/2 hour

For fun or to achieve exams call Lisa

01629 593643 FREE TRIAL PIANO LESSON offered by Concert Pianist. Details www.pianoartist or tel. 01629 581475.

Piano Lessons BEGINNERS TO EXAM LEVEL Just phone

01629 259178 / 07854 446958


Congratulations on passing your driving test first time

Charlie Lofthouse and Elliott Workman Best wishes from


Piano Lessons

Experienced Teacher All ages welcome Beginners onwards Hazel Henderson Buxton 01298 938958

WANTED MATLOCK & DISTRICT MENCAP SOCIETY will collect bric-a-brac and jumble. Enquiries ring Jackie 07831 316582.


Furniture from the 50s, 60s and 70s Long sideboards etc. Also old dolly tub CASH PAID

TEL: 07885 327753 TALL LARDER CUPBOARD or similar wanted for kitchen. 07870 729119.




01629 356018




1960S TO 1980S

Tel: 01246 850442 WILL COLLECT

Your Totally Independent Local Newspaper

Qualified teacher offers help with your child’s confidence and understanding Dyslexia specialist Call Jane 01433 639631

GUITAR REPAIRS Re-stringing and servicing at Matlock Music Shop. 01629 760670.

Beginners to AS/A2 any age!



French native Tutor Advanced experience with excellent results in GCSE and A level exams Tel: Anyès 01433 651946 e:

Experienced, effective teacher Excellent exam results

For more information ring Annette on 0784 035 1686 or email

LOTS OF KITTENS, young and older cats all looking for loving permanent homes. We need your help. Please consider giving a cat a second chance. Visit or call in at RSPCA Animal Centre, Spital Lane, Chesterfield 01246 273358.


Fully qualified & insured

01433 651263 07840 345526

01629 55534 now on the web:

Window cleaning Powerwashing Decorating Building repairs Call Mark on 01629 640540 / 07971 894476


Fully Insured

SEASONED HARDWOOD LOGS £75 for 1½ bulk bags. Free delivery. 07515 711323. QUALITY BARN DRIED SEASONED HARDWOOD LOGS for sale. 07929 390810/07776 236272. Calver area.

Flexible and reliable Matlock/Bakewell area 01629 581885

• Reliable and trustworthy • One-offs or regular cleaning • Competitive rates

TUITION IN MaThs and PhysIcs

by mature, friendly graduate. Many local references.

07525 241462



Give Jon a call on 07891 589267 - here to help quickly

JILL MIDDLETON 01298 872444 Email: web:


• Domestic and commercial • End of tenancy Fully • Towed and static caravans • Car interiors insured M: 07891 365254 T: 01433 623457 E: Web:


Low cost computer repairs throughout the Peak District Home visits or express takeaway-return service



Virus removal, Connection / Internet / Wireless problems Repairs, Re-installs, Upgrades, Data Recovery. We also supply new hard drives, memory, routers etc. Over 15 years’ experience, free friendly advice Computers / Laptops securely recycled


Call Dave on

07859 821214

01629 732122 or 07950 495727

IN WARDLOW, NR BAKEWELL •Underfloor heating. •All diets catered for. •Scratch poles, toys. •FAB (Feline Advisory Bureau) listed cattery. Wardlow, nr Bakewell •Home from home, plenty of TLC. •Own bedroom & own exercise area.

Having problems with your PC/Tablet? Setup, Email, Word, etc... Not sure how to get the best from it? Let me help you with your life online! Competitive rates



PAUL’S CLEANING SERVICES 01629 55071 or 07973 671 386



Clearing up your IT worries

01433 621169 or 07999 983851



QUIET, CARING HOMES needed for friendly, nervous cats. Tel. 08453 712754. Cats Protection League. ANGEL WINGS ANIMAL RESCUE is always looking for permanent, caring homes for cats www.angelwings 07512 965665. WE ARE A CARING VOLUNTARY GROUP SET UP TO OFFER SANCTUARY TO CATS Adopting from us gives our cats a chance of a better life with a caring new owner. Our cats will be neutered vaccinated and wormed and treated for flea’s before being offered for adoption. If you can help please ring 01298 816200 or visit our website

Peak Valley IT

Professional carpet and upholstery cleaner

FREE FREE DELIVERY, DELIVERY, see see website website for for details details T: 07880 741884 T: 07880 07880741884 741884


We are fully insured and licensed. Please see our website for more details.

Mobile: 07761 656702 Email:

• Professional, family-run business

COAL & LOGS We can offer dog boarding for your dog in our home which is spacious and secure.

PC/Laptops safely recycled

Tel: 01629 580712

07508 850070

LOGS – 1.5 tons £70 £75

HOME VISITS 7 DAYS Repairs, Speed issues, Installs, Upgrades, Viruses, Internet, Wireless, Data Retrieval, Broadband, Servicing, etc.


Dog Walker (DBS Certified)

Quality P.C. repairs throughout the Peak District


LITTON LOGS Firewood & Briquettes

CLOSING DOWN All bagged stock to go Ring Mark on 07801 928 927


Tel: 01629 630056 / 07909 920877 – 7 days

DRY STONE WALLING SERVICES QUALITY WALLING SERVICES Specialist in drystone walling and all other types of wall builds/repairs. 07824 367065.

Established over 15 years • • • • •

Domestic Cleaning Spring Cleaning Ironing undertaken Elderly or disabled households a specialty All those tiresome household chores we can do for you




BUILDING/DIY LIMESTONE, gritstone, sandstone, building stone supplied. Walling stone, top soil and aggregate supplied. 07966 210181/01298 687465. 2ND GRADE SAND for sale suitable for bedding, farm tracks etc 07966 210181/01298 687465.

SEASONED HARDWOOD FREE delivery within 10 miles of Haddon Hall (also kindling sticks) Tel: 01629 810911 E-mail:


I clear all kinds of guttering and down pipes on all kinds of properties, quickly and efficiently, terraced houses to semis, bungalows to country estates, everything left clean and tidy and I will always turn up and do the job, no let downs. Phone Chris 07984 070617 or email

Hardwood Logs Ltd Naturally seasoned and kiln-dried hardwood logs available for collection or delivery Buy 10 ETS N KILN DRIED GET 2 FREE (Collection


CLEANERS LADY AVAILABLE FOR CLEANING HOUSES 2 mornings per week, 3 hours each day. £10 per hour wanted. Location between Bakewell and Matlock. Please tel. Carol 07548 996876 or 01629 733313.


