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16th January

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OUR PEAKLAND

ABCEDARY

An A to Z of the Peaks and Dales

The Church of All Saints in

Bakewell has a wealth of fine

ecclesiastical work, in

particular some imaginative

oak carving. Winged dragons,

mythical beasts and a

mermaid appear on the

misericords of the choir

stalls, where a witty pictorial

pun is revealed beneath the

priest's seat. Here the relief of

a grotesque cross-eyed head

accompanies a cow beneath

three rotten teeth. The scene

is a representation of the

Biblical 'one cow to three

acres' – the troublesome

molars being the 'achers'.

Other strange figures are

carved between the

misericords; one of the

quaintest is a chubby

contorted tumbler caught in

the middle of a backward

somersault. His face peers

from between his pointed

boots as he slides

downwards, head first.

Aqueduct

An odd little aqueduct over

Mill Lane in Cromford has

been conspicuous by its

absence since being

demolished by a passing lorry

in late 2002. Its restoration

may be for the future, for this

is an important industrial

relic connected with

Arkwright's Cromford Mill.

Unlike the great stone

aqueducts that carry

Cromford Canal over the

rivers Derwent and Amber a

short distance away, this

modest iron structure of 1821

was built to carry the waters

of Cromford Sough, via the

outflow from Scarthin pond,

across to waterwheels

powering the cotton mill. An

abundant water supply was

the essential factor in

Arkwright's choice of site for

what would become the

world's first successful

water-powered cotton mill.

Arbor Low

Arbor Low is the most

important prehistoric

monument in the north of

England, standing at 1,230ft

on an exposed limestone

plateau in the White Peak.

Sometimes known as the

Stonehenge of the North, it

comprises an earthen henge

(bank) of approximately 290ft

diameter and an internal

ditch with two entrances into

the central area, where some

50 recumbent limestone

slabs centre on a small

arrangement of stones

known as a cove.

Arbor Low is of late

Neolithic or early Bronze Age

construction, around 2000

BC. The height from the top of

the bank to the bottom of the

ditch, around 12ft now, was

originally about 18ft. Only one

of the stones is semi-upright

and archaeological opinion is

divided as to whether they

were originally placed in a

prone or an upright position.

A low ditch and bank leads

from the henge in the

direction of Gib Hill tumulus,

350 yards away. For all the

archaeological study of this

impressive monument, the

mystery of Arbor Low lies in

its origins and a knowledge

that died with our early

ancestors. If the circle had a

religious purpose, it may not

be too fanciful to imagine a

certain atmosphere there

still, whatever one's beliefs.

Ash House

A small, round stone building

in a field alongside a lane

between Hassop and Baslow

is known locally as the ash

house. It was once used as a

store for blocks of potash,

prepared nearby and sent

away for use in glass making.

One old tale refers to the hut

as the sometime home of a

shepherd who hid his meagre

savings between slabs in the

stone roof. A thief got to hear

of this but when he climbed

onto the roof the slabs gave

way, killing him – as well as

the shepherd and his dog.

Legend has it that the sound

of the shepherd whistling his

dog can occasionally be heard

on the surrounding hills.

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FIRST RESPONDERS IN TIDESWELL

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incidents as quickly as

possible. Therefore, an initial

fundraising target of £3000

was set to buy the first two

sets of kit. This money was

raised through local events

and donations from the

community.

Two recent fundraising

events in the village were

particularly noteworthy.

Firstly a Quiz Night

organised by the Red Lion.

Many thanks to Jeannie, the

landlady for organising this

and donating £100 of the

proceeds. More recently the

Tideswell and District

Community Association

[TDCA] organised a coffee

morning where first

responders attended to

explain their work and

display equipment. TDCA

Chairman Sandra Howard is

seen presenting a cheque for

a magnificent £500 donation

towards the fundraising

effort.

Along with many other

generous donations from

Tideswell residents and a

small local engineering

company MCP Ltd, the initial

target of £3000 has been

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first responders in Tideswell

can be properly kitted out to

serve their own community

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villages in north Derbyshire

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dispatched.

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group remains hopeful that

one or more of Tideswell’s

larger businesses might be

persuaded to act as

sponsors for their uniform.

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FIELD CLUB

The second meeting of the

New Year for Buxton Field

Club will be on Saturday 21st

January, when Rosemary

Furness, one of our Club

members, will be illustrating

'My Wildlife Year'. Rosemary

is an excellent photographer

coupled with great

enthusiasm for the natural

world. Her talk will include a

trip to the Farne Islands in

Northumberland to witness

the amazing birdlife, and also

a visit to Gait Barrows to see

the ladies slipper orchid. The

meeting will be at Buxton

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BY NICOLA ROSE

STOP THE DIET – LEARN TO EAT INTUITIVELY

Have you struggled to stick

to diets in the past? Do you

lose weight but then find

you gain it back (and maybe

more besides) when you go

back to “normal” eating?

Studies show that between

95-97% of people regain any

weight lost whilst dieting,

and often end up heavier

than their starting weight.

The desire to be “thin” is

a concept embraced by the

media and facilitated by the

diet industry. The diet

industry have a brilliant

business plan, they attract

people by the promise of

being slim and attaining

their ideal body. When the

dieter “fails” they are made

to think that it is their fault,

as they have not enough will

power to stick to the

required diet. Attempted

and actual food restriction

has been shown in

numerous studies to lead to

a preoccupation with food,

lowered mood, self-esteem

and feelings of being out of

control. Restrained eating /

dieting is only possible for a

limited period of time for

most people.

After a while, restrained

eating will increase

cravings and urges for food

which ultimately leads to

the dieter giving in to the

cravings, overeating and

eventually regaining any

weight lost. The metabolic

rate slows down in

restrained eaters in

response to fewer calories.

Therefore when the person

comes off a “diet” and

begins to eat normally, their

metabolic rate is less

efficient, it becomes even

easier to gain weight, and

the dieter may find they are

at a higher weight than

where they started! This

then comes full circle with

the dieter again, wanting to

be slim and the whole

process begins again. There

are a very small minority of

people who can follow

restrained eating practices

for life, but studies show

that over 95% of restrained

eaters’ plans are sabotaged

by the psychological

consequences of imposing

limits upon food choice and

intake. People who have

never dieted or restricted

their food intake burn

calories off much more

efficiently than those who

have restricted their food

intake as their metabolic

rate has never been

compromised.

Maybe you should

consider intuitive eating.

Intuitive eating allows you to

create a healthy

relationship with your food,

mind, and body – you

develop the confidence to

differentiate between

physical and emotional

feelings, gaining a sense of

body wisdom. It’s also about

FROM HAYFIELD TO HEAVEN

On the last day of August

1745, certain residents of

Hayfield claimed to have

witnessed a supernatural

event within the very walls

of their church. Doctor

James Clegg, a

neighbouring Presbyterian

minister, despatched this

breathtaking account to Dr

Ebenezer Latham of the

dissenting Findern

Academy:

‘I know you are pleas’d

with anything curious and

uncommon in Nature, & if

what follows shall appear

such, I can assure you from

Eye witnesses of the Truth of

every particular. In a Church

at about 3 miles distance

from us, the indecent

Custom still prevails of

burying the dead in the

place set apart for the

Devotions of the living; yet

the parish not being very

populous, one would scarce

imagine the Inhabitants of

the grave could be strai’tned

for want of room; yet it

should seem so, for on the

last of Aug’st, several

Hundreds of Bodies rose out

of the Grave in the open day

in that Church, to the great

astonishment and Terror of

several spectators. They

deserted the Coffin, and

arising out of the grave,

immediately ascended

directly towards Heaven,

singing in Consert all alone

as they mounted thro’ the

Air; they had no winding

sheets about them, yet did

not appear quite naked,

their Vesture seemed

streak’d with gold,

interlaced with sable,

skirted with white, yet

thought to be exceeding

light by the agility of their

motions, and the swiftness

of their ascent; They left a

most fragrant and delicious

Odour behind them, but

were quickly out of sight,

and what is become of them

or in what Distant Regions

of the vast System they have

since fixed their Residence,

no mortal can tell.

The Church is in Heafield

(sic), three miles from

Chappell frith. 1745.’

‘buried out of Bonehouse’

As a postscript, it is

interesting to note these two

entries from Hayfield

Churchwardens’ accounts of

1768:

‘At a Vestry about the

Bonehouse, and spent with

G.Leech – 3s.0d.’ and ‘Spent

when the Bones were

buried out of Bonehouse –

3s.0d.’

In this context, the word

vestry means a parochial

meeting, this one apparently

held to arrange an end to

the ‘indecent Custom’

referred to by the credulous

Dr Clegg.

Julie Bunting

Rick Wyse

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cii(MP&eR)

losing those "food anxiety"

thoughts – making peace

with food. It’s recognising

just because you ate

something that you

considered as “bad” or

“fattening” your health and

your value as a person do

not change.

The fundamental

principles of intuitive and

mindful eating are that you

will learn to utilise the inner

body signals of hunger and

fullness you were born with.

If you observe a baby it gives

very clear signals of when it

is hungry and requires milk

and also when it has had

sufficient and is full.

Intuitive eating requires you

to re-establish responding

to these cues. This may

sound very simple, but it is

actually rather complex, as

this inner wisdom is often

clouded by years of dieting

and the plethora of food

myths. Advice to, “Eat when

you’re hungry and stop

when you’re full” may sound

like simple common sense,

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but if you have a history of

following rigid “healthy”

rules about eating through

years of chronic dieting, it

can be very challenging.

Intuitive eating is about

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innate hunger and fullness

signals. It is learning how to

differentiate between

physical feelings (hunger

pangs, nausea, headache,

or difficulty concentrating)

and emotional feelings

(rebellion, disappointment,

anger, sadness and

anxiety). To be able to

ultimately return to inborn

intuitive eating, a number of

things need to be in place,

and the ability to trust in

yourself is the most

important!

Intuitive eating is a nondieting

way to attain a

healthy relationship with

food and become the expert

of your body, rather than

being ruled by calories,

“bad” foods and the diet

industry. If you’re

interested – read my next

column to find out how to

begin to eat intuitively.

Nicola Rose DipCH BSc

(Hons) RNutr is a fully

Registered Nutritionist and

Clinical Hypnotherapist. She

works for a specialist NHS

weight management service

and also runs a private

weight management /

hypnotherapy practice. If

you have any questions on

this article please email

Nicola at info@nourishmind

andbody. co.uk.

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WIRKSWORTH HERITAGE CENTRE SECURES

HERITAGE LOTTERY FUND INVESTMENT

It was announced on 17th

December that Wirksworth

Heritage Centre has received

a confirmed grant of

£1,338,900 from the Heritage

Lottery Fund (HLF) to

transform their three storey

premises at 31 St John’s

Street into a new heritage

centre, which will preserve,

promote and make

accessible the stories of

Wirksworth and its people.

Thanks to National

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will be a new focus for

Wirksworth offering an

enjoyable and rewarding

visitor experience, and

delivering a programme of

entertaining events and

educational activities to bring

the heritage of the town alive.

The project will

commence around March

2017 with the renovation,

conversion and fitting out of

the building to make it

accessible to all. The space

created will facilitate a new

interpretation of the town’s

heritage through creative use

of the organisation’s

museum collection and the

premises will offer a diverse

programme of events,

exhibitions and activities.

Ongoing financial support to

the operations will be

provided by a heritage café

and retail shop using

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produce and products.

The building, part of which

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said: “We are thrilled that the

Heritage Lottery Fund has

seen the enormous value of

heritage to our town and

given us this grant to secure

the future. Our new centre

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Wirksworth’s development.”

Andy Pollock, Mayor of

Wirksworth Town Council,

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heritage centre has been

successful in its bid for HLF

grant monies. It will mean

that the wonderful history

and heritage of Wirksworth

will be more accessible and

be brought to life not only for

the local community, but also

for many people visiting the

town. This award is the

culmination of many years’

work done mainly by unpaid

volunteers from the

community so a really big

thank you to all concerned

from the Town Council”.

Jonathan Platt, Head of

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New Season at Bakewell Town Hall

Big names grace the stage at

the Assembly Room Theatre:

First up is stand-up stalwart

Simon Evans, 18 February.

Simon is a familiar face to

Live at the Apollo and Mock

the Week fans, and recently

his dulcet tones were heard

on BBC Radio 4’s series,

Simon Evans Goes to

Market. Another comedy

favourite, Simon Munnery

comes to town, 8 April. With

our monthly Comedy Club,

the Town Hall is where the

laughter is at this year.

Theatre makes a

welcome return with a

comic retelling of

Shakespeare’s King Lear, set

in a village pub, 2 March. A

classic of cinema is

reimagined by the Addhock

Theatre Company’s

production of The Lion in

Winter, 10 March. Brace

yourselves for a cinema

revamp, thanks to the BFI.

Our new cinema should be

up and running in February.

Film Friday continues 13

January with I, Daniel Blake

and 27 January with Woman

in Gold.

We’ve a new season of

classical music with the

Town Hall Chamber Series,

featuring musicians from

the Halle orchestra. The

season begins 31 March

with a little Mozart. Pink

Floydian recreate the

wonderful stage shows of

Pink Floyd, 1 April and the

amazing guitarist, Martin

Harley pays us a visit, 28

May. Along with our regular

Motown Night, there’s

something for most musical

tastes at the Assembly Room

Theatre.

Tickets for all our

concerts and events can be

found

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Street Box Office on 01629

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fascinating collections of the

current heritage centre, but it

will also have a significant

impact on Wirksworth more

widely, providing a new visitor

focus for the heritage and

history of the town. We’re

really pleased that National

Lottery players’ money can

provide this investment, and

help bring Wirksworth’s

heritage to life”.

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woods at Millfields near

Carsington Water. During

these sessions we will

explore the woods and

activities will include

learning to build dens,

taking part in imaginative

play, arts and crafts as well

as using tools and learning

how to light fires so we can

cook on them.

The sessions take place

on Saturday 21st January.

For younger school-aged

children there are two

sessions to choose.10-

11.30am or 12.30-2pm for

the Family Forest Schools.

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years +, our Forest School

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children aged 7 years and

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activities as our other family

sessions but are planned

with slightly older children

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helping local people recycle

their real Christmas trees.

All residents have to do is

place the tree at the edge of

their property on their usual

green / recycling day

collection and the tree will be

composted along with other

garden materials.

Any tree over 5ft in length

must be broken/sawn down

to a manageable size, with

decorations and plant pots

removed. Alternatively, trees

can be taken to the nearest

household waste recycling

centre.

Plain Christmas cards

and wrapping paper can be

included in residents'

kerbside cardboard and

paper recycling to be

collected by the District

Council’s contractor Serco.

Foil-backed and glittery

cards and paper should not

be included, but placed in

general household waste

grey bins or black sacks.

Derbyshire Dales

residents can use the online

postcode search at

www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk

/collectioncalendar to check

on their collection cycle,

where they can also

download and view their 2017

collection calendar.

•Anyone without online

access who needs assistance

can call the District Council’s

Waste Helpline on 01629

761122.

Meet at Millfields car park,

Carsington Water, DE6 IST.

The cost is £4 per child and

£2 per adult for all sessions.

Please wear suitable clothes

for the weather. Numbers are

limited so please book with

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Elles Bailey brings her blend

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The Tipsy Toad, Matlock on

the 19th January. Tickets

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Bristol based Elles Bailey

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rootsy blues, country and

soulful rock with a

contemporary edge and her

trademark ‘smoky vocals’

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She’s opened for acts like

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Lisa Simone, The Mystery

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In fact, 2017 looks set to

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with over 30 dates scheduled

in the run-up to her debut

album release in April. Her

festival diary is also filling up

very quickly. Elles will feature

at The Great British Rock and

Blues Festival in Skegness

and will be opening for soul

singer Jo Harman on her

February tour before

heading back into Europe in

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Her new album will be

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acclaimed ‘Show of

Hands’. Steve also enjoys

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singing and playing a

mixture of roots / folk rock

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mandocello and tenor

guitar.

Described by Mike

Harding (BBC Radio 2) as

‘One of England’s greatest

singer songwriters, Steve

will be playing at Youlgrave

Village Hall on Saturday

11th February 2017.

Doors open 7pm for

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£18, tel. 01629 630282.

This is part of his

‘Landlocked’ Tour of ‘Grow

Your Own Gigs’ and

enables small community

groups to give access to

his music and follows on

from the successful ‘Phil

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last March.

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limestone which

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village takes on a jet black

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marble for the chimneypiece

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Quarries around Ashford

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1748 Henry Watson built

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Wye at Ashford. Local

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better sleep patterns by

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tiny shifts in your routine so

you can start 2017 in a

healthier and more

resourceful way.

We meet at the Friend’s

Meeting House, Bakewell,

and visitors are very welcome

at £3.50 a meeting.

2017 NEWS

FROM BAKEWELL

CHORAL SOCIETY

The choir started rehearsal

on Monday, 9 January, for

their concert on 25 March to

be held in Matlock Methodist

Church. They will be

performing John Rutter’s

Requiem, together with

pieces by Parry and Vaughan

Williams.

The Requiem was first

performed in its entirety on

13 October 1985 at the United

Methodist Church, Dallas,

Texas, conducted by the

composer. Though it of

course has its dark

moments, the work is

unmistakably optimistic in its

message of hope and

comfort, and it is not entirely

surprising that after the

tragic events of 9/11 it was

this setting of the Requiem

that was the preferred choice

of music at the many

memorial services which

followed across the United

States.

As in previous years, this

concert is open to visiting

singers. Rehearsals are held

at Bakewell Methodist

Church, 7.15–9.30pm.

Singers are not asked to

audition, but some

experience of choral music is

an advantage.

Further details from BCS

Membership Secretaries:

Helen & David Boyce,

membership@bakewellchoral.org

– or simply turn up next

Monday when you will be

given a warm welcome.

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Santa's sleigh couldn't

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of dog food, so Tom Barber,

manager of family firm, "THE

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Ashbourne Animal Welfare

centre "The Ark".

He donated sacks of dog

food for the hungry

residents.

Barbara showed Tom

around the dog kennels and

the cattery. Tom was very

impressed with the TLC that

the staff and volunteers

deliver to the cats and dogs

until they are rehomed.

Tom also donated some

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Matlock Music’s

fantastically successful

season continues with a

concert to be given on Friday

27th January by The Sterling

Trio.

The trio comprises Sarah

Attar, flute, Thomas Verity,

clarinet and Lauren

Hibberd, piano and was

formed at the Royal

Northern College of Music

in 2006. It has already

established itself as an

exciting, innovative and

engaging chamber

ensemble and it prides itself

on a creative and versatile

approach to music-making,

combining both original

works and its own

arrangements.

Highlights from its recent

schedule include recitals at

St Martin in the Fields and

the Queen Elizabeth Hall in

London and the Leeds

International Concert

Season.

Their concert in Matlock

will include a Trio Sonata by

J. S. Bach, Suite Bourgeoise

by Sir Malcolm Arnold,

Fantasy Trio by Howard

Blake together with works

by Genin, Sir Henry Bishop,

Granados, Saint-Saëns and

Manno.

Do come and join us for

another exciting and

fascinating evening of firstclass

music-making – an

ideal way to start the New

Year!

The concert is on 27th

January 2017 in the

Wheeldon Hall, Highfields

School, Lumsdale, off the

Chesterfield Road, Matlock,

DE4 5NA starting at 7.30pm.

Tickets are available at the

door before the concert at

£12. Under 18s are free and

students and registered jobseekers

pay half-price. All

seats are unreserved. There

is ample parking at the

school. Further information

is available on our website

www.matlockmusic.org.uk

or by phoning George Wolfe,

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Councillor Judith Twigg, John Plant (Chair of Bakewell and Eyam Community Transport),

Pam Kenworthy (Trustee), David Monks (Trustee), Edwina Edwards (Chief Executive of BECT)

Councillor Judith Twigg has

supported Bakewell and

Eyam Community Transport

with £1480 from the

Members’ Community

Leadership Fund to

purchase a new wheelchair,

lap belts, wheelchair

extensions and comfort

straps. Each year

approximately 20 new

volunteers are recruited to

the organisation and are

trained in the use of

wheelchairs and fixings.

John Plant (Chair of

Bakewell and Eyam

Community Transport)

thanked Cllr Judith Twigg

for the financial support.

If you would like to learn

how to drive a minibus and

volunteer for Bakewell and

Eyam Community Transport

they will provide this training

for you. Volunteers can offer

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organization. Anyone

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should contact 01629

641920 or e-mail

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PEAK DISTRICT RANGERS

Countryside rangers from

Australia, Germany and

around the UK met at the 50th

anniversary conference of the

Countryside Management

Association in Castleton

recently to address a decline

in wildlife around the world.

“Here in the Peak District

I’ve learned that the meaning

of nature protection should be

in the service of the people,”

said Frank Grütz, European

representative of the

International Rangers

Federation. ”I think the key is

for people to become sensitive

again to the nature around

them and think: ‘If I do

something for nature

protection, I do it for my

health, for my wellbeing. I’m

not separate, I’m part of the

whole thing.’”

The roles of local rangers

have expanded since the Peak

District employed a single

‘warden’ after becoming the

UK’s first national park in

1951, said Ted Talbot, National

Trust Countryside Manager

for the Peak District. “But it

hasn’t changed that a ranger’s

job is to enable the public to

enjoy the National Park and

A popular local Garden Centre

based in Tansley, Matlock has

recently opened their all new

Soft Play Barn.

Scotland Nurseries Garden

Store Soft Play Barn is a fun,

stimulating, indoor soft play

area that gives children the

chance to let off steam even

when the weather stops

outdoor play.

Built over two levels the

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For the smaller children,

there’s a separate crawler

area which is a soft, safe

environment for them to

develop. The maximum height

for the toddler area is 0.91m/3

feet and 1.5 metres/5 feet for

the main soft play area. The

stylish Pizza Café in the Soft

Play Barn serves homemade,

Sean Wilmore of the Thin Green Line charity (centre right) and retired

ranger Gordon Miller (of the International Rangers Federation) with

(ltor) National Trust countryside manager for the Peak District Ted

Talbot, German ranger Frank Grutz, Chris Lockyer (also from the Thin

Green Line charity) and National Trust ranger Rachel Bennett

care for this special

landscape, whilst also

working alongside farmers,

local communities

and businesses.”

Europe-wide issues for

Ted, Frank and their fellow

rangers as they walked along

the Great Ridge above

Castleton included sheep

farming, paragliding licences,

flood management and soil

erosion.

freshly baked to order pizzas,

baked in Scotland Nurseries

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treats and drinks!

Entry to the Soft Play Barn

in January is just £1 per child.

Store Manager, Yvonne

Reynolds said, “The Soft Play

“I think we should ask what

are the most valuable assets

of our upland landscapes,”

said Ted. “Is it farming and

forestry or is it wildlife or

recreation and all the benefits

that brings for people’s health

and wellbeing, or are these

landscapes more valuable for

storing water and carbon? I

think the balance has shifted

dramatically due to the

impacts of climate change

Barn at Scotland Nurseries

has proved immensely

popular and we are proud to

be able to offer such a fun

space for the children who visit

us to enjoy”.

With a great selection of

plants, gardening items, gifts,

and loss of wild places. People

often say that farmers are the

custodians of the countryside,

but I think all of us need to be

countryside custodians now.”

National Trust ranger Chris

Lockyer gave an example: “If

you’re connecting and

educating people you’re

reducing the need for

enforcement used by

‘wardens’ in the past. For

instance, we hope people

will now be saying on a hot

summer’s day: ‘I’m not going

to have a barbecue where I

could set fire to some

moorland, I’m going to have it

somewhere more responsible

instead.’”

It’s a period of change for

the British landscape, said Ted

Talbot, with Brexit affecting

farm subsidies, and financial

cuts to services carried out in

the past by public servants.

“All of these things will impact

on the green spaces residents

and visitors to the Peak

District know and love, so

we’re saying if you use and

value your countryside, why

not learn about it and get

involved? Please don’t just

take it for granted.”

THE FUN STARTS HERE!

SOFT PLAY BARN AT SCOTLAND NURSERIES

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Nurseries is a treat for all

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As with all of our activities

children must be supervised

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Paul Pearson is a quietly

spoken singer guitarist who

places his own understated

stamp on a variety of old, new

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well as the better known

songs, his repertoire includes

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"Paul Pearson is as

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TANSLEY FILM PRESENTS

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TUESDAY 7TH FEBRUARY

Our first film for 2017 is a

wonderful adaptation of a

romantic comedy of a Jane

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widow Lady Susan Vernon

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reluctant debutante

daughter, Frederica

(Morfydd Clark).

