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Sebastian Z. De Ferranti (1864-1930)
In 1913 a man with an Italian-sounding name moved with his wife and six children into Baslow Hall – a seventh child was born the following year. The new home owner was Sebastian Ziani de Ferranti, inventor and pioneer in the field of electrical engineering, who was to become a popular figure in Baslow. Ferranti was born at Liverpool on 9 April 1864, second son of Cesar Ziani de Ferranti, whose Italian father had been guitarist to King Leopold 1 of Belgium. Cesar had settled in London, where the young Sebastian began his education. His passion for electrical invention was already apparent when aged 13 he entered the Roman Catholic college of St Augustine in Ramsgate. He had recently produced an arc light with
the aid of a biochromate battery and in 1878 completed his prototype of a dynamo. The boy’s interest was encouraged to the extent that he was allowed to install an innovative system of electric bells in the school. Much of young Ferranti’s earliest technical knowledge was provided by a copy of The Boy’s Playbook of Science by John Henry Pepper, along with Edmund Atkinson’s translation of Adolphe Ganot’s Elementary Treatise on Physics. On leaving school in 1881 he obtained work with Siemens Brothers in Woolwich. There, he said, ‘I really got what I wanted. I was surrounded by dynamos and everything electrical. I was entirely happy.’ In 1882, Ferranti
patented his alternator. Shortly afterwards his first dynamo was installed in the arches below Cannon Street railway station. With its zigzag armature, the output of the dynamo was far ahead of any existing machine and brought him immediate recognition. To assist with its marketing, Ferranti entered into a brief partnership with Alfred Thompson, an engineer, and Francis Ince, solicitor. Before the age of 20, the young inventor had established his own business and in 1886 was appointed engineer to the Grosvenor Gallery Electric Supply Corporation. By means of two 750 h.p. generators and overhead circuits, he was able to supply electric lighting to a large area of central London. New and varied inventions Ferranti aimed at supplying all of the capital north of the Thames and to this end built a power station at Deptford. With himself named as chief electrician, the London Electric Supply Corporation was registered on 26 August 1887, the power station being completed in 1890. Yet his proposal for generating electricity over an extensive area from one large central power station was in advance of the prevailing view and would
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THE ROTARY CLUB OF BAKEWELL INVITES YOU TO A QUIZ NIGHT Raising funds for The Mary’s Meals Hunger Relief Fund at The Medway Centre, Bakewell on Friday, November 7th 2014 at 7 for 7.30pm. Light refreshments provided during the interval. Drinks available. Quiz Master: John Kelcey, assisted by Sue. Teams of four. Good prizes. Tickets priced at £24 for a team of four from David Rawson, 812110, John Robinson, 813407 or any Bakewell Rotarian.
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Soroptimist International of Buxton and District celebrated the 80th birthday of the National Federal SIGBI (Soroptimist International of Great Britain and Ireland) by holding an Open Evening, to which guests were invited. Members gave brief talks about the life of the club, of SIGBI, and many of the activities which they enjoy. The Friendship Links with Kerteminde in Denmark, and the Isle of Man were described, with some colourful reminiscences. The recent launch of the Mary's Meals Back Pack Project was another highlight of the evening. Tideswell Guides held a very successful evening the previous week, and provided several more back packs, as well as raising over £260 towards the funds. Region President Elaine McDonald cut the 80th birthday cake, to share with members. An informal, happy and fruitful evening was enjoyed by members and guests alike. They are busy raising funds for other projects such as Water Aid, and The Women’s Refuge at Glossop. Many friendships have blossomed over the years and new members have joined at this happy meeting. This was an evening to truly celebrate the “Best of Sisters” (Soroptimists.)
toys, games, books, equipment and clothes. Sellers make money whilst recycling their pre-loved items and the pre-school benefits by taking a percentage of the total sales made, as well as through charging a small admission of 50p. After the sale, many unsold items are donated on to other charities, supporting the wider community. It is well worth coming along to view the massive choice of excellent quality children’s goodies that will be on offer – there are always some amazing bargains to be snapped up on the day! The Nearly New Sale will be held on Saturday the 15th November from 10:30am until 12:00 noon in Longstone School Hall. If you are interested in selling, please contact Georgie on 07510 312 637 or by email on email@example.com
Friends of Great Longstone Pre-School are getting together again for their most popular fundraising event of the year, the annual Pre-School Nearly New Sale. In previous years, money raised at the sale has been put to good use in updating their building, facilities and play equipment. This year, the proceeds will be spent on improving their garden area. In June this year, parents, grandparents and children held a community gardening day where they sanded and treated planters, sandpits and the shed as well as clearing weeds, trimming trees and cleaning all of the outdoor equipment. In the course of this work, it became clear that the surfaces around the planters and sandpits need to be made safer for the children and this work will cost several hundred pounds. The Pre School is at the heart of the local community and, over the years, has helped hundreds of children make the best start possible in their school careers, as well as having lots of fun in the process! It has been a registered charity for 30 years and relies on fundraising and support from parents, staff and volunteers in order to continue to run successfully. The Nearly New Sale provides a marketplace for people to sell their good quality children’s and babies’
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LIGHTS FOR YOUR LOVED ONES The Rotary Club of Bakewell will this year be offering people a chance to remember lost loved ones at Christmas time: often a very poignant time of year. At 6.30pm on Friday 28th November 2014, a tree of twinkling fairy lights will be lit in Bath Gardens, Bakewell, with music from Tideswell Brass Band. The tree will remain lit until Twelfth Night, January 5th 2015. Whilst first and foremost the Tree of Light is for people to commemorate the lives of loved ones, it will also help to raise much needed funds for Action for Children – Derbyshire Young Carers, a charity which aims to offer support and respite to local young people, many of whom have lost childhoods through caring for family members at a very young age. People are invited to dedicate the sparkling
BECAUSE I LIKE IT
will be displayed from Friday 28th November 2014 in Bakewell Town Hall entrance, during opening hours and on-line on the Rotary Club of Bakewell w e b s i t e www.bakewellrotary.org Dedications can be made by completing and returning the attached form, or for more information please call the Rotary Club of Bakewell President, Roz Adamson on 01629 733626.
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Rotary Club of Bakewell Tree of Light Please complete this form in CAPITAL LETTERS, detach and send, with your donation (suggested £5,) to Rotarian Mike Webb, 4 Park Hall Avenue, Walton, Chesterfield S42 7LR Forms should arrive no later than Friday 21st November. All profits will be donated to Action for Children Derbyshire Young Carers. Rotary Club of Bakewell Trust Fund Registered Charity No. 1096205 Name.............................................................................. Address........................................................................... ....................................................................................... Tel No .............................................................................
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CRUK AUTUMN BAZAAR 2014
You are invited by the Matlock Local Committee to our Grand Autumn Bazaar. On Saturday November 8th 2014 at the Imperial Rooms Matlock. Together We Will Beat Cancer – Another one not to miss! From 10.00 till 1.00pm. All proceeds to the Matlock
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Ashford-in-the-Water resident Mrs Pat Edmonstone with her Derbyshire Dales recycling bin local residents and community groups. In addition to the weekly household reward, £6,000 is available every year in a new Community Grant Fund, with applications welcome from Derbyshire Dales community groups. A maximum of £1,000 will be awarded to each applicant
to help fund environmental and recycling projects. Apply for the Community Fund online at www.derbyshiredales.gov.u k/grants Chairman of the District Council’s Environment Committee, Councillor Steve Bull said: “It’s really pleasing that the recycling
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SIX IMPOSSIBLE THINGS A LIVE AND LOCAL SHOW – 26th OCTOBER
‘6 Impossible Things’ unites film makers, sculptors, taxidermists and magicians in a comedy – theatrical spectacular. Full of bizarre twists and turns, 6 is an exuberant ride to a topsy –
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NEW TV SERIES FEATURES LOCAL ARTIST Local artist, Geoff Kersey, from Darley Dale near Matlock, has featured in a new TV series called Fraser and Friends. This eight part series features Fraser Scarfe, an artist from Lincoln, who meets up with a variety of gifted professional artists from across the country, and they paint en plein aire (outdoor) scenes. Each guest artist has chosen their favourite painting location to paint in. In episode 3 which aired on 20th October, Fraser takes a journey to the
gateway of the Peak District where he meets up with Geoff and learns about the rugged landscape which so inspires him. They travel together to Geoff’s studio and gallery and also visit his framer to learn a lesson or two. The filming took place in Matlock and Baslow. The series launched on Monday 6th October. Available to watch online at http://www.thepaintingand drawingchannel.co.uk/ and also on Sky Channel 192 and Freesat Channel 402, on Mondays at 5pm, repeated Sundays at 3pm.
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At the October meeting of Cromford WI, Paul Newsham drew on his many yearsâ€™ experience as a Forensic Scientist to describe the science of biometrics, telling us â€œThere Will Never Be Another Youâ€?. He showed slides of finger and ear prints, and with two volunteers told us what to look out for when identifying individuals. He demonstrated that when a criminal leans against a window or door to hear if anybody is in occupation, this would give vital information â€“ the height of the earprint from the ground might indicate the height of the person, DNA evidence may be left, especially if a hand was placed on the door. There might be a footprint in the ground â€“ showing not just the type and make of shoe but also any peculiarities of gait which would help in identification. Paul also judged the competition for a piece of Hand Art. Members were invited to draw round their hand and decorate the result. Judith Hamilton, the winner, had drawn round her hand on fabric and embroidered the result. Second was Ann Pocklington, and Yvonne Daykin was third. In the past month, members have enjoyed a walk on the High Peak Trail and Cromford Canal, and a very successful Quiz and Cakes evening. Several members are looking forward to the Jazz and Chips train excursion on the Ecclesbourne Line from Wirksworth to Duffield, a walk in Chatsworth, and a cruise on the Trent with lunch. Members are also planning to fill shoeboxes for Operation Christmas
Child. The Annual Meeting will be held on 5th November, when a new committee and officers will be elected. Meetings are held at Cromford Institute, The Hill, Cromford, on the first Wednesday of each month except August, and new members and visitors are welcome â€“ contact Janet Chambers on 01629 822319 for more information.
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AQUABOX – 14th OCTOBER
as 60 more items of humanitarian aid. The last shipment of 500 went to Turkey to help the Syrian refugees, who now have clean drinking water and to give them aid with all the items in the Aquaboxes. From August 2013 to September 2014 Aquabox have sent 300 to Nepal, 220 to Cameroon, 200 to Malawi, 200 to Uganda, 100 to Rwanda and 500 to the Philippines. The photograph shows the water filter No. 8,400 being packed in the Aquabox by one of the Tuesday volunteers.
EYAM WI NEWS Since January 2011 the Aquabox volunteers have made their 8,400th water
filter at their depot in Wirksworth. Out of 44 parts all volunteers make about
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As always, Eyam WI has had a busy summer learning as well as laughing. We have enjoyed the lovely weather but now we know that autumn’s here. In May Barbara Dakin took us on her ‘WALTZING MATILDA’ journey, with an account of some of the hardships but interests during her early life. This focused on the adventures of her emigration to, then ultimate return from, Australia. During June Peter Watts educated us with his detailed recollections of lifetime work as a Civil and Water Engineer in South Yorkshire in his talk on ‘WATER CATCHMENT, STORAGE and SECURITY’. Again there were plenty of interesting and humorous anecdotes. In July the focus was again on an aspect of water but this time some ways of helping other parts of the world where water is in short supply and help desperately needed. In ‘AQUA BOXES’ John Dolan described one way of helping with resources through this scheme. We took a break in August while we focused on our various village roles during Well Dressings and Carnival activities. September found us listening to and laughing with retired Eyam GP Peter Jackson’s recollections of ‘A LIFE OF PRACTICE’. Laughter was also the main feature of October’s talk by Pat Hall. In ‘LIFE CAN BE FUNNY’ Pat’s stand-up comedy drew on wide aspects of her life experience of often unexpected humorous situations. The many laughs from the Members showed that these were often very relevant. From November we move to the winter afternoons’ meeting start time of 2.30pm. The next meeting is Thursday 6th November at 2.30pm in Eyam Mechanics’ Institute. Prof.Paul Wiles will speak on ‘Working in Government’. As always, new members and visitors are very welcome to attend.
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BAKEWELL AND EYAM COMMUNITY TRANSPORT RECEIVED £1000 TOWARDS HIGH VIZ JACKETS AND UNIFORM Bakewell and Eyam Community Transport have been awarded £1000 by Cllr Judith Twigg from the Local Community Leadership Scheme towards high viz jackets and uniform for volunteers. Cllr Twigg presented the cheque to Bakewell and Eyam Community Transport Trustees at the bus depot at Great Longstone. Bakewell & Eyam Community
Transport Chairman, Ray Scotter was grateful for the support from Cllr Twigg.
Left to right: Alan Roberts (Treasurer), Roland Butcher (Trustee). Ray Scotter (Chairman), Cllr Judith Twigg, Anne Healey (Trustee), John Plant (Vice Chairman), David Monks (Trustee)
H&F’s philosophy is that your home should reflect your own individual style and aspirations. To achieve this your furniture needs to fit your home. Our own exclusive products are handcrafted to order, allowing us to customise each piece to fit your personal requirements in terms of height, width and detail. Our workshops have now been making their own furniture ranges for 15 years and pride themselves on quality and reliability. Over the years a solid rapport has been built with Canadian timber suppliers that enables us to provide quality furniture at competitive prices. Our attention to detail using the finest of materials, combined with an efficient delivery service, offering 8-10 week lead times on standard items and 10-12 weeks for any bespoke pieces, with full manufacturers’ warranties, and up to 10 years guarantee on all furniture which gives our customers peace of mind with an enjoyable purchase experience.
H&F was originally established in an old grain mill in the market town of Chesterfield. All our customers are welcome to visit, having easy access from the motorway system. Recently added to our Chesterfield store is our wonderful Vintage Tearoom where you can enjoy a selection of mixed teas and freshly ground coffee, accompanied with homemade freshly baked cakes, and scones. Afternoon teas are available when booked in advance. The tearoom is also available for private hire and functions. The business has expanded this year by opening a small store in Sheffield on Abbeydale Road, in the heart of the Sheffield’s Antiques Quarter. Whether you are able to visit the showroom or not, the website provides pictures and details of all our ranges. It is hoped that you find this both easy to navigate and visually helpful. Our aim is simply to provide quality furniture at competitive prices with a friendly and efficient service.
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GREAT LONGSTONE AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION AND EXHIBITION 2014 Preview Evening and Prizes 6.30-8.30pm November 1st. Exhibition open November 2nd 11am4pm, Great Longstone Village Hall. Free Entry. Teas Coffees and Homemade cakes will be served. Please take entries to the village hall on Wednesday 29th October between 6.30 and 8.30pm (Application forms from most local pubs and cafes). You can enter as few pictures as you like but a maximum of 3 images per category, please mount your photographs. Max image size is A3. COST £1 per image entered payable on submission. Categories Children under 16 Animals A – Weather B – Village life C – Something Funny D – Abstract/Detail ELIGIBILITY The competition is open to the residents of Great Longstone, Little Longstone, Monsal Head, Wardlow, Rowland, Hassop and Ashford-inthe-Water. Also all pupils
from Longstone School. CATEGORIES There will be prizes for winners of each category. Judging will take place prior to the exhibition by Chris Gilbert of Ravenseye Gallery Cressbrook. Category B “Village Life” The winning picture will be voted for by the
visitors to the exhibition. Please put your name and phone number on the back of your pictures as judging will be anonymous, so nothing on the front please. Prizes will be awarded at 7pm on Saturday November 1st. Contact Jane Littlefield 01629 640943.
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HIGHFIELDS STUDENTS EXAMINE CRESSBROOK DALE ECOSYSTEM
A-level geography students from Highfields School spent a day investigating the diverse ecosystem of Cressbrook Dale recently. Experiencing the place instead of just reading about it, made the work so much more accessible. “Textbooks don’t do it justice,” said geography student Tavier Fairburn. The National Park Authority Education Service helped to organise the students and provided equipment, including iPads. Students collected data about the plant life, sunlight, and PH levels of the soil, and discovered the huge changes between
scrubland and woodland. The teenagers were in awe of how in one little area of 15sq m there could be such a variety of plant life. Geography teacher Melanie Barker said, “We are so lucky in Matlock to be able to explore this wonderful landscape so easily from school. And seeing this stunning ecosystem made our students realise what geography is all about, getting out into the world around us and witnessing it face to face. Collecting raw data in this way makes working towards their Alevel exam so much more meaningful. This seems to
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Critically-acclaimed acoustic trio Whalebone will be bringing their ‘Runes’ tour to Youlgrave Village Hall on Saturday 22nd November 2014 at 7.45pm. The Runes show features high energy acoustic music alongside haunting atmospheric tunes. The show will include inventive
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THOMAS TEES OFF AND WINS TOP COUNTY GOLF AWARD
THE MATLOCK FORUM CLUB
At the meeting held onTuesday 7 October 2014 Chairman Jim Pocklington asked members to observe a minute’s silence in memory of Club members Ron Murnane and Doug Walford who had passed away since the last meeting of the Club. Members then welcomed back Mr. and Mrs. Henson on a return visit to give a talk which brought the audience up-todate with the latest developments undertaken in the Gambia by the Jokadu District Development Fund initiated in 2004 by the Hensons. This was a heart warming account of how the fund, with some aid from the Gambian government, and the hard work of local inhabitants,
volunteers and finance from sponsors had succeeded in expanding and continually enhancing the scope and facilities of its school and had established, in response to local wishes, a thriving local health clinic and ancillary services. The presentation was greatly enhanced by the
colourful local dress worn by the speakers and the large display of photographs which had been set up. Comments and questions showed how the attentive and appreciative audience had enjoyed the talk and recognised the work and continuing commitment of the Hensons.
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Derbyshire schoolboy golfer Thomas Bennett has won one of the county’s most prestigious sporting awards… just one year after entering his first competition. Thomas, who is 10 and lives in Castleton, is a pupil at Sheffield independent school Westbourne. He won the 2014 Derbyshire Futures Golf Tour at Broughton Heath Golf Club in Church Broughton, Derbyshire. Thomas has been playing golf for the past five years, but has only played competitively for the last year.
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On Sunday 28th September The Brian Morley Trust Fund organised a Tractor Run around the Hope Valley. A gloriously sunny morning saw 98 tractors of all shapes, sizes and ages leave Yew Tree Farm, Aston for a 25 mile trip taking in the fantastic views of the Peak District along the way. The route went over moorland and into the villages of Shatton, Offerton, Abney, Foolow and Hope with a well earned half way cup of tea at Poynton Cross Farm, Windmill courtesy of Dennis and Margaret Collier. Tractors and drivers had travelled from far and wide to take part in the day. Lancashire, Yorkshire, Linconshire and Nottinghamshire were just some of the counties represented. The prize for the tractor which had come the furthest was awarded to Andrew Warrinder from Potterham Worth Booths near Lincoln. A founder member of Hope Valley Young Farmers, Dennis Woodall of Brough had a lift on a tractor for the entire 25 miles, at 93 years of age he was the oldest participant. The event raised over
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LORYAN ENERGY SANDERSON WINDOWS A visionary business is opening its doors for a series of open days to showcase its commitment to sustainable energy. In November 2014 visitors are invited to take a tour of Hoe Grange Holidays. Owned by David and Felicity Brown, who have won countless accolades including a gold award from the Green Tourism Business Scheme, Hoe Grange Holidays is now rated as one of the top 20 green businesses in the UK. The open days are hosted in partnership with Loryan Renewable Engineering, who have installed a number of energy saving technologies on the award-winning holiday farm, including a suntracking photovoltaic solar system, a 10kwh wind turbine and biomass heating system. Hoe Grange also has a ground source heat pump, its own water bore hole and hook-up for electric vehicles. The carbon neutral tourism hot spot is also equipped with eco-friendly phosphate and chlorine-free cleaning materials and detergents. Low-energy light bulbs are also installed
and guests are encouraged to turn off lights and appliances before going out. David Brown of Hoe Grange said, “Renewable energy isn’t the stuff of fantasy – it’s real, it works, it’s happening right now
here in Brassington. You only have to look at what’s happening in Germany to see how the UK could benefit – the Peak District in particular – if we followed their attitude towards green energy.
“For example, the German state of Schleswig-Holstein is on target to achieve 100% renewable energy in 2014, up from 30% just eight years ago.” Felicity Brown said, “Adopting a carbon neutral philosophy has proven to be a massive commercial boost for Hoe Grange. Not only has it raised our profile enormously within the tourism industry but it has helped safeguard us from future rises in wholesale energy costs. “It also gives us a competitive advantage because we are able to make long-term forecasts on what our energy costs are going to be.” Leigh Naylor, managing director for Loryan said, “We are really proud of the work we’ve completed for David and Felicity. They are a credit to themselves for investing in sustainable energy so wholeheartedly. “The systems we’ve installed are not only beneficial to the environment but will also reduce their annual fuel bill by more than £9,000 per year.” The Renewables Open Days take place on the 11,13,20,26 and 28th November at Hoe Grange Holidays in Brassington between 10am-12pm and 24pm. Attendees will be able to quiz the owners and engineers from Loryan Renewable Engineering on the benefits of renewable energy and learn more about other initiatives available to help combat spiralling energy prices. If you are interested in attending, email email@example.com or call 01785 719118 To reserve your place.
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The above recently held a coffee morning in the Wesley Room in Bakewell Methodist Church. Cakes, bric-a-brac and sundry other items were kindly donated by members and friends. Several cash donations were also kindly given. Stall holders were Sandra Bramall, Brenda Hawley, Mary Fearns and Diane Edwards. Several other helpers served tea, coffee and refreshments. The event raised £203.20. The club wishes to thank everyone who supported the event.
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THE MATLOCK BRANCH OF THE GRENADIER GUARDS ASSOCIATION AUTUMN LUNCHEON Enjoy NEW YEAR’S DAY BRUNCH at Beeley before a breathtaking stroll around Chatsworth From the Buffet Table: Selection of juices, cereals, fruits, yoghurts, locally sourced charcuterie, pickles, British cheeses, pastries and breads. ~ From the Kitchen: Full English breakfast with all the trimmings including fried eggs. Omelettes with a choice of ﬁllings: mushroom/cheese/herb/tomato. Buttermilk pancakes with maple syrup and streaky farm shop bacon. Farm shop steak and eggs Benedict with skinnys. Home cured braised salt beef with Yorkshire puds, pickled cabbage and straw potatoes. Cured & smoked pastrami style salmon, pickled cucumber, salad and dill. Veggie carbonara, garlic croutes and parmesan. only Macaroni cheese....for the kids. £19.95 ~ per person Coffee and tea.
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The Matlock Branch of the Grenadier Guards Association had their autumn luncheon at Bakewell Golf Club on the 8th of October. 28 members, partners and guests had a fantastic meal. We are getting low on past serving members so with guests and partners it was a good turn out, we had a good raffle, prizes from members, and thanks to Bakewell Pet Shop, Bakewell Pudding Parlour and Mad4Ink for their donation of prizes. All monies over go to The Wounded in Action Fund. The Matlock Branch are very grateful to Justine and Tim for the wonderful lunch and hospitality.
The Matlock Storytelling Cafe – 7th November
On Friday 7th November, The Matlock Storytelling Cafe is proud to present The Battle of the Trees... A storm rages; a child is born; an ancient secret uncovered. Somewhere, an army of trees begin to march… The mesmeric Christine Cooper tells a twisted web of tangled stories, with the mysterious Welsh poem that inspired Tolkein and Shakespeare at its centre. The loss of millions of trees in the 1987 storm, an archaeological dig on a remote beach, the poet Robert Graves in a frenzy of inspiration, and Christine’s own family story are drawn together through moments of startling coincidence. The crime of the warrior chief Amaethon echoes down the centuries, and a voice speaks the words: I am Taliesin. Audiences have been
raving about this show as it has toured the British Isles “Absolutely mesmerizing and beautiful, and so original. Thank you, thank you" ...“Wonderful, captivating
story told by a wonderful, compelling storyteller.” Tickets cost £7 and can be bought by calling Storytelling Cafe on 01629 580023. Or you can pay on the door.
Delicious cakes and savoury snacks available. BYOB. The Café is in The Imperial Rooms, Matlock DE4 3NL. Doors open 6.45, show begins 7.30pm.
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Gen Chodor, a local Buddhist monk, who has been practising meditation and teaching for over 20 years is giving 2 FREE public talks in the near future at Matlock and Ashbourne. He will explain how everyone, Buddhist and non- Buddhist can learn to gain control of their mind through meditation practice and increase their good qualities. Learn how to access a stillness of
mind, increased happiness and well being. Everyone Welcome. No need to book. For further information please call Heart Jewel Buddhist Meditation Centre on 01629 581585 or email email@example.com www.heartjewel.org.uk Matlock Imperial Rooms â€“ Saturday 25th October 11am-12.30pm. Ashbourne Town Hall â€“ Saturday 1st November 11am-12.30pm.
YOUR CALL ON FUTURE DEVELOPMENT SITES The final road biking event of the year run by local company Dark & White Events is a short but extremely challenging sportive tackling the famous hill climbs in the Matlock/Derwent Valley area. Matlock and the surrounding area is steeped with road biking hill climb history: Bank
Road, Riber Road and Rowsley Bar, to name just three of the well known â€˜infamousâ€™ ascents. The Matlock Top 10 celebrates the richness of the areaâ€™s steep, 20% plus gradients by creating a route that ascends 10 climbs in just 60km/37 miles, thatâ€™s 1750m of ascent (or 5742ft in old money).
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Derbyshire Dales District Council needs to find additional land for housing and other uses over the next 15 to 20 years â€“ and local people can help. A â€˜Call for Sitesâ€™ consultation has begun as part of the on-going Local Plan preparations. New sites and previously suggested sites should be submitted to the District Council for further consideration before the deadline of 5pm on Thursday 4th December 2014. Suggest a site online at www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk
/CallforSites or call the District Councilâ€™s Planning Policy Team on 01629 761241. Suggestions are welcome for any land or buildings that could be suitable for housing including sites for gypsies and travellers, retail, leisure or commercial uses. All sites will be assessed by the District Council â€“ but please note that putting forward a site does not guarantee that it will be allocated in the Local Plan or be granted planning permission.