Floor Sanders, Drills, Ladders, Cement Mixers, Heaters, Driers & Lots More

8 23


RECLAIMED OAK STRIP FLOORING fixing service available. 07743 699058. WOOD FLOORS sanding and sealing. 07743 699058.

PLASTER CORNICE restored professionally. Call C. Flack 01629 57303/07830 770962.


DAMP PROOFING, TIMBER TREATMENT AND PLASTERING 30 year guarantee. Derbyshire Dales Damp proofing. Est. over 25 years. 01629 584484/07984 323001.

07743 699058 CURTAIN MAKING ROMAN BLINDS, CURTAINS Cushions and more. Please call 01433 623225.


TV & Radio aerial installation Multipoint installations TV Wall Mounting

plus over 25 years experience


01433 440 419 01298 875 766 07702 471 029

FOR HIRE BOB-CAT, mini-digger, tractor and dump trailer and dumpers for hire with or without driver. 07966 210181/01298 687465.


New & Reclaimed



Old clocks repaired and restored at reasonable 6 prices


PEAK OVEN CLEANING we clean your oven, no mess, no fuss. For free quote 07713 125503.


RECLAIMED MAPLE STRIP FLOORING fixing service available. 07743 699058.


Course works towards KC Puppy Foundation Certificate. Venue: Cromford Community Centre, Cromford.

Microchipping service available

D.B Home Computer Repairs



Bathing, grooming & Clipping

Tel: Helen 01629 580567

PETS SHEFFIELD DOG RESCUE has many dogs, all healthy and vaccinated, looking for permanent homes. All ages and sizes, all cross breeds. 07748 620740. DO YOU HAVE A STRAY CAT PROBLEM? Do you need financial help to have your cat neutered/spayed? Do you need advice on the care of your cat? If so, contact Derby Branch of Cats Protection, 31 Wardwick, Derby, DE1 1HA, or tel. 01332 206956 or visit our website on or e m a i l

Pamper your pooch






CARPET CLEANING and domestic cleaning. Competitive rates. Call Neil 07799 608691.


BOOST YOUR CHILD’S CONFIDENCE IN MATHS OR ENGLISH Qualified, experienced, motivating and encouraging KS2/3 teacher. Call Jane on 01298 871958, Mobile 07908 088319.




KS1 & 2 English and Maths



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TV Aerial & Satellite Services FREE ESTIMATES • • • •

Digital aerials and satellites fitted TV wall mounting Telephone Points CCTV supplied and fitted



01629 312196


TOOL HIRE BAKEWELL Unit 2c, Station Road Ind. Est. Bakewell

Phone: 813472

WACKER PLATE. Ride on roller for hire. 07966 210181/01298 687465.

Wholesale enquiries welcome Simon and Jackie Ludlam, Holly Grange Farm, Lea Moor, Lea, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 5RA

POULTRY WARREN POINT OF LAY PULLETS £10 each. Silkie Lavender Pekin and Pekins, 16 weeks old. £10 each. 01629 734667.

01629 534475


antenna ltd Aerial and Satellite Contractors Ltd • Aerial systems • Freesat • DAB • Multiroom

• Digital systems • Satellite systems • Telephone multipoints • Plasma, LED and LCD wall mounting

T: 01298 814641 / 01629 338010 M: 0777 816 5881 E:

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SKIP LOADERS SKIP LOADERS, DUMPERS for hire. 07966 210181 or 01298 687465.




CONCRETE PANELS supply and fitting service or supply only. For silage pits, retaining walls etc 07966 210181, 01298 687465.

Anything (20 miles from Bakewell) considered. Cash up to £75,000. 07886 004254

DOMESTIC CLEARANCE HOUSE CLEARANCE Garages, sheds, also tools, pottery, silver and gold. Anything considered. Good prices paid. 07967 202357.

PROPERTY TO LET MARKET PLACE, CROMFORD 2 storey, 1 bedroom flat, includes gas and electric. £500 pcm. 07759 325425.


2 BEDROOMED UNFURNISHED MID TERRACED HOUSE MILFORD, BAKEWELL Kitchen, Living Room, 2 bedrooms, family bathroom shared yard, outside storage shed and large cellar Residents’ parking available Available immediately £550 per calendar month. Email Tel 07889048506


3 BEDROOMED SELF-CONTAINED UN-FURNISHED FLAT IN BAKEWELL TOWN CENTRE 3 bedrooms, dining room, kitchen, living room and family bathroom This property has direct private access on to Matlock Street and is right in the centre of Bakewell It also benefits from a large private roof terrace. Available immediately £625 per calendar month. Email Tel 07889 048506

MOBILE HOMES TO LET AT £90 PER WEEK On quiet site in Stoney Middleton Minimum 6 month tenancy • Adults only Must have references • No pets

£90 per week Please contact Tony on 07714 749 778

ROWSLEY Near Bakewell

Beautiful, ground floor, large 1 bedroom apartment, secluded location, stunning views, private parking, fully furnished £695 per month inc. all bills T: 07986 000 000 (real number) or T: 07912 548093

1 month in advance + £500 bond


Your Local Letting Agent Country Lettings


2 bed cottage, garden to rear, quiet location, pet considered £575 pcm


Contact us to join the waiting list Contact us for more details

01298 71815 / 07565 857288 Like us on facebook –



Hope Clinic, Eccles Close, Hope S33 6RG Special introductory rates Call Tony or Karen on 01629 814991

OFFICE REQUIRED OFFICE REQUIRED (around 600 square feet) in the Hope Valley area for fundraising business, not public facing, established business, trading since 1995. Please contact either Wendy or Penny on 01433 621882 after business hours on 07740 983831.