Kate Muir says in her 5-

star review in The Times,

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adaptation you'll ever see,

with the usual pastel palette

and slow decorum

abandoned in favour of acid

colours and acid remarks,

which keep the audience in

stitches."

Screening of the film

starts at 7.30pm in Tansley

Village Hall. Each film is

always shown on the first

Tuesday of every month.

Refreshments are available

from 7pm. No membership

is required. The cosy cinema

has comfortable,

upholstered seats, high

in 1978 with brother Paul,

after 10 years of heavy touring

they’ve split up, forming

World Turtle & Von Daniken.

10 years later they reformed

Haze, Chris also formed

'Heavy Wood', the 5 piece

Treebeard and joined

American heavy rockers

Strongheart. More recently he

has played with Silverwheel,

formed The Outlandish

Knights ceilidh band and

joined folk-rockers

Jabberwocky, he also plays

with improvisational band

Meson.

Haze have become more

active of late with cousin

Danny replacing the original

drummer Paul Chisnell and

Ceri Ashton joining them on

flute. They have a new CD

'The Last Battle' out now.

Chris and Paul have played

together since 2004, Paul

singing and playing guitar

whilst Chris plays his

bouzouki.

Singers and musicians of

all standards and styles are

welcome to come along and

do a short floor spot.

Free entry, raffle for guest.

All are welcome to bring

instruments, sing, play or just

enjoy the music. Free entry in

the bar 19:45 till 23:00.

More information at

www.folkandblues.club

Tel: 0791 333 1078.

Local Cinema

definition projection on a 3.5

metre screen and clear, rich

sound. Tickets are £4 at the

door or £20 for any seven

films of your choice with our

Free Choice card on sale at

our cinema.

Advance booking is

essential - email

book@tansleyfilm.org.uk or

phone 01629 584243/07748

545287. See more

information and full details

of our programme at

www.tansleyfilm.org.uk. and

on Facebook or pick up a

programme leaflet from

Tansley Village Hall.

CASTLETON CINEMA CLUB

- FEBRUARY 4TH - THE

THEORY OF EVERYTHING

Castleton Cinema Club will

be showing The Theory of

Everything in Castleton

Village Hall at 7.30pm

(doors open at 7pm.)

Starring Eddie

Redmayne as Stephen

Hawkins and Felicity Jones

as his wife Jane.

This film was the winner

of 2 golden globe awards, 1

academy award and 3 bafta

awards.

Come along and see this

superb film detailing the life

of this amazing man.

To make sure of a seat,

reserve one by calling Keith

on 01433621058 or e-mail

me at keith.iggo

castleton@gmail.com


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Weddings at

COUNTY HALL, MATLOCK

Valley. And there are

plenty of picturesque

spots for the allimportant

wedding

photographs.

There’s plenty of

parking and the train and

bus stations are just a

short walk away. There’s

also plenty of overnight

accommodation within

walking distance for you

and your guests.

Give us a call for a noobligation

chat about your

upcoming special day.

Weddings

at County Hall, Matlock

beautiful grounds • choice of ceremony rooms

grade II listed building • conveniently located

ample parking • flexible venue

County Hall in Matlock is

a magnificent Grade II

listed building in the

middle of the beautiful

Derbyshire countryside

and is the perfect setting

for your special day.

We don’t do packages.

We’re completely flexible

and you won’t be tied to a

set formula. You’re free to

tailor your wedding to suit

your style and budget.

And we can advise and

give you contact details of

suppliers such as

caterers, florists, DJs, car

hire and photographers.

The building spent

most of its life as

‘Smedley’s Hydro’ – a

hydropathic hotel owned

by

Derbyshire

industrialist and

philanthropist, John

Smedley but it’s been

home to Derbyshire

County Council’s

headquarters since 1951.

Licensed for civil

weddings

and

partnerships, County Hall

is suitable for small,

intimate ceremonies and

larger weddings complete

with reception events.

There’s a choice of

ceremony rooms as well

as a large function room

for your reception.

Sitting in its own

grounds and gardens, the

building has spectacular

views over the Derwent

Celebrate your special day

at the Old Hall Hotel in the

heart of the beautiful Peak

District. The hotel is an

award-winning wedding

venue that's rich in history

and elegance. Whether

you are looking for a civil

ceremony, all day

reception or an evening

celebration, the Old Hall

Hotel offers bespoke

weddings to suit any

budget. The hotel is

delighted to be able to

offer civil ceremonies

services in a choice of our

function rooms. Whether

you require a small

intimate wedding or a

larger celebration the Old

Hall can cater for your

requirements. Each

wedding we host is unique

for you.

Ask the wedding

planner for more

information on our

packages. The Big Day

Package is based on 50

day guests and 80 evening

guests and is £2750. If it's

an intimate wedding day

you've been dreaming of,

the venue offers the

perfect setting for this with

an elegant function room

that looks out across the

leafy square and the

picturesque Pavilion

gardens. We offer an

intimate wedding package

for £1000.00, which

includes 20 day guests and

40 evening guests.

Both packages are

available Sunday -

Thursday, excluding bank

holidays and special

events. Subject to

availability.

We have a range of

beautiful bedrooms

available for guests that

wish to stay overnight,

including four-poster

rooms and the Queen

Mary's Bower, believed to

be part of Mary Queen of

Scots' original apartments

and our grandest room.

The Old Hall Hotel is

holding a Wedding Open

Day on Sunday 26th

February 2017 between 12

and 4pm. This will give

couples an opportunity to

come and have a look at

the hotel and its function

rooms and ask any

questions they may have.

The wedding planners will

be available to show you

around the hotel and put

together a bespoke

package for your special

day.

Please contact the team

at the hotel on 01298

22841 for further details.

Tel: 01629 536066

functions@derbyshire.gov.uk

derbyshire.gov.uk/weddings


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Celebrating 9 Years of Business

Throughout 9 years of

business Gracie Bleu

Bridal has helped

thousands of Brides &

Grooms for their special

day, which has led them

to have an award-winning

reputation for excellent

customer service and

stunning bridal gowns

that cater for all budgets.

Bridal appointments take

place in luxurious private

suites in both boutiques,

which offers the perfect

stress-free environment

to enjoy the wonderful

experience of finding the

Bride's dream dress. The

welcoming and friendly

team are passionate

about helping Brides look

stunning for their special

day, as well as offering

expert honest advice on

styling the perfect look.

The personal service

each customer receives is

truly second to none and

an experience that will be

treasured forever.

“I chose Gracie Bleu

because of how they

made me feel which was

100% special. The range

of dresses they had was

stunning and the one I

finally settled on was

truly perfect. From the

initial meeting, to the

final fitting I felt I received

an exceptional service in

a lovely shop with lovely

people.”

THE END OF

AN ERA

Why not see for

yourself and visit them at

either of their two

beautiful stores at

Matlock or Buxton. For

more information please

visit www.graciebleu

bridal.co.uk

BEBRA DESIGNS, 165 FAIRFIELD RD, BUXTON,

SK17 7LL telephone: 01298 72059

Ring for appointment in the week (inc. evenings) or pop in Saturday 10am - 4pm

BAKEWELL

Wedding flowers

a speciality

• Daily deliveries, local,

national and international

• Bouquets and arrangements

• Plants and floral gifts

Tel: (01629) 815816

1 Diamond Court, off Water Street,

Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1EW

RETIREMENT

SALE

Wedding dresses

Bridesmaids/Prom/Evening

Flower girl dresses

Mothers’ outfits

Tiaras/Jewellery/veils

Hats & fascinators

Shoes/bags

Lingerie/stockings/tights

EVERYTHING MUST GO

Betty at Bebra Designs

Bridalwear is retiring in

2017 after 32 years of

dressing thousands of

brides and bridesmaids.

The shop will close at the

end of February so

everything in the shop is in

the sale. There are many

designer samples created

exclusively by Betty along

with gowns from

designers: Amanda Wyatt,

Alex Hansen, Gino Cirutti,

Hilary Morgan, Margaret

Lee, Pheonix Gowns. All

are shop samples with

sizes from 8 through to 26.

If the dress you fall in love

with is too big, Betty can

alter it to fit.

There are wedding

dresses from £99.

Bridesmaids/Prom/

Evening dresses all £49.

Flowergirl dresses £30.

Tiaras, Veils, Shoes,

Lingerie, Bags, Hats,

Fascinators. In fact,

everything from head to

toe will be reduced.

As Betty has spent her

whole life sewing, she will

still have a sewing room at

home for those brides who

require alterations after

the shop has closed by

providing a Mobile

Alterations Service,

visiting the bride in her

own home to carry out the

necessary fittings.

Tel: 01246 234853

07961 477081

sprinkleofmagicweddings@gmail.com

Tel: 01246 202022

COME AND VISIT ONE OF THE

NORTH’S LARGEST SUGARCRAFT OUTLETS!

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The New Bath Hotel and Spa

An Idyllic Wedding Venue

WEDDING FAIR WITH

FREE VENUE OFFER

Cressbrook Hall

Peak Advertiser 16th January 2017 – Page 17

Designer Bridal Hair Accessories & Jewellery Hand Made by

Heirlooms Ever After

Full restoration service to restore or transform family heirloom

accessories into unique pieces. Bespoke fascinators & hatinators,

hair jewellery and more. Call in for a free consultation to our

boutique in Granby Arcade, Bakewell or visit our stand at

the Chatsworth Wedding Fair 21 & 22 January 2017 to try on

all our beautiful bridal accessories.

Tel: 01629 732745 / 07800 895382 or Email:

info@heirloomseverafter.co.uk www.heirloomseverafter.co.uk

The Dales Duo

The perfect musical accompaniment for your

wedding, party or special occasion

Verity Hill & Peter Rastall

Both musicians are alumni of the

Peak District String Orchestra,

and The University of Reading, University of

Bangor and Sheffield Symphony Orchestras

Tel: 07985 947 866 Email: variety82@hotmail.co.uk

Website: www.facebook.com/dalesduo/

The New Bath Hotel and Spa

has just completed a yearlong

renovation and is now

Derbyshire’s premier four

star boutique hotel. With 54

luxuriously appointed

bedrooms all offering

stunning views of

Derbyshire, together with

exceptional standards of

guest comfort and the latest

conveniences including USB

wall and bedside chargers

together with complimentary

high speed internet, the New

Bath Hotel is the perfect

choice for a wedding.

Additionally, the hotel offers

a 2500 sq ft spa by ESPA, a

residents’ lounge and bar

and ‘Sourced Restaurant’

where all the ingredients are

locally produced from

responsible and sustainable

sources.

With a stunning ballroom

offering the perfect space for

unique weddings, decadent

menus, quality home-cooked

foods, innovative wine lists

which are all backed by a

team delivering perfect

service, this is a venue that

stands apart from any other.

Room facilities include

state-of-the-art technology,

complimentary wi-fi, air

conditioning, and with each

space

featuring

contemporary artwork that

gives individual personality to

any event. Why not go further

with exquisite flowers from

our partner florist? Our

breathtaking surroundings

provide for stunning photo

opportunities. For the

ultimate lifetime event, we

are licensed to hold civil

marriage ceremonies.

Come along to our

Wedding Showcase between

6pm and 9pm on Wednesday

18th and Thursday 19th

January and take a look for

yourself. As a thank you for

your time in coming to view

our venue we would like to

offer all prospective brides a

10% discount on all bar and

restaurant sales on the night.

Friday and Saturday wedding

dates still available in 2017

and 2018.

On Sunday 22nd January,

Cressbrook’s Orangery,

Conservatory and Granary

will play host to the latest

Cressbrook Hall Wedding

Fair. Memorable weddings

are guaranteed in these

breathtakingly beautiful,

rural surroundings and the

spectacular location of

Cressbrook Hall, along

with its restored terrace

gardens, provide a

wonderful backdrop for

photographs and videos.

The Wedding Fair, open

from 11am–3pm, will

present the services of an

excellent selection of the

area’s finest and most

experienced wedding

suppliers, from cakes to

cars and everything in

between. Furthermore,

selected dates during 2017

are available with FREE

venue hire. Conditions

apply, so come along to the

Fair and chat to our friendly

team about your plans.

For further details

contact Cressbrook Hall on

01298 871289 or e-mail

stay@cressbrookhall.co.uk

Don’t miss our New Year

Wedding Fair

22nd January, 11am-3pm

Join us at one of the Peak District’s most beautiful

wedding locations, to enjoy complimentary hors

d’oeuvres and a glass of fizz whilst discussing your plans

with an exclusive selection of the area’s premium

wedding suppliers.

Photography, Flowers, Favours, and much, much more.

Ask about FREE Venue Hire on Selected Dates in 2017

SUNDAY Served in our Orangery January 29th

LUNCH

(Contact us to reserve your table)

Wedding Showcase

at the New Bath Hotel and Spa

18th & 19th January 2017

Whether you have already booked your special day with us or if

you are still looking for that special venue to hold your special day,

why not come along between 6pm-9pm and see our fantastic

venue dressed in full wedding style?

A fantastic way to visualise what

“your special day will look like.

As a thank you for your time in coming to view our venue

we would like to offer all prospective brides a

10% DISCOUNT

on all bar and restaurant sales on the night.


T: 01629 340 340 E: reservations@newbathhotelandspa.com New Bath Hotel and Spa, New Bath Road, Matlock Bath, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3PX


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HOUSE

GARDEN

FARMYARD

SHOP & EAT

STAY

CHATSWORTH.ORG

Weddings

at

Chatsworth wedding fair

21 & 22 January 2017, 10am - 3pm


CHATSWORTH

Chatsworth makes an

exceptional location for

weddings, receptions and

civil partnerships. Set in

1000 acres of stunning

parkland in the heart of the

Peak District in Derbyshire,

Chatsworth is a venue that

epitomises quality and

elegance. Civil ceremonies,

civil partnerships and

receptions are held in

beautiful rooms in the

famous stable courtyard

designed in 1758 by James

Paine. Chatsworth couples

really do make an entrance

with exclusive access to

the stables via Lodge Hill in

their chosen wedding car

or carriage. The Hartington

room, the largest

ceremony space, has

recently undergone a full

refurbishment, the room is

bright and welcoming and

contains the original

features from the stables.

The Racing room,

originally the tack room, is

perfect for smaller

intimate weddings and is

decorated with paintings

from the Devonshire

Collection. Drinks

receptions take place in the

Cavendish restaurant

overlooking the courtyard,

and the majestic Carriage

House restaurant makes

the most wonderful place

to hold your wedding

breakfast. Evening parties

go on late into the night

with the candlelit courtyard

as a backdrop providing a

fitting end to the perfect

day.

The wedding team will

be ready to welcome you to

the Chatsworth wedding

fair on Saturday 21st and

Sunday 22nd January. With

a wealth of experience and

a passion for creating the

perfect wedding, Kay,

Hannah and Laine would

love to talk to you about

your special day.

geisha

SALE

NOW ON

up to 40%

REDUCTIONS

NEXT ISSUE

Valentine’s Feature

In the next issue of the Peak Advertiser

dated 30th January 2017

there will be a bumper feature on

Valentine’s Day

• Wining & Dining • Flowers

• Jewellery • Chocolates

• Cards & Gifts

• and much, much more

If you would like to advertise please call

Mark Andrews on 01629 812159 or

email sales@peak-advertiser.co.uk

Deadline for copy is

Wednesday 18th January 2017 at 5pm

www.peak-advertiser.co.uk

Come and take advantage

of our fabulous offers with

further reductions off our

Autumn / Winter fashions

(while stocks last).

We are excitedly awaiting

our new Spring stock with

all your favourite names and

a few new ones too. Such as

Holster footwear,

Pomodoro, Zilch and Lauren

Vidal. We have also decided

to do Joe Brown Summer

due to a very enthusiastic

response to our Winter

range. Also for those of you

who have been missing the

Lejaby underwear worry

not, we have some back in

stock now.

Valentine’s

dinner bookings

now being taken

A Georgian style house built by the

Arkwright family and situated in

the Derwent Valley

SPECIAL MID-WEEK

WEDDING OFFER

FOR 2017

Get married at

Alison House

for only £1999 *

Geisha, 24 Firs Parade, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3AS

Telephone 01629 583153

* Mid-week offer is for hire of ceremony room and bridal suite.

Fizz on arrival and for the toast. Catering for 40 day guests and 60 evening guests

Here at Alison House we believe each wedding is unique

We work closely with each couple and are guided by

their requirements ~ whether they want a formal dinner,

a casual barbeque or just afternoon tea on the lawn

alison-house-hotel.co.uk

Intake Lane, Cromford DE4 3RH ~ 01629 822211


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Peak Advertiser 16th January 2017 – Page 19

Whatever kind of

celebration you have in

mind, from the intimate to

the grand, Casa hotel in

Derbyshire can bring your

dream wedding to life.

We have numerous,

elegant private events

rooms, many suitable for

wedding and civil

partnership ceremonies as

well as receptions catering

for up to 200 people.

casa HOTEL

Holding your wedding at

Casa means that you can

rest assured that we will be

able to take care of

everything. The hotel offers

a completely flexible

approach to organising your

wedding celebrations and

our dedicated wedding

planners will be on hand

throughout to offer you

advice, guidance and

support. Our complete

devotion to making your big

day an unforgettable

success makes Casa the

perfect choice of venue for

your special day.

Why not come and meet

us at our forthcoming

wedding fayre held here at

the hotel Sunday 26th

February 2017 11am–3pm?

We will be on hand to

discuss your requirements

and show you our wonderful

facilities (including our

fabulous Jacuzzi suites and

deluxe bedrooms). A

selection of carefully chosen

wedding suppliers will also

be available: florists,

wedding cake designers,

bridal wear, photographers

amongst others.

01246 245999 events

@casahotels.co.uk

Casa Hotel, Lockoford Lane,

Chesterfield S41 7JB.

Photography, Engagements

and Weddings

Friendly, local photographer

COMPETITIVELY PRICED

2017 dates still available

Nick Oates

01629 258612 / 07759 156512

www.njo-photography.com

For couples seeking a cheery

wedding on a budget in a

vibrant central Peak District

location, there can be few

venues better than the Town

Hall in Bakewell.

Having long since given

up its former role as a local

government centre, this 19th

Century heritage building is

now able to offer a range of

modern facilities catering for

between 20 and 100 guests.

In contrast to the

expensive inclusive deals,

BTH aim to stage a first class

occasion, with clear pricing

in a stylish and convenient

location.

And with a County

Registrar in residence, a

memorable day can be

enjoyed from ceremony to

reception without the need

for guests to travel from one

venue to another.

Further details can be

obtained from Helen on

01629 810152, email

enquiries@bakewelltownhall

.co.uk, or the website

www.bakewelltownhall.co.uk

TO ADVERTISE IN OUR NEXT

Wedding Feature

Please call Mark Andrews on

01629 812159

or email sales@peak-advertiser.co.uk

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01629 814774 • Bridge Street, Bakewell • bakewell@sequencehome.co.uk

Main Street

Flagg

NEW

Offers in Excess of

£400,000

A generously proportioned five bedroom family residence refurbished to a high standard throughout. The

property includes off-road parking and enclosed garden adjoining farmland, occupying a backwater setting in

the peaceful rural village of Flagg, surrounded by stunning Derbyshire countryside. Energy Rating tba

NEW

• Surrounded by stunning Derbyshire countryside •

• Spacious sitting room with log burning stove •

• Generous family living kitchen

Off-road parking

Enclosed garden adjoining farmland

Tideswell Lane

Eyam

GUIDE PRICE

£475,000-

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A four bedroom detached stone built period cottage, steeped in local history with ample off-road parking for

several vehicles and easily managed garden. The property occupies a peaceful setting in the popular Peak Park

village of Eyam, within highly regarded school catchment. Energy Rating tba

• Highly regarded school catchment •



Generous parking for several vehicles •

Retaining charm, character and original features

Close to local amenities and public transport links

Surrounded by stunning Derbyshire countryside

Two Dales

Park Lane

NEW

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£225,000-

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A generously proportioned three double bedroom Victorian semi-detached residence retaining original period

features. With off-road parking, garage and rear garden the property is well-appointed close to local shops

and amenities within highly regarded school catchment. Energy Rating E

• Three double bedrooms




Garage and off-road parking


Excellent school catchment

Close to shops and amenities

Surrounded by stunning Derbyshire countryside

Hackney Road

Matlock

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A well-appointed three bedroom detached bungalow offering scope to reconfigure the existing layout into a

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• Flexible living accommodation •


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Potential for reconfiguring into a four bedroom detached family home •

Shuckstone Lane

Tansley

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• Picturesque setting enjoying stunning views •



¼ of an acre of enclosed paddock and outbuildings •

Flexible spacious living accommodation

Off-road parking for several vehicles

Planning permission has been granted to extend the main house

Cupola Park

Whatstandwell

NEW

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£169,995

A new, two double bedroom park home occupying a peaceful picturesque setting with off-road parking and

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shops, amenities and public transport links. Energy Rating Exempt

• Picturesque, peaceful setting



Off-road parking and additional visitors parking •

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Drury Lane

Biggin

NEW

£190,000

A three bedroom semi-detached property with off-road parking, enclosed garden with stores and workshop.

The property occupies a peaceful setting in the rural village of Biggin within easy access to local walks and cycle

trails on the Tissington Trail. Energy Rating D

NEW

• No upward chain



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Picturesque setting


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Surrounded by stunning countryside

Bobbin Mill

Cressbrook

£175,000

A spacious one bedroom second floor apartment with allocated parking and lift access, set within the magnificent

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A unique opportunity to purchase a *NEW* 4/5 bedroom detached stone built property *COMPLETED TO

INDIVIDUAL SPECIFICATIONS WITH CHOICE OF FITTINGS*. Occupying a picturesque Peak Park setting in the popular

village of Tideswell close to an excellent range of local shops, cafes and country inns. Energy Rating Exempt

NEW

• 4/5 bedroom detached limestone cottage with blue slate roof •

• Completed to individual specifications


• Choice of kitchen and bathrooms

Flexibility of layout

Off-road parking for three vehicles

Offers in Region of

£420,000

Bank View

S.S.T.C. within 1 week

Tideswell

NEW

GUIDE PRICE

£185,000-

£195,000

A charming two bedroom semi detached cottage with many original features occupying an elevated location

with views across the village and surrounding countryside. Set in the popular village of Tideswell close to excellent

local shops and amenities, picturesque walks and stunning countryside. Energy Rating D

• Two bedroom semi-detached cottage •

• Ideal holiday cottage


• Close to local shops and cafes

Elevated landscaped garden

Surrounded by stunning Derbyshire countryside

TO

LET

TO

LET

TO

LET

Top Cottages

A quaint TWO bedroom end of terrace cottage, in the picturesque

village of Cressbrook, with stunning views over Monsal Head. The

cottage also has a tiered matured garden and allocated off-street

parking. Available FURNISHED. It is the perfect location for keen

walkers and cyclists.

Energy Rating Exempt.

NEW

£700

PCM

Cressbrook

Church Street

NEW

£850

PCM

Tideswell

A well-presented THREE double bedroom stone cottage decorated

incorporating the character and charm of the property, in the sought after

village of Tideswell. With shops and cafes in the village, local bus services,

great commuter links, access to country walks literally on your doorstep,

the property has lots to offer. Available NOW.

Energy Rating D.

Devonshire Drive

NEW

£850

PCM

Rowsley

A fantastic THREE bedroom detached family home available

FURNISHED with garage and off-street parking. The property is situated

by the Peak Village shopping complex in Rowsley, giving access to

Chatsworth, Matlock and Bakewell. Available NOW.

Energy Rating D.

One week rent FREE for a January move in


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NEW

NEW

Little Hucklow

The Retreat, Coplow Dale

This four bedroomed, stone built detached family home has breathtaking panoramic views, large

landscaped gardens and generous parking. The extended and fully refurbished property has the

benefit of a large bespoke orangery and is finished to a high specification throughout. Briefly

comprising: entrance porch, living kitchen with log burning stove, sitting room, impressive orangery,

four bedrooms and luxurious family bathroom. Situated in the heart of the Peak Park in commutable

distance of major commercial centres and within the catchment area of Lady Manners School and

Hope Valley College.

