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30th January

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The way the weather’s going, our Peak Advertiser front page is probably the only place you’ll see snow this year!

Joe Parker’s photograph looking down Edensor village towards St. Peter’s Church.

Little Green Space

Tel:

January is a good month for

birdwatching, which is a

great activity for a cold

winter’s morning. Bare

branches on garden trees

and shrubs mean birds are

easy to spot, with cold, icy

weather bringing them into

our gardens in search of

food and shelter.

But what do you do if you

don’t have many birds

visiting your garden? The

best way to encourage more

feathered visitors is to

provide them with the things

they need to survive. Wild

birds can really struggle

during a harsh winter, so

food, water and shelter are

key – and even if you only

have a tiny garden, offering

these essentials will make a

world of difference.

We’ve put together four

simple actions that should

help to attract a variety of

species – and if you do end

up with lots of birds visiting

your garden, be sure to take

part in the RSPB’s Big

Garden Birdwatch on 28-30

January (www.rspb.org.uk).

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Offer a variety of food…

It’s essential for birds to

feed well during the day,

every day, as a bird can lose

up to 10 per cent of its body

weight during just one cold

night.

There are many suitable

foods you can offer, and

different types of food will

attract different species.

Finches enjoy sunflower and

nyjer seeds, robins like

mealworms, and blackbirds

and thrushes love to peck at

apples and pears.

If you put out a selection

of feeders offering peanuts,

mixed birdseed, sunflower

seeds and nyjer seeds, you

should soon have all sorts of

birds flocking to your

garden. The bigger the

choice, the more birdlife

you’re likely to see.

Suet blocks or balls are

loved by many birds – but

make sure you remove them

from any nylon mesh bags,

as birds can become

entangled in the netting.

Many kitchen scraps

make good snacks for birds.

Porridge oats, cooked

potato, grated cheese and

leftover pastry provide a

high-energy boost that

really helps during cold

weather. Dried and fresh

fruit are also a good source

of energy.

In cold weather it’s best

to feed the birds in the

morning to replace energy

and weight lost overnight.

Feeding them again in the

late afternoon will keep

them going until the

following day.

Some species, like

blackbirds and collared

doves, prefer to feed off the

ground or from a bird table.

Remember to make sure

the food placed out is fresh

– you’ll find that once the

peanuts have turned black

with successive rainsoaking

and drying out, few

birds will touch them. Keep

an eye on your bird tables,

and remove any food that’s

not being eaten.

…and something to drink

Many people put out food for

the birds but tend to forget

that water is important too.

Just like us, birds need

water to survive, and their

usual drinking places – such

as ponds – may be frozen

over.

Providing a shallow dish

of fresh water will ensure

that the birds visiting your

garden never go thirsty. Wild

birds will soon get to know

that they can rely on a free

drink at your place and

you’ll be surprised at how

the sightings increase.

Birds often drink from

garden ponds, so if you have

a pond and it freezes over,

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access to the water.

Make sure that the water

is kept clean and the

birdbath or dish scrubbed

regularly to remove the

algae that can accumulate.

Birds love a really splashy

dip (a collared dove or wood

pigeon can virtually empty

the bath in a single session)

but they’re not too fussy

about where they drop their

droppings! Clean out and

replace the water regularly,

and in really cold weather

check that the birdbath has

not frozen over.

Don’t be too tidy

If you don’t tidy up your

garden too much you’ll

really be helping the birds,

as well as other wildlife. By

leaving seed heads such as

thistle, teasel and

sunflowers in situ over

winter, you’ll be providing

birds – especially finches –

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Time

to

Change?

Matlock Storytelling – 3rd February

Recruiting Local Staff for Local Businesses

Recruitment in the Peak & Dales

If the

answer is

“YES –

NEW YEAR,

NEW START”

call or email

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Finance

Engineering

Commercial

PA & Secretarial

Retail

Joe is on his way home to

the Evening Star- but why

will no-one speak to him?

Why are there wet

footprints on the flagstones

when father returns?

Strange encounters,

stranger situations; when

the nightmare walks

through your door- be

polite and put the kettle on

- Gillian Shimwell is telling

'Beastly Tales' along with

Helen Appleton who has

'Tales of Lost Love' at

Matlock Storytelling Café in

February.

February's Café is going

to be an exciting homegrown

affair. Two of our

resident Storytellers are

bubbling over with stories

that they have been

carefully incubating

through the darkest nights

of winter. As we head

towards Spring those

stories are sure to bring

light into the still dark

nights. Helen Appleton will

be telling 'Tales of Lost

Love', a bittersweet

collection to touch the

heart whilst Gill Shimwell

brings us 'Beastly Tales',

strange encounters with

even stranger situations.

Gill and Helen are fabulous

storytellers and we’re

lucky to have such

accomplished wordsmiths

on our team, too often

they’re too tied up with

making the night-run but

this time they shall be the

stars of the show. Helen,

Gill, You shall go to the

ball…. Oh I came over all

panto there, put it behind

you and join us in February.

Matlock Storytelling

Café is a unique night out in

the heart of the Peak

District.The candlelit tables

foster a warm welcoming

atmosphere. Soup, hot

drinks and great cakes are

available and you can bring

your booze, it is Friday

night after all. Tickets are

just £7.

As usual we meet on the

first Friday in the month so

that’s Friday the 3rd

February at the Imperial

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Peak Advertiser 30th January 2017 – Page 3

The sound of laughter and

“It’s behind you” will be

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on Thursday 26th, Friday

27th and Saturday 28th of

January.

The group will be

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nights at 7.30pm.

Aladdin is played by Chloe

Arbury who is too poor to

marry the woman he loves,

Princess Cherry Blossom

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(Katie Dillingham). Abanazer

(April Saunders) tricks him

into a cave where he finds an

old lamp containing a

magical genie (Charlotte

Gale) and treasures abound

but how to rid himself of

Abanazer? Help is at hand

from his faithful friend, Pan

Yan, the Panda (Lauren

Lindridge).

Chris Gale is, as always,

overacting and singing loudly

as he tries to wangle his way

out of the turning the mangle

in the laundry and hopes to

persuade Soap Pee Wu

(Jackie Pearson) to make an

honest woman of her.

The main characters are

supported by a small but

very enthusiastic chorus.

Aladdin contains a few

beautiful songs including two

delightful duets sung by

Aladdin and Princess Cherry

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OF HEARING CLUB

At the first meeting of 2017,

we had a most interesting

talk and demonstration

from Derek and Tina

Rawson, long-time

volunteers with Aquabox.

Aquabox is a community

support project of

Wirksworth Rotary Club, set

up to provide safe water for

those in desperate need.

Nowadays, they provide so

much more, which is all

packed away with precision

in a blue plastic box, which

can also be used for storage

or as a table. Derek took all

the contents out of the box,

including a groundsheet and

a clothes line which could

make a shelter, crockery

made from bamboo for

lightness and durability,

clothes, pans, tools - in

short everything to support

life. The children are catered

for with exercise books,

crayons, toys such as yo-yos

and knitted teddies, which

comfort sick children and

help their recovery. When

everything was spread out

on the table, it seemed

impossible that it would all

fit back in the box again. Of

course, the most essential

thing to come out of the box

was the Aquafilter which

makes dirty water safe to

drink. Derek had brought

some water from the

Derwent which was a murky

brown colour. He put this

through the filter, and it was

transformed like magic into

clear water, which Derek

drank, proving how safe it

was. He then quickly and

expertly repacked all the

items into the box, while

answering questions from

members. Haiti is the target

destination for the

Aquaboxes at present.

There were many

photographs on display,

showing happy recipients of

the boxes in various parts of

the world, over the years.

Derek and Tina were

thanked for their talk and for

all the good work which they

do.

The next meeting will be

at 2pm on Monday 6th

February, in the Imperial

Rooms, Matlock, when J.

Burgess will talk about

Lumsdale.

BASLOW SENIOR

CITIZENS CLUB

We have two interesting talks

on unusual subjects planned

for February. On February

3rd Mark Johnson’s subject

is “Memories of a Rat

Catcher”. On February 17th

Sally Hodgson will talk on

“Dry Stone Walling” Both

meetings at Baslow Village

Hall at 2pm. Refreshments

served as usual, by our

willing volunteers.

We have had several new

members join over the past

few months and we would

welcome more. You don’t

have to live in Baslow. Just

turn up on the day, or phone

Christopher Wragg, Baslow

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THE HOPE VALLEY COMMUNITY AND FAMILY

AND FRIENDS OF 13 YEAR-OLD AIDAN

RAISE £27,000 IN HIS MEMORY



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Aidan’s grandmother Ann, James, Leah, Gail and Martin

Quinton (technician for the Paediatric Critical Care Unit).

(Inset Aidan)

A family from Hathersage

have raised over £27,000

through their community for

The Children’s Hospital

Charity in memory of their

son and brother, Aidan, who

died aged 13 last February

after a tragic accident.

The money raised by the

Bancroft family has been

used to buy a new ventilator

and defibrillator, life-saving

pieces of machinery which

have been donated to the

Intensive Care Unit at

Sheffield Children’s

Hospital.

Aidan’s parents, 41 yearold

James Bancroft and 45

year-old Gail Bancroft

began their fundraising by

asking well-wishers to

donate to The Children’s

Hospital Charity, rather than

buying flowers in

remembrance of Aidan.

Friends and relatives of

the Bancroft family have

organised numerous events

including: a ten-mile walk,

two local football

tournaments and an under

14’s boot camp. ‘The Gym

Challenge’ involved

hundreds of people cycling,

rowing and running the

distance from Land’s End to

John O’Groats using the

equipment at Hope Valley

Health Club. “It was a

chance for everyone to

come together and

remember Aidan and the

community spirit was lovely

to see,” said Gail.

“I think Aidan would be

proud of us and I think he’d

be pleased to think he was

helping other children,” said

Gail. “He would have wanted

to say thank you to the

hospital.”

As well as inspiring a

whole host of community

events, James, Gail, Leah

and their relatives including

Grandmother Ann (63), his

Aunty Yvonne (44) and his

cousins Eleanor (13) and

Lottie (11) have attended

and supported as many as

they could. Aidan’s 11 yearold

sister, Leah has put her

all into fundraising. She

walked, ran cake stalls,

exercised over 25 miles on

gym equipment and

cheered on marathon

runners. Leah also held her

own cake stall, with the help

of her friend in Hathersage

village centre. “She’s been

absolutely amazing and we

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who takes the time to send us

their articles and photographs,

but from time-to-time we receive

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couldn’t be prouder of her!”

said Gail.

Angela Dunn, Project and

Grants Officer for The

Children’s Hospital Charity

said, “We would like to

whole-heartedly thank the

Bancroft family. They are a

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is going to make a vital

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TIDESWELL UTD FC

After a shake-up in the

summer last year Tideswell

football club now have two

senior teams.The first team

playing in the Central

Midlands North Division and

the reserves playing in the

Hope Valley Premier League.

“The first team is managed

by Dave Bradbury, assisted by

Mark Bradbury and Ant

Ollerenshaw.

“Dave has spent the last

five years at Buxton FC,

coaching the U19s for 3 years,

the U21s and last year the

reserves. The venture at

Tideswell seemed to be the

right thing to do having picked

up valuable experience at

Buxton, working with Martin

Mcintosh and Tim Ryan from

the first team.

“Also the facilities at

Tideswell warrant a good

standard of football to be

played there.

“After a lot of hard work

getting the ground ready to the

required standard and

working on getting a squad of

players together, we finally got

underway in mid August. We

have now played half our

league games and sit exactly

halfway in the table. We have

two games in hand on most

and if we win those we go up

into the top four.

“The standard of football is

without doubt a lot higher than

local football. But the most

pleasing thing is we are

competing as a team within

the league which was the

biggest concern going into

something new like this. We

have ambition to make it

better and progress the team

on and off the pitch over the

coming years.

“I believe there are players

playing locally that are good

enough to step up to this

level.They can get in touch with

me. My details are listed

below.

“All the hard work done

over the last six months

couldn't have been done

without financial backing. A big

thank you to our new kit

sponsor E & R Country

Lettings, D G Bradshaw Ltd

Eddie Pearce and John Corthwaite of the Central Midlands league committee along with

Dave Bradbury and Matt Brown. (Captain of team). This was for winning the fair play and

most welcoming club award. £100.00 two match balls and 5 training balls. (Inset) Rob and

Ellen Hopkins plus family of E&R Country lettings (new kit sponsors)

and Richard Lane Transport.

There are still plenty of

opportunities for sponsorship

within the club. Financial

support is vital for any football

club. Also we require

volunteers to help on match

Dick Whittington!!!

We all got into the Panto

spirit earlier on Carnival

Day.

Come along and enjoy

the real thing at Bradwell

Centenary Players'

production of Dick

Whittington from 15-18th

February at the Memorial

Hall, Netherside, Bradwell.

Our hero Dick has a

dream about becoming

Lord Mayor of London but

King Rat and his Rat Pack

have other ideas!

With a whole host of

characters, from Dame

Sherry Trifle to Sheik Onnit,

and musical support from

"The Sette Of Odde

Volumes" this is a fun panto

and a great night out.

Tickets are on sale from

mid January at

the Bradwell Village

days at Tideswell, serving teas,

coffees etc, someone to take

the gate money, sell

programmes, raffle tickets etc

etc. Tideswell and the

surrounding area has a lot of

people and I'm sure there are

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welcome.

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trip was a lady from Kent

and two from Belfast.

“I raised the funds to go

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friends. I did a quiz, and my

partner gave up drinking for

two weeks. My local Girls

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and put a float in the carnival,

to help raise funds. Overall, I

managed to raise £3000.00.

“Once in George, South

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us what the work of the

mission was and what we

may be doing over the next

two weeks.

“The first week we helped

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Pollinating the Peak Project wins £25,000 in National Competition

Peak Advertiser 30th January 2017 – Page 7

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JANUARY MEETING

On a cold grey day in

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hear Les Millard tell us

about his adventures

researching into the history

of the early 18th-century

apothecary and physician,

Thomas Bateman. His

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Thursday February 16th

Hathersage Memorial Hall

2pm.

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A BUSY MEETING FOR ROTARY BAKEWELL

Peak Advertiser 30th January 2017 – Page 9

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT

It was with great pleasure

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McGlone, was able to

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Lynn Jones from

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news that a recent legacy

had enabled the hospice to

refurbish some buildings to

provide a visitor café,

counselling room and some

limited accommodation for

patients’ family members.

Russell Hall from

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also delighted to accept his

cheque and told members

that the hospice‘s only

financial help comes from

donations and was very

grateful for this support.

The club raised funds for

both causes through the

recent Tree of Light and

Book of Remembrance and

Santa collections. It is

thanks to the generosity of

local people that Rotary

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local causes and we thank

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MATLOCK

PROBUS CLUB

PROGRAMME

FOR 2017

Matlock Probus Club has just

published its programme of

speakers for the coming

year. The topics to be covered

are rich and varied. They

include Chris Vasper on

running marathons in the

desert, Bill Tomlinson on the

work of the Derbyshire

Children’s Holiday Centres,

Brian Stone on the fate of

prisoners of war at the hands

of the Japanese following the

capture of Singapore and

Ken Smith talking on the

Archaeology of the Peak

District.

Matlock Probus Club

meets at Willersley Castle,

Arkwright’s home in

Cromford, on the first

Thursday of the month.

Willersley Castle is a great

venue set within magnificent

grounds. The staff are

welcoming and make every

effort to ensure that visitors

have all that they need. The

hotel restaurant offers an

excellent choice of menu

with wines and beers readily

available. Members share a

meal together after the

speakers have given their

talk.