Office 1, Lumford Mill – Ground Floor – 465 sqft Unit 3 – Workshop – 1154 sqft UNDER OFFER *Prices are exclusive of VAT, insurance and Estate/Service Charges which may apply and utility bills are recharged depending on the usage for that unit/ office space For further information and to view, please contact

LITTON PROPERTIES LTD Tel: 01629 810820 or Email:



Tel: 07802 901133 Email:



• Clean secure and dry individual lockable storage rooms with concrete floor • Short or long-term rental. Please enquire for further details Call Stephen on 01433 630312



ITALY, AMALFI COAST Small, B&B in traffic-free mountain village above Positano. Ideal quiet retreat with modern conveniences and kitchen facilities. All rooms en-suite with panoramic sea views. Good walking base with regular local bus service. English speaking host. Airport transfers can be arranged. Tel: Penny Marrone 01954 210681 email: penny.marrone@ Photos and further information including prices: www.

MAN AND TRANSIT VAN for hire. 2 vans available for larger moves. Any distance, free quote, cheap rates. Call Simon 07827 965356 for a fast friendly service. MAN AND TRANSIT VAN for hire. Any distance, any size, no job too small. Free quote. Call Geoff for fast service. 07967 202357. HANDY MAN WITH A VAN painting, gardening, fencing, pointing, small house moves, collection and delivery long distance. 07713 125503.



ARE SEEKING QUOTATIONS FOR MOWING OF THE GRASS IN ASHFORD PLAYING FIELD, CEMETERIES, CHURCHYARD AND VERGES The successful candidate will be required to have public liability insurance, and evidence of competence. For further details, and Schedule of Work, please contact the Clerk at:

NOTICES DERBYSHIRE DALES DISTRICT COUNCIL Town and Country Planning Act 1990 Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 Notice is hereby given that applications have been made to Derbyshire Dales District Council for planning permission/listed building consent in the Central Area in the fortnight commencing 3rd October 2016 as follows: 16/00612/FUL – Erection of porch – 1 Yew Tree Cottages, Alfreton Road, The Cliff, Matlock (C) 16/00649/ADV – Erection of sign – Matlock Cricket Club, Causeway Lane, Matlock (C) 16/00697/LBALT – Internal Alterations – 4 Market Place, Wirksworth (L) 16/00702/ADV – Replacement signage – Kostas Restaurant, 138 North Parade, Matlock Bath (L)(C) 16/00704/OUT – Outline application for residential development of up to 50 dwellings – Land west of Millers Green, Wirksworth (F)(S)(D) 16/00713/FUL – Change of use and conversion of chapel to 6 no. flats – Derbyshire Dales Christian Centre, Chapel Lane, Wirksworth (C) 16/00718/FUL – Erection of 15m mast with associated antenna dishes, generator and cabinets – North of Burrows Lane, Burrows Lane, Middleton by Wirksworth 16/00722/LBALT – Replacement signage – Kostas Restaurant, 138 North Parade, Matlock Bath (L) 16/00733/FUL – Installation of external glazed screen – Slinter Cottage, Via Gellia Road, Bonsall (L)(C) 16/00734/LBALT – External glazed screen and internal alterations including new staircase – Slinter Cottage, Via Gellia Road, Bonsall (L) 16/00749/ADV – Replacement advertisements – 5 Dale Road, Matlock (C) Applications with the suffix F may affect a Footpath Applications with the suffix L may affect the character of a Listed Building Applications with the suffix C may affect a Conservation Area Applications with the suffix S may affect the setting of a Listed Building Applications with the suffix D The development is a departure from the provisions of the development plan The applications may be inspected on-line between 9am and 5pm Monday-Friday at the Town Hall, Matlock or at Any person wishing to make representations about any of the applications should do so in writing within 21 days to the Regulatory Services Section, Town Hall, Matlock, DE4 3NN, quoting the relevant application number.

LICENSING ACT 2003 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A PREMISES LICENCE Name of applicant: Joanne Marie Fitchew Address of premises: 15 St Johns Street Wirksworth, Derbyshire Post Code: DE4 4DR It is proposed to licence the above premises under the Licensing Act 2003 to permit: 1. The sale of alcohol, on and off the premises between the hours of 12.00 and 23.00. Sundays 22.00 2. Show Films and plays between the hours of 11.30 and 23.00. Sundays 22.00 3. Play recorded music between the hours of 11.30 and 23.00. Sundays 22.00 4. Play acoustic music between the hours of 11.30 and 23.00. Sundays 22.00 The full application can be inspected during office hours (9am-5pm) by contacting the Licensing Team at address below, or by email: or telephone (01629) 761313 Representations can be made IN WRITING between: Date: 13/10/16 and 10/11/16 (emailed representations must contain full name and address) To: Licensing Manager, Regulatory Services, Derbyshire Dales District Council, Town Hall, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3NN. (Telephone: 01629 761374) It is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application which carries a maximum fine of £5,000 on summary conviction.

PEAK DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY PLANNING ADVERTS TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990 Peak District National Park Authority, has received applications for Planning Permission/ Listed Building Consent/ Conservation Area Consent listed in the schedule below. Copies of the application(s) and plans are open for inspection by all interested persons during office hours for the next 21 days. The application form, plans and drawings and site location plan may also be viewed on the Planning pages of the website at If you wish to comment please write to the Chief Executive, Peak District National Park Authority, Aldern House, Baslow Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1AE within that time. Please note that the Authority now permits members of the public and consultees to address its committees, including those which determine planning applications. Please contact this office if you require details. In the event of an appeal against a refusal of planning permission for a householder application, which is to be dealt with on the basis of representations in writing, any representations made about the application will be sent to the Secretary of State, and there will be no further opportunity to comment at appeal stage Application Number: NP/DDD/1016/1007 Reason For Advert: This site lies within Baslow and Bubnell Conservation Area Proposal: Proposed two storey extension and associates works Location: Rose Hill Farm Cottage, School Lane, Baslow, DE45 1SG Application Number: NP/DDD/1016/0976 Reason For Advert: This site lies within Great Longstone Conservation Area Proposal: To enlarge the existing driveway to the property. The existing stone wall is to be demolished and relocated 2 metres across. Location: Miers Cottage, The Mires, Great Longstone Application Number: NP/DDD/0916/0960 Reason For Advert: This site lies within Chelmorton Conservation Area Proposal: Replacement of existing single storey outbuilding to the rear of the property to extend kitchen. Location: Lower Acre Farm, Main Street, Chelmorton Application Number: NP/DDD/1016/0990 Reason For Advert: This site lies within Monyash Conservation Area Proposal: Proposed insertion of new opening and window to eastern elevation. Location: Ash Barn, Church Street, Monyash Application Number: NP/DDD/0916/0916 Reason For Advert: This building is listed as being of architectural interest and lies within Bakewell Conservation Area Proposal: 1 Hanging sign in place of the old shop owners signage above front door onto King Street 1 Sign over rear door in courtyard in replacement of old shop owners sign1 small plaque on front door 1 strip sign on frame of front display window. All signs to just have website address, logo and World of Bushcraft on them Location: Kings Court, King Street, Bakewell Application Number: NP/DDD/0916/0892 Reason For Advert: This building is listed as being of architectural interest and lies within Hathersage Conservation Area Proposal: Listed Building Consent - Repairs and replacement of doors, windows, guttering, paving and roof. Location: Valerian Cottage, 2 Main Road, Hathersage Application Number: NP/DDD/0916/0964 Reason For Advert: This building is listed as being of architectural interest and lies within Monyash Conservation Area Proposal: Replacement of existing timber windows with new timber spiral balanced sash and casements. Location: Ivy House, Church Street, Monyash