Energy Rating D

Viewing: Bakewell Office

Offers Around £585,000

Matlock

10 Sydnope Hall, Two Dales

This elegant three double bedroomed period family home is situated in a delightful rural position and

forms part of the magnificent Grade II listed Sydnope Hall. The property has the benefit of communal

garden and grounds and enjoys wonderful uninterrupted views of the surrounding countryside and

woodland. Immaculately presented throughout the property is complemented by a large bespoke

orangery taking full advantage of the stunning views. Briefly comprises: entrance hallway,

utility/cloakroom/WC, large dining kitchen, orangery with study below, spacious sitting room. At first

floor: master bedroom with en-suite bathroom. Sydnope Hall is a Grade II listed hall dating from the

mid 19th century and formerly owned by the Darwin family. The hall has been sympathetically

converted to form luxury homes, which enjoy the stunning garden and grounds reputedly designed by

Joseph Paxton, residents also have access to a 40 acre private forest. Energy Rating Exempt

Viewing: Matlock Office

Offers Around £545,000

NEW

NEW

Bakewell

7 Aldern Way

A stone built detached three bedroomed family home with garage and lovely garden in a popular area

of Bakewell, within walking distance of the town centre. The spacious property briefly comprises:

entrance hallway, dual aspect sitting room, dining room, breakfast kitchen, pantry, downstairs WC,

large utility/storage room. At first floor, there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside,

single garage, ample parking and private enclosed garden. VACANT POSSESSION.

Energy Rating D

Viewing: Bakewell Office

Bakewell

Brackenlea, Haddon Road

This stone built three bedroomed 1930's semi-detached house is situated in a desirable location in

Bakewell close to the park and just a short level walk to the town centre. The property has the benefit

of a conservatory and front and rear gardens with ample parking for several vehicles. The property

briefly comprises: entrance hallway, living room with bay window, large dining kitchen with conservatory

off. At first floor, three bedrooms and family bathroom. VACANT POSSESSION - NO UPWARD CHAIN.

Energy Rating E

Viewing: Bakewell Office

Offers Around £395,000

Offers Around £385,000

Matlock:

01629 828 250

Banner Cross:

0114 268 3241

Dronfield:

01246 290992

Hathersage:

01433 650009

Bakewell:

01629 815307


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NEW

NEW

Monyash

Fox Tor Cottage, Chapel Street

Traditional stone built detached period character cottage situated in the popular village of Monyash.

The cottage has three double bedrooms, one with en-suite and has been run as a very successful

holiday let. The property briefly comprises: breakfast kitchen, living/dining room, double bedroom with

en-suite shower room. At first floor there are two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Outside delightful cottage garden. VACANT POSSESSION.

Energy Rating F

Viewing: Bakewell Office

Matlock

10 Nether Way, Darley Dale

This extended and upgraded three bedroomed detached family home is situated on a quiet cul-de-sac

on the prestigious Henry Boot development of similar properties in the popular village of Darley Dale,

close to local shops and amenities and well regarded schools. The well maintained property has the

benefit of an enclosed private rear garden and integral garage along with off-road parking for several

vehicles. The property briefly comprises: entrance lobby, study, sitting room, dining room, kitchen with

utility and rear lobby. First floor: master bedroom with en-suite, two further bedrooms and a family

bathroom.

Energy Rating TBC

Offers Around £319,950

Viewing: Matlock Office

Offers Around £270,000

S.S.T.C. WITHIN 7 DAYS

Bakewell

6 Catcliffe Close

This superbly presented two double bedroom semi-detached

bungalow MUST BE VIEWED to do full justice. Having the added

benefit of a loft room currently used as an occasional multi-use

space, complete with en-suite shower room. Having been recently

updated to include a modern and luxurious kitchen and shower

room, bespoke designed for a more elderly client. Hallway, living

room with stunning views and gas fire, kitchen with a range of

appliances, conservatory with underfloor heating and lovely views

over the town, master double bedroom, second double bedroom

both with garden view. Driveway, single garage and low maintenance

garden with summer house.

Energy Rating D

Viewing: Bakewell Office

Offers Around £325,000

PROPERTIES AVAILABLE

TO RENT

Magclough House, Magclough Farm, Edge Road, Eyam S32 5QN

Newly decorated four bedroom farmhouse

£1300 PCM

North Lees Hall, Off Birley Lane, Hathersage S32 1BR

Grade II Listed three double bedroomed tower house

£1200 PCM

Apt 7 Endcliffe Court, Ashford Road, Bakewell DE45 1GT

Beautiful two double bedroom, luxury executive apartment

£825 PCM

Hillview, 15 Castleton Road, Hope S33 6SB

Two bedroom detached bungalow

£750 PCM

11 Crossland Road, Hathersage S32 1AN

Attractive stone built four bedroom terrace

£700 PCM

2 Lower Terrace Road, Tideswell SK17 8LX

Beautifully presented two bedroom cottage

£575 PCM

FOR A FULL UP-TO-DATE RENTAL LIST PLEASE CONTACT

OUR LETTINGS DEPARTMENT ON

0114 2688702

e-mail: lettings@saxtonmee.co.uk

RECEPTIONIST VACANCY

MATLOCK

We are a fast paced, forward thinking independent

estate agency with offices across Matlock,

Derbyshire, the Hope Valley, Dronfield and Sheffield.

Due to the success of our Matlock Office, we

are looking for an enthusiastic Sales Advisor to

join our existing team.

Customer service is our number one focus; therefore

the successful candidate should share our love for

property and also possess a love for helping people.

Computer skills including knowledge of email together

with excellent face to face and telephone manner is

essential and whilst previous Estate Agency experience

would be advantageous it is not essential as

full training will be provided.

This part-time role will require 2-3 days during the

week with alternate Saturday working.

Interested?

Please email a covering letter

together with CV

to judy.hudson@saxtonmee.co.uk

Matlock:

01629 828 250

Banner Cross:

0114 268 3241

Dronfield:

01246 290992

Hathersage:

01433 650009

Bakewell:

01629 815307


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NEW

NEW

GRINDLEFORD S32 2HE

Padley Cliff, Main Road Offers Around £475,000

A charming four bedroom Edwardian semi-detached family home occupying an elevated

position in picturesque village of Grindleford. This wonderful family home has a wealth of

period features including high ceilings, original picture rails and a wonderful ornate veranda.

From a broad entrance hall with cloakroom, the ground floor comprises, sitting room with

stove, bay windowed dining room, breakfast kitchen and versatile utility / boot room. From

the entrance hall, stairs rise to the first floor with two double bedrooms, a family bathroom

and further single bedroom. On the top floor a master bedroom with en-suite and store room

complete the accommodation. Outside, to the front of the property is a well-stocked garden

with patio terrace and covered veranda. To the rear of the property, accessed from Tedgness

Road, is a detached garage and potential for off road parking for two cars. The rear garden

features an extensive patio terrace, natural rock garden and area of lawn. EPC Rating E

VIEWING: Hathersage Office.

CALVER S32 3WZ

14 Lowside Close Offers Around £335,000

A three bedroom fully refurbished detached bungalow with superb views of Curbar Edge,

driveway parking and attached garage. This immaculately presented property has been

reconfigured and refurbished to a very high standard throughout and is offered to the market

with no onward chain. The accommodation is arranged over one floor and comprises,

entrance hall, sitting room, dining kitchen with brand new appliances, luxury bathroom and

three bedrooms. Outside, the property has driveway parking leading to a newly refurbished

attached garage. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with hedging providing a good

degree of privacy and the rear garden, which faces south, features a natural rock garden. An

internal viewing is essential to appreciate the superb accommodation complimented by low

maintenance and attractive gardens. EPC Rating C

VIEWING: Hathersage Office.

NEW

tideswell, sk17 8Pw

18 Pinfold crescent

A mid-terraced home at the head of a cul-de-sac adjacent to

open farmland at the southerly tip of this popular village

known as "The Cathedral of the Peak" due to the size of its

vast Grade I listed Norman church. Tideswell has reasonable

local amenities including a C of E primary school with a good

Ofsted rating. The village lies approximately equidistant

between Bakewell and Buxton and is a little under twenty

miles to the south west of Sheffield. Internally there are two

double bedrooms and a through lounge, kitchen and

bathroom. There is gas central heating. The home is subject

to the 3 year Derbyshire Dales Occupancy Clause.

EPC Rating E

VIEWING: Bakewell Office.

Offers Around £170,000

PROPERTY TO

BenstoR house, gReat hucklow sk17 8Rd

A lovely well-presented 4 bedroom family

home. Recently redecorated throughout and

having new carpets to the lounge and dining

area. Excellent catchment for both Lady

Manners and Hope Valley College. Part

Furnished. EPC Rating F

£1500 PCM

3 PRosPect teRRace, stanedge Road,

Bakewell de45 1dJ

A beautiful 2 bedroom mid-terraced cottage in

a highly sought after location in Bakewell. The

property comprises modern bathroom,

modern kitchen, dining and living combined,

patio, lawn and storage shed.

EPC Rating D

£700 PCM

hoBson cottage, Flagg, sk17 9QR

A stunning 2 double bedroom cottage set in the

heart of the countryside. The property consists

of 2 double bedrooms, 1 family bathroom, 1

en-suite, Living room, Kitchen diner and utility

room. Patio and Off-road parking.

EPC Rating E

£675 PCM

49 Yeld Road, Bakewell de45 1Fw

A well-presented refurbished and redecorated two double bedroom

family home. Situated in this extremely popular and highly regarded

town of Bakewell. EPC Rating D

£650 PCM

3 VictoRia cottages, Buxton Rd, Bakewell de45 1da

Situated in the market town of Bakewell is this well presented,

generously proportioned, one bedroomed stone built cottage. Internally

comprising living room, modern kitchen. One double bedroom.

EPC Rating D

£595 PCM

the cottage, towngate, BRadwell s33 9Jx

A recently repainted, two bedroom cottage in the beautiful rural village

of Bradwell. The property consists of kitchen diner, living room and family

bathroom. garden. Garage. Unfurnished. Pets negotiable. EPC Rating E.

TO OFFER HALF PRICE RENT FOR THE FIRST MONTH IF THE TENANCY

STARTS IN JANUARY 2017

£570 PCM

NEW

tideswell sk17 8le

the cottage, Market Place

Offers Around £309,950

A magnificent, double fronted, Victorian townhouse located

in the heart of Tideswell, with bright, spacious rooms and

lovely views of St John the Baptist church. The generous living

accommodation is arranged over two floors with many

period features including high ceilings, original fireplaces

and solid wood, double glazed sash windows. The ground

floor comprises entrance hall, dining kitchen, shower room

with WC, sitting room with family dining area and a versatile

further reception room, currently utilized as bedroom five. At

first floor level there is spacious landing with access to loft

space, four double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

EPC Rating D

VIEWING: Bakewell Office.

BAKEWELL BAKEWELL LETTINGS HATHERSAGE SURVEYS

01629 700699 01629 700695 01433 651888 0114 235 7741

DORE BANNER CROSS ROTHERHAM NETHERGREEN

0114 236 2420 0114 268 3388 01709 917 676 0114 268 9900


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Peak Advertiser 16th January 2017 – Page 25

Derbyshire's dedicated sales, acquisition and letting agents.

TOWNHEAD HOUSE

Eyam, Hope Valley, Derbyshire

A former 16th century coaching inn which has been converted to

offer a well-presented, spacious family home with the benefit of a

flexible annexe situated in the popular Peak District village of Eyam.

Entrance hall; sitting room; dining room; kitchen; snug; four bedrooms; family bathroom;

separate W.C.; annexe comprising utility room, shower room and large office/guest room;

off road parking for at least one car; pretty garden. EPC rating – E.

Guide price: £499,950 (subject to contract).

Viewing: By appointment with Caudwell & Co. on 01629 810018.

4 RED LION COTTAGES

Grindleford, Hope Valley, Derbyshire

A charming early 18th century freehold cottage featuring a lovely

garden with excellent views over the Hope Valley.

Sitting room; kitchen/dining room; snug area; study; boot room; master bedroom with en

suite shower room; two further bedrooms; family bathroom; terrace and rear garden. EPC

rating - C.

Guide price: £285,000 (subject to contract).

Viewing: By appointment with Caudwell & Co. on 01629 810018.

HIGHBURY

Grindleford, Hope Valley, Derbyshire

An immaculately presented five bedroom family house in an

elevated position on arguably the best road in Grindleford, available

to rent from mid-February.

Entrance hall leading to dining hall; drawing room; garden room; kitchen/breakfast room;

master bedroom with en suite; three/four further bedrooms; two bathrooms; integral

garage; games room/gym. EPC rating - E.

: £2,500 pcm.

Viewing: By appointment with Caudwell & Co. on 01629 810018.

BOWERS RAKE

Alport, Bakewell, Derbyshire

A large family home enjoying wonderful views over open

countryside and within a short drive of the market town of Bakewell,

available to let from February.

Entrance hall; three reception rooms; kitchen/breakfast room; master bedroom with

en suite shower room; four further bedrooms; family bathroom; shower room (en suite);

double garage; courtyard. EPC rating – F.

: £1,950 pcm.

Viewing: By appointment with Caudwell & Co. on 01629 810018.

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

Email: info@caudwellandco.com •www.caudwellandco.com


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Town & Country Property Specialists

For Town & Country Property Sales - We have the area covered!

Reproduced with kind permission of Threesixsevennine.

Just some of the properties sold in 2016 - Let Bagshaws sell your property in 2017

Bakewell office contacts

Ed Lawley

01629 812777

07815 733036

Philip Hulland

01629 812777

07973 982452

Aaron Cousins

01629 812777

07739 850310


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Peak Advertiser 16th January 2017 – Page 27

Town & Country Property Specialists

For Sale

The Smithy - Alderwasley

Guide Price: £530,000

A charming extended cottage occupying a pleasant rural location.

The Smithy is a three/four bedroom property with lovely views to the rear over rolling

countryside. A particular feature are the large outbuildings which accompany the

property and the rural outlook. EPC rating D.

Enquiries to: Ashbourne Office 01335 342201

Candleford Cottage - Mugginton Lane End

Guide Price: £475,000

Lovely character cottage, stables and land extending to approx. 2 acres (0.80 ha).

The charming accommodation has been sympathetically renovated and offers

versatile, deceptively spacious and practical accommodation for everyday living.

Three/four bedrooms, formal rear garden and detached garage. EPC rating E.

Enquiries to: Ashbourne Office 01335 342201

Land off Beeley Lane - Gladwins Mark, Chesterfield

Guide Price: Lot 1: £250,000; Guide Price: Lot 2: £60,000

An excellent opportunity to purchase approximately 44 acres (17.80 hectares) of

productive grassland with road access, available in two lots.

Lot 1: 35.80 acres (14.48 ha); Lot 2: 8.20 acres (3.32 ha)

Enquiries to: Bakewell Office 01629 812777

Swallows Nest - Darley Road, Stonedge

Guide Price: £250,000

An excellent opportunity to purchase a traditional stone barn converted into a high

specification two bedroom property, together with adjoining land all extending to

approximately 0.54 acres (0.22ha) EPC rating C.

Enquiries to: Bakewell Office 01629 812777

Future Auction Dates at Bakewell

Land off Sheffield Road - Dronfield

Guide Price: £140,000

A relatively flat parcel of land approximately 18.85 acres (7.62ha) including a strip of

woodland. The land is suitable for mowing and grazing.

Enquiries to: Bakewell Office 01629 812777

Bakewell Planning Clinic

Monday 16th January 2017

10.00am - 12.30pm at

The Agricultural Business Centre,

Bakewell

Free Clinic for people to discuss any

planning or farm development

proposals or concerns.

To book an appointment contact

Bakewell Office 01629 812777

Once again, we have a full programme of auction activity and

some dates for your diary include:

Monday 20th March - 3.00pm

Monday 22nd May - 3.00pm

Monday 17th July - 3.00pm

Monday 18th September - 3.00pm

Monday 30th October - 3.00pm

If you think your property would be suitable

for one of our auctions please contact us and

speak to our team of experts.

They will be delighted to offer free, impartial

advice about the best route for you to take to

maximise the potential of your property.

email: Bakewell@bagshaws.com

To find out more about Bagshaws,

please visit our website:

www.bagshaws.com

Ashbourne 01335 342201

Bakewell 01629 812777

Leek 01538 398466

Penkridge 01785 716600

Uttoxeter 01889 562811


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SCARGILL MA NN & CO.

CHARTERED SURVEYORS ESTATE AGENTS AUCTIONEERS RESIDENTIAL LETTING AGENTS

NEW

IDRIDGEHAY

NEW

KIRK IRETON

Offers around : £675,000

• Four bedroomed detached imposing residence with potential ancillary accommodation

• Planning permission granted for the erection of a detached bungalow within the grounds

• Oil fired central heating; Sealed unit double glazing; Guest cloakroom; Utility / boot room

• Sitting room and adjacent dining room sharing a two-way fireplace and wood burning stove

• Dining kitchen incorporating a feature fireplace and wood burning stove; Master en-suite

Offers around : £455,000

• Architect designed four bedroomed detached bungalow; Enjoying a large garden plot

• Potential to further extend (subject to planning); No upward chain; Oil central heating

• Guest cloakroom; Feature dining room with high ceiling; Sitting room with stove and views

• L-shaped fitted dining kitchen; Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom; Family bathroom

• Sweeping driveway; Detached double garage; Adjacent workshop; Rear garden with decked patio

LEA BRIDGE

NEW

YOULGRAVE

Offers around : £375,000

• Georgian Grade II Listed stone built character three bedroomed detached cottage

• Attractive foregarden; Rear gravelled / paved patio with views; Two outside stores

• Driveway; Additional separate garden with bridge access to the wild flower meadow

• NO UPWARD CHAIN; Gas fired central heating; Entrance hallway; Sitting room

• Fitted dining kitchen; Under stairs study area; Master en-suite; Family bathroom

Offers around : £259,950

• Two bedroomed end terraced property (originally comprised of three bedrooms)

• NO UPWARD CHAIN - Gas fired central heating; Sealed unit double glazing; Views

• Entrance hallway; Sitting room; Fitted dining kitchen; Under stairs storage cupboard

• Bedroom one with dressing room (originally a bedroom); Bedroom two; Bathroom

• Driveway for two vehicles; Rear lawned garden; Garden shed; Bankside garden

NEW

TWO DALES

NEW

BOLEHILL

NEW

WIRKSWORTH

NEW

WIRKSWORTH

Offers around : £164,500

Offers around : £149,950

Offers around : £129,950

Offers around : £124,950

• Fully rewired and re-plumbed - Two bedroomed semi-detached cottage

• NO UPWARD CHAIN - Newly fitted central heating; Sealed unit double glazing

• Sitting room with feature stone fireplace; Dining room with feature fireplace

• Newly fitted kitchen; Two bedrooms; Newly fitted first floor bathroom

• Low maintenance foregarden; Rear shared paved patio / courtyard garden

• Stone built mid-terraced cottage - potential to convert the attic with roof light

• Gas fired central heating; Sitting room with stone fireplace working cooker / fire

• Separate dining area with quarry tiled floor; Kitchen; Two bedrooms; Bathroom

• Cottage foregarden with stone flagged path and patio; Rear courtyard and store

• Separate garden area - NO UPWARD CHAIN - First time buyer / investor property

• Character one bedroomed detached cottage set in an idyllic location

• Living room / kitchen with feature stone fireplace and wood burning stove

• First floor is a bedroom with a useful mezzanine store area and a shower room

• Low maintenance gardens to the side and front with small patio area

• Close to Wirksworth town centre; Four miles from Carsington Water

• First time buyer / investor property - Two bedroomed mid-terraced property

• Allocated parking space and low maintenance garden; NO UPWARD CHAIN

• Gas fired central heating and sealed unit upvc double glazing; Open storm porch

• Living room: Fitted kitchen; Rear hallway with staircase; Under stairs cupboard

• Two first floor bedrooms and family bathroom – Viewing recommended

MATLOCK BATH

MATLOCK

CROMFORD

BELPER

TO

LET

TO

LET

TO

LET

TO

LET

£750 PCM

• Four bedroom double fronted detached; Within walking distance of local amenities

• Gas fired central heating; Part double glazed; Entrance hall; Two sitting rooms

• Dining room; Fitted kitchen; Utility room; Two double bedrooms both with en-suites

• Two further double bedrooms; Family bathroom with shower cubicle; Separate WC

• Parking is available after 6pm and upto 8.30am due to the business to the rear

£650 PCM

• Well presented two bedroom stone built cottage enjoying open views

• Highly convenient for local amenities; Sitting room with feature fireplace

• Conservatory; Stylish breakfast kitchen with range of appliances

• Two first floor bedrooms; Contemporary styled bathroom with separate shower

• Low maintenance fore garden and driveway providing off-street car standing

£475 PCM

• Two bedroomed character Arkwright cottage - original features throughout

• Gas fired central heating; Entrance lobby; Living room with feature fireplace

• Recently well fitted breakfast kitchen; Two bedrooms; Dressing room area

• Bathroom; Patio and garden area to rear; Outside stores - Within easy

reach of local amenities within Cromford which includes a primary school,

newsagents, hairdressers, church and hotel

£445 PCM

• Refurbished two double bedroom traditional terraced property

• Benefitting from gas fired central heating; Sealed unit double glazing

• Sitting room; Dining room; Modern kitchen; Principal bedroom

• Further double bedroom; Large modern first floor bathroom

• Off-street car parking; Rear garden - Good transport links to A38 / M1

39 Dale Road, Matlock 01629 584591; 37 St. John’s Street, Wirksworth 01629 823489

Also at: Ashbourne; Burton upon Trent; Derby; Tutbury; Uttoxeter

www.scargillmann.co.uk matlock@scargillmann.co.uk


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SOLD

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T 01629 760 899

M 07977 136 687

E enquiries@sallybotham.co.uk

www.sallybotham.co.uk

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27 Bank Road, Matlock

Derbyshire DE4 3NF

Associated Park Lane Office

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London W1K 7AG

T 0207 3187087

Darley Dale Offers Invited £269,950

Elton £290,000

NEW

Matlock £149,950

NEW

• Spacious Ground Floor Apartment

• Popular Retirement Village Location

• Two Bedrooms

• Breakfast Kitchen

• Sitting Room

• En-suite Shower Wet Room

• Family Bathroom

• Allocated Parking and Flagged Terrace

• Use of Communal Facilities. EPC=B

• Detached Dormer Bungalow

• STUNNING PANORAMIC RURAL VIEWS

• Three Bedrooms - 2 on the Ground Floor

• Bathroom and Ground Floor Shower Room

• Sitting Room with LOG BURNER

• Dining Room

• Kitchen with Conservatory/Porch Off

• Gardens to Front and Rear. EPC=D

• Spacious Ground Floor Apartment

• Ideally Located for Local Amenities

• Breakfast Kitchen

• Two Bedrooms

• Spacious Sitting Room

• Bathroom

• Private Terrace

• No Upward Chain. EPC=C

Matlock Bath £149,950

Matlock Bath £310,000

Darley Dale

Commercial Units

NEW

NEW

• Characterful Penthouse Apartment

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• Spacious Open Plan Living Dining Kitchen

• Two Bedrooms

• Family Bathroom

• Views Over the River

• No Upward Chain. EPC=D

• NEWLY REFURBISHED, Stone Built Period Home

• FIVE BEDROOMS

• Family Bathroom and En-Suite Shower Room

• Sitting Room with Multi-Fuel Stove

• Dining Room with Cast Iron Feature Fireplace

• Contemporary Fitted Kitchen

• Rear Garden

• Off-Road Parking. EPC=D

8a - 637 sq feet

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RV is £4350 - £684 per month.

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DISABILITY DERBYSHIRE

Coalition For Inclusive Living

Disability Derbyshire, also

known as DDCIL, is a

registered charity working

with and for disabled

people and their families

throughout Derbyshire.

We are a user-led

organisation meaning that

all our trustees are

disabled people who have

first-hand experience of

the daily challenges

disabled people can face.

We work locally, and in

partnership with local

organisations of disabled

Disability Derbyshire has a

BACP Accredited counselling

service for disabled people or

carers, as individuals or

couples, and parents and

carers of disabled children.

We can see clients across the whole of Derbyshire. Our

clients seek counselling for many different issues

including anxiety, depression, to help with confidence, to

address disabling influences in their lives, to improve

relationships with others and many other reasons.

An individual can contact us by:

Phone: 01773 740246 - ask for the Counselling

Coordinator

Email: counsell@dcil.org.uk

Letter: Disability Derbyshire, Park Road, Ripley,

Derbyshire DE5 3EF

Where counselling is offered following assessment this is

for up to 12 weeks at a venue to suit the client. Please

note we do not offer counselling in the home. There is no

charge for the counselling but a donation of £5 per

session is encouraged to go towards the work of the

Charity.