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9. Where is there a blue plaque to commemorate Ground Station Zero? (7) 10. What type of tree stands lonely at Oaker? (8) 11. On which hilltop is Solomon’s Temple? (4,3) 12. On a map what sport does a blue flag indicate? (4) 13. Is it Heaven in this Beeley plantation? (4,4) 14. The author who wrote about a Little Grey Rabbit (6,6) 15. An early start as this Bamford Hotel? (6,3)
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past in a cloud of dust. In 1927 Sebastian de Ferranti was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. He died at Zurich on 13 January 1930 following an operation and was interred at Hampstead cemetery, London. A simultaneous service was held in Manchester, attended by 1,500 employees of the Ferranti works. Our photograph shows the Ferranti family at Baslow Hall in 1915 on the occasion of Sebastian and Gertude’s Silver Wedding. By courtesy of Max and Susan Fischer. Julie Bunting
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failure when the hens were electrocuted. Ferranti had one of the very first motor cars in this part of the Peak and was to become a regular customer at the single petrol pump of Wardlow Mires filling station en route for Oldham most mornings. Otherwise he sped
Grindleford prior to purchasing Baslow Hall, now Fischer’s. Their eldest son, Basil, would be killed in the First World War. Far ahead of their time Ferranti’s Presidential Address to the Institution of Electrical Engineers in 1910 advocated the provision of electricity from large generating stations for universal use, both domestic and industrial. Of wide renown as a pioneer in highvoltage systems and the originator of long-distance transmission of high-power electric current, his contributions to life at Baslow Hall brought him a more intimate fame. ‘Basti’, as he was known to his wife,
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provided their home with labour-saving contrivances far ahead of their time. Plans to obtain power for his domestic generator plant from the old Baslow corn mill were abandoned in preference to a heavy oil engine. Central heating was supplied to the house via radiators fixed to the ceilings and although the supply was erratic in wintertime, it was an improvement on his short-lived hot-air system. Every room contained a wireless set, the family wash benefited from an all-electric laundry, the tennis court was equipped with floodlights, and an electric mower had the run of the lawns. An electric egg-producing plant became an unfortunate
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story ends with the Armistice of 1918 and its aftermath. We see High Peak towns and villages celebrating Armistice Day, also the joyful yet poignant celebrations on Peace Day, 1919. Communities gave expression to the upswelling of grief through the erection of war memorials, around which local names would be read out during Remembrance Sunday attendances – those of quarrymen, shopkeepers, solicitors, railwaymen, agricultural workers, teachers, accountants etc.
the 314 local men who lost their lives during the Great War. Other memorials are to be found in Burbage, Chelmorton, Harpur Hill, Fairfield, King Sterndale, Peak Dale and Wormhill. Their sacrifice has great relevance this year as we have marked the centenary of the outbreak of hostilities and subsequent declaration of war. Life on the home front is not neglected as we learn of the large, enthusiastic recruitment meetings attended by Fairfield, Peak Dale and Burbage Bands, the arrest and internment of German and Austrian employees at the large Buxton hydros and hotels, also the admission of large numbers of
wounded Canadian soldiers to local hydros requisitioned as hospitals. 1917 brought the arrival of German prisoners of war at POW camps at Ladmanlow and Peak Dale where they worked in various quarries. Stories emerge of the pursuit of two escaped POW’s, also others who were arrested and sentenced to hard labour for stealing and killing a sheep from a King Sterndale farm. Buxton Lime Firms Company held autumn pageants with local bands leading a vast procession from the Crescent to outlying villages. Women workers from the company were to the fore, having
Autumn has well and truly arrived, and as many of us turn on the central heating it is well to remember that, from a flea point of view, it’s like summer all over again. Fleas are a significant health problem for our cats, and a severe annoyance for their owners. It is therefore extremely important to maintain regular treatments for flea control all year round. In recent years there has been an explosion of new chemicals and products on the veterinary market, and there is now a huge range of very effective treatments that not only kill fleas but, with the same treatment, will also eliminate worms, ticks, lice, ear mites and many more parasites. Different products will kill different combinations of these pests. The range is great and complex, and it is therefore a good idea to ask your vet for advice. Many products are available through chemists, pet shops, supermarkets and the internet, but please be aware that many of these are products that have been available through vets in the past but have now been superseded by better drugs;
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The Old Station Building at Peak Shopping Village recently came back into the hands of the centre and, following a planning application to allow the space to be used for events and exhibitions, it has hosted a pop-up vintage cocktail and real ale bar, magic shows at the recent Magic Festival and on November 8th it will host ‘From the Land’, the first exhibition from The Old Station Gallery. The Old Station Gallery will bring a calender of art exhibitions and workshops to the shopping village, giving shoppers additional interest and putting Rowsley firmly on the map as an arty stop-off. The exhibition programme is being organised by local exhibition curator, Racheal Pinks who also runs the ‘Salon’ contemporary exhibitions in her studio in Cromford. Racheal said: “I am really excited about the gallery launch and forthcoming exhibitions being hosted in such a great building and
location. The Old Station Building is a beautiful space in a very accessible part of Derbyshire. The feedback about the project from artists and art enthusiasts has been brilliant.” The exhibition opening is taking place from 1pm on Saturday 8th November and the gallery will be open from 11-4pm on Mondays,
Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Visit the gallery facebook page at www.facebook.com /The OldStationGallery. Also at the Peak Village on 8th November, a visit from the The Siddiqui family of Channel 4’s Bafta winning series Gogglebox where the Derby-based family have risen to fame! Baasit, Umar and Sid
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Halloween Party At The Red Lion, Birchover Live Music from The Likely Ones and Pizzas from the Traditional Pizza Oven! The Red Lion, Birchover will be decorated for Halloween and is the venue for a Spooky Party on Friday 31 October. The pub, built in 1680, with its ancient oak beams, stone walls and 30ft deep well in the bar, provides the perfect atmosphere for a Halloween Party night. Birchover Carnival Committee are organising the event and local band, The Likely Ones will be playing from 7.30pm. Pizzas will be served from the outside Pizza Oven from 6.30pm onwards please bring along a cash donation for your Pizza. The Red Lion has a wide choice of local beers, plus the pubâ€™s own Nine Ladies bitter named after Birchoverâ€™s famous Stone Circle. All monies raised are towards the 2015 Birchover Carnival, taking place on 18 July 2015.
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Halloween Ghost Hunt covering all five creaky floors. A spooky tongue-incheek interactive show that will make you laughâ€Ś and shiver! This is a one hour promenade show with lots of stairs! Numbers are limited to 12 per show so book early! Suitable for ages 8 to 108. Proceeds to NSPCC. TICKETS: ÂŁ5 from Scrivenerâ€™s Bookshop, 42 High Street, Buxton, SK17 6HB. Tel. 01298 73100. PERFORMANCES: Wednesday, 29th October at 6.30pm. Thursday, 30th October at 6.30pm. Friday, 31st October at 6.30pm and 10.30pm.
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MATLOCK AND DISTRICT HARD OF HEARING CLUB On the 1st September the sun shone for the outing to Sudbury Prison. We weren’t going to serve a sentence, but to have a three course meal served to us. It was quite an experience! Afterwards we called at Fairways Garden Centre, near Ashbourne, to have a browse around, before returning to Matlock. At the October meeting Lyn Willis gave a talk with slides, entitled ‘Images of Matlock Gorge’. There were paintings and photographs showing the gorge between Cromford and Matlock spanning the years 17401870. It was very interesting to see the landscape change from rural to industrial and then with the advent of the railway in 1848 tourism grew. This meant that hotels, shops and houses were built, and road widening took place to cater for the increase in people and traffic to the area. Matlock Bath became a much visited ‘spa town’, due to the natural hot spring which was there. Roland Corfield thanked Lyn for his informative talk, and then the raffle was drawn, while tea and biscuits were served by committee members. The next meeting on 3rd November at 2pm. in the Imperial Rooms, Matlock will be a ‘Talk on Peru’, by Nick Roberts. Before that, however, there will be a ‘Mystery Tour’ afternoon outing on 20th October, followed by a W.I. tea.
allowed to borrow DVDs of films that are missed and there are two social events a year. Members also receive a large discount on Live and Local and Theatre events. For further information Denise Hall 01433 630760.
Bakewell and Ashford Film Society presents the 2013 British biographical film “The Railway Man” (Certificate 15) at The Medway Centre, Bakewell on Sunday 9th November at 7.30pm. “A former British Army officer, who was tormented as a prisoner of war at a Japanese labour camp during World War II, discovers that the man responsible for much of his treatment is still alive and sets out to confront him.” There will be a short introduction to the film and refreshments will be served during the interval. Enjoy high definition, wide screen
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CALVER FILM – THE APARTMENT – 13TH NOVEMBER Calver Film will be meeting on Thursday, 13th November at the Village Hall, Calver starting at 7.30pm. The film is The Apartment 125 mins, Cert PG.
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STARKHOLMES W.I. Starkholmes W.I. held their AGM and Mrs Gallon was elected President. The committee were all reelected. Mrs Smith who was Treasurer for 27 years has decided to hang up her cash book and Mrs Carroll has moved to Wingerworth. Mrs Smith was complimented on her financial statements. They were excellent. Mrs Chadburn won most points for the competitions and was presented with a cyclamen plant and the Hursthouse Cup. Birthday nosegays were presented to Mrs Bullar, Miss Chapman and Mrs White. The monthly lunch is on 29th October at the WHite Lion, Starkholmes. The competition for an Autumn Leaf was won by Mrs Farrall and tied second were Mrs Rosser and Mrs Caulfield. Mrs White won the raffle. The evening ended with the usual fish and chip supper at the AGM. Next meeting 12th November at 7pm at the Scout and Guide Hut, Matlock Green. Mandy Dakin and The Ice Cream Parlour.
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CRISPIN CROMFORD SCHOOL DOES HARVEST FESTIVAL FOR CHURCH ON THE BUS CHARITY WALK
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Some of the younger staff from the pub dressed as Minions, raising almost £600 towards the total The 7th annual Crispin (Great Longstone) charity walk took place on Sunday October 5th, raising more
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Set Festive Lunch Menu appear to be at odds, BECT’s hope is that the bookshop will generate enough profits to buy a much needed adapted bus to add to their fleet. The project has the community at its heart. The books are donated by the community and volunteers run the bookshop, selling and maintaining the books on a day to day basis. The volunteers also work with BECT to develop a vision for the future of Book End. Margaret Wood, Manager said: ‘I love working here, they’re a great team of volunteers, we have a good laugh and all enjoy discussing the books. I think it’s an ambitious aim to raise enough money to buy a new bus for BECT but we’re all determined’. The donated books cover a wide range of genres and authors. There is a vast array of fiction, from romance to crime, history to mystery. Including local authors such as Stephen Booth and Wendy Holden. If you are looking for cookery books Book End covers all tastes and styles; while shelves of history books range across the periods including several on the 2 World Wars. There are many autobiographies to choose from and lots of children’s books to keep little ones occupied while you browse. The bookshop also
sells cards by local artists, Penguin classics mugs and gift wrap. If you love books, like people or feel you would like to give something back to the community, why not get involved in the Books for a Bus project with Book End as a volunteer? Just a few hours a week could make a real difference – not only helping the Bookshop reaching its target and therefore making a difference to many people locally who rely on BECT. Books for a Bus helps all sorts of people who might otherwise feel isolated but who themselves can be involved in the community. So Books for a Bus isn’t such a strange link after all! Why not visit the bookshop, buy a book or donate, it all goes back into the community. At the moment the shop is open 10-5 Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday. If there were more volunteers the Bookshop could extend its opening hours. For more information on volunteering and the project contact Margaret Wood, Manager on 07740 535743, 01629 814994. Email firstname.lastname@example.org To find out more about BECT go to their website (bect.org.uk) and see if you could use their services for your expedition.
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The Old Wirksworthian Association (OWA), for former pupils of the Anthony Gell School, held their Annual Dinner at The Lion Hotel, Belper on Friday 10th October 2014. Approximately forty members with spouses, partners and friends gathered to meet up with former colleagues whilst enjoying an excellent meal. The proceedings were graced by the presence of Wirksworth’s Deputy Mayor Andy Pollock and his consort and wife Nicola. Also of special note was the attendance, all the way from their home in Mauritius, of Bernard Sandars and his wife Premila. Bernard was raised in Cromford and his successful career in the textiles industry eventually
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On 10th October, Cromford school children held their Harvest Festival. The wellattended service took place in Cromford Methodist Church where the children delighted their audience with songs and thoughtful prayers. The children also donated non-perishable goods (cereals, tea bags, coffee and tins) for Matlock’s Church on the Bus. The bus offers food, drink, clothing, support and friendship to the homeless, needy and addicted in the Matlock area. Cromford School children even got the opportunity to visit the bus itself when it parked right by the school that very same day. Our next events are our popular Christmas Fayre on 12th December, 3.15pm at school and our lovely Carol service on 18th December at 2pm in Saint Mary’s church on Cromford meadows. Everyone welcome! For more information, check our website http://www.cromfordcof eschool.com/ or call on 01629 822 248.
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November 2nd is All Souls’ Day, when prayers used to be said for departed souls and when the living shared out Soul Cakes, a variation on our regional oatcake recipes. They were sometimes baked in large batches by those who could afford ‘ … for to dele it for all crysten souls’ – that is, to distribute to their poorer neighbours. In many villages children went door to door, chanting a short rhyme: ‘A Soul’s Cake, a Soul’s Cake. If you haven’t a cake an apple will do, If you haven’t an apple a pair will do, If you haven’t a pear a penny will do. A Soul’s Cake – please.’ Another Peakland ‘eating’ custom, discontinued now unless someone knows otherwise, was the sharing of Thar Cake, also known as Tharf or Thor Cake. Its
name is thought to derive from the Old English ‘theorf’ meaning unleavened. Communal Tharf Cake ‘joinings’ were held on 5 November, Bonfire Night. In the weeks leading up to celebrations at Stoney Middleton, for example,
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villagers would raise money to buy ingredients for the cake and for bonfire toffee. It seems that practical jokes were played on those who didn’t contribute, nor were they welcome to join in the gathering. Thar Cake, as it was known at Bradwell, was shared out between families and neighbours with
considerable ceremony. In particular, Bradwell Primitive Methodists laid on a Thar Cake Supper on the Saturday closest to 5 November. People living in and around Hathersage paid small sums into a fund to buy the ingredients for their Tharf Cake Joining, held in a different house every year.
A small portion was kept until the following November, possibly as a charm against food shortages. Bakewell and Wirksworth passed down their own traditional Thor Cake recipes. Some versions were baked in cake tins about 2” deep, whilst this recipe produces a kind of biscuit: ½ lb oatmeal ½ lb SR flour ½ lb sugar 6 oz black treacle 6 oz butter 1 oz candied peel 1 teasp. baking powder Pinches of ground ginger, salt, coriander seeds Well grease a baking tray. Rub the butter into the dry ingredients and add the warmed treacle. Knead lightly before rolling out and cutting into quite thin rounds. Bake for 10 minutes at 375F, Gas Mark 4. To be shared around a warm fire on November 2nd. Julie Bunting
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Starters Cappuccino of parsnip soup, hazelnut, honey, penny loaf Heritage chicken pâté, cranberry chutney, grenadine jelly, ciabatta wafer, radish Monkfish cheeks, carrot pannacotta, crispy parma ham, frozen pea & mint, scampi powder Goats cheese tian, nut crumble, mulled cider, apple flavours
Mains Norfolk bronze turkey, sprouts, chipolatas, cranberry, glazed parsnips, roast potato, chantenay carrots, traditional gravy Woodland mushroom risotto, quails eggs, truffled camembert, watercress East coast hake, creamed potato, confit yolk, samphire, tender stem broccoli, creamed mussels Barbary duck, quince jelly, spiced red cabbage, chantenay carrots, black pudding croquette, port jus
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Puddings Vanilla crème brûlée, shortbread, raspberry flavours Traditional Christmas pudding & brandy sauce Chocolate orange delice, orange gel, iced clotted cream A selection of fine cheeses with traditional accompaniments
Traditional Roast Turkey served with all the trimmings Pan Fried Fillet of Salmon with a Lemon Butter Sauce (L) Pan Fried Fillet of Seabass with a Lemon Butter Sauce (E) Roast Lamb served with all the trimmings (Lunch only) Slow Roasted Shank of Lamb (Evening only) Sizzling Steak, served with Black Pepper Sauce Pork Loin with a Mushroom and Marsala Sauce
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opening ceremony for the new school play area in front of children, parents and members from the local community. Commenting on Becky’s visit headmaster Mr. Peter Johnston said: ‘We were delighted to welcome Becky to our village school. Sport and fitness plays a key part of our school life and having Becky in the school and teaching the juniors in their swimming will be a tremendous motivation to us all.’ Great Britain’s most successful ever swimmer, Becky Adlington announced her retirement from international competition in February 2013, and immediately set out her vision for her legacy, which she sees as her greatest challenge in swimming. She aims to achieve her vision through her ‘Becky Adlington’s SwimStars’ initiative, which she has been working on for the last two years. Becky’s visit to Carsington & Hopton School is one example of this initiative and whilst at the school she spent time both talking to the children about her experiences and taking the junior children for a swimming session at Hopton Hall in their indoor pool. Becky says: “I’m very proud of what I have achieved so far, but my journey is not finished yet. My vision is that every child in Britain will be able to swim 25 metres by the time they leave primary school. Being able to swim is such a wonderful life skill, and I see this as my greatest challenge in swimming.” Mr Johnston continued:
‘Becky very kindly agreed to ‘cut the ribbon’ at our opening ceremony for the new school play area. Having an Olympian and Great Britain’s most successful swimmer open the play area is a real treat for us and will make this fantastic new area even more special.’
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Peter Vale, the road crossing patrol man outside Highfields School's Starkholmes site, celebrated his 80th birthday last week. For twenty consecutive years Peter had a child attending Highfields; Matthew, now 40, Robert, Ella and Alice, now 27. Known as “Pete the lollipop man”, he has been helping children cross the road here for the last eight years. Pete said, “I have really enjoyed this job for the past 8 years. The students start crossing the road with me in year 7 and I soon get them trained in road safety and never have a problem with them again. The kids are great.” Assistant head of Highfields, Sheila Laming,
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BASLOW W.I. DARLINGS
Walking Around the Himalayas – Tim Bowles. Spell-bound, absorbing Tim’s every word, mesmerized by his Himalayan adventure, transfixed by his photography of seemingly endless virgin landscape, often with the snowcapped Manaslu Mountain silhouetted against blue skies and a foreground of furious, fast flowing water cascading down the precipitous rock face. Awesome and unspoilt. Narrow ancient pathways traversed steep hillsides on tracks that were uneven, rock strewn and dangerous. Slight intake of breath when we saw the rope suspension bridge; undaunted the Gorgeous Greenies were planning to follow in Tim’s footsteps until the “facilities” were mentioned. Sharing your tent with a stranger? And the ablutions, darlings, digging a hole? Every day? Sounded suspiciously like an Andrex free zone. Two weeks without a bath or shower? This was definitely a shade too green for our Gorgeous Greenies, guess they’re more Pale Green than Virulent Viridian!!! Trip cancelled. Baslow Bikers. D.D.D.C. Trainer – Marie Widerman. Leader – Jane Walker. Determined to improve our distance and speed, we ignored the deteriorating weather conditions and
pedalled faster. Ann McPhie clearly led the field, reaching Topley Pike in record time. Stop Press News: – Not officially notified, but it’s clear that the Authorities are really proud of us because they’re planning to extend the Monsal Trail by creating links to other existing Cycle Trails, providing a circular route for us. There’ll be no turning back then!! W.I.S.A. Leader – Christine Thompson. Curling – Judy Bennison. Our introduction to Curling was less a game of accuracy than an exercise in ruthless, remorseless, killer instinct tactics, no change there then. Bet Judy was shocked. They wouldn’t even let me have a practice, so I was thrashed and then they were happy! 12th Nov. 2pm. B.V.H. Pat Hall – Life is still funny. A.G.M. 19th Nov. 10am. B.V.H. Open Meeting. Suzanne Porter – Cockerton’s Solicitors. 26th Nov. 2-4pm. W.I.S.A. It’s not only the craft, nor the gossip but the fringe benefits, Barbara Massey’s baking, Jenny Henshaw’s Beans, Julia Foster’s Marrows, Kate Treves Courgettes and Vikki Watson’s Lettuces. What more could you want? 28th Nov. Walk. 10.30am. Barlow V.H. Lunch – Hackney House Cafe. J. Bennison. Jane Walker
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ANAIS MITCHELL with THIS IS THE KIT The Medway Centre, Bakewell, Sunday 23rd November 7.30pm A lot has happened to Anais Mitchell since her last gig in Derbyshire three years ago. Back then she supported Richard Thompson at Buxton Opera House to a very appreciative audience. This time she’s back headlining her own show. In between she’s been nominated for two BBC folk awards, and won one of them (for her version of “Willie of Winsbury” from the “Child Ballads” album she performed with Jefferson Hamer), sold out shows in Sheffield and Manchester and even had time to give birth to her first child. This last event partly informed the creation of her latest album “xoa” (her standard sign-off “hugs, kisses Anais”). The album is a taking stock and reflection on where she is today or as she says in the album liner notes, “I wanted to glance in the rear view before driving on”. The album is a stripped back affair recorded
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with producer Gary Paczosa who is acclaimed for his work with the likes of Alison Krauss and Gillian Welch. On it Anais plays unaccompanied some old songs, some new and some that she wrote but have been recorded by others
(most notably from her landmark “Hadestown” album). It is, she says, part autobiography and part love letter to her growing legion of fans. The xoa tour comes to Bakewell as part of a monthlong European jaunt, and for
fans of great song writing and superlative singing it’s an event not to be missed. Support comes from This is the Kit aka Brit folk wunderkind Kate Stables. Further info is available from email@example.com Tickets £15 adv.
IN THE LIONS’ DEN On 5 October, at the Boundary Inn, South Normanton, Matlock Derwent Valley Lions Club held their Annual Anniversary Charter Lunch to celebrate 35 years of service to the community. Lion President, Kevin Senior and his wife, Gill, greeted all the guests on arrival. He was particularly delighted to have the District Governor, Lion Alan Hall and his wife, Jane, as top-table guests,
together with Shirley Davison, Chair of First Taste Charity in Darley Dale and Tom Pilkington, one of its original tutors, with his wife Carol. Lion President Kevin outlined the achievements of the previous twelve months and paid tribute to Immediate Past President, Colin Turnbull, whose leadership had encouraged all the members to work so hard. District Governor, Lion
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District Governor Lion Alan Hall exchanges friendship banners with Lion President Kevin Senior Alan, brought thanks from First Taste Charity spoke International President, Joe about how her charity had Preston, and expressed how been inspiring elderly proud he was to be people to remain physically supported by such a and mentally active through dedicated club. Lion Kevin music, arts and other then asked District Governor activities. Tom Pilkington Alan to present 100% then led everyone in a awards to Lions Bill sample session, singing and Lansdowne, Colin Turnbull using percussion and Kevin Senior. In instruments; some of which addition, he then presented Matlock Derwent Valley a 35 Year Membership Lions had provided when Chevron to Lion Stuart First Taste began their work. Dodds; the only remaining Should you wish to know Charter Member, from when more about Matlock the club was first formed. Derwent Valley Lions Club Shirley Davison, Chair of go to www.matlocklions.org.uk
AN AWARD WINNING EVENING FOR EYAM MUSEUM An evening of celebrations was held at Derby Museum and Art Gallery on Friday 3rd October for the Derbyshire Heritage Awards and was crowned for Eyam Museum when they came away with two prizes for their exhibition ‘Eyam 19141918: A Second Sacrifice’. The first was a Highly Commended in the ‘Best Volunteer Project’ then one step better, First Prize in the ‘Inspiration Award for the Best Special Project’. Ken Thompson, the museum chairman, said how glad he was that the hard work of the volunteers
had been recognised and how grateful to the Heritage Lottery Fund for supporting their project. He was especially pleased that by researching the Parish Calendar for 1916 they had been able to remind visitors of the men from Eyam Parish who fought in WW1. “Only families know their names now’, he said. ‘We hope the exhibition will remind our visitors that they were not just statistics, they were individuals with homes and loved ones, and that over 120 came from just one small parish in the Peak District.”
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and will be accompanied by performances from Tideswell Male Voice Choir and a service led by Rev’d Richard Mottershead. Everyone is invited to come and share this magical afternoon and everyone at Blythe House hopes to see you there. For more information about the festival, please contact the hospice directly on 01298 815388.
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Anyone who has visited Blythe House will know what a special place it is, and from mid-November each year a little extra magic is added. The hospice and gardens are lit up with beautiful shining lights, each representing something or someone special. The Light up a Life appeal is once again sponsored by Lafarge Tarmac and provides a unique opportunity for you to remember and reflect upon the life of someone special by dedicating a light in their memory. It is also an opportunity to honour and dedicate a light to a loved one, a grandchild or grandparent perhaps, and to celebrate a special occasion such as a wedding anniversary or birth of a child. These starry white lights, which shine daily for nearly two months, represent not only celebrated lives and events, but also the vital work of Blythe House Hospice, which each and every dedication supports. The lights will be switched on at the Light up a Life Festival on Sunday 16th November at 3:30pm
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Rottola of Squash and Spinach Tallagio, tomato dressing, parmesan Dixies Three Little Pigs Cheek, belly, fillet, apple, sage Salmon Coulibac Beetroot, horseradish, spinach Druid Festive Turkey Dinner All the trimmings 10oz Rib Eye Steak House garnish (£3 supplement)
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Desserts Christmas Chocolate Tart Rum & raisin ice cream, hot spiced chocolate sauce Christmas Cheeseboard Selection of three cheeses, house garnish Christmas Pudding Brandy sauce Baked White Chocolate Cheesecake Berry compote Druid Festive Trifle Spiced fruits, custard, champagne jelly
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Gladys and Alwin Chatfield, Janet Challenger and Margie Stuckey on Gladys’ last day After more than twelve years of hard work, Gladys Chatfield has retired as Cleaner/Caretaker at the Medway Community Centre in Bakewell. Gladys has actually been ‘cleaning’ in Bakewell for over 32 years as prior to coming to us she was a familiar face for twenty years at Bakewell Laundrette. As a leading local charity, the Medway Centre has been grateful to Gladys for her work which was often way beyond the call of duty, and always with the Medway as a priority. We wish her and Alwin a very happy retirement.
Oxfam are having a preChristmas sale on Monday 10th November in the Bakewell Town Hall 9.30am12noon. It’s that time of year to buy Christmas gifts and Christmas items and there will be plenty to choose from at the sale. Other stalls include home baking, tombola, bric-abrac, jewellery, books and Traidcraft. Come along, browse and enjoy light refreshments. Entrance 50p
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Homemade winter vegetable soup served with crusty roll Goats cheese fondant, beetroot relish, broad bean salad and garlic croute Salad of bacon and black pudding, warm stilton dressing and croutons Salmon and cod fishcakes, garlic mayonnaise and watercress salad Smoked chicken and avocado Caesar salad, parmesan shavings.
Main Pan fried fillet of salmon, Bombay potatoes with a lightly curried mussel sauce Roast turkey crown with all the trimmings Slow braised beef in beer, button mushrooms, horseradish and herb dumpling Mushroom and spinach lasagne, mixed leaf salad garlic bread. All served with seasonal vegetables.
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THE ROTARY CLUB OF BAKEWELL WELCOMES BACK Intrepid Action4Asia Team Members On Wednesday 10th September, The Rotary Club of Bakewell was delighted to welcome back Dave Cook and Joseph O’Connor, members of the Action4Asia team, following their astounding 5,500 mile cycle ride from Singapore to Mumbai. The Club is delighted to have been able to support this remarkable venture. Team members endured relentless sickness, torrential rain, scorching temperatures, challenging terrain, traffic accidents, and border and visa problems. Action4Asia is non-profit organisation run by graduates from The University of Sheffield. It aims to support Aquabox, the water purification charity operated through The Rotary Club of Wirksworth and its many volunteers, and to publicise humanitarian issues across South East Asia. The Rotary Club of Bakewell is proud to have been able to present Action4Asia with £500 in
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Farming Village Celebrations Sunshine for Sunday, bells ringing and local produce in the hands of the congregation of Chelmorton for the walk up main Street to St John’s in the sunshine of the first Sunday of October. White limestone walls, Illy Willy water, the troughs and new village seat all splendid in the morning sunshine as folk passed the pound and walked up the Main Street Hill. All the more excitement to combine harvest festival at the church with the children’s service, little ones adorned the front pews, young Lilly played violin for the hymns, a poem by late village author Harry Swindell. Church warden Irene Ottey focused on communion while Vicar John Fountain had personally baked sweet bread for the congregation to share. There was both formal communion and then bread of harvest in the pews. Congregation then came to the altar to have local produced blessed in what has been a strong year of balanced sunshine and rain, driving strength into the fields of
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the linear single street village of Chelmorton in the heart of the Peak District.
Harvest festival at Chelmorton, children’s first of month family service combined with harvest to
enjoy young and old in farming village celebration at the heart of the Peak District.
MATLOCK AND DISTRICT ANTIQUES AND COLLECTABLES SOCIETY Meeting on 10th October 2014, at 7.30pm in The Imperial Rooms
One of our favourite speakers, Leo Leader, assisted by his brother, brought one of his ‘Mystery Boxes’ to a packed audience. For the benefit of the newcomers he gave them his insight into the ‘Antique Road Show’ meaning of Fruitwood, when they cannot identify the actual wood used.
He explained that ALL wood bears fruit so it cannot be said to be wrong! We went on to try to guess what each of the ten objects was used for, including a pinking machine, tobacco slicer, and a school dinner Bombe maker made from Dairy Metal. As usual nobody
got ten out of ten! The next meeting on 31st October, is a members’ meeting, with jewellery as the subject. We are all excited to meet Will Farmer from ‘The Antiques Road Show’ who will be with us on 12th December to talk on Clarice Cliff, entry by ticket only.
