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Winter is the best time of year for planting trees – and pupils at Darley Dale Primary School are now tree-planting experts, having created a new woodland of 140 native trees in their school grounds earlier this month. The woodland – planted with help from Little Green Space, Derbyshire County Council and Derwent Treescapes – will provide a long-lasting, wildlifefriendly outdoor learning environment for pupils. Access to green spaces such as these benefits children’s wellbeing, and the pupils at Darley Dale Primary School have created a lasting legacy that could continue to support wildlife and benefit people for hundreds of years. The new woodland includes oak, rowan and hawthorn trees – supplied by Tansley-based Derwent Treescapes and conservation charity The
Woodland Trust – and was funded through a grant from The Tree Council. It adjoins an existing area of mature trees that are already being used by the children during outdoor learning sessions – Darley Dale Primary is a Forest School, and woodland activities include den building and nature investigations. Parents and staff got involved with the treeplanting too – and one parent helper said she could remember planting trees at the school when she herself attended as a child. Plant a tree If you want to create your own lasting legacy, plant a tree in your garden – now’s the time to do it! Planting trees between November and March is a good idea as roots are dormant during winter, so the tree can cope more easily with being moved. It is possible to plant container-grown trees at
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Some of the cast of ‘Once Upon A Time’ A renowned ballet school's show wove a magical spell on its audience when performing locally at the newly refurbished Bakewell Town Hall. 'Once Upon A Time,' performed by the Felicity White School of Dance, enjoyed a run of four performances from 28-30 October under the direction of new principal Philippa Matkin who recently took over from founder Felicity White. Mrs White trained at the Royal Ballet School and set the school up in 1978 after moving to Eyam. Felicity comments, “In the last 37years I have taught hundreds of children, often including several generations of the same family but felt the time was right to hand over to Miss Matkin as she has the drive and energy to keep it going for, dare I say, another 37 years!”
78 students, aged 4-18 years, took part in the show performing a range of ballet, tap, modern dance and musical theatre. Creatures, playing cards and even a Cheshire Cat were on display in the event inspired by popular children's books including 101 Dalmatians, Wizard of Oz, Matilda and Alice in Wonderland. Principal Philippa Matkin, of the Eyam-based dance school, praised the pupils' performance saying: “There was a hum of excitement in the building. My teaching colleagues, the students and I all worked really hard to make the show a success and I feel very proud. The performances were excellent and enjoyed by all.” A raffle held during the shows raised £300 for Macmillan and Cavendish Cancer care in Sheffield, two charities close to the heart of Miss Matkin.
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Wednesday 4 November. All the money will go towards new provisions at school to aid children’s learning and curriculum. Head Teacher, Tracy Blackwell said: “Thank you to everyone who came along to enjoy the play and the supper that followed. We all had a very enjoyable and festive evening – it is fantastic to hear how much money has been raised from the generosity of local community members, to enhance the children’s education.” Residents also had the chance to see two displays in church and at school that children have been working on during their studies this term. They’ve put the exhibitions together by researching areas around British Values including Advent, Christianity, New Year’s Eve and the celebration of Queen Elizabeth becoming the longest-reigning British Monarch this year. They’ve also showcased their thoughts and ideas after visiting an inner-city farm and a mosque with Lowfield Primary School friends in Sheffield last month.
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MEETING It has been a busy month for Cromford WI members, with visits to Chesterfield to an exhibition of work by the Embroiderers’ Guild, to the De Bradelei Stores at Belper, and a travel afternoon organised by Christine and Ken with slides of their holiday in the Baltic. At the Christmas meeting we were entertained by Barbara Barker and her family on the theme of Carry on Singing which we all enjoyed. We each had a present from Santa’s Sack and seasonal refreshments were provided by members. A Christmas Cracker morning held at the Institute with crafts, cakes and a raffle was well attended with plenty of bargains to be had. This year’s Group Carol Service was held at St James Church, Idridgehay, followed by mince pies and hot drinks. The Christmas meal will be held at Alison House. At the January meeting the speaker will be member Ann Pocklington on “From Crinoline Ladies to Soldering Irons”. We have lots of exciting plans for 2016 and a full programme of interesting speakers. Cromford WI meetings are held at Cromford Institute, The Hill, on the first Wednesday of each month except August. New members and visitors are welcome. For more information please contact Janet on 01629 822319.
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SPECIAL MEMORIES AT UPPERTOWN SOCIAL CENTRE ‘The Haley Sisters’, the very popular Jo-Ann and Becky played their special mix of Country, Folk, Blues and Rock at Uppertown Social Centre on Saturday 12th December to a full house. They played Uppertown in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 and it was a sell-out every single time, with several regulars missing out on tickets. Becky provides vocals and a powerful rhythm and finger-style guitar. Jo-Ann also sings and is the rocksolid anchor on bass, while Brian dazzles on guitar with his flat picking and slide. The show was a great success but there was another special event on the night to commemorate the lives of two sisters-in-law who had regularly enjoyed evenings at Uppertown Social Centre with their husbands, George Avery and John Cooper. Uppertown Social Centre is a charitable trust providing facilities for the people of Ashover and surrounding districts. The committee had decided in advance that on the night, the lives of Valerie Cooper and Christine Avery, who with their husbands were longtime supporters of the Centre, would be commemorated by a raffle held during the evening. The proceeds of the raffle to be donated to the organisations which gave Val and Chris so much help immediately before they died.
Jo-Ann and Becky, ‘The Haley Sisters’, with guitarist Brian. (Inset) Christine Avery (left) and Valerie Cooper The raffle raised £400 and this has now been donated in equal parts to Ashgate Hospice and Helen’s Trust. (Helen’s Trust is a non-profit organization based in Bakewell, Derbyshire. It aims to enable people with any terminal illness to have the choice to stay in their own home.)
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Castleton C of E Primary School delighted the local community with their performance of ‘Christmas with the Aliens’. A group of aliens had crash landed on Earth at Christmas time and in their efforts to find a way to get back home, came
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YOUR LOCAL, FAMILY BUSINESS YOU CAN RELY ON Peter Kidd, President of Matlock Rotary Club, presents a cheque for £3,000 to Mike Tomlinson, Chair of the Aquabox Trustees, and fellow trustee and President of Wirksworth Rotary Club, Roger Cassidy Last August, Matlock Rotary Club organised the Dovedale Dipper, an annual charity run and walk through the beautiful countryside of Derbyshire and Staffordshire. The event raised a total of £3,000 for charity and this year it was decided by the President of the Club, Peter Kidd, that the charity receiving the money would be Aquabox, who are based in Wirksworth and are run by Wirksworth Rotary Club. Aquabox provides portable water filtration systems for disaster relief to
emergencies throughout the world, whether it be caused by earthquakes, tsunami, floods, war or other cause. Peter Kidd, President of Matlock Rotary Club said, “I am especially pleased to be able to help Aquabox with its funding. I understand that £3,000 equates to 100 Aquaboxes and this is a brilliant way to help people in disaster situations. Aquabox is a terrific piece of kit that enables disaster victims to have clean drinking water from any water source. It is brilliant.”
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The concert was sadly the last that two members of staff, Jim and Wendy Grady, were involved in as they retire to France. They have been responsible for maintaining a high standard of folk music at Highfields for many years. Kris Rowley, head of music at Highfields, said, “I am so impressed with the quality of our acts. And the commitment, discipline and maturity of our students really show when it comes to performance time. Of course we are sad to say farewell to Jim and Wendy Grady, but I’m optimistic at the new talent coming through and confident that music is thriving at Highfields. We’re very pleased with the results and progress we achieve.”
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SA NO LE ON W This year’s Youlgrave family pantomime is The Swashbuckling Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. Set sail with Robinson, Captain Slingyer Hook and Bo’sun Pat into a world of adventure and hilarity. The cast and crew are already busy rehearsing the all new script, making costumes, building the stage sets and undertaking all the other tasks necessary to stage the show. With our largest cast for many years including 18 children and some new adults too, you can expect larger-than-life characters, loads of laughs,
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All the Christmas decorations should be taken down and put away on the 6th January and not a day earlier nor a day later – if the old superstitions have been observed, that is. And all who ate a mince pie on each of the 12 days of Christmas can look forward to 12 months of good fortune. The Christmas cycle ends on Twelfth Night, 6th January, a date which as the Feast of the Epiphany commemorates the manifestation of the Christ child to the Three Kings of the Orient. Long after the Gregorian calendar was introduced in 1752, causing much of the population to believe that
they had ‘lost’ 11 days, the 6th January was referred to as the Old Christmas Day, although the title actually belongs to the previous day. Such an important date attracted superstition, particularly as in distant times the 12 days of Christmas were widely associated with the darker side of the supernatural. It was also believed that it had been an act of sacrilege to move such a hallowed date. Farmers had particular reason to object to a change in the calendar – with rents falling due on Christmas Day many of them refused to pay for a year which fell 11 days short. As a result many such transactions were transferred to 6th January – a date that still holds an occasional place on the financial calendar. Over many generations, Derbyshire farmers took the precaution of lighting 12 fires in their fields on 6th January to protect the land from evil influences. Because the womenfolk settled back to such regular tasks as spinning immediately after the festive period, 7th January was known as ‘St Distaff’s Day, partly work and partly play’. The distaff, a spinning tool, also gives name to the ‘distaff’ side of the family tree, meaning the female branch as opposed to the male ‘spear’ branch. January has one more date to look out for, the 25th being St Paul’s Day – formerly regarded as a weather forecast for the coming year: ‘If Paul’s Day be bright and clear, this will be a happy year’. Julie Bunting
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MATLOCK MUSIC SHOP Year 10 Students Raise An Astonishing £970 GUITAR COMPETITION
Lady Manners School Year 10 students have raised an astonishing £970 for their chosen charity, MIND. The 14 and 15-yearolds held a ‘Wear Your Christmas Jumper to School’ day and a
sponsored dodgeball event – which included all 230 students! The Christmas spirit was evident in both events, and the youngsters were delighted with the amount raised.
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Leader for Year 10 said: “The students really enjoyed themselves and took part with fantastic spirit. The atmosphere the Year Group created was extremely positive; we are proud of them.”
There was a great response to the recent word search competition in the Peak Advertiser to win a Tanglewood Crossroads guitar. Tony from Matlock Music
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throughout the three days of the market. All the monies raised, after costs, goes to local good causes and each year several thousand pounds are raised.
Matlock Rotary Club will be back again next year, enjoying being part of the Victorian Christmas Market. Peter Kidd, President of the Club said, “I would
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even though the Christmas tree lights had to be turned on from indoors the festive spirit was lovely. The quiz night on Saturday evening was again the best quiz attendance yet with 92 tickets sold. The craft fair and Santa’s grotto on Sunday were packed, creating a very cosy atmosphere in the village hall. We had some impressive raffle prizes due to the generosity of local businesses and residents and completely sold out of raffle tickets. All in all the weekend went very well and we managed to make a profit. Following a meeting of the Baslow Winter Festival Group we have decided that we should do it all again next year and allocate some of the funds to cover the
Baslow held their first Winter Festival on the last weekend of November 2015. Despite initial concerns about support and finance it was a huge success. We had the worst weather possible with torrential rain and high
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Winter Sale Now On Examples Bakewell U14s rugby team in their K.2 waterproof tops sponsored by Alex Kemp of the Eye Place Opticians Bakewell U14’s rugby team would like to thank Alex Kemp of the Eye Place Opticians for his kind generosity in sponsoring K.2 waterproof tops for the squad, which were
presented to the boys by Jack his Optician on Alex’s behalf. Unfortunately Jack wasn’t able to see our boys in action due to yet another game being cancelled because of our water-
logged pitch. Our club dates back to 1928 with 140 members but because we don’t own our own pitch it is impossible to receive any grants to improve the
drainage. If we owned a piece of suitable land as a club we would be able to obtain funding to give the players a pitch to play on all season. If any landowners would
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A story went around Bakewell recently of the man who got up one morning and found a note on the vacant pillow beside him, informing him that his wife had decided to elope with So-and-So. Distressed, he climbed into his clothes and went out into the street. A friend, coming along, observed his agitation and
asked, ‘What’s up, Bill?’ Choking with emotion, Bill told him that his wife had gone for ever. ‘Well, well, dunna take on so about it, just go home and let thy emotion have its way. Tha’ll feel miles better when tha’s had a reet good laugh.’ Heard on Lovers’ Walk under the last full moon over Matlock Bath: Jonny to
Ellen, ‘What’d you think it’d mean if I went and bought you a 22-carat real gold ring?’ Ellen – ‘Oh, Jonny, what would it mean?’ Jonny, getting up from the seat – ‘It’d mean I should have to give up the fags, chuck going to the matches, turn teetotal, and have you hanging round me neck for good. Let’s go home.’
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Talk in the Winster taproom had turned to the old Belisha beacons and zebra crossings. ‘They were alright enough’ said old George, ‘but what about the bloke who knew you could be fined for loitering on those crossings, made a dash across, dodged two buses, two taxis and a lorry, and dashed his brains out on the beacon.’ ‘Well, he got across, didn’t he?’ asked Jack. ‘Oh arrh – a marble ‘un.’ The retired Chelmorton Captain told the story of his seafaring days and a friend who had a nagging wife. She would insist on accompanying the old mariner on every voyage, much to his own and the crew’s dismay. One day she was taken ill and died when the ship was in mid-ocean. She was given a sea burial but as no iron was available to weight the body, coal was used. As the sad bundle slid into the water, the grieving widower remarked, ‘Ah always were sure of where she’d finally go, but ah never dreamt she’d have to take her own coal wi’ her.’ A Castleton businessman was falling out with his wife. ‘And another thing’, he stormed, ‘I expect when I die my business will go to the devil.’ ‘In that case’, she shouted back, ‘you’ll soon get it back again.’ The old farmer had enjoyed another late night and next morning was duly on the carpet. ‘If it wasn’t for me’, scolded his wife, ‘you’d be the biggest fool in Hartington.’ ‘Admitted’, answered the farmer, ‘but don’t worry, dear, I’m not after your title.’ Old Holmes reckons he has only been to one teetotal function in his life and he didn’t like it. When a waiter came round after the dinner with grapes, Holmes declined: ‘No thanks, I’m not used to taking my liquor in pill form.’ Sam had dreadful toothache and was swearing with pain when he bumped into Mick from Monyash. Said Mick, ‘Why don’t you do what I do when I’ve got bad toothache?’ ‘And what’s that?’ groaned Sam. ‘I goes home to my missus and she hugs me tight and strokes my face till the pain goes away.’ ‘Right, I’ll try it. Is she at home now?’ A Sheffield sportsman came into the Peak for a day’s shooting but had no luck at all. He was on the way back to his car, empty handed, when he passed a farm with a flock of ducks waddling about in an adjoining field. Up he went to the farmer and asked how much he would charge for a shot at the ducks. ‘A couple of quid’, said the farmer. So the sportsman handed over two coins and took two shots at the ducks, killing seven. ‘There’, he grinned,
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PETER McCARTHY SUITE
OPENS AT WALTON HOSPITAL In Memory of a Much-Missed Nurse
Peter’s family and guests. (Inset) Peter’s wife Jannine and children Ella, aged 11 and Will aged 7 The family of Derbyshire nurse Peter McCarthy were VIP guests at the opening of a new outpatient block at Walton Hospital, Chesterfield, named in his memory. Peter, a community diabetes specialist nurse, died following treatment for leukaemia in March 2014 aged 51, and his friends and colleagues at Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust wanted to create a lasting memorial to him. Peter’s wife Jannine and children Ella, aged 11, and Will, aged 7, from Wirksworth, were the guests of honour at a special ceremony to name the newly refurbished outpatient suite after him. Peter’s mother Maureen
McCarthy from Mickleover, Derby and Jannine’s mother Gillian Watts, now living in Anglesey, as well as Peter’s brother Clive McCarthy and sister-in-law Patricia, were in the VIP party to mark the official renaming of the suite and to celebrate Peter’s dedication to his chosen profession and to the patients in his care. William Jones, chief operating officer with Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust, which runs Walton Hospital, welcomed Peter’s family and gave them a tour of the facilities before inviting Ella and Will to unveil a plaque in honour of their father. William said: “Everyone who knew Peter remembers how caring and supportive
he was, both to his patients and to his colleagues. He was a gentleman with a gentle nature who is greatly missed. He cared passionately about his work as a nurse and his dedication shone through in the care and consideration he gave to his patients.” Peter McCarthy grew up in Derby and attended John Port School in Etwall. He worked at various hospitals around Derbyshire after qualifying as a nurse in 1989. He subsequently gained his district nursing qualification, with time spent at Kelvingrove Medical Practice in Heanor, before going on to introduce the role of diabetes nurse at Staffa Medical Practice. Later, he worked across north Derbyshire, firstly in a
new role providing diabetes education within primary care, and then with the community diabetes specialist team, visiting patients in their homes or in local GP surgeries, assisting people to manage their diabetes and to live a healthy life with the condition. Peter’s former colleagues and friends from the community diabetes team at Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust were among those who attended the event at Walton Hospital. The new Peter McCarthy Suite includes nine clinical outpatient consultation rooms as well as three larger clinical areas (former ward bays) comprising: a gym, occupational health and group therapy areas.