Quotes from clients...

The experience has been so helpful and has enabled

me to accept my situation and move on with a

much better quality of life.

DDCIL have helped me get back on my feet. I

don’t know where I am going yet, but at least I

am back on my feet, thanks to all at DDCIL

I felt counselling was a very safe

and welcoming place

The BACP Service Accreditation

Scheme helps the public and

practitioners identify services providing

a high standard of counselling /

physiotherapy

BACP Reference No. 100147

Survey Dept:

(0114) 235 7741

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Hazel

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07799 715343

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people around the country,

to support disabled people

to lead independent lives.

In addition to our BACP

Accredited Counselling

Service, we have our new

Wellbeing Support Group

which hopes to provide

mutual support,

SOROPTIMIST

INTERNATIONAL, BUXTON

The last meeting of the year

was held at the Old Hall,

Buxton, and Linda Fayers-

Haliin, one of our newer

members gave a fascinating

talk on Christmas customs

and legends. She spoke

about the tribal rites of the

winter solstice, the use of

the evergreen trees and

holly and mistletoe which

was sacred to the Druids.

The Christian Churches

took on many of these

traditional decorations and

JAMES BRINDLEY, A SON OF WORMHILL

Beside the main road in

several rivers including

Wormhill is a stone

the Mersey. Within

drinking fountain

three years,

inscribed ‘In memory

Bridgewater had

of James Brindley,

recovered his entire

Canal Engineer, Born

in this parish AD1716’.

For a true pioneer in

outlay.

The Schemer

Brindley went on to

the field of canal

construct the

engineering, this is a

Birmingham and

deceptively modest

Droitwich canals prior

inscription.

to his third major

Born in a cottage at

Tunstead, the young

undertaking, the Grand

Trunk – now the Trent

Brindley had no

& Mersey Canal –

schooling and followed

his father into farm

labouring. One of his

linking Liverpool, Hull

and Bristol. The potter

Josiah Wedgwood met

jobs was driving corn

all the costs, foreseeing

wagons to a grist mill on the commit everything to over the river Irwell by an enormous benefits to

Wye, where his fascination memory, whether carrying aqueduct. The scheme’s industry through a coast-tocoast

transport network.

with working machinery took out mill work or designing success ushered in a new

root. Aged 17, he became steam engines and pumping era for Great Britain. Coal By this time Brindley was

apprenticed to a millwright, machinery for coal mines. was key to the Industrial known, with great respect,

producing work of such a Tunnelled through the coal Revolution and transport as The Schemer. He never

high standard that

measures

costs were so dramatically overcame his illiteracy and in

customers began asking for A massive challenge was put reduced by Brindley’s canal spite of constructing several

him by name. Working to him by the Duke of that the price of coal at hundred miles of inland

without the benefit of Bridgewater, regarding the Manchester was halved. waterways, never became as

existing examples, his feasibility of constructing a In the 1770s that same wealthy as he deserved. He

genius was in observation canal to transport coal from design enabled the met an untimely death in

and planning. In 1742 the Duke’s estate at Worsley construction of a sough to September 1772, supposedly

Brindley set himself up in to Manchester. Brindley drain Speedwell mine at after a soaking while

Leek as an engineer and proposed a waterway Castleton in order to surveying a canal during a

millwright and 10 years later incorporating sections transport boats carrying lead storm.

built Leek corn mill. Yet he tunnelled through the coal ore and waste.

James Brindley is buried

remained illiterate, having to measures and to be carried Bridgewater funded at Newchapel Church,

Brindley’s second major Turnhurst. His birthplace in

venture into inland Tunstead fell into disrepair,

MATLOCK AND DISTRICT navigation: the 24-mile the site marked by a plaque

Manchester/Liverpool erected by Derbyshire

HARD OF HEARING CLUB Canal, built to traverse Archaeological Society.

extensive marshland and

Julie Bunting

Christmas lunch on 30th

November at Bakewell

Golf Club was a great

success. The weather

was surprisingly springlike,

as the coach drove

us through Chatsworth,

so that we could admire

the view.

On 12th December we

had the last meeting of the

year, back in the Imperial

encouragement and

reassurance in an informal

and friendly setting.

Meetings are held on

the third Thursday of every

month at: Matlock

Imperial Rooms, Imperial

Road, Matlock, Derbyshire

DE4 3NL

added stories and legends

of their own, in their

respective countries. In

England, during Cromwell's

time, he banned many of

the more joyful

celebrations, and the carol

singers took to the streets

when they were not allowed

to sing in Church. Thanks

were given to Linda, who

had obviously put in a great

deal of research. This was

an appropriate ending to a

good and busy year.

Rooms, Matlock, after

decorating was finished.

Members enjoyed a glass

of sherry or fruit juice,

while Bingo was played.

Tea and mince pies were

served, and then we

watched some films of

past outings and

Christmas parties, which

Tony Raybould, a member,

had taken.

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BAGSHAWS RESIDENTIAL HELPS RAISE

NEARLY £19,000 FOR CLIC SARGENT

Local estate agency

Bagshaws Residential in

Bakewell is proud to have

helped raise a recordbreaking

£18,605 in 2016 for

its chosen charity, CLIC

Sargent - the UK’s leading

charity for children and

young people with cancer

and their families. As part of

the national estate agency

network Sequence,

Bagshaws Residential has

been supporting CLIC

Sargent since 2001 and,

after raising more money

this year than any other year

before, has now raised in

excess of £390,000 over the

course of the partnership.

Sequence’s fundraising

efforts in 2016 have included

everything from personal

challenges like the London

Marathon, skydives and the

Prudential Ride London to

fun staff initiatives including

branch bake sales and dress

down days, a MINI bike

raffle, a football tournament

and the company’s annual

Partner’s Ball. Many

branches also got involved

in the much-loved

Christmas Jumper Day,

which this year raised a

staggering £1,500 alone.

Liz Agar, Branch

Manager at Bagshaws says:

“Our partnership with CLIC

Sargent is really valuable to

us and we all thoroughly

enjoy fundraising year after

year for such a worthwhile

cause. The work they do in

the fight for young lives

against cancer is so

important and we’re

extremely proud to be able

to contribute to and be a

part of that. We’re donating

such an impressive amount

to CLIC Sargent this year

and look forward to an even

bigger year of fundraising in

2017.”

Catherine Cadman,

Fundraising Manager at

CLIC Sargent comments:

“Everyone at Sequence has

surpassed themselves this

year with this impressive

sum of funds raised. It is so

amazing to see the

partnership go from strength

to strength. Thank you very

much as always to all the

employees for joining CLIC

Sargent in the fight for young

lives against cancer. We want

young cancer patients to

thrive, not just survive, and

with your support, you’re

helping us to do that. Here’s

to the year ahead!”

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and guide each young

cancer patient and their

family. They fight tirelessly

for them, individually, locally

and nationally, so that they

can focus on the important

things. For more

information please visit

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Derbyshire Districts Citizens Advice Bureau. Free, confidential and

independent advice for any problem including debt, housing,

employment, benefits, consumer, family and relationship. Telephone

0844 375 2712 for appointments/advice (Monday to Friday 10am-4pm.

Derbyshire Dales, Matlock Bureau, Town Hall, Matlock. Drop-in and

appointments Monday to Friday from 10am–2pm (with a limited

service after 2pm). Appointments also available across Derbyshire

Dales GP Surgeries in Ashbourne, Bakewell, Darley Dale, Matlock,

Winster, Wirksworth and Youlgreave – contact your surgery for details

and in Children’s Centres in Ashbourne ( call 01629 533800), Bakewell

(call 01629 533673) and Matlock (call 01629 581867).

High Peak, Buxton Bureau, 26 Spring Gardens, Buxton. Drop-in

Monday 9.30am-2pm and Wednesday 10am-12.00pm, appointments

Thursday 10am-2pm. High Peak, Glossop Bureau, 1st Floor Bradbury

Community House, Market St, Glossop. Appointments Monday 10am-

2pm, Drop-in Tuesday 5pm-7pm and Friday 10am-2pm. High Peak,

New Mills Bureau, Town Hall, New Mills. Appointments Tuesday

10am-2pm and drop-in Thursday 10am-2pm. Appointments also

available at Whaley Bridge Mechanics Institute (call 0844 375 2712)

and across High Peak GP Surgeries in Baslow, Buxton, Chapel-enle-Frith,

Gamesley, Glossop, Hadfield, Hartington, Hayfield, Hope

Valley, New Mills and Tideswell - contact your surgery for details and

in Children’s Centres in Chapel-en-le-Frith (call 01629 533680),

Fairfield (call 01298 74895), Gamesley (call 01457 728950), Glossop

(01629 531232, Hadfield (call 01457 860729), Harpur Hill (call 01298

74101) and New Mills (01629 533000).

EVERY THURSDAY

Art Class Youlgrave Reading Room. 2-4pm. For more details Diane Kettle

01629 636763. www.dianekettle.com

Baby Days Group Matlock Children’s Centre. 1.30-3pm. Aimed at 0-18

months. Play, nurture and development course. Tel. 01629 581867 to

reserve a place.

Bakewell Croquet Club meets on the Recreation Ground afternoons and

evenings during the playing season. Tel. Alan Reeves 01629 812603.

Bakewell Foodbank Bakewell Elim Pentecostal Church, 2A Station Yard,

Bakewell, DE45 1GE. 12-5pm. (Please tel. 01629 326002 first).

Bakewell U3A Bridge Group 1.30 for 1.45pm. medway Centre. Friendly

duplicate bridge sessions - ideal for players wanting to improve their basic

bridge. Just turn up or call Alison 01629 636192 or Sue 01629 814011.

Bamford Pre-School Playgroup meets during term time. Methodist

School Rooms, Main Road, Bamford. 9am-3pm. We now take children

from 2 years old. Caroline Hunter 07919 007770.

Baslow Bridge Players welcomes visitors and new members. Duplicate

bridge at Baslow Village Hall. 12.30-3.30pm (to be seated by 12.20pm).

Judy Barker 01246 583974.

Baslow Guides Baslow Church Rooms. 7.30-9pm. Further info. Kate 01246

582639 or Jo 01246 203868.

Basketball Under 11, 5.30-7pm. Adults 7.30-9pm. Hope Valley College.

Beaver Scout Group in term time. 6-7pm. Brigade Hall, Bath Street,

Bakewell, takes boys and girls from just before their 6th birthday, until

they are 8 years old. To be placed on our waiting list, or for info., please

ring Jackie Gladwin, Beaver Scout Leader, on 01629 650176.

Bell Ringing 8pm at St Giles church, visitors and beginners welcome

training given. Tel. 01629 583414 if interested.

Bell Ringing Practice in the Bell Tower, Bakewell Parish Church. 7.30-

9pm. For details tel. 01629 814521. Learners very welcome.

Boys’ Brigade 6.30-8.45pm, Matlock Methodist and United Reformed

Church, Bank Road, Matlock. Lads aged 6-19 years. Details on 01629

733346.

Bradwell Pre-School Group 9am-12noon at Bradwell Infant School,

Church Street, Bradwell, S33 9HJ. Contact Wendy Riley 07756 236563.

Buxton Musical Society Rehearsals - Buxton Methodist Church, 8-10pm.

Experienced singers welcome. www.buxtonmusicalsociety.org.uk

Buxton and District Lions Club meets every 2nd Thursday of the month.

Old Hall Hotel, Buxton. 8pm. Visitors and prospective members welcome.

Further info. Dan Blunt 01298 24677.

Carer/Toddler Group Bakewell Methodist Church Hall. 9.45am-12noon.

£2 per family. (Term time only).

Chatsworth Beaver Scouts ages 5 3 / 4 to 8 year olds. 5-6pm and 6-7pm.

Contact Amanda Griffiths on 07429 558237.

Chatsworth Scouts aged 10-14 year olds. 7-8.30pm. Contact Nick Griffiths

07429 538283.

Children’s Freestyle/Jazz Ballroom and Latin Dancing Classes Monyash

Village Hall. Term time only. Tel. Karen 01298 83388.

Clog Dancing in Hope Friendly group who enjoy dancing a variety of

different styles of traditional clog dancing to live music. 6.45-8pm in Loxley

Hall, Hope. Tel. Kate 01433 620051 or Jan 01433 670370.

Come Dancing Beginners Salsa, Ballroom, Sequence and Latin, 7pm.

Adult ballroom/Latin intermediate 8pm, advanced 9pm. Medway Centre,

Bakewell. 01298 23171.

Creative Coffee (First Thursday of the month). Cool River Café, Matlock.

8-9am. Informal meet up where people pop in for an in business-talk free

networking event. More info. derbys.creativecoffee.org.uk or twitter

@CCDerbys.

Cressbrook Band Practise 8-9.30pm. in ‘The Cressbrook’ (SK17 8SX).

Players of all standards welcome. We also offer tuition for learners - of all

ages.

P Morris

Builder & Roofer

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BUILDING AND RESTORATION

28 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE

All aspects of building and roofing work undertaken,

including property maintenance and plastering.

Free estimates and roof inspections

For an Efficient & Reliable Service

Call Paul on:

01433 631213 or

Mobile: 07834 838563

Come Dancing New Junior and Ballroom and Latin class, for girls and

boys of all ages, 6-7pm, Medway Centre, Bakewell. 01298 23171.

Cubs (8-10 1 / 2 years) 6-7.15pm. Hathersage Scout Headquarters. For more

info. John on 01433 651889. www.hathersage-scouts.org.uk

Curbar - All Saints’ Church. 10.30am. Eucharist.

Derwent Valley Flower Club Village Hall, Calver. First Thursday of each

month. Demonstration of flower arranging. 7.45pm. Tel. 01433 630161.

Desig-Knit Matlock based drop-in sociable knitting sessions. 6.30pm. Meet

every second Thursday of the month at Designate, Matlock.

Dove Holes Public Band Ambitious young band welcomes all young or

experienced players to rehearsals every Tuesday and Thursday. 1B Dale

Road, Dove Holes. 7.30pm. Contact Joanne Hollinrake 07970 039536.

Easy Meals The Hall, Wellspring Church, Wirksworth. 5.30-7pm. No

charge. Last Thursday of the month. Contact Sue Watts 01629 824596.

Explorers (14 years upwards). 7.30-9pm. Hathersage Scout Headquarters.

For more info. contact John on 01433 651889 or look on the website -

www.hathersage-scouts.org.uk

Fairfield (Buxton) Band Are you interested in music? Can you play an

instrument? Do you want to learn to play? Band practice. 7.30-9pm.

Contact Maureen 01298 25590.

Free Film Screenings Every Third Thursday from 6.30pm. Designate,

Matlock.

Grindleford and Eyam Playgroup Bishop Pavilion, Bridge Field. 9am-3pm.

Please speak to a member of our friendly staff team on 07842 095402.

Hackney Methodist Church Greenaway Lane, Hackney, nr. Matlock.

10.30am. Call in for a cuppa, lunch at noon.

Hartington Stay & Play Come and join our friendly, fun and creative

playgroup for the under 5’s. Meets term times 1.30-3pm in Hartington

Primary School. Fantastic Sensory Room for babies and tired carers,

indoor and outdoor play for more energetic tots. Price £1.50 includes

children’s healthy fruit snack and drinks for carers. Contact Anna Wardle

07526 696675.

Hope Detachment 5th (Derbyshire Cadet) BN WFR Old School House (off

Castleton Road, behind Church). 7-9pm. Tel. Lt D. Chauntry on 01298

27473 or SSI C. Royston on 07773 399980.

Kids Club (for Reception to school year 6) 3.45-4.45pm. Bakewell Elim

Pentecostal Church, 2A Station Yard, Bakewell, DE45 1GE.

Litton Baby & Toddler Group Litton School, term time. 1.30-3pm. All

welcome.

Life Skills Thursdays at the Wellbeing Hub, Unit 8, Lime Tree Business

Park, Lime Tree Road, Matlock, DE4 3EJ. Help with housing issues,

budgeting problems, seeking employment, IT knowledge and much more

from 12pm – 1pm. Cooking classes from 1–3pm. Attendance is free, drop

in! Contact: 01629 733915.

Little Explorers children aged 3 and over. Castleton Primary School. 1.30-

3.30pm. Further info. 01433 620630.

Litton Village Hall Play Group 1.30-3pm. All ages welcome. Healthy

snacks. Associated with Litton School. £1.50. Contact Litton School 01298

871449.

Little Sparkles (Toddler Group) 1.15-2.45pm. Bakewell Elim Pentecostal

Church, 2A Station Yard, Bakewell, DE45 1GE.

Matlock Bridge Club St Helen’s Church Hall, Darley Dale. Non members

welcome. Prompt start at 7pm. Membership £5. Tel. 01629 583706.

Matlock Edgefold Club Cash bingo. 8.30-10.45pm. More info. 01629

582374.

Matlock Library (Story, Song and Rhyme Time) 11-11.30am with a ‘stay

and play’ session afterwards. 01629 582480. All children aged 5 and under

are very welcome to participate and there is no charge for the activity. A

parent/carer is required to stay for the duration of the activity.

Matlock Trefoil Guild Dale Road Methodist Church Hall, Darley Dale, at

7.30pm. Tel. Sue on 55192 and Jennifer on 55959.

Matlock Walk, Jog, Run Meet at the tennis courts in Hall Leys Park. 5–

6pm.

Meditation 2pm in Calver. Amy 07977 049956.

www.alivehealthandbeauty.co.uk All money goes to charity.

Meditation class, during term times at Coach House Studios, Crown Yard,

Market Place, Wirksworth DE4 4ET 7.30 -9pm. Suitable for those wishing

to begin or deepen their meditation practice. Everyone welcome. No need

to book. £5 per class. 01629 581585 www.heartjewel.org.uk

Messy Play Matlock Children’s Centre. Learning through play 0-5 years.

10.30am–12noon. Children to wear old clothes. No need to book.

Mobility Class Baslow Village Hall. 11am-12noon. Gentle and therapeutic

mobility programme designed for people who are less-abled or just want

to remain mobile. £2 a class. All exercises medically approved by doctors

and physios at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital. More info. Tel. Mrs Kate

Riley 0114 2350491 and 07790 464770.

NHS Falls Prevention Clinic 1.30pm. Court Room Gallery, Bakewell Town

Hall. Call Michelle 01629 815168.

Open Door Coffee Shop at All Saints’ Church, Bakewell. From 11am-3pm

(11am-2pm in the winter) - serving drinks, cakes and light lunches.

Otter Tots Swim School 9.30-11.30am. During term time only at S.

Anselm’s School, Bakewell. For all babies and pre-school children.

Contact Victoria 07944 391362. victoria@ottertots.com. www.ottertots.com.

Peak Pre-School Stanton in the Peak Primary School. 9am-2pm. Limited

spaces now available. Please contact Cathy (Supervisor) on 07799 084244.

Peak Paddlers canoe and kayak club. Sessions at Buxton pool and

Errwood reservoir. e-mail Peakpaddlers@yahoo.co.uk or see

www.peakpaddlers.co.uk for more details.

Photoshop and Light room Workshop is available most Thursday

afternoons at 1.30pm in the Village Hall, Over Haddon. Join Jim

Edmondson to improve your digital photo skills. Beginners intermediate

and advanced workers are all welcome. The workshop is free but a £1.50

fee is payable to the village hall. More details Jim on 01629 812025.

Pilates in Bakewell 9.45-10.45am, 11am-12pm, 6-7pm, 7-8pm. Teresa

Tinklin 07906 312372, bodyhealthpilates.co.uk

Pilates in Hathersage Memorial Hall 9.30-10.30am

Improver/intermediate; 10.45-11.45am Gentle Improvers; 12-1pm

Beginners. Caroline North 0781 722 0324, email -

caroline1north@btinternet.com

Play and Praise! Parents and carers and their preschool kids are welcome

to St Helen’s Church, Grindleford. 9.15-11.30am, with stories, craft and

activities, songs, snacks, refreshments for parents, and a friendly welcome

for all. Just turn up or contact Sophie on 01433 639378.

Prize Bingo Biggin Village Hall, nr Hartington. 7.30-9pm. All ages

welcome. Refreshments available. Mary 01298 84326.

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• Structural retaining walls

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• Digger and driver hire (various sizes available)

Please contact Will on 01629 56391 or 07796 648489

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ADDITIONAL INSCRIPTIONS

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for Brochures / Quotations or Advice

Coming Events

SAG (Stitch and Gossip) Friendly, eclectic group with varying levels of skill.

All welcome. 6.30pm. Tansley Community Hall. £3 per night.

Scouts (10 1 / 2 -14 years) 7.30-9pm. Hathersage Scout Headquarters. John

on 01433 651889 or look on the website - www.hathersage-scouts.org.uk

Sew Need A Drink Matlock based drop in sociable sewing group. 8pm.

Meet every first Thursday of the month at Designate, Matlock. 01629

760033.

Stay and Play Wirksworth Childrens Centre. 9.45-11.15am. Fun weekly

session for parents/grandparents/carers and children 0-5 years. 01629

531240.

Stay Play and Weigh a learning through play session that includes

listening, talking, playing, singing, sharing books and having fun. First

Thursday of each month. Includes a health visitor drop-in. 1.30-3pm. At

Harpur Hill Children’s Centre, Buxton. No need to book. Tel. 01298 74101.

Free of charge.

Stitch Knit and Natter 2-4pm. Whitworth Centre, Darley Dale. Be assured

of a warm, friendly welcome. Just come along or contact Jane (01629

760599).

Stoney Middleton Bible Study (including food) in a village home. Anyone

from nearby villages would be made very welcome. Ring Robin Scothern

on 01433 631880 for more info or email robinscothern@gmail.com.

Tai Chi any age any ability at Matlock Imperial Rooms. 1.15-2.45pm. D.C.C.

approved tutor. Contact Alan Box

01246 279515.

T'ai Chi Group Matlock 6-7.30pm.

Relax and keep fit. Beginners

welcome.

Tai Chi Bamford village institute. 10-

11.30am. Alan Box 01246 279515.

The Crafty Bunch Meet last

Thursday of the month. 5-9pm. The

Edensor Tea Cottage. Food and drink

available. No fee/member subscription. All crafts welcome and a lot of

chat! Sewing, crochet, knitting, card making, baking, woodwork, art,

printing etc.. More info. Contact Heather 07814 616183 or

byard.heather@yahoo.com

Volunteer Rangers, Denefields Matlock Weekly environmental activities

at ancient hay meadow site. Contact Karen Camara 07966 883253,

karen.camara@groundwork.org.uk

Walking Football at Baslow The over 50’s are welcome to enjoy the

beautiful game at a slower pace. 10am at Baslow Multi-use Games Area

within the Baslow Sports Field complex DE45 1SP. Onsite free parking

available. £3 per session - just turn up and ask for Ray or Helen.

Weekly Led Rides For All at Carsington Water Every Thursday morning

leaving from Carsington Water Cycle Hire at Carsington Water – 10 am.

Rides are delivered by fully trained cycle leaders and are intended to get

more people active, becoming more social and enjoying the open air, which

will help to boost fitness levels, mood and general health and well-being.

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 £6.00. Free parking available – please ask

at the Cycle Hire Centre. For more info contact

ruth.taylor@derbyshiredales.gov.uk

Whist Drive Fairfield Methodist Church. 8-10pm. £2 inc. refreshments. In

aid of special needs children and riding school for disabled children in

Buxton. 01298 71850.

Wirksworth Area Community Orchestra 7.45pm. Parish Rooms,

Wirksworth. Contact 01629 824055 or mail@wirksworth-orchestra.org

Wirksworth Badminton Club 7.30–9.30pm. Wirksworth Leisure Centre,

for more info. please contact Bill Simpson (club secretary) on 01629

760294.

Wirksworth Library (Rhythm & Rhyme Sing-a-long Time). 2.15- 2.45pm,

free event! 01629 823173. All children aged 5 and under are very welcome.

A parent/carer is required to stay for the duration of the activity.

Writers in the Peak writing group. 7-9pm. Rutland Hotel, Bakewell. New

members welcome. Watch out for extra workshops coming up.

https://writersinthepeak.wordpress.com

Yoga Classes (evening). Friends’ Meeting House, Bakewell. Contact Jan

Chappell 01629 812960.

Youlgrave Silver Band Practice Juniors with lessons 7 till 7.30pm.