Christmas at The Red Lion at Litton 2 courses £16.95 3 courses £19.95 From Saturday 29th November till Tuesday 23rd December Duck and port paté with red onion marmalade, dressed salad leaves and toasted garlic croutes Smoked salmon, chive and cream cheese roulade with rocket and parmesan salad with a lemon and pepper dressing Beer battered Somerset brie, dressed mixed leaves and cranberry sauce Homemade soup of the day, with warm crusty bread and butter
Roast Derbyshire turkey, potatoes roasted in duck fat, Yorkshire pudding, fresh seasonal vegetables and all the festive trimmings Pan fried sea bass fillet served on herb new potatoes, pak choi and leeks in a mild spiced tomato sauce Baked filo parcel filled with leeks, potatoes and cream cheese served with buttered new potatoes and seasonal vegetables Slow cooked braised blade of beef with cheddar cheese and bacon mash, seasonal vegetables and red wine jus
Church Lane, Litton, Derbyshire SK17 8QU Tel: 01298 871458 www.theredlionlitton.co.uk
CHRISTMAS MENU PRE-BOOK 2/3 COURSES with Coffee FOR £15/£19
Pre-Order Your Wine and Prosecco £14.95 / Game Terrine, Apple Chutney, Soda Bread £18.95 Vanilla Poached Salmon, Puy Lentils, Pea Shoots Honey Roasted Pumpkin Soup, Toasted Pumpkin seeds, Natural yoghurt
Traditional Roast Turkey, all the Trimmings Fillet of Cod Rogan Josh, Baby vegetables Pea Risotto, Parmesan, Caramelised Lemon, Cress
Christmas pudding with brandy custard Panettone and cherry cheesecake Mince pies & brandy butter Winter berry meringue pie
Christmas pudding with a rich brandy sauce Sticky toffee pudding with hot, creamy custard Chef’s traditional sherry trifle Homemade orange meringue pie with a mixed berry coulis Our own chocolate delice with honeycomb ice cream Filter coffee and chocolate mints £2 Christmas party bookings now being taken Celebrate Christmas in our traditional, warm and friendly pub!
English Cheese Board, Celery, Grapes, Chutney, Wafers Salted Chocolate and Caramel Tart, Panacotta Ice Cream Homemade Christmas Pudding, Brandy Butter, Rum Sauce
K& OK O B &P O BOT SHO SHOOOP! GGIFIPFT TOO! NT EN O E P O
AVAILABLE EVERY DAY 28th Nov – 23rd Dec Including Friday and Saturday Nights! ASK AT THE COUNTER TO BOOK
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OPEN HOUSE EVENT VENDOR MOVING ABROAD – OPEN TO OFFERS. APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE ON:
NOVEMBER 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Spring Bank Cottage, Hackney
An exceptionally spacious, three large double bedroom detached stone built cottage, with generous off-road parking and well maintained walled tiered gardens. Occupying an elevated position with superb views over the Derwent Valley. In the last 3 years this property has been completely refurbished to a very high standard, it must be viewed to appreciate the many excellent features. Energy Rating E
• • Offers in the • region of • £395,000 •
Spectacular views over the Derwent Valley Close to shops, amenities & public transport links Within highly regarded school catchment Completely refurbished throughout Character cottage features with large family living spaces
A sympathetically refurbished three bedroom detached residence retaining original period features with generous off-road parking and enclosed gardens adjoining open countryside, stone outbuilding and storage sheds. Occupying a picturesque peaceful Peak Park setting. Energy Rating D
A delightful three bedroom barn conversion nestled in approximately three quarters of an acre of gardens / grazing land, with double garage and generous off-road parking. Occupying a stunning setting with superb far reaching views across open countryside towards Lathkill Dale. Energy Rating D
• Picturesque Peak Park village setting • Enclosed gardens adjoining open countryside • Generous off-road parking for several vehicles
• Superb uninterrupted far reaching views • Two garages and generous off-road parking • Within Lady Manners School catchment • Extensive gardens amounting to approximately 3/4 acre • Potential for further development subject to gaining relevant planning consents
Limestone Cottage, Conksbury Lane
• Retaining original period features • Lady Manners school catchment
NEW PRICE £185,000
A well appointed three bedroom semi-detached family property with off-road parking and enclosed rear garden with workshop. Occupying a popular residential area on the edge of Wirksworth close to an excellent range of local shops and amenities. Energy Rating D
A well proportioned three bedroom semi detached family home with attached garage, off-road parking and easily managed gardens. Occupying a popular residential area on the outskirts of Matlock close to an excellent range of local shops and amenities within highly regarded school catchment. Energy Rating E
• Off-road parking • Enclosed rear garden with workshop • Close to local shops and amenities
• No upward chain • Easy reach of an excellent range of local shops and amenities • Easily managed gardens, off-road parking and garage
14 King George Street
• Commutable distance of Matlock, Chesterfield and Derby • Highly regarded school catchment
269 Chesterfield Road
• Within highly regarded school catchment • Close to good public transport links
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The Rookery, Main Road
A well proportioned three bedroom link detached gritstone property sympathetically refurbished throughout, occupying a central historic village location near Eyam Hall, local shops, amenities and country inns. Within highly regarded school catchment, with off-road parking and enclosed garden. Energy Rating E
• • • NEW PRICE • £339,000 •
OPEN HOUSE EVENT SAT 8TH NOVEMBER 10:00AM - 3:00PM
No upward chain Bespoke Churchwood kitchen En-suite master bedroom Immaculately presented throughout Generously proportioned fully boarded loft
NEW PRICE £345,000
NEW PRICE £279,000
5 Furnall Avenue
An immaculately presented four bedroom detached property with garage, off-road parking and enclosed landscaped
A well appointed three bedroom semi-detached family home with off-road parking, detached garage and generous
gardens. Occupying a peaceful cul-de-sac location in the popular Derbyshire village of Crich, close to local shops and
gardens with seating terrace enjoying picturesque views. Occupying a highly sought after village location, close to
amenities within highly regarded school catchment. Energy Rating B
local shops, country inns and within excellent school catchment. Energy Rating E
• • • Peaceful cul-de-sac location • Spacious family living accommodation • Close to an excellent range of local shops and amenities
• Generous easily managed gardens • Picturesque views across open countryside • Lady Manners School catchment
Solar panels provide electricity
Immaculately presented throughout
• Highly sought after village location • Generous off-road parking and garage
FOR SALE BY AUCTION
FOR SALE BY AUCTION
on 26th November 2014 at Derbyshire County Cricket Club, Derby. Sale commences at 11:30am
on 26th November 2014 at Derbyshire County Cricket Club, Derby. Sale commences at 11:30am
NEW PRICE £147,000
9 Chesterfield Road
GUIDE PRICE £42,000 £46,000
A two/three bedroom stone built mid-terraced property with enclosed rear garden and outbuildings. Conveniently situated within easy reach of a wealth of local shops and amenities, nursery and public transport links within highly regarded school catchment. Energy Rating E
• Ideal for first time/investment buyer • Well appointed close to an excellent range of local amenities • Close to local nursery school and public transport links • En-suite master bedroom • Enclosed rear garden with exterior stores
Sunnyside (Former Post Office)
Situated in the pretty conservation village of Calver, Hope Valley in the Peak District National Park is this unusual, single level, ground floor former stone constructed Post Office which offers scope for alternative retail/commercial uses. Energy Rating D
• Central conservation village location • Situated in the Peak District National Park • Access to Sheffield, Chesterfield and Bakewell
£85,000 Apartment 1, Steep Turnpike
A well appointed generously proportioned Edwardian ground floor one bedroom apartment with off-road parking and private decked seating terrace. Enjoying picturesque views across the surrounding countryside, close to an excellent range of shops and amenities. Energy Rating C
• No upward chain • Allocated off-road parking • Ideal for first time or investment buyer
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THE OLD RECTORY Cubley, Ashbourne, Derbyshire
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GREENLANDS FARM Edale, Hope Valley, Derbyshire
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Tel: 01629 810018 â€¢ www.caudwellandco.com
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THE BARN Little Longstone, Bakewell, Derbyshire
" O B UUSB DUJW F D P O W F SUFEGP SNF SCB SO UP HF UI F SX JUI B UX P CF ESPP NI P M JEB Z D P UUB HF X JUI M P W F M Z W JFX T P W F SP QF O D P VO USZ T JEF F O T VJUF C B UI T I P X F SSPP NT TF QB SB UF UX P CF ESPP ND P UUB HF 5 X P SFD F QUJP O SPP NT M B SHF LJUD I F O EJO JO H M JW JO HSPP NGP VSCF ESPP NT B M M X JUI T JYT UB C M F T T UP O F P VUC VJM EJO HT HB SEF O B O EM B O EF YUF O EJO HUP B QQSP YJNB UF M Z B D SF T &1$SB UJO H & Guide price: Â£1,200,000 (subject to contract) Viewing: By appointment with Caudwell & Co. on 01629 810 018.
LONG ROODS FARM Ashford in the Water, Bakewell, Derbyshire
" O JNNB DVM B UF T UP O F C VJM UGB SNI P VTF TF UJO B QQSP YJNB UF M Z B D SF T X JUI M P O HSFB D I JO HW JFX T EP X O UP X B SET " T I GP SEJO UI F 8B UF S NT UX P T UP SFZ C B SO X JUI UI SFF T UB C M F T TFW F SB M GVSUI F S 5 X P SFD F QUJP O SPP NT LJUD I F O C SFBLGB T USPP NGP VSCF ESPP NT UI SFF C B UI T I P X F SSPP P VUC VJM EJO HT B QQSP YJNB UF M Z B D SF T P GHB SEF O T B O EM B O E &1$SB UJO H & Guide price: Â£1,450,000 (subject to contract). Viewing: By appointment with Caudwell & Co. on 01629 810 018.
Rutland Square, Buxton Road, Bakewell DE45 1BZ Email: email@example.com
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Chartered Surveyors • Estate Agents • Auctioneers • Residential Letting Agents TANSLEY PRNE IC W E
Price £500,000 • 17th Century stone built former farmhouse with fast access • Inner hallway; Dining kitchen & utility room;
Offers Around £349,950 • Utility Room; Living Room; Spacious Master Bedroom
PREVIOUSLY MARKETED AT £385,000 and £365,000 - Five bedroomed detached residence.
• Enjoying far reaching views over the surrounding countryside. • Driveway providing ample off-street parkingNO UPWARD CHAIN. • Separate 1/2 acre paddock / orchard. Character five double bedroomed property with en-suite and Part • • of a well established community of six bathroom.
Occupying a cul-de-sac location and enjoying a large garden plot to rear with paved patio.
• Entrance Hallway; Study / Family Room; Well fitted • VIEWING STRONGLY RECOMMENDED L-shaped Dining Kitchen; Guests' Cloakroom.
guest cloakroom; cold store and cellar.
• NO UPWARD CHAIN - Gas fired central heating, Sealed unit double glazing.
Gas central heating; Reception hallway; Dining room; Sitting room; Living room.
• Viewing highly recommended - EPC Rating F.
with fitted furniture and En-suite.
• Four further Bedrooms and a large Family Bathroom; Second driveway area to the side.
• Main driveway providing off-street parking and access to Garage to front. EPC Rating C.
Offers Around £295,000 • Three bedroomed stone built detached cottage enjoying • Sitting room; Utility room / store; Gardeners
Character four bedroomed stone built semi-detached property; Close to High Peak Trail.
Large driveway, garage and workshop; Two patio areas and a lawned garden.
• Four bedrooms; Dressing room area / study;
• Gas fired central heating; Entrance vestibule and
• Viewing strongly recommended - EPC Rating
leading to carport.
• Side entrance hallway; Breakfast kitchen; Dining room
• Three bedrooms; Bathroom; Patio areas to front taking full advantage of the views.
• Garden to side and rear EPC Rating E.
with feature fireplace and beamed ceiling.
• Sitting room with feature fireplace; Well
PRNE IC W E
Bathroom with separate shower.
proportioned dining room.
Offers Around £275,000
Utility / guest cloakroom.
Offers Around £214,500
Offers Around £175,000
• Driveway providing off-street parking and turning
WC accessed off side entrance hall.
breathtaking must be seen views over Matlock and surrounding countryside to front.
Offers Around £289,950 • Well fitted breakfast kitchen with granite surfaces;
Offers Around £148,500
• NO UPWARD CHAIN - Two bedroomed semi-
• NO UPWARD CHAIN - Two / three bedroomed first floor apartment.
• Conveniently located three bedroomed semi-
• Enjoying superb views to rear backing onto open
• Set in a quiet location within a popular and sought
• Within a character conversion - formerly the home to Sir Richard Arkwright.
• Within walking distance of Wirksworth town centre. • Gas fired central heating; Sealed unit upvc double
• Gas fired central heating; Sealed unit double
• Within the catchment area of Lady Manners School • Entrance hallway with quarry tiled floor covering;
• Allocated parking space and visitor parking.
• Four bedroomed detached property in popular cul-de-sac location. countryside. glazing.
• Reception hallway; Guest cloakroom; Living room; Fitted kitchen. • Four well proportioned bedrooms; Bathroom. • Driveway, garage and landscaped foregarden. • Patio and lawned garden to rear enjoying views. • Viewing recommended - EPC Rating Awaiting.
detached cottage. after village.
• Dining room; Fitted breakfast kitchen; Side entrance porch.
• Two bedrooms; Bathroom; Gas fired central heating. • Patio foregarden area and garden to rear. • VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED – EPC Rating E.
• Gas central heating; Spacious reception hallway;
• Entrance hallway; Living room; Fitted kitchen. • Three well proportioned bedrooms; Well presented
• Sitting room with feature fireplace; Dining room/
• Off-street parking for two vehicles, one with electric
Extensive communal gardens. Fitted kitchen.
potential bedroom three.
• Two large bedrooms with wardrobes and Bathroom.
• Viewing recommended - EPC Rating Awaiting.
• Landscaped foregarden with patio area / parking space.
• Low maintenance tiered garden to rear – EPC Rating D.
39 Dale Road, Matlock 01629 584591; 37 St. John’s Street, Wirksworth 01629 823489 Also at: Ashbourne; Burton upon Trent; Derby; Tutbury; Uttoxeter www.scargillmann.co.uk firstname.lastname@example.org
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Chartered Surveyors • Estate Agents • Auctioneers • Residential Letting Agents
OUR SEPTEMBER AUCTION HAS BEEN CHANGED TO 20TH NOVEMBER 2014 AT iPRO STADIUM, DERBY. COMMENCING AT 3.30PM Further entries are invited, our current lots are: EIGHT APARTMENTS AND A TERRACED PROPERTY ON WOODS LANE, DERBY
Offers over £500,000
LAND AT DALBURY LEES Offers over
86 GREENHILL, WIRKSWORTH
18 GREENWAY, BRASSINGTON
Offers over £150,000
Offers over £150,000
Large parcel of land situated on the Main Street within the village of Dalbury Lees, extending to approximately 20 acres of agricultural land with easy access to Ashbourne and Derby. The land is currently rented on an informal agreement at £50 per acre per annum. A copy of the OS plan is available upon request.
PRIME DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY • Apartments - Private entrances and parking to rear.
• Two bed end-terrace, Kitchen, two reception rooms, cellar, bathroom, DG, yard to rear.
• In total providing £4,540 per annum (fully let).
• EPC figures available upon request.
THREE BED DETACHED COTTAGE • Opportunity for further development. • Requires extensive modernisation. • Lounge, kitchen, ground floor Bathroom and three bedrooms. • Courtyard garden and workshop to front.
THREE BED SEMI-DETACHED HOUSE • Stunning views over open countryside. • Easy access to Peak National Park and Carsington Reservoir - EPC Rating E. • Double glazing and central heating.
• Close to Wirksworth town centre.
• Two reception rooms, fitted kitchen, two utility rooms, cloakroom, three bedrooms, family bathroom and WC.
• EPC Rating F.
• Delightful raised lawned garden to rear.
• Parking nearby.
PROPERTIES TO RENT CROMFORD TO
• Superb modern cottage style semi-detached residence •Convenient for Ashbourne and Derby •Surprisingly spacious three bedroomed accommodation •Full length lounge, well appointed fitted kitchen •Modern stylish bathroom, private mature garden and garage
• Charming two bedroom semi-detached cottage • Set within the hamlet of Kniveton close to Ashbourne • Living room, fitted kitchen, pantry/office • Spacious master bedroom, further bedroom, bathroom • Small garden to front with idyllic stream, car standing
• Four bedroom detached property in rural location • Spectacular views over the Derwent valley • 4.5 acres of landscaped grounds • Vestibule, reception hall, drawing room • Study, dining room, fitted breakfast kitchen
•Two storey three bedroom barn conversion •Fitted cloakroom, breakfast kitchen, dining room
Sitting area, ensuite shower room, family bathroom
•Courtyard setting, paved garden •Two car parking spaces
• Extended three bedroom semi-detached • Sitting room, dining room, fitted kitchen • Wet room, family bathroom • Extensive lawned garden, patio area • Ample off-street parking, garage
T D LEREE AG
• Charming two bedroom terraced property • Located within a quiet position Within level walking distance of Matlock town • centre amenities room, dining kitchen, patio gardens • Sitting and garden store
• Characterful first floor apartment • Located in the heart of Cromford with superb views • First floor open plan living kitchen area • Principal bedroom, further bedroom, bathroom • Rear balcony, available now
• One bedroom terraced cottage • Central heating and double glazing • Living room/kitchenette, bedroom with en-suite • Small lawned fore garden area • Close to all local amenities
39 Dale Road, Matlock 01629 584591; 37 St. John’s Street, Wirksworth 01629 823489 Also at: Ashbourne; Burton upon Trent; Derby; Tutbury; Uttoxeter www.scargillmann.co.uk email@example.com
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T’End House, Park Edge
Located in a truly breathtaking, spectacular position with unbelievable southerly views over Hathersage and across the valley and round to Stanage Edge, an extremely high spec five double bedroomed, five bath/shower room, modern, contemporary residence that has been completely re-modelled and upgraded to an unbelievably high standard. Oak and porcelain floors with underfloor heating, high spec double glazing and insulation. Bespoke kitchen and bathrooms, a magnificent orangery. Extensive outside entertaining areas and grounds 0.85 of an acre. Rarely in my 35 years in the business have I seen a property of this calibre and on the edge of this extremely sought after pretty Peak District village. Hathersage is an extremely popular and sought after village in the heart of the Peak District National Park. It has excellent shopping facilities and other amenities including outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts and gymnasium. Good transport links including train station. Local primary school, excellent restaurants and within approximately 14 miles drive of Sheffield. Awaiting EPC
Offers Around £1,200,000
Viewing: Hathersage Office.
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The White Cottage, Priestcliffe
The Gate House, Calver Mill
A circa 16th century four bedroomed country house which retains immense charm and character
A unique gate house property within the Grade II listed Calver Mill development, to form a four
throughout, refurbished sympathetically to a particularly high standard and situated within large and
bedroomed family accommodation with double integral garage amongst beautiful landscaped
delightful gardens with detached two story limestone barn. Garaging and beautiful formal cottage
communal gardens with fine views across farmland towards Froggatt Edge. The immaculately presented
gardens, with stunning views in the Peak District. The carefully restored accommodation features
accommodation includes reception hall, ground floor WC, large sitting room with living flame coal effect
impressive open stone fireplaces, mullioned windows, heavily beamed ceilings, oak and stone flagged
gas fire, fitted kitchen with a full complement of built-in appliances. At first floor, galleried landing, four
floors and contemporary bathrooms. Rear gardens adjoin the lane giving access into the limestone
well proportioned bedrooms including master bedroom with en-suite shower room/WC, further en-suite
uplands and the barn offers excellent potential for conversion subject to obtaining the necessary
guest room with shower room/WC and house bathroom with white suite. Energy Rating D
planning consent and building regulation approval for a holiday property or accommodation for a
Viewing: Hathersage Office.
dependant relative. Energy Rating E
Viewing: Bakewell Office.
Offers Around £675,000
Offers Around £475,000
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Lambton Cottage, Station Road
Wetherby, The Rock
A two double bedroomed detached limestone cottage which has delightful southerly views across
A truly spectacular, sympathetically and tastefully upgraded, three bedroomed extended cottage having
attractive gardens adjoining grazing land. Offering potential for modernisation and extension, subject
immense charm and character and improved with no expense spared. Living room with feature fireplace
to obtaining necessary planning consent, including gas central heating, majority secondary glazing,
and Clearview stove, separate family room with gritstone fireplace, spectacularly large living breakfast
driveway and a car port. Side entrance hall, cloakroom/WC, sitting room/dining room, study, galley
kitchen with a bespoke range of oak units by Andrew Sharpe, with kitchen and dining area, separate
kitchen and utility room. At first floor a galleried landing with box room, two double bedrooms and
utility, cloakroom/laundry. First floor, three excellent bedrooms with spectacular views over Bakewell and
bathroom/WC with white suite. Energy Rating F
the valley, luxury bathroom. Outside front decked area and garden with breathtaking views, to the rear lovely cottage garden with decked area, lawn, borders and good off-road parking. Awaiting Energy
Viewing: Bakewell Office.
Viewing: Bakewell Office.
Offers Around £365,000
Offers Around £425,000
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7 Stanedge Road
Duplex Apartment 9, Calver Mill
A charming period stone semi-detached three bedroomed house, immaculately presented throughout
A superb duplex apartment in a prime position immediately overlooking the river and with views up to
with gas central heating and partial double glazing. Very attractive features include stone mullioned
Curbar and Froggatt Edge and with accommodation over two floors in this historic Grade II listed mill
windows and feature fireplace. Large sitting room with stove, excellent fitted kitchen. Three fitted
conversion. Communal reception area, private hall with cloaks cupboard and boiler cupboard, ground
bedrooms and luxurious bathroom/WC with shower. Off-road parking space and attractive easily
floor master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, second double bedroom and principal bathroom. Chair
managed rear courtyard gardens. Bakewell is an historic picturesque market town in the heart of the
lift to first floor. Well proportioned L-shaped living room with far reaching views and dining room, well
Peak District and offers many delightful shops and first class schools including Lady Manners. Good
fitted kitchen with range of built-in appliances. Outside: two car parking spaces, beautiful grounds and
recreational facilities and convenient for Buxton, Chesterfield and Sheffield. Energy Rating E
Wheelhouse Gymnasium. Energy Rating C
Viewing: Bakewell Office.
Viewing: Hathersage Office.
Offers Around £299,950
Offers Around £255,000
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9 Beauford House, Bamford Mill The Hollow
A superbly appointed two double bedroomed penthouse apartment with spectacular views over the River Derwent with fishing rights. Attractive communal gardens and generous secure gated parking. The accommodation includes communal carpeted entrance hall with lift access to the third floor, reception hall, sitting room, fitted breakfast kitchen with appliances, master bedroom, en-suite, second double bedroom and principal bathroom from the rear hallway. Bamford is a popular village within the Peak National Park, with good amenities, public transport including railway service, excellent local school and the Sickleholme Golf Club. Awaiting EPC Viewing: Hathersage Office.
Viewing: Hathersage Office.
27 Bank Road, Matlock
Tel: 01629 760899
2 ACRE PADDOCK (available by separate negotiation)
4 Fern Bank
A three bedroom, four storey semi-detached limestone villa contemporarily modernised with delightful views across the village. Gas central heating and double glazing. The accommodation includes modern fitted Shaker style kitchen with dining area, ground floor bathroom/w.c., large sitting room/dining room with maple boarded floor and feature stone fireplace with stove. First floor: two bedrooms, including master with en-suite w.c. Attic bedroom 3. Outside: easily managed courtyards to the front and rear. Timber garden shed. Energy Rating E
DARLEY DALE £220,000 NEW
• Characterful, detached, Grade II, stone built property • Large gardens with driveway and garaging • Four bedrooms • Large dining room with log burner • Spacious sitting room • Breakfast kitchen and study • Annexe with kitchen, sitting room, shower room, bedroom
COMMANDING VIEWS • • • • • • • •
NO UPWARD CHAIN A delightfully spacious, detached, bungalow THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS Sitting room and dining room Breakfast kitchen Gardens surrounding the property Driveway with off-road parking Undercroft garaging • EPC=E
• • • • • • • •
Well presented semi-detached family home FOUR BEDROOMS Family bathroom and cloakroom Sitting room Living/dining room Breakfast kitchen Gardens to front and rear Garaging with off-road parking • EPC=D
VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
• Delightfully spacious, stone built, semidetached home • VILLAGE LOCATION • THREE/FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS • Good size dining kitchen and utility room • Gardens to front and enclosed rear garden • Family bathroom, en-suite and ground floor shower room • Three reception rooms • Detached garaging & off-road parking • EPC=D
CHESTERFIELD • • • • • • • •
IMMACULATELY PRESENTED HOME Three bedrooms Family bathroom and cloakroom Spacious living room Fitted kitchen Garage and with ample off-road parking Delightfully enclosed rear garden EPC=C
DAYS 3 N I SSTC
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CRESSBROOK MILL, SK17 8SA Flat 8, Bobbin Mill
BRADWELL, S33 9JL Bridge Cottage, Netherside
A centrally positioned cottage in the heart of the village. The home has a pleasant enclosed rear garden and is a level walk to Bradwell's comprehensive facilities for a village of its size.
A well proportioned two double bedroomed second floor apartment located in this picturesque converted mill with stunning views of Monsal Dale and the River Wye.
• Second Floor • Secured entrance • Allocated parking • Idyllic setting • Fitted wardrobes to bedrooms • Night storage heaters.
• A well proportioned reception room • breakfasting kitchen • 2 bedrooms • bathroom • Gas CH • Great backdrop of Bradwell Edge.
EPC rating C EPC rating D
VIEWING: Hathersage Office.
VIEWING: Bakewell Office.
For a FREE market appraisal please call Bakewell office 01629 700 699 or Hathersage office 01433 651 888
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SHATTON, S33 0BG Willow Brook House
BASLOW, DE45 1RF 1, Wheatlands Lane
A substantial and luxuriously appointed four bedroomed detached house with large attractively landscaped gardens which have river frontage, generous parking and tandem garage. The accommodation with gas central heating and double glazing has been upgraded to a high specification featuring superb reception rooms, excellent large dining kitchen and impressive rear Victorian style conservatory extension. There is planning permission for further extension. Further details of the planning consent is available from the agents. EPC rating F
VIEWING: Hathersage Office.
A stone built 3 bedroom semi-detached family home with an attractive garden, workshop and stunning views of Baslow Edge. Enviably positioned on a quiet road the property is a short walk from the village centre and the Chatsworth estate. Derbyshire Dales occupancy clause applies.
• Three bedrooms • Entrance hall • Generous main reception with wood burning stove • Fitted kitchen • Family bathroom • Delightful garden and rear yard • Covered lean-to with workshop and shed • Views of Baslow Edge and over Chatsworth Estate • uPVC double glazing • Popular Peak Park Village • Good selection of public house and restaurants in Baslow • Highly rated primary school and Lady Manners catchment. EPC rating E VIEWING: Bakewell Office.
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Monday 3rd November 2014
The Agricultural Business Centre, Bakewell at 3.00pm
Land at Chelmorton
Land at Leam
Derbyshire Approximately 3 acres of useful grassland suitable for agriculture or equestrian use.
Auction guide price:
£6,000 to £7,000 per acre* Enquiries to:
Land off Blackwell Lane Melbourne, Derbyshire
Ashover, Derbyshire Delightfully situated traditional farmstead for renovation. Extensive buildings with development potential (subject to PP) and approx 65.5 acres of grassland. For Sale in 7 Lots.
2.33 acres of grassland with useful timber outbuilding, level terrain with good access.
Auction guide price: Enquiries to:
14 acres of grassland with agricultural shed and caravan site.