Set in the peaceful woodland surroundings of Darwin Forest Country Park, Evolution Health and Fitness Centre provides the perfect place to unwind and escape from the demands of everyday life. Peak membership which includes access to the gym, unlimited classes and access to the swimming pool and spa is just £37 per month and if you join during January you will receive 50% off the joining fee. Our beauty rooms are open to non-members and offer a range of treatments 7 days a week. The layout of our fully equipped gymnasium has been designed by leading industry professionals and includes all the latest equipment to suit a range of abilities and fitness levels. Our qualified instructors will design a fitness programme to suit your individual needs and
lanes and a general bathing area. The pool has a separate children’s area, making it perfect for all the family. To let the stress of the outside world just drift away, we also have a spa area which includes a jacuzzi, steam room and sauna. Our beauty therapists offer a full range of beauty and massage treatments and we are offering Peak Advertiser readers who bring along this advert 10% off any beauty treatment in January. To find out more please visit www.evolutionhf.co.uk The Evolution swimming pool with gym facilities overlooking the pool area help you achieve your goals. There is also a separate room for core exercises, stretching, free weights and classes. The stunning swimming pool has dedicated swimming
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comprehensive Yoga at all levels with beginners welcome. A range of complementary therapies are also available, providing another method of enhancing health and wellbeing. Contact Helen: Mob: 07967 169365. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org .uk Web: www.serenity yogaandtherapies.co.uk
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Most writers will tell you that the hardest thing about writing is to get started. That blank sheet of paper, that blank screen, can be intimidating, if not downright off-putting. But now, as a new year begins, it is the time to take the plunge: time to begin that project you’ve been thinking about for ages; time to find the time for your own creative talents to flow; time to explore a new world. I have been writing since I was a teenager. Nothing grand, no published novels or Pulitzer prizes, but steady down-to-earth stuff. I have written and edited magazines and booklets for groups and organisations. Sometimes I was paid to do it, sometimes not. I have written for newspapers, and sent poetry to friends, and I even have an unpublished novel or two on the shelf – I am no good at marketing. The thing is, I enjoy writing. I enjoy the challenge of finding the right words to express what I want to say. And those who have read my writing have said they enjoy reading it enough to encourage me to carry on. But I am not a club-able sort of writer. Occasionally I do share with a group of friends, but my muse tends to strike in ways and on topics which don’t necessarily fit and may not be particularly fashionable or acceptable (for examples see www.jeniedwards.com).. A little while ago I got to thinking that now I have a bit more time, I might be useful in encouraging others to find the enjoyment in writing that I have had for so long: perhaps I could help someone get started who can’t find a place or a time in a busy life? One Saturday morning a month dedicated to ‘writing time’ might get you started. Or maybe you’ve got tangled in a plot and would like to talk it over with a neutral person?
Or maybe just having somewhere set aside for writing would help? So it’s experimental... the fourth Saturday morning in the month, 9am-1pm, is booked for you to use at Bakewell Friend’s Meeting House. It’ll be open for the first time on Saturday 23rd January. Contact me beforehand on 01629 636550 or e-mail email@example.com for details. I hope I can help.
“Trying to find the right personal trainer for you at the right price is quite a difficult job. You want value for your money! Sessions designed to your every need! With over five years’ personal training experience, I offer a highly professional approach to all clients. I’m available from 6am-10pm, 7 days a week to make sure that even the busiest of people can get sessions in. Whether it’s to increase fitness, to lose weight or to add muscle, I’m the right personal trainer for you. No matter who you are, I will treat you with care and attention to make you ‘look good and feel great!’. My personal trainers will contact you even when you don’t have sessions to see if you’re doing great. All my clients achieve results because I’m there for you!”
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Hope Valley Health Club Hope Valley Health Club would like to thank all our wonderful members past and present a Happy New Year. We are looking forward to 2016 with fun, excitement and energy. We will be launching a new class timetable for you to get stuck into. We also have a great new pricing structure in place so please pop in for more information and check us out online and facebook. You won't be disappointed. Hope Valley Health Club Making fitness easy. Tel: 01433 650 100. www.hope valleyhealthclub.co.uk Click/join us on: FACEBOOK Unit 1+2, Heather Lane, Hathersage, S32 1DP
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ago. It has remained in the same location ever since and, whilst there have been numerous changes to both the practice and the profession during this time, our aim has remained unchanged – to provide high quality dental care for the entire family in a caring and professional environment. We strive to make dental appointments a pleasant experience for all concerned and our focus is firmly on patient education and preventative dentistry in order to reduce the need for active and invasive treatments. We have a full time dental hygienist and a dental health educator who runs our Preventative Dental Unit where children are taught how to brush their teeth correctly and the importance of a healthy diet. This last year has seen a number of staff changes
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at Diamond Court. Margaret Hodgson decided to take early semi-retirement and is now solely focusing her time at the local Community Dental Services. Catherine Denholm has replaced Margaret as our new Dental Associate, Catherine qualified at the University of Sheffield in 2004 and, having worked in nearby practices in Sheffield and Chesterfield, she has gained a wealth of experience in all aspects of general dentistry. We have also made several new additions to our team. Roisin Maskrey has recently returned to the practice as a Dental Nurse, and Toni Goodwin a former Dental Nurse has recently completed her Dental Hygiene-Therapy training at Liverpool University and will be joining us in February 2016 with helping our existing Dental Hygienists in delivering dental care. In recognition of our high standards, we will be moving into 2016 with a gold member status in the British Dental Association’s prestigious Good Practice Scheme. We were also the first dental practice to be awarded the Derbyshire Dignity Campaigns Bronze Standard Award – an award which recognises our attempts to ensure patients are always treated with dignity and respect at all times. We are currently in a position where we are able to register new patients at the practice. We have a range of Denplan monthly budgeting plans or you can just pay for your treatment as you receive it. Please contact us on (01629) 812991 if you would like any further information on the practice or if you wish to register as a new patient.
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LOOKING FOR A DENTIST? Why not choose Diamond Court Dental Practice, an award winning and long standing practice in the centre of picturesque Bakewell. With a friendly team of highly experienced dentists on hand to provide a wide range of general and cosmetic dental treatments. Our professional team do their utmost to make every patient feel calm and relaxed. We take time to talk to you about your concerns and do the best we can to help you look and feel great about your smile. • CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS • HYGIENIST AVAILABILITY • DOWNSTAIRS SURGERY AVAILABILITY • PATIENT CARE CO-ORDINATOR • RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY, ORAL SURGERY, IMPLANTS AND ORTHODONTICS • MODERN, WELL EQUIPPED SURGERIES • USE OF PREMIUM DENTAL MATERIALS AND THE LATEST TREATMENT TECHNIQUES • CHILDREN’S PREVENTATIVE DENTAL UNIT • FULLY AIR CONDITIONED • CQC INSPECTED AND FULLY COMPLIANT • FINANCE OPTIONS AVAILABLE FOR LARGER TREATMENTS, PLEASE RING FOR FURTHER DETAILS
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Parkside Fitness in Matlock opened at the end of 2013 and has quickly gained a high reputation as a first class gym. Parkside prides itself on being a friendly, sociable gym that is affordable, where everyone is welcome, no matter what shape or size they are. The club offers both men and women facilities such as cardio - vascular equipment, resistance machinery, free weights section, plus there are both male and female changing rooms and showers.
Parkside is not just a gym, also available are a number of classes for both members and non - members. Classes include Zumba, Bokwa, Combat, Step and Spinning, to find out more details on all classes available please telephone 01629 258412. A number of memberships are available from Annual, 6 monthly, monthly, or clients can just turn up and pay per
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on Physiotherapy • DO YOU WANT TO GET RID OF ACHES AND PAINS? • GET A BETTER NIGHT’S SLEEP?
HOOKED ON PHYSIOTHERAPY At Hooked on Physiotherapy we have a wealth of experience treating all kinds of musculoskeletal problems. We specialise in hands-on treatments that get to the root of the problem so that you are able to get back to living your life and doing the things you love. Throughout January we are offering Peak Advertiser readers a free assessment
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where we will discuss any issues you are having, have a look at your movement and possibly feel for any muscle spasm etc to get a full picture of your problem at present. You’ll receive a diagnosis and a plan on how to start reducing your pain immediately. Just phone or email us with the contact details provided to start your journey to a pain free life.
Unit 11 Molyneux Business Park, Darley Dale DE4 2HJ Tel 07725 959488 email email@example.com Registered with most major insurers inc. Bupa and Westfield
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HEAVENLY HOLISTICS Tracey Aked-Slack (originally Pursglove) has been an holistic therapist for over 25 years. Tracey says, “I have had a little time out but decided to open Heavenly Holistics because life has become very busy for everyone! “People come to me and say ‘I am so stressed!’ “We all need to destress, relax and recharge
“After years of suffering I no longer have to take painkillers!” - Sam S
our energies. “I help people relax with Reflexology, Indian head massage, Reiki and spiritual guidance therapy. “After a free taster... I design a treatment to suit you. Each person is an individual”. For more details please call Tracey on 0781 2244837 F/B Heavenly Holistics or email traceysretreat @gmail.com
HOOKED ON FITNESS Monday 7am Spinning
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6.30pm Bootcamp 6.30pm Metafit + 6.30pm Boxing Kettlebells Bootcamp 7.45pm Spinning 7.45pm Spinning Are you looking to fight the Christmas bulge and get in shape for summer? Do you want a studio with NO JOINING FEE and NO MINIMUM LENGTH CONTRACT? Our classes are small and friendly and cater for all needs and abilities. We offer free trials on all classes so why not come along and join in.
ON ALL CLASSES DURING JANUARY Sign up in January for an unlimited class pass for only £45 and you will receive free entry into the Weight Loss Club. The winner of the Weight Loss Club will receive a PT session with Becki worth £30. For further information, contact Becki on 01629 734 305 or 07525 628 057. Get Fit, Lose Weight, Feel Great!
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It’s that time of year when people are making
10 FREE 60 minute PT sessions Have 1 x 60 minute PT session per week for 10 weeks Worth £250 absolutely FREE OF CHARGE when you join for 7 months
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their New Year’s resolutions and thinking of joining a gym. At Woodlands, we’ve never wanted to be the cheapest gym in town – we want to be the best value gym. We want to offer our members the one thing we believe matters above all else: RESULTS! With a new business partner in place, who by the way was originally a member, Woodlands Rowsley are introducing a revised class timetable with a range of classes from Spin to Ab Blast and Boot camp. We are also offering a weight lifting class and group personal training sessions just for women. In 2016 we will also be bringing new cardio and gym equipment plus resistance machines. Woodlands gym listens to its members to keep improving the service we offer. For more information call 01629 733123 or visit w w w. w o o d l a n s fi t n e s s rowsley.co.uk
Attention ladies and Gentlemen, does this sound familiar…? “I need to de-stress and relax” “I’m always doing things for everyone else!” “I need some well deserved me time”
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Relax, de-stress and find that important me-time. Reflexology; Indian head Massage; Reiki; Spiritual Guidance Therapy To claim your FREE 30 min taster session quote JAN2016 when booking Unit 11 Molyneux Business Park, Whitworth Rd, Darley Dale DE4 2HJ | 07812 244837
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PEAK DISTRICT MATRON’S FACE OF FAME!
Peak District matron Melissa Dalton will be popping up a lot over the next few weeks – on posters, billboards, and on screen – as one of the faces of the national NHS Stay Well This Winter campaign. Melissa is matron for urgent care in the minor injury units at Whitworth Hospital, Darley Dale and Buxton Hospital, both run by Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust. She was chosen by NHS England to appear in the public campaign. She is one of a handful of nurses – out of nearly 378,000 qualified nursing staff nationally – to get a taste of model life as part of promoting self-help tips for staying healthy during the winter. You can find details of the campaign here:
http://www.nhs.uk/staywell /#. The key themes are: staying warm, eating well and getting a flu jab.
Well done to Melissa for representing @DCHStrust so well as one of the faces of this year’s national winter
campaign. Look out for posters of our @MIUmatron Melissa. Tweet @DCHStrust if you see her!
LOVE FOOD ~ LOVE LIFE Love Slimming World For more than 45 years Slimming World has helped its members reach their dream weight and stay there for life. Consultant Debbie Ashton is celebrating 21 years and explains why Slimming World is different. Our Food Optimising Eating Plan makes slimming easier than you ever thought possible. You can enjoy hearty meals in portions to satisfy your appetite, and with unlimited Free Foods to choose from -
food like steak, pasta, bacon, eggs and Slimming World Chips (yes really) - you will never go hungry and you WILL lose weight. Food Optimising combined with our tried and tested weight loss support system, is really a recipe for success. There’s so much more to losing weight than what you eat and that’s why at Slimming World we will support you every step of your journey, our no hunger
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INDEPENDENT ACTIV LOCAL PAPER PHYSIOTHERAPY For local people
“Make 2016 your year to remember by improving your health,” says Activ Physiotherapy. Keeping up with New Year’s resolutions can be straining for your body and may lead to unexpected injuries and pain. “Here at Activ Physiotherapy we have a team of therapists with a wealth of experience and knowledge on how to manage, manipulate and eliminate these injuries.” Andrew Okwera, Georgina Hollinrake, Clare Heward and the team specialise in several areas of physiotherapy such as; sports injuries, women’s health, musculoskeletal pain and home advice on improving your health. “We commonly see people who have taken up new hobbies as a spur to improve health such as long gym sessions and long distance running. However, in my experience regular exercise, without the proper preparation, can lead to injuries that otherwise wouldn’t occur. We have a system of preventative rehabilitation or ‘prehab’, as it’s commonly known, that can help prepare a person for exercise and also aid their recovery, thus reducing the risk of an injury. Most people may think this type of therapy is only available to professional sports people. However here at Activ we ensure that it is widely available for all.”
Activ Physiotherapy is based at Bradway and Totley in Sheffield and Hope. Phone 0114 2352727 for appointments.