Youlgrave Methodist Church Hall, Coldwell End. Sec - 01629 630202.

EVERY FRIDAY

Bakewell and District Friday Group Medway Centre, Bakewell. All day.

Lunch and entertainment for older people. Transport provided. Contact

Val Green 01629 813825.

Bakewell Flower Club meet third Friday of the month. Main Hall, The

Medway Centre, Bakewell. 7.30pm. Visitors very welcome, pay at the door.

No meetings in December/January.

Bakewell Methodist Church Badminton Club Wesley Hall, Bakewell

Methodist Church. 8.15-10pm. Tel. Jennifer Morewood 01629 812299.

Doreen Gammage 01629 813714.

Bakewell Scouts Brigade Hall, Bath Street, Bakewell. 7.30-9pm. Please

contact Peter Marlor on 01629 813706.

Bamford Pre-School Playgroup 9am-12noon. See Thursday’s Events for

further details.

Bamford Tennis Club Junior coaching from 4.15pm. Tel. 01433 651559 for

further details.

Buggy Walk meeting at the Bandstand in Hall Leys Park, Matlock from

11am–12pm.

Bradwell Pre-School Group 9am-12noon at Bradwell Infant School,

Church Street, Bradwell, S33 9HJ. Netherside. Contact Wendy Riley 07756

236563.

Bradwell Teddy Bear Club Parent, Baby and Toddler Group) meet at the

Methodist Schoolrooms, Bradwell (opp. White Hart Pub) from 9.30-

11.30am. All welcome. Further info. contact Isabel 07817 660839.

Brassington Mini Monkeys Brassington Village Hall. 1.30-3pm. All

welcome from pregnancy and beyond. £1 entry, refreshments provided.

Castleton Music Group Running twice a month with two different teachers.

One has an emphasis on music and one singing. Tel. Emma on 01433

621595 or 07890 050 196 or Denewood.bandb@virgin.net to check the next

session.

Castleton Toddler Group 9.45am-11.45pm Castleton Village Hall, How

Lane, Castleton. Further info. Emma on 07890 050 196. Email for

programme of events on Denewood.bandb@virgin.net.

Connecting Friday’s at the Wellbeing Hub Unit 8, Lime Tree Business

Park, Lime Tree Road, Matlock, DE4 3EJ. Short local walks with a friendly

group! Feel free to pop into the Wellbeing Hub from 12pm for a coffee,

before the walk leads around 2pm! Attendance is free, drop in! Contact:

01629 733915.

Cromford Community Band Cromford Methodist Church, Water Lane,

Cromford. 6.45-8pm. We invite enthusiastic musicians of all abilities, aged

10 years to adults to join us. Tel. 01629 823512.

TELESCOPIC

HANDLERS,

BOBCATS, DUMPERS

& RIDE-ON ROLLER

Available 24 hours, 7 days a week

Save money, recycle your waste into a

usable aggregate. No skips, no expense!

PLEASE NOTE: If you have had a

regular event with us which is still listed

and no longer runs can you please get

in touch with Nicky on 01629 812159 or

email whatson@peak-advertiser.co.uk

so we can delete it from the paper.

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Tarmacadam • Bitumen • Asphalt Surfacing

Block Paving • Natural Cobble Setts

Free Quotations and Advice

We have over 40 years’

experience carrying out all

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IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING HAVING ANY

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We also carry out all types of groundwork from

foundations to drains and kerbing.

Telephone 01629 732122 or 07950495727

Darley Dale Croquet Club, Whitworth Park 1-5pm. Golf croquet, a simple

fun and social game for all. Tel. David Gregory (01629 732455).

Derbyshire Toy Libraries Matlock 10am-12noon. Parents, carers,

childminders and children in the local community and surrounding areas

are invited to “Come, Play and Take Away”. ‘Stay & Play’ session fee is £3

per family for up to three children. Additional visitors & children will be

charged an additional 75p each. For further info. info@toylibraries.org or

0845 0093019.

Edale School - Stay and Play at Edale pre-school playgroup. 2-3.30pm at

Edale School. Come and join our friendly group of parents, babies and

toddlers for indoor and outdoor play, stories and singing. Contact 01433

670280.

Fair Trade Coffee Stop at Tansley Methodist Church 10am-12 noon. Tea,

coffee, refreshments and sale of Fair Trade food stuffs. Homemade soup

and sweet served 11.45am-1pm every 1st and 3rd Friday. Everyone

welcome.

Film Friday every other Friday, Court Room Gallery, 7.30pm Bakewell

Town Hall. www.bakewelltownhall.co.uk

Flagg Tiddleypeeps Under 5’s. Flagg Village Hall. This is a lively, thriving

group with families from Flagg, Tideswell, Hartington as well as

surrounding villages. 9-11.30am. Tel. 01298 85208.

Grindleford and Eyam Playgroup 9.30am-1.30pm. Bishop Pavilion, Bridge

Field. Mud kitchen toddler session also run 10-11.30am. £2 per child entry.

Please speak to a member of our friendly staff team on 07842 095402.

Hathersage Mother & Toddler Group 10am-12noon. Hathersage

Memorial Hall.

Hope Valley Country Market 9.30-

11.15am, Hathersage Methodist

Church Hall. Home baking,

preserves, crafts, plants. New

bakers welcome. Tel. Liz Riley 01433

651178 or Dorothy Vernon 01433

620297.

Hope Valley Toy Library 2nd and 4th

Fridays 2-4pm at Hope Valley

Primary School. Vanessa 01433 639750 or Tina 01433 631191.

Indoor Short Mat Bowling Bishop Pursglove School, Tideswell (next to the

sports complex). 6.30pm. Bring flat soled shoes. Tel. John 07850 534002.

Interested in playing table tennis? Then get yourself down to the

Whitworth Academy, Dale Road North, Darley Dale.7-10pm, qualified

coaching for league players or just beginning. We have it all! £3 for seniors

or £2 for under 18.

‘Little Explorers’ An informal play session for pre-school children

including messy play, arts and crafts, music, fitness and stories. 10.30-

11.30am. Harpur Hill Children’s Centre, Buxton. Tel. 01298 74101 to book.

Free of charge.

Matlock Bridge Club Hosted improvers’ session. St Helen’s Church Hall,

Darley Dale. Non-members welcome. 1-4pm. Membership £5. Tel. 01629

583706.

Matlock and District Rifle Club Contact Len Webster 01629 584797.

Matlock Gilbert and Sullivan Society meets from 7.30-9.30pm at All

Saints’ Church Hall, Smedley Street, Matlock. New members welcomed.

Contact Nic Wilson 01629 812276.

Matlock Record Club second Friday of the month at Designate, Matlock.

8pm.

Otter Tots Swim School See Thursdays Events for further information.

Parwich Toddler Group Parwich Memorial Hall, 2.30-4.30pm. We are a

very friendly group. Wide range of toys and activities for babies and children

aged 0-5. Refreshments. Cost £2.50. 01335 390778.

Pilsley Toddler Group 9-10.30am (term time only). At Pilsley School.

Soup and Cob Community Room at Holloway Methodist Church. 12-2pm.

All welcome. Steve Bennett 01629 822456 or just turn up.

Starkholmes Mother and Toddler Group meets from 1.30-3.30pm and

throughout the school holidays. At the Starkholmes Village Hall.

Stoney Middleton Youth Club (SYP) is a popular group for young people

aged 10+ that meet in the Village Chapel every term time Friday. As well

as competitive games, tuck shop and regular outings (lazer quest, bowling,

camping and crazy golf), there will be a short Bible message. Ring Claire

Scothern on 01433 631880 for more info or email

robinscothern@gmail.com

Storytelling Cafe Imperial Rooms Matlock. 7.30pm. Tickets £7.

Refreshments available or BYO. First Friday every month. Contact Rachel

01629 580023.

Street Games multi sports drop in sessions for 14 – 19 year olds,

Cavendish Playing Fields, Cavendish Road, Matlock, 7.00pm – 8.00pm.

Tideswell Band rehearse at the Youth Club Building. 7.30-9pm. Contact

Simon Lewis for details 07762 797595.

Tideswell Library (Storytime) During term 2-2.30pm. 01298 871769. All

children aged 5 and under are very welcome to participate. No charge for

the activity. A parent/carer is required to stay for the duration of the activity.

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.

Weekly Guided Meditation Classes at Heart Jewel Kadampa Buddhist

Centre, Matlock Bath. 10.30am-12 noon term time. Suitable for beginners.

Everyone welcome. Drop in classes - no need to book. £5 per class. Tel.

01629 581585 or see our website www.heartjewel.org.uk

Whist Drive 7.30pm. Great Longstone Village Hall. Raffle. Entry £1 incl.

refreshments.

Zen in the Peak District 7pm Meditation practice, instruction and help,

near Matlock Bath. Contact jibul@kwanumzen.org.uk or visit

www.kwanumzen.org.uk/The Peak/ for more info.

Zumba Baslow Village Hall. 9.15am. Contact Claire 07990 771155.

EVERY SATURDAY

Aikido 10.30-12.30 Assembly Room Theatre, Bakewell Town Hall. Call

Kirsten 0771 2541330

Bakewell Croquet Club meets on the Recreation Ground from 10am

during the playing season. Contact Alan Reeves 01629 812603.

Bingo 8.30pm, Bakewell Working Men’s and Social Club, Butts Road,

Bakewell.

Breeze Bike Rides 2nd Saturday of each month. To promote cycling fitness

and confidence in women who have some experience of riding on roads.

Start from Whitworth Centre, routes varied but centre around Darley Dale.

The overall duration is 3 hours 45 minutes (3 hours cycling). There will be

a tearoom stop. Cycling helmets are advised, please bring with you, water

bottle, spare inner tube and waterproof. The rides are free but places have

to be booked RSVP through the website: http://www.goskyride.com/breeze

Chatsworth Bowling Club April-Sept. 5-7.30pm. Open night. Beginners

and new members welcome. 01246 567478 or 01629 814439.

Darley Dale Croquet Club See Friday’s Events for further details.

Free Family Film Screenings Every Saturday from 3pm. Designate,

Matlock.

Hathersage Farmers Market 1st Saturday of each month. Hathersage

Memorial Hall from 10am-2pm. Contact Gemma Facer 07931 960770.

Hathersage Painters Every other Saturday at Hathersage Bell Room.

10am-1pm. Contact Audrey Hague 01433 621266.

Jog Youlgrave Take your first steps

to fitness with Jog Derbyshire’s

New Year’s campaign. Suitable for

beginners. Meet Youlgrave Scout

Hut, 10.30am.

Juggling Club Circus skills

practice. 6-8pm. St Annes Centre,

Hardwick Square West, Buxton. All

ages and abilities welcome. Tel.

07791 657863 for details.

Matlock Cycling Club 9.15am.

Start from the car park opposite

Stanley Fearn’s Bike Shop,

Matlock. Morning mountain bike

ride. Tony Holmes 01629 734753.

Matlock Farmers’ Market held on

third Saturday of each month in the

Imperial Rooms from 9am-2pm.

Open Door Coffee Shop See

Thursday’s Events for further details.

Rugby Bakewell Mannerians

RUFC. 1st XV Matches on the

showground, Bakewell. (KO varies

2 or 3pm). Contact Ed Hutchinson

07771916471 or see

www.bakewellrugby.org.uk

Peak Advertiser Office: (01629) 812159

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Call us on either 01629 56916

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PLUMBING & HEATING ENGINEER

68 Wolds Rise, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3HJ

Telephone 01629 584450 Mobile 07831 596309

ESTABLISHED OVER 20 YEARS

Specialists in installations of central heating systems

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All aspects of gas work undertaken, including gas fires,

cookers, landlords’ gas safety checks and installation

of new bathrooms.

Free quotes and estimates. A tiling service can be

provided.

Competitive prices for combination boiler

installation or upgrade. We will try to beat all

genuine quotes.

It is our policy to make sure you are happy

with the service we are providing. All our

operatives are fully qualified plumbing

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G. Scott Windows

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All aspects of plastic and wooden

windows and doors undertaken.

Replacement double glazing

and repairs also available.

15 years’ experience

Please call Graham for a free quote and advice on

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PEAK DISTRICT

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Tryumphant Trotters - Jog into January, take your first steps to fitness

with Jog Derbyshire’s New Year’s campaign. Suitable for beginners. Meet

at the Chatsworth Park Estate Offices Car Park. DE45 1PJ, 11.30am.

Whist Drive Queen’s Court Sheltered Accommodation, Queen’s Road,

Fairfield, Buxton. 7.30pm.

EVERY SUNDAY

Afternoon Celebration Service (with Kids Church) 4.30-6pm. Bakewell

Elim Pentecostal Church, 2A Station Yard, Bakewell, DE45 1GE.

Bakewell Parish Church Sunday School – called Explorers. Anyone

between the ages of 3 and 11 is warmly welcomed. 10.45-12noon. At

church.

Bakewell Society of Friends’ (Quakers) Sunday Meeting for Worship

10.30am at the Meeting House on Matlock Road. Young People’s Meeting

10.30am every Sunday with regular activities such as swimming and

cooking. Contact Roger Clarke 01629 582122 or bakewell@quaker.org.uk

or www.bakewellquakers.org

Bakewell Methodist Church Services 10.30am and 6pm on the first, third

and fifth Sundays. Junior Church/Seekers at 10.45am. Seekers age groups

3-5, 6-10 and 11+. Creche available.

Baslow Methodist Church (School Lane). Sunday Worship. 10.30am.

Baslow Methodist Church Community Café Second Saturday of the

month. 10.30am-3.30pm. Home cooked food, no charge, donations only.

All welcome.

Bright Theories Jog into January, take your first steps to fitness with Jog

Derbyshire’s New Year’s campaign. Suitable for beginners. Meet at the

Whitworth Centre, Station Road, Darley Dale, 8.30am.

Buxton Model Boat Club seeks new members of all ages and abilities to

join us between 9am and 2pm, at the large lake in the Pavilion Gardens,

Buxton. For contact and membership details, please visit

www.buxtonmodelboatclub.co.uk

Church in the Peak (Newfrontiers) 10.30am. At County Hall, Matlock. For

more details call 01629 584783, email hello@churchinthepeak.org or

visit churchinthepeak.org. You are very welcome to join us!

Come Dancing Adult ballroom/Latin beginners 6.45pm, intermediate

7.45pm. St Peters Hall, Buxton. 01298 23171.

Cromford Methodist Church Sunday Worship 10.30am followed by coffee.

Details from Rev. Dr. Robert Foster 01773 839795. All welcome.

Curbar All Saints’ Church - 10.30am Parish Eucharist.

Dales Christian Spiritualist Church Mencap Society, Greenaway Lane,

Darley Dale. Through the school yard. 6.30pm. Divine Service and

Clairvoyance. Warm welcome to everyone.

Dale Road Methodist Church, Darley Dale invites you to our Sunday

Services. 10.30am. Morning worship for all age groups followed by coffee

and chat. 6.30pm. Evening worship.

Darley Dale St Helen’s Church Sunday services. 11am. Holy Communion

on the first, third and fourth Sundays. 8am Holy Communion (BCP) on the

second Sunday and All Age Worship 11am. Cafe Church on the 4th Sunday

5pm in the Church Hall beginning with a bring and share meal. Everyone

welcome.

Darley Dale Croquet Club See Friday’s Events for further details.

Enjoy Narrow Gauge Train Rides on the Steeple Grange Light Railway. Off

High Peak Trail between Black Rocks and National Stone Centre

Wirksworth. 12noon-5pm. 01246 235497. www.steeplegrange.co.uk

Fairfield (Buxton) Band Are you interested in music? Can you play an

instrument? Do you want to learn to play? Band practice. 7.30-9pm.

Contact Maureen 01298 25590.

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Darley Hillside Methodist Church Morning services 10.30am. Junior

church children welcome from age 3.

Family Service Gospel Hall, North Church Street, Bakewell. 11.30am-

12.15pm.

Hackney Methodist Church Greenaway Lane, Hackney, nr. Matlock.

10.30am. Worship followed by refreshments.

Hathersage Methodist Church meets for worship and fellowship at

10.30am. Check out our website www.hathersagemethodist.org.uk

Holloway Methodist Church Sunday Worship 10.30am followed by coffee.

Details from Rev. Dr. Robert Foster 01773 839795. All welcome.

Junior Mini Rugby Ages 6-13 years old. Bakewell Mannerians RUFC

Training. 10.30am-12noon. The Showground, Bakewell. Contact James

Adams 07779 587841, or see www.bakewellrugby.org.uk for more details.

Kidzone An action packed time of games and activities and learning about

God. For 6-11 year olds. 10.45am-12.15pm. At County Hall, Matlock.

Organised by Church in the Peak. Contact Chris Cookman 01629 582851.

Lea Chapel Main Rd., Upper Lea, Lea. Sunday evening worship service

6.30pm. All welcome!!

Matlock Methodist & United Reformed Church Sunday Services 1st

Sunday of the month 9.30am and 10.45am. 3rd Sunday of the month

6.30pm. Coffee after service.

Matlock and District Tennis Club Social play. From 10am. Venue: Audley

Court, Darley Dale. Club chair; Tony Barrable, secretary: Trish Barrable

tel: 01629 56531.

Messy Church at Bakewell Parish Church (every first Sunday in the

month). Informal craft based service for all ages finishing with breakfast

together. From 9.15am. Tel. 01629 813736 email

messychurchbakewellchurch.co.uk

Old Chapel, Great Hucklow (Unitarian) Weekly worship. 10.30am. Further

details from Liz Shaw. 01433 630541.

Peak Rail Travel on a preserved steam railway through beautiful

countryside between Rowsley and Matlock. Onboard buffet and bar,

restaurant coaches, station tearoom and buffet, gift and book shops free

parking. Open all year, contact 01629 580381 for details.

Peak Walking Group Walks with like-minded people around Peak District

National Park every Sunday. All walks are varied between 7-12 miles and

are all circular. Own transport needed. www.peakwalkinggroup.co.uk.

Contact 01246 853155

Rowsley Methodist Chapel Sunday service. 2.30pm.

Sterndale Moor Social Club (SK17 9QB): Indoor Table Top and Hard-

Standing Car Boot (Hosted by Treasure Trove Fairs) 7am-12pm (just off

A515 near Buxton). £7 per car/£8 small van/£9 large van. Tel: 07827 810349

or 07758 112020 or 07966 445452 for details or email:

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Stanton Lees Chapel (off A6, near Darley Dale). Independent evangelical

Church. Services at 2.30pm and 6.30pm. www.stantonleeschapel.org.uk

The Living Hope Church 10.30am. Hathersage Memorial Hall, Oddfellows

Road, for praise, worship and ministry from God’s word. More details and

because we occasionally meet at other venues, contact Pastor Tim Pritt

01433 650942.

Wellspring Church Wirksworth Sunday Worship 10.30am followed by

coffee and 6pm. Details from Rev. Dr. Robert Foster 01773 839795. or just

turn up.

Wirksworth Netball Club Youth (under 18)/Junior Players (year 6). During

term time. 10am-12noon. Wirksworth Leisure Centre. Joy Cooke 01629

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Tansley Methodist Church Morning Service 10.30am followed by coffee.

Evening Service 6pm. Rev. Keith Bamford 01629 259128.

Zen in the Peak District 11am. Meditation practice, instruction and help

followed by vegetarian lunch and afternoon talk and walk for those who

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EVERY DAY

Bakewell Pre School Playgroup We offer flexible three hour sessions; 2

to school age. Mon-Fri, 9am-12 noon, St John Hall, Bakewell. Call in or

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Bakewell Nursery School We welcome children from 3 months to 5 years.

Free flexible sessions for eligible 2, 3 and 4 year olds. Open 52 weeks of

the year 8am-6pm. Contact Mrs J.M. Teale, Head of the Nursery on 01629

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Biggin by Hartington Pre-School Ofsted approved. 8.45-12.30pm. 2-4 yrs.

Contact Lisa Blood 07527 185969/Linda Kirkham 01298 687465.

Brassington Pre-School for 2+ year olds in village hall, Brassington.

Mon/Tues/Thur/Fri 9.15am-12.15pm. Wed 9.15am-12.15pm and 12.15-

3pm. Contact Andrea Brandon 01629 540855.

Breakfast Club at Castleton. 7.45-8.45am. 07890 050196/01433 620630.

Cromford Pre-School Playgroup Mon. 12noon-3pm, Tue-Fri 9am-12noon.

Tel. 07905 937371 during session time or call in.

Flagg Nursery School provides top quality free nursery education. Open

from 8.15am-3.15pm. Tel. 01298 85208.

Free Children’s Competition at the Painted Plate, Eyam. Open for pottery

painting. Tel. 01433 639200.

Holloway Playgroup Florence Nightingale Village Hall, Mill Lane,

Holloway. 9.15-12.15pm, Mon-Fri during term time. Tel. Lex 07838 044153

for a free trial session or Holloway Playgroup in session times on 07813

501731.

Darley Churchtown Out of School Club Breakfast Club. 8-8.50am. After

School Club 3.15-6pm. During term time only. Tel. Mrs S. Wood 01629

735851.

Great Longstone Pre-School The Old School House, Main Street, Great

Longstone. Term time 9.15am-12.15pm. Please phone 01629 640842.

Matlock Pre-School Playgroup 205 Smedley Street, Matlock. Session

times 8.50-11.50am and 12.30-3.30pm. Tel. 01629 583639 during session

times.

Parwich Pre-School Stepping Stones 9am-12noon. Parwich Memorial

Hall. Details call Helen 01335 346317 after 2pm.

Matlock Bath Pre-School meets Mon and Fri 9am-12noon.

Tues/Wed/Thurs noon-3pm. Now offering 8.30am-4pm at the Community

Room, Grand Pavilion. Tel. Sarah Stephenson 07870 525001. email

info@matlockbathpreschool.co.uk

Peak Time Kids Club Hathersage after-school club in its own building

on Hathersage School site. 3.15-6pm during school term time and from

8am-6pm during school holidays. Tel. Lynne Condon on 01433 650004.

Pilsley Pre-School Nursery 12.45-3.15pm in the Early Years Suite. If you

would like to register your child, please contact the school on 01246

583203.

Rowsley Pre-School Village Hall. Open daily Mon-Fri. 9am-4pm. Children

taken from 2 yrs and free places for 3 and 4 yr olds. Also open from 9am-

4pm providing before and after school and a holiday club. Tel. Julie Wood

07918 792480.

South Darley Pre-School Playgroup at Winster. For children 2, 3 and

4 years upwards. The Burton Institute, West Bank, Winster. Mon, Wed

and Thurs 9am-12 and 12-3pm. Tues, and Fri 9am-12. Kirsty 07863

771636.

Stepping Stones Pre-School Parwich Mon-Thurs 9am-12noon at the

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olds. Tel. Helen Downing 01335 346317.

Taddington Tigers meet after school in the new school hall to enjoy

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The Hall Nursery School Stoney Middleton, nr Bakewell. Free places for

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Middleton Hall. Contact Mrs Sarah Glossop 01433 631295 for further

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Youlgrave Playschool Youlgrave Scout & Community Hall. 9am-12noon

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JANUARY 2017

Thursday

12 BAKEWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am.

Moderate walk 90 – 120 minutes. Meet at Monsal Head – park on the road

to Little Longstone.

12 CALVER FILM Village Hall, Calver. 7.30pm. Eddie the Eagle. Calver Film is

a membership club costing £20. Guest tickets cost £5.00. Charity of the

month Edale Mountain Rescue. For further information contact Denise Hall

01433 630760.

12 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 8

miles. Moderate. Eyam free CP, Eyam Moor and Wet Withens Stone Circles.

01433 631446.

12 MATLOCK RAILWAY CLUB Temple Hotel - Matlock Bath - 7.30pm.

Presentation on Victorian Steam & Caledonian Rlys. Non members

welcome - details 07900 244913.

Friday

13 BAMFORD AND DISTRICT HISTORY GROUP The Bamford Institute. 8pm.

Dr John Stubbs - “The Hope Valley Line & Rural Railways in 21st century

Britain. Visitors welcome.

13 MATLOCK ANTIQUES AND COLLECTABLES SOCIETY Imperial Rooms,

Imperial Road, Matlock. 7.30pm. New Year Party-Needlework.

Saturday

14 NORTH DERBYSHIRE COTTAGE GARDEN SOCIETY A talk on the garden in

autumn by Stuart Dixon: “They think it’s all over”. Visitors welcome. 2pm at

the Temple Hotel, Matlock Bath.