Membership of Matlock

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• PROBATE

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IS IT TIME TO REVIEW YOUR WILL?

Did you know that your Will

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Over the past 10 years we

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Tina Fisher, wills and probate

Essentially, the Trust is

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Now, depending on your

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winding up the trust and this

in itself can potentially create

adverse tax consequences

for the Trustees and

additional expenses for the

beneficiaries.

If you would like to review

your Will please feel free to

pop in, send me an email

tmf@chubblaw.co.uk or give

me a call on 01629 581252

and ask for Tina Fisher.

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If you’ve made getting

involved with nature one of

your resolutions for 2017,

then the Get Better with

Nature project has lots to

offer you.

Local employees, children

and charity workers came

together in Buxton recently

to improve biodiversity on a

meadow at the Nestlé site in

a Day of Action as part of the

Get Better With Nature

project. Taking around 72

man hours to complete, the

work involved removing cut

grass to prevent excess

nutrients getting into the soil,

and planting local

wildflowers which will give

pollinators a boost when they

bloom in the spring and

summer. Helpers included

staff from Nestlé Waters UK,

and people from Bright

Opportunities, a Buxton

based charity helping adults

with learning difficulties, as

well as staff from Derbyshire

Wildlife Trust.

Sian Chapman, Corporate

Communications and Head

of Creating Shared Value at

Nestlé Waters said, “Events

like this helps us to share the

positive impact a healthy

environment can have on all

of us, especially when local

people get involved. We are

really happy to be working

with Derbyshire Wildlife

Trust and the local

community again”.

The “Get Better with

Nature” campaign is a

partnership between Nestlé

Waters UK and Derbyshire

Wildlife Trust, which aims to

raise awareness of the value

of nature and the benefits it

can have on our health and

wellbeing, as well as

inspiring local communities

to participate in protecting

nature and promoting

biodiversity. The project is a

collaborative partnership

and has benefited from

funding worth £27,000 from

Nestlé Waters UK, and has

just been extended for

another year.

There are many exciting

elements to the project

including a Family Forests

Schools Programme, a

Wildlife Youth Ranger

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Restoration and Biodiversity

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to inspire everyone from

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ROTARY BAKEWELL HEARS FROM ITS LATEST

SPONSORED LEADERSHIP STUDENT

Martha Bramwell, a year 10

student at Lady Manners

School, gave an excellent

talk to Bakewell Rotary Club

recently on her memorable

weekend at Whitehall

attending a Young Leaders

Award scheme (known as

RYLA). She and Oscar

Fishwick, also year 10, were

sponsored by Bakewell

Rotary Club to join other

students from the area for a

course of outdoor activities

and the opportunity to

develop character and

leadership skills. She

explained how the weekend

made her and Oscar more

aware of their ability to cope

with team work,

communication skills and

how to overcome their fears

and to help others in their

team to do the same as they

tackled such challenges as

abseiling, rafting and

potholing.

Weekends such as this

are organised by Rotary

Come to Tansley Village

Hall on Saturday 4th

February and beat the

winter blues with some

musical sunshine in the

form of Mambo Jambo – a

vibrant acoustic roots duo

whose repertoire draws on

sounds from Cuba, New

Orleans, Brazil, Eastern

Europe and Latin America,

as well as bluegrass and

boogie.

The duo, Frankie

Banham and Pete Jack,

carry with them more

instruments than the

average orchestra! Pete

covers guitar, banjo,

percussion, tres (traditional

Cuban guitar), ukulele, and

accordion, while Frankie

plays saxophone, clarinet,

flute, guitar and percussion,

and both do vocals.

“Musical sunshine from

a multi-talented and multiinstrumental

duo. If they

cannot put a smile on your

face and set your feet

tapping you may be beyond

therapy.” So said an entry in

the Leeds Gig Guide.

Tickets for Mambo

Jambo’s concert in Tansley,

a Live & Local show, are

priced at £11. Booking is

essential – phone 01629

584243 or 07748 545287.

People wishing to sit

clubs nationally and are

geared towards either 14-16

year-olds or 16-18 yearolds

as appropriate. They

offer the students a wide

range of activities aimed at

character building and

communicating with other

together are requested to

book all their seats through

one person at the same

time.

The show starts at

7.30pm. There will be soft

seating at candlelit tables

set out in cabaret style. A

people at all levels. The

certificates are invaluable

additions to CVs and have

led to students becoming

Rotary Scholars or

Ambassadors which help

them in further education

and employment.

MAMBO JAMBO – ‘Musical Sunshine’ In Tansley, 4th February

'Absolutely tremendous! Really brilliant sound; so uplifting!'

(BBC Radio Derby)

licensed bar serving real

ale, wine and soft drinks will

be open for half an hour

before the show, during the

interval and after the show.

People are welcome to

bring their own nibbles but

not drinks.

CROMFORD WI – JANUARY 2017 MEETING

The speaker at the January

meeting was Duncan

Simpson, the author of a

history of youth hostels in

England and Wales – “Open

to All, how youth hostels

changed the world”. He has

also written a biography of

Richard Schirrmann, the

man who invented youth

hostels.

Originally from

Zimbabwe, Duncan came to

the UK in 1976 and took a

summer job in a youth

hostel. He continued to work

in the youth hostel

movement for more than 30

years, becoming assistant

manager in Cambridge and

the Lake District and running

a hostel in Devon. He and his

wife Caroline managed youth

hostels together in Essex

and Wiltshire, until Duncan

moved to work as a regional

manager. For ten years he

was Head of Corporate

Affairs for YHA (England and

Wales). He now lives in

Cromford.

Duncan gave a brief

history of the youth hostel

movement, which began in

Germany. Richard

Schirrmann was a school

teacher in a mining area. To

escape the pollution from the

mines he would take his

pupils into the countryside.

While sheltering from a

storm in a school he had the

idea of creating a chain of

hostels for young people.

Today there are hostels all

over the world.

Tom Fairclough and

Connie Alexander had

stayed at youth hostels in

Germany and decided to

open similar ones in Britain.

The first hostel opened at

Pennant Hall in Wales, in

December 1930. The

following year another 75

hostels opened. There were

44 in Derbyshire, now there

are nine.

In Britain today there are

almost 200 hostels, with

visitors from all over the

world. Last year there were 2

million overnight stays, half

a million of those from

overseas, with more people

from China than from the

USA.

Some of our members

shared their memories of

youth hostelling in the days

when you were expected to

arrive on foot, and to help

with chores such as peeling

potatoes or sweeping floors.

Accommodation was basic. It

is quite different now, with

family and private rooms.

Meals and packed lunches

are provided.

Duncan was thanked for

his interesting talk and was

asked to judge the

competition for a favourite

Christmas card. Trish was

declared the winner and

Yvonne was the overall

competition winner of 2016.

Future activities include a

travel afternoon hosted by

Christine and a knit and

natter at Margaret’s. At the

next meeting we will be

learning about the work of

the Derbyshire Wildlife Trust

and the competition is a

wildlife photograph.

Cromford WI meetings

are held at Cromford

Institute, The Hill, on the first

Wednesday of each month

except August. New

members and visitors are

welcome.

For more information

please contact Janet on

01629 822319.

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ADVERTORIAL

White Rose School of Health and Beauty

The Sheffield School of

Health & Beauty has been

established as a “Centre of

Excellence” offering an

extensive range of courses

in Beauty Therapy, Nail

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and Hair and Media Makeup.

To ensure the highest

standards of training, all

tuition is in small study

groups with expert tutors,

who are highly qualified and

have extensive industrial

and teaching experience.

Students receive maximum

support and guidance from

the Principal and tutors

throughout their training

programme. Due to the high

standard of training, our

students have excellent

career opportunities with

many prospective

employers who are in

regular contact with the

college.

The college is positioned

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short distance away from

the bus and railway stations.

Car parking is available

nearby.

We are enrolling now on

all our courses, Fashion &

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Complementary Therapy,

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ASHBOURNE

ANIMAL WELFARE

Be My Valentine

OPEN DAY

Sunday 12th February

The Ark, Wyaston Rd,

Visit the cattery and kennels

and let one of our cats or

dogs steal your heart.

Homemade lunches & teas.

Ashbourne

Gifts, Bric a brac, books.

11am-4pm. Free admission.

For more info tel: 01335

300494.

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Book your free 30-minute

consultation with our wills

and probate specialists.

We have the skills and experience

to ensure your needs and objectives

are met.

Home visits can be arranged on

request.


Health & Beauty will be

running an open week from

20th–23rd February – all the

courses that we deliver will

be showcased in this

exciting event. If you would

‘Wishing and hoping for a

new home’. Deerhound X

greyhound called Hope who

is very friendly and loves to

play football

We offer advice on:

like to participate in the free

demonstrations, please

contact us on 0114 275 0201

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Introductory courses in Bakewell, please call or email

Commissions welcomed. Triple glazing available

Contact: 07742 481930 (day) 01629 814770 (eve)

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WHISKY TASTINGS

at Rutland Arms Hotel,

Bakewell

Winter Warmers Tasting

Friday, 24th February 2017

Irish Tasting

Friday, 17th March 2017

Asian Tasting

Friday, 28th April 2017

Tel 01629 812235 for tickets

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ROTARY BAKEWELL ORGANISES A

CHRISTMAS TEA FOR LOCAL SENIOR CITIZENS

On Friday 16th December,

around 7O senior citizens

from Bakewell and the

immediate area enjoyed a

Christmas tea organised by

Rotary Bakewell. The tea

was accommodated in

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Bakewell Methodist Church

Hall with full ‘waiter

service’ provided by

Bakewell Rotarians. Lots of

food was on offer, and

endless cuppas, all catered

by the Rotarian team and

served from the church

kitchen. A musical group

gave the guests the chance

to sing out loud to

Christmas tunes and a

‘surprise’ visit from Santa

meant that everyone went

home with a gift.

Complimentary raffle

tickets were given to

everyone and three lucky

winners went home with

hampers, just in time for

Christmas.

ROTARY BAKEWELL ENJOYS ITS ANNUAL

CAROL SERVICE AND HONOURS TWO MEMBERS

On Wednesday 21st

December, Rotary Bakewell

held its Annual Carol Service

in All Saints Church,

Bakewell. The service was

attended by Rotarians,

partners, guests and

members of the

congregation.

Following the Carol

Service an excellent

Christmas lunch was

provided by Tim and Justine

and their team at Bakewell

Golf Club. The lunch gave

Rotary Bakewell President,

Lorraine McGlone, the

opportunity to acknowledge

the excellent service

provided by two of the club’s

members, Brian Dean and

Barrie Stephens. Between

them, they have given over

30 years of their time and

talents to serve both local

and international causes

and in recognition of their

invaluable contributions to

Rotary Bakewell, President

Lorraine was delighted to

award them each with a Paul

Harris Fellowship, one of the

highest honours Rotary

International can bestow.

CALLING ON FAMILY FARMS IN THE BAKEWELL AREA

The countryside and family

farms in particular are

currently

under

unprecedented strain with a

combination of continuing

low farm gate prices,

bureaucracy and uncertainty

about the future threatening

many.

The Prince’s Countryside

Fund has now launched The

Prince’s Farm Resilience

Programme in Bakewell,

which will help farm

businesses achieve their

potential by offering free

workshops from excellent

consultants, plus one-to-one

guidance and support to give

them the tools to help longterm

sustainability. Farmers

who have been on similar

projects, say that they have

been extremely useful and

very enjoyable.

If you have a farm, or you

know someone who might

benefit from this initiative in

2017, please get in touch

straight away. Find out more

www.princescountrysidefund.

org.uk, or email the

Bakewell co-ordinator

marymcnaught@thefarming

lifecentre.org.uk or call

01298 85162 to sign up now.

It’s crucial that we help

family farms make the right

decisions during these times

of change to retain a thriving

countryside and encourage a

sustainable farming sector in

the UK.

Claire Saunders, Director,

The Prince’s Countryside Fund

BASLOW W I

DARLINGS

“New Look” John Lewis

Personal Shoppers - Peter

and Sue. I'd be happy with

my “old look” (subtraction of

forty years or more!), back

to the days when a size

twelve was a bit on the big

side! But failing that, John

Lewis has a solution for me.

Camouflage - conceal,

contour and convert our

bodies, starting at the

“bottom”, Sue (Lingerie) can

reshape us, lift us, smooth

us out, firm up the flab and

conceal the cellulite. Once

we're “in shape” Peter

completes

the

transformation, producing

John Lewis Fashion and

Designer treasures, mixing

and matching to order and,

with no communal changing

darlings, you're in private

luxury - coffee on tap.

Peter's enthusiasm and

Sue's empathy couldn't

have been greater, I'm even

tempted to abandon my

hundred per cent cotton

Bridget Jones's for a “new

me”.

Christmas Gifts - Show and

Tell. Lorna has no dog but

received a large fabric

squeaky Turkey, Gill has no

dog either and received a

luminous pink ball with two

feathers, like ears, which

didn't squeak and didn't

bounce very well either! But

it did match her pink Fairy

outfit! Lucky girls!

Lady Fair of Bakewell

36-38 Matlock Street, Bakewell

Tel and Fax 01629 812332

RETIREMENT

NT SALE

SALE

Everything half marked price, including

S. Anselm’s school wear, ladies clothes,

nightwear, underwear, scouts wear, hosiery,

children’s wear, name tapes, etc.

Everything half marked

2016 prices

Fixtures and fittings, etc, for sale; see Amy.

Phone Phillip Dorman on 0114 276 0151 if you

are interested in leasing this property.

HIGH PEAK WINDOW

SYSTEMS LTD

Winter walk to Edensor for

lunch - Leader Vikki Watson.

The “more the merrier”-

actually it's quite surprising to

find who frequents Baslow's

superior Bus Shelter,

particularly when there's an

opportunity to partake of a

few Hors D'Oeuvres and

Apéritifs, even WI members

from other villages joined us

before our walk to Edensor.

Then, an unexpected “Royal”

visit from our Parish News

Editor -Anne (just checking

that we weren't being too

rowdy-I think)

Book Club. Leader - Sue

Dootson. Another

inspirational idea for 2017.

And already twenty darlings

have signed up, double the

number expected. We've

more intellectuals on our

books than University

Challenge! Where will we

Meet and what will we Read?

Is Sue considering a “She

Shed” extension?

8th February 2pm Medical

Detection Dogs - Nicola

Crawford. BVH

10th February 10.30am Walk

from Ashford-in-the-Water

Church.

15th February 12.00 Lunch

Club - Robin Hood Pub,

Baslow.

22nd February WISA - social

afternoon.

26th February 11.30am

Bowling in Chesterfield.

Jane Walker.

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Free Valuations

For Jewellery, Watches, Silver,

Antiques & Collectables

31 January &

28 February

2pm to 4pm

Ashford Memorial Hall

Church Street

Ashford-in-the-Water

Bakewell DE45 1QB

Free Home Visits

For Large/Multiple Items, House

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RESIDENTS DISMAYED BY

QUARRY PLAN AT BEAUTY SPOT

We are a family-owned business specialising in kitchens and bedrooms

Proposed quarry site

Bent Lane wildlife corridor

Over 200 local residents

voiced their grave concerns

about the proposal for a

very large building stone

quarry and processing plant

at a local beauty spot on

Bent Lane, Darley Dale. At

the public meeting on the

18th January, Rob Murfin,

Head of Planning Services

for Derbyshire County

Council, gave a

presentation on the process

for inclusion in the Minerals

Local Plan and explained

the Council’s process for

assessing the proposal.

The meeting was well

attended by local residents,

Councillors, the Mayoress

of Darley Dale and a

representative of Patrick

McLoughlin M.P.