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We are a team of Chartered and State Registered Physiotherapists with a wealth of experience working in the NHS, with sports clubs and closely with medical professionals. “We have been established in Sheffield and the Hope Valley area for 7 years and have recently opened a clinic in Balby, Doncaster.” We are members of the Health and Care Profession Council and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
What is physiotherapy? Physiotherapy is the treatment, management and prevention of a variety of conditions which may result from everyday activities, work related problems as well as sports injuries. Providing treatments for: • Back & Neck Pain • Sports Injuries & Massage • Musculoskeletal Treatment • Women’s Health Issues • Acupuncture • Headaches • Post-operative Rehabilitation • Physiotherapy at your workplace • Physiotherapy in the home
Clinics: Doncaster 302 Balby Road, Doncaster DN4 0QG Totley Synergy 162 Baslow Road Totley, Sheffield S17 4DR Bradway, Sheffield 99 Bradway Road Sheffield S17 4QS Hope, Derbyshire Hope Physiotherapy Clinic Eccles Close Hope, Derbyshire S33 6RG
Tel: 01433 623602 email@example.com www.activphysiotherapy.co.uk Activ Physiotherapy is registered with all major insurance companies including BUPA, Aviva, AXA and Westfield Health
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Bakewell Physiotherapy Bakewell Physiotherapy Clinic has been established for 10 years and has the benefit of being based both in Bakewell and at St Elphins Park, Darley Dale. Enjoying excellent working relationships with our local GPs and consultants, we provide treatment for all musculoskeletal conditions. Our physiotherapy team (all registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the HPC) is extremely experienced. Our specialist clinics include: •Women’s health •Complex musculoskeletal conditions •Shoulder conditions •Steroid injections •Neurological conditions •Post operative Orthopaedic rehabilitation •Hydrotherapy •Domiciliary service •Paediatrics Many of our physiotherapists are trained
in acupuncture and pilates and, if appropriate, this can be included in your treatment. We have an established and highly regarded domiciliary service allowing us to see patients at home who have neurological or musculoskeletal conditions. Our emphasis is on spending time with our patients: focussing on-hands on treatment with appropriate exercises and advice to ensure the best possible outcome. We invite you to consult our website where you will find more detailed information regarding our physiotherapists and their individual areas of expertise. Alternatively, please e-mail us with any questions you may have. Thank you. David Meech, Tamsin Brooks and Kate Abbott (Physiotherapy Directors) general@bakewellphysio. co.uk www.yourphysio.org
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BPC Physiotherapy Assessment Diagnosis Treatment 01629 814433 Bakewell Physiotherapy Clinic Arden House Deepdale Business Park, Ashford Road, Bakewell, DE45 1GT
St Elphin’s Park Physiotherapy St Elphin’s Park Dale Road South Darley Dale Matlock, DE4 2RH
A hands-on approach from a ‘can-do’ clinic
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Helen Milton I’m Helen Milton, local mum of two boys under 12. I used my ‘active me time’ when the kids were small to get out in the beautiful Peak District. I got fit and found ‘me’ after the shock of parenthood. Fitness for me is strongly linked to my sense of wellbeing. I am passionate about your ‘active me time’ and about enabling you to enjoy your fitness, tailoring exercise to your needs. Whatever your goal – weight-loss, stress relief, training for an event or simply enjoying the outdoors – I can help you. If you don’t know where to start then get in contact, between my
fitness and cycling qualifications I’m sure I can offer something attractive, different and which concentrates on your needs. I can work with you one-to-one in stunning surroundings to tone and strengthen arms, legs, bums and tums, or in your own home if you prefer. If there are a few of you interested, we can turn it into a group session. I also run salsa-size and fitness classes in Birchover on Tuesday and Friday evenings 6-7pm. The hardest part is picking up the phone – after that we’ll do the rest together. email@example.com et 07957 836151.
Bakewell & Darley Dale 01629 814433 www.yourphysio.org
Activemetime with Helen Milton for a fresh start to your fitness Discover a new you in 2016! January is traditionally the time when smokers promise to quit the habit. But these days, there’s a better chance of actually keeping that promise. VapeHQ in Matlock has the reason why. Last August, a report by Public Health England, part of the Department of Health, stated that “Ecigarettes are 95% less harmful than normal cigarettes” and that they “help most smokers to quit tobacco altogether.” VapeHQ owners, Scott and Maria, welcomed the news. “We knew that vaping was the tasty alternative to smoking before this announcement,” says Maria, “and now we are officially a serious option for those wanting to quit, or for those who like smoking but want to reduce the toxins in their body.” Vaping is an alternative to smoking that uses flavoured vapour to
replace the usual cigarette chemicals. The e-liquid is vaporised to give the same sensation as smoking a traditional cigarette. You start with a liquid which contains nicotine and then work your way to a liquid which has none. At VapeHQ the e-liquid range caters for all tastes and is UK tested as fit for consumption. From tobacco and fruits, to pink lemonade and key lime cookie, there’s a flavour to suit all tastes. The last words go to Scott. “I urge those who were cautious about vaping to come into our store and just talk to us. We will let you freely try devices and liquids before you buy so that you are completely happy with your purchase. We try to make your first steps into vaping really easy.” VapeHQ is open til 6pm 6 days per week on Firs Parade in Matlock. You can get there by tapping DE4 3AS into your SatNav.
Are you ready to get active? Want to change your body shape and need help to start? I want to help you get in shape and achieve your ﬁtness goals, whatever they are. Your ‘active me time’ is your therapy – boosting your wellbeing and self-conﬁdence. Let’s get started – from walking to jiggling to jogging to FIT! We’ll use the green gym that is the Peak District to tone and strengthen the whole body – no gyms, no shouting. Available for one-to-one sessions outdoors (or in your own home) – your choice. £25 per hour. Or if there are a few of you for an outdoor ﬁtness session while the kids are at Nursery/School then it’s only £5/person (minimum 5 people). I’m also qualiﬁed to guide bike rides on road and oﬀ-road – looking after routes, mechanical issues and maximising your enjoyment. Monthly group rides, £10 per person for 2-2½ hrs with starting points around the Peak District. Currently on Monday or Friday mornings. Contact me for details. The hardest bit is picking up the phone – Let’s Do It! – This is your year – Discover You
Helen Milton : 07957 836151 firstname.lastname@example.org www.facebook.com/activemetime twitter: @activemetime1 http://activemetime.wix.com /activemetime
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CRESSBROOK FILM CLUB FRIDAY 8TH JANUARY GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS This adaptation of David Mamet’s hit play is packed with star turns from some of Hollywood’s most respected character actors. Jack Lemmon, Al Pacino, Ed
one of the most significant victories for the civil rights movement. Director Ava DuVernay’s “Selma” tells the story of how the revered leader and visionary Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr and his brothers and sisters in the movement prompted change that forever altered history. There will also be a short introduction to the film and refreshments will be served during the interval. Most of our films this year will be shown with subtitles. Our 2015-16 programme of films is available at
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Harris and Alan Arkin play four real-estate salesmen who are forced into a selling competition by their head office executive “motivator” played by Alec Baldwin. First prize is a Cadillac, second a set of steak knives and third and fourth prizes are the sack. In the 1990s if you worked as a salesmen in the USA you would know that all these characters really did exist in this ‘dog-eat-dog’ life - uncompromising, unscrupulous with sales at any cost. The film is (cert 15, 96 minutes long). Doors open 7.30pm for 8pm, the bar will be open for refreshments before and after the film and as ever, there’s a warm welcome for old and new members and guests. Membership of Cressbrook Film Club is £20 for the whole season with guest tickets available at £5 per film for adults and £3 for kids. Contact John Butler 01298 872 025 or David Lawton on 01298 872 144 to renew your membership, become a member and book guest tickets in advance. Go to w w w. c r e s s b r o o k c l u b . org.uk for other events in the village and the location of the venue.
to Montgomery culminated in President Johnson signing the Voting Rights Act of 1965,
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www.bashfilms.org.uk. You can also pick up a copy from The Medway Centre and other information centres in Bakewell. Our 2015-16 membership fees remain the same: £24.00 (10 films). (Remember as a member you may borrow any films missed or any from our archive of DVD or Blu-Ray.) Temporary membership: £8.00 (2 films). Guest of a member: £5.00 (1 film). To join BASH contact: Cheryl Mayfield, BASH treasurer, 22
There will also be a goodies stall for the children. All profits go to local schools and children’s charities. Brilliant robotics prodigy Hiro Hamada finds himself in the grips of a criminal plot that threatens to destroy the fast-paced, high-tech city of San Fransokyo. With the help of his closest companion, a robot named Baymax, Hiro joins forces with a reluctant team of first-time crime fighters on a mission to save their city.
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CALVER CHILDREN’S CINEMA - BIG HERO 6-9TH JANUARY Calver Children’s Cinema will be showing BIG HERO 6 on Saturday 9th January at Calver Village Hall. Doors open 1.30pm, film starts 230pm. Ticket price £3 each for adults and children, under 3s free. To reserve tickets phone 01433 631298 or pay on the door. Disabled facilities, Free parking, Teas, coffees and cakes will be on sale by 1st Curbar Guides.
BAKEWELL AND ASHFORD FILM SOCIETY - SELMA Bakewell and Ashford Film Society’s New Year screening at The Medway Centre, Bakewell on Sunday January 10th 2016 at 7.30pm will be the 2014 film “Selma” (Certificate 12A). The unforgettable true story chronicles the tumultuous three-month period in 1965, when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. led a dangerous campaign to secure equal voting rights in the face of violent opposition. The epic march from Selma
Big News! We Are Opening We are excited to announce the opening of Cool River Bistro food & drink nights, starting on Saturday 2nd January. Come and enjoy the very best in informal dining. Delicious burgers made with the very best local beef, cassoulets, gratins, pâtés, soups, pies & croques, salads & platters, puddings, patisserie & more. All cooked & baked in-house by the talented Cool River kitchen team.
Catcliffe Cottages, Bakewell, DE45 1FL 01629 814770 or email cherylmayfield@ stainedglass1.plus.com We look forward to seeing you at The Medway on January 10th 2016.
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Dogwood Rose At Hope Dogwood Rose are playing at The Old Hall Hotel, Hope 15th January 9pm in aid of Hope Careline. All welcome. Hope Careline provides a free, friendly telephone call every day to people who are living alone, elderly or vulnerable. It is also available to people who may need contact for a short time. It is operated entirely by volunteers and maintained by voluntary contributions. The Careline team is extremely grateful to the landlord of The Old Hall, Hope for offering to host a Gig by Dogwood Rose to help raise funds for Careline.
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Santa Claus, presents, face-painting, glitter tattoos and plenty of icecream and jelly were top of the list at the three Christmas events held by Blythe House’s ‘Back on Track’ counselling service for children and young people affected by bereavement. Over 20 children benefitted from these workshops and parties at what can often be a particularly difficult time of year, as young people often feel isolated from others by their situation at Christmas, but Blythe House was there to help. The three activity afternoons also included a
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But don’t worry, it’s not all over yet. Forthcoming events include a Movie Matinee on Saturday 23rd January from 1-4pm, showing the film ‘Inside Out’ with popcorn, ice cream and fun activities. The ‘Hut People’ along with story-teller Helen Appleton will be returning by popular demand on Saturday 13th February 10am-3pm for the second ‘Make Some Noise’ extravaganza. Both events are at Blythe House Hospice. For further details please contact Margaret Peters, Children and Young People’s Counsellor, on 01298 816993. margaret.peters@blythe house.co.uk
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High Peak, Buxton Bureau, 26 Spring Gardens, Buxton. Drop-in Monday 9.30am-2pm and Wednesday 10am-12pm, appointments Thursday 10am-2pm. High Peak, Glossop Bureau, 1st Floor Bradbury Community House, Market St, Glossop. Appointments Monday 10am-2pm, Drop-in Tuesday 5-7pm and Friday 10am-2pm. High Peak, New Mills Bureau, Town Hall, New Mills. Appointments Tuesday 10am-2pm and drop-in Thursday 10am-2pm. Appointments also available at Whaley Bridge Mechanics Institute (call 0844 375 2712) and across High Peak GP Surgeries in Baslow, Buxton, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Gamesley, Glossop, Hadfield, Hartington, Hayfield, Hope Valley, New Mills and Tideswell - contact your surgery for details and in Children’s Centres in Chapel-en-le-Frith (call 01629 533680), Fairfield (call 01298 74895), Gamesley (call 01457 728950), Glossop (01629 531232, Hadfield (call 01457 860729), Harpur Hill (call 01298 74101) and New Mills (01629 533000). EVERY MONDAY Alzheimer’s Society Memory Cafés Social event providing access to support and info. for people with dementia, their carers, family and friends. friendly and informal. Every 4th Monday of the month. Medway Community Centre, Bakewell. Please pop along anytime between 2-4pm. Contact the Alzheimer’s Society on 01246 223366 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Ashford Badminton Club 8-9.30pm. In the sports hall at Lady Manners School. Contact Pete Rhodes on 01629 810319/0775 4421211 for more info. Ashbourne Sinfonia Rehearsals at Thorpe Village Hall and Parwich. 7.30pm. Contact Howard Kilner 01298 84844 for details. Baby Stay & Play 1.30-3pm. Matlock Children’s Centre. A weekly drop in group. On the 1st Monday of every month there will be a Health Visitor, and the opportunity to weigh your baby. No need to book. 01629 581867. Badminton Hartington Village Hall between 8-10pm. Everyone welcome. For further info. 07870 879734. Bakewell Choral Society rehearsals, 7.15-9.30pm in Bakewell Methodist Church, Matlock Street, Bakewell. Term time only. Tel. 01433 631308. Bakewell Cubs 6.15-7.45pm. At the Brigade Hall, Bath Street, Bakewell. Further info. Mike Horrod 01629 732173. Bamford Pre-School Playgroup term time at the Methodist School Rooms, Main Road, Bamford. 9am-12noon. We now take children from 2 years old. Caroline Hunter 07591 979051. Bamford Tennis Club Ladies S&D Match practice night 6.30pm. Ruth 0114 2899384. Baslow Mother and Baby Group 10am-12noon. Baslow Church Rooms. Charge is £2 per family. Just turn up or tel. Rachel Brown on 01246 583022. Biggin W.I. meet at 7.30-9.30pm 2nd Monday in the month. Tel. Francis 01298 84447 or Lynn 84548. Bradwell Bowls Club Open bowling. 6pm. All welcome beginners or advanced. Tel. June 01433 620227 for more info. Bradwell Pre-School 9am-12noon at the Memorial Hall, Netherside. Contact Wendy Riley 07756 236563. Breast Feeding Support Group 12.30-1.30pm. Matlock Children’s Centre. A weekly group. A chance to meet the centres breastfeeding expert for support and advice. 01629 581867. Bridge Club Bakewell Town Hall. 7.15pm. Pairs (Acol). Visitors just turn up. £1.50 pp. 01629 814439/01298 871151. (Not Bank Holidays). Buxton and High Peak Art Society meet at Dove Holes Community Centre. 1.30-3.30pm. Tel. Secretary, Bronwen 01629 813686. Chapel-en-le-Frith Ladies Choir Town Hall, Chapel-en-le-Frith. 7.45-9.45pm. New members welcome. 01298 814015. Come Along & Play Book the activity room here at Bakewell Children’s Centre to use our toys and resources, to book and for more details.01629 533673. Cromford Toddler Group meets during term time at Cromford Methodist Chapel on Water Lane, Cromford. 10-11.30am. Darley Dale Band Rehearsals 8-10pm. South Darley Village Hall. Contact Keith Sheldon 01629 734641 after 6pm. Derbyshire Housing Aid Advice surgeries and deposit guarantee scheme. Imperial Rooms, Imperial Road, Matlock 9.30am-12.30pm. Free confidential, independent advice on all housing matters. Fishpond Choir Rehearsal 7.30-9.30pm. The Fishpond, Matlock Bath. Further info. email email@example.com or turn up on the night. Great Longstone Bridge ClubVillage Hall. 7-10pm. New members needed and welcomed. Tel. 01629 640442. Grindleford and Eyam Playgroup Bishop Pavilion, Bridge Field. 9.30am12.30pm. Contact Supervisor -Rebecca Stephenson 07842 095402. Hatha Yoga Over Haddon Village Hall. 10.30-11.30am. Friends Meeting House, Bakewell. 6.7.30pm. Contact Michelle 01629 815168. Hathersage Choir Rehearsals in the Lawrence Hall, at the Hathersage Memorial Hall. 7.30-9.30pm. Contact Secretary on 01433 650554. Hope Mums, Bumps, Babies and Toddlers A small friendly group run by new mums. The Old School in Hope from 10-12. Drop in any time for tea and chat. Contact Jane 07966476636. firstname.lastname@example.org for more details Jazz Workshop 7.30pm at Hope Valley College. Experienced players or beginners to jazz – everyone welcome. Pete on 01433 631284. Ladies Badminton Group age flexible. Well established. Matlock area, new welcomed. For further details 01773 856566.