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14 CALVER CHILDREN’S CINEMA Calver Village Hall. Top Cat Begins. 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.

14 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 7

miles. Moderate. Alstonfield WC CP, Wetton and Stanshope. 07740 459015.

14 JUMBLE SALE 2pm Hathersage Memorial Hall (next to swimming pool)?

Organised by Hathersage "Jumblies" supporting local organisations and

charities. The first of a series of four sales for 2017. One of the biggest sales

in the area including toys, brick a brac, clothing, bedding, curtains,

household and garden items. If you have any items you are willing to donate

please bring to the hall between 8 and 12 on the Saturday morning. Sorry,

we cannot take any electrical items or large pieces of furniture. Further

details from either Katie Mason 01433 651120 or Sam Hulbert 01433

651326.

Sunday

15 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 2017 off to a flying start. For

more info tel 01335 300494.

15 BUXTON RAMBLING CLUB Start at Pavilions car park, Buxton (next to

swimming pool). Walk 1: Round Buxton – Short up to 8 miles. 10am. Walk

2: Monyash NC 9.40am Transpeak bus to Bakewell – 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

15 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am.

11 miles. Moderate. Wirksworth, Wheatsheaf CP (fee), Bonsall, Griffe

Grange. 01629 826435.

15 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 10am (note time). 7 miles (grade 2). SK

198717. New Year’s Lunch (booking essential). Great Longstone (meet at

village cross), Rowland, Churchdale Hall, Ashford in the Water, Monsal

Head. 01246 417850 or 07719 644890. www.halcyon-rambling.co.uk

15 MATLOCK ADVANCED MOTORISTS AND MOTORCYCLISTS meeting, at

Highfields Upper School, off Chesterfield Road, Matlock at 10am. 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/

15 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.

15 PEAK WALKING GROUP: Rivelin area, 7.5 miles, start at Rivelin Valley Cafe

- Dark Peak OL 1 SK 321 883. Route: Rivelin Nature Trail / Rivelin Dams /

Fox Hagg /Rivelin Valley. Note: Dogs on lead. www.peakwalkinggroup.co.uk.

Tel. 07410 982664.

Monday

16 BAKEWELL METHODIST CHURCH COFFEE MORNING Matlock Street,

Bakewell. 10am-12noon. The Charity stall is in aid of Fountain Square

Church.

16 DERBYSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST WYE AND UPPER DERWENT GROUP

TALK The Wildlife of Bhutan. Wildlife enthusiast Jeff Blincow talks about

this extraordinary and beautiful Himalayan country where forests and the

culture have been protected. Darley Dale Methodist Church Hall. 7.30pm.

Admission £3. For more information contact the Trust on 01773 881188

during office hours.

Tuesday

17 ALL SAINTS ‘TOTS AND TEDS’ -our monthly get-together for pre-school

Toddlers, Babies and their Carers will be meeting again at 1-30pm-2.45pm,

in our big meeting room, the Newark at Bakewell Parish Church. We will

start the year with the theme ‘New Start’, with games and crafts, music,

songs and story-time, usually with a biblical theme. Refreshments are

included plus plenty of time for free play. No charge. Everyone welcome.

For more information please contact: Julia 815123 or Kath 812457.

17 BAKEWELL WI Friend’s Meeting House, Bakewell. 7.30pm. Speaker will

be Adriana Galimberti-Rennie and her subject will be Beat the Winter Blues

- Learn how to sleep well. Visitors are very welcome at £3.50 a meeting.

Rashelle 01629 810355.

17 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am.

4 miles. Extra leisurely. Linacre lower CP (fee). Circuit of reservoirs. 01246

232151.

17 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am.

6 miles. Leisurely. Curbar Gap CP (fee). Guide Post and Stone Circles. 01433

631446.

17 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am.

6 miles. Moderate. Kirk Ireton Main Street, Alport Heights. 01335 370473.

17 EYAM VILLAGE SOCIETY PRESENTS “Working Mines and Quarries", a talk

by Colin Shaw 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.

17 GRINDLEFORD HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY 7.30pm. Bishop Pavilion S32

2JN. Illustrated talk by Tim Reynolds ‘Spring in Southern Africa’.

17 MEDITATE IN BUXTON Live Like Never Before - Introduction. Meditation

Classes for Everyone. Meditation classes at Samudra Buddhist Centre, 47

High Street, Buxton, SK17 6HB from 7.30-8.30pm. These classes are

suitable for everyone. The facility fee is £5 (£4 concession). For more

information please contact Samudra Buddhist Centre on 01298 79777 or

07527292908, or e-mail info@samudracentre.org. Our website is

www.samudracentre.org, and facebook.com/SamudraBuddhistCentre.

Wednesday

18 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10.30am.

6 miles. Moderate. Lay by near Flash Dam, Matlock Moor. 07736 783640.

18 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am.

10 miles. Moderate. Papplewick (Mill) lay by on B6011, Newstead Abbey

Garden and Grounds, Newstead, Linby. 0115 9637778.

18 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 1am. 12

miles. Moderate. Holloway, Church Street, Crich, South Wingfield. 07432

130205.

18 MEDITATE IN BUXTON Live Like Never Before - Introduction. Meditation

Classes for Everyone at Samudra Buddhist Centre, 47 High Street, Buxton,

SK17 6HB, from 10.30-11.45am. These classes are suitable for everyone.

The facility fee is £6 (£5 concession) . For more information please contact

Samudra Buddhist Centre on 01298 79777 or 07527292908, or e-mail

info@samudracentre.org. Our website is www.samudracentre.org, and

facebook.com/SamudraBuddhistCentre.

Thursday

19 BAKEWELL AND DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY 7.30pm. Town Hall,

Bakewell.

19 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am. 8

miles. Moderate. Winster CP near school, Clough Wood, Stanton Moor and

Birchover. 01629 650054.

19 ROYAL BRITISH LEGION (BAKEWELL BRANCH) Bakewell Working Mens

Club. 7.30pm. Everyone welcome. New members welcome. No military

history necessary. Contact Howard Moorby Vice Chairman 07894 336021.

19 STARKHOLMES AND DISTRICT THURSDAY CLUB 2-4pm. Starkholmes

Village Hall. Talk by ‘Debbie’ Collective Legal Solutions followed by tea and

biscuits. New members most welcome. Please tel. Arlene 01629 593750

or Claire 01629 57690.

Tel: 01629 824079 / 07890 775365

www.thompson-treeservices.co.uk

email: jack@thompson-treeservices.co.uk

Friday

20 BASLOW SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB Baslow Village Hall. 2pm. Christine

Thompson’s talk is about “Living at Chatsworth”. Refreshments provided.

A good time for new members to join – you don’t have to live in Baslow.

Phone Christopher Wragg, Baslow 583228, or just turn up.

Saturday

21 BAMFORD FARMERS MARKET Hope Valley. 9am-1pm. Indoors at

Bamford Village Institute or in the Anglers Rest car park. Do you grow your

own, pickle or jam your own and want an opportunity to sell it on then call

Paul and book a stall. 07593 345514.

21 BUXTON FIELD CLUB Rosemary Furness, one of our Club members, will

be illustrating 'My Wildlife Year'. Rosemary is an excellent photographer

coupled with great enthusiasm for the natural world. Her talk will include

a trip to the Farne Islands in Northumberland to witness the amazing

birdlife, and also a visit to Gait Barrows to see the ladies slipper orchid.

Buxton Methodist Church on the Market Place starting at 7.30pm. Visitor

fee £3.

21 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am.

7 miles. Moderate. Pikehall CP, Royston and Minninglow. 07740 459015.

21 ONE DAY BASIC SHOE-MAKING Wirksworth. Ladies come to a 1 day

(9.30am–4pm) workshop and make a pair of posh slippers (all the rage!),

at Freedom Flowers, 17 St John’s Street. Cost £70. For full details see:-

www.judicook.co.uk

Sunday

22 BUXTON RAMBLING CLUB Start at Pavilions car park, Buxton (next to

swimming pool). Walk 1: Litton – Short up to 8 miles. 10am. Walk 2: Millers

Dale 10am Bus to Whaley – 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

22 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am.

10 miles. Moderate. Tapton Lock VC roadside parking. Whittington, The

Handleys. 01246 274921.

22 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 9 miles (grade 2+). SK 256725.

Baslow (top of Eaton Hill), Baslow, Edensor, Pilsley, Hassop, Bramley

Wood, Baslow. (Dogs on short, fixed leads). 0114 2483 441. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk

Monday

23 BAKEWELL METHODIST CHURCH COFFEE MORNING Matlock Street,

Bakewell. 10am-12noon. The Charity stall is in aid of Aqua Box.

23 MATLOCK NEEDLECRAFT GROUP Imperial Rooms. 7 for 7.30pm.

Friendships and Shares Techniques - Grace Learey.

Tuesday

24 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Calver Cricket Club roadside CP, Longstone

Moor. 07825 641064.

24 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Rowsley Old Station CP, Birchover and

Stanton Moor. 01629 650092.

24 MEDITATE IN BUXTON Live Like Never Before - Introduction. Meditation

Classes for Everyone. Meditation classes at Samudra Buddhist Centre, 47

High Street, Buxton, SK17 6HB from 7.30-8.30pm. These classes are

suitable for everyone. The facility fee is £5 (£4 concession). For more

information please contact Samudra Buddhist Centre on 01298 79777 or

07527292908, or e-mail info@samudracentre.org. Our website is

www.samudracentre.org, and facebook.com/SamudraBuddhistCentre.

24 PEAK RAILWAY ASSOCIATION – DERWENT VALLEY BRANCH Our first

meeting of the New Year will be held at Darley Dale station at 7.30 pm. The

speaker will be Richard Booth and his subject will be The Ashover Light

Railway.

24 ROYAL BRITISH LEGION WOMEN’S SECTION (Bakewell and District

Branch) Cadet Centre, Castle Street, Bakewell. 7.30pm. Informal meeting.

Visitors and new members welcome. Bring and share supper. Do come

along.

Wednesday

25 ACOUSTIC SESSIONS Old Hall Hotel, Market Place, Hope. 7.45pm. Come

to sing, play and instrument or just enjoy the music. Guest Paul Pearson

and Chris Treebeard. www.folkandblues.club or call 0791 333 1078.

25 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10.30am. 7 miles. Moderate. Brassington CP, Bradbourne and Ballidon.

07740 459015.

25 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am.

11 miles. Moderate. Longshaw NT CP (fee), Burbage, Higger Tor, Padley.

01773 747380.

25 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am.

10 miles. Moderate. Cromford roadside, Bonsall, Riber, Dethick. 01332

551837.

25 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 5 miles (grade 2). SK 264676. Beeley

Church. Parking limited please car share where possible). Ramble in the

aea. 07790 969024. www.halcyon-rambling.co.uk

25 MEDITATE IN BUXTON Live Like Never Before - Introduction. Meditation

Classes for Everyone at Samudra Buddhist Centre, 47 High Street, Buxton,

SK17 6HB from 10.30-11.45am. These classes are suitable for everyone.

The facility fee is £6 (£5 concession). For more information please contact

Samudra Buddhist Centre on 01298 79777 or 07527292908 or e-mail

info@samudracentre.org. Our website is www.samudracentre.org, and

facebook.com/SamudraBuddhistCentre.

Thursday

26 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am.

8 miles. Moderate. Brassington PS, Royston Rocks. 01629 820187.

26 MATLOCK RAILWAY CLUB Temple Hotel, Matlock Bath. 7.30pm. Tour of

South American Steam - speaker Les Nixon. Non members welcomedetails

07900 244 913.

Saturday

28 BAKEWELL FARMERS’ MARKET Agricultural Centre. 9am-2pm. Parking

and easy access. Contact 01629 813777.

28 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am.

6 miles. Moderate. Birchover Main Street, Stanton Woodhouse, Rowsley.

01629 650092.

Sunday

29 BUXTON RAMBLING CLUB Start at Pavilions car park, Buxton (next to

swimming pool). Walk 1: Mount Famine – Short up to 8 miles. 10am. Walk

2: Buxton circular NC – 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

29 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION 10am.

10 miles. Moderate. Youlgreave, Coldwell End CP, Cales Dale, Fern Dale,

Meadow Pl. Grange. 01629 636350.

29 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 9 miles (grade 2+). SK 258659.

Rowsley Old Station CP. Congreave, Stanton Moor, Rocking Stone Farm,

Birchover, Santon Woodhouse. 0114 2306109. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk

29 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

30 BAKEWELL METHODIST CHURCH COFFEE MORNING Matlock Street,

Bakewell. 10am-12noon. The Charity stall is in aid of Helen’s Trust (1 in

10).

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Your Totally Independent Local Newspaper

Peak Advertiser 16th January 2017 – Page 35

SITUATIONS VACANT

ASSISTANT

HERDSMAN

REQUIRED

For large dairy farm at Flagg. Grass-based

system with modern facilities. To be part of a

team of 4. Single accommodation available.

Telephone 07870 800898

are looking for friendly, reliable staff to join

the expanding Care Team. We are an

accredited provider with an excellent

reputation for delivering quality care in

your local community. Flexible hours available including

evenings and weekends. Good rates of pay, a weekend

enhancement plus travel allowance. Full training

provided and professional qualifications available.

If you want a rewarding job that is different give

Kate or Caroline a call on

01433 631380

or email care@e-d-s.org

THE RAMBLER INN

EDALE

PUB CHEF

Full-time to assist the Head Chef

in this busy country inn.

The Inn serves locally produced food

and has nine bedrooms.

Great salary for the right person.

Live-in accommodation is available.

Please phone Steve Elliott

or David Wrend on 01433 670268

Butcher

required

For busy retail / catering shop in

Hathersage. Experience preferred but

not essential as training can be given inhouse.

Half-day Monday and Saturday

Paul Bowyer Ltd

01433 650252

FRESH PRODUCE FROM THE HEART OF THE PEAK DISTRICT

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

VAN DELIVERY DRIVER

45 hours/wk

Core hours Mon-Sat 4am-11.30am

(hours may vary depending on delivery route)

PLEASE SEND CV TO

enquiries@john-palin.co.uk

OR RING FOR APPLICATION FORM ON

TEL: 01629 592411

THE

RED LION

AT LITTON

REQUIRES

CHEF

To join our friendly team

This is a permanent, full-time position

Good salary, company pension and share of generous tips

BAR AND WAITING-ON STAFF

Weekend Shifts

Experience not essential, full training will be given

Please contact Jeanne Mason on 01298 871458

We are looking for dedicated, reliable

and friendly people to join our team at

The Peacock at Rowsley

There are opportunities for

part and full-time hours

in our restaurant, reception and kitchen

For further information, please contact

reception@thepeacockatrowsley.com

or telephone 01629 733518

Recruitment in the Peak

Distributors Required

www.peak-jobsolutions.co.uk

PeakAdvertiser

:

Recruiting for:

Finance

Engineering

Commercial

PA & Secretarial

Hospitality

Retail

01629 814222

We are currently looking for newspaper delivery people for either

immediate start or to be added to our waiting lists for various towns and

villages within the Peak Advertiser distribution area. See below

Grindleford, Matlock, Cromford,

Bradwell, Carsington, Curbar

For further information please contact Martin on: 01629 812159

or email enquiries@peak-advertiser.co.uk

S. Anselm’s School

Bakewell

PRIMARY TEACHER

Due to increasing pupil numbers, in this happy and

vibrant school, we are looking to appoint an

outstanding, energetic and enthusiastic teacher. Only

candidates who are highly qualified, with recent,

relevant experience, and a warm sense of humour,

should apply. We have enviably small classes which

enables us to give all pupils the help and support they

need.

S. Anselm’s School is committed to safeguarding and

promoting the welfare of children, and applicants

must be willing to undergo child protection

screening, appropriate to the post, including checks

with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring

Service.

Please send a copy of your CV and a letter of

application by Friday 27th January to;

Headmaster, S. Anselm’s School, Bakewell,

Derbyshire, DE45 1DP

BAKEWELL NURSERY SCHOOL

We are a welcoming and friendly

private Nursery open 52 weeks of the

year with a passion for the care and

education of children from

3 months to 5 years.

FULL-TIME NURSERY NURSES

We are looking for enthusiastic and highly

motivated Level 3 (Cache Diploma or equivalent)

Nursery Nurses to join our busy, Ofsted-praised,

expanding Nursery School.

Closing date for applications:

Friday, 27 January 2017

We also require:

SUPPLY STAFF

If you enjoy working with and having fun with

children, why not come and join our friendly team?

Qualifications not essential.

Please contact: Mrs JM Teale, Head of the Nursery,

Bakewell Nursery School, Derbyshire House, We are

Matlock Street, Bakewell DE45 1EE committed to

equality of opportunity

Telephone: 01629 813888

E-mail: enquiries@bakewellnurseryschool.co.uk

Clean Sheet

Laundry

Has a vacancy for a

Laundry

Assistant

16+ hrs per week

working on

roller iron machines

01629 813311

:

Shed Grounds Maintenance

Contracts Manager

Full Time – Permanent Position

We are looking for a key person to join our management team to help

support our company’s continued growth. A full time permanent position

that will involve travel, managing mobile operational teams and your own

portfolio of sites.

Shed provides commercial grounds maintenance to over 100 clients

nationally. Our offices are based in Kelstedge near Matlock with 2 service

yards.

Valley Care are Recruiting Kind,

Caring, Considerate people to join

their team of excellent Carers in and

around the Hope Valley.

Various shifts available, good rates of pay

+ Bonus + Travel.

Experience not essential.

All training provided.

Car Driver Essential.

If you would like an application form

or to come into the office for an

informal chat please ring Sharon

on 01433 623066.

We look forward to meeting you!

INTERNAL SALES – BASED TIDESWELL

CE-TEK is a highly successful manufacturing and distribution company

who sell its electrical enclosures/cabinets and junction boxes to

customers in the UK and World-wide.

Our staff are hard-working and easy going with a “can do” attitude. Right

now, we have an opportunity for a reliable, personable and organised

individual to join our internal sales team.

Your role will involve prospecting by telephone for potential customers,

contacting existing customers, inputting and confirming sales orders,

supporting field sales managers and documenting calls and quotations.

You will need to be self-motivated, a confident verbal and written

communicator with relevant experience within a telephone sales

environment. Full product training will be provided.

The salary offered is negotiable depending on experience, we also offer

commission and operate a monthly and annual bonus scheme.

To apply please email your CV to sales@ce-tek.co.uk

Telephone: 01298 872233

This field based role involves:

- Managing the performance of operational staff including scheduling,

performance reviews and training.

- Ensuring Quality, Health & Safety and Environmental Standards are

maintained to a high level.

- Managing day to day running of contracts, meeting objectives, and

maintaining positive client relationships.

- Contributing to sales growth by expanding client accounts and cross

selling our additional services.

The ideal candidate should have:

- 2 years’ practical working in the landscaping / grounds maintenance

industry

- Experience of managing people

- Horticultural certifications and qualifications desirable

- Strong interpersonal skills including verbal, written, and presentation

- Motivation and flexibility to grow with a rapidly expanding company

Salary/Benefits: Dependent on experience / qualifications +

company vehicle + expenses

Closing date: Friday 10th February 2017

To apply to join our team please email your CV to hello@shedgrounds.co.uk

with a cover letter, or call Nicky or Mel on 01246 590 590 for more

information.

Visit our website www.shedgrounds.co.uk to find out more about us.


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SITUATIONS VACANT

David Mellor

Design Museum Café

FULL-TIME

ASSISTANT MANAGER

We are seeking a reliable, versatile and wellpresented

person to join our small team in our

prestigious Museum Café. The ideal candidate must

have excellent communication skills, commitment

to providing exceptional customer service and

experience in front of house service.

Experience in a supervisory role is essential.

Five day week on a rota basis to include most

weekends and Bank Holidays. No evenings.

Please send your CV and a brief covering letter to:

Kristie Lawton, Operations Manager,

David Mellor Design Ltd,

The Round Building, Hathersage S32 1BA

kristielawton@davidmellordesign.co.uk

SITUATIONS

VACANT

FRIENDLY CLEANER NEEDED

IN ROWSLEY for family and

elderly relative. Day, flexible.

07587 221663.

EXPERIENCED FARM

LABOURER REQUIRED for

cattle and machinery. Bakewell

area. Further details 07977

402535.

PERSONAL

IS YOUR DRINKING A

PROBLEM? Need help?

Friendship? Support? If so, find

out more about our Derbyshire

Dales Support Group (North

Derbyshire Alcohol Advice

Service). Tel. 01246 206514 for

details. Help-line every Tuesday

evening between 6pm and 8pm

and 01246 206514 or 204344.

SINCERE GENTLEMAN 63

would like to meet sincere lady

for outing holidays and to spend

the rest of their lives together.

Please reply to Box No. SG63 c/o

Peak Advertiser, First Floor

Offices, Orme Court, Granby

Road, Bakewell, DE45 1ES.

FRIEND/COMPANION Sincere,

caring, a genuine gentleman, 59

year old non-driver seeking

similar lady for friendship or

possibly more. Interests include

gardening, dog walking (short

distances), films, farming and

occasional pub meals. Please

reply to box no. FC299 c/o Peak

Advertiser, Orme Court, Granby

Road, Bakewell DE45 1ES.

THERAPY

RETIRED PROFESSIONAL LADY

seeks professional gentleman

for companionship. Please reply

to Box No. RP104 c/o Peak

Advertiser, First Floor Offices,

Orme Court, Granby Road,

Bakewell, DE45 1ES.

FOOT CLINIC

NOW OPEN Bakewell Town Hall,

Bath Street. Call Susan Kearns

Dip CFHP MPS Pract. 07527

476548 for appointment. Home

visits available.

FOOT HEALTH PROFESSIONAL

Home visiting practice. Call Kate

Nixon MCFHP MAFHP 07724

660428. Fully insured.

MOBILE

HAIRDRESSER

GENTLEMEN AND BOYS

BARBER Experienced and

reliable. Call Teresa 07974

960209.

QUALIFIED

UNISEX

HAIRDRESSER Special family

rates. Call Liz 07710

459856/01433 631838.

WANTED

The Rainbow In Your Cloud

MODEL

RAILWAYS

WANTED

ANY MAKE, SCALE,

AGE OR CONDITION

01629 356018

Dawn and Sara - CBT and Family Therapy

07709898437 / 07784267042

www.hopetherapyhub.co.uk

contactus@hopetherapyhub.co.uk

HEALTH CARE

BUTTERCUP CARE -

specialising in care of the elderly

and mental ill health.

F - @buttercupcare. T - @buttercup_care

SERVICES INCLUDE: Dementia Care, Companionship,

Meal Preparation, Domestic Services, Medication

Prompts, Mental Health and Well-Being, Respite Care,

Hospital/GP Appointments, Shopping and much more.

Quality Care at Competitive Prices

For more information contact Mandy

on 01629 732617 / 07949 949636 or alternatively

email enquiries@buttercup-care.co.uk

www.buttercup-care.co.uk

ADULT MARTIAL ARTS

BAKEWELL

TAE KWON-DO

in Ashford-in-the-Water

Introduces a

NEW “Adult” Starter Class

Commencing on Thursday 16th February

7.30pm to 8.30pm

Book your place now as numbers will be limited to ensure quality

Please contact me on 07808 130 465

or email: bakewelltkd@outlook.com

RECORDS

WANTED

CASH PAID

GOOD CONDITION ONLY

ALSO...

CLASSICAL

LP RECORDS

WANTED

1950 S TO 1960 S

Tel: 01246 850442

WILL COLLECT

MATLOCK & DISTRICT MENCAP

SOCIETY will collect bric-a-brac

and jumble. Good furniture also

wanted. Enquiries ring Jackie

07831 316582.

WANTED GAS OR ELECTRIC

COOKER with oven and hob.

Must be good clean condition.

07860 109881.

ART TUITION

FREE TRIAL ART LESSON with

professional artist, Diane Kettle

B.A. Hons (Fine Art). Cert. Ed. No

obligation. Children and adults

welcome. 30 years’ teaching

experience. Details:

01629 636763.

www.dianekettle.com

MUSIC TUITION

FREE TRIAL PIANO LESSON

offered by Concert Pianist.

Details www.pianoartist .co.uk

or tel. 01629 581475.

Guitar Lessons

£10 per 1/2 hour

For fun or to

achieve exams

call Lisa

01629 593643

PIANO, KEYBOARD AND MUSIC

THEORY TUITION All ages

welcome. Free trial lesson,

experienced teacher. Susan

Gilman BA (Hons). Buxton 01298

70894.