There was a lively

question and answer

session which showed just

how very worried the

residents were about the

detrimental affects of the

proposed quarry on this

very beautiful area of

countryside. Bent Lane is a

single track minor road

which is totally unsuitable

for HGV traffic or any

increase in traffic, which

could lead to accidents.

Residents were

dismayed that the proposal

would mean that Bent Lane

would have to be widened,

which would include the

removal of a large number

of ancient trees to allow

access to the large HGVs

that would be required to

transport the stone.

Residents were also very

concerned about the

location of a large 6-foot

cast iron water pipe which is

buried within the proposed

area. This pipe supplies

water to Leicester and

Derby and could be

susceptible to vibration

caused by drilling and

blasting. A broken water

pipe or indeed the alteration

of the water table caused by

the works could result in

severe flooding further

down the hillside and into

Darley Dale itself.

There were concerns

about the adverse affects of

blasting, drilling and stone

cutting, with noise and dust

pollution becoming a major

problem.

One resident

highlighted some current

quarry extraction activity

in a nearby location that

was being carried out

without permission. This

just highlighted the

problems of enforcing

legal requirements for

large scale extraction.

As one resident pointed

out, the proposed quarry

would not only affect

residents in Darley Dale but

the site would be highly

visible from properties on

the hillside on the other

side of the valley in Wensley,

Oker, Snitterton and above

Two Dales.

In summary, the feeling

of the local residents was

that there was no

substantive evidence to

justify the scheme and the

proposed quarry would

completely destroy a very

unique and special area of

countryside, as well as

destroying the environment

for the rare wildlife that

lives there.

The consultation period

deadline is 29th January.

Comments can be sent to

ETC.Wastemin@derbyshire.

gov.uk

JOSIE GILBERT – Pilsley CE Primary School Fundraising Star

“Josie Gilbert from Pilsley

CE Primary School has

made an amazing thing

happen,” says Mrs Emma

Bond, Headteacher. “Josie

is a member of our school

council who read about an

appeal which she felt very

strongly about. It was the

run-up to Christmas and

lots of our pupils were

looking forward to Santa

arriving, opening presents

and spending happy days

with friends and family.

“However, Josie thought

differently. She took the

time to think about other

children in the world

feeling cold, sad and

miserable over Christmas

when she heard about all

the atrocities happening in

Syria.

“She presented me with

a letter one morning at

school asking if we could

organise an appeal to bring

in warm winter clothing for

refugees in Syria. She had

put lots of thought into how

this could be set up and

organised and so

presented her idea to the

school council. She wrote a

letter to parents asking for

them to send in donations

of clothing, shoes,

blankets, nappies etc. and

this plea hit home with

many of our parents who

brought in huge amounts

of stuff. There were over 20

bin bags of donations in

total!

“The Hummingbird

Project is a grass roots

organisation, working out

of Buxton and Glossop in

the High Peak. They raise

funds and collect

desperately needed aid to

send to Syria and refugee

hot spots around Europe.

Josie and her mum

contacted this organisation

and all our school

donations are making their

way to Syria.

“I really feel that Josie

deserves recognition for

what she has achieved. Not

many other eight-year-old

girls have either the insight

or thoughtfulness to think

of others in such a way and

her dedication to get the

job done should be very

much celebrated. I am

exceptionally proud of her!”

BAKEWELL BIRD STUDY GROUP FEBRUARY MEETING -‘The Picos De Europa’

The next talk in our highly

popular season will be on

Monday February 13th and

will be presented by Dave

Hollis who describes

himself as a “black country

lad”. His presentation will

be about a part of Spain

that most of us merely fly

over on our way to warmer

climes. The Picos de

Europa is a mountain

range in northern Spain

which in Dave’s words

‘simply drips with wildlife

gems and would take a

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lifetime to explore

properly’. Bears, wolves as

well as a wide range of

birds inhabit this incredible

region which has a wealth

of wild flowers and

fabulous butterflies as

shown in our photo. So join

us and explore this

untouched part of Europe

with Dave, we can promise

a highly entertaining

evening.

All our meetings are

held at the Friends Meeting

House on Chapel Row next

Congratulations

to Mrs C. G.

Peake Balmer

from Bonsall,

who wins a £15

One4all gift card!

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5. Lawrence 6. Robin Hood 7. Derwent

8. Horse and Jockey 9. Knotlow 10. Rattle

11. Empire 12. Compton 13. Grouse 14. Pike 15. Violin

to the Methodist Church off

Matlock Street in Bakewell

at 7.30pm on the second

Monday in the month from

September to April. It’s not

too late to join for this

season at the reduced rate

of only £7.50. For that you

get three talks and four

outdoor walks to local

birding hot spots. In

February we take a

minibus trip to Alkborough

on the Humber estuary

which was converted from

an industrial site and which

is now a top European

winter destination for

waders. It’s a great way to

find out more about birds

and there are always

experienced bird watchers

on hand to help with

identification. Guests are

welcome at our talks (£3).

Visit the BBSG web site at

www.bakewellbirdstudygro

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information or call 01433

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STUNNING STARLINGS The Work of a Coastguard

feed? How do they

reproduce? How do they

interact? They face many

difficulties such as regular

tides and variable waves and

weather. Seashores also vary PUT ON A SHOW

from cliffs, rocks, rock pools

to sandy and muddy shores –

each poses its own

magnificent sum of £5,000 difficulties to organisms

for Guide Dogs.

living there. These basic

We are delighted that questions will be examined

David Blunkett has very for a wide variety of shore

kindly agreed to make the organisms found in the

official presentation, which different habitats.

will take place at the Matlock The meeting will be in the

store on Saturday 4th Main Hall at Buxton

February at 11.30am and we Methodist Church on the

would like to extend a very Market Place starting at

warm invitation to everyone 7.30pm. Visitor fee £3.

who has contributed.

WINSTER GUISERS

We would like to thank

everybody who made us very

welcome over the Christmas

period.

This was the 37th

Christmas that the Guisers

have performed and £1,000

was raised by the generosity

of ‘audiences’ and has been

donated to the following:-

Mencap - Matlock & District

Darby & Joan - Winster

Luncheon Club - Winster &

Elton

Air Ambulance - Derbyshire

Greenaway Workshop -

Darley Dale

Helen’s Trust - Bakewell

RNLI

Prostate Cancer UK

Vasculitis UK

Once again thanks very

much and we look forward to

seeing all our friends next

Christmas.

CALVER CHILDREN’S

CINEMA NOW ENDED

After 12 years of running,

Calver Children’s Cinema has

now finished. We would like

to thank everybody that has

come and supported us over

the years and also the

volunteers that have worked

very hard.

The Committee of Calver

Children’s Cinema

GUIDE DOGS FOR THE

BLIND AND

SAINSBURYS

MATLOCK

The Bakewell and District

Guide Dogs for the Blind

Association have arranged a

special presentation to say a

huge thank you to customers

and staff at Sainsburys

Matlock for raising the

PEAK MUSIC SOCIETY

The next Peak Music Society

concert is at the Cavendish

Hall, Edensor at 19.45 on

Wednesday 8th February

when the Society welcomes

Michael Petrov (cello) and

Alexander Ullman (piano).

Both musicians are prize

winners and perform

internationally. They will be

performing works by

Prokofiev, Robert Schumann,

Elliott Carter and Chopin.

Tickets are available to nonmembers

of the Society at

£17 either on the door or in

advance by email to Robert

W r i g h t

(robertwright260@btinternet.

com).

BUXTON FIELD CLUB

11TH FEBRUARY

The next meeting of Buxton

Field Club will be on Saturday

11th February when Dr Hugh

Jones will be talking about

the Wildlife of the Seashore.

Animals and plants such

as barnacles, limpets,

seaweeds, whelks, winkles,

crabs, worms, mussels and

clams can all be found on the

seashore, sometimes in

great abundance. How do

animals and plants manage

to survive there? How do they

INVITATION TO NEW

CARD PLAYERS

Two Hope Valley card playing

groups are inviting new

players along to enjoy an

evening of card playing,

whilst meeting new friends

from the surrounding area.

If you enjoy a game of Solo

head to Caroline Court, in

Hope, on a Monday night

from 7pm onwards. For only

£1, you will get a fun evening

including refreshments.

And Bamford whist group

would love to see new players

join them on a Wednesday at

7.30pm. Meet at Bamford

Village Hall. Entrance fee is

£1.50 and includes

refreshments.

Beginners are encouraged

and all ages are welcome.

“Card playing is

something everyone can do

at any age,” says Peter

Scanlon, who plays in both

groups. “It’s a really enjoyable

night, very welcoming and a

good way to meet new

people. I would encourage

everyone to come along and

try it. You don’t need to know

how to play; there’s lots of

help if you need it.”

For further information

please call Peter Scanlon on

01433 670390 or Pam on

01433 652188.

We are very grateful to everyone who takes the time to send us their articles and photographs, but

from time-to-time we receive more than we can possibly have space for in the paper.

Visit our website to view a selection of those stories that didn’t appear in this issue.

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Birdwatchers in Derbyshire

have been braving the

winter weather to see

thousands of starlings

perform evening acrobatics

over Stoney Middleton.

Over 80,000 starlings are

descending at dusk to a

reed bed in Stoney

Middleton owned by British

Fluorspar. For around 30

minutes the birds flock

around the area creating

Starling murmuration, Stephen Middleton

the spectacular swirling

displays known as

murmurations. The birds

are coming in from all over

Eastern Europe, and

numbers are only likely to

increase as the weather

gets colder out there. The

starling displays have

attracted lots of interest,

even featuring on East

Midlands Today.

Tim Birch, Derbyshire

Wildlife Trust’s Head of

Conservation Strategy and

Advocacy said, “It is one of

the wildlife spectacles in the

north of England at the

moment and certainly the

wildlife spectacle of

Derbyshire right now. It is

also of huge importance

nationally

and

internationally, particularly

given the serious decline of

starlings around the UK”.

SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL, BUXTON & DISTRICT

The Buxton Soroptimists

got the New Year off to a

fine start.

Founder member

Thelma Fraser was

presented with a longservice

award certificate

by President Chris

Campbell. The group has

plans for more

fundraising and backpacks

for Mary's Meals

charity, for Meru garden

Women's project, both

overseas and locally, the

Cross Roads organisation

which helps victims of

domestic abuse in High

Peak. Elaine Mcdonald, a

previous Soroptimist

president is a Trustee and

spoke to the members

about their work.

Chairman Ainslie Kelly and John Broughton

The Bakewell and District

Probus Club started the

New Year in fine style with an

informative and entertaining

talk by club member, John

Broughton, whose topic was

The Coastguard Service.

John started his talk by

pointing out that a 999-call

can be dialled to summon

the assistance of not only the

Fire, Police and Ambulance

emergency services but also

the Coastguard or Mountain

Rescue. Here in Derbyshire,

a county further from the

sea than any other in Britain,

we are generally unfamiliar

with the work carried out by

coastguards but in many

respects it is similar to that

of our local Mountain

Rescue teams. In both

cases, teams of (mostly)

volunteers give their time

and energy to helping people

in difficulties or injured,

usually outdoors. The

speaker, who had been a

member of a coastguard

team in West Wales for

fifteen years, described the

specialist role – cliff rescue

- carried out by his team. He

related several anecdotes to

illustrate how they had

saved lives in a variety of

complicated and often

humorous ways. He also

explained the overall

structure and workings of

the Coastguard Service with

its responsibilities for the

safety of shipping, one of

which is the coordination of

search and rescue missions

at sea. This was a

fascinating talk which

prompted a lively question

and answer session at the

end.

Further details of

Bakewell and District

Probus Club can be found on

its website at

www.bakewellprobus.org

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LOCAL HOSPICE CELEBRATES ‘HOSPICE HEROES’

AT FIRST STAFF RECOGNITION AWARDS

Ashgate Hospicecare

recognised staff for their

outstanding contributions to

hospice care, services and

supporting activities at their

first awards event.

The ceremony, which was

held at the Proact stadium in

Chesterfield on 13th

January, presented awards

to individual staff members

and teams who had been

nominated under key areas

including care, influence and

innovation, as well as a Chief

Executive Award, which was

chosen and presented by the

Hospice's Chief Executive,

Lucy Nickson.

Matt Corbishley, Director

of HR and Workforce

Development at Ashgate

Hospicecare, said: "I was

absolutely thrilled with the

success of our first Hospice

Heroes event. It was great to

see so many of our

wonderful staff from

different parts of the charity

coming together to celebrate

one

another's

achievements.

“Regardless of which part

of our organisation staff work

in, whether it's as a nurse or

a shop manager, in a

catering team or a therapy

team, the shared passion for

what we do - providing

outstanding care to patients

and their families, really

shone through.

“I felt very proud and

privileged to be part of it. The

awards event was at times

incredibly moving with so

many powerful stories of the

great work that goes on

every day, but thanks to the

generous support of our

sponsors, it was also great

fun for our staff, which they

strongly deserve. I'm already

Ashgate Hospicecare Catering team (Winners of the Chief Executive Award) with CEO,

Lucy Nickson. (Inset) Tracie Holocuk (Winner of the Influence Individual Award) and

Ashgate Hospicecare Patron, John Plant

looking forward to

celebrating more Hospice

Heroes next year!"

Andy Greaves, Managing

Director of AAG Systems Ltd,

who were the main sponsor

of the event, said: “The

Ashgate Hospice Heroes

Awards was a really

enjoyable evening. As the

main sponsors and a longterm

supporter of Ashgate

Hospicecare, we couldn’t

have felt prouder of the staff

and all of the nominees.

“I had the pleasure of

sitting with Lucy Nickson and

the kitchen team who

continued to provide a full

service to all of the patients

and staff in a kitchen a third

of the size it was, whilst the

Harry Fisher building was

being renovated. These

people are inspirational and

it was wonderful to see their

hard work recognised in

such a lovely way.”

The Care awards were

given to Elaine Biggs, a

Healthcare Assistant on the

Inpatient Unit, and the

Occupational Therapy team

in recognition of the

outstanding contribution

they have shown to caring for

patients and their families.

The Influence awards, which

were given to those who have

been a force for

transformational change in

and beyond the Hospice,

were awarded to Tracie

Holocuk, charity shop

manager at the Hospice's

Alfreton store, and the

Hospital Specialist Nurse

Team. The Innovation awards

were presented to the

Community Nurse Specialist

Team and Helen Harland,

Head of Learning and

Professional Development,

for their contributions to

making best of use of

resources to deliver and

develop hospice services.

The Chief Executive

Award, which was the last

award of the night, was

presented to the catering

team for their outstanding

commitment to the

Hospice’s patients and their

families.

Across its full range of

services, Ashgate runs a 21-

bed Inpatient Unit, a 16-place

Day Hospice, and a range of

therapy and support services

on site. Services are funded

mainly through donations

and are provided free of

charge to patients and their

families. The majority of

services delivered are in the

community, enabling people

to stay at home.

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Entrance porch, reception hall, through lounge/dining room, kitchen, side lobby. First floor: two

good double bedrooms, excellent sized third bedroom, bathroom with full suite and shower.

Outside: delightful large gardens with aspect down into Bakewell and towards the Church. Situated

on a cul-de-sac.

Energy Rating D

Viewing: Bakewell Office

Offers Around £375,000

Matlock:

01629 828 250

Banner Cross:

0114 268 3241

Dronfield:

01246 290992

Hathersage:

01433 650009

Bakewell:

01629 815307


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NEW

NEW

Hathersage

By-Derwent, 1 Ladybower Drive

On this sought after development on a superb level plot with lovely aspect, a two bedroom

extended semi-detached bungalow for sale with immediate vacant possession and no chain. Gas

fired central heating and uPVC double glazing. Reception hall, sitting room with patio doors to

garden room/conservatory, breakfast kitchen, double bedroom one, bedroom two, bathroom with

full suite and shower. Outside: long driveway, level front garden, large integral garage. To the

rear: terrace area and level garden and pleasant aspect.