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New members always welcome. For more info. visit www.matlocklions.org.uk or tel. 0845 8339583. Matlock Multiples meet 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month. 1.15-3pm. Arc Leisure Centre Community Room. For further details phone Jane on 07957 211721 or search for us on Facebook. Matlock Mummies 9.30-11.30am. Matlock Children’s Centre. Friendly, relaxed group. Activity each week. Drinks and snacks provided. Daddies and other carers also welcome. Runs all year. No need to book. Free. 01629 581867. Matlock Workplace Derbyshire Dales Walking for Health 12.30pm Easy walk 45 – 60 minutes Meet in Reception at DDDC Town Hall Bank Road (bottom end) for a brisk walk around Matlock in your lunch hour. Monday Funday Club (Term time). 6-7pm. Matlock Methodist and United Reformed Church, Bank Road, Matlock. Christian based fun sessions for 5-10 year olds. Contact Alison 01629 582847 for further details. Otter Tots Swim School 1.30-2.30pm. 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 Forest Playgroup 9.15am-1.15pm Tel. Charlotte or Lara on 07733 166715. Peak Pre-School Stanton in the Peak Primary School. 9am-2pm. Please contact Cathy (Supervisor) on 07799 084244. Rowsley Toddler Group Rowsley Methodist School Room, Chatsworth Road. 9.30-11.30am. (term time). Solo Whist We meet at 7pm at Caroline Court, Hope, for a friendly game of solo. Why not join us. For further details call 01433 651560. Steep Turnpike Youth Theatre 6.15-7.45pm. Term time only at Steep Turnpike Church, Matlock. For any young person in year 6 or above (aged 11 upwards) who enjoys drama. £1 a session - First ‘taster’ session free. For more details email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 07426 361116. Tai Chi 11am-12noon at Tansley Village Hall, Tansley. For further details 01629 312300. Tideswell Band rehearse at the Youth Club Building, 7.30-9pm. Contact Simon Lewis for details 07762 797595. Tools for Self-Reliance 10am-12noon, Roman Catholic Church Crypt, Bakewell. Volunteers welcome to help refurbish tools for third world. Contact Mrs M. Pope 01629 733944. Toddlers Group for 0-4yrs, with parents or grandparents. Dale Road Methodist Church Hall, Darley Dale. 9.30-11.30am. Info. 01629 735988. Weekly Led Rides For Women on the Monsal Trail. Leaving from Hassop Cycle Hire at Hassop Station – 10am-12noon. Rides are delivered by fully trained cycle leaders. Suitable for beginners and children are welcome accompanied by an adult. Stay around after the ride for refreshments in the café afterward. Bring your own bike or hire a bike for £6. email@example.com Wirksworth Derbyshire Dales Walking for Health 2pm. Meet and walk from Wirksworth Leisure Centre. 2 weekly walks: Very Easy Walk 30 – 75 minutes and an Easy walk 60 – 90 minutes. Yoga with Louise at the Medway Centre, Bakewell. Drop in class £6.50. 7.309pm. Dynamic Hatha Yoga. Mats provided. All levels welcome including beginners. Contact Louise (BWY) on 01538 304561 or just turn up. Map on website. www.yogamania.co.uk Zen in the Peak District 7pm Meditation practice, instruction and help, near Matlock Bath. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.kwanumzen.org.uk/The Peak/ for more info. EVERY TUESDAY Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Cafe Social event providing access to support and info. for people with dementia, their carers, family and friends. Friendly and informal. Every 3rd Tuesday of the month at the Old Hall Hotel, Buxton, 10.30am-12noon. Tel. Nikki at Alzheimer’s Society on 01246 223366 or email email@example.com Amnesty International, Wirksworth and District Waltham House, St John Street, Wirksworth. Third Tuesday at 8pm. All welcome. No membership fee. Contact: Alison Ledbury, Secretary 01629 820888 or firstname.lastname@example.org An Art Group Peak Forest Reading Room. Meets last Tuesday of the month. 7.30pm. Contact Angela Whittaker-Axon 01298 938923 for more info. Art with Matlock U3A Scout HQ Matlock Green, 10-12 noon. New members welcome. Call Ruth on 01629 56636. Ashover Indoor Bowls Club meets Tuesday and/or Wednesday. 2-4.30pm. Ashover Village Hall. New members needed. Baby and Toddler Group (Totzone) Unit 4 off Olde English Road, Matlock. 1011.30am (term time only). Contact Josie 01629 584783. Bakewell Bridge Club Medway Centre. Players should be seated at 6.50pm for a 7pm start). New players and visitors welcome. Secretary Tony Margree 01629 636267. 1st Bakewell Brownies 6.15-7.30pm. The Brigade Hall, Bath Street, Bakewell. Further info. Heidi 01629 810369, Helen 732173, Doreen 812863. Back on Balance 7-8pm and 8-9pm. 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. For more information www.backonbalanceclinic.co.uk. Back 2 Netball This is a great way to keep fit and have fun, even if you’ve not played since school or all all! Great Longstone School Sports Hall, 7–8pm. Bakewell Crafty Kids Club 10am-12noon in term time. Crafts and fun for preschool children. (Parent/carer required to stay) £2 donation per family. Further details contact Medway Centre on 01629 813638. Bakewell Methodist Church Badminton Club Wesley Hall, Bakewell Methodist Church. 7.30-10pm. Tel. Jennifer Morewood 01629 812299. Doreen Gammage 01629 813714. Bakewell Town Guild A newly formed Townswomen’s Guild in Bakewell. Meet on the 2nd Tuesday every month. Bakewell Town Hall. Between 10am-12noon. New members very welcome. Enq. 01246 582219. Bakewell WI third Tuesday of the month. The Friends Meeting House, Bakewell. 7.30pm. Rashelle Maltz-Jones 01629 810355 Jacky Severn 01629 810037 for further info.or just come along on the night. Visitors welcome.
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Sparrowpit & District W.I. extend a warm welcome to all women. Every 3rd Tuesday. 7.30pm. Memorial Hall, Sparrowpit (Behind the Wanted Inn). Full programme which includes various outings, workshops and meals out etc. Tel. Angela Whittaker-Axon on 01298 938923 for further info. Wellbeing Hub open Tuesdays-Thursdays, 10am–3pm. Various therapies Bamford Pre-School Playgroup 9am-3pm. See Monday’s Events for further and activities to improve and maintain Wellbeing. Contact 01629 733915. details. Wellness Therapy The Derbyshire Federation for Mental Health, Stancliffe Bamford Tennis Club adult coaching and social tennis from 6pm. Tel. 01433 House, Molyneux Business Park, Darley Dale. 1pm. 01629 733915. 651559 to arrange a free introductory session. Whist Drive First shuffle. 7.30pm at Bakewell Working Mens and Social Beavers (6-8 years). 6-7.15pm. Hathersage Scout Headquarters. More info. • Fitting, Servicing and Repairs Club, Butts Road, Bakewell. Admission £2.50 per person (including John on 01433 651889 or website - www.hathersage-scouts.org.uk • Chimney Pots, Cowls and Bird Guards Fitted refreshments). Bingo Queens Court Sheltered Accommodation, Queens Road, Fairfield, Wirksworth Toy Library Wirksworth Children’s Centre, Memorial Hall. 9.30• Bird Nests Removed • Flue Liners Buxton. 7.30pm. 11.30am. Stay and play session £2 per family/carer for up to 3 children • Stove Cleaning and Installation Bradwell Teddy Bear Club (Parent, Baby and Toddler Group) meet at the and includes a wide variety of toys to play with includes snack. 08450 Methodist Schoolrooms, Bradwell (opp. White Hart Pub) from 9.30-11.30am. • New Power Sweeping available 093019. All welcome. Further info. contact Collette 01433 623838. EVERY WEDNESDAY Telephone Bio-Diversity Action Team out and about doing practical work across Adventurers Children’s Club for 5-11 year olds. At the Gospel Hall, North Derbyshire. No experience necessary. Contact Steve Wright 01332 348591. 07899 034738 / 01629 825340 Church Street, Bakewell. Sept-March in school term time. Bradwell Pre-School Group See Monday’s Events for further details. Alpha Course in Local Churches Crich, St. Mary’s Church at 7pm. Contact: Busy Bees Toddler Group Busy Bees is for Mums (or Dads or Grannies) and Peter Hall 01773 852693. Also Darley Dale, Churches Together at 7pm. their babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers. Plus a trained Breastmates volunteer Contact: Robert Quarton 01629 734257. offers support on breast-feeding, weaning and returning to work whilst Anxiety Workshop The Derbyshire Federation for Mental Health, Stancliffe feeding. 10am-12noon Fountain Square Church Hall, Tideswell. Coffee, Chat, House, Molyneux Business Park, Darley Dale. 1-3pm. 01629 733915. Snacks, Toys, Games, Crafts, fun. All welcome. Art Class Youlgrave Reading Rooms. 10am-12noon and 2-4pm. For more Buxton and District Young Farmers Club meet at Farming Life Centre, details Diane Kettle. 01629 636763. Blackwell. 8pm. More info. Beth www.dianekettle.com Gratton 07805 536605. PLEASE NOTE: If you have had a Art Classes Life drawing and painting Carpet Bowls at St Margarets Village regular event with us which is still listed tutored by Diane Kettle B.A. Hons Hall, Alderwasley. 2-4pm All welcome. and no longer runs can you please get in (Fine Art) Certificate of Education. For further details contact 01629 Beginners, improvers and 825891. touch with Nicky on 01629 812159 or email professional, artists welcome at the Chatsworth Scouts aged 10-14 year email@example.com so we can ‘Friends Meeting House’ (behind the olds. 6-7.30pm. Contact Nick Griffiths delete it from the paper. Methodist Church) in Bakewell. 1.3007429 538283. 4.30pm. Tel. Diane Kettle 01629 Church On The Bus 1-3pm. Meets at 636763 www.dianekettle.com the railway/New Bus station car park, Matlock. Ashbourne Derbyshire Dales Walking for Health 10.30am. Meet at Coffee and Chat Morning 10-11.30am. Dale Road Methodist Church Hall, Ashbourne Leisure Centre. Long walk 120 - 180 minutes we share cars to Darley Dale. go to different walks around the Dales and Staffordshire borders. Cooking Class (ingredients and equipment provided free of charge). 10amAshford Bridge Club welcomes new members to play bridge (Acol) in a 1pm. The Derbyshire Federation for Mental Health, Stancliffe House, Molyneux social setting. Singles welcome. Medway Centre, Bakewell. 7-10pm. 01629 Business Park, Darley Dale. 01629 733915. 814132. Come and Join our Friendly Group for Afternoon Tea and Chat/Speaker/Coach Tel & Fax 01433 650 388 Ashover Baby and Toddler Group 10am-12noon, (term-time only) at Outings We meet the first Tuesday in the month in the Court Room, Bakewell Ashover Parish Hall, Milken Lane, Ashover. Come and join us for a cuppa Town Hall. 2-4pm. Transport on the community bus can be arranged from Mobile 07973 473562 and meet new friends whilst your children play. Tel. Nicola Foster on address in Bakewell. Everyone is welcome. Or tel. Beryl 01629 814858. 07891063154 or visit us at ashovertoddlers.co.uk. Crafty Coffee Court Room, Bakewell Town Hall. 10.30am-12.30. Craft group. Bakewell Library (Storytime) 10-10.30am. All children aged 5 and under Come and share your ideas over coffee and cake. Starts 22nd April. 01629 are very welcome to participate, no charge for the activity. A parent/carer 810152 / email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details. is required to stay for the duration of the activity. 01629 812267. Crafty Natters Craft Morning Bring your own craft and learn new crafts. Very Bakewell Bunnies at Bakewell Children’s Centre 10.30am-12 noon. A weekly friendly mixed age group. All welcome. 9.30-11.30am at Victoria Court session for 0–4 year olds. The sessions will end with a cool down time Community Room, Chesterfield Road, Matlock. School term time only. 50p which will include stories or singing. No need to book. 01629 533673. subs which include unlimited amount of tea/coffee, biscuits and cake. Contact Bakewell Floral Art Club 7.30pm. Bakewell Town Hall. 2nd Wednesday of Ange 01629 580856. 07896 151304. email@example.com each month (except January). New members and visitors always welcome. Cressbrook Band Practise in ‘The Cressbrook’ (SK17 8SX). 7.30-9pm. Players 2nd Bakewell Methodist Brownies Are you aged between 7 and 10 years of all standards welcome. We also offer tuition for learners - of all ages. old? Would you like to join our pack? Bakewell Methodist Church. 6.30Denefields Seniors’ Lunch Club (Matlock). 11.15am onwards. Come and see 8pm. Cassie Hodgkinson 01629 810241 or Sharon Wakeman at Bakewell us for a bit of company and a meal. Contact Chris Smith 01629 583512. Pet Shop. Derbyshire Federation for Mental Health Health Walk Tuesday Strollers 10am. Bakewell Silver Band Full Band rehearsals. 8-10pm at the Brigade Hall, Bath Local walks with a friendly group. All abilities welcome. First Tuesday of every SERVICES (MIDLANDS) LTD Street, Bakewell. Contact Ian Wildgoose 01629 813119. month. Meet at Stancliffe House, Molyneux Business Park, Whitworth Road, Bakewell Young Farmers’ Club Monyash Village Hall. 8pm. For more info. Darley Dale. Booking essential 01629 733915. Tel. Helen Yates 07855 945441. Dove Holes Public Band Ambitious young band welcomes all young or Bamford 0-5 Group. Moore Memorial Hall from 10-11.45am. All welcome experienced players to rehearsals every Tuesday and Thursday. 1B Dale Road, Specialists in servicing and maintenance for informal play, tea/coffee, children’s snack and outdoor play weather Dove Holes. 7.30pm. Contact Joanne Hollinrake 07970 039356. of domestic gas and oil boilers permitting. Please feel free to drop in. Contact Sue on 01433 659961. Drop In - Derbyshire Federation for Mental Health 10am-3pm. Stancliffe Bamford Pre-School Playgroup 9am-12noon. See Monday’s Events for House Molyneux Business Park, Darley Dale DE4 2HJ. 01629 733915. • Gas Safety inspections further details. Explorers (14 years upwards). 6-7.15pm. Hathersage Scout Headquarters. Bamford Tennis Club Mens S and D Match practice night 6.30pm. Tel. Martin John 01433 651889 or look on the website - www.hathersage-scouts.org.uk • Landlord safety inspections on 01433 650328. Flagg Tiddleypeeps Under 5’s. Flagg Village Hall. This is a lively, thriving group • Gas fire servicing Baslow Choir New singers welcome – all ages. 7.30-9.30pm. Baslow Village with families from Flagg, Tideswell, Hartington as well as surrounding villages. Hall. Contact Heather Jacques on 01433 631586. 9-11.30am. Tel. 01298 85208. • Minor plumbing works Bible Study in the Hope Valley with The Living Hope Church. 