Auction guide price:
£6,000 to £7,000 per acre* Enquiries to: Bakewell Office 01629 812777
Bakewell Office 01629 812777
Birkin Lane Farm
Land at Stoke Grindleford, Derbyshire 7.36 acres of land, 4.60 acres of grassland and 2.76 acres woodland.
Auction guide price:
£100,000 to £140,000* Enquiries to: Bakewell Office 01629 812777
Ashbourne Office 01335 342201
Auction guide price:
Land at Main Road
Price on Application
Enquiries to: Ashbourne Office 01335 342201
Auction guide price:
Auction guide price:
£9,000 to £12,000 per acre*
£7,000 to £10,000 per acre*
8.34 acres comprising two fields with good vehicular private road access.
Land at Hill Farm
Land at Middleton by Youlgrave, Derbyshire 9.58 acres of grassland.
Old Whittington, Chesterfield
Ashbourne Office 01335 342201
Enquiries to: Bakewell Office 01629 812777
25.34 acres of productive arable land and woodland with good access.
Land at Youlgrave, Derbyshire 7 acres of grassland.
* The Guide Price is issued as an indication of the auctioneer’s opinion of the likely selling price of the
Auction guide price:
£160,000 to £170,000*
Auction guide price:
Enquiries to: Bakewell Office 01629 812777
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 including the day of the auction.
Bakewell Office 01629 812777
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01629 812777 01889 562811
£7,000 to £10,000 per acre*
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Edmund Cottage, Park View, Holloway
The Green Cottage, Town St Brassington
Located in this popular village of Holloway, this substantial, three bedroom cottage is now being offered for sale. This home has been skilfully and thoughtfully extended to provide accommodation comprising: Lounge, Breakfast Kitchen, Living Room. To the first floor there are three bedrooms with a Loft Room. Outside there is an extensive garden to the rear enjoying uninterrupted views of the surrounding countryside. We would recommend an early inspection of this stunning family home to fully appreciate the accommodation on offer.
Located in this sought after village of Brassington, this four bedroom, Grade II Listed home is now being offered for sale. The property has been sensitively extended and upgraded by the current owners to provide a stunning family home. The accommodation is arranged over three floors and comprises of, Snug, Sitting Room, Dining Kitchen, Garden Room, Utility and Guest's Cloakroom. To the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. On the second floor there are two further bedrooms. Outside there are gardens to three aspects with off-street parking for up to two vehicles.
Dale End Farm , Gratton, Nr Bakewell
The Old Chapel, Uppertown, Birchover
Dale End Farm is a beautiful Grade II listed Georgian farmhouse which sits elegantly – as it has since 1797 – amongst some of the most stunning, unspoilt countryside to be found in the heart of the Peak District National Park. The property also has two, three bedroom holiday cottages on site.
The Old Chapel is found in a picturesque location in the heart of Birchover, a pretty and popular Peak District village. The Old Chapel was originally constructed in 1867 and extended in 1925 from locally quarried gritstone. Nine Ladies and Andlestone Cottages comprise four bathrooms and two kitchens. Each cottage is currently entirely independent.
Penny Cottage, Yeoman St, Bonsall
Located in the centre of this sought after, historic village, Grant's of Derbyshire are delighted to offer for sale, this handsome, two bedroom detached cottage which dates back to 1898 and is presented to the highest order throughout. The accommodation comprises: sitting room, dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom. The garden has been thoughtfully landscaped by the present owners. There is potential to extend this home to provide an additional bedroom subject to the usual planning permissions being sought. Off-Street parking is available by separate arrangement.
Highfields, Shelford Lane, Lea
This beautiful 4 bedroom detached home was originally a small bungalow but in the last 4 years has been entirely re-designed, significantly extended and luxuriously appointed by the current owners. Separate detached annexe available by separate negotiation.
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ROTARY CLUB OF BAKEWELL STAGES A GREAT MALE VOICE CHOIR CONCERT On Wednesday, September 15th the Rotary Club of Bakewell held a very special concert at which two Male Voice Choirs combined to provide a super-concert. These choirs were the Dore Male Voice Choir from Sheffield and the Liskerret Male Voice Choir from Cornwall, totalling together 100 choristers who brought the house down with the power of their music. The Dore choir had recently performed at the London Guildhall and at Chatsworth House. The Liskerret choir were on their way to perform in the Coventry Cathedral. The concert was held in the newly renovated Assembly room of the Bakewell Town Hall with an audience which filled it to its capacity of 145, who were able to get the full sound of the much loved old favourite tunes. A very enjoyable evening ended with quite a dramatic end when one of the
Dore Male Voice Choir choristers passed out on the stage. A sufferer from low blood pressure, he had been overcome by the heat generated by the other 99
choristers. He staged a speedy recovery. The net profit registered an excellent return of around £1,000, some of
which will be presented to President’s Charity, Derbyshire Young Carers and some to International causes.
A SMALL GROUP WITH A BIG HEART On October 13th 2014 the Matlock branch of the British Heart Foundation held its Annual General Meeting. It was brought to the attention of the meeting, that in the sixteen years of its existence, the group has raised £158,470 through events, donations and collections. This is a considerable achievement for a small group of volunteers. The money raised helps the BHF in offering advice on prevention and healthy lifestyle, giving support to people suffering from or at risk of heart disease and funding research into the diagnosis and treatment of the disease. The Matlock branch
was founded by the late Mr Selwyn Morris and his wife, Dot, who remains active in the group and acts as Chairperson. The group is already planning events for the year 2015 and is keen to publicise its activities. It would also welcome offers of help and support. Anyone who feels able to contribute can contact the branch secretary, Gordon Mcglone, on 01629 735080 or at gordonandlorraine@btint ernet.com
Local stargazer, Matt Foyle, has reached the final stages of an international astronomy photography competition. The competition, organised by the Royal Observatory Greenwich, attracted a record number of 2,500 entries from 51 countries. Matt’s photograph, which took five nights to shoot from his back garden in Bakewell, was among just 120 shortlisted entries. The entries included images of solar features, eclipses, aurorae, nebulae, star trails, galaxies and deep sky objects. All of the shortlisted entries are part of an exhibition at the Royal Observatory Greenwich until 22 February 2015 with free entry. Matt, who is a teacher at Lady Manners School in Bakewell, submitted one of his images of the Triangulum Galaxy (Messier 33) in the deep sky category. Matt’s image is made up of 10 and 20 min exposures using a cooled monochromatic camera attached to a 4 inch refracting telescope on a tracking mount and tripod. His hobby takes up a fair bit of time, and he commented: “One of the biggest skills
Matt Foyle presenting his book to Nicky Hetherington, Librarian in imaging objects like this an understanding partner to Lady Manners School is the extended length of who is willing to put up with library in the hope that time required for each the draught from the someone might be inspired exposure and then setting kitchen door while the to take up the hobby and up every night to make sure imaging sessions are produce more amazing images from the Peak the telescope is on target. running over many nights!” Matt is donating his book District in the future. This makes it vital to have
FIDLER TAYLOR’S AUTUMN PROPERTY AUCTION ACHIEVED 90% SUCCESS
With level of attendance reminiscent of more buoyant times, FidlerTaylor’s Autumn Property Auction achieved 90% success and yielded a total value of marginally under £1.6m. Three lots were sold at strong prices prior to auction; one lot was withdrawn as the vendor decided to keep the property and the remaining
Chairwoman, Mrs Dot Morris
Matlock: 01629 580228 Ashbourne: 01335 346246 Chesterfield: 01246 209950
lots, with one exception, all sold to brisk bidding. A blank canvas renovation project on the outskirts of Wirksworth at Speedwell Mill sold at £99,000. 5.6 acres at Sydnope Hill achieved £25,000 (£4,500 per acre). The former Baptist Church within Wirksworth town centre sold after a bidding battle at £162,000. A
substantial bungalow with renovation and extension prospects at Oakerthorpe, near Alfreton, achieved £183,000. A period cottage in Winster sold at £235,000 and Cotmandene on Ashford Road, Bakewell, a 1920’s detached bungalow in an easily managed plot, but in need of considerable renovation, achieved £250,000.
The Auctioneers have one sale remaining in the year with a single lot, being another bungalow on the outskirts of Bakewell overlooking the town and with an adjacent paddock, to be offered on 27 November 2014. Entries are already being taken for the next catalogue sale which is to be held in the early New Year.
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HILLTOP COTTAGE - WHEATCROFT NEW PRICE
A SUBSTANTIAL DETACHED THREE BEDROOM PROPERTY STANDING IN A LARGE PLOT EXTENDING AROUND ¾ OF AN ACRE SET WITHIN THIS DELIGHTFUL BACKWATER LOCATION ENJOYING SPECTACULAR PANORAMIC VIEWS STRETCHING OVER SEVERAL COUNTIES AND ONTO OPEN COUNTRYSIDE. Fitted with a bespoke shaker style kitchen beneath granite work surfaces, modern en-suite facilities together with part upvc and part wooden double glazing and oil fired central heating. Two Garages with ample vehicular hard standing and several outbuildings/sheds. Well stocked mature gardens, Hot tub and Sauna. EPC Rating: E. Viewing highly recommended to appreciate the accommodation on offer
A TWO/THREE BEDROOM CHARACTER DETACHED LIMESTONE COTTAGE TUCKED AWAY WITHIN A POPULAR VILLAGE LOCATION. Set within a manageable but larger than average village plot with superb countryside views, the property already benefits from modern conveniences such as gas-fired central heating, uPVC double glazing and two multifuel stoves but leaves room for further upgrading/extension subject to planning approvals for one’s own footprint. Bonsall has many local amenities such as two public houses, shop/post office, café, childrens recreation area a high achieving Junior school. Bus routes to neighbouring villages and market towns such as Wirksworth and Matlock. Excellent countryside walking on doorstep. EPC rating: E. Viewing highly recommended
A MODERN TWO DOUBLE BEDROOM END OF TERRACE PROPERTY SITTING WITHIN A HIGHLY REGARDED RESIDENTIAL LOCATION. Fitted kitchen with range of integral appliances, bathroom and en-suite facilities, gas fired central heating and upvc double glazed. Single garage and front and rear gardens taking in quite superb southerly views. EPC rating: D Ref: 8149
A CHARACTERFUL ONE BEDROOM FORMER ARKWRIGHT WORKER’S COTTAGE SET WITHIN THIS HISTORIC VILLAGE LOCATION AND PRESENTED TO A MODERN NEUTRAL TONE THROUGHOUT. Benefitting from gas-fired central heating, recently decorated externally, small rear yard, outhouse and enjoying countryside views in the distance. EPC rating: C Ref: 8330
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MILLER’S DALE AND DISTRICT W.I.
CONCERT RAISES OVER £1000 FOR MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT A concert of flute and piano music on Sunday 5th October raised over £1000 for Macmillan Cancer support. Held in the very fine Music Room at Willersley Castle in Cromford, to an audience of over 60 friends and family, the performance by local musician Colin Humphreys(flute) and wellknown concert pianist Beate Toyka, was very warmly received. Although the programme included some well-known flute pieces by Mozart, Handel, Debussy and Joplin, it also contained some more unusual pieces by Honneger, Copland and Albeniz. A
distinctive and popular feature of the evening were the interesting introductions to each piece by Colin, taking the audience through the history of flute music from the early eighteenth century to the late twentieth century, giving references not only to what was happening in music but also in art, literature and architecture. Sixty-three year-old Colin lost his wife to cancer ten years ago this year, and wanted to mark the anniversary in a positive way. He was a student at the Royal College of Music in the late 1960s and early 70s, but his career took him away
from flute playing. However, he decided over a year ago to take up playing again in order to prepare for a full recital, his first for 40 years. ‘I thought it would be like riding a bike’ said Colin, ‘you never forget how to do it! But it wasn’t, and I had to buy a new flute and work hard to resurrect my playing. And I am indebted to Beate Toyka for supporting me through the process.’ Colin was very pleased with the response and generosity of the audience. ‘Raising over £1000 was much more than I had dared to hope for. And judging by the feedback I have received, everyone enjoyed the evening.’
Miller’s Dale and District W. I. met at Litton Village Hall for their usual monthly meeting on Wednesday 8th October and was very well attended. Members were reminded that the Group Meeting was being held on Monday 13th. October. Midnight in Paris was the film to be shown – and pop corn and ice cream would be available. The Autumn Federation meeting had been held at Derby Cricket Ground on the 7th. October; our delegate had attended and reported back that Miller’s Dale W.I had been congratulated for their bulb order, which helps The Derbyshire Federation W. I. to earn commission. The speakers were Angela Baker from The Calendar Girls and Michael Portillo; both speakers had given excellent talks. Judy then introduced our Speaker Annie Whitehill who told us about the ‘Appaachian Dance’; she gave a brief history of the dance, and then a short demonstration. She encouraged us to join in with the rest of her group! It was great fun for both the participants and the audience. The next monthly meeting is the annual meeting and will be held in Litton Village Hall on Wednesday the 12th. November 2014.
As usual, the Eyam Village bonfire (on Saturday, 1st November, 2014) promises to be an evening of spooky fun, tasty treats and fabulous fireworks! Come and join in the torch-lit procession of the infamous Rat from the village square through the village to the playing fields. There will be entertainment from 6pm, with the parade leaving the square at 6.15pm. At the playing fields, you can enjoy a warming drink or bite to eat (choose from home-made soup, hot dogs, jacket potatoes, bonfire toffee, mulled wine, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, lager and soft drinks), while you watch
the bonfire and see the Rat meet its end! The evening will end with a fantastic firework display, so bring along your best ‘oohs’ and ‘aahs’. There is a full wetweather contingency plan in place so keep an eye on the Eyam School PTA Facebook page for all the latest event details. Tickets are priced at £4.50 in advance, £5 on the night (children £2 in advance, £2.50 on the night) and are available from most local Eyam stores or by calling 07759 605347. All funds raised will go to Eyam School PTA, so please do come along to support us and join in the fun!
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Treak Cliff Cavern, nestled in the hills at the edge of the Hope Valley in Castleton, will be hosting its annual â€˜Carols By Candlelightâ€™ event this December with festive singing underground in the Blue-John-stone-adorned â€˜Witches Chamberâ€™. 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. Tickets are available for Sat 6th & Sun 7th Dec, Sat 13th & Sun 14th Dec and Sat 20th & Sun 21st Dec at 2pm each day, advanced booking only, either online at www.bluejohnstone.com or by telephone on 01433 620 571 at a cost of ÂŁ10 per adult and ÂŁ5 per child (5 to 15 yrs) under 5s are free.
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HUGE SAVINGS Hansons Valuation Days in Matlock caused a real buzz! At the recent Hansons Valuation Days held in Carol Tunaleyâ€™s beautiful Antique shop in Matlock, a large selection of items were consigned - everything from jewellery to ceramics and in particular a pair of Japanese Meiji period bronze vases and a 19th-century Ashford marble pedestal bowl. These items realised ÂŁ3,400 and ÂŁ480 respectively in our recent Fine Art Auction. Isabel Murtough, general valuer and auctioneer at Hansons reports â€“ â€˜ I have
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If your family member no longer has the requisite mental capacity to appoint a representative, Cockertons can submit Court of
Protection applications to enable you to deal with their affairs. To find out more about Cockertonsâ€™ Dementia
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Finding out that you or a relative has the onset of dementia can be daunting news. But there is positive action you can take to prepare for the future and reduce potential upset and financial pressure. Cockertons is holding a talk at the Medway Centre in Bakewell on November 27 to highlight the issues living with dementia raises. Running from 10am to 12 noon, the free, informal discussion will be led by experts from Cockertonsâ€™ conveyancing and elderly client teams, along with dedicated Dementia Friends from the Alzheimerâ€™s Society. The event will cover a variety of topics, including the creation of Lasting Powers of Attorney. These documents enable an appointed family member or friend to deal with your affairs, make payments for care and take decisions about medical and social issues. In some situations it may not be cost effective to draw up powers of attorney and instead, a second party signatory can be nominated. The Department for Work and Pensions can also appoint someone to manage state benefits. Making plans for the future requires an individual to have the necessary mental capacity. It is, therefore,
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BAKEWELL HURRIERS SUCCESS IN GREAT NORTH RUN 2014
HOW MUCH ARE YOU PREPARED TO GAMBLE?
My friend recently told me about a profit he made trading penny shares in a British Oil Company, his thought process behind the purchase was “they’ve fallen substantially so they had to recover, right?”. You may think he was right because he made a profit, the fact of course is that he was lucky and could have quite easily had his ‘fingers burnt’. So ok, occasionally you may fancy playing around with a small percentage of your savings in penny shares, they offer an element of excitement and you want to see how well you can do? However you’re not going to gamble your entire investment portfolio in this way are you? The risk of loss far outweighs the potential return and an investment portfolio of £100,000 + is completely different to a few hundred pounds in penny shares. Although there appears to be a significant amount of information and knowledge to be gleaned in order to continually be successful at trading on the stock market, remember what you read about in the
‘high street media’ is old news, every adviser, fund and portfolio manager will have already known about this information before or at the time it was happening. In order to successfully invest our savings for long term consistent returns, without leaving returns to luck it is always best left to a professional. As financial advisers we have access to a vast array of data and information that we use to analyse portfolios to match clients required outcomes. Along with over 30 years of experience and presence in the industry we can help you ensure your money is invested in an investment portfolio tailored to your needs. We all want our savings to work as hard as possible, especially given the low rates of interest offered by the banks and building societies at present. If you would like to speak with us about how we could help yours to work harder without risking it all, please call us on 01246 296060 or connect with us via our w e b s i t e , www.charlesjames.net. Remember, sooner or
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ALL CHANGE FOR PROBATE SERVICES It is all change in the market for probate services
The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAE&W), the accountancy profession’s most prestigious body, was recently granted new powers under a statutory designation order approved by parliament. This means that ICAE&W Chartered Accountants licensed by the ICAE&W will be able to provide probate services directly to consumers, making the market place for legal services work much more competitive. Before the change such services were ‘reserved legal activities’ and could only be provided by a solicitor, barrister or public notary. My firm, Andrew B Sharkey Ltd has been confirmed by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAE&W) to carry out probate work. As a Chartered Accountant, dealing with all of my clients’ financial matters, I am now able to
offer a full range of probate and estate administration services. This will include obtaining a grant of probate and collecting in the assets of an estate; settling the liabilities; delivering the tax returns; preparing the estate accounts and distributing the remainder in accordance with the will or letters of administration. I can advise executors appointed under an existing will or be appointed executor under a new will, to act on behalf of the other executors and beneficiaries of the will. I will also be able to advise on estate planning and administration to ensure that the wishes of the will are fully carried out in a sympathetic but professional and cost effective manner. If you have recently been appointed an executor or are administering an estate and would like professional help then please contact me.
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Five members of a local running group, Bakewell Hurriers (not Harriers), entered and completed the 13.1 mile run from Newcastle to South Shields. They also raised money for Coeliac UK and Rainbow Children's Hospice. There were 56,000 entrants. Finishing and enjoying the race were prime aims. Three of the locals claimed top-half places. Jenny Parker was fastest and Gill Bowler second fastest, with two close to halfway. The group were proud of their results, not least because they were all novice runners when they started some five years ago. So far in 2014 they have completed eleven half marathons between them and some shorter events. The age group results, provided by the organisers, tend to favour older members, as more sedate activities may grow in attraction. Mike Hillam, Gill Bowler and Sara Barrett earned the three highest placings by this count. The group’s most ambitious runner is Di Sloan who also completed the Reykjavik, Iceland, half marathon at the end of August. Previously she has completed the Berlin half marathon. The group meets up twice a week for training
The five with their medals. From left: Mike Hillam, Di Sloan, Jenny Parker, Gill Bowler and Sara Barrett runs, most Tuesday evenings might appeal (or even be group has catered for the and Saturday mornings. If encouraged by your doctor) 20s-70s age group and an you think running, fresh air do please phone Mike on equally wide range of and sociable company 01629 813257. So far the experience. All welcome.
BAKEWELL GOLF CLUB’S CHARITY DAY FOR ASHGATE HOSPICE
Bakewell Golf Club staged its annual Charity Day golf competition at the course in support of Ashgate Hospice. The day was a great success: we had 19 teams competing in beautiful weather; we organised a number of money raising events on the day; and held an auction in the evening. The money raised was the tremendous amount of £2,742. This has been donated to Ashgate Hospice, which, as you are aware, provides a much valued service to the people of Bakewell. Without the generous support of local firms we would not be able to continue to raise money for local charities. The photo shows the Bakewell vice-captains, Joe Noble and Mavis Holmes presenting a cheque to Ashgate Hospice. We would like to thank the following local firms for sponsoring tees and donating raffle or auction
prizes: Longcliff quarry ag & m, Derbyshire Aggregates, Just Wood Briquettes, Baslow Insurance, Spar, Bradleys Hairdressers, Byways Café, Bakewell Sheldon Garage, Platts Harris, Craig Pollard,
PGA Tapton, Simon Townsend, PGA High Peak Driving Range, Shalimar Restaurant, Glider Flight, Abney Airfield, Bakewell Show, Peacock Hotel, Rowsley, Riverside Hotel, Ashford, Piedaniels, Smiths
Island Car Park, Thornbridge Brewery, Hassop Hall, East Lodge, Pointing Dog & Duck, Torne Valley, The Eye Place, Cockertons, New Close Farm Butchers, plus many individuals who donated prizes.
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St. Anne's Church, Miller's Dale, hosted Bishop Alastair and his wife Caroline on Saturday, September 13th, at 2.30pm. They began their annual sponsored bike ride for the Derbyshire Churches and Chapels Preservation Trust (known as the “Ride and Stride” event) from nearby Miller's Dale Station, after tea and cake and a chance to meet local people. Their route took them along the Y6 children at Bradwell Junior School have been taking part in Bikeability Training. Bikeability is ‘cycling proficiency’ for the 21st century, designed to give the next generation the skills and confidence to ride their bikes on today’s roads. The scheme is funded centrally and provides schools with access to highly qualified instructors who tailor the programme to suit the needs of the children based on their local environment. It is an excellent opportunity for children to get active as well as learn strategies and skills for keeping themselves safe on the roads. Headteacher Kim Attwood said, “Once the children have completed the programme they are
Monsal Trail to Bakewell, where more refreshments awaited at the Parish Church. A group of cyclists from Tideswell Parish (where Miller’s Dale is located) accompanied them on their way.
Bishop Alastair and Caroline with a posse of cyclists from Tideswell Parish, at Miller’s Dale Station on the Monsal Trail.
CYCLING SAFETY ! m o r e confident a n d secure on t h e i r bikes. This is so important in a village l i k e Bradwell where we have lots of twisty a n d dangerous roads. They are learning a real life saving skill.”
Y6 Children: Harvey Pembleton, Mia Kerrison, Joanna Stopford
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EVERY THURSDAY Art Class Ashover, Bassett Rooms. 9.30-11.30am. Life drawing and still life. For more info. Diane Kettle 01629 636763. ASD Support Group (Autism Spectrum Disorder) at Bakewell Children’s Centre. Weekly group for parents/carers of children who are on the Autistic Spectrum. 9.30-11am. No need to book. Group run by parents for parents. Children are very welcome. Tel. Katie on 01629 533 673 for further info. Ashbourne Derbyshire Dales Walking for Health Entry level walk. 10.15am. Meet at the Memorial Pavilion, Ashbourne Recreation Ground. ‘Baby Days’- a learning through play session that includes listening, talking, playing, singing, sharing books and having fun. Includes a health visitor dropin on first Thursday of each month. 1.30-3pm. At Harpur Hill Children’s Centre, Buxton. No need to book. Tel. 01298 74101. Free of charge. Baby and Toddler Group 1-3pm a stay and play session healthy snacks and drinks provided. Matlock Children’s Centre, School Road, Matlock. 01629 581867. Back on Balance 9.15-10.15am and 10.15-11.15am. Litton village hall. No exercise experience necessary. Focus on improving your overall spinal health. £6 drop in or £20 for 4 sessions. Please bring a mat or towel. Tel. Michelle 07854 763570. Bakewell Croquet Club meets on the Recreation Ground afternoons and evenings during the playing season. Tel. Alan Reeves 01629 812603. Bakewell Derbyshire Dales Walking for Health 10am. Moderate walk. 90 – 120 minutes different walks around the Derbyshire Dales. Bamford Pre-School Playgroup meets during term time at the Methodist School Rooms, Main Road, Bamford. 9am-12noon. Caroline Hunter 07919 007770. Baslow Bridge Players welcomes visitors and new members. Duplicate bridge at Baslow Village Hall. 12.30-3.30pm (to be seated by 12.20pm). Judy Barker 01629 813100. Baslow Derbyshire Dales Walking for Health 10am. Entry level/Easy walk. 4575/60-90 minutes 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month. Meet at Nether End Bus stop by the village green, public toilets and car park. Baslow Guides Baslow Church Rooms. 7.30-9pm. Further info. Kate 01246 582639 or Jo 01246 203868. Basketball Under 11, 5.30-7pm. Adults 7.30-9pm. Hope Valley College. Beaver Scout Group in term time, from 6-7pm in the Brigade Hall, Bath Street, Bakewell, takes boys and girls from just before their 6th birthday, until they are 8 years old. To be placed on our waiting list, or for information, please ring Jackie Gladwin, Beaver Scout Leader, on 01629 650176. Bell Ringing 8pm at St Giles church, visitors and beginners welcome training given. Tel. 01629 583414 if interested. Bell Ringing Practice in the Bell Tower, Bakewell Parish Church. 7.30-9pm. For details tel. 01629 814521. Learners very welcome. Boys’ Brigade 6.30-8.45pm, Matlock Methodist and United Reformed Church, Bank Road, Matlock. Lads aged 6-19 years. Details on 01629 733346. Bradwell Pre-School Group 9am-12noon at the Memorial Hall, Netherside. Contact Wendy Riley 07756 236563. Buxton Musical Society Rehearsals - Buxton Methodist Church, 8-10pm. Experienced singers welcome. www.buxtonmusicalsociety.org.uk Buxton and District Lions Club meets every 2nd Thursday of the month. Buckingham Hotel, Buxton. 7.30pm. Visitors and prospective members welcome. Further info. David Brindley 01298 73317. Carer/Toddler Group Bakewell Methodist Church Hall. 9.45am-12noon. £2 per family. (Term time only). Chatsworth Beaver Scouts ages 53/4 to 8 year olds. 5-6pm and 6-7pm. Contact Amanda Griffiths on 07429 558237. Chatsworth Scouts aged 10-14 year olds. 7-8.30pm. Contact Nick Griffiths 07429 538283. Clog Dancing in Hope Friendly group who enjoy dancing a variety of different styles of traditional clog dancing to live music. 6.45-8pm in Loxley Hall, Hope. Tel. Kate 01433 620051 or Jan 01433 670370. Come Dancing Beginners Salsa, Ballroom, Sequence and Latin, 7pm. Adult ballroom/Latin intermediate 8pm, advanced 9pm. Medway Centre, Bakewell. 01298 23171.