Energy Rating D

Matlock

32 Park Avenue, Darley Dale

This immaculately presented and maintained three bedroomed detached home is situated in a

quiet location in a sought after residential area of Darley Dale. The property has the benefit of an

extended garage and ample off-road parking along with a private fully enclosed rear garden.

Close to all local amenities and within highly regarded school catchment area the property briefly

comprises: entrance hallway, sitting room with bay window leading through to dining area and

rear conservatory, fitted kitchen. At first floor: three bedrooms and family bathroom.

Energy Rating C

Viewing: Hathersage Office

Viewing: Matlock Offic

Offers Around £295,000 Offers Around £260,000

NEW

NEW

PRICE

Birchover 3 Hartle Green, Uppertown Lane

Lovely two bedroomed mid-terraced stone built character

cottage in the popular village of Birchover. The cottage is very

well presented and has the benefit of gas central heating and

double glazing and would be equally suitable as a holiday let or

family home. The property has gardens to the front and rear

and useful outbuildings suitable for storage or as a work

space/workshop. The property briefly comprises: storm porch,

living room with log burning stove, bespoke kitchen, rear

entrance lobby, luxurious family bathroom. At first floor two

double bedrooms.

Energy Rating C

Viewing: Matlock Office

Offers Around £225,000

Matlock Sparrow Cottage, 19 Far Green

This three bedroomed stone built semi-detached cottage dates

back to the early 19th century and is enviably located close to

the former Jackson House Hydro with easy access to the

facilities of Matlock town centre. Deceptively spacious and very

well presented, with gas fired central heating and double

glazing, the cottage has a period charm and enjoys lovely views

across the surrounding countryside. Briefly comprises: entrance

lobby, through sitting/dining room, rear conservatory and fitted

kitchen. First floor, two bedrooms and family bathroom. Second

floor, bedroom one. Gardens to the front, side and rear with

summer house and useful storage sheds. NO CHAIN -

VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Energy Rating D

Viewing: Matlock Office

Offers Around £205,000

PROPERTIES AVAILABLE

TO RENT

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

Newly decorated four bedroom farmhouse

£1250 PCM

1 Oddfellows Terrace, Hathersage S32 1BN

Stunning three bedroom end stone terrace

£995 PCM

Fox Tor Cottage, Chapel Street, Monyash, Bakewell DE45 1JJ

Beautifully presented three bedroom detached cottage

£825 PCM

Little Lilac Cottage, Market Place, Castleton S33 8WQ

Beautifully appointed one bedroom cottage

£625 PCM

Rose Garth, High Street, Stoney Middleton S32 4TL

Charming two bedroom semi detached cottage

£625 PCM

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

OUR LETTINGS DEPARTMENT ON

0114 2688702

e-mail: lettings@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

PRICE

NEW

BAKEWELL DE45 1FG

Fox House, 4 Glebe Croft, Monyash Rd Offers Around £679,000

A quite splendid detached family home of excellent proportions close to the centre of this much

sought after and historical town. The house has been extensively refurbished by the present owners

a couple of years ago including installing a new kitchen and two new bathrooms as well as

redecorating throughout and landscaping the garden and adding two new patios. The property falls

into the Lady Manners catchment area is close to the open countryside and yet on the doorstep of

all the facilities the town provides. Entrance hall, drawing room with Clear View stove, dining room,

family sized breakfast kitchen, utility and WC. At first floor there are 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.

Outside is a garage, further off-road parking and a lawned rear garden with two patio areas.

EPC Rating D

VIEWING: Bakewell Office.

ASHFORD-IN-THE-WATER, DE45 1QH

2 Greaves Lane Offers Around £325,000

A deceptively spacious Grade II listed two double bedroom cottage, enviably located in the

picturesque and highly sought after village of Ashford-in-the-water. This immaculately

presented home offers a particular spacious ground floor comprising, sitting room with stove,

dining room with original fireplace, and a superb dining kitchen with high ceilings, accessed

via inner hallway with feature wall and mood lighting. At first floor level there are two double

bedrooms, with the master bedroom enjoying a pleasant village aspect, and luxury

bathroom. The accommodation is completed by a versatile attic, ideal for occasional use or

additional storage. Outside, to the rear of the property is a delightful, easily-maintained patio

garden with raised borders, decorative trellising and timber shed. An internal viewing is

highly recommended to appreciate this stunning cottage located in, arguably, one of the

area’s finest villages. EPC rating C

VIEWING: Bakewell Office.

NEW

NEW

BAMFORD S33 0AY

2 Coronation Villas Main Road Offers Around £275,000

A stone built mid-terraced four bedroom Edwardian Villa with rear patio garden and stone built

outbuilding, conveniently located in the picturesque village of Bamford. The well-presented

accommodation is arranged over three floors with front facing rooms enjoying a pleasant view of

Win Hill. The ground floor comprises, entrance hall with stained/leaded window, bay windowed

sitting room with modern stove and a superb dining kitchen with full view of the garden and cellar

access. At first floor level are two bedrooms, one being a very spacious double bedroom, and the

family bathroom. The top floor has two further double bedrooms with dormer windows to the front

and rear. Outside, to the rear of the property is a well screened, easily-maintained garden, ideal

for families with small children, which enjoys a view of St John the Baptist Church spire. The

garden is completed by a stone built outbuilding ideal for storage or conversion to home office,

subject to planning consent. EPC Rating D

VIEWING: Hathersage Office.

BRADWELL S33 9HJ

2 Brook Buildings Church Street Offers Around £175,000

A stone built three double bedroom mid-terraced cottage conveniently located in the heart

of Bradwell with communal rear yard and allocated parking space. The accommodation is

arranged over three floors with the property requiring cosmetic updating throughout. The

ground floor comprises, entrance lobby, sitting room with open fire and spacious dining

kitchen with pantry. At first floor level is the family bathroom and a front facing bedroom. On

the top floor there are two double bedrooms and versatile landing. Outside, to the rear of

the property is a gated communal yard, allocated parking and a shared stone built storage

area. The property is offered with no onward chain and would make an ideal investment

property or holiday let.

EPC Rating E

VIEWING: Hathersage 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 30th January 2017 – Page 23

ASHford-in-tHE-wAtEr dE45 1QJ

2 Hall End lane £800 pcm

BAkEwEll dE45 1dg

3 Prospect terrace Stanedge road £700 pcm

TO

LET

Situated in the ever sought after

village of Ashford-in-the-Water this

grade ll listed cottage brings charm

and character to the market and

TO

LET

A beautifully presented two bedroom

mid-terraced cottage situated in a

highly sought after location in

Bakewell. The property comprises two

must be viewed to appreciate the

bedrooms, modern bathroom, well

accommodation on offer. Arranged

equipped kitchen, dining and living

over 3 floors and sympathetically

room combined. To the outside; on

restored to its true glory. Features

road parking, patio, lawn and

include: original inglenook stone

storage shed. Fully furnished to a

fireplace to the main reception room,

high standard. Sorry no pets allowed.

attractive mullion windows, beam

AVAILABLE NOW.

ceilings and stripped panelled doors.

Situated within catchment of Lady

Manners School an early viewing is a

EPC Rating D

must. Furnished optional. Pets

negotiable. EPC Rating D

VIEWING: Bakewell Office.

VIEWING: Bakewell Office.

BAkEwEll dE45 1ES

flat 1, orme Court, granby road

£695 pcm

flAgg Sk17 9Qr

Hobson Cottage

£675 pcm

TO

LET

Conveniently located in the heart of

Bakewell this well proportioned two

bedroom, first floor apartment enjoys

a pleasant aspect down Granby

Road towards Matlock Street. The

apartment benefits from an allocated

parking space, private pedestrian

access from Granby Road via a

secure entry system and lift rising to

the first floor. The accommodation

itself is arranged over one floor and

comprises an entrance hall, spacious

sitting room with dining area,

breakfast kitchen, two bedrooms and

a family bathroom. Centrally

positioned in the historic market town

of Bakewell the apartment is close to

an excellent range of local shops,

amenities and public transport links.

AVAILABLE NOW. EPC Rating D

TO

LET

A stunning two double bedroom

cottage set in the heart of the

countryside. The property consists of

two double bedrooms, one family

bathroom, one en-suite. Sitting room,

kitchen diner and utility room.

Outside of the property there is a

patio area and off-road parking. EPC

rating E. The property is offered

furnished. AVAILABLE NOW.

EPC Rating E

VIEWING: Bakewell Office.

VIEWING: Bakewell Office.

TO

LET

TO LET

BEnStor HoUSE, grEAt HUCklow Sk17 8rd

A well presented 4 bedroom

family home. Recently

redecorated throughout and

having new carpets to the

lounge and dining area.

PETS NEGOTIABLE WITH

ADDITIONAL BOND.

EPC Rating F

TO

LET

BAkEwEll dE45 1fw

49 yeld road

A well-presented recently refurbished and redecorated two

double bedroom family home. Situated in this extremely

popular and highly regarded town of Bakewell. In the heart of

the Peak District. Minutes from Lady Manners School and the

junior school. Newly fitted kitchen with appliances. Utility room

leading onto an enclosed rear garden. Front porch. Spacious

lounge with open plan stairs and gas fireplace. Shower room.

On road parking. Unfurnished. Pets negotiable. 12 month

tenancy.

EPC Rating D

VIEWING: Bakewell Office.

£650 pcm

24 nEw CloSE, EyAM S32 5QX

£1500 PCM

A two double bedroom stone

built mid-terraced cottage

located in the heart of the

village of Eyam. The property

benefits from a generous sitting

room with a woodburning stove,

enclosed rear garden and offstreet

parking for two vehicles.

EPC Rating D

£650 PCM

8 EdgE ViEw, StonEy MiddlEton S32 4UA

A two bedroom mid-terrace

cottage in the village of Stoney

Middleton. The property

comprises of two bedrooms, one

bathroom, kitchen diner, good

size living room and patio to the

rear. Unfurnished. AVAILABLE

NOW.

EPC Rating D

£650 PCM

To view any of our rentals please call our

dedicated lettings department on 01629 700695

BAkEwEll dE45 1dA

3 Victoria Cottages, Buxton road

£595 pcm

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

generously proportioned, one bedroomed stone built cottage.

Located within easy walking distance of the centre of this historic

Peak District town and its comprehensive range of amenities.

Internally comprising living room, modern kitchen. Bathroom.

One double bedroom. Stone flagged rear patio and high terraced

garden access via spiral staircase with garage to the rear. No

driveway. UNFURNISHED, 6-12 MONTH TENANCY. Restrictions

- No smokers or pets.

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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WITH NUMEROUS CHARACTERFUL FEATURES RETAINED BUT WITH SCOPE TO COSMETICALLY IMPROVE. Being built of natural

stone with extensive tiled hangings beneath a steeply pitched clay tile roof stands this commanding traditional Lodge House,

contemporary for its era, and being of architectural and historic interest as designed by Arts and Crafts specialist, W E Nesfield

for local businessman, William Walker. The accommodation briefly comprises, to the ground floor, front entrance vestibule,

reception hallway/snug, pantry store, bathroom, living thru dining area and fitted breakfast kitchen to include integral

appliances. Off the first floor landing are three bedrooms one of which with en-suite shower room. Standing within the grounds

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a Victorian style lantern roofed sun room all of which being able to take in parkland views. NO CHAIN

MATLOCK £159,950

Ref: 8865

STARKHOLMES £195,000

NEW

PRICE

NEW

Matlock: 01629 580228

Ashbourne: 01335 346246

Chesterfield: 01246 209950

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A MODERN THREE BEDROOM, SEMI-DETACHED, EDGE OF

TOWN PROPERTY OFFERING SERVICEABLE

ACCOMMODATION WITH SCOPE TO COSMETICALLY

IMPROVE. Being built of brick elevations beneath a tiled roof

stands this modern three bedroom, semi-detached property

which offers scope for cosmetic improvement, but with fitted

kitchen and modern shower room. Having gas-fired central

heating, uPVC double glazing with the accommodation briefly

comprising to the ground floor: entrance lobby, living thru

dining room, fitted kitchen and off the first floor landing are

three bedrooms and shower room. NO CHAIN

EPC Rating: TBC.

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A CHARMING AND CHARACTERFUL TWO BEDROOM

VICTORIAN END OF TERRACE PROPERTY, HAVING RECENTLY

UNDERGONE FULL REFURBISHMENT THROUGHOUT, WITHIN

THIS HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER AND CONVENIENT

RESIDENTIAL LOCATION. Original characterful features have

been retained wherever possible with the accommodation

briefly comprising to the ground floor, entrance hallway,

living area with front bay window and open grate fireplace,

dining area having a decorative cast iron fireplace, modern

fitted kitchen to include integral appliances and pantry store

off. From the first floor landing are two double bedrooms

and modern four piece bathroom with traditional fittings and

housing the Worcester Bosch gas fired central heating boiler.

NO CHAIN EPC Rating: E

Ref: 9065

Wright Marshall

Estate Agents

CROSS STREET, BUXTON £175,000

NEW

SUPERB NEWLY BUILT SEMI-DETACHED PROPERTY

• Offering well proportioned accommodation.

• 3 double bedrooms.

• Off-road parking and enclosed garden.

• Convenient location. Viewing recommended. EPC: TBC

RUTLAND TERRACE, BAKEWELL £160,000

NEW

PRICE

DELIGHTFUL FIRST FLOOR

APARTMENT

• Situated within a converted three storey

Georgian building.

• Living room and fitted dining kitchen.

• 2 bedrooms and fitted bathroom.

• Private patio area and communal

gardens.

• Viewing recommended.

• No onward chain.

Buxton 01298 23038

buxton@wrightmarshall.co.uk

www.wrightmarshall.co.uk

8 The Quadrant, Buxton,

Derbyshire, SK17 6AW

VICTORIA PARK ROAD, BUXTON £195,000

NEW

WELL PRESENTED STONE BUILT MID-TERRACE PROPERTY

• Accommodation over 4 floors

• 4 bedrooms. Useful cellar room (formerly the garage)

• Off-road parking and tiered garden

• Viewing recommended. EPC: C

PARK ROAD, BUXTON £850,000

NEW

WATERSWALLOWS RD, BUXTON £185,000

NEW

SUPERB THREE STOREY TOWNHOUSE

• Overlooking Fairfield Common

• 3 double bedrooms (master with en-suite)

• Off-road parking and pleasant enclosed garden

• Well planned accommodation. Convenient location. EPC: TBC

ATTENTION ALL INVESTORS!

• Period residence currently converted into

8 apartments.

• Offering huge potential.

• With the benefit of planning permission

to extend.

• To create a total of 13 apartments

(mix of 1 & 2 bed accommodation).

• Currently producing an annual income in

excess of £42,500 pa from 8 apartments.

BROOKLANDS, BUXTON O.I.E.O. £140,000

FOR SALE BY INFORMAL TENDER

• Bids to be received by 12 noon on 24th February 2017

• Stone built double fronted end of terrace

• 3 bedrooms plus additional loft space

• Driveway and garage. Requiring full refurbishment. EPC: F

.

MACCLESFIELD ROAD, WHALEY BRIDGE £625,000

NEW

NEW

OFFERING COMMANDING VIEWS

OVER THE RESERVOIR

• Superb stone built detached property.

• 3 receptions, large conservatory and studio.

• 4 double bedrooms. Landscaped

gardens.

• Driveway and double garage.

• Further land available by separate.

negotiation.