FOR SALE KING EXPENSIVE BRAND NEW MATTRESS was £599, could deliver bargain £99. 07508 447711. DOUBLE EXTRA DEEP MATTRESS still shop wrapped was £499 delivered £99. 07508 447711. SINGLE 10” LUXURY DEEP BRAND NEW MATTRESS could deliver just £79. 07508 447711. TOP OF THE RANGE FOLDING MASSAGE TABLE with face hole. Beige colour. Metal legs. As brand new condition. Cost £375 accept £150 ono. 07977 640103. PARKER KNOLL SETTEE AND CHAIR Embossed, fawn. £20 ono. 01629 734667. MACLAREN TECHNO XT grey footmuff £12 good cond. Fisher Price LUV U zoo musical activity baby gym, boxed £15 good cond; Tommee Tippee electric steam steriliser £15 good cond. Brand new girl’s vibrating baby bouncer £15, new boxed; Hand knitted blue baby blanket £7; Hand knitted blue/white/purple thick baby blanket £8, new; Baby sleeping gro bags 0-6 mths, 2.5 tog etc. £5 good cond. Baby sleeping gro bag Mamma Papas 6-18 months £6 good cond cream. 01629 813637. ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR free to good home, good cond. buyer collect. 01629 823993. MONARCH INTERNAL STABLE PARTITIONS to make 6 stables, hay racks and feed troughs. Ex. cond. 07712 621775.

LOTS OF BOXES FREE different sizes. Ideal for moving house. All made up but could be flat packed. Buyer to collect. Nr Hartington. 01298 84915. TITCHMARSH & GOODWIN SOLID ENGLISH OAK HAND MADE (drop leaf) OVAL DOUBLE GATELEG DINING TABLE (170cm x 118cm) complete with 4 ladder back chairs with the popular woven rush seat pads, (2 carver chairs may be purchased separately) superb quality, ex. cond., (save £000's on new cost today) absolute bargain £750 Please call or text 07944 19798 (can email photos if required). BMW MINI WHEELS and Winter Tyres, Pirelli Snow Control 175/65/R15 (50% worn) on genuine MINI steel wheels with hub caps. £150 ono Matlock Area 07816 920788 17” ALLOY WHEEL FOR FIESTA ST M6 (2002 2008). A bit scuffed but with nearly new 205/40 tyre £35. Portable gas (bottle) heater £20; Gent’s bike 26” wheel 15 gears (no suspension) reasonable cond. £15 Upright fridge/freezer H176 W53 D 51 cms. Was built in, but would suit outhouse/garage £30 Small dark wood cabinet 84x36x33 cms for books/DVDs etc £10. 07733 117205.

IKEA OFFICE CHAIR £20. Farmhouse kitchen table with small drawer £100. Oak bedside cupboard £25. Rush seat dining chair £8. 01298 937582. LADIES SALOPETTES - ex. cond., black, White Stuff label, size small (UK 8 12), only worn twice £15 ono. 07871 055548. BROTHER ALL IN ONE MFC1910W MODEL FAX COPY PRINT SCAN With full ink cartridge still in packet black ink only £30 only; TOMTOM start 25 Europe very little used including box and cable to charge up as new £25. 01629 735569. 4 GUN SECURITY CABINET ex. cond. Double locks complete with 2 sets of keys. £50 ono. 01629 540490. FENDER brass and wrought iron with dog irons and tools. £150. 01298 70941. BABY WEAVER ADVENTURE 3 WAY CARRIER front and back carrier. Never been used or taken out of bag. £15. Light teak table 63"X36".29" high no scratches, 6 faux chairs to match no marks good cond. non smoker selling because moved into smaller house £125. Fisher Price baby rocker chair, clean no marks plays music and vibrates bought from new. £25 ono. Pink 4 wheel baby walker with music bear on front plus toys good cond. £15 ono. 01629 823025/07842 705607. SILVER CROSS PINK BLACK BUGGY as new no marks kept at grandparents, hardly used £50. 01629 823025/07765 558090. ELKA ORLA 2 MANUAL ELECTRIC ORGAN (r410) vgc - free to good home. Panasonic dvd/cd player with 5 surround sound speakers ex. cond. £30. Nest of 3 tables £15 ono. 07759 903655 Hartington.

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NEW 'TROOPER HERITAGE CANVAS BACKPAC' in grey H37 W30 D17cm rrp £40 now £30 ono. New Keen 'Venice H2' ladies waterproof walking sandals size 6 rrp £70 now £60 ono 07778 008955 Buxton. WARDROBE and side unit including drawers (Alston) maple finished £70. Matlock 07840 766138 GARDEN SHREDDER £20. Micromark tower fan heater £25. Black wrought iron fire irons £30. 01629 733246. ORIGINAL VICTORIAN CAST IRON FIREPLACE £100. Solid wood mantel piece £50. Kids space storage drawers £3, Peacock feather pattern new blue curtains £10. Stunning door fronted bookcases £70 each. Single bed head £5. Vintage wooden doll’s cot £3; Shopping bag full of Lego £20. Matlock area 07957 820046.