8pm at various Football Pay and Play Sessions A social, fun kickabout! – Baslow Multi-use • Free estimates homes throughout the valley. Contact Pastor Tim Pritt 01433 650942. court, 6–7pm, £2.00 a session, Baslow Multi-use court, 16+ years. Bakewell Branch : Community Bible Study International UK www.cbsiuk.org Free Coffee Morning and chat at Dale Road Methodist Church Hall, Darley Dale • Office hours 9.00 – 5.00 The Garden Room, Tannery House, Matlock Street, Bakewell. DE45 1EE. from 10-11.30am. Come and meet old and new friends. No charge, just • Emergency call-out available – out of (Sep 9th 2015- May 25th 2016) in term time from 10-11.30am. friendship. See you there! Community Bible Study International UK is a non-denominational Go-Dai Karate Club ARC Leisure Centre, Matlock. Adult classes 7-9pm. For office hours monitored answer machine independent Christian Ministry dedicated to providing accessible in- depth more info. check our website: britishgodaiassociation.co.uk/Matlock or Matlock Office For Sheffield Bible study in a supportive group setting which is open to everyone, men contact Nigel Briggs directly on 01246 567913. and women of all ages. It provides a simple four step approach in studying Tel/Fax area call: Grindleford and Eyam Playgroup 9am-3pm. (1pm finish also available). See God’s word. For more information contact 01629 812766. Monday’s Events for further details. 01629 593577 07841200956 Bingo 8.30pm at Bakewell Working Men’s and Social Club, Butts Road, High Peak Twins and Multiples Group at Harpur Hill Children’s Centre- free Bakewell. Everyone welcome – Non-members £1.00 per person. drop in session for children and parents to play together, share experiences Email: BM&W Brass Wirksworth 8-9.30pm. Moot Hall, Chapel Lane, Wirkworth. and make new friends. 10am-12noon. Players of all abilities welcome. Call Ray Gould on 01629 540345. Hope Valley Young Farmers Club meet at Bamford Hall. 8pm. For more info. firstname.lastname@example.org Bradwell Bowls Club See Monday’s events for further details. Tel. Cath Morley 01433 620237. Website address: Chatsworth WI third Wednesday at Edensor Tea Rooms, Edensor Village at Interested in Cycling? Led rides for women at Carsington. Meet at Carsington 7pm. New members are always welcome. Kath Watts on 01246 211437. Sports and Leisure, 10–11am. Suitable ride for beginners, small children www.adrplumbing.co.uk 1 Chatsworth Cubs aged 8 to 10 /2 year olds. 5-6.15pm and 6.45-8pm. welcome. Rides are led by British Cycling Ride Leaders. Bring your own bike Contact Emma Lowe on 07843 090016. or hire one for only £6.00. Chelmorton Film Circle Chelmorton Institute 2nd Wednesday each month Indoor Short Mat Bowling at Bamford village institute. 2-4pm. 7-10pm. at 7.30 prompt. Contact June 01433 620227. Coffee Morning (includes Bingo). Queen’s Court Sheltered Accommodation, Little Hedgehogs Pre-School See Monday’s Events for further details. Queen’s Road, Fairfield, Buxton. 10.30am. Matlock Cycling Club 7pm. Starting from Crown Square, Matlock. Training ride Cuppa-call-in 10.15-11.45am, Holy (approx 2 hours). Further details from Tony Holmes 01629 734753. Trinity Church, Tansley. Why not Matlock and District Tennis Club Social Play. 6pm-till dusk. Highfields School drop in for a relaxing and Lower School site, Starkholmes. April to September. Tony 01629 56531or welcoming cup of tea/coffee and Judith 01629 732614. biscuits, (and often Matlock and District Rifle Club Contact Len Webster 01629 584797. cake!). Everyone most welcome. NWR (Bakewell) third Tuesday in the month. A friendly group that meets in All Roofing Works Undertaken including: Crafting The Derbyshire Federation each others’ homes in and around the Bakewell area. Are you a lively minded for Mental Health, Stancliffe woman wanting to make friends, exchange ideas, have interesting discussions House, Molyneux Business Park, and join in social events? National Women’s Register is a countrywide network Darley Dale. 10am–1pm. 01629 group see www.nwr.org.uk for more info; Lorraine on 01298 85024. 733915. Otter Tots Swim School Classes 12.30-2.30pm. See Monday’s Events for Crafts in the Forest Why not come further details. along to the Peak Forest Reading Peak Artists are a group who paint in various media. South Darley Village Hall Room from 10am-12noon and from 7-9pm. Further info. 01629 734304. email@example.com www.ashbrookroofing.co.uk enjoy a relaxing and creative Peak Chamber Orchestra Calver Methodist Church. Contact Glyn Davis 01433 session with like-minded people. 630689. Transport arranged if difficult to Peak Forest Playgroup Monday’s Events for further details. attend. Peak Pre-School See Monday’s Events for further details. Dale Road Methodist Church Darley Pilates Hathersage Methodist Church Hall. 11.30am-12.30pm. Hope Loxley Dale invites you to our short Hall. 8.15-9.15pm. Phone Claire 07990 771155. informal First Wednesday Service Rowsley Crafts Club 7-9pm. The kitchen to the rear of Rowsley Village Hall. at 7.30pm on the first Wednesday Bring your own craft or join in on a group project. Please call Beverley Bagshaw in each month. on 01629 735997 for more info. Dales Christian Spiritualist Church Rugby Bakewell Mannerians RUFC Training 7pm. Baslow Sports Ground. See Mencap Centre, Greenaway Lane, www.pitchero.com/clubs/bakewellmanneriansrfc for more details. Darley Dale. Through the school See and Know Toddler group at Holy Trinity Church, Matlock Bath. 9.45yard. 7.30pm. Healing and 11.30am term time only. 0-4’s and their parents and carers welcome for toys, meditation. Warm welcome to Bible stories, songs, crafts and a snack. No charge. Tel. Lucy on 07722750501. everyone. Tideswell Indoor Bowling Club Tideswell School Hall from 6-9.45pm. All age Derbyshire Federation for Mental groups from juniors upwards are always very welcome to come along and Health Wednesday Activity Group have a try at Short Mat bowling. No experience or equipment needed, just a (WAGs). 1-3pm Church Inn, Darley clean, flat pair of shoes that haven't been worn outdoors. We're a friendly Dale. An arts and craft group. group and will give you all the help needed. Contact: Barbara 01433 630349 Drop In - Derbyshire Federation for further details. for Mental Health See Tuesday’s Tansley Tots Toddlers 1.30-3.30pm at Tansley Community Hall. First session Events for further details. free. Come and join us. 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Experienced TRADESMEN Karate Village Hall, Calver. 6.30-8pm. Tel. Bob Dudgeon, 01433 639908. (assisted by husband) Little Hedgehogs Pre-School See Monday’s Events for further details. & WOMEN Line Dancing in the Imperial Rooms, Matlock. 7.40-10pm. With Timberline The Peak Advertiser Steve, IDTA qualified instructor, and Jeanette. Details 01629 636386. Matlock and District Rifle Club See Tuesday’s Events for further details. Your local paper Matlock Music Group for babies and pre-school children with parent/carer. for local people MARGARET CAMPEY 10-11.30am approx. during term time. Held at Matlock Methodist and URC promoting local business Church Hall, Bank Road, Matlock. 01629 580723 Matlock Musical Theatre Matlock Methodist and United Reformed Church Tel: 01629 812159 07593 541290 Hall, Bank Road. 7.30pm. Matlock Philatelic Society second Wednesday each month. 7.30pm. Imperial Rooms, Matlock. Interesting and varied programme, visitors welcome. Meditation Classes during term times at Heart Jewel Kadampa Buddhist Carpentry, Joinery and Centre, Holme Road, Matlock Bath DE4 3NU. 7.30-9pm. Suitable for General Property Maintenance beginners. Everyone welcome. No need to book. £5 per class. Tel 01629 Tel: Baslow 581585. www.heartjewel.org.uk Matlock And District Embroidery Group workshop at the Imperial Rooms, (01246) 583843 Matlock, 10-12am.Further info. contact Lesley Ballard 01629 823947. Matlock Edgefold Club Social Sequence and ballroom dancing to organist. 8-10.30pm. For more info. 01629 582374. Open House at Bonsall Village Hall. 2pm. Board games, chat and talks. Run by retired people for anyone to join in, thanks to the New Horizons Trust. Parent and Toddler Group (run by volunteers) at Harpur Hill Children’s Centre, Buxton. 1.15-3.15pm. No need to book. Tel. 01298 74101. Free of charge. Peak Forest Aerobics at the Reading Room. 8-9pm. Cost £2.50 per session. Peak Pre-School See Monday’s Events for further details. Pilates in Bakewell 9.30-10.30am. Teresa Tinklin 07906 312372, bodyhealthpilates.co.uk Play Tideswell Play and learn together. Toys, crafts, healthy snacks, singing, tea and coffee for the parents/carers and a chance to take a toy home. At the Youth Club Building, Tideswell. 9am-12noon. Children aged 0-5. Pre-School Cycling Just bring your bike and helmet to Castleton Village Hall first Wednesday in the month. £2.00 per child. 1.30-3pm. Enjoy riding round cones, circuits and more. Rotary Club of Buxton meets every 2nd and 4th Wednesday at The Old Hall Hotel, Buxton at 6.30pm for 7-8pm meeting; optional meal follows. Enquiries from men and women welcome. Email: email@example.com. www.buxtonrotaryishere.co.uk; www.facebook.com/buxtonrotaryclub. Run of the Mill Folk Dance Club Meet every 2nd, 4th and 5th Wednesday (except in August). Folk dancing for beginners and experienced dancers. Florence Nightingale Hall, Holloway, nr Matlock. 7.30pm. Contacts. www.runmilldance.abelgratis.co.uk/ John Daglish 01629 534479, David and Verena 01332 881221. ALL ROOFLINE WORK UNDERTAKEN Seniors’ Lunch Eilm Pentecostal Church, Waterside Business Park Waterside Road, Ashbourne. 12.30 once a month. Contact the Church for more info. Singing with Lester Simpson 7-9pm. At the Medway Centre, Bakewell. Contact Community Education 01629 813747. Singer & Musician Sessions All are welcome to sing, Play instruments or just enjoy the live music. Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month from 7.30pm. The Old Hall Hotel, Market Place, Hope, Derbyshire S33 6RH. Tel: 01629 581863 / 07985 143698 Free entry. More information call 07913 331078 or visit Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.folkandblues.club Web: www.fernroofingservices.co.uk South Darley Parent and Toddler Group 10-11.30am. Tel. Abi 01629 650911. Stepping Stones Pre-School Parwich Parwich Memorial Hall. Open sessions 9am-12noon for parents and children to visit. No prior booking needed. 2 full day sessions 9am-3pm as well as 2 half day sessions 9am-12noon. Street Games multi sports drop in sessions for 14 – 19 year olds, New Astro at Wirksworth Leisure Centre, 6–7pm. Tai Chi Bakewell and District Tai Chi Group. Medway Centre. 9.15-10.45am. More details from Medway Centre 01629 813638. T'ai Chi Ch’uan Imperial Rooms, Matlock. 1.30-3pm. Teacher has over 25years experience. Make the positive change in your life and well-being. Practice Harmony, relaxation and Serenity in a calm social group of like minds. To book a place call Stu 07832 107286 or David 07428 131989. Tansley, Holy Trinity Church invites you to a short, said, service of Holy Communion. 9.30am. The service precedes the regular Wednesday morning ‘Cuppa-call-in’ for cups of tea/coffee, biscuits and social chat. Tideswell Male Voice Choir See Tuesday’s Events for further details. Tideswell Singers. Rehearsals at 7pm at The Village Hall, Litton. New members welcome. Please see website for details of rehearsals and performances www.tideswellsingers.org.uk. Toddler Group 10.30am-12noon meet at Ashford Old School, Ashford-inthe-Water. Contact Angela Unwin 01629 812703. Toddler Group Matlock All Saints’ Infant School. Term times only. 1.303pm. The Rotary Club of Bakewell 12.45pm. Rutland Arms Hotel, Bakewell except the 4th & 5th Wednesday when it is an evening meeting with partners. Occasionally we meet at another venue. Contact 01629 57445 for further information. Weekly Led Rides For All On The Monsal Trail Every Wednesday morning. See Monday’s Event for further details. Weigh Stay and Play at The Whitworth Centre, Darley Dale. All roofing work undertaken, Children’s Centre. 1.30-3pm for new roofs, re-roofs, flat roofs, further information call 01629 581867. lead work, slating, tiling, fascias, Whist Drive Moore Memorial Hall, soffits, gutters, roof windows Brentwood Road, Bamford. 7.30pm. Admission £1 incl. tea and biscuits. 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BAKEWELL METHODIST CHURCH COFFEE MORNING Matlock Street, Bakewell. 10am-12noon. The Charity stall is in aid of Bakewell Methodist Church. BAKEWELL PHOTO CLUB Wayne Brittle returns to show some of his latest work. Friends Meeting House behind the Methodist Church at 7.30pm. Visitors and new members very welcome. CASTLETON CINEMA CLUB Village Hall. 7 for 7.30pm start. The Good Lie. Entrance fee. Members £2, visitors £5 automatically becoming members. Hot tea and coffee or soft drink served free of charge or bring your own bottle (glasses provided). Enq. 01433 621058 or firstname.lastname@example.org HOPE VALLEY TRANSITION GROUP will be holding a public meeting with a speaker about Parliament’s vote to allow fracking in National Parks at Loxley Hall, near the Church, Hope. 7.45pm. Meeting will be addressed by David Burley of Frack Free South Yorkshire. All welcome. MATLOCK AND DISTRICT HARD OF HEARING CLUB Imperial Rooms, Matlock. 2pm. Louise Bennet - Mercy Ships. Contact Sheila Slack 01629 732715. 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 10.30am. 4 miles. Extra leisurely. High Peak Jnct. CP. 10.45am bus to Matlock. Return via High Tor, Riber and Bow Wood. 01773 850272. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Belper, Derwent Street CP. Local walk. No dogs please. 01773 827887/01773 824838. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Over Haddon CP. Local walk. 07852 226935. 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.matlockiam.webs.com MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am Moderate walk 60 – 90 minutes. Meet at Black Rocks – Lower Car Park (£1.30 for two hours). WALK WITH THE DERBYSHIRE DALES DISTRICT RAMBLERS Long progression walks of around 4 miles but at a leisurely pace on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month. The walks might involve about 400 feet of ascent and descent with 2 refreshment stops. Please bring food, drink and a ‘sit mat’. Finish time around 2.30pm. Meet on 5 January at High Peak Junction CP 315561 10:45 bus to Matlock Return via High Tor, Riber and Bow Wood.