• EPC: E

Chartered Surveyors Auctioneers Valuers Land & Estate Agents

HOMES BY WRIGHT MARSHALL


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DIRECTORY OF

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BAKEWELL

orders for Valentine’s

Day now being taken

• Daily deliveries, local,

national and international

• Bouquets and arrangements

• Plants and floral gifts

BASLOW’S GOLDILOCKS PANTOMIME

21st-25th FEBRUARY

Adventures of Master Toad’

from the library for a free

one week loan – ask for it

under Local Interest.

Currently one DVD – but

we plan to put in a couple

more. (Please bear in mind

we are not Pixar or Disney

quality filmmakers... the

best way to appreciate the

pantomime is to sit in the

audience!)

Valentine’s Evening Bistro Menu

Saturday 11th February

Warm goats cheese salad (v)

Black olive tapenade, beetroot relish, croutons

Smoked ham hock terrine – Crispy black pudding, piccalilli

Scallops & cauliflower

Cauliflower beignet, puree, golden raisins, curry oil (£2 supplement)

Potage of vegetables (v) – Poached quails eggs, fresh herbs


Duo of Derbyshire lamb

Slow braised shoulder pudding, roasted rump, minted mash,

lamb jus (£3 supplement)

Corn fed chicken – Wild mushrooms, leeks, tarragon cream

Pan roasted cod loin – Red pepper relish, kale crisps

Slow braised beef cheek

Creamed mash, shallots, pancetta, button mushrooms

Shitake mushroom and cheese fritters (v)

Charred red pepper and aubergine relish, fresh herbs


Dark chocolate delice – Salted caramel, vanilla ice cream

Strawberry and orange soup – Citrus cream, puff pastry crisps

Honey and stout tart – Vanilla ice cream

Brandy poached raspberry and mascarpone crème brûlée

3 Courses £27.50

For any enquiries or to make a reservation

please call us on 01629 810190.

Tel: (01629) 815816

1 Diamond Court, Off Water Street,

Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1EW

Scarthin, Cromford

Valentine’s Special ~ £18.95pp

Choice of 6 delicious tapas to share

Choice of desserts, coffee and chocolates

Don’t miss Baslow’s dotty

Goldilocks pantomime run

during 21-25 February

2017 – Baslow Village Hall

is transformed to scenes

from the Alps (the next

best thing to skiing), the

desert and Rapunzel’s

tower – Oh yes, didn’t you

know Goldilocks and

Rapunzel are good friends

and competitive rivals for

the upcoming hair and

beauty tournament

‘Baslow’s Best Fest Face-

Off’?

So come and find out

who or what are the dots

and take the opportunity to

join in the mayhem (The

Generation Game is back

by public demand because

we liked it)! Continuing

Baslow Pantomimes of

recent years, we’re using

an original script so adults

and children alike will not

know what to expect and

will all be kept in animated

suspense!!

So be sure to gen up on

Goldilocks and Rapunzel

storylines before you

come.

Performance every

night at 7.30pm and

additional Saturday

matinee at 2.30pm. Tickets

£7/£5 (£5/£3 on Tues and

£12.50 on Saturday

evening) available from

Box Office 01246 583460,

Baslow Spar and Maxwells

Bookshop next door to

Bakewell Library.

PS You can also borrow

a DVD of last year's

pantomime ‘The Panto

This

Valentine’s Day

fall in love with England’s oldest hotel

Tuesday, 14th February

Enjoy canapés on arrival, a sumptuous

four-course dinner and petit fours

specially prepared by our Head Chef.

ONLY £35 per person

Telephone 01629 822444 ~ Free Wi-Fi

WINTER OPENING HOURS FROM: 6.30pm Tues.-Fri. evening

and 6.00pm Sat. evening (closed Sun. and Mon.)

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This valentine’s day

say it with flowers that will last!

Real Roses and Forget-Me-Nots

DUKE OF YORK

~ Flagg ~

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

2017 OUTLOOK FROM THE WINE BLOGGER

Whilst many of you are in the

midst of dry January, or at

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BOOKINGS NOW BEING

TAKEN FOR

Valentine’s Day

Tuesday 14th February

and

Mother’s Day

Sunday 26th March

FORTHCOMING LIVE MUSIC

Rhythm & Booze (for St Patrick’s)

Saturday 18th March

Dave Hill (60s / 70s / 80s) Saturday 15th April

Lee “Elvis” Grindey Bank Holiday Saturday 29th April

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Coming

...soon...

Sunday

Carvery

least thinking about whether

you should be doing it, we

are working hard in the office

on what 2017 is going to look

like…

Firstly, something which

has made me chuckle from

the wine world… Did you

know that from March 31st

2017 all wine merchants

having tastings will be

required to use a designated

spittoon monitor? These

supervisors are to ascertain

that the amount of

discarded wines add up to

95% of the volume of the

wines poured.

This is supposed to stop

people enjoying themselves,

causing utter revelry upon

leaving the tasting, and

mostly leading to liberal

purchasing decisions. Will it

catch on, we don’t think so!

Most of you who have been

to our tastings will know we

don’t have much of a need

for a spittoon let alone a

spittoon monitor!

Ok the serious stuff…

It has been a busy time this

past week with most of the

wine shippers out there

releasing their new 2017

prices. We ship many of our

wines directly, so even

looking at our own imports

has been a head-scratch in

terms of prices.

As many of you have been

aware, the exchange rate

with both the Euro and the

Americas has been

somewhat shaken over the

past 6 months, this coupled

with a few bad harvests

including El Niño (a weather

cycle in Argentina, which

saw the worst pre-harvest

grape losses since 1957)

means that yes,

unfortunately, some prices

have gone up!

However, if you are willing

to try something new, the

future is bright!

There will be people out

there who aren’t open to

change and therefore may

feel the pinch from

movements in the wine

world, however those who

are willing to try alternatives

are in for a treat.

What do I mean by this?

Prosecco has again gone up.

We have all read the reports

of a prosecco shortage due to

increased demand and bad

harvest. Well now that

shortage is here! The

Americans have jumped on

the Prosecco train and the

aged old supply and demand

means that for a second year

the price has gone up. This

marks the way for Durello, a

fantastic sparkling which you

will find in the bars in Verona,

more mineral and less sharp

that Prosecco and a better

price too! Also this could be a

great time to revisit Cava.

Previously Cava has received

a bad reputation due to one

or two producers making

mass volumes of the sweeter

style but find the right

producer and the fizz is

elegant, apple fresh and

crisp.

Burgundy has been hit

badly in the north and you

may see some rather sharp

price increases from the

region, however look a little

further afield to Chardonnay

from New Zealand, Western

Australia and Californian

with wines made in the same

way and of a similar barrel

age and you may be

pleasantly surprised. Or why

not head south and try some

of the delights of the Macon

region which offers exquisite

wines and great value for

money.

Loire in France, again not

great for the Sancerre lovers,

(I stress these wines are still

available and not lesser in

quality, it is just the price has

risen a little) but there are

some great Touraine

Sauvignon out there to try!

In a nutshell…

There is nothing to be

worried about in terms of

post BREXIT wine for 2017,

there are more wines than

ever to go at with budding

wine makers constantly

experimenting and producing

new wines to wow the palate.

Our advice to you… be open in

your approach, try more,

explore more and you may

just surprise yourself!

Or why not upgrade to a romantic

overnight stay from just £129 per

couple. Includes Valentine’s meal

and full English breakfast.

To book, please call 01298 22841

or visit www.oldhallhotelbuxton.co.uk

The Square, Buxton. SK17 6BD

COMING SOON

Mother’s Day Feature

In the issue of the Peak Advertiser dated 27th February

we will be including a feature on Mothering Sunday (26th March 2017)

• Wining & Dining • Gifts • Flowers • Beauty Vouchers etc

If you would like to advertise please call Mark Andrews

on 01629 812159 or

email sales@peak-advertiser.co.uk

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Valentines at The Maynard

Tuesday 14th February

PACK HORSE PACKS

A CHRISTMAS PUNCH!

The Maynard is the perfect place

to escape for that romantic

overnight stay or just for an

evening to enjoy some relaxing,

quality time together. Sit in front

of a roaring fire and enjoy a glass

of complimentary bubbly and

canapés before being shown to

your table to dine in our two AA

rosette restaurant.

Overnight Valentine’s Break

£104.50 per person for a one

night’s stay in a standard room

with a 6 course meal & any choice

of breakfast the following morning.

Valentine’s Meal

£42.50 per person for a 6

course meal.

The Maynard

Main Road, Grindleford, S32 2HE

Tel: 01433 630321

themaynard.co.uk

Jessica McHale (Blythe House Hospice) Julie Currington, Lucy Crossland, Hayley Beswick and Christina Beswick

(Staff at The Pack Horse Inn).

The Pack Horse Inn had a

very busy Christmas holding

a number of fundraising

events in aid of Blythe House

Hospice and raising a

whopping £1867.54!! People

came from far and wide to

join in the merriment and

listen to the musical

delights of the New Mills

and Hawk Green Brass

Bands. Tickets to the

musical events were a sellout

and all proceeds were

very kindly donated to Blythe

House. Staff worked very

hard to put on some great

events and also organised

raffles and collections to

make the most of their

fundraising appeal.

Lucy Crossland explained

that they chose Blythe

House “because we wanted

to support a local charity. We

have always done bits of

fundraising for the charity

but we wanted to do

something a bit bigger and

we are so pleased we

managed to raise such a

great amount!”

BIGGIN HALL

COUNTRY HOUSE HOTEL

BIGGIN-BY-HARTINGTON, DERBYSHIRE SK17 0DH

February Lunch Menu 2017

£13 two courses £16 three courses

Soup of the Day

Caramelised Leek and Onion Tart glazed with Goat’s Cheese

Served on a Bed of Ratatouille

Chicken and Bacon Salad with Poached Egg and Whole Grain Mustard Dressing

Prawn and Smoked Salmon Cocktail with Marie Rose and Brown Bread and Butter

Deep Fried Whitebait with Homemade Tartare Sauce & Maldon Sea Salt

Biggin Hall Sharing Platter for Two (£5 supplement)

(Continental meats, smoked cheddar, olives, sun dried tomatoes, olive oil &

balsamic and crusty bread)

Pan Fried Breast of Chicken with Saffron Risotto and Juniper Berry Sauce

Slow Braised Beef with Roasted Root Vegetables, Red Onion Marmalade &

Red Wine Sauce

Grilled Pork Steak with Spinach, Ham & Wild Mushroom Cream

Pan Fried Fillet of Hake with Celeriac Puree & Chive Veloute

Pan Fried Gnocchi with Basil, Broccoli, Pine Nuts & Parmesan Cheese

Treacle Sponge Pudding with Custard

Chocolate and Orange Bread and Butter Pudding with Orange Syrup

Iced Baileys and Honeycomb Parfait with Dark Chocolate Sauce

Caramelized Lemon Tart with Berry Compote and Vanilla Ice Cream

ALLERGY ADVICE – Our kitchen contains nuts and seeds, please advise us

if you have any food allergies

Booking is always advisable

For reservations please call 01298 84451


FROM THE

CHAR GRILL

Local Dry Aged

8-9oz Sirloin Steak

£17

Butterfly Cajun

Chicken Breast

£11

All Served with

Roast Tomato,

Flat Cap Mushroom,

Red Wine or

Peppercorn Sauce

Add Starter for

£4.50 or Pudding

for £3.00

See our website for

all new menus, wine

and drinks lists

www.bigginhall.co.uk

The Ashford Arms

RESTAURANT & INN

Valentine’s Evening

Full à la carte menu,

plus house Valentine specials,

served from 6-9pm

Mother’s Day Menu

2 Sittings ~ 12.30 and 4.00pm

3 Courses £16.95

Monday Full bar menu plus House Specials

Tuesday Full bar menu plus Platters from

Around the World

Wednesday Full bar menu plus Crazy Steak Night

(including our 32oz Rump)

Thursday Full bar menu plus Sizzle and Griddle Night

(including our Monster Mixed Grill)

Friday/Saturday

Full à la carte menu plus Chef’s House Specials

Sunday Award-winning Sunday Lunch served 12pm-5pm

Church Street, Ashford-in-the-Water,

Nr. Bakewell DE45 1QB. Tel: 01629 812725

www.ashford-arms.co.uk

‘Winter Offers’

SPECIAL WINTER

WARMERS MENU

ANY TWO COURSES – £10.95

Monday to Thursday 12-2pm

EARLY BIRD MENU

ANY TWO COURSES – £10.95

Monday to Thursday 6-8pm

Both available until 31st March 2017

Award Winning Chef

Large Beer Garden • 8 En-Suite Rooms

Conservatory Restaurant

“Quality food at value-for-money prices,

well worth a trip” – Sheffield Telegraph

As featured in the

Sunday Times

one of the top ten eating

places outside of London

A warm welcome

and atmosphere awaits you


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THE ANGLERS REST~Millers Dale

Local Cinema

in the Village Hall, Calver at

7.30pm. Membership costs

£20 for the season and can

offer a reduced membership

to latecomers. Guest fees

£5.00 each. For further

information please call

Denise Hall 01433 630760

CALVER FILM –

9th FEBRUARY –

THE MARTIAN

Calver Film is showing The

Martian (141 mins) PG 13 at

the Village Hall, Calver at

7.30pm.

During a manned mission

to Mars and after a fierce

storm, astronaut Mark

Watson (Matt Damon) is

presumed dead and left

behind by his crew. With only

meagre supplies and

against all odds the

astronaut, who has survived,

must find a way to subsist

and to signal to Earth (and

his crew) that he’s still alive!

Charity of the Month:

Help for Heroes.

Calver Film meets on the

2nd Thursday of the Month

apart from July and August

Cafe, cycle hire, bookshop and gifts on the

scenic Monsal Trail, 1 mile north of Bakewell

OPEN 9.00am– 5.00pm EVERY DAY

Walk in or book a table on 01629 815668

or on www.hassopstation.co.uk – Fully Licensed

Coach and Horses

ON THE A515, FENNY BENTLEY

Telephone 01335 350246

The Dawson Family • Local cask ales • Variety of guest ales

welcome you to the

Coach & Horses

• 3-4 house wines in addition to our

where you can be sure

extensive wine list.

of a warm welcome, • Wide range of home-cooked food

good home-cooked All our dishes are locally sourced wherever possible

food and an excellent

• Over thirty years' experience

selection of cask ales

and fine wines. • Large selection of Malt Whiskies

Queen Anne Inn

CRESSBROOK FILM CLUB

FRIDAY 10th FEBRUARY

MULHOLLAND DRIVE

(cert 15, 148 mins)

A surreal tale of murder and

amnesia in Los Angeles

from director David Lynch.

Having narrowly survived a

murder attempt and a car

crash, a shocked woman

(Laura Elena Harring) takes

refuge in a nearby

apartment. When she's

discovered the next morning

by the apartment's resident,

aspiring actress Betty Elms

Great Hucklow SK17 8RF

Delicious Home Cooked Food

Real Ale and Guest Beer

Delicious SUnday Roast

• Lovely rear garden

2 Course Special Lunch £8.95

• Log fires

EVERYONE WELCOME~

Closed all day Mondays • Free fibre optic wi-fi

01298 871246 | www.queenanneinn.co.uk

Derwentwater Arms

LOWSIDE, CALVER, HOPE VALLEY, DERBYSHIRE, S32 3XQ TEL: 01433 639211

MONDAY LUNCHTIME - FRIDAY

12.00 - 2.00 Fish Friday

OFFER

2 small meals for £10

Two fish dishes and a bottle

of house wine for only £25

EVERY SUNDAY – 12-5PM

Traditional

Carvery

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(Naomi Watts), she

confesses that she neither

knows who she is nor what

happened to her. The two

women begin to investigate

and it gradually becomes

clear that they have known

each other in the past.