01629 356018 HEXAGONAL FISH TANK and stand £25 ono. Btwin child's bike, needs some adjustments £15. Large amount of geomagnetic £20. Large amount of KNex £20. 07741 492026. YAMAHA E 403 ELECTRONIC KEYBOARD ex. cond. ideal Christmas present £100; Exercise bike (DAVINA) with heart monitor £20 ono. 01629 823673. BLACK LEATHER OFFICE CHAIR and stool vgc would like £45. 07523 152611. PAVING BLOCKS Approx 180 paving blocks in red/brown/ochre colour. £10. Buyer to collect. 07914 757134. HI FI UNIT record player, tape to tape, radio, CD player only £10 plus free shelving unit that fits in with storage for records and drawers. Working but radio crackles whilst tuning in. Large quality display wall unit feathered walnut, cathedral glass, mirrored back, drawer, cupboards with shelves, vgc. House move forces sale, cost over £500. Bargain £99 ono. Garden shredder on wheels £25; Lawnmower £20; 4 high back patio chairs white £10. Matlock 07887 388950. NIKON D 200 CAMERA (in ex. cond.) sale includes fitted twin battery pack,2 batteries included, 2 Lexar compact flash media (1x8 gb 1x4gb) 1 x 2 month old Nikor primary lens AFS Nikor 50 mm F 1.8g. Instruction manual (battery charger) Cable from camera to computer, Shoulder carrying strap. Also if buyer wants a Gigotto (professional aluminum tripod. Camera fully charged and ready for action. Genuine reason for sale. 01298 84323. STRIMMER ELECTRIC £10. Folding bike and bag suitable for caravan etc £45. Telescope and stand £35. MTD Petrol woodchipper 5hp £200. Technics SXK200 music keyboard £10. Oak leatherette topped table and chair £50. 01433 621383 3 SEATER SETTEE plus armchair. Solid oak framed with beige material covering. Ex. cond. from non-smoking home. Must sell as downsizing. £50 ono. 01629 540381. 6'x3' TABLE TOP SNOOKER/POOL TABLE vgc complete with cues, balls, racks and scoreboard £40. 01433 670388. BOY'S BIKE 20” wheel. Suit 6-8 year old. Good cond. £30. Toy garage with lift, ramps, car wash and helicopter pad. £20. Set of wooden farm buildings and fences. £8. Rubbish truck with wheelie bins. 45cms long. £8. 01629 733545.

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CLASSIFIEDS... FOR SALE BOSCH 1200 SPIN SPEED WASHER perfect working order, many different programmes inc 30 minute quick wash which is really handy. Genuine reason for sale. £100. 01246 582595. MOLLY DOLLY DOLL’S PRAM pink with black spots good cond. £10. 01298 844350. GUITAR (not electric) needs re-stringing £5 ono; Sleeping bag, used once, £5 ono. Fcuk, lady’s denim jacket, size L, as new £5. Beautiful mother-of-pearl watch and matching bracelet, still boxed, unwanted gift £10 ono. 01433 651846 after 6pm. BESWICK, PRANCING HORSE No 1014, Immaculate cond. Ideal present £65. 01433 630613.


01629 735496 077 177 55 377 LARGE STURDY OFFICE DESK Lowe Alpine mountain attack rucsac 35:45 all technical features, ex cond. £55 ono. Oak CD bookcase, holds 40 (68x51x19cms) ex cond. £15 ono. Free to collect Hathersage. 07968 546224. CURTAINS (lined) cream with light green stripe and eyelets. Two each: L90” /225cm and W65”/162cm £20 ono. Curtains cream with pink and black stripe L43”/108cm W24”/60cm £10 ono. Can send photos - 07871 055548. INDIGO SOFA BROWN LEATHER 3 seater good condition. £395 ONO. 01629 582712. 600 X 600 DOUBLE RADIATOR with thermostatic and lockshield valves. As new cond., used for one week and then swapped for bigger one. 3745 Btu. Cost £59, will take £20. Antique Bull tether with chain. Weighs about 25Kg. Interesting item - garden ornament? Bull to tether? £20. 07779 277701 Buxton. DARK WOOD VENEER DRESSER good cond. has 2 leaded glass display units 3 door 3 drawer bottom unit separates into 2 parts collection only. 07950 374162.

BRASS FIRE FENDERS Victorian and Georgian £40/£80; Single bed Habitat, black steel tubular, suit teenager/spare room very comfy (mattress available) £50; Playmobil knights castle with lots of horses & people (not complete but still fun) £20. Box of cars dinky cars, lorries, buses, suit toddler £10.please call Stanton-in-Peak - 07788 635049 VAUXHALL MERIVA FULL SIZE SPARE WHEEL WITH TYRE with jack. £60. 5 internal veneered oak panelled with handles and hinges. 4 x 30” and 1 x 27”. £50. 01629 584585. TWO HEAVY DUTY ANGLE IRON GROUND ANCHORS for static caravan. Two heavy duty chains (1 metre each). Two hook to hook adjusters. Two D shackles All new and unused. (Still boxed) £60. Can deliver 01629 735080. 2 x NEW BAMBOO/ MEMORY FOAM PILLOWS (19" x 30") each comes in a travel bag hypo-allergenic, anti-bacterial, made up of shredded memory foam inner and natural bamboo cover, for any sleep position. Never loses their shape. £35 0797 250 7157 Darley Dale. 4 DRAWER FILING CABINET. STEEL blue. Ex. cond. Used in home office. Complete with keys. £50. 01629 540381. MODERN WALL MOUNTED ELECTRIC FIRE Glass front with black border and central area containing white pebbles (removable) and has a background flame effect. Measures 26” x 20” and 5” deep. Plugs into a standard wall socket and contains a 900 /1800 watt fan heater. Complete with working remote control. Used but in good cond. collect from 01629 56322. MOTORCYCLE GEAR Riossi ladies cowhide leather black armoured jacket and matching trousers vgc. size 16 £100. Spade Sp Tech lady’s black waterproof armoured jacket and trousers with detachable liner £50. Shoeil RX-R full face helmet black £50. Shoeil X-RAY-800 full face silver helmet £50. Harley Davidson lady’s black leather boots good cond. size 5 £50. Vendramini Men's black leather boots ex. cond. size 43 £35. 3 x black leather men's gloves £10 each 1x black leather lady’s gloves £10. 01433 639148/07775 755175.