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Children’s Freestyle/Jazz Ballroom and Latin Dancing Classes Monyash Village Hall. Term time only. Tel. Karen 01298 83388. Come Dancing New Junior and Ballroom and Latin class, for girls and boys of all ages, 6-7pm, Medway Centre, Bakewell. 01298 23171. Creative Coffee (First Thursday of the month). Cool River Café, Matlock. 89am. Informal meet up where people pop in for a in business-talk free networking event. More info. derbys.creativecoffee.org.uk or twitter @CCDerbys. Cressbrook Band Practise 8-9.30pm. in 'The Cressbrook' (SK17 8SX). Players of all standards welcome. We also offer tuition for learners - of all ages. Cubs (8-101/2 years) 6-7.15pm. Hathersage Scout Headquarters. For more info. John on 01433 651889. www.hathersage-scouts.org.uk Curbar - All Saints’ Church. 10.30am. Eucharist. Derwent Valley Flower ClubVillage Hall, Calver. First Thursday of each month. Demonstration of flower arranging. 7.45pm. Tel. 01433 630161. 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 039356. Drop In - Derbyshire Federation for Mental Health 1-3pm. Refreshments available 50p admission fee. A friendly informal place to come and find out about services, support and to meet people, at Stancliffe House Molyneux Business Park, Darley Dale DE4 2HJ for more details tel. 01629 733915. Explorers (14 years upwards). 7.30-9pm. Hathersage Scout Headquarters. For more info. contact John on 01433 651889 or look on the website www.hathersage-scouts.org.uk 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. Grindleford and Eyam Playgroup Bishop Pavilion, Bridge Field. 9am-3pm. Contact Supervisor -Rebecca Stephenson 07842 095402. Gymkids Gymnastic classes for children aged 9 mths-5 years. Arc Leisure Centre, Matlock. Tel. Yvonne 07717065095 or 01773 834497 for more details. Hackney Methodist Church Greenaway Lane, Hackney, nr. Matlock. 10am. 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. Litton Baby and Toddler Group at Litton School (term time). 1.30-3pm. All welcome. Little Explorers See Wednesday’s events for further details. Litton Village Hall Play Group 1.30-3pm. All ages welcome. Healthy snacks. Associated with Litton School. £1.50. Tel. Naomi 01298 873112 or Michelle 07854 763570. Matlock Bridge Club St Helen’s Church Hall, Darley Dale. Non members welcome. Prompt start at 7pm. Membership £5. Tel. 01629 583706. Matlock Derbyshire Dales Walking for Health 10am. Entry level walk 60-75 minutes. Meet Bandstand, Hall Leys Park, Matlock. Matlock Edgefold Club Cash bingo. 8.30-10.45pm. For more info. 01629 582374. Matlock Library (Story, Song and Rhyme Time) 11-11.30am with a ‘stay and play’ session afterwards. 01629 582480. All children aged 5 and under are very welcome to participate and there is no charge for the activity. A parent/carer is required to stay for the duration of the activity. Matlock Trefoil Guild Dale Road Methodist Church Hall, Darley Dale, at 7.30pm. Tel. Beryl 01629 580647 or Margaret 01629 56528. Matlock Walk, Jog, Run Meet at the tennis courts in Hall Leys Park. 5–6pm. Meditation 2pm in Calver. Amy 07977 049956. www.alivehealthandbeauty.co.uk All money goes to charity. Meditation Classes during term times at All Saints Community Hall, Bell Vue Road, Ashbourne DE6 1AT 7.30-9pm. Suitable for beginners. Everyone Welcome. Cost £5. No need to book. For further info Tel 01629 581585 or see our website www.heartjewel.org.uk Messy Play Matlock Children’s Centre, Fun Family Activities for children 0-5 years, every Thursday morning from 10–11am. 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. M.O.P.’s (Mums of Pre-Schoolers) 9.30-11.30am. Eyam Church Centre. Two hours of fun, relaxation and support for mum upstairs, while qualified team look after the little uns downstairs. Details Mary 01433 639755. New Parents Group An informative group covering many aspects of bringing up a baby, some of the topics include, weaning, sleep, fire safety, play and development, (speak to your Health Visitor) for more information and receive an invite to our next group. 1.30-3pm. 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 9.30am-12noon. During term time only at S. Anselm’s School, Bakewell. For all babies and children from 3 months to school age. Contact Victoria 07944 391362. firstname.lastname@example.org. www.ottertots.com. Parent and Toddler Group Eilm Pentecostal Church, Waterside Business Park Waterside Road, Ashbourne. 9.15-11.15am. Open to everyone who has or looks after young children. Crafts, songs, stories, healthy snacks. Peak Forest Playgroup Peak Forest Reading Room. See Monday’s Events for further details. 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 Peakpaddlers@yahoo.co.uk or see www.peakpaddlers.co.uk for more details. Pilates in Bakewell 9.45-10.45am, 11am-12pm, 6-7pm, 7-8pm. Teresa Tinklin 07906 312372, bodyhealthpilates.co.uk Pilates in Hathersage Memorial Hall 9.30-10.30am Improver/intermediate; 10.45-11.45am Gentle Improvers; 12-1pm Beginners. Tel Caroline North 0781 722 0324, email - email@example.com 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.
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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. www.steeplegrange.co.uk 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 At the Gospel Hall, North Church Street, Bakewell. 11.30am12.15pm. Hackney Methodist Church Greenaway Lane, Hackney, nr. Matlock. 10.30am. Worship and Sunday School followed by refreshments. Hathersage Methodist Church meets for worship and fellowship at 10.30am. Check out our website www.hathersagemethodist.org.uk 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. 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Tel. 01629 813736 email messychurchbakewellchurch.co.uk Military Whist First Sunday every month – First Shuffle 7.30pm. Bakewell Working Mens Club. Admission £2.50 per person (including refreshments). Good raffle. Old Chapel, Great Hucklow (Unitarian) Weekly worship. 10.30am. Further details from Liz Shaw. 01433 630541. Otter Tots and Juniors Swim School 10am-12noon. For children aged 2-10 years. Various classes and levels available. During term time only at S. Anselm’s School, Bakewell. For all babies and children from 3 months to school age. Contact Victoria 07944 391362. email@example.com. www.ottertots.com. 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 Small walking group established in 1999. Offers friendly walks with like-minded people around Peak District National Park every Sunday. All walks are varied between 7-12 miles and are all circular. Own transport needed. From beginners to experienced all are welcome. www.peakwalkinggroup.co.uk - email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel. 01246 853155. Stanton Lees Chapel (off A6, near Darley Dale). Independent evangelical Church. Services at 2.30pm and 6.30pm. www.stantonleeschapel.org.uk Contact Peter Hulland tel. 01629 732216.
Rowsley Methodist Chapel Sunday service. 2.30pm. Tansley Methodist Church Morning Service 10.30am followed by coffee. Evening Service 6pm. Rev. Keith Bamford 01629 259128. The Dales Christian Centre 29 Chesterfield Road Matlock; morning service including Sunday School, 10.30 am, Sunday Evening service 6pm 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month. Affiliated to Assemblies of God. Tel. 01629 55755 The Dales’ Evangelical Church Meeting in the Community Rooms, Arc Leisure Matlock, Bakewell Road, Matlock DE4 3AZ. Sunday worship services at 11am and 6pm. Minister: Revd Richard Brooks. 01629 733744/733520. www.thedalesec.org.uk The Living Hope Church 10.30am in Hathersage Memorial Hall, Oddfellows Road, for praise, worship and ministry from God’s word. For more details, and because we occasionally meet at other venues, please contact Pastor Tim Pritt 01433 650942. Wirksworth Netball Club Youth (under 18)/Junior Players (year 6). During term time. 10am-12noon. Wirksworth Leisure Centre. Tel. Joy Cooke 01629 822229. Wirksworth Methodist Church Sunday Worship 10.30am followed by coffee and 6pm. Details from Rev. Dr. Robert Foster 01773 839795. or just turn up. 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 email@example.com or visit http://www.kwanumzen.org.uk/The 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 two, three and four 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. 2-4 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 9am-12noon. 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. Discovery Centre at the National Stone Centre, Wirksworth. 10am-5pm. Treasure shop/store of stone exhibition/cafe/gem panning. Flagg Nursery School provides top quality free nursery education. Open from 8.15am-3.15pm. Tel. 01298 85208. Free Children’s Competition at the Painted Plate, Eyam. Open for pottery painting. Tel. 01433 639200. 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. Session times 9.15-12.15pm, Mon-Fri during term time. Tel. Lex anytime on 07838 044153 for a free trial session or Holloway Playgroup in session times on 07813 501731. Matlock Bath Pre-School Playgroup meets for 3 hours each morning from 912noon at the Pavilion Community Centre. Tel. Sarah Stephenson 07870 525001. 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 8am6pm 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, Thu and Fri 8.30-11.30am. Tues and Wed 8.30am-4.30pm. Children taken from 2 yrs and free places for 3 and 4 yr olds. For further details Lulie 07917 624120. South Darley Pre-School Playgroup South Darley village hall. For children 2 years upwards. Mon and Thurs 9.15am-12.15pm and 12.30-3.30pm (lunch club available for all day session). Tues, Wed, and Fri 9.15am-12.15pm. Free places for 3 and 4 years olds and eligible 2 year olds. Sarah 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. 9am-12noon everyday. Details Lucy 07745 191366. PLACES OF INTEREST Bakewell Old House Museum Cunningham Place, off North Church Street, Bakewell, DE45 1DD. Open 25th March-5th November. 11am-4pm daily (last visitor entrance 3.30pm). For further information 01629 813642 or 07539 979913. email firstname.lastname@example.org Chatsworth House, Garden and Farmyard open everyday to 23rd December. Open 11am-5.30pm (4.30pm last admission for the house. Garden open 11am-6pm (5pm last admission). Farmyard and adventure playground open 10.30am-5.30pm (4.30pm last admission). For further information 01246 565300. Haddon Hall open October: Sat. Sun. Mon. Christmas 6-17th Dec. daily 10.30am-4pm (last entry 3.30pm). 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’ water-powered 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 Wednesday 22 – 25 HATHERSAGE PLAYERS present A Penny for a Song by John Whiting. Hathersage Memorial Hall, 7.30pm. To reserve your ticket/s please call 01433 650863 or you can now also contact us via www.hathersageplayers.ticketsource.co.uk
Thursday 23 BAKEWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH CELEBRATION EVENT 9.45am. Moderate walk 90 – 120 minutes. Meet at Rowsley – Park in rear car park at Peak Village. 23 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 8 miles. Moderate. Duffield Church. Local walk. 01773 824655.
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Coming Events 23 ELTON & DISTRICT GARDENING CLUB ‘Going Native’, ornamental native plants – Hilary Hutson. 7.30pm. Elton Village Hall. 23 ROWSLEY WI 7.15pm. Rowsley Village Hall. Group Social – other local WIs join us for a ‘Mad Hatter’s Tea Party’. For more details email email@example.com
Friday 24 WHIST DRIVE Sheen village hall. 8pm. £1.50 incl. refreshments. In aid of St Lukes Church, Sheen. Please tel. George 01298 84492.
Saturday 25 BAKEWELL FARMERS’ MARKETAgricultural Centre. 9am-2pm. Parking and easy access. Contact 01629 813777. 25 COFFEE MORNING Baslow Methodist Church, School Lane. 10am-12noon. Cards and cake stalls. ‘Guess the weight of the cake’ competition. Entrance £1 including coffee and biscuits, 2nd cup free! All welcome. Proceeds for the Bible Society. 25 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 6 miles. Moderate. Dimmingsdale. Autumn tints. 01335 342361. 25 CRAFT FAIR at The Peveril Centre, Castleton Methodist Church, Buxton Road, Castleton. 11am-4pm. Unique and beautiful gifts for Christmas. Refreshments and lunches. Free entry. 25 FREE PUBLIC TALKS ON THE BENEFITS OF MEDITATION Gen Chodor, a local Buddhist monk, who has been practising meditation and teaching for over 20 years is giving a public talk at Matlock Imperial Rooms 11am12.30pm. He will explain how everyone, Buddhist and non- Buddhist can learn to gain control of their mind through meditation practice and increase their good qualities.Learn how to access a stillness of mind , increased happiness and well being. Everyone welcome. No need to book. For further information please call Heart Jewel Buddhist Meditation Centre on 01629 581585 or email firstname.lastname@example.org www.heartjewel.org.uk 25 MATLOCK EDGEFOLD CLUB Entertainment with the superb group The Rapids and the talented vocalist Mark Kay. 8.30pm-midnight. 25 NATIONAL PARK RANGER SERVICE GUIDED WALK - Walk with a Ranger. 5 mile walk on patrol with a Ranger, exploring the landscape of the White Peak. Help to assist with practical tasks and do some basic navigation; good fun for both families and walkers. Easy terrain along good tracks, with some ascents and descents and a few stiles. Meet Miller’s Dale Old Station car park. Take the minor road signposted to Wormhill off the B6049 at Miller’s Dale, go under the bridge and the car park is on the left (GR: SK138 732) (PC: SK17 8SN). Start 11am, finish 4pm. Booking essential, cost £8 per person. Family ticket available.
Sunday 26 “BREATHING SPACE”: time for quiet reflection. 6.30-7.30pm. Music and sacred chants, lighting of candles, poems, readings. Come and go as you wish. St. Giles Church, Matlock. www.stgilesmatlock.co.uk 26 BUXTON RAMBLING CLUB Start at Pavilions car park, Buxton (next to swimming pool). Walk 1: Wormhill – Short up to 8 miles. 10am. Walk 2: Brown Knoll – Medium 8-12 miles. 9.30am. Anyone welcome. Membership £5 single or £8 family per year. Contact 01298 72230 or 01298 23441. www.buxtonramblingclub.co.uk 26 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 12 miles. Moderate. Wirksworth E.V. Railway Station. 10.15am train to Duffield. Midshires Way, Alport Heights and Spout. 01629 584254. 26 DERBYSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST Reserve Work Party, Chee Dale. Join our volunteer team at Chee Dale Nature Reserve for limestone grassland restoration. Bring food, outdoor clothes and appropriate footwear. 9.30am. Meet at Miller’s Dale station car park, grid ref SK 137732. Contact Steve Price on 01298 814830. 26 GREAT HUCKLOW OLD CHAPEL (UNITARIAN) 10.30am. Service – conducted by Liz Shaw. 26 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 10 miles (grade 3). SK 181833. Hope Station, Hope, Edale End, Wooler Knoll, Win Hill, Thornhill Carrs. 0114 2306109. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk 26 MATLOCK AND DISTRICT MENCAP SOCIETY TABLE TOP SALE Mencap Centre, Greenaway Lane, Darley Dale. 7am-1pm. Free car parking, toilets. Refreshments. Sellers £6 a table. Please book in advance. 25p admission, children free. Enq. Jackie 07831316582. Gordon 01629 760624. 26 MATLOCK EDGEFOLD CLUB Sequence and ballroom dancing to Fred Eyre. 8-11pm.
Tuesday 28 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am - Moderate walk 60 – 90 minutes. Meet at Highfields School, Lumsdale Road, Matlock. 28 THE ROYAL BRITISH LEGION Women’s Section Bakewell Branch. Monthly meeting. 7.30pm. Town Hall, Bakewell.
Hedges and clearances, Paving and Patios. Fencing. Jet Washing. Pebble gardens and general landscaping. For friendly, reliable service Call: 01629 733877 0797 1601831 28 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Leisurely. Hulme End CP. Reaps Moor and Manifold Valley. 01629 580647. 28 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Leisurely. Shillito Wood. Big Moor and red deer. 01142 361320. 28 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am - Moderate walk 60 – 90 minutes. Meet at Highfields School, Lumsdale Road, Matlock. 28 YOULGRAVE EASY WALK 60 – 90 minutes. 10.30am. Meet at Coldwell End Car Park in the village for an easy walk around Youlgrave area.
29 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Easy walk 60 - 90 minutes. Meet at Highfields School, Lumsdale Road, Matlock. 29 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 6 miles. Leisurely/moderate. Thorpe, Narlows Lane CP, Dovedale and Nabs Dale. 07891 219150. 29 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 11 miles. Moderate. Eyam free CP. Coombs Dale, Tansley Dale. 0115 9654884. 29 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 10 miles. Moderate. Hartington MP, Sheen, Longnor, Crowdecote. 07955 364457. 29 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 5 miles (grade 3). SK 181833. Hope Railway Station, Hope Brink, Win Hill, Aston Hall. 01433 651679. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk
Thursday 30 BAKEWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Moderate walk 90 – 120 minutes. Meet at Carlton Lees, pay and display car park. 30 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 8 miles. Moderate. Grindleford station. Local walk. 01629 820187.
CASTLETON CINEMA CLUB CastletonVillage Hall. Doors open 7pm, film starts 7.30pm. Last Vegas. Members £2, visitors £5. Free refreshment or bring a bottle (glasses provided). DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 7 miles. Moderate. Froghall Wharf PS. Local walk. 07960 029081 EYAM PARADEAND BONFIRE in aid of Eyam PTA. Parade through village starts in village square at 6pm, ending with bonfire and fireworks at the playing fields. Hot food and drinks available. Tickets £5 on the night, £4.50 in advance, children £2.50 on the night, £2 in advance. Advance tickets available from most Eyam stores or contact 07759 605347. HERE WE GO AGAIN THE BIG JUMBLE SALE raising money for Breast Cancer. All proceeds to Breast Care Calow. Rowsley Village Hall. 1.30pm. Admission 40p. Big raffle, tombola, cream teas and much more. Any queries Shirley 01629 732399, Janet 01629 258507. MATLOCK EDGEFOLD CLUB Sequence and ballroom dancing to Fred Ayre. 811pm. WILD RAVEN An evening with the avant-garde at Bakewell Old House Museum bringing the abstract to the ancient. Contemporary art, photography and sculpture. Live electronic music and improvisational painting. Exhibited in this unique setting. 7-9pm. Entrance to donation to aid the museums textile funds. Licensed bar. 01629 813642/07811 147614 for details. & 2 EXHIBITION at the Institute, 16 The Hill, Cromford. 10am-4pm about the men from Cromford who died in WW1. This should be of great interest to all local people and to others interested in the commemoration of WW1. A collection will be taken and all proceeds will go to the Help for Heroes charity fund.At 4pm on the Sunday we will be sounding the Last Post in their memory. All welcome.”
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Friday 31 BASLOW SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB BaslowVillage Hall, 2pm. Richard Papworth. Retired store detective. ‘Excuse me madam but...’ 31 DARLEY DALE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY Methodist Church Hall, Darley Dale. 7.30pm. David Tideswell - Garden Birds in Autumn and Winter. Visitors welcome £3 per meeting. More info. www.ddhs.org.uk 31 HALLOWEEN PARTY at the Red Lion, Birchover. Live Music from The likely Ones and Pizzas from the Traditional Pizza Oven! Birchover Carnival Committee are organising the event and local band, The Likely Ones will be playing from 7.30pm. Pizzas will be served from the outside Pizza Oven from 6.30pm onwards - please bring along a cash donation for your Pizza. All monies raised are towards the 2015 Birchover Carnival, taking place on 18 July 2015. 31 MATLOCKANTIQUESAND COLLECTABLES SOCIETY Imperial Rooms, Imperial Road, Matlock. 7.30pm. Members Evening - Antique/Collectable Jewellery. 31 UPPERTOWN SOCIAL CENTRE Cullumbell Lane, Nr Ashover. Halloween Party Night. 7pm onwards. Contact Eddie Marriott for information and tickets on 01246 590502 or 07966 154798. Website www.uppertown.org 31 WHIST DRIVE Chelmorton War Memorial Institute. 7.30pm.
ANTIQUE, GIFT & CRAFT FAIRS in the WMI hall, Ashford in the Water. Open 10am-4.30pm. Free admission and refreshments available. All welcome. 07803 045037. ASHBOURNE ANIMAL WELFARE CHRISTMAS SHOPPING OPEN DAY 11am4pm. The Ark, Wyaston Rd, Ashbourne. Lots of gifts to buy for Christmas inc. Ark 2015 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. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 10 miles. Moderate. Cromford Meadows, Holloway, Dethick and Riber. 0115 9143424. DERBYSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST - RESERVE WORK PARTY Miller’s Dale. Join our volunteer team at Miller’s Dale Quarry Nature Reserve for limestone grassland management. Bring food, outdoor clothes and appropriate footwear. 9.30am. Meet Miller’s Dale station car park, grid ref SK 137732. Contact Charles Palmer on 01298 814830. HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 8 miles (grade 3). SK 172815. Bradwell (meet at village green - before village centre driving from Brough). Bradwell Edge, Abney Moor, Offerton, Shatton, Brough Lee. 01433 651679. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk
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BAKEWELL METHODIST CHURCH COFFEE MORNING Matlock Street, Bakewell. 10am-12noon. The Charity stall is in aid of 1 in 10 Derbyshire Air Ambulance. MATLOCK METHODIST AND U.R. CHURCH LADIES GROUP Church Hall. 8pm. Well Dressings - Rony Raybould. MATLOCKAND DISTRICT HARD OF HEARING CLUB Imperial Rooms, Matlock. 2pm. Nick Roberts talk on Peru. Contact Sheila Slack 01629 732715. NATURE TOTS: CREATURES OF THE NIGHT Pre-school children aged 3 and over are invited to bring their adults along to this fun playgroup session. Learn who visits Stones Island after dark and why they come out at night. 1011.30am or 12.45-2.15pm. £3/£1.50 for additional children. Wildlife Discovery Room, Carsington Water Visitor Centre, DE6 1ST. Booking essential as numbers are limited. Tel 01773 881188. 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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DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 11am. 4 miles. Extra leisurely. Mickleover, Station Road. (Small CP opp. Gt. Northern PH), Radbourne. 01335 343869. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Leisurely. Wakebridge lay-by. Local walk. 01629 56052. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Leisurely. Foolow. Little and Great Hucklow. 01629 825726. MATLOCK ADVANCED MOTORISTS indoor meeting at 7.30pm at the Duke William, Church Street, Matlock – for details of the evening event contact Bill Storey on 01629 812732, non members welcome. Or visit the IAM website at www.iam.org.uk or www.matlock-iam.webs.com MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am – Easy walk 60 – 90 minutes. Meet at Riber Village – past Riber Hall.
Wednesday CROMFORD W.I. Cromford Institute, The Hill, Cromford. 7.30pm. Annual meeting. Election of Officers. Bonfire Party.Visitors and new members welcome. HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 5 miles (grade 2). SK 216767. Eyam (free) CP. Ramble in the area. 0114 2306 109. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk
BASLOW & DISTRICT LUNCHEON CLUB CHRISTMAS FAIR 1.30pm in Baslow Village Hall. Stalls. Admission £1 to include refreshments. All are welcome. THE ROTARY CLUB OF BAKEWELL QUIZ NIGHT Medway Centre, Bakewell. 7 for 7.30pm. Light refreshments provided. Drinks available. Quiz master John Kelcey. Teams of four. Good prizes. Tickets £24 for a team of four from David Rawson 812110, John Robinson 813407 or any Bakewell Rotarian. Raising funds for the Mary’s Meals Hunger Relief Fund.
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BREEZE AND WILSONAcoustic Country Music. Youlgrave Village Hall. 7.30pm. Tickets £6 adults and £3 under 16. From Holland’s Butchers or 10629 636477. Bring own food. Cutlery etc. provided. Proceeds forYoulgrave – Bangbutt Sierra Leone Projects. www.youlgravebangbutt.org CONCERT BY PEAK WIND ORCHESTRA All Saints Parish Church, Youlgreave. 7pm. Free admission. Donations in aid of Royal Air Force Association Wings Appeal. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ASSOCIATION 10am. 6 miles. Moderate. Tissington Trail CP (fee). Alsop en le Dale. 07551 622744. MATLOCK EDGEFOLD CLUBA full evening of entertainment with the popular group the Buddies and the talented vocalist Adrian Berry. 8.30-midnight. NEARLY NEW SALE Preloved children’s clothes and toys. 10am-1pm. Unit 5, Tideswell Business Park, Meverill Road, Tideswell, SK17 8NY. 01298 871220. THE ART OF POSITIVE THINKING MEDITATION WORKSHOP at Heart Jewel Centre, Holme Road, Matlock Bath DE4 3NU. Join us on this workshop and learn how to develop a positive outlook and bring benefit to our family and friends. Everyone welcome. Suitable for beginners to meditation. 10am-1pm. Cost £12 which includes light refreshments. For further info or to book please call the Centre on 01629 581585 or email firstname.lastname@example.org www.heartjewel.org.uk UPPERTOWN SOCIAL CENTRE Cullumbell Lane, Nr Ashover. Bonfire and fireworks display. 6pm onwards. Contact Eddie Marriott for information and tickets on 01246 590502 or 07966 154798. Website www.uppertown.org - 11 EXHIBITION DEPICTING LOCAL COMMUNITY LIFE DURING THE GREAT WAR PERIOD open daily 10am-4pm. In All Saints Church, Youlgreave. The exhibition is presented by The Youlgreave 1914-18 Community Group in conjunction with All Saints C of E Primary School and with help from other members of the community.
BAKEWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH CELEBRATION EVENT 9.45am. Moderate walk 90 – 120 minutes. Meet at Great Longstone, park in the village main street. BASLOW SPORTS FIELD TRUST PRESENTS ‘MIND GAMES - CONQUERING THE FEAR OF FAILURE’ (PERFORMANCE MYTHS) by Dr Mark Bawden - Head of Performance Psychology English Institute of Sport. 7.30pm. Baslow Village Hall. During his extensive research, Mark has shown that how we think, can have a phenomenal effect on sporting performance. His talk will centre on his work with high level sportsmen and women including the 2012 Olympic squad, English Football and Cricket in helping them conquer their demons to maximise their sporting potential. This talk is a must for everyone involved in sport at any level. Tickets £10 available from Peter Holt 07801 183913; Roger Rose 07957858746; Baslow Spar Shop; 5 Little Ducks - Baslow; Baslow Pottery. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ASSOCIATION 10am. 8 miles. Moderate. Goyt Valley, Errwood Hall CP. (Access from A5004) N. of Buxton). Pym Chair, Taxal Edge, The Tors. 01773 827084. DERWENT VALLEY FLOWER CLUB Village Hall, Calver. 7.45pm. Bit of a Do Lynn Wherett, Leicester. Enquiries to Christine 01433 630161. EYAM W.I. Mechanics Institute. 7.45pm. Visitors and new members very welcome. Working in Government Prof. Paul Wiles, Eyam will bring us his observations. 2.30pm. Plus Eyam WI AGM.
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DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ASSOCIATION 10am. 6 miles. Leisurely/moderate. Hell Bank Plantation, roadside, Stand Wood and Chatsworth. 0773 6783640. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 11 miles. Moderate. Eyam. Free CP. Stoney Middleton, Foolow, Abney. 01332 840923. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 11 miles. Moderate. Mayfield playing fields. Weaver Hills, Upper Ellastone, Dove Valley. 01246 591181. MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Easy walk 60 90 minutes. Meet at The Whitworth Centre, Darley Dale. HATHERSAGE BONFIRE 5.30-8pm on the school field. MATLOCK W.I. Imperial Rooms, Matlock. 7.30pm. Craft Evening. Visitors and new members always welcome. OPEN MORNING Matlock All Saints’ CE Infant School, Dimple Road, Matlock, DE4 3HX. 9-11am. Open air assembly, tours of school, refreshments. Come and see us in action. 01629 582913. www.matlockallsaints.derbyshire.sch.uk ST HELEN’S LADIES GROUP Joseph Whitworth Room, Whitworth Centre, Darley Dale. 7.30pm. Music with slides - Gill Clifton. New members very welcome. TIDESWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Easy walk 60 – 90 minutes. Meet at Fountain Square, adjacent to the public toilets for a walk around Tideswell and the surrounding area.