As fans know, we have a

wide cinema screen, high

quality sound, really comfy

seats, doors open 7.30pm

for 8pm and the bar will be

open for refreshments

before and after the film.

Membership of Cressbrook

Film Club is £20 for the

whole season with guest

tickets available at £5-00 per

film for adults and £3 for

kids. Contact David Lawton

on 01298 872144 to renew

your membership, become a

member and book guest

tickets in advance. Go to

www.cressbrookclub.org.uk

for full film list, other events

in the village and as ever,

there’s a warm welcome for

old and new members and

guests.

BAKEWELL AND ASHFORD

FILM SOCIETY – 12th

FEBRUARY – SING STREET

Bakewell and Ashford Film

Society’s February film will

be the 2016 Irish music and

comedy “Sing Street”,

certificate 12A, length 106

minutes. Doors open at The

Medway Centre, New Street,

Bakewell at 7pm on Sunday

February 12th 2017.

Introduction to the film by

David Webb starts at

7.30pm.

UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP

The Anglers Rest nestled

in the heart of Millers Dale

is now under new

ownership of Nicola and

Barry Phillips.

The Anglers Rest sits by

the river Wye and has one

of the most beautiful cycle

routes which goes right

past the door – The

Monsal Trail.

The Inn is also a haven

for walkers, rock climbers,

fishermen and tourists.

It’s a family run pub

serving home cooked food

and fine ales, lovely open

fires to sit by and friendly

staff who are always happy

to help.

There is a games room

and a separate dining

A boy (Conor) growing up

in Dublin during the 1980s

escapes his strained family

life by starting a band to

impress the mysterious girl

(Raphina) he likes. “Sing

Street” features a whole lot

of talent – on both sides of

the camera – and the

microphone. Carney's

direction and his script are

sensitive, engaging and fun.

The story has a lot going on,

but still keeps things simple,

and derives its

entertainment value from a

variety of sources. The

drama comes from following

the development of the

band, the relationship

between Conor and

Raphina, the relationships

within Conor’s house and

Conor’s problems at school.

The comedy comes from the

behaviour of the film’s

colourful characters and the

natural awkwardness of

teenagers discovering life.

Most of our films are

shown with subtitles.

Our 2016-17 programme

of films is available at

www.bashfilms.org.uk. You

can also pick up a copy from

The Medway Centre and the

information centre in

Bakewell. Our 2016-17

membership fees remain at

£24.00 (10 films).

(Remember as a member

you may borrow any films

missed or any from our

growing archive of DVDs &

Blu-Rays.) Temporary

membership: £8.00 (2 films).

Guest of a member: £5.00 (1

film). To join BASH contact:

Cheryl Mayfield, BASH

treasurer, 22 Catcliffe

Cottages, Bakewell, DE45

1FL 01629 814770 or email

cherylmayfield@stainedglas

s1.plus.com

We look forward to seeing

you at The Medway Centre

on February 12th 2017.

room from the bar area.

Functions can be catered

for, please telephone

01298 871323.

Our winter opening

times are Monday 12-3pm,

Tuesday-Friday 12-3pm

and 6-11pm, Saturday 12-

11pm and Sunday 12-6pm.

There is a warm

welcome to all including

dogs and walkers.

Peak Advertiser 30th January 2017 – Page 27

HOPE VALLEY PIZZA Co.

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FOR

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Tuesday-Sunday 5.30pm-11.30pm

Established for over 20 years

Based at Calver

Tel: 01433 631706

ANGLER’S REST

Millers Dale, SK17 8SN • Tel: 01298 871323

Family-run pub

serving home-cooked

food and fine ales

with open fires


WINTER

OPENING TIMES

Monday 12-3pm

Tues-Fri 12-3pm & 6pm-11pm

Saturday 12-11pm

Sunday 12-6pm

NOW UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP

• NICOLA & BARRY PHILLIPS •


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Is your bench suffering

from the Winter Blues?

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Our garden furniture, made from

recycled plastic waste, will last a

lifetime, with very little maintenance

as they do not require staining or

treating each year. They will not rot

or splinter and are very tough.

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Our extensive range includes:

● Seats, benches & memorial seats

● Picnic tables

● Nature range - including bird

tables and nest boxes.

● Children’s range of seats, benches,

tables and the MyCube ®

● We even have profiles of all sizes

so you can make your own products.

Visit our showroom or website for full details:

www.tdp.co.uk

Showroom open:

9.30am – 4.30pm Monday to Friday

(Weekends by appointment)

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in Wirksworth

Phone: 01629 820011 or Email: info@tdp.co.uk

TDP Limited, Derby Road, Wirksworth, Derbyshire DE4 4BG

Shepherd huts handcrafted

in the peak district

GARDEN FURNITURE THAT WILL NOT ROT

Even if treated each year

wooden garden furniture

will eventually rot,

especially with all the rain

we now seem to get each

year. Plus when you take

the cost of treatment and

the time taken, the cost of

owning traditional outdoor

furniture increases each

year.

Made from recycled

Water resistant garden furniture

plastic, TDP’s garden

furniture does not suffer

from this problem as water

cannot penetrate the

plastic. Just a quick wipe

down and they are ready to

use.

Made in Wirksworth, our

extensive range benefits

from very low maintenance

as no annual staining or

treatment is required; it will

not rot or splinter, is very

stable and both timeless in

design and long lasting. As

well as water, liquid and

food spills are very easy to

clean.

Equally at home in a

private garden, park, pub or

sports club, our furniture is

made to a very high

standard and can be viewed

in our showroom. This is in

Wirksworth on Derby Road

and is open 9.30 to 4.30 on

weekdays, and at weekends

by appointment.

For 2017, we have added

new products. Discover

more about our furniture

please at www.tdp.co.uk or

call us on 01629 820011.

TDP Ltd, Derby Road,

Wirksworth, Derbyshire

DE4 4BG.

Where Green Design Meets Country Style

At White Peak Shepherd Huts

we combine traditional building

methods with contemporary

comforts to deliver beautiful,

authentic shepherd huts.

Bespoke designs guarantee you

a truly unique space to

complement your home and

garden.

Whether you want a guest

bedroom, home office, art

studio, playroom or a garden

retreat we have the perfect

solution at White Peak

Shepherd Huts.

Glenn & Josephine

07761 983312

01298 872752

email: info@whitepeakshepherdhuts.uk

www.whitepeakshepherdhuts.uk

When Glenn and Josephine

of White Peak Shepherd

Huts moved to the pretty

Peak District village of

Tideswell, they set about

fulfilling their long-held

ambition to build a

shepherd hut.

“Glenn and I have always

been interested in

sustainable design,” says

Josephine, “and shepherd

huts combine the green

build ethos with a beauty

and sense of history that

makes them the perfect

buildings for our landscape.”

“Two key principles of

green design are durability

and efficiency,” explains

Glenn. “Our shepherd huts

are constructed using the

same technology as timber

framed houses, which we

couple with an outer skin of

wriggly tin and double

glazed windows to produce

a highly efficient structure

built to last. In fact, one of

the things our customers

comment on most often is

just how cosy our huts are.”

“Eco-friendly

construction means that we

should have as small an

impact on our environment

as possible,” says

Josephine, “so all of our

timber is FSC approved and

our paints are water based.

We source most of our

materials from local

business, supporting the

local economy and reducing

our carbon footprint. And for

basic power needs we can

install solar or wind power

and with gas heated

showers and a composting

toilet the environmentalist’s

dream is complete!”

To discuss how you can

have your own purposebuilt,

green space call

Josephine & Glenn on

07761 983312 | 01298

872752 or email josephine

@whitepeakshepherdhuts.uk

NEXT ISSUE

Education

In the next issue of the Peak

Advertiser dated 13th February 2017

we will be including a feature on the

education choices in our area.

If you would like to advertise please

call Mark Andrews on

01629 812159

or email sales@peak-advertiser.co.uk

Copy deadline: 1.2.17

www.peak-advertiser.co.uk


Your Totally Independent Local Newspaper

GET SKILLED WITH DERWENTWISE

Get Skilled for

DerwentWISE is now in its

third year and there are

lots of new and exciting

courses happening in and

about the Lower Derwent

Valley.

DerwentWISE – What’s it

all about?

Inspiring and enabling us

all to care for the Lower

Derwent Valley landscape

with its many hidden

gems. This is broadly the

area from Cromford to the

Silk Mill in Derby, running

down the river Derwent

and encompassing the

Derwent Valley Mills World

Heritage Site. The

partnership is led by

Derbyshire Wildlife Trust

and involves 15

organisations including

Derbyshire County

Council. To find out more

about the scheme visit

www.derwentwise.com

Get Skilled for

DerwentWISE courses

help build traditional skills

in the Lower Derwent

Valley. They are organised

by Derbyshire Adult

Community Education

Service and are open to

everyone living, working or

volunteering in the

DerwentWISE area.

The spring programme

starts with a Winter Tree

Identification course on

Sunday 5th February which

will be exploring High Tor

at Matlock Bath and

explains how to recognise

trees that grow in the area

by their outline, twigs,

buds and fruit. We’ve also

got an Introduction to

Coppicing happening on

Saturday 18th February

which will teach the

traditional skill of how to

coppice trees and how the

coppiced products can be

used for coppice crafts and

conservation.

March starts with a

Willow Garden Sculpture

course at Cromford Mills

on Saturday 4th, which will

give people the

opportunity to learn how to

make beautiful and

original woven willow

sculptures. We are also

running a Bronze

Navigation Award in March

which provides people with

the knowledge of how to

navigate safely with a map

and compass so that you

can lead groups on walks

or just not get yourself

lost!

Courses start from just

£5 for one day courses

including all materials,

though many courses are

FREE if your household

income is under £15,800.

DerwentWISE can also

offer subsidised places on

standard Eco Centre

programme courses to

people that live in or work

in the Lower Derwent

Valley.

For more information or

to book a place on any of

these courses contact the

Derbyshire Eco Centre on

01629 533038 or email

ecocentre@derbyshire.gov.

uk.

The other organisations

in the DerwentWISE

partnership are also

running some exciting

activities this spring. More

information about these

can be found at

www.derwentvalleymills.o

rg/events/

To find more exciting

activities from the Lower

Derwent Valley Landscape

Partnership please visit

www.derwentvalleymills.or

g/ events/

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Peak Advertiser 30th January 2017 – Page 29

Venue Course Price Day Times Dates Information

Ryecote

Centre,

Derby

Train the

Trainer

FREE Fri 9.30am

to

3.30pm

20 th and

27 th

January

This course leads to the City & Guilds

Introduction to Trainer Skills (7300),

a recognised Trainer Certificate.

Derbyshire

Eco Centre

Derbyshire

Eco Centre

Whistlestop

Centre,

Matlock

Derbyshire

Eco Centre

Local

outdoor

venue

Derbyshire

Eco Centre

Introduction

to bee

keeping

Hedgerow

basket

making

Winter Tree

Identification

Hedgelaying

Introduction

to Coppicing

Practical

woodland

management

Subsidised

DerwentWISE

price £20

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price £68

Sun

Sat

and

Sun

10am

to 4pm

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to 4pm

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to 4pm

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Little Green Space

Continued from front page

with a readily-available food

supply. The hollow stems of

plants like these often

harbour hibernating insects,

too – so don’t be too hasty

with the garden shears!

Birds will like your food

offerings more if there’s

some kind of protective cover

nearby, such as a thick

hedge, tree or shrub where

they can seek shelter from

predators. Ivy and other

evergreen climbers are great

for birds too – offering a

place to hide or build a nest.

Birds will sometimes nest

in the strangest places:

upturned watering cans,

hanging baskets and old

flowerpots could all end up

housing a brood – birds have

even been known to nest in

the pockets of washing left

hanging on the line!

In fact any nook or cranny

in your garden could be seen

as a potential nesting site, so

be extra careful when

clearing up around the

garden. Along with the toads,

hedgehogs and hibernating

insects, birds would probably

prefer it if you left the tidying

for as long as possible!

Sat

and

Sun

Give a bird a home

Providing a purpose-built

nest box ensures garden

birds have a warm and safe

place to set up home.

Nest boxes will be used by

smaller species for roosting

in over the winter, and could

then become a place for

breeding when spring

eventually arrives.

Within 10 years a single

nest box can provide shelter

10am

to 4pm

2017

29 th

January

2017

4 th and

5 th

February

2017

5 th

February

2017

11 th and

12 th

February

2017

18 th

February

2017

25 th and

26 th

February

2017

for 100 baby blue tits – and as

blue tits love to eat aphids

and other garden pests,

they’re pretty handy to have

around.

Not everyone will have

room to put up a nesting box

– but a single box placed well

out of reach, perhaps up

near the eaves on a wall that

doesn’t directly face between

south and west, may well

attract a family of blue tits,

An introduction to the practice of

bee-keeping for beginners and would

be bee keepers

Use fresh cut willows and hedgerow

stems to make spectacular and

functional baskets

Gain the knowledge of how to

identify trees that grow in High Tor

from their buds, bark, twigs & shape

Learn to lay a hedge in the

traditional Derbyshire style, for the

benefit of wildlife and the landscape

Learn the traditional skill of how to

coppice trees and how the coppiced

products can be used

Learn how to plan basic woodland

management and safely fell small

trees

To book a place contact Derbyshire Eco Centre on 01629 533038 or email ecocentre@derbyshire.gov.uk

great tits, or – if you’re really

lucky – house sparrows. And

a bigger garden might well

be suitable for lots of nesting

boxes on walls, behind sheds

or in trees.

I hope these ideas help to

make your garden a haven

for our wonderful wild birds.

Happy birdwatching!

Penny Bunting

www.littlegreenspace.org.uk

Twitter @LGSpace


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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-12pm, appointments

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

Bradbury Community House, Market St, Glossop. Appointments

Monday 10am-2pm, Drop-in Tuesday 5-7pm and Friday 10am-

2pm. High Peak, New Mills Bureau, Town Hall, New Mills.

Appointments Tuesday 10am-2pm and drop-in Thursday 10am-

2pm. Appointments also available at Whaley Bridge Mechanics

Institute (call 0844 375 2712) and across High Peak GP Surgeries

in Baslow, Buxton, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Gamesley, Glossop,

Hadfield, Hartington, Hayfield, Hope Valley, New Mills and

Tideswell - contact your surgery for details and in Children’s

Centres in Chapel-en-le-Frith (call 01629 533680), Fairfield (call

01298 74895), Gamesley (call 01457 728950), Glossop (01629

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

74101) and New Mills (01629 533000).

EVERY MONDAY

Alzheimer’s Society Memory Cafés Social event providing access to

support and info. for people with dementia, their carers, family and friends.

friendly and informal. Every 4th Monday of the month. Medway Community

Centre, Bakewell. Please pop along anytime between 2-4pm. Contact the

Alzheimer’s Society on 01246 223366 or email

derbyshirenorth@alzheimers.org.uk

Ashford Badminton Club 8-9.30pm. In the sports hall at Lady Manners

School. Contact Pete Rhodes on 01629 810319/0775 4421211 for more info.

Baby Stay & Play 1.30-3pm. Matlock Children’s Centre. A weekly drop in

group. On the 1st Monday of every month there will be a Health Visitor,

and the opportunity to weigh your baby. No need to book. 01629 581867.

Badminton Hartington Village Hall between 8-10pm. Everyone welcome.

For further info. 07870 879734.

Bakewell Choral Society rehearsals, 7.15-9.30pm in Bakewell Methodist

Church, Matlock Street, Bakewell. Term time only. Tel. 01433 631308.