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CROMFORD W.I. Cromford Institute, The Hill, Cromford. 7.30pm. From Crinoline Lady to Soldering Iron - Ann Pocklington. Visitors and new members welcome. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 7 miles. Moderate. Carsington Water, Millfields CP (fee). Kirk Ieton and Stainsborough. 07740 459015. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 10 miles. Moderate. Wirksworth, Steeple Grange Railway, Kennel Wood, Folly Well. 01629 823149. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 11 miles. Moderate. Winster Top CP. Clough Wood, Crossgren, Masson Hill. 07432 130205. HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 5 miles (grade 2) SK 258659. Rowsley Old Station CP. Ramble in the area. 01629 636175 or 07702 358159. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk DERBYSHIRE DALES WOODCRAFT CLUB meets in Wyaston village hall from 10am-2pm. The club has about 40 members at varying skill levels, from complete beginner to expert, in woodturning, woodcarving, marquetry and pyrography. We have a mixed programme of visiting demonstrators, hands-on sessions under the guidance of more experienced members and a monthly competition. Hands-on. Additionally it is planned that one of our members, who is a marquetry expert, will be bringing along extra equipment giving others a chance to try out this area of woodcraft. For more information go to www.ddwc.co.uk where you can see reports with photos on previous meetings, including competition results, and read past newsletters. If you would like to know more about the club, email your query to email@example.com or phone James Sharpe on 01335 344933. MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Easy walk 60 - 90 minutes. Meet at Rowsley – Peak Village Walker’s Car Park. ST HELEN’S LADIES GROUP Joseph Whitworth Room, Whitworth Centre, Darley Dale. 7.30pm. AGM followed by evening buffet. New members very welcome. TIDESWELL EASY WALK 60 – 90 minutes, 10.00am. Meet at Fountain Square, adjacent to the public toilets for a walk around Tideswell and the surrounding area.
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BASLOW SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB Baslow Village Hall, 2pm. National Trust comes to Eyam - Jenny Aldridge. CRESSBROOK FILM CLUB Middle Row, Cressbrook. Glengarry Glen Ross (cert15). This adaptation of David Mamet's hit play is packed with star turns from some of Hollywood's most respected character actors. Jack Lemmon, Al Pacino, Ed Harris and Alan Arkin play four real-estate salesmen who are forced into a selling competition by their head office executive “motivator” played by Alec Baldwin. First prize is a Cadillac, second a set of steak knives and third and fourth prizes are the sack! Cressbrook Film Club has a 4 metre screen, 5.1 surround sound, really comfy seats and the bar is open for refreshments before and after the film. Doors open at 7.30pm, the film starts at 8pm and lasts 96mins. Membership is £20 for the whole season with guest tickets available at £5.00 per film for adults and £3 for kids. Contact David on 01298 872 144 to renew your membership, become a member and pre-book guest tickets in advance – vital for a seat. Go to the website www.cressbrookclub.org.uk for future films and the location of the venue. MATLOCK ANTIQUES AND COLLECTABLES SOCIETY Imperial Rooms, Imperial Road, Matlock. 7.30pm. New Year Party-Oriental and Indian Ware.
A NEW YEAR’S MARKET in Alstonefield Village Hall DE6 2FR from 10am until 2pm. Stalls selling all kinds of goods, including antique objets d’art, vintage clothes and jewellery, craft, hand-crafted cards, cards of local scenes, books, bric-a-brac, home-made cakes, tombola and many more attractions. The Manifold Trio will there to play popular melodies. Refreshments available all day served from the kitchen in aid of the village hall refurbishment fund. CALVER CHILDREN’S CINEMA Calver Village Hall. Big Hero 6. Tickets £3 on the door or tel. 01433 631298 under 3s free. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Doors open 1.30pm film starts at 2.30pm. Refreshments for adults. Goodies stall for kiddies! Free parking. Disabled facilities. DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 7 miles. Moderate. Ellaston VH CP. Calwich Abbey. Snelston, Norbury. 07740 459015. HOPE CARELINE COFFEE MORNING in The Old School Hope from 10am till 12 noon. Come and enjoy a sociable event, catch up with friends and find out more about Careline. Some of our users and our volunteers will be there and will be pleased to see you. JUMBLE SALE 2pm. Hathersage Memorial Hall (next to swimming pool). Organised by “Hathersage Jumblies”supporting local organisations and charities. The first in our series of four sales for 2016. One of the biggest sales in the area with two overflowing halls of jumble including books, toys, bric a brac, clothes, bedding, curtains, household and garden items. If you have any items you are willing to donate please bring to the hall from 812am on the Saturday (sorry no electrical items or large pieces of furniture. Further details from Katie Mason 01433 651120 or Sam Hulbert 01433 651326. NORTH DERBYSHIRE COTTAGE GARDEN SOCIETY Going Native: a talk by Hilary Hutson on the native plants cultivated in our gardens. 2pm at the Temple Hotel, Matlock Bath. Visitors and new members welcome.
Sunday 10 BUXTON RAMBLING CLUB Start at Pavilions car park, Buxton (next to swimming pool). Walk 1: Long Stones – Short up to 8 miles. 10am. Walk 2: Low and Rakes – Medium 8-12 miles. 9.30am. Anyone welcome. Membership £5 single or £8 family per year. Contact 01298 72230 or 10 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 10 miles. Moderate. Litton Eaton Church, Holbrook, Warsley. 07403 238266. 10 DERWENT AND HOPE VALLEYS ADVANCED MOTORISTS meeting at the Eyre Arms, Calver Cross Roads at 10am. “Free assessment drives for local motorists. Also motorcyclists welcome to come along. Please contact on 01629 812732 for full details. Or visit the IAM website at www.iam.org.uk or www.matlock-iam.webs.com 10 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 10am. 7 miles (grade 2) SK 222764. Eyam (meet in car park, rear of Miners’ Arms, Eyam) Highcliffe, Gotherage Plantation, Bretton, Foolow. 01246 417850 or 01179 644890. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk
Monday 11 BAKEWELL BIRD STUDY GROUP Friend’s Meeting House, Matlock Street, Bakewell. 7.30pm. An evening with John Keeling. 11 BAKEWELL METHODIST CHURCH COFFEE MORNING Matlock Street, Bakewell. 10am-12noon. The Charity stall is in aid of Fountain Square Church (1 in 10). 11 WIRKSWORTH & DISTRICT PROBUS CLUB Robert Greatbatch will look to the stars with a talk on Astronomy. The club meets in the Hope & Anchor, Wirksworth at 10.30am. Visitors and new members welcome.
Tuesday 12 BAKEWELL TOWN GUILD Bakewell Town Hall. 9.45-11.45am. Doing a bit of stitching. 12 BASLOW FELLOWSHIP GROUP Church Rooms, Baslow. 2pm. Tea party. All are welcome. 12 CHRISTIAN COFFEE CLUB Imperial Rooms, Matlock. 10am. Visiting speaker. 12 DARLEY DALE W.I. Methodist Church Hall, Dale Road, Darley Dale. 7.15pm. Speaker from Air Ambulance. Visitors and new members always welcome.
HOME & GARDEN CARE Hedges and clearances, Paving and Patios. Fencing. Jet Washing. Pebble gardens and general landscaping. For friendly, reliable service Call: 01629 733877 0797 1601831
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12 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Allestree, Woodlands Lane CP. Local walk. 01332 557887. 12 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Holmesfield Church Hall CP, Gillfield Wood, Millthorpe. 01142 361320. 12 EYAM VILLAGE SOCIETY presents “Inspired by the Cotswolds" a talk by Frank Galbraith at 7.30pm in the Eyam Mechanics Institute. Members £2.00; Non-members £3.00 (including light refreshments). For further details contact Alan Buckingham on 01433 631079. 12 HOPE HISTORICAL SOCIETY Methodist Hall, Edale Road. 7.30pm. Mountains and Molehills - Chas Curtis. All are welcome. There is a small charge for non-members. 12 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am – Easy walk 60 – 90 minutes. Meet at Laburnum Pub, Hackney Road, Matlock. 12 TANSLEY GARDEN AND COUNTRYSIDE CLUB 7.30pm. Village Hall. AGM. Everyone welcome. Non-members £2.50. 01629 580917. 12 YOULGRAVE EASY WALK 60 – 90 minutes, 10.30am. Meet at Coldwell End Car Park in the village for an easy walk around Youlgrave area and in future from Birchover and Stanton in Peak.
Wednesday 13 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 6 miles. Leisurely/moderate. Melbourne Church. Local walk. 01332 511116. 13 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 10 miles. Moderate. Rowsley Old Station CP. Beeley Moor, Hob Hurst’s House, Fallinge Edge. 07917 054843. 13 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 10 miles. Moderate. Holloway, Church Lane. Riber, Cromford canal, Wakebridge. 01629 534693. 13 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Easy walk 60 - 90 minutes. Meet at High Peak Junction Car Park (Lea Bridge) £1.30 for two hours parking.
All aspects of tree care Fully insured services All work carried out to BS 3998 Dry stone walling, features and landscaping
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Thursday 14 BAKEWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Moderate walk 90 – 120 minutes. Meet at Edensor Village – Park next to Church. 14 BASLOW SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB Theatre outing to Crucible. ‘Showboat’. 14 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 8 miles. Moderate. Darley Bridge PS CP, Birchover, Winster. 01629 732628.
Friday 15 DOGWOOD ROSE are playing at The Old Hall Hotel, Hope, from 9pm by kindness of Rick, the landlord. This is a fundraiser for Hope Careline and all are welcome.
Saturday 16 BAKEWELL FARMERS’ MARKET Agricultural Centre. 9am-2pm. Parking and easy access. Contact 01629 813777. 16 HARDY PLANT SOCIETY (Derbyshire Group) Shirland Village Hall. 2pm. Over the Garden Wall - Mick Dunston. An illustrated talk about the development and changes to some of the best gardens in Worcestershire. Mick is an active member of Worcester Group HPS. Visitors welcomes £3 inc. tea/coffee. 16 MATLOCK ARTISTS SOCIETY All Saints Church Hall, Smedley Street 10am to 12.30pm A demonstration in oil-painting by artist Carol Hill. All welcome, £5 including refreshments. Further details from Marilyn 01629 584708.
Sunday 17 ASHBOURNE ANIMAL WELFARE WINTER OPEN DAY AT THE ARK 11am--4pm. The Ark, Wyaston Rd, Ashbourne. Visit the kennels and cattery. Homemade Winter Warmer lunches & teas. New Year Sale of Bric a Brac, books etc. Free admission. Please help us get 2016 off to a flying start. For more info tel 01335 300494. 17 BUXTON RAMBLING CLUB Start at Pavilions car park, Buxton (next to swimming pool). Walk 1: Buxton – Short up to 8 miles. 10am. Walk 2:Stoops of Big Moor – 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 17 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 10 miles. Moderate. Baslow, Bubnell Bridge, Calver, Stoney Middleton, Froggatt. 01629 583840. 17 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 9 miles (grade 2+) SK 127604. Hartington (meet at duck pond), Wolfescote Dale, Alstonefield. 07450 986109. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk 17 MATLOCK ADVANCED MOTORISTS AND MOTORCYCLISTS meeting, at Highfields Upper School, off Chesterfield Road, Matlock at 10.am. Free assessment drives for local motorists and riders. Please contact Bill Storey on 01629 812732 for full details. Or visit the IAM website at www.iam.org.uk or www.matlock-iam.webs.com 17 MATLOCK AND DISTRICT MENCAP SOCIETY TABLE TOP SALE Mencap Centre, Greenaway Lane, Darley Dale. 8am-1pm. Free car parking, toilets. Refreshments. Sellers £6 a table. Please book in advance. 25p admission, children free. Enq. Jackie 07831316582. Gordon 01629 760624.
Monday 18 BAKEWELL METHODIST CHURCH COFFEE MORNING Matlock Street, Bakewell. 10am-12noon. The Charity stall is in aid of Bakewell Methodist Junior School.
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Elliott & Wragg Ltd Tideswell Require
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OFFICE CLEANING STAFF We have 2 positions available. Daily out of office hours. 10 hours per week in Eyam and 15 hours in Bakewell. If interested call to discuss. Excellent pay & benefits
Phone Poppies (Baslow) 01246 583800
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Work outside, play outside, live outside MILK DELIVERY PERSON required to join our long serving established team. This position will suit someone who enjoys working outdoors and independently. Ideal for anyone wishing to fit a job in around their hobbies, leaving work behind once they’ve finished. 4 nights per week. Part-time vacancies also available. Please call for more information 01433 651650
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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.
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NOVELTY CAKES NOVELTY/ BIRTHDAY/ WEDDING/ GLUTEN FREE made to order. Call Sally 07870 729119.
ENTERTAINMENT MAGICIAN – Children’s parties. Phone 01298 26745.
Guitar Lessons Including Music Theory and Harmony • Beginners to Advanced • Also specialised one day courses throughout the year • Over twenty years’ teaching experience so all ages and stages welcome
Please phone Mick Briggs on: 07984 103150 www.mickbriggsguitarlesson.co.uk
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(Moors for the Future Partnership)
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To apply visit www.peakdistrict.gov.uk
Beginners to AS/A2 any age!
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WEDDINGS WE ARE LOOKING FOR NEW DISTRIBUTORS FOR IMMEDIATE START OR TO BE ADDED TO OUR WAITING LIST.
MATLOCK & DISTRICT MENCAP SOCIETY will collect bric-a-brac and jumble. We take furniture. Enquiries ring Jackie 07831 316582.
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WACKER PLATE. Ride on roller for hire. 07966 210181/01298 687465.
BUILDING/DIY LIMESTONE, gritstone, sandstone, building stone supplied. Walling stone, top soil and aggregate supplied. 07966 210181/01298 687465. 2ND GRADE SAND for sale suitable for bedding, farm tracks etc 07966 210181/01298 687465.
ANTIQUE FURNITURE RESTORATION OAK PANELLING AND STAIRCASES MADE Any joinery work undertaken. French polishing. Established 1960. 01298 872473.
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PETS QUIET, CARING HOMES needed for friendly, nervous cats. Tel. 08453 712754. Cats Protection League.
SUE’S MOBILE DOG GROOMING AND MICROCHIPPING SERVICES
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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. 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
SHEFFIELD DOG RESCUE has many dogs, all healthy and vaccinated, looking for permanent homes. All ages and sizes, all cross breeds. 07748 620740.
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IN THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME
01433 651263 07840 345526 DO YOU HAVE A STRAY CAT PROBLEM? Do you need financial help to have your cat neutered/spayed? Do you need advice on the care of your cat? If so, contact Derby Branch of Cats Protection, 31 Wardwick, Derby, DE1 1HA, or tel. 01332 206956 or visit our website on www.derbydistrict.cats.org. uk or email enquiries@derbydistrictcp. org.uk
Pamper your pooch Bathing, grooming & Clipping
Microchipping service available Fully qualified & insured
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
COAL AND LOGS SEASONED HARDWOOD LOGS £75 for 11/2 bulk bags. Free delivery 07515 711323.
HARDWOOD LOGS FOR SALE
SEASONED HARDWOOD LOGS bulk ton sand bags (weights and measures always correct) £59; Half bulk bag £35. Free delivery. 07948 822308. www.barrowhilllogs.co.uk See website for photos. QUALITY SEASONED BARN DRIED HARDWOOD FOR SALE Free delivery. 07929 390810/07776 236272.
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LITTON LOGS Firewood & Briquettes Loose loads, kiln dried Air-dried bagged logs Loose loads ready to dry Log stores • Fire pits
Qualified City & Guilds & IPG Groomers
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For a Professional, Caring Service
WOODCHIP MULCH sale. 01629 810111.