BUXTON MUSICAL SOCIETY Remembrance Sunday. 7.30pm. St John’s Church, Buxton. Elgar – The Spirit of England. R Strauss – Four Last Songs. Brahms – Song of Destiny (Schicksalslied). Borodin – Overture Prince Igor. Soloist: Claire Seaton – soprano. Chorus and Orchestra of Buxton Musical Society. Conducted by Michael Williams. Tickets for this concert are available from: Buxton Opera House – 0845 127 2190 (Local rate from any landline in the UK) or 01298 72190 or on the door. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 10 miles. Moderate. Buxton, Pooles Cavern CP. Ring of Trees. 01629 826435. DERBYSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST - RESERVE WORK PARTY Rose End Meadows. Join our volunteer team at Rose End Meadows Nature Reserve. Bring food, outdoor clothes and appropriate footwear. 10am. Meet at St Mark’s Close, Cromford, grid ref SK 293567. Contact Paul Robinson on 01332 722219. HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 9.5 miles (grade 3). SK 075819. Slackhall (meet on road outside Chestnut Centre). Parking limited, car share if possible. South Head, Cracken Edge. (Dogs on short fixed leads). 07879 404108. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk MATLOCKAND DISTRICT MENCAP SOCIETY TABLE TOP SALE Mencap Centre, Greenaway Lane, Darley Dale. 7am-1pm. Free car parking, toilets. Refreshments. Sellers £6 a table. Please book in advance. 25p admission, children free. Enq. Jackie 07831316582. Gordon 01629 760624. MATLOCK EDGEFOLD CLUB Sequence and ballroom dancing to Paul Hadley. 8-11pm. NATIONAL PARK RANGER SERVICE Aircraft Wrecks of Kinder. 11 miles. A strenuous Remembrance Day walk to visit some of the aircraft crash sites and wrecks to be found on Kinder Scout. Meet Moorland Visitor Centre, Edale (GR: SK124 856) (PC: S33 7ZA) Start 9.45am, finish 4.30pm. No parking on site, please use car park at entrance to village. Booking essential on 01629 816 211; you may donate when booking, or give cash/cheque to the walk leader on the day. NATIONAL PARK RANGER SERVICE Hidden Secrets of Peak Forest. 6.5 miles around the environs of Peak Forest; with far reaching views and the opportunity to learn a little of the history of the area. Steep ascent and descent, tracks, quiet lanes and field paths with occasional stiles. Meet at road junction at ‘Old Dam’ Peak Forest. From A623 in Peak Forest, take the turn to the ‘Old Dam’ area of the village, 300yrds. Roadside parking (GR: SK115 796) (PC: SK17 8EN) Start 10am, finish 3.30pm. Booking essential on 01629 816 211, cost £8 per person. Family ticket available. NEVER FORGET - A REMEMBRANCE SPECTACULAR presented by Tideswell Male Voice Choir featuring Corus Brass and Guest soloists at Buxton Opera House. 7.30pm. Tickets 0845 127 2190 buxtonoperahouse.org.uk
Monday 10 BAKEWELL METHODIST CHURCH COFFEE MORNING Matlock Street, Bakewell. 10am-12noon. The Charity stall is in aid of Matlock Methodist Church. 10 MATLOCK RAILWAY CLUB The Duke William, 91, Church Street, Matlock. 7.30pm. Narrow Gauge Railways in the UK presented by Arthur Turner. Non members welcome. 10 PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE in aid of OXFAM. Bakewell Town Hall 9.30 until 12noon. Christmas goods, bric-a-brac, books, home produce, jewellery, tombola, toys, Traidcraft. Delicious, home-made refreshments. Everyone is very welcome. Entry 50p.
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27 AGE UK BAKEWELL CENTRE IS HOLDING AN AUTUMN FAYRE 10am-1pm. Held at the Age UK Bakewell Centre (across from the Bakewell Library, near the Peak Advertiser. Admission £1 including tea/coffee and biscuits, children free admission. Tombola, raffle, cakes, DVD and book stall, Christmas stall, ladies accessories, nearly new and more.. Please come along and support our Autumn Fayre. Any contributions for any of the stalls are as always very much appreciated. All money raised goes directly into our amenity fund and will provide all our members with Christmas activities and entertainment. 27 BAKEWELL METHODIST CHURCH COFFEE MORNING Matlock Street, Bakewell. 10am-12noon. The Charity stall is in aid of Bakewell Parish Church Mother’s Union. 27 DERBYSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST The Halloween Poison Garden. Discover the darker side of wildlife in our poison garden trail – we’ll be looking at plants and animals that have strange stories and folklore attached to them and making a wizard’s or witch’s wand to cast a spell this Halloween. This event is suitable for families with children aged five and over. 10.30am12pm and 1.30-3pm. £3 per child; £1.50 per adult. Whistlestop Centre, Matlock Bath Railway Station, DE4 3PT. Booking essential. Contact Derbyshire Wildlife Trust on 01773 881188. 27 MATLOCK RAILWAY CLUB The Duke William, 91, Church Street, Matlock. 7.30pm. Film show. The Last Main Line plus The Glorious Years. Non members welcome. 27 MATLOCK AND DISTRICT EMBROIDERERS GROUP Imperial Rooms, Matlock. 7 for 7.30pm. Anna Alldread-Felting. 27 TABLE TOP SALE Town Hall, Bakewell. To book a table £5 contact Mrs L. Pheasey on 01629 813820. The Royal British Legion Women’s Section Fundraiser for Purse Presentation. 9.30am onwards. Coffee and scones will be served.
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LADY MANNERS SIXTH FORMERS GAIN LEGAL INSIGHT
Sixth Formers at Lady Manners School were given food for thought when a successful, Derbyshire-born, barrister visited the school. Cathryn McGahey is a public lawyer, specialising in work for and against government departments. Well known for acting as junior counsel to the Bloody Sunday Inquiry, she currently specialises in immigration and terrorism related cases. She also acts for the Prison Service in inquests into the deaths of prisoners in custody, and the Ministry of Defence in inquests into the deaths of service personnel. The school had arranged for Cathryn to add ethical and philosophical dimensions to the curriculum by leading discussions in RE, English and Sociology classes during the day. She also spoke to students about a career in law during breaks in a very busy day. Sixth Formers were intrigued to hear of the
On Thursday 14th August “The Warwickshire” Golf Club hosted the Midlands region final of the National Skills Challenge. The junior sections of all golf clubs in the 7 Midlands counties are asked to hold their own skills challenge and submit their scores. From these, the juniors with the best scores are invited to the regional finals. Bakewell Golf Club was represented in the senior section by Robert Miller – the winner of the skills challenge held at Bakewell in May. The day turned out to be a real challenge using the superb practice area, putting green and driving range facilities of the Warwick Golf Club and Country Club. Boys from golf clubs from Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, L i n c o l n s h i r e , Northamptonshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire and Warwickshire competed over a full range of golfing
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most successful coach in this competition. His success in helping Emily Hudson achieve second place in the National Final in 2010 was then capped when Charley Mycock was crowned National Champion in 2013.
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Valiant Valley Pipped To The Post At Heaton Moor Hope Valley RFC travelled to Heaton Moor looking to maintain their 100 per cent away record, and they started brightly, with good work from Everard and Hunter in the forwards setting up the Valley back line to attack. Moor kicked the ball upfield, and it was caught by full back Elliott, who sliced through the home side for three quarters of the pitch to score the first try, converted by Ryder. Heaton Moor fought back, and their forward pressure up the middle created a score to keep the match level at 7 apiece. In an evenly matched encounter, Heaton Moor again pressurised to score another try, unconverted, but the Valley backs responded, with Ryder setting up Spencer to break through, with the conversion giving Valley the lead 12-14. The home side again responded, and scored out wide to regain the lead 17-14, and despite good work from Rawson and Garton, Valley went in behind at half-time. The referee was keeping himself busy in what would have
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but Ryder was just wide. The game was taking its toll, with Palfi off injured, and then an injury to the hardworking Everard caused a lengthy delay. The game restarted with Hope two men down, and the referee again blew his whistle in Heaton's favour, with them kicking the penalty to retake the lead. Valley kept up the
pressure, winning a penalty on half way that Ryder kicked inches short. Spencer made another great drive to almost snatch the win,but was tackled just short before the final whistle. HVRFC are at home to Ashton Under Lyne this weekend, more details on Hope Valley RFC on the pitchero website.
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Kitchen Assistant Salary Grade APTC Pt 5 £12435 (£4527 pa Pro Rata) this post is for 16hrs per week – 39 weeks per year.- term time only The College is looking to recruit a Kitchen Assistant to work in the School Catering Department providing high quality lunches for our students. You will be required to work from 11am daily, undertaking a full range of duties BOTH THESE POSITIONS ARE FOR AN INITIAL ONE YEAR CONTRACT For further information and an application form please contact the College on 01433 620555 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Alternatively on-line application forms are available and further details can be downloaded from the College’s website at www.hvcollege.com Closing date for applications – Thursday 6 November 2014 at 4.00pm
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Catering Assistant Cavendish Club An opportunity has arisen for a Catering Assistant to join us on a permanent basis at our Cavendish Club which is a private friendly club on the Chatsworth Estate serving drinks and food to employees, tenants and members of the Chatsworth sports club. Duties include assisting customers, resolving enquiries and serving quickly and efficiently. You will help in the smooth operation of the Club supporting the bar, front of house and kitchen areas and will be able to act in a professional manner at all times during a busy service, working effectively as part of a team. Previous experience is not essential as full training will be provided, however, the successful applicant must be able to demonstrate the excellent level of customer service expected at Chatsworth. Hours offered will be 26 per week, working Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays usually between the hours of 5pm to 11.30pm. Applicants must be aged 18 or over as you will be required to serve alcohol. To apply, please send your CV and covering letter before the closing date to: The HR Department, Chatsworth Estate Office, Edensor, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1PJ or via email email@example.com Closing date: 2nd November 2014
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LADY MANNERS SCHOOL Shutts Lane, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1JA Tel: 01629 812671 Fax: 01629 814984 www.ladymanners.net At Lady Manners School we strive to attain the highest standards in our work, have respect for others and develop our individual talents.
Textiles Technician 20 ¼ hours per week - 38 weeks per year Grade 5 £15,327 to £16,321 per annum pro rata You will provide a comprehensive support service to the Textiles Department, ensuring availability of equipment and resources. The role also includes supervision of students around the school site at lunchtime. You should have excellent organisational skills and be able to relate well to young people. Actual starting salary is £6,999.62 per annum. Working pattern to be negotiated with the successful candidate. Ref 14/28 Further details, including the full job description/person specification and application form are available online at www.ladymanners.net/vacancies or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01629 812671. Lady Manners School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We offer a supportive environment with access to training and development opportunities and a final salary pension scheme. Closing date: 4 pm 5 November 2014
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required for unique specialized small residential children’s home for children aged between 9-17. Involves outdoor activities and equine activities as well as providing day to day care and life skills to young people. Applicants are required to be enthusiastic, committed and level-headed. Ongoing training provided. We are an equal opportunities organisation. Please go to www.adventurecare.co.uk for an application form, alternatively, call for more information on: 01298 767555 / 07966 901670 between 9.00am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday.
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Great rates of pay Phone Alan 01629 733259 or email email@example.com
Please call Peter on 01629
(Leave a message, we will call back)
Eyam Parish Council
CLERK/RFO VACANCY Eyam Parish Council require a Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer to provide administration support and advice in all aspects of the council’s work. The Parish Council meets monthly; candidates need to be computer literate, competent in all aspects of administration including financial management. It is desirable to have an understanding of local government regulations governing the conduct of Parish Council business and to be able to advise and guide the council appropriately. Accredited training can be provided.
2 X FRIDAY CLEANERS Required
YOULGRAVE Holiday Cottage Cleaning 10-3 £8 per hour Telephone
Salary – Local Government Scale SCP 15-19 (£8.238 to £9.253 per hour for 31 hours per month) The clerk will work from home for which an annual allowance of £710 is paid for the use of your equipment, your home as office and incidental expenditure. If you require any further information please contact the Chairman of the Council Ian Jackson, The Miners Arms, Water Lane, Eyam. S32 5RG. 01433 630853 / firstname.lastname@example.org Closing Date For Applications – 8th November 2014
Customer Service Representative Permanent, Full-time
We are a flexible film packaging manufacturer for the food and non-food industry with a large blue-chip customer base. We are seeking to appoint a reliable, self-motivated and enthusiastic team player to our Customer Service Team. Providing a vital interface between Americk Primopost and its customers it will be your role to deliver ‘best in class’ customer service. Reporting to the Commercial Manager, you will be responsible for providing dedicated account management to ensure that customer service targets are met. You will also be the key interface between internal departments to ensure customer satisfaction.
Relief / Part-time Residential Care Workers
able to do starters & puddings also
NEWSPAPER DELIVERERS WANTED TO DELIVER THE PEAK ADVERTISER IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
Bradwell, Froggatt, Padley and Tansley Must be trustworthy, reliable and live in the same area as round. For further details, please phone 01629 812159
Numerically and commercially aware, the ideal candidate will also have proven problem solving skills, show good attention to detail and be able to work well under pressure.
STAFF WANTED AT BUSY B&B
The successful candidate will have minimum GCSE level including Maths and English to at least Grade C, or equivalent qualifications.
Able to work 10-12 hours over 7 days, including school holidays, from 8am or 10.30am
Applications (covering letter and CV) stating your suitability for the role and current salary should arrive no later than 30 October 2014 and be addressed to: HR Manager, Primopost, Buxton, SK17 9RZ. For further information please visit www.primopost.com No agencies
IN CASTLETON Housekeeping and waiting on at breakfast This is NOT a seasonal job – we are busy year round! Good rate of pay
Tel: 01433 621098
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CLASSIFIEDS... SITUATIONS VACANT
The Yondermann Café Maternity cover required for weekend shifts at busy café near Tideswell.
Please phone 01298 873056
The Old Hall Hotel Hope require
FULL /PART-TIME HOUSEKEEPER GOOD RATES OF PAY
Call Rick on 07966 244364
SITUATIONS VACANT RELIABLE CLEANER needed for family home in Stoney Middleton. 4-6 hours/week. Flexible on days. Please call 07971 053290 or Hope Valley 01433 639415.
Chatsworth Park, Bakewell
POT WASHER Sundays
WAITING STAFF Saturdays and/or Sundays Please email to
email@example.com or call 01246 582245
CHEF DE PARTIE required at
WILLERSLEY CASTLE HOTEL Cromford, Derbyshire This enjoyable role offers a fun working environment with a small friendly team. You will be producing home cooked food to our hotel’s guests and visitors utilising fresh ingredients. The role involves 40 hours, 5 days from 7 and will include evenings, weekends and public holidays. The ideal candidate will have the ability to plan menus and deputise for the Sou Chef in their absence. Experience within a busy kitchen environment is essential. Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01629582270 for further information.
FULL-TIME EXPERIENCED DENTAL NURSE
required at Diamond Court Dental Practice, Bakewell
We are a busy NHS/private dental practice and are looking for a friendly, enthusiastic and conscientious individual to join our large dental practice. Hours/days to be discussed, will include occasional Saturday mornings and some early start times. Please apply in writing to include your CV to: Mrs Anne Askew Practice Manager, Diamond Court Dental Practice, Water Street, Bakewell, Derbyshire. DE45 1EW or email email@example.com
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.
MATCHMATES INTRODUCTIONS Inc: TLC Single? Separated? Divorced? Widow/ed? 18-85 yrs? Est: 1985
A SERVICE for those
RESERVATIONS : CONFERENCES : BUSINESS TRAVEL We are an established and successful travel management, venue finding and hotel booking agency serving corporate clients all over the United Kingdom. We currently require an experienced
A confident manner, drive, sense of humour and excellent telephone manner are vital for this role which sees a high volume of transactions processed. Please send a full CV to Clive Gibbs, Partner, hotel focus, King Street, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1DZ. Email firstname.lastname@example.org Regrettably, only applications with the required experience will be acknowledged.
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. www.dianekettle.com
Guitar Lessons £10 per 1/2 hour
For fun or to achieve exams call Lisa
CONFIDENTIAL UNLIMITED INTRODUCTIONS Tel 0800 160 1885
FOR FREE BROCHURE www.matchmatesbureau.co.uk E:email@example.com MALE - GENUINE HONEST trustworthy, 48, wishes to meet female for friendship, outings, possibly more. Enjoys eating out, cinema and outdoors. Please send details and current photograph to Box No. AND13 c/o Peak Advertiser, First Floor Offices, Orme Court, Granby Road, Bakewell, DE45 1ES.
FOOT CLINIC NOW OPEN Bakewell Town Hall, Bath Street. Call Susan Kearns Dip CFHP MPS Pract. 07527 476548 for appointment. Home visits available.
MASSAGE SWEDISH FULL BODY MASSAGE (75 mins) £40. Swedish back, neck and shoulder massage (40 mins) £25. Sports massage (30 mins), £30. Baslow 07922 771829.
WANTED MODEL RAILWAYS WANTED any make, any condition. Contact Ron on 01629 312189.
WANTED Fur coats, Burberry coats, Belstaff jackets
Experienced Teacher All ages welcome Beginners onwards Hazel Henderson Buxton 01298 938958 www.hazelspiano.com
FREE TRIAL PIANO LESSON offered by Concert Pianist. Details www.pianoartist .co.uk or tel. 01629 581475.
GUITAR TUITION ROCK, BLUES, JAZZ
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 peakdistrictguitartuition.co.uk
WANTED WARDROBE WANTED OLD TYPE WITH MIRRORED DOORS AND DRAWERS IN BASE, DRESSING CHEST SIMILAR AGE
TEL: 07885 327753
CASH PAID GOOD CONDITION ONLY
SINGLES 1960S TO 1980S
Tel: 01246 850442 WILL COLLECT
ENGLISH TUITION ENGLISH TUITION Available with QTLS qualified tutor. Experienced with all ages and abilities. Tel. 01629 583490.
TUITION IN MATHS AND PHYSICS by mature, friendly graduate. Many local references.
• Guitar-Classical/Acoustic • Keyboard • Cornet/Trumpet • Recorder/Descant & Treble All Lessons beginners to exam level by experienced and qualified teacher Fiona Duncan BA Hons
Ideally aged 17 - 30 approx., not necessarily trained voice, to record one DEMO ROCK/POP SONG later this year, Bakewell area. NB NOT a recording contract, but a one-off session. Fee negotiable but MU rates apply. Call/text Jon on 07958 491606 for an initial chat.
ENGLISH/MATHS TUITION BOOST YOUR CHILD’S CONFIDENCE in maths or English. Individually tailored one to one sessions with a qualified, experienced, motivating and encouraging teacher of children aged 5-14. Call Jane on 01298 871958, mob 07908 088319.
Pamper your pooch Bathing, grooming & Clipping
Microchipping service available Fully qualified & insured
01629 55534 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 www.dovecatrescuesanctua ry.org.uk
Available from a PGCE Qualified, registered teacher. Extensively experienced with adults and children of any age and level, KS2 – A Level Very competitive rates. Phone 01629 640671 or 07803 127337. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
S PA N I S H FRENCH GERMAN TUITION Beginners to AS/A2 any age! Experienced, effective teacher Excellent exam results
Tel: Helen 01629 580567
A LUXURY PURPOSE BUILT CATTERY 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.
JILL MIDDLETON 01298 872444 Email: email@example.com web: www.kool4cats.co.uk
Qualified with years of experience in junior, secondary, A level, quantitative methods for finance, adult numeracy REFERENCES AVAILABLE Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01629 823236
by First Class Honours Graduate email: email@example.com PHONE
01629 583443 MOBILE
07507 470852 PETS QUIET, CARING HOMES needed for friendly, nervous cats. Tel. 08453 712754. Cats Protection League.
Course works towards KC Puppy Foundation Certificate. Venue Cromford Community Centre, Cromford. For more information ring Annette on 0784 035 1686 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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 w w w. c h e s t e r f i e l d rspca.org.uk or call in at RSPCA Animal Centre, Spital Lane, Chesterfield 01246 273358. ANGEL WINGS ANIMAL RESCUE is always looking for permanent, caring homes for cats www.angelwingsanimalresc ue.co.uk 07512 965665.DO
SUE’S MOBILE DOG GROOMING AND MICROCHIPPING SERVICES IN THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME
01433 651263 07840 345526
FEMALE DJ Wide range of music, catering for all age groups. 07770 772675
NOVELTY CAKES NOVELTY/ BIRTHDAY/ WEDDING/ GLUTEN FREE made to order. Call Sally 07870 729119.
ENTERTAINMENT MAGICIAN – Children’s parties. Phone 01298 26745.
PUPPY TRAINING HH CLASSES HH MALE SINGER NEEDED
GROOM WITH A VIEW
Mobile: 07854 446958
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 www.derbydistrict.cats.or g.uk or email enquiries@derbydistrictc p.org.uk SHEFFIELD DOG RESCUE has many dogs, all healthy and vaccinated, looking for permanent homes. All ages and sizes, all cross breeds. 07748 620740.
Best prices paid 07976 739880
BOOKING CONSULTANT / ADMINISTRATOR The role is split between making client accommodation bookings and administration duties. A knowledge of hotel booking agencies or business travel is required.
NOT INTO ON-LINE DATING!
OLD MECCANO Any condition. 01629 732972.
MATLOCK & DISTRICT MENCAP SOCIETY will collect bric-a-brac and jumble. Enquiries ring Jackie 07831 316582. WANTED DAVEY BLOCKS small quantity required, approx. 4 sq. m. to complete building project, new or used. 01433 621181, mobile 07711 509853.
Edensor Tea Cottage We have permanent vacancies for weekend staff to join our team
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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.
DRYSTONE WALLING/ LANDSCAPING QUALITY WALLING SERVICES Experienced dry stone waller (established 22 years). All types of wall repaired/built, from small garden wall re-design work to large products. Full portfolio available. 07824 367065 or 01629 733093.
CONCRETE PANELS CONCRETE PANELS supply and fitting service or supply only. For silage pits, retaining walls etc 07966 210181, 01298 687465.
BERKSHIRE WEANERS FOR SALE T: 07971 082379
POULTRY WARREN PULLETS Columbian Blacktail. £10 each or 6 for £50. Trio Lavender Pekins £30. Other Bantys £8-£15. 01629 734667.
FARMING/LIVESTOCK TEXEL RAM Approx 5 years old. Produced good lambs last season £100. 01629 640340. ONE JACOB SHIRLING One Herdwick. 07966 210181.
GRAZING WANTED WANTED WINTER GRAZING November to mid March. Must be fenced for sheep. 07779 398957/01433 620494.
HAY & STRAW
MEADOW HAY AND STRAW FOR SALE ‘CONVENTIONAL’ ‘BALES’ Contact 07925 557257
for your kind of riding Singletrack Magazine bike shop of the year!
Bikes/Accessories/Demos/Repairs NVQ 3/Cytech trained mechanics • Hope tech shop Magura passion point • Shimano Service Centre
18 BIKES, HOPE
T 01433 621 111 W 18BIKES.CO.UK
D.B Home Computer Repairs Quality P.C. repairs throughout the Peak District IT Engineer since 1988 HOME VISITS 7 DAYS Repairs, Speed issues, Installs, Upgrades, Viruses, Internet, Wireless, Data Retrieval, Broadband, Servicing, etc.
Tel: 01629 580712 Mobile: 07761 656702 Email: email@example.com
Peak Valley IT Clearing up your IT worries 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
Give Jon a call on 07891 589267 - here to help quickly
EAZY-PC DO YOU NEED HELP WITH YOUR PC?
Mature woodchip, ideal for paths and play areas. LAYING SERVICE AVAILABLE
Low cost computer repairs throughout the Peak District. Home visits or express takeaway-return service. Competitive rates to suit your budget. Virus removal, Connection / Internet / Wireless problems. Repairs, Re-installs, Upgrades, Data Recovery. We also supply new hard drives, memory, routers etc. 15 years’ experience, free friendly advice. Computers/Laptops securely recycled
Tel: 07909 920877 or 01629 630056 – 7 days
WOODCHIP MULCH FOR SALE
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Peak Advertiser Office: (01629) 812159
CLASSIFIEDS... LOGS FOR SALE FOR HIRE FOR HIRE: LOGS However many, however few –
free delivery direct to you! 07450 241016
TOOL HIRE BAKEWELL Unit 2c, Station Road Ind. Est. Bakewell
Firewood supplies for this winter Ring Mark Otter on 07801 928927 www.littonlogs.co.uk
£2.50 per 20kg bag
1 BEDROOMED FLAT
FREE delivery within 10 miles of Haddon Hall
PART FURNISHED FOR RENT Chesterfield Road, Matlock. £400PCM
(also kindling sticks) Tel: 01629 810911 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friendly professional service, fully insured
HARD AND SOFTWOOD LOGS FOR SALE 07545 192332 or 01629 580798
COAL All types of coal supplied
Keep Warm with CPP For prompt friendly service 01629 540793 07917 896878
• • • •
Digital aerials and satellites fitted TV wall mounting Telephone Points CCTV supplied and fitted
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL AREAS 01629 810111 or 01246 454004
SERVICES RECLAIMED MAPLE STRIP FLOORING fixing service available. 07743 699058.
New & Reclaimed
SEASONED SPLIT LOGS FOR SALE Barn Stored Dry Logs Seasoned Hardwood Logs ~ average length 8-10” long Suitable for Wood Burning Stoves or Open Fires Fast Free Delivery
Tel: 0114 263 0720 / 07710 772087
OAK FLOORING FIXING & SANDING
07743 699058 RECLAIMED OAK STRIP FLOORING fixing service available. 07743 699058. WOOD FLOORS sanding and sealing. 07743 699058.
DOMESTIC CLEANING CARPET CLEANING and domestic cleaning. Competitive rates. Call Neil 07799 608691.
IRONING SERVICE IRONING SERVICE Free collection and delivery. 01629 734252. IRON MAIDEN Let me iron out your problems offering the complete ironing service. Collection and delivery available. 24hr turnaround if needed. 07866 634817.
KITCHENS I HAND PAINT NEWLY INSTALLED OR OLD, TIRED & WORN KITCHENS with my special primer, then paint it with Farrow & Ball colours, your kitchen will last you at least 5 years, I’ll guarantee that!!! Phone Chris @ Paintwood on 07984 070617.
…where you can depend upon quality products, excellent service & great value!
SKIP LOADERS SKIP LOADERS, DUMPERS for hire. 07966 210181 or 01298 687465.
Your Local Country Lettings Letting Agent
2 bed cottage, rear garden, pet considered, £550 pcm
TV & Radio aerial installation plus
Multipoint installations TV Wall Mounting
OTHER PROPERTIES COMING SOON
over 25 years experience
01433 440 419 01298 875 766 07702 471 029 email@example.com
Please contact us to join our waiting list
Choose our full management option and we’ll find you a tenant for FREE! (T&C). Contact us for more details
01298 872290 / 07565 857288
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TV AERIALS & SATELLITE FLAT SCREEN TVs FITTED TELEPHONE POINTS
PROPERTY WANTED TO RENT
LONG-TERM RENTAL PROPERTY REQUIRED
‘The Peak District’s Letting Agent!’
FAMILY HOMES TO RENT • LITTON 2 bed U/F .......................£550 pcm • TIDESWELL 3 bed U/F................£525 pcm • TIDESWELL 3 bed U/F................£550 pcm • TIDESWELL 2 bed U/F................£530 pcm
for mature professional lady in Matlock or surrounding areas. One or two bedrooms, garden preferred. Good references available.
Rental property listings at: www.peakletts.com
Please reply to: Box No. LTR1000, The Peak Advertiser, Orme Court, Granby Rd, Bakewell DE45 1ES
New Landlords – ask about our special FREE offers and see the difference.
BUSINESS FOR SALE GARDENING ROUND FOR SALE Matlock/Bakewell area. Phone to discuss 01629 258695.
MOBILE BUTTY BAR MOBILE BUTTY BAR ideal for hot or cold snacks/sweets. Full length counter inside/2 sinks/electric sockets. £500 ono. 07870 434998.
GARAGE FOR SALE GARAGE FOR SALE Rear of chip shop, Broad Walk. Darley Dale. Tel. 01629 734546.
21/2 tonne excavator with experienced operator.
01629 732122 or 07950 495727
QUALITY SURFACING Simon and Jackie Ludlam, Holly Grange Farm, Lea Moor, Lea, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 5RA
In Asphalt, Macadam or Block Paving for all roads and paths.
– 40 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE –
Kiln Dried Hardwood available for collection or delivery
07775 423117 01629 823893
ROMAN BLINDS curtains, cushions and more. Please call Sue 01433 623225.
Hardwood Logs Ltd
A NO V
SEASONED SPLIT FIREWOOD LOGS LOOSE LOADS AND BUILDERS’ BAGS AVAILABLE
Amazing views, log burner, parking, accommodation over 3 floors. £500 pcm, bond required, no smokers, no pets.
TV Aerial & Satellite Services
2 BED CHARACTER COTTAGE
Tel 07779 647407 / 01629 56691
Caus House Farm, Chesterfield, S42 7JE
BOB-CAT, mini-digger, tractor and dump trailer and dumpers for hire with or without driver. 07966 210181/01298 687465. WACKER PLATE. Ride on roller for hire. 07966 210181/01298 687465.
FIREWOOD FOR SALE biomass heat source for burning on wood-burners, open fires, etc.