Bakewell Cubs 6.15-7.45pm. At the Brigade Hall, Bath Street, Bakewell.

Further info. Mike Horrod 01629 732173.

Bamford Pre-School Playgroup term time at the Methodist School

Rooms, Main Road, Bamford. 9am-12noon. We now take children from 2

years old. Caroline Hunter 07591 979051.

Bamford Tennis Club Ladies S&D Match practice night 6.30pm. Ruth 0114

2899384.

Baslow Mother and Baby Group 10am-12noon. Baslow Church Rooms.

Charge is £2 per family. Just turn up or tel. Rachel Brown on 01246 583022.

Biggin W.I. meet at 7.30-9.30pm 2nd Monday in the month. Tel. Francis

01298 84447 or Lynn 84548.

Boot Camp 6pm. Assembly Room Theatre, 8pm, Bakewell Town Hall. Call

Ed 07568 140334.

Bradwell Bowls Club Open bowling. 6pm. All welcome beginners or

advanced. Tel. June 01433 620227 for more info.

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

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

Breast Feeding and Sling Library (fortnightly) 12.30-1.30pm. Matlock

Children’s Centre. A weekly group. A chance to meet the centres

breastfeeding expert for support and advice. 01629 581867.

Breast Feeding Support Group Wirksworth Children’s Centre. 12.30-

1.30pm. A chance to meet the centres breastfeeding champion for support

and advice.

Bridge Club Bakewell Town Hall. 7.15pm. Pairs (Acol). Visitors just turn

up. £1.50 pp. 01629 814439/01298 871151. (Not Bank Holidays).

Café Rwanda every third Monday, Court Room Gallery, Bakewell Town

Hall, 10-3pm

Citizens’ Advice Bureau CAB appointments are available at Wirksworth

Children’s Centre, fortnightly. Tel 01629 531240 for an appointment.

Darley Dale Band Rehearsals 8-10pm. South Darley Village Hall. Contact

Keith Sheldon 01629 734641 after 6pm.

Fishpond Choir Rehearsal 7.30-9.30pm. The Fishpond, Matlock Bath.

Further info. email enquiries@fishpondchoir.com or turn up on the night.

Giving Monday’s at the Wellbeing Hub Unit 8, Lime Tree Business Park,

Lime Tree Road, Matlock, DE4 3EJ. We have developed a piece of land in

Darley Dale called ’Flower in the Field’ to encourage individuals to be active

outdoors doing gardening, growing vegetables, creating habitats for

wildlife and other activities connected to nature. The group meets at 12pm

at the Wellbeing Hub before heading down to the Field for an hour or so of

gardening, weeding, digging and tidying! Attendance is free, drop in!

Contact: 01629 733915.

P Morris

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All aspects of building and roofing work undertaken,

including property maintenance and plastering.

Free estimates and roof inspections

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Call Paul on:

01433 631213 or

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Derbyshire Housing Aid Advice surgeries and deposit guarantee scheme.

Imperial Rooms, Imperial Road, Matlock 9.30am-12.30pm. Free

confidential, independent advice on all housing matters.

Great Longstone Bridge Club Village Hall. 7-10pm. New members needed

and welcomed. Tel. 01629 640442.

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

12.30pm. Please speak to a member of our friendly staff team on 07842

095402.

Hatha Yoga Over Haddon Village Hall. 10.30-11.30am. Friends’ Meeting

House, Bakewell. 6.7.30pm. Contact Michelle 01629 815168.

Hathersage Choir Rehearsals in the Lawrence Hall, at the Hathersage

Memorial Hall. 7.30-9.30pm. Contact Secretary on 01433 650554.

Hope Mums, Bumps, Babies and Toddlers A small friendly group run by

new mums. The Old School in Hope from 10-12. Drop in any time for tea

and chat. Contact Jane 07966476636. mrsjanescott@hotmail.co.uk for

more details

Hurst Farm Matlock Derbyshire Dales Walking for Health 10.30am Easy

walk 60 - 90 minutes Hurst Farm Community Centre Hazel Grove, Matlock

Jazz Workshop 7.30pm at Hope Valley College. Experienced players or

beginners to jazz – everyone welcome. Pete on 01433 631284.

Ladies Badminton Group age flexible. Well established. Matlock area, new

welcomed. For further details 01773 856566.

Learn to Dance Masson Mill, Matlock. 7-8pm ish. All buzz it ruzz it. Social

dancing to include waltz, quick step, rumba, fox trot. 01629 760208.

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

3.30pm. Further info. 01433 620630.

Little Hedgehogs Pre-School (supporting pre-school children in the

Hollingsclough, Longnor and Flash areas ). Children enjoy creative play

and learning, songs and stories. Open Mon/Wed/Fri term time from 9am-

3pm, £17.50/day. Part days available along with half portion (and half price)

school lunches. Please call 01298 83233 (school hours) and ask for the

Pre-School.

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

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

Matlock Cycling Club 9.30am. Starting from Cromford Market Place. Slow

morning ride. Details Tony Holmes 01629 734753.

Matlock Derwent Valley Lions Club meet on the 2nd Monday of each

month at the Square and Compass, Darley Bridge at 7.30pm. New

members always welcome. For more info. visit www.matlocklions.org.uk

or tel. 0845 8339583.

Matlock Multiples meet 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month. 1.15-3pm.

Arc Leisure Centre Community Room. For further details phone Jane on

07957 211721 or search for us on Facebook.

Matlock Workplace Derbyshire Dales Walking for Health 12.30pm Easy

walk 45 – 60 minutes Meet in Reception at DDDC Town Hall Bank Road

(bottom end) for a brisk walk around Matlock in your lunch hour.

Monday Funday Club (Term time). 6-7pm. Matlock Methodist and United

Reformed Church, Bank Road, Matlock. Christian based fun sessions for

5-10 year olds. Contact Alison 01629 582847 for further details.

Otter Tots Swim School 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. Please

contact Cathy (Supervisor) on 07799 084244.

Rowsley Toddler Group Rowsley Methodist School Room, Chatsworth

Road. 9.30-11.30am. (term time).

Solo Whist We meet at 7pm at Caroline Court, Hope, for a friendly game

of solo. Why not join us. For further details call 01433 651560.

Steep Turnpike Youth Theatre 6.15-7.45pm. Term time only at Steep

Turnpike Church, Matlock. For any young person in year 6 or above (aged

11 upwards) who enjoys drama. £1 a session - First ‘taster’ session free.

For more details email steepturnpike.youththeatre@gmail.com or text

07426 361116.

Tai Chi 11am-12noon at Tansley Village Hall, Tansley. For further details

01629 312300.

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

Simon Lewis for details 07762 797595.

Tools for Self-Reliance 10am-12noon, Roman Catholic Church Crypt,

Bakewell. Volunteers welcome to help refurbish tools for third world.

Contact Mrs M. Pope 01629 733944.

Weekly Led Rides For Women on the Monsal Trail. Leaving from Hassop

Cycle Hire at Hassop Station – 10am-12noon. Rides are delivered by fully

trained cycle leaders. Suitable for beginners and children are welcome

accompanied by an adult. Stay around after the ride for refreshments in

the café afterward. Bring your own bike or hire a bike for £6.

ruth.taylor@derbyshiredales.gov.uk

Weigh, Stay and Play Matlock Children’s Centre. 1.30-3pm. Drop in group.

Health visitor on the last Monday of the month. No need to book.

Wirksworth Derbyshire Dales Walking for Health 2pm. Meet and walk

from Wirksworth Leisure Centre. 2 weekly walks: Very Easy Walk 30 – 75

minutes and an Easy walk 60 – 90 minutes.

Yoga with Louise at the Medway Centre, Bakewell. Drop in class £6.50.

7.30-9pm. Dynamic Hatha Yoga. Mats provided. All levels welcome

including beginners. Contact Louise (BWY) on 01538 304561 or just turn

up. Map on website. www.yogamania.co.uk

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

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

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

EVERY TUESDAY

Active Tuesdays at the Wellbeing Hub, Unit 8, Lime Tree Business Park,

Lime Tree Road, Matlock, DE4 3EJ. An assortment of indoor and outdoor

games and activities are available for individuals to use and take part in

each week including table tennis, pool, board games, chair based exercise,

gardening and local walks. Drop in 12–3pm, attendance is free! Contact:

01629 733915.

Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Cafe Social event providing access to

support and info. for people with dementia, their carers, family and friends.

Friendly and informal. Every 3rd Tuesday of the month at the Old Hall

Hotel, Buxton, 10.30am-12noon. Tel. Nikki at Alzheimer’s Society on 01246

223366 or email derbyshirenorth@alzheimers.org.uk

An Art Group Peak Forest Reading Room. Meets last Tuesday of the

month. 7.30pm. Contact Angela Whittaker-Axon 01298 938923 for more

info.

Art with Matlock U3A Scout HQ Matlock Green, 10-12 noon. New

members welcome. Call Ruth on 01629 56636.

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Coming Events

Amnesty International, Wirksworth and District Waltham House, St John

Street, Wirksworth. Third Tuesday at 8pm. All welcome. No membership

fee. Contact: Alison Ledbury, Secretary 01629 820888 or

wirksworthaigroup@yahoo.com

Ashford Art Group In the Old School, Ashford in the Water. 1.3.30pm. All

abilities welcome. For info. call 01629 640413 or 814635.

Ashover Indoor Bowls Club meets Tuesday and/or Wednesday. 2-4.30pm.

Ashover Village Hall. New members needed.

Baby and Toddler Group (Totzone)St Joseph’s Church Hall, Bank Road,

Matlock. 10-11.30am and 1-2.30pm (term time only). Contact Josie 07516

230724.

Bakewell Bridge Club Medway Centre. Players should be seated at

6.50pm for a 7pm start. New players and visitors welcome. Secretary Tony

Margree 01629 636267.

1st Bakewell Brownies 6.15-7.30pm. The Brigade Hall, Bath Street,

Bakewell. Further info. Heidi 01629 810369, Helen 732173, Doreen 812863.

Back on Balance 7-8pm and 8-9pm. Litton Village Hall. No exercise

experience necessary. Focus on improving your overall spinal health. £6

drop in or £20 for 4 sessions. Please bring a mat or towel. Tel. Michelle

07854 763570. For more information www.backonbalanceclinic.co.uk.

Back 2 Netball Keep fit and have fun, even if you’ve not played since school

or all all! Great Longstone School Sports Hall, 7–8pm.

Bakewell Crafty Kids Club 10am-

12noon in term time. Crafts and fun

for pre-school children.

(Parent/carer required to stay) £2

donation per family. Further details

contact Medway Centre on 01629

813638.

Bakewell Methodist Church

Badminton Club Wesley Hall,

Bakewell Methodist Church. 7.30-

10pm. Tel. Jennifer Morewood 01629 812299. Doreen Gammage 01629

813714.

Bakewell Town Guild A newly formed Townswomen’s Guild in Bakewell.

Meet on the 2nd Tuesday every month. Bakewell Town Hall. 9.45am. New

members very welcome. Enq. 01246 582219.

Bakewell WI third Tuesday of the month. The Friends’ Meeting House,

Bakewell. 7.30pm. Rashelle Maltz-Jones 01629 810355 Jacky Severn

01629 810037 for further info.or just come along on the night. Visitors

welcome.

Bamford Pre-School Playgroup 9am-3pm. See Monday’s Events for

further details.

Bamford Tennis Club adult coaching and social tennis from 6pm. Tel.

01433 651559 to arrange a free introductory session.

Beavers (6-8 years). 6-7.15pm. Hathersage Scout Headquarters. More

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

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.

Bio-Diversity Action Team out and about doing practical work across

Derbyshire. No experience necessary. Contact Steve Wright 01332 348591.

Bradwell Pre-School Group See Monday’s Events for further details.

Busy Bees Toddler Group Busy Bees is for Mums (or Dads or Grannies)

and their babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers. Plus a trained Breastmates

volunteer offers support on breast-feeding, weaning and returning to work

whilst feeding. 10am-12noon Fountain Square Church Hall, Tideswell.

Coffee, Chat, Snacks, Toys, Games, Crafts, fun. All welcome.

Buxton and District Young Farmers’ Club meet at Farming Life Centre,

Blackwell. 8pm. More info. Beth Gratton 07805 536605.

Carers walk Derbyshire Dales Walking for Health 10.30am Easy walk

60 – 90 minutes New fortnightly Carers walk Ashbourne Leisure Centre

Carpet Bowls at St Margarets Village Hall, Alderwasley. 2-4pm All

welcome.

For further details contact 01629 825891.

Chatsworth Scouts aged 10-14 year olds. 6-7.30pm. Contact Nick Griffiths

07429 538283.

Church On The Bus 1-3pm. Meets at the railway/New Bus station car park,

Matlock.

Coffee and Chat Morning 10-11.30am. Dale Road Methodist Church Hall,

Darley Dale.

Come and Join our Friendly Group for Afternoon Tea and

Chat/Speaker/Coach Outings We meet the first Tuesday in the month in

the Court Room, Bakewell Town Hall. 2-4pm. Transport on the community

bus can be arranged from address in Bakewell. Everyone is welcome. Or

tel. Beryl 01629 814858.

Crafty Natters’ Craft Morning Bring your own craft and learn new crafts.

Very friendly mixed age group. All welcome. 9.30-11.30am at Victoria Court

Community Room, Chesterfield Road, Matlock. School term time only. 50p

subs which include unlimited amount of tea/coffee, biscuits and cake.

Contact Ange 01629 580856. 07896 151304. hvwayne96@hotmail.co.uk

Come and Join our Friendly Group for Afternoon Tea and

Chat/Speaker/Coach Outings Bakewell Club for the Disabled. We meet

the first Tuesday in the month in the Court Room, Bakewell Town Hall. 2-

4pm. Transport on the community bus can be arranged from address in

Bakewell. Everyone is welcome. Or tel. Beryl 01629 814858.

Cressbrook Band Practice in ‘The Cressbrook’ (SK17 8SX). 7.30-9pm.

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

ages.

Dove Holes Public Band Ambitious young band welcomes all young or

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

Road, Dove Holes. 7.30pm. Contact Joanne Hollinrake 07970 039356.

Explorers (14 years upwards). 6-7.15pm. Hathersage Scout Headquarters.

John 01433 651889 or look on the website - www.hathersagescouts.org.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.

Football Pay and Play Sessions A social, fun kickabout! – Baslow Multiuse

court, 6–7pm, £2.00 a session, Baslow Multi-use court, 16+ years.

Free Coffee Morning and chat at Dale Road Methodist Church Hall, Darley

Dale from 10-11.30am. Come and meet old and new friends. No charge,

just friendship. See you there!

Go-Dai Karate Club ARC Leisure Centre, Matlock. Adult classes 7-9pm.

For more info. check our website: britishgodaiassociation.co.uk/Matlock

or contact Nigel Briggs directly on 01246 567913.

Grindleford and Eyam Playgroup 9am-3pm. (1pm finish also available).

See Monday’s Events for further details.

High Peak Twins and Multiples Group at Harpur Hill Children’s Centrefree

drop in session for children and parents to play together, share

experiences and make new friends. 10am-12noon.

Hope Valley Young Farmers’ Club meet at Bamford Hall. 8pm. For more

info. Tel. Cath Morley 01433 620237.

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.

Imperial Good Food Club for Seniors at the Imperial Rooms in Matlock

Come and see us for a bit of company and a meal. 11.45am onwards.

Contact Chris Smith 01629 583512.

Interested in Cycling? Led rides for women at Carsington. Meet at

Carsington Sports and Leisure, 10–11am. Suitable ride for beginners,

small children welcome. Rides are led by British Cycling Ride Leaders.