WILLOW TREE LIVERY nr Bakewell. Stables available, full and part livery. 07912 5 4 8 0 9 3 . www.derbyshirelivery.com
GARDENING HEDGES, TREES AND SHRUBS cut, lowered and removed. 01629 810111.
SKIP LOADERS SKIP LOADERS, DUMPERS for hire. 07966 210181 or 01298 687465.
TV Wall Mounting
CUSTOM SOFT FURNISHINGS ~ DERBYSHIRE ~
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FIELD WALLS, GARDEN WALLS, PATIOS etc. Established 1980. 01298 872473.
PEAK OVEN CLEANING we clean your oven, no mess, no fuss. For free quote 07713 125503.
HIGH SPEED BROADBAND High speed broadband Over 4G Network Broadband speeds 20-40MB 20-50GB pm from £20 pm www.wifionboard.co.uk firstname.lastname@example.org 01298 427203
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PROPERTY TO LET STARKHOLMES - ONE BED APARTMENT Garage, parking, terrace, lovely views. £400 pcm. 07801 730022. STARKHOLMES - 2 BED A PA R T M E N T / A N N E X E Newly modernised. Stunning views, garage, offroad parking. £650 pcm. 07801 730022.
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FOR SALE KING EXPENSIVE BRAND NEW MATTRESS was £599, could deliver bargain £99. 07508 447711. 3 RETRO BAUHAUS DINING chairs, chrome frame black and cane seat, £35 each. 2 low profile nearley new tyres suit Fiesta or Golf, size 185 x 55 x 14. 0777369 8732. PORTABLE GRAND D.G.X. 500 - 300 YAMAHA KEYBOARD £150 ono. 01629 734139. 3 SEATER SETTEE redish, brown leather, vgc £70 ono. 01629 56019. PREMIER DRUM KIT, 5 drums, 2 symbols on stands, 1 music stand, 1 stool, all in good cond. £150. 07831 316582. ICE AXE Charlet Moser 75cm £30. Crampons £15. Helmet £5. Fly fishing rod Daiwa 10’ with new Airflo reel and line £25 ono. Small Bakelite mantel clock Smiths quartz converted £20. 07903 093630. HORNBY TORNADO B.R. class A1 boxed £60.Diesel B.R. class 42 boxed £45. Clifton 4-4.0 school class boxed £50. Sir Nigel Gresley 44 98 70 years of Hornby boxed £135. More locos from £35 each boxed all in good cond. 01629 636989.
ELECTRIC AIRER Aldi, used only twice, genuine reason for sale £15, original price £32. 01629 580259. BICKERTON FOLDING BIKE, for L’ Eroica £70 ono. Mobility scooter £250. Technics keyboard £15. Coffee table £5. Garden vacuum £20. 1960’s Bukta tent £20. 01433 621383. MOMOD STEAM CAR 1950’s £68. Loakes shoes size 9 tan, new £38. Moleskin trousers lovat green new, size 38” waist £28. 01433 631091. BELLING HOSTESS HOT CUPBOARD with 3 shelves and hotplate £50. Olivetti typewriter lettera 22 from about 1949/1950 with carry case, dust cover, instructions, black and red ribbon £150. Very stable 3’ round table with 2 wooden chairs £30. Burberry vintage trench/rain coat ex. cond. £200 ono. 07970 790928. GAMING VIDEO CARD 2 gb ram 2048 mb ddr3 pci express 2.0 64 bit, geforce gt 610 new still in box cost £50 sell at £30. Fisher Price baby rocker with toys on front, no marks or stains as new ready to take away, cost £50 sell at £20. 42” Panasonic Black no scratches none smoker freeview etc bargain ready to collect £90. 01629 823025/07842 705607. PACKARD BELL WINDOWS 7 LAPTOP vgc £40; 2 mens 1 like no other designer shirts large worn once £20 each cost £120; Men’s Boss jeans hardly worn waist 34 leg 31 £15 each. Ladies size 5 designer boots ex. cond. 1 pair unworn £20 each. 01433 621700. SINGLE 10” LUXURY DEEP BRAND NEW MATTRESS could deliver just £79. 07508 447711. NEW TABLE (country kitchen style) ex display, waxed pine top, cream legs and frame, size 48” by 29” vgc, half price to clear £150 no offers. 07988 966589 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for a photo. BEECH TREES own grown, call for details. 079993 57713.
2 PLOTS WITH OUTLINE PLANNING RIPLEY 3 Bed Detached House, Albion Street, Ripley. Good size Bedrooms, 1 Family Bathroom, 3 Reception Rooms, Central Heating, Double Glazed, Off Street Parking, Wood Burner. Could be modernised, extended, subdivided. Would make an excellent project.
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HOUSE CLEARANCE Garages, sheds, also tools, pottery, silver and gold. Anything considered. Good prices paid. 07967 202357.
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PUBLIC NOTICES DERBYSHIRE DALES DISTRICT COUNCIL Town and Country Planning Act 1990 Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 Notice is hereby given that applications have been made to Derbyshire Dales District Council for planning permission/listed building consent in the Central Area in the fortnight commencing 14th December 2015 as follows: 15/00865/OUT – Erection of dwelling (outline) – Strathallan Close, Darley Dale15/00880/FUL – External alterations and other minor works including 2 no. trolley bays – Former Co-operative Food, Bakewell Road, Matlock15/00881/FUL – Retention of extension/ancillary bar building to rear terrace – Fishpond Public House, 204 South Parade, Matlock Bath (C)15/00892/FUL – Creation of terrace as extension to café – Heights of Abraham, Upperwood Road, Matlock Bath (C)(S)15/00898/FUL – Extensions and alterations incorporating roof terrace – Bow Wood Huse, Lea Road, Lea Bridge (C)15/00899/FUL – Erection of outbuilding with cantilevered deck – Woodside, Upperwood Road, Matlock Bath (C)15/00910/FUL – Extension of height of chimney and associated works – Darley Dale Smelter, Oldfield Lane, Warran CarrApplications with the suffix F may affect a FootpathApplications with the suffix L may affect the character of a Listed BuildingApplications with the suffix C may affect a Conservation AreaApplications with the suffix S may affect the setting of a Listed BuildingApplications with the suffix D The development is a departure from the provisions of the development plan. The applications may be inspected on-line between 9am and 5pm Monday-Friday at the Town Hall, Matlock or at www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk. Any person wishing to make representations about any of the applications should do so in writing within 21 days to the Regulatory Services Section, Town Hall, Matlock, DE4 3NN, quoting the relevant application number.
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DOUBLE EXTRA DEEP MATTRESS still shop wrapped was £499 delivered £99. 07508 447711. DOUBLE SEAT SOFA double bed (mattress is available for free), boy’s clothes age 02years, and 3 pairs of high heel shoes size 7. More information on prices call 07726 595981. Matlock. OUTWELL VERMONT XL a spacious premium tent sleeping 7 in 3 bedrooms, with plenty of floor space & extra headroom. Perfect for families - just google the spec & fantastic reviews (see uk campsite website). Used but in ex. cond. - costs over £800 new. Asking only £375. 01298 871394. WORKBENCH 2 VICE WITH DRAWER good cond. £45. Worx belt sander £20., Black & Decker Jigsaw £15. All in good cond., no industrial use. 01433 621567. 1:25 000 (OL 1) LAMINATED EXPLORER MAP OF DARK PEAK AREA Unused. £7.50; 1:25 000 (OL5) Laminated Explorer Map of North Eastern English Lakes. Unused. £7.50; 1: 50 000 (110) Laminated Landranger Map of Sheffield and Huddersfield. Unused. £6.50; 1: 50 000 (119) Laminated Landranger Map of Buxton and Matlock. Unused. £6.50. Cromford. 07808 909259. 1970s ITALIAN RACING BICYCLE Ready for L’Eroica Brittania only £150. 55cm (21.5”) steel frame, Campagnolo Drop Outs, Campagnolo Gears, 10 speed, Weinmann 500 Brakes, San Marco Saddle, 3ttt Stem and Bars with Pearl White Tape, OFMEGA 170mm Cranks, 52/42T Chainrings, NISI alloy 36H Rims (for tubular tyres), Olympia 36H Hubs, Vittoria Tubular 28” Tyres with amber walls. Buy it for £150 (just to rent a bike for L’Eroica costs £100). View it in Bakewell. Call 0775 393 7707. HP 22 INCH DESKTOP MONITOR with HDMI and VGA connectivity plus builtin speakers. Good cond. 07714 888397 Curbar.
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PLAYMOBIL SETS Various, incl. Farm, Zoo, Safari, complete, boxed with instructions. Used, but as new. £5-£25. 01629 636209. ARTIFICIAL CHRISTMAS TREE ‘NOBLE PINE’ with free baubles.Approx. 109 by 19 by 20 cm. £5 ono. Oil Filled Radiator white. approx. 4’ by 28.5” by 9.75”. Good working order, with lots of rust spots. £10 ono. Violin strung with viola strings to make a child’s ¾ size viola. Comes with rest, bow and hard case. £70 ono. Approx. 100 plastic flower pots. Various sizes. £5 ono. Wicker Log or Laundry Basket. Approx 15” tall, 20” across the top and 15” across the bottom. £7.50 ono. TASCO Galaxsee 525X Telescope new. £60 ono. 01629 812092. YAMAHA AR-80 ELECTRONIC ORGAN With stool and selection of music cost over £1500 new, £490 ono. Disco Lights:- 2 x Acme Penguins both flash to music £65 for both. 07712 854757. BEKO BUILT UNDER SINGLE OVEN silver, £60; John Rocha black leather riding style fashion boots, size 6, worn twice, cost £85, £35; Edwardian chaise longue for restoration/reupholstery project £200; Solid pine, not flat pack (apothecary style) 13 drawer chest of drawers, good cond. £200; Antique/vintage, large, solid, pitch pine (very heavy), hand stripped, two door cupboard, possibly from a church, double arch doors, look great in barn/church conversion, £600. can email photos. 2.6 metre length of plinth, bone/ivory, woodgrain can be seen through paint, unused, still in packet, £30. 01433 623633. EXCELLENT CONDITION SINGLE PUT U UP BED £40. Original G Plan coffee table, glass top and slatted shelf under £50. 2 new Kitchen units white on legs, offers. New kitchen worktop unused approx 6’ offers, metal bath slight enamel chip, offers, modern handbasin white offers. Matlock. 07812 915407.
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CLASSIFIEDS... FOR SALE CHILDREN’S SKIWEAR ‘Dare2b’ modern dark/light grey ski jacket, age 9-10, height 140cm, £20. 2 pairs black ‘Dare2b’ ski pants age 9-10, height 140cm, current stock, £10 each. 1 pair navy ‘Dare2b’ ski pants, age 5-6, height 117cm, £10. All excellent quality and hardly worn. 07966 748567. GIRLS BIKE APOLLO FS 24 (Pink) 24” wheels, 18 gears, full suspension, ex. cond. suit 8 - 12 year old, £50 ono 07974 179965 (Earl Sterndale). IKEA PINE FRAMED SINGLE BED with Ikea deep sprung mattress. Blue or white reversable panels. Can email pics. £30. 07707 697464 Hathersage. LEATHER 2 SEATER SETTEE colour lime green, little used, in vgc. £50 buyer collects. 01298 84263.
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01629 735496 077 177 55 377 SINGLE VELOUR HEADBOARD light beige colour as new £6. Holly Doll collector’s item, one of the Holly Dolls Collection by Marie-Luise Schulz, made by the White Balloon Doll of Spain. No longer in production, never out of box, 17” tall bargain £48. “Next” Bedroom accessories “Next” Lilac Crystal style beaded mini chandelier light fitting, “Next” Lilac waste bin with Butterfly motif and matching “Next” 3 Lilac wooden Butterflies for wall, Lilac bedside lightshade, All £14. “Clifford” The Big Red Dog (as seen on TV)- (approx. 30cm x 30cm) interactive, 3 whistles, barks, walks, etc, new batteries, as new £10. Beautiful “M&S” Black ¾ Length Wool Coat, pleated bottom, age 12/13yrs, never worn £10. Pink disc style beaded lampshade and chrome bedside light with matching pink lightshade £8 for both. 01629 813011.
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WINTER SNOW TYRES 215 / 60 - R16. Kormorn Snow Pro. Reduce price only £45 the pair. 07769 840454. CARPET Red, hard wearing, good cond. measuring 3.0m x 2.5m £15. Lady’s Black Leather Briefcase with shoulder strap. Condotti make. Laptop size with multiple pockets in ex. cond. (as new). Would make excellent New Year present. Cost £100+ will accept £40. Lady’s Maxi Dress, Size 16, Matthew Williamson Butterfly make. Pink, orange & turquoise Ikap design. Worn just once (as new). Cost £75, a bargain at £20. Dell Subwoofer Computer Dual Speaker System. In ex. cond. £15 ono. 01629 760826.
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Call Mick on 07964 447054 BALINESE PLANTATION CHAIR Large, solid teak. £30. Solid teak, shabby chic, Indonesian coffee tables (2). Square with 2 drawers, white painted tops, ceramic drawer handles. £20 each. Trunkies children’s travel case (2). One pink, one purple. Good cond. £10 each. 07786 001137 Two Dales.
BAKEWELL WI MEETING 19th JANUARY
Bakewell WI will be holding an open meeting on 19th January 2016 at the Friends Meeting House Bakewell starting at 7.30pm, when visitors are welcome. Our speaker on that evening will be herbalist Diane Brown. Diane runs Potions Club which works to "connect people with herb lore through practical fun activities." She works with all ages offering workshops and attending events throughout the year. Potions Club have also produced a book priced at £5.00 of the "most popular recipes, tips and hints from their workshops." Diane will talk to us about Local Herbs and Natural Herb Lore, which should be very i n t e r e s t i n g . http://www.potionsclub. com/s
Bakewell Bird Study Group’s next meeting is on Monday January 11th and is presented by local countryman, poet and wildlife film maker, John Keeling. This is a rare opportunity to spend an evening with one of Derbyshire’s most celebrated and knowledgeable naturalists. John will present some of his films on a variety of
subjects no doubt including his famous stoats interspersed with anecdotes and poetry. A highly entertaining evening is guaranteed. BBSG meetings are at 7.30pm in the Friends Meeting House off Matlock Street in Bakewell on Chapel Row next to the Methodist Church. Guests are always welcome to our talks (£2) or better still, join the group.
It’s only £15 per annum and for that you get seven talks and a similar number of outdoor walks to local birding hot spots. It’s the ideal way of finding out more about birds and there are always experienced bird watchers on hand to help with identification. Visit the BBSG web site at www.bakewellbirdstudygroup .org.uk or call 01433 630467.