Floor Sanders, Drills, Ladders, Cement Mixers, Heaters, Driers & Lots More
SEASONED HARDWOOD LOGS £70 for 11/2 bulk bags. Free delivery 07515 711323.
GRINDLEFORD 2 DOUBLE bedroomed unfurnished flat. Parking. £550 pcm. Available now. 07970 912270. 2 BEDROOM COTTAGE in Wensley. Recently refurbished, off main road with lovely views, £575 pcm. 01629 735800/07857 526471. 2 BEDROOM COTTAGE to let, Buxton. Reasonable rent. 07964 897102.
All types road building materials and drive chippings supplied
OPENING HOURS: Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm. Saturday 9am – 4:30pm. (November-March open Sunday 10am – 3pm) All major debit cards accepted.
Also quality house coal supplied
This project has been supported through the Rural Development Programme for England, which is jointly funded by DEFRA and the European Union.
01629 732122 or 07950 495727
PROPERTY TO LET
... give us a call! 01298 871871
NOTICE OF OFFER
1 Bedroom Cottage Little Hucklow £400pcm Tel: 01298 871411 WIRKSWORTH Character two bed cottage on Greenhill minutes from town centre. Garden with views. Fitted kitchen with dishwasher. Central heating/log burner. £495 pcm. 07768 008633.
4 BEDROOMED HOUSE FOR RENT BRADWELL, HOPE VALLEY Garden, garage, out house and drive, immaculately presented. Sorry no pets or smokers £850 PCM Tel 07967 128374 01457 852244
NOTICE OF OFFER Property address: 19 Lumsdale Crescent, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3EX
By order of the mortgagees in possession, we would advise that an offer has been made for the above property in the sum of £80,000. Any person wishing to increase on this offer should notify the agents of their best offer during the course of the next 7 days or prior to the exchange of contracts.
Fidler Taylor, 16 Crown Square, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3AT Tel: 01629 580228
ROOM TO LET OFFICE SPACE / CLINICAL ROOM
at Hope Clinic, Eccles Close, Hope S33 6RG REASONABLE RATES
Call Tony on 01433 670247
MATLOCK Old Hackney Lane One bedroom, barn conversion, apartment. Part-furnished, off-road parking for two cars. Non-smokers. No pets. All bills included
£630PCM References and bond required
LIVERY STABLES NETHERTON HALL LIVERY STABLES near Carsington Water, has availability for full livery. Superb facilities. Floodlit indoor and outdoor ménages, excellent hacking, off-road farm ride, XC course, indoor stables, individual or paired turnout, friendly, experienced staff. Telephone Vikki on 01629 540998 or 07968 198870.
MAN AND VAN FOR HIRE 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.
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CLASSIFIEDS... COMMERCIAL PROPERTY TO LET
DARLEY DALE INDUSTRIAL UNIT FOR RENT 5,000 sq ft with 3 phase electric roller doors. Flexible terms. Good parking.
Tel: 07802 901133 www.ladygrovemill.co.uk
SPACE TO LET ON FLEXIBLE TERMS
WORKSHOPS / STORAGE / INDUSTRIAL UNITS Building 13F – 267 sq. ft. £31 pw excl LET Building 6B - 350 sq ft £40 pw excl LET Unit 8C - 2,246 sq. ft. LET Unit 3 - 1,715 sq. ft. £140 pw excl Workshop with mezzanine Unit 4 - 1,190 sq. ft. £97 pw excl Multi-purpose storage/small production unit Building 13CDE – 1,284 sq. ft. £99 pw excl Storage/workshop with large access doors For further information and to view, please contact Litton Properties Limited Tel: 01629 810820 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Molyneux Business Park, Darley Dale • High quality offices and commercial units • Well maintained site • Flexible lease terms • Allocated parking • Convenient and professional working environment • Prestigious location Enquiries to email@example.com or call
Further information available at www.molyneuxholdings.com
HOLIDAY ACCOMMODATION 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@ btinternet.com. Photos and further information including prices: www. ninobb.moonfruit.com
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HOUSE CLEARANCE House, shed, garage clearance. Also, pottery, jewellery, silver and gold bought for cash Honest, reliable service assured 30 years’ experience Roger ~ 07919 093379
DOMESTIC CLEARANCE HOUSE CLEARANCE Garages, sheds, also tools, pottery, silver and gold. Anything considered. Good prices paid. 07967 202357.
FOR SALE FOR SALE DUE TO DOWNSIZING delightful Georgian oak chest of drawers, good cond. but some knocks, lovely patina, original handles, two half drawers at top and three full ones under, HWD 33x32x18”; Victorian mahogany “duchess” dressing table, candle burn, some spotting on mirror, HWD 54x36x17”; 6 7” blue and white minton plates early 19th C, perfect; 4 9” pewter trencher places, dug up in Bakewell, scarred but lovely history; Victorian Delft rack, HWD 38x45x5”, super design, quality carving, wonderful for display. No fair offers refused. Please tel. 07958 491606 after 6pm to view, Curbar area. LEATHER SOFAS Pair of matching modern brown leather sofas ex Arighi Bianchi. 1 x 3 seater (7’) and 1x2 seater (5’) both with upholstered seating and matching scatter cushions. Good quality and v.g.c. Bargain at £375. 01629 541994/07885 641606. COOKER HOOD semi-integrated. 60cm, green glass, £20; Paper Shredder, as new, £5; Slow cooker, not used, £8. 01629 734667. RANGEMASTER CLASSIC 110 Dual fuel. Ex. cond. £600 ono. 01335 372182. RADLEY TEAL LEATHER IPAD/TABLET CASE brand new, dust bag, ‘Skys the Limit’ 25x19x2cms rrp £49, £20; Snugg red ipad case (new), stand, keeps ipad secure/protective case and 2 pos stand, fits ipad 1,2,3,4 not mini; Purple (leather look) mac book pro case, fits 15”with DVD slot, £10 vgc, fits all round computer for protection, don’t have to remove to use! 01629 813637. MOVING HOUSE - EVERYTHING MUST GO Ikea bedroom furniture from £10; Single bed £40; Double bed £40; Burko boiler £30; Larder Fridge £30; Belle Mixer (electric) £80; Ride on mower £425; Quality woodworking bench £50; Wickes pillar drill £30; Storage heaters. Lots of boot sale items. Le Crueset pans. 4 drawer filing cabinet £30. 07999 865031 Cromford. FISH TANK 60 litre, filter system, thermostat. £25. 01629 583130.
LADIES MOUNTAIN BIKE little used, VGC £40; Mens trail bike with acc., mint cond. £45; Bike rack to fit tow ball with lights, cost £210, accept £70. 07582 581353. APOLLO JEWEL WOMENS BIKE 17”, VGC, as new £60. 07816 181582 Youlgrave. SNOOKER TABLE 6’ x 3’, set of balls and cues plus scoreboard £50ono. 07791 136100. PANASONIC COMBINATION MICROWAVE OVEN convection and grill functions, rarely used £75ono. 01433 630132. LIGHT WOOD TOWEL RAIL 660 x 800 x 180, good cond. £5; Bendix dishwasher, needs new filter £10; Padded dralon headboard, 4’ 6” wide £5; Oil filled radiator, 380 x 350 x 100, 1000 watt £5; Plastic trays £2; Cream leather 3 seater settee, good cond. £45. 07811 597664. TRICITY BENDIX ELECTRIC COOKER double oven, grill, ceramic hob, in GWO, FREE but must be collected. 01246 583357. BATTERY AND CHARGER FOR HILL BILLY GOLF TROLLEY nearly new £20; Roller blade boots, size 6 £5. 01629 813361. SONY FREEVIEW RECEIVER with remote control, stand and instruction manual £25. 01629 732804. CORGI SPITFIRE MK1 and Messerschmitt 109E, both 1:72 scale, commemorating The Battle of Britain, mint and boxed £18 each; Corgi Leyland Tiger Cub bus, North Western, destination Macclesfield, mint and boxed £15; Barbour border wax jacket, dark green corduroy collar with Barbour badge, mole skin pocket linings, size 102cm, ideal for winter £75. 07460 957796. WOODEN TRAILER fitted electrics and tow bar, good cond. £60. 01629 733101. CHINTZ LOOSE COVERS 100% loose cotton for 3 seater settee, 2 east chairs and 2 winged backed wooden armed chairs, cream colour with rose pattern, VGC £40. 01629 732346. WOMENS BOOTS size 5, brown suede, white fur lined, h 14”, strips of white fur outside, brand new, never been worn £15. 01629 580293. INVALID CHAIR twin motor, suit large or small person, little use, modern, fire resistant, easy clean fabric, beige colour, first £300 or best offer, this is a heavy chair, help to move possible. 01298 24097. WOODEN CRADLE that will rock with mattress and Mamas and Papas quit and bumper, lovely cond. £40, can deliver. 07709 742371 Buxton. MYFORD WOOD TURNING LATHE 3’ bed on heavy duty bench, various Sorby wood turning tools, face plates, driving centre, revolving tailstock centre and spares, fitted with 3 phase starter and motor, note – fitted with BSL electron phase converter (can be operated with single or 3 phase supply) £150ono; Meddings, England, bench drill, 240v, high quality HD with vice, little used £100; Topweld 140 welding set, 240v, with accessories £20ono; Suntime BBQ, gas fired with lid and wheels, inc. regulator and Calor gas bottle £25ono. 01629 823077.
COMPUTERS 1 x tower computer and 1 x Dell laptop, both with XP on £25 each. 01629 636140. PIONEER MUSIC SYSTEM with tape deck, CD player, turntable, 2 speakers £50. 01629 580647. DISPLAY CABINET h 53”, w 20”, d 18.5”, old world green, wooden, 3 glass shelves and glass door £35ono; TV corner unit to match, 1 glass shelf; 25 Corgi classic old trucks, all different companies £15ono or will sell separately; Italian soup terrine, bone china £10 no offer refused; Collection of figurines, Coalport, Royal Worcester, 8 in all, offers. 01629 258607. BATH-KNIGHT electrically operated bathing aid £250; Black and Decker hammer drill £6. 01298 22788. STABLE DOOR solid wood, 1/2 glazed, lock fitted, 1973mm high, 753mm wide, 45mm thick £35ono. 01298 872073. EARLY LEARNING CENTRE garage with a long city, bargain at £30; Wheelchair £40. 07701 046107 Buxton. IKEA DINING TABLE black ash, 35.5” square, extends to 35.5” x 66.5”, VGC £30; TV stand to match, 2 drawers, VGC £30; Leather motorbike trousers, w30, new £50; Motorbike jacket, new, size 10 £50. 01433 631427. 4X4 CYCLE CARRIER fits on spare wheel, hardly used £30; Double pine bed frame £50; 2 x charcoal grey Laura Ashley sofas £120. 01629 733202. BATH SHOWER SCREEN £10; 5’ metal headboard, brass and black £40; Parrot cage, 4’ depth, 37” wide. 07502 323256. MAMAS AND PAPS maxi cot quilt and bumper set £35; Padded changing mattress £10; Cot mobiles £10; Wall hanging £5; Britax multi-purpose baby car seat £60, all unused in original packaging. 01629 824592. COMPLETE QUALITY BATHROOM Armitage Shanks, white bath and panel, basin and pedestal, close coupled toilet, matching toilet roll holder, soap dish and toothbrush holder, thermostatic shower, curtains and rail, chrome towel rail, wall storage basket and freestanding storage tower, estimated value as new, approx. £1000, accept £200 for quick sale. 01629 732010. MINI OVEN brand new, good quality, unwanted gift £25; Panasonic twin telephone with answer system £20; Singer sewing machine, opens out of working table, very old but in GWO and nice piece of furniture £40ono. 01298 25294. GENTS WATCHES Swiss 17 jewel with date £25; Rotary, Lorus etc., Quartz, as new £15 each; Garrard mantel clock, Westminster chimes, numbers smudged otherwise good £35ono. 07903 093630. DP WEIGHT TRAINING BENCH and 30kg vinyl weights, good cond. £25ono; Corner cabinet, bow front, top glass, 71” h x 26” w, VGC £25; 2 matching coffee tables, round 23” dia., 4 legs £20; TV corner cabinet / stand, drop down front with open side display £20; Table saw on stand, German make, adjustable £200ono; UPVC casement window, new, unused, white, dg, left hand opening, 1145mm x 1160mm £80ono. 07970 986066.
RE: CAROL LINDSAY WENGRAF DECEASED PURSUANT to the Trustee Act 1925 Section 27 NOTICE IS GIVEN that all creditors and others having any claims against or claiming to be beneficially interested in the estate of CAROL LINDSAY WENGRAF DECEASED late of Holme Barn, Main Road, Hathersage, Hope Valley, Derbyshire S32 1BB who died on the 23rd June 2012 the Grant of Probate to whose estate was granted on the 10th January 2013 out of the Manchester District Probate Registry of the Family Division of the High Court to ROBIN SLACK and PAULA CURRY (“the Executors”) are required to send particulars in writing to the undersigned solicitors whose address is: Cockertons, Bridge Street, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1DS on or before 23/12/2014 after which date the Administrator will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled to them having regard only to the claims of which they have had notice and shall not be liable for the assets of the deceased or any part of them so distributed to any person or persons of whose claims or demands they then have not had notice.
DERBYSHIRE DALES LOCAL PLAN NOTICE OF WITHDRAWAL Regulation 27 of the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012 The Derbyshire Dales Local Plan Pre Submission Draft was submitted by Derbyshire Dales District Council to the Secretary of State for Independent Examination on 13th May 2014. A resolution to withdraw the Local Plan was made on 2nd October 2014 by a decision of the authority’s Full Council. The resolution to withdraw was made under the provision of Section 22(1) of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 (as amended) which provides for a local planning authority to withdraw a local development document at any time up to its adoption. In accordance with the requirements of Regulation 27 of the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012, Derbyshire Dales District Council hereby gives notice of the withdrawal of the Derbyshire Dales Local Plan Pre Submission Draft 2013. Any questions regarding the withdrawal of the Local Plan should be directed to:
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AEG LAVAMAT 64810 WASHING MACHINE exc. cond. £50ono; Tumble dryer, Hotpoint Aquarius TL21, exc. cond. £50ono, sales due to move. 07880 745242 Curbar. WOODEN WINE RACK, holds 10 bottles £5; Double bed valance, chocolate brown, 11” frill £5; Cork notice board 60 x 80cm £5, all from smoke free home. 01433 631605. RANGEMASTER 110 GAS FUELLED RANGE COOKER with matching extractor hood in regal blue, approx. 8yrs old, exc. cond. and available to view £550 01246 582512. BELLE ELECTRIC CEMENT MIXER VGC, little use £325ono, current price is £770 new. 01629 582129. RASCAL MICRO BALANCE MOBILITY SCOOTER splits to fit into car £130; Caravan awning £100. 01298 767582. TOOLS FOR KIRBY CLEANER new £40. 01298 26836. OAK FRAMED 3 SEATER SOFA and 2 matching chairs in dark green leather, VGC, must collect £200. 01298 26836. OLYMPIA HORSE SHOW TICKETS 2 top price tickets for Sunday 21st December, doors 6.45pm, block 5, row g £60ono each. 01629 734814. MORPHY RICHARDS FASTBAKE BREADMAKER good cond., hardly used £20; Iron porters trolley, heavy, rubber wheels £20; 1997 Christmas Bells whiskey, full, sealed and boxed £25; Old stone 2 gallon flagon, impressed R. Jones, Mansfield £25. 01629 56442. NESPRESSO MAGIMIX 200 never used £40. 07913 882282. DELTA MIDI HUMIDIFIER 240 supply operates on 12v, ideal for caravans bath and shower rooms £15; 6” mechanics vice, almost new £20; Green fluorescent jackets, padded, new, 1 large and 1 extra large £7 each. 01629 732248. 3 WHEELER BUGGY out-n-about nipper 360, red, exc. cond. £60ono; Play pen / den, silver, no mat £30ono; Fish tank, pink with aerators £10ono. 01298 872512. KITCHEN TABLE 2 leaves, folds to 10” £7; Calor gas heater £10; Z bed £15; Hotter shoes, size 5, beige £6; Slip on shoes, black, new £6. 01629 650367. RABBIT OR GUINEA PIG HUTCH hand made, solid hutch, felt roof, 39” l, 21” h, 15” d. 07792 258361. NINTENDO 64 CONSOLE with 2 controllers and 11 games £50; Full-size dishwasher, GWO £50ono. 01433 631365. MEINDL FOR ACTIVES walking / trekking boots, size 7.5, brown leather, worn 3 times £20ono; Pilates exercise machine with cardio board £40; Vibrapower plate and DVD £40ono; Kettlebells x3, 5lbs-5kg, with 10 DVDs by Kettleworx £20ono; Gym ball and pump £5, all as new cond. 01629 734718. 2 PLASTIC DOG BEDS for medium dogs £4 for both; 2 pink blankets, single £2 each; Gold eternity ring, size m/n with mini diamonds and sapphires £12; 12” round electric fan £2. 01433 631838. IFOR WILLIAMS cattle trailer, 2 axel, new floor and woods inside £400; 1 oak beam, 14’ long, 8” x 5” £100; Brown leather armchair, good order £30. 01629 636620. TOMTOM SAT NAV 4” 20 series, exc. cond. £25. 01629 630454. SINGLE RADIATOR 2400 x 600 inc. valves, as new £25; Audi A6 1996 body and engine parts,Audi 15” alloy wheels; Black glass TV units, shelves with chrome legs, good cond. £25; 3 black glass and chrome shelving units, 2 bigs, 1 small £15 for the 3; 1980s LPs inc. Ultravox, Human League etc. etc. 01629 640340. VARIOUS STOOLS IN OAK-PINE from infants to 3’ long adults, traditional design; 2 all plastic garden frames, 42” x 19” £10ono. 01629 812473. HONDA SUITCASE GENERATOR EU20I exc. cond. £650ono; Aluminium ext. ladder £30; Old, very heavy duty coal mine telephone £45; Chrome spare wheel cover for Discovery £30; Boxed, old lewin multi plane with blades £35; Kity 419 saw bench, exc. cond. £275. 07919 541716. 3 OLD PINE PANELLED DOORS 1 with 2 glass panels £20 each. 01629 636797. ELECTRIC BED AND MATTRESS light oak headboard, all in good cond., bed will raise at head and foot and has vibrating function £50 buyer must collect from Bakewell. 07889 922779. STIHL PETROL STRIMMER new, cost £195, accept £170. 01629 583007. NEW MONTGOMERY DUFFLE COAT scarlet, size 16 £50. 01629 733864. MARVEL BEANO DANDY ANNUALS 1969-1993 offers; Hitachi cordless drill DH24DV, no batteries, offers; Mens new cotton blue collar t-shirt, XL £5. 01629 650494. TREATED TIMBER 4 x 8’ x 7” x 2” £15; 2 x 91” x 5” x 2” treated timber £5; 5 x 3’ x 2” x 6” concrete kerbs £10. 01629 735098. COOLZONE UNDER WORK TOP 4 DRAWER FREEZER black and silver, 33” h, 20” w, 20” d £45. 01629 823460.
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HOSTESS TROLLEY VGC £40. 01433 620640. SET OF LE CREUSET SAUCEPANS 14, 16, 18, 20, omelette pan, Marseille blue, never used, ring for more details; Britax Cruiser plus, 9-25kg, approx. 9mths to 6yrs £5. 01629 650479. JAZZ GUITAR Maccaferri copy by Richwood, exc. sound and playability, as new, in hard case £180ono. 01433 631907. BRITAX FIRST CLASS PLUS rearward / forward facing, group 0+/1 car seat, suit from birth to 4yrs, RRP £160, many features, genuine reasons for sale, only used a few times in grandparents car, very good clean cond. £30ono. 01629 815506. SHABBY CHIC PINE COFFEE TABLE £40; Shabby chic bookcase, sage green with cream interior £75; Golf bag £10; Biker jacket £25; High chair, baby carrier, feeding seat and door bouncer £10. 01629 540432. BLANKETS 3 x all wool, 2 single size, 1 x pink and 1 x yellow, cellular, aircell, 1 x cream double, all wool £20 the lot; 4 x vintage white sheets, double, VGC £25. 01298 83641. BROTHER SEWING MACHINE COMPUTER SUPER ACE II hardly used, optional foot control, very easy to operate £125ono; Teak wall unit with tall glass doors, 3 storage cupboards, teak nest of stablees, also TV / DVD unit and co. unit £100ono. 07938 137265. CANON PIXMA MX395 inkjet allin-one office printer, print, copy, scan, fax, boxed, new and unused £30. 01629 55542. SIENNA DRESSER and baby changer, as new £10ono. 01246 583217 Baslow. DOUBLE SOFA BED dark red chenille cover, heavy duty, 2 separate cushions, used 3 times only £75ono. 01433 621881. VAX POWER UPRIGHT CLEANER used very litte, as new, 2300w, 330 air watts, 5 litre capacity, cost £170, bargain £50. 01629 823192. PHOTAX PROJECTION SCREEN on floor stand, 50” x 50” £20. 01629 823638. GARDEN STEP wrought iron handrail, 2001, length 7’ 3”, approx. 55° slope, 3 uprights 4’ 3” high, fix in concrete, could be cut to 4’, buyer collects £20; Sack barrow, 1950s, made by Slingsby, England, wood / steel, 4’ 3” h, 18” w, cast iron wheels, 10” dia., buyer collects. 07922 119356 Grindleford. 2 CUPS AND SAUCERS DENBY imperial blue £12. 01629 734620. BLACKBERRY TORCH MOBILE PHONE good cond. £55. 01433 631416.
HOME BLACK AND DECKER BATTERY CHAINSAW and 2 batteries, charger, good for small branches £90ono. 01298 872909. WICKES ROOF HOOK twin extension ladder into a roof ladder, detachable, fits any ladder, never used £10. 01629 823581. CHRISTMAS TREE 6’, selfilluminated, push fit, non-led lights, new and unused in handy carry bag, this is a large tree, can be delivered £40ono. 07523 423057. HALFORDS TXC1 GENTS CYCLE 16 gears, exc. cond. £50ono; Belling free-standing electric cooker, black, 4 hot plates, oven, grill, exc. cond., hardly used £50. 01629 810337. PORTABLE 3KW CALOR GAS FIRE brand new and unused, still boxed, has no naked flame, has catalytic element, 3 heat settings, ideal for summer house, garage etc. £70. 01629 636161. GIRLS BIKE suit 5-6yrs, 16” wheels, overall length 44”, height to saddle 22” adjustable, white and purple, sturdy model, spare saddle cover £15. 01629 733673.
HOUSE CLEARANCE Garages/ sheds also tools/pottery/ silver and gold ~ anything considered 07967 202357 POULTRY FEEDERS AND DRINKERS numerous shapes and sizes. 01298 84692. DRESSMAKERS MANNEQUIN adj. sizes, as new £50; Steam cleaner, still in box £45; Series of books, all exc. cond., J. D. Robb ‘In death’ series and Stephanie Plum by Janet Evanovich £1.50 hardbacks, £1 paperbacks. 07881 530544 Matlock. NURSING BOOKS all subjects £50. 07720 047039. MAIN AND JIB SAILS for Enterprise dinghy EK15792 £50ono; Wendy house £30; Modern brass bedhead, double £10; Golf programmes inc. British Open 1969 and British Open from 1989-2005 excluding 1995 and 2004 £90. 01629 540412. EXERCISE BIKE vgc, hardly used, can send photos, £25, 01629 735800.
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CLASSIFIEDS... FOR SALE BETTERLIFE INFLATABLE BATH LIFT cost £478.80 new, used only about 20 times, will accept £200. 01246 583282 Baslow. CHILD CARRIER littlelife cross country with all attachments. Up to 18kg £40; Toddlers push chair, petite star zia, black, complete with rain cover and thermal attachment £25; Childs bike (girls), bratz theme, 4-6 years £25; Toddler trike bike, avigo body (boys) with push handle £20; All in good cond. 07730 815115 Wirksworth. BROWN LEATHER THREE SEATER SOFA £50. Buxton 07779 121392. SKYDISH £10. Bush free sat box with remote £10. 01433 639725 after 6pm. OLD (SMALL) ROCKING HORSE suitable for renovation (A Rushworth & Co, Kirkgate, Bradford) £ 150; Habitat blue and white coffee set, tea set, dinner service etc. £50. 01298 85084. COAL BUNKER concrete sectional construction. Holds approx 200 kg. Already dismantled ready for collection, £10 ono. 01433 650601. LOVELY VINTAGE CHOCOLATE BROWN ROCKING HORSE needs a little TLC £25, Ewbank vintage carpet sweeper £20, Dark blue Chicco buggy with foot muff and rain cover £20, ladies clothes bundle size 12 - 14 LOADS of items great makes/brands! £30 ono. Happy to email pictures. Matlock Area 07957 820046. PRIDE COLT TWIN HIGH BACK MOBILITY SCOOTER Road legal with lights, horn, indicators, etc. Only used a few times in immaculate condition. RRP £3100. Will accept £700. 07906 621908. 2 PORTABLE ELECTRIC RADIATORS thermostat/timer/dial controls. Ex. cond. Both 2’6” H. 2’ W and 15” W. £20 pair or £12 each. 07929 452181. Cromford. REVELL PLASTIC MODEL CONSTRUCTION KITS All brand new/sealed. C-17A Globemaster cargo plane in 1/144 scale, F-4F Phantom 2 fighter in 1/72 scale, Airbus A320 Edelweiss Air airliner in 1/144 scale. All £10 each plus post, or can collect from Buxton. 01298 78224. FLAGSTONE FURNITURE RANGE rectangular fruitwood quality dining table. 6 chairs which includes 2 carvers. Measures 190cm x 100cm. Good cond. £250. 01629 584877 after 3pm. WALLING STONE approx 1.5sqm, buff split-faced dressed decorative stone suitable for a fireplace or outside project £7; Ugg Boots, black lattice cardy design, uk size 4 £15; Solid wood, good sturdy coffee table with nice tile inserts to save on the coasters! Length 40”D 19”H 17.5” £10; Ikea floor light, black modern, 47”H, angles for reading £7. 01298 871394.
WHITE BELFAST SINK 2’ x 18” x 10” deep, ideal for garden trough, £20. 01246 590143. LARGE REMOTE CONTROL FORMULA 1 RACING CAR plug charger £15 ex cond. Black Schooling Riding Boots, hardly worn size 5 £7. FILA Football Boots Size 4 £3. Vintage “Swallow” Dolls folding pram, chrome with detachable body, purple hood and body. Bought Xmas 1972. £48. Dark Green Oval Rug W-1500cm x D-950cm as new £10; Large variety of “Aynsley” Wild Tudor China, incl vases, bowls, trinket boxes, plates etc all ex condition, prices start at £3 each 01629 813011. CHILDS BASKET SADDLE, suit pony Hope valley. 07949 361184. BRITAX VIGOUR 4+ 4 wheeled black and red travel system complete with dual facing removable seat, and additional car seat. Lightweight, sturdy aluminum frame with chunky tyres and adjustable back rest. Foot warmer and plastic rain cover included. Super easy to put up and down and in very good condition. Only used for 1 child. Originally bought for £400 - £60 ono. Fisher-Price Jungle Jumperoo. Free standing comfortable fully rotating seat with colourful interactive rain forest toys.- £50. 01433 631411. HINARI LIFESTYLE MICROWAVE 800w with grill. Good cond. hardly used - comes with metal rack and instruction booklet. £25, can email photos. 07932 773599 - Wensley. KNEE HOLE REGENCY (REPO) DESK in yew wood with green/gold leather inlay top lovely quality and cond. 54”w x 30”h x 30”d (central drawer and 4 drawers on either side) absolute bargain £150; Kidney shape regency style dressing table very ornate with 3 folding mirrors, matching ornate double wardrobe and tall boy chest with 5 drawers nice cond. bargain £150; Mahogany bow fronted sideboard (strongbow ex Ponsfords) 60”w x 30”h x 18”d lovely cond. and quality a real bargain £150; Royal Albert (Haworth design) fine bone china tea set, never used so totally as new and in unmarked cond, bargain only £100. (can email photos for any of above items) please tel 07762 662030. 3 SEATER AND 2 SEATER SOFA AND FOOTSTOOL. Chenile fabric, mainly terracotta, with aztec design. Good cond. 210 x 115 x 75cm, 190 x 115 x 75cm. £190 ono 01629 640851. REGATA CROSS LADIES SPORT BICYCLE Shimano gears 6 speed including gel seat and dual Pannion bags, very clean and tidy £65 ono. Karma light weight foldable wheel chair, self propelled wheels, with seat belt, pressure cushion and detachable rear carry bag £75 ono. 07880 867124. Darley Dale.