Piano

Lessons

BEGINNERS

TO

EXAM LEVEL

Just phone

01629 259178 / 07854 446958

GUITAR

TUITION

ROCK, BLUES, JAZZ

Learn from an

experienced musician

and teacher.

Courses to suit

any age or level.

Beginners welcome

For full details

contact:

Nigel Barton B.A. (Hons) Jazz, G.L.C.M

01433 631769

peakdistrictguitartuition.co.uk

Piano Lessons

Experienced Teacher

All ages welcome

Beginners onwards

Hazel Henderson

Buxton 01298 938958

www.hazelspiano.com

MATHS/ENGLISH

TUITION

BOOST YOUR CHILD’S

CONFIDENCE IN MATHS OR

ENGLISH

Qualified,

experienced, motivating and

encouraging KS2/3 teacher. Call

Jane on 01298 871958, Mobile

07908 088319.

MATHS TUITION

NOW IS THE TIME TO START -

EXPERIENCED MATHS TUTOR

Junior/Secondary/GCSE/A

Level/Adult Numeracy,

Engineering and Business

Courses. 01629 823236. email

jhnhrk92@gmail.com

www.johnhorakmathstutor.co.uk

TUITION

SPANISH

FRENCH

GERMAN

TUITION

Beginners to AS/A2

any age!

Experienced, effective teacher

Excellent exam results

Tel: Helen 01629 580567

TUITION IN

MaThs and

PhysIcs

by mature,

friendly graduate.

Many local references.

07525 241462

derbyshiretutors.co.uk

HAIR & BEAUTY

VICTORIA

HUTCHINSON

Mobile Hairdresser

Fully qualified

All hair types,

cuts, colours and

blowdrys

07920423790

PETS

QUIET, CARING HOMES needed

for friendly, nervous cats. Tel.

08453 712754. Cats Protection

League.

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

e m a i l

enquiries@derbybranch.cats.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.

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

www.chesterfield-rspca.org.uk

or call in at RSPCA Animal

Centre, Spital Lane, Chesterfield

01246 273358.

PUPPY TRAINING

HH CLASSES HH

Course works towards KC

Puppy Foundation Certificate.

Venue: Cromford Community

Centre, Cromford.

For more information ring Annette

on 0784 035 1686 or email

annette@dalestraining.me.uk

ANGEL WINGS ANIMAL

RESCUE is always looking for

permanent, caring homes for

cats www.angelwingsanimal

rescue.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.dovecatrescuesanctuary.org.uk

HOLIDAY HOME

NEEDED FOR PET

DOG

HOLIDAY HOME NEEDED FOR

OUR RETRIEVER DOG CHALKIE

weekends - 2 weeks away,

garden, walks and hugs needed.

Good rates paid. Contact 07960

597505.

LIVESTOCK

BERKSHIRE X

WEANERS

FOR SALE

T: 07971 082379

ANIMAL SITTING

Derwent Valley

Animal Sitting

Dog walking – Pet

sitting – Horse care

Tel.07979975650

www.derwentvalley

animalsitting.yolasite.com

DOG GROOMING

Pamper your pooch

Bathing, grooming & Clipping

Microchipping

service available

Fully qualified & insured

01629 55534

now on the web: gwav.co.uk

SUE’S MOBILE DOG

GROOMING AND

MICROCHIPPING

SERVICES

IN THE COMFORT OF

YOUR OWN HOME

01433 651263

07840 345526

WINTER STABLING

WINTER

STABLING

available in

Chelmorton area

07989 360713

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: holidays@kool4cats.co.uk web: www.kool4cats.co.uk

EQUINE LAUNDRY

PEAK RUG WASH

Equine Laundry

Professional horse rug cleaning,

reproofing & repair service

01298 871417 / 07775 627786

peakrugwash.co.uk

TELEPHONE, INTERNET & TV

connectaphone.net

LOGS

TELEPHONE, INTERNET,

TV AND SKY

Faults & Extra points

Broadband / WiFi problems

Freesat - BT TV – Youview

B.T. Quality half the price

Friendly Ex B.T. Engineer

Call Dave 07729 037667

SEASONED HARDWOOD LOGS £75 for 1½ bulk bags. Free delivery.

07515 711323.

QUALITY BARN DRIED SEASONED HARDWOOD LOGS for sale. 07929

390810/07776 236272. Calver area.

LOGS – 1.5 tons £70 £75

FREE See website DELIVERY, for details

see website for details

www.barrowhilllogs.co.uk

T: 07880 741884

COAL & LOGS

~ SUMMER PRICES HELD ~

SEASONED HARDWOOD, SOFTWOOD

AND OFFCUTS AVAILABLE

COAL - ALL GRADES

01629 732122 or 07950 495727

ROWSLEY SAWMILL

ROWSLEY

KILN-DRIED HARDWOOD

OFFCUTS FOR SALE

£150 PER TRANSIT LOAD

BULK BAGS AND NETS ALSO AVAILABLE

Tel: 07973 553841

FREE

LOCAL

DELIVERY

FIREWOOD FOR SALE

SEASONED HARDWOOD

FREE delivery

within 10 miles of Haddon Hall

(also kindling sticks)

Tel: 01629 810911

E-mail: ruth@haddonestate.co.uk

GRAPHIC DESIGN

RECORD CLEANING

Record Cleaning

and Digitising

07791 898820

clearsoundvinyl.weebly.com

GARDENING

HEDGES, TREES AND SHRUBS

cut, lowered and removed. Grass

cuts. 01629 810111.

DRY STONE WALLING

QUALITY WALLING SERVICES

Specialist in drystone walling

and all other types of wall

builds/repairs. 07824 367065.

www.qualitywalling.co.uk

NOVELTY CAKES

NOVELTY/ BIRTHDAY/

WEDDING/ GLUTEN FREE

made to order. Call Sally 07870

729119.

FOR HIRE

BOB-CAT, mini-digger, tractor

and dump trailer and dumpers

for hire with or without driver.

07966 210181/01298 687465.

FOR HIRE:

Floor Sanders,

Drills, Ladders,

Cement Mixers,

Heaters, Driers

& Lots More

TOOL HIRE BAKEWELL

Unit 2c, Station Road

Ind. Est. Bakewell

Phone: 813472

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.

Hardwood Logs Ltd

Naturally seasoned and kiln-dried

hardwood logs available for

collection or delivery

Buy 10

KILN DRIED NETS

GET 2 FREE

(Collection only)

Wholesale enquiries welcome

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

01629 534475

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CLASSIFIEDS...

SKIP LOADERS

SKIP LOADERS, DUMPERS for

hire. 07966 210181 or 01298

687465.

DAMP PROOFING

DAMP PROOFING, TIMBER

TREATMENT AND PLASTERING

30 year guarantee. Derbyshire

Dales Damp proofing. Est. over

25 years. 01629 584484/07984

323001.

BUILDING SERVICES

PLASTER CORNICE restored

professionally. Call C. Flack

01629 57303/07830 770962.

CONCRETE PANELS

CONCRETE PANELS supply and

fitting service or supply only. For

silage pits, retaining walls etc

07966 210181, 01298 687465.

KITCHENS

I HAND PAINT NEWLY

INSTALLED OR OLD, TIRED &

WORN KITCHENS with my

special primer, then paint it with

Farrow & Ball or Dulux Heritage

colours, your kitchen will last

you at least 5 years, I’ll

guarantee that!!! Phone Chris @

Paintwood on 07984 070617.

inspire@cmbakerltd.com

SERVICES

RECLAIMED MAPLE STRIP

FLOORING fixing service

available. 07743 699058.

Old clocks

repaired and

restored at

reasonable

prices

ClockWise

01629

New & Reclaimed

OAK

FLOORING

FIXING & SANDING

07743 699058

COMPUTERS

8 23751

RECLAIMED OAK STRIP

FLOORING fixing service

available. 07743 699058.

WOOD FLOORS sanding and

sealing. 07743 699058.

CURTAIN MAKING

ROMAN BLINDS, CURTAINS

Cushions and more. Please call

01433 623225.

DOMESTIC

CLEANING

CARPET CLEANING and

domestic cleaning. Competitive

rates. Call Neil 07799 608691.

MEL OXLEY CLEANING

SERVICES LTD Est 1991.

Carpets, curtains, upholstery,

end of tenancy cleans etc.

(Member of Checkatrade). 01142

589210/07775 938797.

OVEN CLEANING

PEAK OVEN CLEANING we

clean your oven, no mess, no

fuss. For free quote 07713

125503.

DOMESTIC

CLEARANCE

HOUSE CLEARANCE Garages,

sheds, also tools, pottery, silver

and gold. Anything considered.

Good prices paid. 07967 202357.

CLEANING SERVICES

streetwindowcleaning.co.uk

Window cleaning

Power washing

Gutter work

Building repairs

Call Mark on

01629 640540 /

07971 894476

D.B Home Computer Repairs

Quality P.C. repairs throughout the Peak District

HOME VISITS 7 DAYS

Repairs, Speed issues, Installs,

Upgrades, Viruses, Internet,

Wireless, Data Retrieval,

Broadband, Servicing, etc.

PC/Laptops safely recycled

Tel: 01629 580712

Mobile: 07761 656702

Email: darrenball@toucansurf.com

Peak Valley IT

Clearing up your IT worries

Having problems with your PC/Tablet?

Setup, Email, Word, etc...

Not sure how to get the best from it?

Let me help you with your life online!

Competitive rates

Give Jon a call on

07891 589267 - here to help quickly

EAZY-PC

DO YOU NEED HELP WITH YOUR PC?

Low cost computer repairs throughout the Peak District

Home visits or express takeaway-return service

Virus removal, Connection / Internet / Wireless problems

Repairs, Re-installs, Upgrades, Data Recovery.

We also supply new hard drives, memory, routers etc.

Over 15 years’ experience, free friendly advice

Computers / Laptops securely recycled

Tel: 01629 630056 / 07909 920877 – 7 days

AERIALS

www.sastv.co.uk

CARPET and UPHOLSTERY

30 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE

FULL INSURANCE ON ALL WORK

FREE QUOTATIONS

TV & Radio aerial installation

Multipoint installations

plus

over 25 years

TV Wall Mounting

experience

18267013

01433 440 419 01298 875 766

07702 471 029 simon@sastv.co.uk

MATLOCK

TV AERIAL AND SATELLITE SERVICES

Free Estimates

• Digital Aerials and Satellites fitted

• TV wall mounting

Professional carpet and upholstery cleaner

• Domestic and commercial • End of tenancy

• Towed and static caravans • Car interiors

M: 07891 365254 T: 01433 623457

E: david@daccleancarpets.co.uk

Web: www.daccleancarpets.co.uk

PAUL’S CLEANING SERVICES

01629 55071 or 07973 671 386

NO

VAT

• Telephone Points • CCTV supplied and fitted

01629 312196 • 07500 081942

43 Chatsworth Road, Rowsley, Matlock

One of only two local aerial companies in Matlock

CARAVAN STORAGE

INDOOR

CARAVAN

STORAGE

Available all year

07989 360713

REMOVALS

M&W

REMOVALS

(Matlock)

LOCAL AND NATIONWIDE

Tel: 07837 116449

07933 006789

www.mandwremovals.co.uk

Fully

insured

ASSOCIATE MEMBER 3135

HOLIDAY

ACCOMMODATION

ITALY, AMALFI COAST Small,

B&B in traffic-free mountain

village above Positano. Ideal

quiet retreat with modern

conveniences and kitchen

facilities. All rooms en-suite

with panoramic sea views.

Good walking base with

regular local bus service.

English speaking host. Airport

transfers can be arranged.

Tel: Penny Marrone 01954

210681 email:

penny.marrone@

btinternet.com. Photos and

further information including

prices:

www.

ninobb.moonfruit.com

MOBILE HOME

MOBILE HOME 25’.

Reasonable condition. Offers

07977 402535.

MAN AND VAN FOR

HIRE

MAN AND TRANSIT VAN for

hire. Any distance, any size, no

job too small. Free quote. Call

Geoff for fast service. 07967

202357.

HANDY MAN WITH A VAN

painting, gardening, fencing,

pointing, small house moves,

collection and delivery long

distance. 07713 125503.

PROPERTY FOR SALE

FOUR BEDROOM

DETACHED HOUSE

TWO DALES, MATLOCK

NO CHAIN

Wonderful views to the rear.

Large garden and patio

space, driveway for 2 cars,

converted garage (games

room/study etc), quiet culde-sac.

Within walking

distance of all amenities

incl. Doctor, Chemist, local

shops, Pub and Hotel,

Schools, bus stops.

Downstairs cloaks, dining

kitchen, utility, lge living

room, 3 dbl bed, 1 sgl,

family bathroom.

OFFERS

OVER £275,000

tel: 07733 097835

PROPERTY TO LET

MARKET

PLACE

CROMFORD

2 storey,

1 bedroom flat,

includes gas and electric.

£500pcm

07759 325425

STORAGE

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY TO LET

FOR SALE

TO LET - Darley Dale area

Semi-detached 3 bedroomed house with

garden. Non-smokers. No pets or DHSS.

£550pcm + bond ~ available now

Please call 07981 141154

Central Matlock

2 BED FLAT

Pleasant, sunny spacious flat.

No smokers, pets or DHSS. Bond required.

£550 PCM

01629 582917

MOBILE HOMES TO LET

AT £90 PER WEEK

On quiet site in Stoney Middleton

Minimum 6 month tenancy • Adults only

Must have references • No pets

£90 per week

Please contact Tony on 07714 749 778

E&R

Country Lettings

MORE PROPERTIES

...COMING SOON...

Contact us to join the waiting list

Contact us for more details

01298 71815 / 07565 857288

www.erclettings.co.uk

Like us on facebook – www.facebook.com/ERCountrylettings

STORAGE ROOMS

HOPE VALLEY

• Clean secure and dry individual lockable

storage rooms with concrete floor.

• Short or long-term rental.

Please enquire for further details

Call Stephen on 01433 630312

DARLEY DALE

WORKSHOP FOR RENT~1800 SQ FT

Self Storage Containers

20ft x 8ft Secure

LONG OR SHORT TERM FROM £20.00 PER WEEK

GOOD PARKING AND ACCESS • MATLOCK AREA

Tel: 07802 901133

www.ladygrovemill.co.uk

Email: info@ladygrovemill.co.uk

Your Local

Letting Agent

TIDESWELL – 2 bed cottage, rear enclosed yard

with additional side access, garden shed, pet

considered £550pcm

TIDESWELL – 2/3 bed cottage, lounge, dining /

kitchen, rear shared yard, pet considered £625pcm

BRADWELL – 2 bed cottage, quiet village location,

pet considered £575pcm

SPACE

TO LET

ON FLEXIBLE TERMS

Office 1, Lumford Mill – 465 sq.ft. £117 per week

Storage Space (No electricity) – 578 sq.ft. £31 per week

Unit 2 – Workshop – 899 sq.ft. £94 per week

Garage 2 (No electricity) – 194 sq.ft. £19.00 per week

*Prices are exclusive of VAT, insurance and Estate/Service Charges which may apply

and utility bills are recharged depending on the usage for that unit/ office space

For further information and to view, please contact

LITTON PROPERTIES LTD

Tel: 01629 810820 or Email: enquiries@littonproperties.co.uk

SINGLE 10” LUXURY

DEEP BRAND NEW

MATTRESS could deliver

just £79. 07508 447711.

BAKEWELL - SHUTTS LANE 3

bedroom semi. OFCH.

Unfurnished. On-road parking.

Tel. 01298 22543.

NEWHAVEN NR HARTINGTON

Smart 2 room dwelling,

unfurnished, parking. £450 pcm

bills included. 07791 184064.

KING EXPENSIVE

BRAND NEW MATTRESS

was £599, could deliver

bargain £99. 07508

447711.

DOUBLE EXTRA DEEP

MATTRESS still shop

wrapped was £499

delivered £99. 07508

447711.

TOP OF THE RANGE

A F F I N I T Y

COMFORTFLEX

FOLDING MASSAGE

TABLE with face hole.

Beige colour. Metal legs.

As brand new condition.

Cost £375 accept £150

ono. 07977 640103.

BARBOUR BORDER

JACKET Size 44”, blue

with original Barbour

tartan lining, worn 3

times. £50 ono. 01663

732546.

SCAFFOLDING TOWER

sectional, max height 15’

x 4’ square with cross

braces and handrails £75.

Chesterfield 01246

569689.

PARKER KNOLL 3

SEATER SOFA and

armchair in cream leather,

armchair and 2 outside

seats of sofa recline with

electric control, 3yrs old,

exc. cond., cost £3,800

new, accept £750. 01629

825242.

NAVY STONE ISLAND

MANS SWEATSHIRT new

Christmas gift, size large

40-42 chest, cost £140,

tags, receipt, the bag, all

proof of purchase

£90ono. 01629 734599.

WALL DISPLAY UNIT

beautiful quality,

feathered walnut with

cathedral style glass

doors and glass shelves

with mirrored back, large

drawer, cupboards with

shelves, sale due to

house move, cost over

£500, accept £100. 07887

388950 Matlock.

PAIR PIRELLI WINTER

SNOWCONTROL TYRES

195/60 R15, hardly worn

£60 the pair. 01298 77028.

SINGLE SILENTNIGHT

2800 POCKET MEMORY

MATTRESS no turn

mattress with 2800

springs, firm feel, foam

layer mattress with

damask cover with micro

quilt finish purchased

recently from Argos

£698.99, perfect condition

and as new, only used for

one week, no room to

store so need to sell for a

bargain price £395; Oral

Fresh ProJet teeth

cleaning water jet plaque

removing brush,

unwanted gift, used once,

still boxed as new.

Purchased from Argos

£39.99, bargain at £25.

01629 734292.

Peak Advertiser 16th January 2017 – Page 37

NOTICES

PHARMACY OUT

OF HOURS OPENING

NEW YEAR

BUXTON

•Boots the Chemist 62 Spring Gardens, Buxton. Tel.

01298 23084. Boxing Day open 10am-4pm. New

Years Day open 10.30am-4.30pm. 2nd January open

9am-5pm.

BAKEWELL

•Boots the Chemist Unit 1 Granby Road, Bakewell.

Tel. 01629 812043. Boxing Day open 9am-5.30pm.

New Years Day open 11am-4pm. 2nd January open

9am-5.30pm.

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 fortnight commencing 26th December 2016

as follows:

16/00933/VCOND – Variation of condition 7 to include Use Class

A5 – Take Away – McDonald’s, 43 Bakewell Road, Matlock

16/00941/OUT – Residential development of up to 9 dwellings and

associated access (Outline) – Land at Pump Close, Matlock (D)

Applications with the suffix F may affect a Footpath

Applications with the suffix L may affect the character of a Listed

Building

Applications with the suffix S may affect the setting of a Listed

Building

Applications with the suffix D The development is a departure from

the provisions of the development plan

The applications may be inspected on-line 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.

PEAK DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY

PLANNING ADVERTS -

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990

Peak District National Park Authority, has received applications for

Planning Permission/ Listed Building Consent/ Conservation Area

Consent listed in the schedule below.

Copies of the application(s) and plans are open for inspection by

all interested persons during office hours for the next 21 days. The

application form, plans and drawings and site location plan may

also be viewed on the Planning pages of the website at

www.peakdistrict.gov.uk. If you wish to comment please write to

the Chief Executive, Peak District National Park Authority, Aldern

House, Baslow Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1AE within that

time. Please note that the Authority now permits members of the

public and consultees to address its committees, including those

which determine planning applications. Please contact this office

if you require details.

In the event of an appeal against a refusal of planning permission

for a householder application, which is to be dealt with on the

basis of representations in writing, any representations made

about the application will be sent to the Secretary of State, and

there will be no further opportunity to comment at appeal stage.

Application Number: NP/DDD/1216/1227

Reason For Advert: This building is listed as being of architectural

interest and lies within Winster Conservation Area

Proposal: Listed Building Consent - Replacement of timber door

and frames.

Location: Winster Village Shop, Main Street, Winster

Application Number: NP/DDD/1216/1247

Reason For Advert: This building is listed as being of architectural

interest and lies within Bakewell Conservation Area

Proposal: Proposed alterations and extensions to dwelling and

associated works

Location: Vicarage Cottage, Butts View, Bakewell

Application Number: NP/DDD/0117/0004

Reason For Advert: This site lies within Grindleford Conservation

Area

Proposal: Erection of garden room/office

Location: 2 Midland Cottages, Upper Padley, Grindleford

SNOW TYRES Michelin

195/75/14, 2 of, 5mm of

tread £25; Brand new

tyre, 195/55/15 85H

Dunlop SP Sport, never

been on a car £40; Snow

tyre, Vredestein Snowtrac

205/55/16 mud and snow,

tread 4mm £20; Pioneer

car radio CD with

removable front, Euro

connector and

instructions, as new £40;

Headlamps for Mazda 6

(2002-2007), front

headlamp units complete

for both sides £50 for

both lights. 01298 871059.

2 SINGLE MATTRESSES

fire resistant, new

condition, used only

occasionally for spare

room £20 each; Wardrobe

unit, teak effect, 2 single

wardrobes, 4 drawers in

middle with mirror, 70” W

x 70” H, good cond. £25;

Small wardrobe unit, teak

effect, single wardrobe, 3

drawers and mirror, 30”

W x 58” H, good cond.

£15. 01629 823506.

M A H O G A N Y

OCCASIONAL TABLE

curved / octagonal shape,

gold inlay edging,

decorative inlay, W 60cm,

H 72cm, matching inlaid

curved piece at base /

underneath, W 17cm,

curved legs with inlay and

small casters, around

1930s £30; 2 x Next

cream satin cushions and

cushion pads, bow tied on

front £5 for pair; Beautiful

M&S black 3/4 length

wool coat, age 12/13yrs,

never worn £9; Scooby

Doo soft toy, H 40cm x W

25cm £5; B’twin kiddy

one cycle helmet 52-

56cm, pink, used once,

exc. cond. £4. 01629

813011.

SHACKLETON HIGH

SEAT CHAIR ideal for

elderly person, like new

£65; Beswick china shire

horse, fully harnessed,

exc. cond. £69; Blanket

box, wooden, 24” H x 36”

L x 18” D, exc. cond. £35;

Wade Membership model

Toad from Wind in the

Willows, boxed, exc. cond.

£30. 07804 876112

Bakewell.

FLAVEL DUAL FUEL

COOKER in black, model

Milano 100, 8 gas rings

and 2 electric ovens, one

is fan assisted, 100cm W,

nice cooker with

instruction manual £200.

01433 639447.

S A M S U N G

RB29FWJNDSA FRIDGE

FREEZER with cold water

dispenser, silver, frost

free freezer, small dents

and scratches to exterior

but interior immaculate,

full working order, cost

£599 new, selling for

£120, buyer collects from

Wirksworth area. 01629

824097.

2 WINTER TYRES Ovation

165/70/R14, used for 3

months, 7/8mm tread

£40 pair. 01298 871572.

LOWE ALPINE

MOUNTAIN ATTACK

RUCSACK 35:45 with all

technical features, used

once £50ono. 01433

650654.

PINE TOP FARMHOUSE

TABLE 80cm x 114cm

£100; Old pine dresser top

with plate grooves,100cm

W £40; Ikea office chair,

black, VGC £25; Kitchen

chairs (old church chairs)

£10 each; 3 stick back

dining chairs £15 each;

Wall-fixed, small

bathroom cabinet, white

£5. 01298 937582.


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CLASSIFIEDS...

FOR SALE

FRIDGE FREEZER £70,

VGC, Samsung Digital

inverter FF 50/50 fridge

top half, silver colour, H

176cm W 59cm, D 54cm,

right hand open, buyer

collects. 07803 292161

Buxton.

STRIMMER electric £10;

Wood chipper MTD,

petrol, 5hp £250; Oak

leatherette topped table

and chair £25; PA amp, 2

x 200W, channel needs

attention £20; Telescope

and stand £25; Circular

wood framed glass coffee

table £5. 01433 621383.

ESPRESSO CAPPUCCINO

LATTE MACHINE

Delonghi EC710, Hotplate

and milk steamer, full

working order with all

attachments £25. 07528

016169.

SOFA Workshop Direct,

faux suede sofa, sand

colour, needs cleaning,

ink stains under one seat

cushion and small tear at

the front near the bottom

£40; Edwardian chaise

longue, restoration

project £160; Solid pine

chest of drawers, 13

drawers, not old £200;

Large, old pine cupboard,

double arched doors

£600. 01433 623633.