PRIORY DINING TABLE Dark oak, Drop leaf, 4’D good cond. £125. BUMBO baby seat with tray, Colour Aqua, good clean cond. £10. Roller Trailer, for walk behind roller, Fully refurbished and repainted, New wheel hubs and tyres £250. Audi A4 alloy wheel, 8 spoke 15" only one (no tyre) £20. Audi A6 1996, Engine and body spares. 01629 640340. HISTORIC NEWSPAPERS (original): George V silver jubilee; Edward VIII abdication; George VI Coronation; Elizabeth II Coronation. £10; Waverley novels of Sir Walter Scott (Melrose Edition), 23 volumes. £10; Cricket monthly: 23 editions, March 1968-April 1970. £10. 07928 666692 (Bakewell). KID’S BIKE 3 years old, suit young to teens, between 10-15. Apollo Ariana, metallic blue, front and back suspension, girl’s mountain bike style, 26” wheels, £30. Office chair. Black leather, office desk swivel chair, suit home office, full back size, height and tilt adjustable £20. 01629 636209/07783 324867. TWO MICROWAVE OVENS both in working order, but no longer needed. Large Matsui, and small Sainsbury's basic. No instructions £10 each. 01629 760117/07734 71225 Matlock. LARGE LANDING NET (no handle) £6: Keep net approximately 10’ (not carp sac), £15. 07498 514885. EDWARDIAN CHAISE LONGUE - restoration project £160. Solid pine chest of drawers - 13 drawers, not old, £200. Large old pine cupboard, double arched doors, £600. 01433 623633. PAIR OF HANOOK DYNAPRO TYRES 255 65R 17, 8mm tread £85. Power craft gas less mig, £18 not much use, stopped working. But synergy 5 handset vgc £25. Beautiful High quality 2 off ceiling pendant lights.each with 5 marbled glass shades £25 each. 01298 26122. OLD ROCKING HORSE on safety stand, H90cms x W90cms, Rushworth & Co, £125. 01298 85084. CHILD/YOUTH MOUNTAIN BIKE Specialized hotrock mountain bike with front suspension, 20” wheels, 21 gears (twist-grip). Includes Velo wireless bike computer, rear mudguard, bike stand, bell and new mountain bike pedals. In good condition, slight rust on forks, minor wear and tear. Original cost £250; accept £50. 01298 873010.

Peak Advertiser 24th October 2016 – Page 49 RALEIGH STRIKER BIKE Football themed bike age 3-6 with Helmet vgc £25; Table football 2’x4’ vgc (can deliver) £50; Giant bike boy’s age 5-9, blue & black, Immaculate great Xmas present £100 (was £250). Guitar Junior, colour red, with tutorial books, hardly used £45; Hot wheels tracks 5 complete sets, vgc £40; Monyash 07788 635049. PLASTIC DOG BED brown, large, base 28” vgc £5. Backpack Peakland Hydration 2.0L main colour black, new £8. Brass Magazine Rack, ship design £8. 01298 83376. COT/BED 140/80cm pine good cond. used at nanna’s £30. Under counter freezer 3 drawer 48/85cm no longer needed £25; Hostess trolley (Ekco) £20; Cd cabinets holds 200 each 3 x antique pine 2 x mahogany 19/60/80 cm £20 each; Wooden safety gate screws to frame £8. 01629 824038. SONY SOUND BAR Brand new £40; Union Jack lamp shade £3; Subwoofer amp and cable £60. All items from a smoke free home. 01298 214013. BEAUTIFUL “M&S BLACK” ¾ LENGTH WOOL COAT age 12/13yrs, never worn - £10. “Aynsley” Wild Tudor China, large variety incl. vases, bowls, trinket boxes, plates etc all ex. cond. prices start at £3 each. “NEXT” curtains 2 x pairs of eyelet satin curtains in brown stripe and matching new cushion pad and cover (curtains size 53” x 54”) good cond. £30 for both sets. (Also FREE 4 x matching pillowcases and kingsize duvet cover ideal for using

The Tip Man All / anything picked up Single or bulk Home or garden For a friendly service ~ Mike 07955 276800 as material to “Next” accessorise). bedroom set, ideal for young girl’s room, single (lilac butterfly motif) duvet cover and matching pillowcase, “Next” lilac crystal style beaded mini chandelier lightshade, “Next” lilac wastebin with butterfly motif and matching 3 x lilac wooden butterflies for wall, lilac bedside lightshade, all £20. Pink ceiling lightshade circular discs/beaded design) and matching chrome bedside light with pink lightshade £7 for both. 01629 813011.