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JAY-BE STUDIO 3 BUNK BED single bed on top and a desk and spare chair/sleepover bed below. It is strong construction and comes with the ladder, the original mattress if you want it but no chair sleepover cover we use an airbed. £50; Fridge Freezer, Indesit, A+ rating, 3 glass shelves in top freezer and 2 drawers in bottom freezer 600W by 600D and 1500mmH £100; FIFA 14 XBOX 360 football video game, brand new in sealed shrink wrap £15; Velex Blackout Blind (DKL) all fixings to slot inside a 500mm wide frame, cream with yellow pattern £18 or 2 for £30. Snow Tyre Vredestein Snowtrac 205/55/16 Mud and Snow tread 4mm in middle £20; New VW Golf spare wheel 175/80/14, Dunlop SP70, 5 studs PCD 100mm £40. 01298 871059. 4 DRAWER DOUBLE DIVAN BED base in vgc £30; 13 packs of Marley roofing tiles 10-7 £15. 01629 650959 . WASHING MACHINE: AEG LAVAMAT 64810 Excellent working order. Sale due to move: Curbar - 07909 543 064. £50 ono. HOTPOINT AQUARIUS REVERSOMATIC TL21 TUMBLE DRIER Very good working order. £50 or offer. Curbar 07880 745242. 5’ WIDE SLEEPEEZEE DIVAN BED with Sealy Posturepedic Ulta Lux mattress and headboard. In vgc £75. 01433 639960. GIRLS MAGNA BICYCLE purple 16” wheels suit 5-7 yrs cost £25 ono. 01298 84543/07866 282583.
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Call Mick on 07964 447054 SILVER COLOURED EPNS MINI GOBLETS with engraved detail. Set of 6 still boxed and unused, £12.50. 01629 734000. FERM SCROLL SAW MACHINE 230v 90w complete with at least 90 new blades good cond £40. Makita dustless orbital sander 240v 520w good cond £25 07941 779651 Hope. SINGLE DIVAN BED 2’6” wide with sliding door storage beneath. Good cond. £40. 01629 812824. PANASONIC VIERA PLASMA TV 37” screen. Silver. Vgc. Genuine reason for sale. £125. ono. 01629 732534. WARDROBE, BED AND BEDSIDE CABINET All items hardwood, mahogany colour, good make, little use, ex. cond. Wardrobe, 2 door with base/under drawer. Single bed frame. Bedside cabinet with 3 drawers. All reasonable offers considered. Raincoat - Ladies.Very good make ('Ness'). Size 12. Ex. cond. used only once. Cost over £100. Accept £50. Beige/cream colour with red stitching. Lovely 'silken' cream buttons with red and blue flowers. Matching lining. Buxton 07977 880273 RUBY STERLING BATTERY OPERATED MOBILITY SCOOTER in vgc, only used indoors. £400 ono. 01298 27349.
Peak Advertiser Office: (01629) 812159 RANGE ROVER P38 WHEEL AND TYRE 3mm tread ideal spare £20. 01298 84435. TYRES 195/60 R15 Set of tyres to fit Vauxhall Astra etc. 4 tyres in good cond. slightly worn. £40. Cromford area 07798 587754. BROWN FAUX LEATHER 3 PIECE SUITE immaculate condition, as new. £450 ono. 01629 580105. STERLING PEARL MOBILITY SCOOTER 4 wheel. Ex. cond. Easily dismantled for transport in car. £300 ono. 01629 814510. NEXT DR WHO CURTAINS 66 x 72 drop lined good quality as new £30; Dr Who up lighter lampshade £6; Dr Who Darlik rug £6; Dr Who duvet cover & pillow slip £10; Dr Who clock metal frame flashes light on the hour £15; Next Hopscotch design rug pink as new £6; 01629 57341. CYCLE CROSS TRAINER - York Active 120 2 in 1, cost £299 March 2014. Hardly used. £100; Aerobic Step with non-slip mat and Step Aerobics dvd; 2 x 3kg weights; Fit Ball; 3 Keep Fit dvds - offers. 01433 630541. JUNO FINE BONE CHINA 6 dinner plates - 6 cereal/soup bowls - 6 side plates. All brand new and never used. Full set 18 pieces £30. 01629 734292. KENWOOD CH180 MINI CHOPPER Delia Cheat gadget, 2 speed mini chopper for meat, vegetables, breadcrumbs and herbs, Stainless steel blades for consistent results, Safety interlock system prevents access to blades when in operation. Dishwasher safe bowl and unit dismantles for easy cleaning. Argos price £18.As new used only one time perfect condition too small. £6. Juno Fine Bone China. 6 dinner plates - 6 cereal/soup bowls - 6 side plates. All brand new and never used. Full set 18 pieces £30. 01629 734292. ROCK CLIMBING SHOES - Boreal Fusion 3 in size 9.5 (as new) £30. Red Camp Star climbing helmet (good cond.) £15; Mammut Full body climbing harness adult (ex. cond.) £30; BT Graphite cordless telephones x 2 handsets (as new) £30; Siemens Gigaset A165 cordless telephones x 2 handsets (as new) £30. Can deliver locally – in and around Bakewell. Call Lynette 07966 183192 or 01629 815322. CLARKS LIGHTS PURPLE LEATHER FUR-TOPPED GIRL’S BOOTS size 7G (lights still flash) £5; Little girl’s Next navy blue & white fur-lined snow boots size 5 £4; Girl’s pink Regatta puddle suit age 2-3 years (hardly worn) £4 07757 788899 Matlock. MOBILITY SCOOTER Pride Celebrity XL8 in red, ex. cond. maximum 8 miles per hour, stored inside dry garage. £325 ono. Could deliver locally. 01298 871158. RECORD WOODWORKING VICE V175b for mounting on a bench, brand new, never used. Cost £30. Will sell for £15. Steel framed mesh sided garden trolley/handcart, 4 wheeled with drop down sides £10. 07779 277701. Buxton area. 6FT X 4FT METAL GARDEN SHED complete with base new but slight cosmetic damage on 3 panels £50. Kata photographers backpack (new and unused) £30. Hitachi 500 gigabyte portable hard drive £15. Dog grate (35” x 16”) complete with dogs £60. 01629 650128 Mob 07544 718870.
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ROGER BLACK KOMPACT EXERCISE BIKE ex. cond. has Dunlop sports seat cover £60. 01298 83376. JAYCEE PINE ROUND EXTENDING DINING TABLE with 4 fiddle back chairs. Table extends from 43 to 58” with pedestal leg. £175 ono. Buyer to collect. 01433 630008. LONG CASE GRANDFATHER CLOCK Beautiful unmarked condition made by Fenclocks. Recently serviced. 8 day Grandfather clock. 30 years old no longer have room for it unfortunately. In antique oak, with three chimes including Westminster on the quarter hour and on the hour. Has night silence feature. Also has moving moon feature. Excellent time keeper. £250 or near offer. 01629 55359 or 07740 804333. OLD PIANO STOOL £45, Oak Gate leg Table £40 , Garden Rotavator 5hp £150. 01629 732245. LARGE PINE MIRROR Frame approx. 40” x 29”. Ex. cond. £10. Electric steamer. 2 - tier. Hardly used, £10. 01433 639477/07807 466090. BRAND NEW, NEVER USED AND STILL IN BOX 2 ceiling polished brass and glass light fittings from Argos. 430/9972 item number. Wont go in new flat. Cost £19.99 each. Will accept £15 each or £25 for both. 01433 631184 after 4pm. SEWING MACHINE Brother computer Super Ace 11 Hardly used. Wide variety of stitches. £150. Bakewell area 07938 137265. 3 PIECE SUITE Parker Knoll classic design. Rust coloured with gold detail. Good quality, good cond. £399 ono. 07896 060910. 15-20’ CHRISTMAS TREE free to a good home. Collection only. Cook & Lewis 800mm Quad ResinLite Shower Tray (in packaging) £15; AQ quadrant shower screen & fittings £40; Luxury curved shower screen 770mm x 1500mm, silver effect frame & clear glass £50. 07896 150388. POULTRY HOUSE new, unused £185. 01629 823728. CHILDREN’S FLEXIBLE WOODEN PLAYPEN/SAFETY GATE with 7 sections plus a door. £20 ono. Graco Contura Electra baby travel cot. £25 ono. Matlock 584435.
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ONE BLACK TV STAND with self for sky and video no scratches, non-smoker £25. One clear glass with shelf bit smaller than the black one no scratches £20. One black leather chair high back no scratches hardly used bought as a spare for use on the computer. £40. One Avo meter mark 7 in good working order new battery fitted. £30. 01629 823025/07842 705607. FRIDGE w46 x d65 x h85; Freezer: w50 x d54 x h84; Gas oven/hob cooker: w54 x d60 x h90; All items in good cond. Collection only around 25th October (negotiable). 01629 650753/07578 933004. RED LEATHER CORNER SETTEE single chair and footstool with storage £225 ono; Stone Hearth 57”w x 16”d x 2” thick in 3 pieces £125 ono; Glass fish tank with black lid and concealed light 36”w x 12”d x 14”h £30 ono. Windsurfing board and sails £120 ono. 07973 116915. DYNATRON STEREO GRAM 1960’s. FOC. Collection only. Metal oil tank 6’ x 4’2”. Height 4’. Housed in barn. Surplus to requirements. Currently perched on breeze blocks. FOC. Dismantle & collect. Darley Bridge. 07776 050801. HORNBY EUROSTAR good working order £70. 01629 57616. TONGUE AND GROOVE SOFTWOOD TIMBER 12 planks 4.5m long. 20mm x 110mm. £50. Also pretty pine washstand/dressing table with 2 drawers in top and cut away pot shelf below. Modern piece but well made in a traditional style with turned legs etc. 98cmW x 48cmD x 75cmH. £55. 07584 500045. BED SETTEE 3 seater large Ikea double bed settee little used £90. 01246 583169. TWO IKEA WALL CABINETS white frame with opaque glass doors. Doors lift up. One small and one large. Price £30. 2cv extension boot box. Two Ikea single pine beds with memory foam mattresses £45 each. Unique beautiful antique irish pine bed single £150. Two antique pine doors one sliding 33”W 74”H £100. Second door 30”W 77”H damage to beading suitable for painting. Fabulous yurt 12’ heavy duty fire proof canvas, yellow and white design, strong ground sheet and hessian floor covering £1,500. Beautiful space for camping or as a garden room. Free standing awning for a camper van, made of cotton grey coloured £40. 01629 540612.
FOR SALE LOGSTORE 07988 966589. CLIMBING SHOES Boreal Quetzal size 71/2. A tight fit. Black rubber & neoprene with lime green material.Vgc £15. 01629 582230. LARS BROWN LEATHER RISE AND RELINE CHAIR with dual motors £100 vgc. 01629 650610. WHITE UNDERCOUNTER HOTPOINT FRIDGE £50 ono. White table top freezer. £50 ono. Two beech cd/dvd racks. £10 for both. Collect from Darley Dale. 01629 312357. PRIORY DARK WOOD BUFFET Bought from DFS. 2 leaded glass doors on top. 2 middle drawers fitted with cutlery trays. 2 cupboard doors below. 120cmW 126cmH 46cmD. Good cond. From a smoke free home. £75. 01629 540381. SINGLE BEDS 2 with mattresses (or sold separate) £20 per mattress and £20 per bed. LPs Elton John, Dire Straits, Blondie Eurythmics, Chess £5 each. 07896 823390 Curbar. NEW ASPIRE BLACK SHOWER PANEL Diverting control, thermo temp control. Large square shower head, sleek black stainless steel H600 x W200 x P500. £50. Loake mens “Caligula” black size 8 elasticated jodphur style boot. Leather soled. vgc. £25. 01298 872115. GOLF BALLS used, clean, good cond. 40 balls £10. 07902 464685 (Matlock). GENTS DINNER SUIT (single breasted) 46” chest, 36”waist (includes a unworn spare pair of trousers) by Charlton Menswear, only worn once absolute bargain £35. Gents dinner suit (double breasted) 40” chest, 34” waist, lovely quality made by James Barry menswear bargain £35. Cheaper than hiring one!!! 07944 197198. RADIO PORTABLE ROBERTS DUOLOGIC ECO STEREO dab/fm rds digital £40. 01629 823947/07773 950636. BLENHEIM INSET OPEN GAS FIRE perfect working order £55. Fire screen (pink floral £10. Britax childs car seat, 6mths to 9 years. £20. Brass companion set (poker, tong, brush, dustpan £10. Graco pushchair with raincover and hood £10. 07816 914627 (Alport). 2 CHILDREN’S BIKES MTB style, 20” wheels, to suit 6-10 year olds. Dawes ‘Redtail’, silver 13” aluminium frame, front suspension, 6 speed Shimano Revoshift gears, vgc £45. Boys unbranded, red 13” steel frame, 5 speed Shimano gears, vgc £20. 01433 639985. MENS GUCCI 7700M CHRONOGRAPH WATCH Boxed, hardly worn hence great cond. £350. Matched pair of vintage Wharfedale Denton 2 speakers, good cond. and great sound, £30 will demo. Yamaha Dsp A592 surround sound av amplifier with dolby pro logic, with remote and instruction book good cond. and great sound. £40 will demo. Canon EOS 300 film camera with Canon EF 35-80mm auto / manual focus zoom lens (fits digital eos), virtually mint. £35. Modern (retro) portable Delonghi 2KW electric fire, ex. cond. hardly used £30. 01629 812063.
NINTENDO DS LITE with 7 games, £20; Nintendo DSi £20; Fifa 14 xbox 360, £6; Junior monopoly, £4. ex. cond. Jeremy Strong, The Collection. 10 books, boxed never read, £6. 01629 55321. MOBILITY SCOOTER 4 wheels, new batteries, vgc, splits to fit in car boot, £300. 01246 582506. CRAFT ASSORTMENT Skeins 40 of Clarkes anchor stranded embroidery, all colours, 15 skeins coton a broder, 15 of soft embroidery, various colours. Silver, gold, blue lurex thread for silver work, 6 years broidery anglaise, half depth. Cottons for patchwork, £40. 01298 83641. TABLE 5’ x 41” with 16” centre leaf extension, £50; 2 computer chairs, £5 each. Clear glass TV stand with shelf. 45” x 16” £15. 01433 631597.
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INSULATION 4” thick, Knauf earth wool, drytherm, each pack covers 6- 55 sq m, £10 per pack. Conservatory furniture, 2 cane chairs and cushions and rectangular glass table £30. Le creuset set of cast iron pans, orange, 5 in total nos. 22, 20, 18, 16, 14 in display stand, new includes also griddle saucepan no 26. £150. As new Ikea chests of drawers in birch, 4 drawer 31 x 19 x 39 H, £22; 3 drawer 31 x 19 x 30H, £16; 2 drawer bedside cabinets, £10; Cane chairs, £5. 07811 597664. OAK FRAMED KITCHEN WALL CLOCK 1920’s, 12” dia White clock face, fusee type wind up inc key, good order £185. Georgian oak folding reception table £180; Inset sink £20 have 3. Glass building blocks approx 45, £2.50 each. 01298 26122.
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FOR SALE JCB 2200W GARDEN SHREDDER collection bag and JCB User Guide, in ex. cond. £49. 01629 55292. PRETTY WALL PLATE RACK 4 shelves, lovely detail on top, bespoke made 130 x 130 x 17.5 can email photo, £125; Oak gate leg table, 4 chairs, 176 x 88, slight water mark, £80. 01629 822957. GOLF CLUBS Cobra gravity back graphite shafts, 3-SW irons 1 3 7 woods, motocaddy SI trolley and bag, battery and charger, £150. 01629 733664. BRITAX FIRST CLASS PLUS GROUP 0+/1 CAR SEAT Rear and forward facing, suitable from birth up to 4 yrs inc. newborn cushion insert, 5 recline positions, as new, £30 ono. 01629 815506/07729 354631. STERLING LITTLE GEM MOBILITY SCOOTER great for shopping or holidays. Easily comes apart to fit in most car boots c/w basket and charger, £150, good running order. Portable folding wheelchair/scooter ramp, 4’ long. Suitcase style in lightweight aluminium for easy storage. 272kg load capacity. Weighs around 11.3kg. Gentle access on and off ramp. Bought in error £50. 01629 814369. QUALITY DOORS 10 light solid mahogany interior, French doors (2) overall 202cm x 113cm, £50; 15 light solid light oak interior door, 196 x 77cm, £40. Teak tea trolley, on castors, solid teak, hand made by cabinet maker H27” W 251/2 D16”, £25. 01629 732010.
SOLID DARK WOOD OVAL TABLE seats 6-8, £50 ono. 07747 163003. ELECTRONICV-FIT LOSANGELES 2 TREADMILL with computerised multi programme settings and pulse monitor, with user manual, good condition £50. 01629 640389. KITCHEN recently dismantled, 2 single, 1 double base units, 3 single, 2 double wall units; one set of 4 drawers; dark green glossy fronts, white sides; light grey worktops approx 185 and 296 cms; stainless steel sink; extractor hood. £250ono. 01629 56664. BREWERY MEMORABILIA original 1980s ‘Home Ales’ pub sign, restored and illuminated, 3 parts £145. 07968 545324. CAR ROOF BARS Halford System E, hardly used £40; Lady’s black leather briefcase with shoulder strap, Condotti make, laptop size with multiple pockets in exc. cond., hardly used, cost £100+, will accept £40; Lady’s maxi dress, size 16, Matthew Williamson Butterfly make, pink, orange and turquoise, Ikap design, worn just once, as new, cost £75, a bargain at £20; Pine roll top bread storage bin, very attractive £5; Dell subwoofer computer dual speaker system, in exc. cond. £15ono. 01629 760826. KUDOX CURVED TOWEL WARMER to connect to hot water system, 600mm x 1324mm, ideal for bathroom in white, as new, surplus to requirements £40; Ten Cooke and Lewis dovetail cupboard pull handles 128mm, surplus to requirements £10. 01629 734772.
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1999 DISCOVERY TD5 XS
MoT March 2015, ex cond for year. New steering box. As new set of good quality snow tyres included. Absolute bargain. £3,650ono – 07771 347388
2005/05 JAGUAR X-TYPE 2.5V6 4X4 SPORT (A) ESTATE 69,000m
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Library picture WOODEN FRAME GLASS DOORS DISPLAY CABINET with 7 glass shelves and lights at the top, good cond. £40; World globe wooden drinks cabinet, holds bottles and glasses inside and at the bottom, good cond. £75; Kids smart cycle, bike plugs into tv to play games, nearly new £25. 01629 734507. CHILDS CAR SEAT BRITAX Eclipse Si, gd cond, one user £15; Backpack child carrier with rain/sun canopy, make Vaude jolly, £8; Fireguard (children) Argos, adj. and collapsible, bronze colour £10; Ladies M&S black and white woollen belted coat size 8, drycleaned £15; Ladies M&Co belted beige mac size 10 £8. 01629 650209. VACUUM CLEANER Electrolux 551 twin turbo super upright vacuum cleaner with hose attachments, spares inc. new belt, 2 new bags and instruction booklet £25; Jigsaws 6 x 1000 piece, boxed and 1 x 500 piece boxed, assembled only once, as new £10 the lot. 01298 23543. ATTRACTIVE ANTIQUE DISPLAY CABINET £60; Ladies navy blazer (Austin Reed) never worn. £60. 01298 22282. SMOBY PLAY KITCHEN food and equipment, £15; Taekwon-do trousers and top, size 120 age 68 £12; Little Tikes rocking horse £4; Mothercare ride on £5; ELC easel, pink, £4 (has been drawn on). 01433 630438. ASUS K5130 DESKTOP PC with Windows 8 Pro, 2.90ghz, Intel i3 with 6gb RAM, 9mths old, supplied by Currys/PC World, selling after migration to Apple, inc. keyboard, mouse and HP widesceen monitor, all in exc. cond. and fully functional £150. 01629 734060. OVAL DININGTABLE 39” (100cm) w x 60” closed, extends to 81”, Nathan. teak £100; Sunbed cushion, brand new, width 65cm, 5cm deep £20; Single divan bed and matching faux suede headboard, Rest Assured, VGC £20ono; Wooden decorator’s steps, 5’ high, 6 rungs £30ono, buyer to collect. 01629 580917. GRITSTONE TROUGH known as a cheese press, very old in good cond., attractive flower bed, 26” x 21” x 12” £100ono. 01629 540381. BOSCH 18 VOLT DRILL and 2 batteries, clean, hardly used £35; 28m of hosepipe, very clean £5; Box of odds and ends, too much to mention, suit car booter at right price or sell as seperates. 01629 734760. NEXT LIME GREEN AND NAVY BLUE CURTAINS good quality £20; Navy blue, green and yellow curtains £25; Next uplighter lampshade £5, matches curtains; Girls bike, pink / purple, suit 89yrs £25; Britax car seat, age 512yrs, grey seat cover, as new £15; Purple dolphin step 2 garden swing seat, suit 1yr+ £12. 01629 57341.
TECHNICS SXK200 KEYBOARD £20; Round coffee table, wood / glass £5; 5.5m motorhome cover £35; Petrol wood chipper, 5hp £250. 01433 621383. MAXI-COSI CAR SEAT £8; Fireguard 4’ 8” w, 2’ 4” h, 1’ 6”d £10. 01629 636391. KOFLAK MOUNTAINEERING BOOTS with liner and spare unused liner boots, UK 7.5, VGC £40ono; Buffalo mountain jacket with hood, size 36 £30ono; Buffalo mountain shirt, size 38 £20ono; Variety of OS maps, outdoor leisure series, unused (e.g. Scotland) any reasonable offer; Olympus XA2 camera with flash, ice axe tripod and case, any reasonable offer; Dawes mean street hybrid adult bike, little used £95. 01433 650654.
SKYDISH £10; Sky box with remote £10. 01433 639725 after 6pm. ECKMAN TELESCOPIC HEDGE TRIMMER c/w owner’s manual, exc. cond., hardly used £59. 01629 55292.
MOTORCYCLES WANTED WANTED MOTORCYCLES Anything considered. £50£10,000. Cash on collection. Please phone Tony on 01629 823276/07768 906162. MOTORCYCLES WANTED British/foreign, any age/condition. Fair price paid. Garages cleared. 07761 818137.
INTERNAL DOORS Wood, 6 panel, 9 x 30in wide, 1x 27in wide, £10 each. 01629 580552 Matlock. FREE PAVERS 31 Riven Buff 2x2 used pavers, customer must take away. 01629 56275.
1995 ABI JUBILEE RALLYMAN
18ft overall, 2 berth, lightweight chassis. Cassette toilet. Oven/hob/grill/3-way fridge/hot water/shower. Had a small damp problem but now fixed – just needs a cosmetic tidy. Easy DIY project. Absolute bargain at £650 ono. New awning if wanted at £150. Telephone: 07919 541716
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Tucked away in the Staffordshire hills, the quaint village of Wetton appears like an estranged estate village to Chatsworth as the woodwork of several cottages and farmhouses is painted in the distinctive dolphin blue colour. During the 18th and 19th centuries, profits from the nearby Ecton copper mine made the 5th and 6th Dukes of Devonshire fabulously wealthy, and paid for many of these properties to be built.
panoramic views. I could clearly see over the rolling hilltops surrounding the River Manifold to the rugged high ground of the Staffordshire Moorlands away to the west, as well as a line of jagged reef knoll hills splicing between Derbyshire and Staffordshire to create the county border running north to south. I descended a path beside Wetton Hill leading down to the 17th century Manor House previously known as Pepper Inn. This
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My walk began with a wander around the village and a bit of property envy as I deliberated over which ‘roses around the door’ cottage I liked the most. Snugly situated in the centre of Wetton is St. Margaret’s Church. It is thought that there has been a house of worship on this site since Saxon times. Whilst the tower is many centuries old, the main body of the church had to be rebuilt following a devastating fire in 1820. There are 6 bells in the peal, each one cast in a different century dating back to the 1600s. Over the years an unusual and ancient custom was carried out at Wetton Church, with examples up until 1913 – some men in the parish would trace the outline of their boots in the lead on the roof and then ornately decorate their graffiti using penknives or sharp tools. When the roof was restored and the lead replaced during restoration work in 2002, 219 boot imprints were removed. Some of the most fascinating examples have been put on display inside the church with an explanation to the meaning of their decoration and identity. Leaving the village I headed up towards a little covered reservoir on the hilltop from where there were far reaching and
is sheep rearing countryside, creating a landscape dotted with moving fluffy white spots and pebble dashed with slippery droppings that mould into the treads of your boots! Now a private residence, Pepper Inn was the ‘local’ long ago where a few tankards of ale would have been supped by miners on their way home from work, returning to the isolated villages of Wetton, Alstonefield, Warslow and Hartington. As I made my way down the valley I was following in the footsteps of weary workers after an exhaustive shift deep below ground. Ecton Deep Shaft reached a depth of some 1400 feet, more than 1000 feet below the river level! The discovery of an antler pick some 3,700 years old indicates that Ecton Hill was mined way back in the Bronze Age. The Romans also exploited the hill’s rich minerals, but the first c o m m e r c i a l workings were established in the mid 17th century. The introduction of gunpowder led to an increase in the
mine’s activity. By 1764 the mineral rights belonged to the Dukes of Devonshire and between 1776 and 1817 nearly 54 thousand tons of copper ore worth £677,112 were produced with a profit of £244,734, a staggering amount of money at that time! The steep sided valley leading to the Manifold Way reminds me somehow of a Scottish glen. It was so tranquil, the only transport sounds being that of the odd plane en route to Manchester airport high above. Reaching the bridge at the base of the road from Wetton I was not surprised to see the river in flow once again. Recent heavy rain had obviously washed down off the hills to produce a m u d d y watercourse with patches of foam like soap suds, in fact this occurs naturally as a result of organic materials and plant life mixing with fast flowing water. Similar to the Lathkil, the Manifold has both an over ground and subterranean course. During summer months or periods of p r o l o n g e d drought, both rivers ‘disappear’ below ground, leaving a dry river bed. Water beneath the Manifold reappears near Ilam Hall from a series of boil holes. Dye tests showed that the river takes 20 hours to cover the underground distance. Attempts in the 1900s to block the leaks in the river with cement and so seal the swallet holes where the water descended was a failure. I now walked a stretch of the former Manifold
Light Railway line, taking me to what had been Thor’s Halt. The 2’6” narrow gauge railway line closed in 1936 after a relatively short and unprofitable life. Thor’s Cave never fails to impress, although I am not tempted to scale the path to its huge gaping entrance, having done so as a child and found it to be a nerve-wracking experience. Created over thousands of years by the effects of water whipped up by wind into a swirling whirlpool in an outcrop of limestone, Thors Cave long ago provided shelter for both humans and animals.When excavated in the late 19th century it was found to contain arrowheads, bone combs, bronze brooches and bracelets as well as some Roman pottery and coins. Many of these are now on display at Buxton Museum and Weston Park Museum in Sheffield. The Manifold Valley is rich in archaeological finds and it is hard to imagine that mammoth, woolly rhinoceros, hippopotamus, wolves, brown bear and cave lions lived here thousands of years ago. It had been a showery day with blue sky and white cloud one minute then a sudden heavy shower the next, but as I returned to Wetton up the steep path past Hallfields Farm, it pelted down persistently. This was the perfect excuse to find shelter in the warmth and cosy surroundings of Ye Olde Royal Oak with a half pint of local ale in front of the blazing coal fire. Sally Mosley www.sallymosley.co.uk
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