NEWHOLME HOSPITAL WARD EARNS BADGE OF QUALITY
Riverside ward at Newholme Hospital, Bakewell has achieved a silver dignity award for its care of older people with mental health problems. The dignity campaign, a partnership between the NHS and Derbyshire County Council, recognises healthcare teams who treat patients with dignity and respect by ensuring services are especially geared for them and that staff understand their needs. Silver dignity award
assessor Chris Whittaker said: “As an outsider walking into Riverside ward for the very first time, I can only say that I would have no problems with any members of my family being admitted there and I would be confident that the care they provide is of the highest quality and has dignity and respect at its heart.” To achieve its silver dignity award Riverside ward was inspected and assessors talked to families
MATLOCK ANTIQUES AND COLLECTABLES SOCIETY DECEMBER MEETING
The meeting was opened by Elsie Reddish, the chairman who we were all pleased to see. The talk by a member was entitled ‘Collecting almost A to Z’ and what a collection it is! She started with a ‘weather cat’ with a long tail she had inherited from her grandmother. The cat’s tail was always correct, if it is wet it is raining, if it is moving it is windy, if it is stiff it is freezing, and if it falls off there’s been an earthquake. Many of the items are
inherited, almost all are displayed in her very old house including 12 brass boots, 84 pieces of green glass, crinoline ladies bought as a child for 6d each, and a box of long hatpins ‘useful for saucy men’. She had items from A to Zaffra ground up to colour blue pottery. The next open meeting is February 12th 2016 at 7.30pm at the Imperial Rooms; the talk is entitled ‘Childhood Memorabilia’ by John Morgan
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and carers who gave overwhelmingly positive feedback about the care their elderly relatives receive on the ward. Assessors also looked at compliment cards, patient stories and activities. They were specifically looking at the positive impact of spiritual care with dementia patients in the ward environment. Details about the dignity award scheme can be found h e r e : http://www.derbyshire.gov. uk/social_health/care_and _health_service_providers/ dignity_respect/default.asp
Have you got any broken or unwanted electricals? Dig them out and take them to your local household waste recycling centre for your chance to win one of fifteen £100 cash prizes. From hair-dryers to hedge-trimmers and toasters to TVs, there’s a range of household appliances you can take to Derbyshire County Council’s recycling centres. And from 2nd January, you can exchange them for a golden ticket – which means you could be quids in. Simply pick up your golden ticket from a member of staff at any of the county council’s nine recycling centres, type in your unique ticket number online at www.derbyshire.gov.uk/ electric and find out if you’re an instant winner. The more items you recycle, the more tickets you’ll get. Derbyshire County Council’s Deputy Cabinet Member for Highways, Transport and Infrastructure Councillor Paul Dunn said: “We throw away more than a quarter of the electrical items we buy in the UK instead of recycling them. In Derbyshire, this contributes to the £20 million cost of dealing with waste which isn’t recycled each year – money which could be better spent on vital services at a time when councils are getting less money from central government. “If every household in Derbyshire recycled just one electrical item it would mean more than 333,000 appliances being put to good use, saving precious metals and other valuable materials they contain as well as saving council taxpayers’ cash. So dust down those old or unused items and take them to your local
recycling centre from 2nd January for your chance to win £100.” The competition and campaign is being funded by Advantage Waste Brokers – the contractor which works on behalf of the county council to collect and recycle electrical items taken to its recycling centres. Electrical goods can be exchanged for a golden ticket at the following recycling centres in our area: •Ashbourne (Mayfield Road) •Buxton (Waterswallows Road) •Northwood (Matlock) All electrical appliances are accepted including: •fairy lights •coffee makers •electric toothbrushes •game consoles •irons •kettles •lamps •laptops and tablets •phones •power tools •printers •radios •sat navs •slow cookers •straighteners and hairdryers •washers •dryers •fridges •freezers •fridge-freezers •PCs •Microwaves
For a full list of items you can take and to find the locations of the centres v i s i t www.derbyshire.gov.uk/ recyclingcentres Please make sure all personal data has been removed from items such as laptops, mobile phones or tablets before you take them to a recycling centre.
Thank you to everyone who entered our competition to win a copy of Stories in Stone: A Landscape History of the Peak District DVD. Congratulations to Mrs G. Sprakes from Cromford whose name was pulled out of the hat and wins a copy of the DVD.
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The final meeting of 2015 was held by the Forum Club on Tuesday 15 December. This was the Club’s Xmas Party to which members’ ladies were invited. The meeting took place in an appropriately festive atmosphere aided by the excellent Christmas decorations furnished by the Edgefold Club and an equally appropriate programme which centred on a presentation by Stephen Coates entitled “Charles Dickens Readings”. Mr. Coates, elegantly dressed and wearing a top hat, appeared as Dickens himself and, aided by additional information provided Mr. Coates, gave some autobiographical details of his life and read quotations from several of his best known writings, not forgetting, of course, those relating to Christmas which were very familiar to his audience. Sherry and mince pies followed by a raffle rounded off the occasion. A vote of thanks to the speaker was proposed by Chairman. Frank Beesley. Members are reminded that the Club meets next on Tuesday 12th January 2016 when the speaker will be Mr. Keith Talbot whose subject will be “Adelaide Part 2”. As usual, visitors will be welcome to a “taster visit” to this and any other meetings which are held weekly at the Edgefold Club commencing with tea and biscuits at 10am.
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In the twilight years of the twentieth century it was decided by many nations and communities that some worthy project should be undertaken to mark the approaching new millennium. Indeed, many people thought that the advent of the year 2000 was of such important historical, religious and social significance that it could not come and go without a great deal of fuss being made about it. One such town who decided to mark the occasion with a notable project was New Mills in the north-west region of Derbyshire. After much discussion they decided to construct a “Millennium Walkway” which would allow the Torrs gritstone gorge to be made passable to walkers. After diligent planning and ingenious engineering the walkway was completed in 1999 and was more than ready to welcome in the second millennium. Stan Hobbes, a widower and retired sweet factory worker, was initially against the project but after ten years of taking his morning constitutional across the impressive walkway in all the four seasons of the year he had changed his mind. At six feet tall and still with a full head of hair, even though it was all grey, he proudly and happily walked across the structure every day. As is the way with many older citizens; first cursing a new invention or change of method, which they think is the preserve of the young, so much so that they appear to be hardened misoneists. However, after a few rebellious years they finally succumb to the charms of the new-fangled device, building, method or whatever and begin to embrace it. Yes, Stan accepted that the walkway project had been a good idea after all and no more so than on one particular early winter cold but stimulating morning as he stood in the middle of the walkway and watched a heron, perched on a stone on the edge of the fast flowing river Goyt below him, waiting patiently for a fish to catch. The last few months had been very stressful and traumatic for him and he cherished the solace that his early morning outings across the walkway gave him, for Stan had been in a permanent state of despondency since the day he received the results of all the medical tests that had been carried out on him. His general practitioner had told him, in as positive way as possible, that he was in the early stages ofAlzheimer’s and had reassured him that new drugs were available that could arrest the development of the disease and that he should not go away from the surgery completely down at heart. Looking again at the regal and ever patient heron, the words “completely down at heart” echoed in his mind. If anything, he reflected, he had been absolutely down at heart during the past six months and felt himself denuded of all hope. Kicking away the fallen autumn leaves in front of him, that resembled giant cornflakes due to the previous night’s keen frost, he dwelled on the forthcoming Christmas. It might, he ruminated, be the last Christmas he would experience in any cognizance of the fact that it was that time of the year that Christians celebrated the birth of Christ. Indeed, in the future would he be in cognizance of anything? The changing seasons of the year had always been appreciated and loved by him but would they too, become meaningless to the man he would soon become. As he was wallowing in his self-pity he suddenly became aware of a movement in the derelict Torr Vale Mill that stood directly opposite the walkway. He thought he saw a man, a very old man, darting from one window to the next and staring directly
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and accusingly at him. The man had protruding eyes and grey stubble and seemed to be in a very bemused state. Stan was aghast at what he saw and could not comprehend what was happening for he knew the window where the man was looking at him had no floor under it where an individual could stand and look out. Indeed, the mill, at that particular section, was a hollowed out shell and the floors of the building had collapsed decades ago. Either, he thought, he was looking at the ghost of an old mill worker or his Alzheimer’s was beginning to kick in and he was at a loss to decide which one it was. Hoping and praying that it was, actually, a ghost that he was seeing he playfully surmised that it could be the restless spirit of a Victorian weaver who, after being too old to work at the mill anymore, had been forced to enter the local workhouse. He indulged in his musings further and felt that it was probably a man who had had no relatives who would look after him and, after finishing work, he had no means or savings to avoid him seeking the dubious charms of the workhouse. People mistakenly think, Stan thought, that the horrid workhouses of yesteryear were full of feckless and idle fellows and women of easy virtue but the truth of the matter was that they were full of old men and women who, like knackered horses, were not fit for work anymore. He remembered reading Jack London’s, “People of the Abyss”, as a young man and recalled his description of the sad and decrepit old people who inhabited those awful places. In those days, he further reflected, old age was something to be feared by the working class; there was no old age pension until 1909 and anybody with no money was a hostage to fate. Yes, he sympathised with the apparition and could very much understand why he looked so disconsolate and miserable. It, indeed, must have been terrible to have been old and poor in those “good old days” he sarcastically remarked to himself. But was he not in a similar situation to that tragic ghost who was ogling him? True, he had a good pension and had no money worries and a nice home to live in but what good were these to him if his condition drastically worsened. He had no relatives to care for him or, more correctly, wanted to care for him and although he would not have to dread the workhouse he was not at all that happy about having to enter its modern day equivalent: the residential care home. Disappearing as mysteriously as he had appeared, the ghost of the old mill worker could no longer be seen by Stan and he continued with his walk after he had satisfactorily noted that the watchful heron had finally managed to catch a fish. That evening after he had listened to an episode of “The Archers” on the radio he poured himself a glass of German beer and sat back in his favourite leather armchair and took stock of his situation and what he had seen, or thought he had seen, on the walkway that particular morning. He thought it was strange how old age affected
people in different ways and saw it as unfair that some people with active and alert brains suffer terrible physical deterioration and some older people who are physically fit and in good shape, like himself, suffer terrible mental deterioration. Looking at the picture of his dead wife, Dorothy, on the mantelpiece he pondered whether the old man on the walkway had been a widower as well. Furthermore, did he not have any sons or daughters who were prepared to look after him? Is that why he looked so pitiful and despairing? In thinking about the mysterious man in the mill he considered he was not in such a different situation than him. Sure enough, he had a son, David, an engineering graduate, who did not live that far away in Sale, South Manchester. But he could not see his son’s wife and his daughter in law, Susan, a maths teacher at a community school in Cheshire, allowing his son to give him a home in their household. Yes, he thought, there wasn’t that much difference for his future than there had been for the old man on the walkway in the past. After taking another sip of beer he grinned and spoke aloud, “Plus ca Change”, and started to remember old friends of his who had died over the preceding years. Like many people, he had almost felt a sense of invulnerability and superiority that he had managed to live to a good age whilst others he had known had died young or comparatively young. Now, with the knowledge that he was a sufferer of Alzheimer’s, that sense of arrogance had disappeared; he considered that maybe his old friends, who had died quickly and unknowingly, might have been the lucky ones after all. Fear of the unknown is one of the worst fears that men and women can have and there is nothing more unknown than what a person thinks and feels when he enters the latter stages of the accursed disease that he had been recently diagnosed with. True, physicians could see the outward signs but they could only speculate about what the victims actually experienced. Thinking of his beloved dead wife, he felt happy that she would not be there to witness his illness develop and he felt proud of himself that he had not taken up with another woman since she had passed away. As a practising Christian he had always thought it a paradox that his church had allowed widowers and widows to re-marry in church. Surely, if there was life after death there would be embarrassing situations in heaven when the bereaved spouse, when he or she died, had to explain to his wife or husband about the other partner he had promised to honour and obey. It was a conundrum and he could not reason it out and he was glad that it was puzzle he would not get involved with when he died. Before retiring to bed, Stan made his customary look through his front room window to check on the state of things outside and noted, even though it was not yet December, that one of his neighbours across the street had put a Christmas tree up in his window which was duly glistening with blue lights. Stan, on seeing this, shook
his head and pined for the time when people only put up their decorations a week or two before Christmas. The next morning saw another severe frost and Stan wondered whether if it was a wise thing to take his usual morning stroll along the Torrs. However, after having his usual breakfast of toast and marmalade washed down with a cup of Darjeeling tea he cast off any worries of slipping or catching a cold and made ready to go on his ritual, daily walk. He was also curious to see if he would see another glimpse of the pitiful old man at the mill again. Quickly descending the steps that led to the gorge, he headed straight towards the Millennium Walkway and when he was halfway across he scanned the derelict mill intently to see if he could see any sign of the old man’s ghost. Yet, although he looked at every one of the Torr Vale Mill’s hollowed windows he could find no trace of him. Perhaps, he thought, it was a chance sighting of the spectre he had seen yesterday and it might be that he would probably never see him again. All of a sudden, he became aware of a voice on the walkway and he immediately turned away from looking at the mill and was astonished to see the old man standing about thirty yards ahead of him on the structure. Instantly, he became concerned and felt his heart thumping away under his overcoat. He wasn’t sure whether to turn back the way he had come and go back home or bravely advance to get a closer look at the disturbing apparition. He heard what resembled a moaning sound and decided to face his fears and walk in the direction of the old man who was staring directly at him with a vacant expression. As he approached the ghost he became painfully aware of just how ugly, decrepit and repulsive the old man was and noticed that he was dripping saliva from his lower lip and had deep creases all over his countenance. Moreover, his pallor was a sickly yellow which reminded Stan of the colour of an old and rotten banana and when he was less than ten yards from the man he was shocked to see that the spectre had started to walk towards him and became very nervous about what would happen. When the ghost was within six feet of him a very disturbing thought crossed Stan’s mind; was this really a spectre or was it a “prevoyance enfantine” of what he would become, due to his affliction, in five or ten years’ time. At this thought a searing pain crossed his chest and he found himself having difficulty in breathing and then he felt his legs go weak and he lost consciousness has he crashed to the floor of the walkway. Three weeks later a middle aged, married couple walking their dog along the Torrs gorge picked up an errant newspaper that had been blown into their path by a strong wind. The woman picked it up and immediately recognised the picture on the front page of it as the distinguished and friendly old man who, until recently, they had regularly seen on their walks in the gorge. She passed the paper to her husband and he read aloud what was printed under the picture of the man: “It has been concluded by the local police, after detailed enquiries and a post mortem that Stan Hobbes, aged 74, who was found dead on the Millennium walkway on the morning of November 29th, died from natural causes. At first the police thought that his death was suspicious and an investigation had been launched. However, a police spokesperson confirmed yesterday that no further enquiries would be made and Mr Hobbes’ body could be released for burial.”
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The village of Stanton-inPeak is an architectural showcase of stone built cottages and h o u s e s constructed of locally quarried sandstone, most dating back over the last couple of centuries. Handsome properties and high walls line a steep road leading up to Stanton Moor, flanking the privately positioned Stanton Hall which is a mixture of styles. Although the main entrance was built in 1799, parts of the hall reputedly date from the 16th century. It was built for William Bache whose ancestors the Foljambes and Plumptons had held the estate since the 15th century. For many years Stanton has been the home of the Davie-Thornhill family. I began my walk at the Church which is dedicated to the Holy Trinity and was originally constructed as a private chapel in 1838. Just above here I turned along Coach Lane, following the signpost for Pilhough, Congreave and Rowsley. From this elevated road there were fabulous far reaching views of distant hills as well as riverside meadows down in the valley below that surround the meandering River Wye. As my eye followed the valley north I could clearly see Haddon Hall in all its medieval glory and a glimpse of Bakewell beyond. My plan for this issue was another winter wander taking advantage of solid surfaces to avoid mud as much as possible, which I almost achieved! Beighton Houses have a glorious setting on the edge of the woods and the fringe of Stanton Moor. As I followed the road beyond I could see giant spoil heaps hidden by trees, reminders that this whole hillside has long been exploited for its minerals and stone. I also passed an old walled enclosure with stone bench obviously designed for people passing by to rest and enjoy the wondrous views. However on this murky wet day I somehow didn’t fancy a cold damp backside so I continued on to Pilhough which is made up of a cluster of cottages and a crossroads. This tiny hamlet is situated above Peak Tor, an unmistakeable tree-topped mound that appears from a distance like a giant pin cushion. This
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