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REMOVALS M&W REMOVALS ( Matlock ) LOCAL AND NATIONWIDE Tel: 07837 116449 07933 006789 ELECTRIC RISE AND RECLINE ARMCHAIR ex. cond. £185. 07804 876112. LARDER CUPBOARD in reclaimed antique pine with iron furniture. Made by Churchwood Kitchens of Tideswell in 2007. Splits into two parts with four good drawers in base unit, four adjustable shelves and door storage in cupboard unit. Ex. cond. Overall size: W44½” D22” H84”. Offers around £400. 01629 650237. STAINLESS STEEL 4PIECE SET OF PANS Circulon Genesis. Unused, still boxed £60. 01335 390440. NEW UNUSED PLAIN CARPET Aqua colour (goes with duck egg blue) 3.5m x 2.3m approx. £50. Buyer to collect 07754 650275. MATTRESS single - A medium firmness pocket sprung mattress, featuring a top layer of high density support foam. 1000 foam encased pocket springs. 5cm top layer of High Density foam. Edge to edge support. Quilted cover. No turn, simply rotate. Original receipt available for 5 Year Guarantee. Mattress depth 20cm. Never used, purchased in error. Was £150.00 now £75.00 01629 825267. V E G E T A B L E ALLOTMENTS (20 x 10’) available for use by a keen gardener in exchange for some produce. Stunning views, free manure and space to store some gardening tools. Call Lisa 07929 977234 (Rowsley). KENWOOD WASHING MACHINE model K714WM14, 3 years old with light use, hence vgc. 7kg load, 1400 rpm spin, A+++ Energy rating, 16 programmes, LED display, dimensions: (H x W x D) 850 x 595 x 495 mm. Cost £190, will accept offers around £100. 01629 825267. CAR SEAT - Junior maxi plus graco in box approx 312 years. Had 2 weeks use only. £17 call Lisa 07929 977234 Rowsley. LIEBHERR UPRIGHT LARDER FRIDGE, excellent clean condition, good working order. White.118cm x 68cm x 55.5cm. Buyer to collect £75. 07929 633159. BILL BROWN CULT DESIGNER ROLL UP MATTRESS single, handmade, organic cotton stuffing, RRP £98 £50; Ayegear body for travellers, never worn, multi pockets inside/outside for laptops/passport/phones etc, RRP £90, £40; Room divider screen, pale wood, cream hessian panels with pockets, 3 x 46cm panels, 170 cm H £35; Wig, brand new, mid brown, mid length, Labels and price tags, includes skull cap £40. 01629 760488. FARMHOUSE KITCHEN TABLE PINE plus 4 matching chairs, £90; Large selection of artist’s materials - offers. 01298 83565. STIHL FS 450 BRUSHCUTTER including harness, shredder blade, auto reel head, tools and nylon cord. Very little use. £400. 07713 117 183. VERY NICE ARAN SWEATER small coloured motif on front, £35; Sorry no negotiation on price. 01629 814223 PM. HORNBY CLOCKWORK T/set boxed £70; Hornby 00 Tornado boxed £50; Doncaster Rovers £45; Mainline, Bachman, Meccano x 3 £50; Collection of farm animals, 300+, £45; Star Wars figure, battery operated x3 £45 ONO. 01629 636989.

BTWIN (DECATHLON) child bike suit up to 11 years, £20 ONO; Child’s den bed (Argos) metal frame bunk style, £15 ONO. Can deliver within 5 miles Bakewell. 07581 751666. CARD CRAFT ITEMS make your own Christmas cards, toppers, card, backing papers, embellishments, etc, £25; Jigsaws, 2 x 500 pieces, £3 each, also box of four jigsaws, £5. 01629 630220. HALFORDS BIKE RACK, Rear fitting for 4x4 or Saloon, holds 2/3 Bikes £30 TABLE circular light pine 1"thick 36" D with 4 detachable legs £20. 01433 630564. RIGHT HANDED SET OF JOHN DALY HIPPO GOLF CLUBS 3 S/W 1, 3 and 5 Ben Sayers metal woods. Ogio stand bag with hood. Regal MBT VI putter. Extras include balls, tees, glove, head covers, etc. VGC. £35 ONO; Progen golf stand bag complete with hood and carry strap, 3 zip pockets, VGC, £7; Titleist golf stand bag, complete with hood, good condition £5; Bush 3 tier food steamer, VGC, £8; Large selection of hardback and paperback children’s books. Over 70 in total. VGC. Just £5 the lot; Selection of DVDs, comedies, drama, sport, all played just once, some still in original wrappers. £1 each or offers for job lot. 01629 57413.

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DYSON DC50 LIGHTWEIGHT UPRIGHT VACUUM cleaner. Excellent condition. Hardly used. Still under guarantee (4 years left), £200; Beldray handheld steam cleaner, still boxed, never used, £15. 01629 823638. HORNBY GWR 0-6-0 PANNIER TANK LOCO runs very well (unboxed), 1 x GWR coach, 1 x GWR guard’s van, £20 the lot. 07933 171754. NISSAN MICRA ROOF BOX AND RACKS for tying onto car £80; Child’s travel cot £10; Chicken hut - free (old). 01629 823760. CASIO ELECTRIC KEYBOARD (used) £55 Home exercise bike (used). 01433 651232. Elvis Presley items including telephone, musical piano, films, books, many other items, all VGC. From £5 to £40. 01629 735538. 15 LILLIPUT LANE MODELS various sizes, all boxed and with certificates of authenticity; Also 5 Memory Lane models, boxed; 2 Memory Lane models unboxed. 01629 583772. FITTED KITCHEN VGC due to be dismantled shortly (offers) 01629 823128. WOODBURNING STOVE (work shop type) plus 4 lengths of lined chimney and cowl. £45; Qualcast electric 750 watt lawn rake with rear grass box, GC, £20. 01298 71416. CEILING LIGHT gilt with 3 lights, vgc, £5; Curtain poles x 3 gilt 238cm x 2 117cm x 1 £5 the lot; Omni safe pram pushchair, immaculate, burgundy, matching car seat/carrier/rocker £30 each or £50 the pair ono, both immaculate. 07592 797817. KARRIMOR RUCKSAC 20L with air vent and waterproof cover, new £20. 01298 77991. DARK OAK DINING TABLE 5’6” extending to 7’ £25 ono, good cond; Drop leaf oak dining table 3’ x 11/2’ opening to 3’ x 4’9” £20 ono, good cond. Dark solid wood coffee table, wrought iron trim 4’6” x 2’6” £20 ono, good cond; Ercol coffee table £20 ono, good cond. Solid pine rocking chair, £20 ono, good cond. Baby’s chicco high chair, pink, ex. cond. little used, £20 ono. 01433 630258.