LIGHT TEAK TABLE 63” x

36” x 29”, no scratches, 6

matching faux chairs, no

marks, clean, nonsmoker

selling because

moved into smaller house

£95ono. Baby Weaver

adventure carrier, front

and back carrier unused

£15ono; Pink 4 wheel

baby walker with music

bear on front plus toys,

good condition £15ono.

01629 823025.

NEXT GOLDEN SAND

VELOUR 2.5 SEATER

SOFA W180cm, D88cm,

H68cm, must collect £40.

07585 234836

Wirksworth.

DVD PLAYER DENON DN-

V100 PROFESSIONAL

EQUIPMENT with remote

control, was in Village

Hall, Calver and is 7yrs

old but in excellent

working order as it was

occasionally used, will

accept any reasonable

offer. 01433 630760.

4 SEATER BROWN

LEATHER SOFA VGC

£90ono. 01298 26614.

WOODEN SHUTTERS

WITH FRAME designed to

fit internally, frame 2070

H X 1580 W, 6 louvred

doors, inc. everything

needed for fitting, cost

new £992, exc. cond.

£350. 01629 650024.

CAMCORDER Canon

Legria FS406, 41x zoom,

charger, carry case, 2

memory discs, exc. cond.

£100; Women’s bike, good

cond., pannier carrier

£50, can send images.

07941 580593.

CHILDRENS SUPERMAN

COSTUME small, and

Spiderman costume with

mask, age 6-8, both used

and with some wear and

tear £2 each; Fisher Price

Imaginext space rocket

set £6; Peppa Pig house

with furniture and lots of

characters £2.50; Toy

carry-along farm with

tractor, characters and

animals, suit toddler

£3.50; Large robodinosaur,

noises and

movements no longer

working properly £2.

07757 788899 Matlock.

CROSS GREEN

SERVICES

MATLOCK

MAN AND VAN • HOUSE

REMOVALS • LIGHT HAULAGE

LOCAL & NATIONAL DELIVERIES

For a friendly reliable service

call Jamie on

01629 735496

077 177 55 377

PINE WALL MOUNTED

CORNER UNIT with

glazed door £125; 2 loose

cover comfy armchairs

£50 for the pair; 2 dining

chairs with arms £50 for

the pair; 1 green leather

covered footstool £20.

01298 85084.

POULTRY HOUSE 6-8

birds, brand new, on legs,

internal nest boxes £240.

01629 823728.

2 PUT YOU UP FOLDING

BEDS with mattresses,

hardly used, space

needed £5 each, photos

available. 01433 650536.

SKIS AND SKI BOOTS

Scott Mission 178cm all

mountain skis with fully

adjustable bindings £90;

Rossignol Bandit B2

148cm all mountain skis

and bindings, ideal for

kids £80; SkiTrab Volare

Piuma Evo 171cm

ultralight powder /

touring skis, skis only,

brand new RRP £440,

accept £240; Lowa

Struktura Evo ski / ski

mountaineering boots,

size 7.5 £80; Lange Vector

7, 4 buckle / fully

adjustable, ski boots, size

8.5 £40; Salomon

Performa, 4 buckle, ski

boots, size 7.5 £30. 07815

415620 Stoney Middleton

(eves).

IKEA 4 SEATER SOFA

BED 4’ 6” W, with cover,

good cond., buyer

collects. 01433 650172.

2 SEATER LAZYBOY

manual recliner with

bluetooth speaker, iPod

dock, audio jack and

sound control, sofa is grey

fabric £80ono. 07873

570329.

CARAVAN COVER will fit

14’ caravan, used once

£80ono; Panama XL 260

small lightweight awning,

burgundy and grey, fits

caravans 235-250cm H,

good cond. £80ono;

Universal annex, will fit

any full awning, used

once, VGC £80ono; Waste

Master pull along water

container, VGC £25; Aqua

Roll water carrier, VGC

£25; Inner tent for awning,

VGC £10. 01298 71918.

REVELATION WHISTLER

MEGA DECKER TROLLEY

BAG 2 wheeled, 4.3kg

weight, 89cm x 41cm x

39cm, capacity 116 litres.

£20; Free, 4 drawer metal

filing cabinet, old but

serviceable, buyer

collects; Furniture hand

made solid mahogany,

dresser with 2 glazed

cupboards, 2 lower

cupboards, 2 drawers £75

and a cupboard base/

bookcase unit £75; Plus,

part units in same wood

and hand made mode,

buyer collects. 01433

630696.

PANASONIC TV 40”,

Freeview, with remote, on

stand with glass shelves

£40; Sky Box with remote

£20, collection only. 01298

84980.

STAR WARS DARTH

VADER CHILDS

COSTUME for 8-10yr old.,

unused, still in original

packaging £12; Solid

wood Atelier coffee table,

140cm x 80cm x 43cms,

was a prize in national

magazine competition,

cost £595, too big for us,

accept £200; Lady’s black

leather briefcase,

shoulder strap, Condotti

make, laptop size,

multiple pockets, exc.

cond., as new, cost £100+,

accept £35; Lady’s maxi

dress, size 16, Matthew

Williamson Butterfly

make, pink, range and

turquoise Ikap design,

worn once, as new, cost

£75, accept £20; Dell

subwoofer computer dual

speaker system, exc.

cond. £10ono. 01629

760826.

2 BEAUTIFUL CHERRY

WOOD DOUBLE

WARDROBES 76” H x 43”

W x 23” D, fully fitted with

shelves and hangers etc.;

Also, one triple wardrobe

in cherry wood, 65” W,

cost over £300 each,

offers around £120 each,

buyer collects but they

will dismantle. 01298

871544.

Peak Ads

3 PIECE SUITE AND 3

SEATER SETTEE AND 2

ARMCHAIRS fire

resistant and in

reasonably good cond.,

been replaced with new

suite £100, collect from

Buxton. 01298 25294.

MOTORBIKE SKINTAN

LEATHERS Akito,

approved protectors

fitted, size XXL £75; Crash

helmet, Shoei TXR, large,

cert. British standards

£15; Car roof bars £10.

01298 85177.

LADIES LEATHER

WALKING BOOTS size 5,

Hi-Tech 50 Peaks, hardly

worn £20ono. 01298

25179.

1950s DRESSING TABLE

MIRROR mirror only £10’,

1950s sideboard, dark

wood £45; Philips hostess

trolley, GWO £40; 4

wooden shaft golf clubs,

Arthur Lees 4, 6, 7 iron

and putter £20. 07789

227892 Matlock.

CLOTHES big mens, all

sizes, lots new, suits,

trousers, coats, shirts,

2XL, 3XL, 4XL. 07973

380847 Flagg.

SOLID PINE SINGLE

HEADBOARD £25; Double

bed base with 4 drawers,

John Lewis £30; Roberts

Terrain rugged portable

radio, waterproof / impact

proof, cost £150 new,

accept £25; Various items

of antique kitchenalia /

bric-a-brac £30 the lot.

01629 812486.

ELLIS REMOVALS

AND STORAGE

Large or small removals

Available 7 days a week

Any job considered

Packing & Storage available

– CRB Certified –

Tel Stuart

01246 276828

07950447439

DUAL HIFI TURNTABLE

ceramic and direct drive,

VGC £45; Slide projector,

35mm Kodak Carousel,

VGC £50; Massage table,

white, portable, folding

£30; Fridge, small /

worktop, GWO, clean £30;

Binoculars, birdwatching,

Swift Audubon 8x44 C/F,

multi-coated, superb

glasses, mint, calf leather

case £100; Rowing

machine £30. 07980

428747 Bakewell.

3 X 20L DRUMS OF

MASONRY PAINT

Cornish cream £40 each

or £100 the lot; Old cast

iron tortoise stove,

complete, needs some

TLC £175ovno; Very nice

gypsy wooden caravan, 2’

long £25. 07919 541716.

BRASS HEARTH FENDER

70” x 19”, can email

photos, antique £50.

01433 631431.

Private household items for sale –

FREE OF CHARGE

For people living within our FREE distribution area

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TABLE TOP FREEZER 1yr

old £50, can deliver.

07951 333360 Matlock.

GENERATOR Wurzburg

W-8500, new 2016 model,

3 x 230v sockets, 1 x 380v

socket, 1 x 12v socket,

voltmeter, circuit breaker

£225. 01629 55421.

MAN AND VAN

For removals/deliveries

etc, excellent rates,

free quotes, over 15

years’ experience

Call Mick on

07964 447054

2 BEAUTIFUL CHERRY

WOOD DOUBLE

WARDROBES 76” H x 43”

W x 23” D, also one triple

wardrobe, 65” long, cost

over £300 each, offers

around £120 each, can be

dismantled; Lincat 3kw

stainless Salamander

commercial grill, 24” x

12” x 14” deep, can be

surface / wall mounted,

perfect for pub /

restaurant, like new, RRP

£421, accept £100; 2

traditional kitchen chairs

£20 each; Electric tile

cutter with water bath

£15; Tripod mounted 25x

telescope £10; Royal

Doulton Larchmont

Pattern tea service, 8

place inc. teapot, milk

and sugar basin etc. £25.

01298 871544.

BARBOUR JACKET as

new, size 42” £35. 01629

55421.

PRO FITNESS CROSS

TRAINER hardly used,

VGC £30ono; Hand

painted chest of drawers

x2 £10ono each. 01433

631305.

BOSCH CLASSIXX

DISHWASHER slimline,

good cond. £90; Stunt

bike, Apollo Boogie, for

7/9yr old. 07999 357713

Tideswell.

BUILDING STONE.

Random, coursed and

walling gritstone, 20 ton

approx, £750. Buyer to

collect. 07979 243777.

B E A U T I F U L

HOUSEHOLD MIRRORS 2

x gold framed semiornate,

54” x 30” and 43”

x 31”, VGC £55 and £45

respectively; Wheelchair,

Enigma make / design, 2

large detachable rear

wheels, VGC £120ovno;

Mobility tri-walker,

locking brakes, basket,

VGC £30; Childs safety

fireguard, adjustable £18.

07970 986066.

ICE AXE 65cm, Camp,

VGC £30; Brass boat

clock and barometer,

matching pair, modern

quartz £20; Gents

watches, all VGC or as

new £5-£30 each; Brass

top round Asian folding

table, 16” dia. £15. 07903

093630 Grindleford.

CIRCULAR TABLE 4’ dia.,

extends to oval, 6’ x 4’

£15. 01629 732317.

SOLID WOOD LARGE

WARDROBE exc. cond.

£100; Solid wood

dressing table with

mirror £50; Kingsize bed,

lovely cond. £50, genuine

reason for sale,

downsizing. 01629

583788.

GREENHOUSE approx. 7’

x 5’, buyer to dismantle

and remove some spare

glass £100ono; 2 x

greenhouse paraffin

heaters, FREE; Electric

garden vac / blower £10;

Automatic linker for

Knitmaster knitting

machine, unused. 01629

732317.

ALL DUE TO DOWN-

SIZING Trolley jack, 2 ton

£15; 2 metal car ramps

£4; Electric hedge

trimmer £15; Garden

blower/vac £10; Black

and Decker dual height

folding work bench £15.

Gelato-Cheff automatic

ice cream and sorbet

maker with books, free.

01629 732317.

SET OF 4 16” POLISHED

ALLOY WHEELS virtually

unmarked, came on new

Peugeot Estate, but not

used, genuine bargain

£200. 01298 25294.

SKYFLITE TROLLEY

CASES X 2 black and red,

94 litres capacity, 73 x 45

x 32cm size, unused. Cost

£120 each, accept £35

each. 07811 918335.

BRAND NEW UGG

BOOTS grey size 7 1 / 2 £50;

GHD styling hair

straighteners, only used a

few times, like new £45.

Yamaha acoustic guitar

with case £80. 07900

041332.

DORO PHONEEASY 611

with camera, Tesco pay

as you go sim, charger,

still boxed. 07724 239672.

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considered

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Valentine’s Feature

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Your Totally Independent Local Newspaper Peak Advertiser 16th January 2017 – Page 39

FATHER CHRISTMAS MAKES A VISIT TO

WINSTER VILLAGE COMMUNITY SHOP

Thank You From The Rotary Club of Wirksworth

‘BRIDGES NOT WALLS’

DEMONSTRATION –

Please Join Us

On Friday, January 20th, the

day when the new President

of the United States is

inaugurated, a group

supported by ABC’s Asylum

Seekers and Refugee

Programme, will be

meeting to make public the

conviction that ‘We must

build bridges, not walls, to a

peaceful and just world rid

of oppression and hatred’.

The meeting will be held

at the Bakewell end of the

pedestrian footbridge

joining the town centre and

the Agricultural Centre. You

are warmly invited to show

your support for this

commitment by joining the

demonstration for any

length of time between 1pm

and 3pm

David Clark

(Programme Co-ordinaror)

LAND ROVER

PARTS, REPAIR

AND SERVICING

MATT SAVAGE 4X4

Unit 3, Unity Complex,

Darley Dale, DE4 2HX.

Tel 01629 735555

www.mattsavage.com

MILNER

MOT

TESTING

While you wait

SERVICING AND

REPAIRS

SAM FURNISS LTD

Cliff House, The Cliff

Tansley, Matlock

(01629) 55237

D.W. AUTOS

SCRAP VEHICLES WANTED

Scrap Metals • MoT Failures

Accident Damage • Non-runners

TOP PRICES PAID

Free Collection • Licensed Waste Carrier

07512 529096 / 07809 111259

Over 50 children came to

visit Vasculitis UK’s very own

Santa, aka John Mills, on

the 11th December 2016 at

Winster Village shop.

http://www.winster.org/pag

es/winster-villageshop.htm

On hand was Elf,

EXPERIENCE RETREATS WITH

SERENITY YOGA AND THERAPIES

The Serenity team continues

to offer their usual high

quality classes and

therapies but are now

expanding their range of

retreats. Helen is also

running a Yoga Teacher

Training course beginning

early this year.

The first retreat at the

Coldwell Centre 12-14th

May allows participants the

opportunity to spend a

weekend enjoying Yoga,

warmth and hospitality in a

beautiful and peacefully

secluded area of Lancashire.

AUTO ENGINEERS

Colin Swindell, Winster’s

Village shop Manager, to

help Santa out. A fantastic

£150 was raised through

donations and sales of

Christmas cards for

Vasculitis

UK

www.vasculitis.org.uk

Next building on the

success of previous years

are two five day retreats in

the French countryside at La

Roseaire Romagne in Poitou

Charentes, 30th May to 3rd

June and 29th August to 2nd

September.

All levels of experience

are welcome. If you would

like to enjoy ‘Yoga with a

smile guaranteed’, contact

Helen: Mobile: 07967

169365. Email:

serenity_matlock@tiscali.

co.uk Web: www.serenity

yogaandtherapies.co.uk

Wingerworth Commercials Ltd

WANTED SCRAP CARS

Good prices paid

Garage scrap also wanted

Tel: 07565 554939 or 07795 650618

M.O.T. CENTRE

Servicing Clutches Cam Belts Repairs

Tel: 01629 733993

Unit 2, Ashbrook Close, Old Station Yard, Rowsley

SUPPORTERS OF HELP FOR HEROES

CLASSIC CAR REPAIRS

• SERVICING • TUNING • MoTS •

Ladywood Garage

Baslow Road, Chesterfield S42 7BN

Phone David on 01246 566312 • 01246 567779

The build-up to Christmas is

always a very busy time for

us all and this year it was

particularly busy for

members of Rotary

Wirksworth with the

erection of the traditional

tree in the market place and

Santa in his new Sleigh

MOTORCYCLES WANTED

WANTED MOTORCYCLES Anything considered. £50-£10,000. Cash on

collection. Please phone Tony on 01629 823276 / 07768 906162.

GARAGE WANTED TO BUY

GARAGE WANTED TO BUY in the Darley / Matlock area. Please call

07508 129431.

VALETING SERVICES

Harry’s Auto Care UK

PROFESSIONAL

VALETING SERVICE

07896 930004 Find us on Facebook

MOTORS

MITSUBISHI PAJERO SHOGUN

L200 WANTED dead or alive.

Best cash prices paid. Call Steve

07792 305114.

FREELANDER TD4 FACELIFT 5

door. 2003. Black. 110k miles.

New MoT. 2 owners. FSH. New

clutch and flywheel. Brake

discs and pads £2,500. 01298

70996.

LIBRARY

IMAGE

making appearances at the

carols and tree lighting

ceremony, the Wirksworth

Co-op, Matlock Sainsbury's,

and bringing pleasure to

children (and their mums

and dads) by visiting

Cromford, Wirksworth and

Brassington. All the helpers

FREELANDER 1 TD4 2003. 3

door. Blue. Recent MoT. 117,000

miles. New tyres. £1,750.

Buxton. 07973 706167.

PEUGEOT 406 ESTATE 2.0HDi

Black, one owner from new in

2003, new exhaust & tyres, 12

months MOT, 203k miles, FSH,

Family car, runs very well. £595.

07717 766123.

4x4 FIAT

PANDA

Full MoT, Black,

70,000 miles,

Well serviced,

very good condition

£2,000 ono – Tel 07790 941858

MORRIS

MINOR

4 door, green, 1968

MoT till 8.10.17. Many new parts fitted,

may p/x classic bike or parts.

£2,500ono – 01629 734155

had a very enjoyable time

and particular THANKS ARE

DUE to all who contributed

so generously to the

collections that were made.

£2,300 was raised which

will all be used to support

local good causes and

charities.

Est. 1981

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Clutches

Exhausts

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Suspension

Steering

Cooling

Engines

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AIR-CONDITIONING SERVICE

Full air-con. diagnostics service available

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repair work, often with large savings on parts

and labour prices quoted by the Main Dealer

COURTESY CARS AVAILABLE

Whilst your vehicle is with us you could take

up the option of one of our courtesy cars

so you will never be without transport

(conditions apply).

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Call our Service Team on

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MY FAVOURITE WALKS –

Walking in Circles!

This is not intended as a walk guide

Burgin

Conservatories, orangeries,

garden rooms, windows, doors

Graham Burgin - 07973 321075

G-mail: Gburgin21@gmail.com

www: Burgin-Conservatories.co.uk

See our new

website

• Creators of bespoke upholstered furniture

• Full re-upholstery service

• Fabric sales

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Tel: 01629 56572

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LAWNMOWERS &

LAWNTRACTORS

ANY MAKE, ANY SIZE

COLLECTION AVAILABLE IF

REQUIRED, RING FOR PRICES

CHAINS MADE TO ORDER AND

SHARPENING SERVICE

THBMOWER SERVICES

UNIT 2C STATION RD. IND. EST., BAKEWELL

01629 813472

Derbyshire Dales Engineering Ltd

Cavendish Mill • Stoney Middleton

Hope Valley • Derbyshire • S32 4TH

Tel: 01433 639374

Fax: 01433 639996

Mob: 07932 648468

www.derbyshiredalesengineering.co.uk

Est 1988

We offer a wide selection of gates and railings together with a

bespoke service to enable our customers to include their own

designs.

Everything is tailored to your specific requirements.

We offer a repair and restoration service for your old gates and

railings.

Our range also includes security grilles.

Our services include the manufacture of fire escapes, specialist

joist hangers, composite and single beams, gutter brackets, etc.

We can also offer an on-site welding and fabrication service.

From

Ornamental Ironwork

The Dalesman Forge

The first Bank Holiday

Monday of 2017 was glorious

with a crisp frost and wall to

wall sunshine from dawn to

dusk, perfect conditions for

exploring our wonderful

Peak District and judging by

the crammed car parks

many other people thought

so too.

I felt like following in the

footsteps of my prehistoric

forefathers for this issue and

where better a place to start

than Stanton Moor, one of

our best ancient monument

sites. Literally and physically

I walked in circles for seven

or so miles, beginning with a

visit to Doll Tor which is

located in woodland below

the Andle Stone, accessed by

a permissive path. Also

known as the Six Stones, this

ancient site was excavated in

1852 by the local

archaeologist Thomas

Bateman of Middleton-by-

Youlgreave and then in 1931

by J P Heathcote of

Birchover. A segmented

faience bead was found in

the nearby cairn grave of a

Bronze Age female. Faience

is glass covered with copper

which gives it a turquoise

appearance. It is most

famously associated with

Egypt, but had this prized

possession, probably part of

a bracelet or necklace, been

brought thousands of miles

across Europe or could it

possibly have been made in

this country at that time? The

bead is now at Weston Park

Museum at Sheffield along

with other artefacts from this

area.

Returning to my roadside

parking spot I then followed

a popular path up past the

Cork Stone and trig point en

route for the Nine Ladies. I

was not alone as a steady

pilgrimage of walkers were

heading for this pagan site,

some reading instructions

from walk guides, a few

possibly stumbling across

the stones by pure chance

but many were obviously

regular visitors who knew

their way around the maze of

paths on this elevated

moorland oasis.

Accompanied by a medley

of dogs in all shapes and

sizes, children and families

were enjoying the last day of

freedom before the new

term and work began and I

found myself carried along in

the procession. The Nine

Ladies is always a popular

rucksack snack venue with

little clusters of people

seated around the stones

like a giant picnic table,

which made it an impossible

task to photograph the circle

on this occasion without it

being a crowd shot.

Continuing on I headed

for Stanton-in-the-Peak,

exiting the moor near the

quarry and then walking

bottom, passing a higgledypiggledy

succession of

houses and cottages and for

the most part following a

high stone perimeter wall

which keeps Stanton Hall

intriguingly out of sight.

Many of the properties in

Stanton date from the 17th

and 18th centuries, some

marked with the initials WPT

on lintels, which stands for

William Pole Thornhill who

built them.

After crossing over the

road down in the valley

below, a field footpath

brought me to the lane

passing the complex of

buildings which make up

Harthill Hall luxury holiday

cottages set around the

main 16th century

farmhouse, on the site of a

former medieval grange.

Further up the road I passed

neat rows of static caravans

and then came across Peak

Pods, an alternative form of

holiday accommodation for

those preferring a trendy

‘glamping’ experience,

currently with three fabulous

wooden ‘pod’ chalets set in a

semi-circle.

Being north facing and

sheltered, the lane was icy

and pitted with frozen

puddles so I ventured very

slowly toward the junction

with Broadmeadow Cottages

on my right. At one time

these were the offices of the

Alport Mining Company.

Although known to have

been among the wettest lead

mines in Derbyshire, they

were also extremely

productive. Records show

that as early as 1647,

liberty of Harthill were

written down by the Barmoot

Court.

A left turn and I was on

the long stretch of road

walking toward Robin Hood’s

Stride, following a stretch of

the Old Portway, a route that

dates back into the echelons

of time and thought to have

been used by early travellers

between distant hill forts.

From this elevated rise I

could see Stanton Hall over

to my left in the distance

whilst to my right was a

stunning vista of Youlgrave in

all its glory.

At one point I came across

a local farmer and his family

herding some heifers down

the lane to new pasture. Far

from being a stampede, they

walked past me in a very well

behaved march, encouraged

by the promise of a bucket of

feed.

The final circle in my trio

now came into view but with

only four standing stones

can it really be described as

a circle or has it been

reduced over the last couple

of centuries to a square or

rectangle? Known as the

Grey Ladies, it is thought that

there were originally nine

standing stones on this site

and with the highest being

some 2 metres, this is

classed as the tallest stone

circle in Derbyshire.

Leaving the road I crossed

fields to pass between the

towering stack of stones at

Robin Hood’s Stride, also

known as Mock Beggars

Hall, and woodland on my

left which shrouded

Cratcliffe Rocks. The

have been a bit crabby had

he been alive to see so many

people staring into his cave

hidden amongst the trees!

After following the track

down to the road my way

now was to follow the

fingerpost sign for Birchover,

heading up past Rocking

Stone. Normally at this time

of year it would be a slow slip

and slither progression up

the steep bank from the road

but I was really grateful to

see that some new steps

have recently been installed

to make the incline more

accessible.

Emerging at the side of

the Druids, I crossed over the

road and made my way up a

woodland path to return to

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many other walkers were

also heading for home,

happy to have been out in the

sunshine and feeling better

for burning off a few festive

calories. Rather than join the

throng of departing vehicles

I sat for a while to watch the

sun set behind Elton Moor,

just as it had done thousands

of years ago when Bronze

Age men finally rested at the

end of a long day after

deciding for some strange

reason to heave together a

group of large stones and

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