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Friday September 9th saw the second edition of the Sir William Hill Climb, and what a success. Raising over £900 for Grindleford and Eyam Playgroup, a fun(!) time was had by all. All of the funds raised will be going towards the pavilion extension project. The challenge was taken on by over 80 riders, from the top club cyclists to the happy to survive. The winner of the women’s race rode up twice, being unhappy with her first performance! Our main sponsor, High Peak Cycles from Calver, lent a helping hand getting a few bike mechanicals sorted before the start. I know of at least one rider who would have had a very disappointing evening if it were not for their assistance. Riders set off every minute and were cheered on their way by friends and family, plus local residents. One unfortunate rider who had just started up the hill when his chain ring broke was very pleased to be offered the use of a bike by one of our own – thank you, it was a wonderful gesture. Upon reaching the top of the hill, they were greeted by a posse of supporters, handing out water and medals. The ride down, so much easier than the ascent, was a time for cyclists to chat about their ride and to rue their fast start, little knowing what was just around the bend. But despite this, a great time was had by all, and we have had some great feedback – many cyclists complimented the event organisation and will be

back to take on the hill next year. You can check out the event on our Facebook page sirwilliamhillclimb/ Winning the men’s race, in a time of 6 minutes 26 seconds, was local man Nicholas Latimer, whilst the women’s race was won by Emilie Verroken in a time of 9 minutes 27 seconds. On returning to the Sir William, they found the festival in full swing. Isotonic ales, protein rich burgers and live music all helped to soothe tired legs; and there was a great atmosphere, possibly due to the high intake of those rehydrating ales! Thanks to our sponsors We would like to thank

High Peak Cycles for their generous support of the event, providing prizes and sponsoring the event t-shirts. These proved very popular, and will definitely become the must have cycling accessory. Still available at the fantastic price of just £10 (or buy two and get the second half price) it’s not too late to get yours. Email sirwilliamhillclimb@gmail .com. HPC had a stall on the night showcasing some of their new cycles and providing a very useful repair and maintenance service, their new store at Calver crossroads is well worth a visit. Terry was the perfect host at the Sir William Hotel

- thanks for the great barbecue, use of the Padley room and the gazebos. Our local musician, Graham Lindley, was grateful for one of those gazebos – his only request was to be dry! The festival was a great success thanks to the wonderful live music and our exhibitors. Keen cyclists from Wosskow Brown brought along a wattbike – didn’t have a go myself but it was a popular activity. Tired cyclists returning from the hill climb were pleased to take advantage of the services of Activ Physiotherapy, a local Sports Injury clinic based in Hope. The fastest men and women on the night received vouchers for High Peak Cycles (1st £50, 2nd £20 and 3rd £10), and there were also spot prizes on offer, thanks to the generosity of: Mount Pleasant Garage Free MOT Activ Physiotherapy - A free bike fit worth £100 Hitch ‘n’ Hike - Voucher for £20 Because I like It (Bakewell) - Voucher for £10 and chocolates Bakewell Pool/Derbyshire Dales - One month leisure pass Evans Cycles (Sheffield) Silver service voucher worth £60 and a Fix It Kit Mountain Warehouse - A mini rucksack Thanks also to local residents on Sir William Hill for the use of their driveway as our starting point and to our wonderful volunteers on the night – marshals, timers, starters and finishers – without you it just wouldn’t happen.



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Valley further narrowed the gap as Captain BEN SOMERTON crashed over for his obligatory try. Hopes of an unlikely comeback were shortlived though, when, despite Andy Woodall's superb cover tackle, the referee awarded a contentious try from his customary position on the halfway line. However, there could be no argument about the host's final score as they ran out deserved 44-10 winners. Tries: Carruthers, Somerton. MAN OF THE MATCH: The award was shared by MARK INNES, for his tireless efforts in both attack and defence, and JOE SLATER, who made an impressive debut for the Club. Next Saturday Valley are scheduled to host a Stockport team, who have had a difficult start to the season but have just recorded their first win. The game, at Hollowford Road Castleton, will kick off at 1500hrs.


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I’m feeling rather smug and pleased with myself as today I have been a fly on the dragon’s back – I conquered my fears and scaled the dizzy heights of Chrome Hill! My adventure started when I met up with a group of walking friends in Longnor, starting our expedition into the back of beyond with a coffee at Cobbles Cafe, followed by a visit to the churchyard where I wanted to show them the famous gravestone to William Billinge who died in 1791 aged 112. A bit of a roadside march took us away from the village beside the Buxton Road (B5053), providing us with fabulous views of the Upper Dove Valley and range of winky wonky reef knoll hills that make the landscape here so fascinating and photogenic. Following on from the trig point topped Wheeldon Hill away to our right, there was then Hitter Hill with the shark’s fin of Parkhouse at the top end. Our mission however was what lay beyond – to walk up and over

what appears like a giant Cornish Pasty rising up from beside the river! Where the road narrowed just before the traffic lights, we turned left at the side of the triangle of grass topped by a brightly painted milestone, which was placed here when the road from Buxton to Froghall was turnpiked. Descending the lane to Nabend was a joy as it was extremely quiet with very little traffic, allowing us to concentrate on the incredible views before us. We then made our way to Hollinsclough, a sleepy little village, surprisingly still able to boast a working school and Methodist Chapel that holds regular services. Smoke was puffing out from a nearby cottage chimney reminding us that autumn has arrived, and judging by the abundance of berries on nearby hawthorn bushes, coalmen and other energy suppliers will be having a profitable winter, as an old wives’ tale predicts lots of berries to be a sign of bad weather ahead, nature’s way of providing

sustenance to wild birds. A few yards beyond the Victorian letterbox and we went through a small gate on the right to descend a field, taking us to a little footbridge, where we could cross over the infant river Dove and skip from Staffordshire into Derbyshire. It’s a fabulous walk up the track to Fough, a very remote area dotted with tiny hill farms, some sadly just ruins and scattered remains, evidence that it was too difficult a challenge to eke out a living long ago from this harsh high land. There are however some successful farms hereabouts, rearing mainly cattle and sheep with several rare or unusual breeds to be seen, as well as dairy herds that graze on lower lying pasture. Arriving at Booth Farm we turned right to follow a track, before crossing fields above Stoop Farm which brought us to the back of Hollins Hill. We sat for a while near Tor Rock to enjoy our rucksack snacks whilst contemplating what lay ahead. We descended to the tail end of the D r a g o n ’s Back or Sleeping Dragon, as it is also known, where we had to decide whether to scale its spine or take the soft option of an alternative and much s a f e r grassy path to its side. It was a unanimous decision to rise to the challenge as the conditions that day w e r e perfect – d r y underfoot with only a gentle breeze and

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