Bring your own bike or hire one for only £6.00.

Indoor Short Mat Bowling at Bamford village institute. 2-4pm. 7-10pm.

Contact June 01433 620227.

Little Explorers Pre-school. 1.30-3.30pm.Castleton C of E Primary

School. Children aged 3 and over. £4. Crafts, stories, construction, music,

outdoor play and much more. Further info,. 01433 620630.

Little Hedgehogs Pre-School See Monday’s Events for further details.

Matlock Cycling Club 7pm. Starting from Crown Square, Matlock.

Training ride (approx 2 hours). Further details from Tony Holmes 01629

734753.

Matlock and District Rifle Club Contact Len Webster 01629 584797.

NWR (Bakewell) third Tuesday in the month. A friendly group that meets

in each other’s homes in and around the Bakewell area. Are you a lively

minded woman wanting to make friends, exchange ideas, have

interesting discussions and join in social events? National Women’s

Register is a countrywide network group see www.nwr.org.uk for more

info; Lorraine on 01298 85024.

Otter Tots Swim School See Monday’s Events for further details.

Peak Artists are a group who paint in various media. South Darley Village

Hall from 7-9pm. Further info.

01629 734304.

Peak Chamber Orchestra Calver

Methodist Church. Contact Glyn

Davis 01433 630689.

Peak Pre-School See Monday’s

Events for further details.

Pilates Hathersage Methodist

Church Hall. 11.30am-12.30pm.

Hope Loxley Hall. 8.15-9.15pm.

Phone Claire 07990 771155.

Red Cross 7pm, Court Room Gallery, Bakewell Town Hall.

Rowsley Crafts Club 7-9pm. The kitchen to the rear of Rowsley Village

Hall. Bring your own craft or join in on a group project. Please call

Beverley Bagshaw on 01629 735997 for more info.

RugbyBakewell Mannerians RUFC Training 7pm. Baslow Sports Ground.

See www.pitchero.com/clubs/bakewellmanneriansrfc for more details.

See and Know Toddler group at Holy Trinity Church, Matlock Bath. 9.45-

11.30am term time only. 0-4’s and their parents and carers welcome for

toys, Bible stories, songs, crafts and a snack. No charge. Tel. Lucy on

07722 750501.

Sparrowpit & District W.I. extend a warm welcome to all women. Every

3rd Tuesday. 7.30pm. Memorial Hall, Sparrowpit (Behind the Wanted

Inn). Full programme which includes various outings, workshops and

meals out etc. Tel. Angela Whittaker-Axon on 01298 938923 for further

info.

Tideswell Indoor Bowling Club would like to invite you to join them for

Indoor short mat bowls. In the hall at Bishop Purseglove School between

6.30-10pm. No experience needed just a pair of flat indoor shoes. For

further information please contact Barbara on 01433 30349.

Tansley Tots Toddlers 1.30-3.30pm at Tansley Community Hall. First

session free. Come and join us. Find out more at:

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www.facebook.com/groups/tansleytots

The Matlock Forum Club meets at 10am in the Edgefold Club on

Edgefold Road. Retired gentlemen most welcome. Guest speakers,

interesting subjects, friendship, coffee and biscuits, free car parking. Call

in on any Tuesday. Tel. 01629 582728.

Tideswell Indoor Bowling Club would like to invite you to join them for

Indoor short mat bowls. Iin the hall at Bishop Purseglove School

between 6.30-10pm. No experience needed just a pair of flat indoor

shoes. For further information please contact Barbara on 01433 30349.

Tideswell Male Voice Choir Rehearsals 7.30pm. Old Grammar School,

(situated to the rear of St John’s Parish Church), Tideswell. New

members welcomed.

Tideswell Tennis Club New members welcome. 7.30pm onwards at the

tennis courts, Tideswell Sports Association Area, Alma Road, Tideswell.

Whist Drive First shuffle. 7.30pm at Bakewell Working Mens and Social

Club, Butts Road, Bakewell. Admission £2.50 per person (including

refreshments).

EVERY WEDNESDAY

Adventurers Children’s Club for 5-11 year olds. At the Gospel Hall, North

Church Street, Bakewell. Sept-March in school term time.

Alpha Course in Local Churches Crich, St. Mary’s Church at 7pm.

Contact: Peter Hall 01773 852693. Also Darley Dale, Churches Together

at 7pm. Contact: Robert Quarton 01629 734257.

Art Class Youlgrave Reading Rooms. 10am-12noon and 2-4pm. For more

details Diane Kettle. 01629 636763. www.dianekettle.com

Art Classes Life drawing and painting tutored by Diane Kettle B.A. Hons

(Fine Art) Certificate of Education. Beginners, improvers and

professional, artists welcome at the ‘Friends’ Meeting House’ (behind

the Methodist Church) in Bakewell. 1.30-4.30pm. Tel. Diane Kettle 01629

636763 www.dianekettle.com

Ashford Bridge Club welcomes new members to play bridge (Acol) in a

social setting. Singles welcome. Medway Centre, Bakewell. 7-10pm.

01629 814132.

Ashover Baby and Toddler Group 10am-12noon, (term-time only) at

Ashover Parish Hall, Milken Lane, Ashover. Come and join us for a cuppa

and meet new friends whilst your children play. Tel. Nicola Foster on

07891063154 or visit us at ashovertoddlers.co.uk.

Badminton at Lady Manners. During term time. 7.30pm. Juniors 12+ and

beginners welcome. Just turn up or tel. Liz on 07718 068384.

Bakewell Silver Band Full Band

rehearsals. 8-10pm at the

Brigade Hall, Bath Street,

Bakewell. Contact Ian Wildgoose

01629 813119.

Bakewell Young Farmers’ Club

Monyash Village Hall. 8pm. For

more info. Tel. Helen Yates 07855

945441.

Bamford 0-5 Group. Moore

Memorial Hall from 10-11.45am.

All welcome for informal play,

tea/coffee, children’s snack and

outdoor play weather permitting.

Please feel free to drop in. Contact

Sue on 01433 659961.

Bamford Pre-School Playgroup

9am-12noon. See Monday’s

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Baslow Choir New singers welcome – all ages. 7.30-9.30pm. Baslow

Village Hall. Contact Heather Jacques on 01433 631586.

Bel Canto is a friendly and vibrant ladies’ community choir, based in

Baslow. Led by Claire De La Haye, we perform a wide repertoire of music

at local events in and around the Derbyshire Dales. We are currently

seeking new members to grow our ranks in all sections of the choir. We

rehearse in Baslow St. Anne’s Church each Wednesday at 8.15pm. If you

have a passion for singing, please come along any Wednesday to meet us

and have a go! Contact us at Facebook

(https://www.facebook.com/BelCantoBaslow/) or on 07515 287222.

Bible Study in the Hope Valley with The Living Hope Church. 8pm at various

homes throughout the valley. Contact Pastor Tim Pritt 01433 650942.

Bible Study non-denominational, Court Room Gallery, 10am, Bakewell

Town Hall, carlyspear4gmail.com

Bakewell Branch:Community Bible Study International UK

www.cbsuk.org The Garden Room, Tannery House, Matlock Street,

Bakewell. DE45 1EE. (Sep 7th 2016- May 24th 2017) in term time from 10-

11.30am. Community Bible Study International UK is a nondenominational

independent Christian Ministry dedicated to providing

accessible in- depth Bible study in a supportive group setting which is open

to everyone, men and women of all ages. It provides a simple four step

approach in studying God’s word. For more info. 01629 812766.

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

Bakewell. Everyone welcome – Non-members £1.00 per person.

BMW Brass Wirksworth 8pm. Parish Rooms, Wirksworth. All brass

players are welcome. For details of our training band please contact 01629

540345.

Bradwell Bowls Club See Monday’s events for further details.

Calver Methodist Church Main Street, Curbar, Hope Valley, S32 3XR.

Community cafe at Calver Methodist Church. 10am–12 noon on the last

wednesday of each month. Come and enjoy coffee/tea/hot chocolate cake,

biscuits, toast and good company in comfortable surroundings. Parents &

Toddlers/children, Young and not so young are. All welcome.

Chatsworth WI third Wednesday at Edensor Tea Rooms, Edensor Village

at 7pm. New members are always welcome. Kath Watts on 01246 211437.

Chatsworth Cubs aged 8 to 10 1 / 2 year olds. 5-6.15pm and 6.45-8pm.

Contact Emma Lowe on 07843 090016.

Chelmorton Film Circle Chelmorton Institute 2nd Wednesday each month

at 7.30 prompt.

Coffee Morning (includes Bingo). Queen’s Court Sheltered

Accommodation, Queen’s Road, Fairfield, Buxton. 10.30am.

Cuppa-call-in 10.15-11.45am, Holy Trinity Church, Tansley. Why not drop

in for a relaxing and welcoming cup of tea/coffee and biscuits, (and often

cake!). Everyone most welcome.

Crafts in the Forest Why not come along to the Peak Forest Reading Room

from 10am-12noon and enjoy a relaxing and creative session with likeminded

people. Transport arranged if difficult to attend.

Creative Wednesdays at the Wellbeing Hub, Unit 8, Lime Tree Business

Park, Lime Tree Road, Matlock, DE4 3EJ. Individuals can take part in the

organised crafts and workshops or bring along their own activity. Drop in

from 12pm-3pm, attendance is free! Contact 01629 733915.

Dale Road Methodist Church Darley Dale invites you to our short informal

First Wednesday Service at 7.30pm on the first Wednesday in each month.

Dales Christian Spiritualist Church Mencap Centre, Greenaway Lane,

Darley Dale. Through the school yard. 7.30pm. Healing and meditation.

Warm welcome to everyone.

Dynamic Hatha Yoga Gothic Warehouse. Booking essential through Kulbir

Kaur 01629 581937. Free to Arkwright Society volunteers as well as open

to the public. Suitable for adults from introductory to advanced level.

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.

Fancy a go at Singing? Bakewell and District Community Choir (BAD-cc!)

is looking for more singers, particularly men. Upper Hall, Bakewell Town

Hall. Have a look at our Facebook page - just put Bakewell and District

Community Choir into a search engine. 7.30-9.30pm. £3.00, including

refreshments!

Girls’ Brigade 6.30–8.30pm, Matlock Methodist and United Reformed

Church, Bank Road, Matlock. Details Mrs Yvonne Brant 01629 582023.

Grindleford and Eyam Playgroup 9am-3pm. Forest school for 3+ years.

9am-12noon. See Monday’s Events for further details.

High Peak Badminton Club Buxton Community School. 7-10pm. All ages

and abilities from 11 years. Coaching on the night 7-8pm. Day 01298 71707.

Eve 01298 22502.

Interested in Cycling? Led rides for women at Tissington. Meet Ashbourne

Cycle Hire, 10–11am. Suitable ride for beginners, small children welcome.

Rides are led by British Cycling Ride Leaders. Bring your own bike or hire

one for only £6.00.

Indoor Bowling Village Hall, Calver. 2-4pm. Tel. Bob Dudgeon, 01433

639908.

Indoor Short Mat Bowling in the Working Men’s Club on Butts Road,

Bakewell at 6.45pm - just turn up. Beginners welcome. Contact Alec on

01298 871638.

Karate Village Hall, Calver. 6.30-8pm. Tel. Bob Dudgeon, 01433 639908.

Little Explorers Pre-School See Tuesday’s Events for further details.

Little Hedgehogs Pre-School See Monday’s Events for further details.

Line Dancing in the Imperial Rooms, Matlock. 7.40-10pm. With Timberline

Steve, IDTA qualified instructor, and Jeanette. Details 01629 636386.

Matlock and District Rifle Club See Tuesday’s Events for further details.

Matlock Music Group for babies and pre-school children with parent/carer.

10-11.30am approx. during term time. Held at Matlock Methodist and URC

Church Hall, Bank Road, Matlock.

Matlock Musical Theatre Matlock Methodist and United Reformed Church

Hall, Bank Road. 7.30pm.

Matlock Philatelic Society second Wednesday each month. 7.30pm.

Imperial Rooms, Matlock. Interesting and varied programme, visitors

welcome.

Meditation Classes during term times at Heart Jewel Kadampa Buddhist

Centre, Holme Road, Matlock Bath DE4 3NU. 7.30-9pm. Suitable for

beginners. Everyone welcome. No need to book. £5 per class. Tel 01629

581585. www.heartjewel.org.uk

Matlock Needlecraft Group workshop at the Imperial Rooms, Matlock,

10-12am. Further info. contact Christine Thompson 01246 583153.

Matlock Edgefold Club Social Sequence and ballroom dancing to organist.

8-10.30pm. For more info. 01629 582374.

Music Playtime A brand new music fun session for babies and toddler.

Castleton C of E Primary School. 10.30-11.30am. £3. Tel. 01433 620630.

Open House at Bonsall Village Hall. 2pm. Board games, chat and talks.

Run by retired people for anyone to join in, thanks to the New Horizons

Trust.

Parent and Toddler Group (run by volunteers) at Harpur Hill Children’s

Centre, Buxton. 1.15-3.15pm. No need to book. Tel. 01298 74101. Free of

charge.

Peak Forest Aerobics at the Reading Room. 8-9pm. Cost £2.50 per

session.

Peak Pre-School See Monday’s Events for further details.

Tel: 01629 824079 / 07890 775365

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email: jack@thompson-treeservices.co.uk

Pilates in Bakewell 9.30-10.30am. Teresa Tinklin 07906 312372,

bodyhealthpilates.co.uk

Play Tideswell Play and learn together. Toys, crafts, healthy snacks,

singing, tea and coffee for the parents/carers and a chance to take a toy

home. At the Youth Club Building, Tideswell. 9am-12noon. Children aged

0-5.

Pre-School Cycling Just bring your bike and helmet to Castleton Village

Hall first Wednesday in the month. £2.00 per child. 1.30-3pm. Enjoy riding

round cones, circuits and more.

Rotary Club of Buxton meets every 2nd and 4th Wednesday at The Old

Hall Hotel, Buxton at 6.30pm for 7-8pm meeting; optional meal follows.

Enquiries from men and women welcome. Email:

buxtonrotary@gmail.com.

www.buxtonrotaryishere.co.uk;

www.facebook.com/buxtonrotaryclub.

Run of the Mill Folk Dance Club Meet every 2nd, 4th and 5th Wednesday

(except in August). Folk dancing for beginners and experienced dancers.

Florence Nightingale Hall, Holloway, nr Matlock. 7.30pm. Contacts.

www.runmilldance.abelgratis.co.uk/ John Daglish 01629 534479, David

and Verena 01332 881221.

Samartha Meditation every other Wednesday, 6.30pm Council Chamber,

Bakewell Town Hall. Call Rosemary 0793 0975807.

Seniors’ Lunch Eilm Pentecostal Church, Waterside Business Park

Waterside Road, Ashbourne. 12.30 once a month. Contact the Church for

more info.

Singing with Lester Simpson 7-9pm. At the Medway Centre, Bakewell.

Contact Community Education 01629 813747.

Singer & Musicians Nights Open to all who wish to sing, play or just enjoy

the music in a very friendly atmosphere. There is no fee to pay and will be

held in the bar of The Old Hall Hotel, Hope. S33 6RH from 7.30pm. Every

2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month. For info. tel. 07913 331078 or visit

www.folkandblues.club

South Darley Parent and Toddler Group 10-11.30am. Tel. Abi 01629

650911.

Stepping Stones Pre-School Parwich Parwich Memorial Hall. Open

sessions 9am-12noon for parents and children to visit. No prior booking

needed. 2 full day sessions 9am-3pm as well as 2 half day sessions 9am-

12noon.

Story Time at Bakewell Library 10.10.30am. Story and song time. No need

to book.

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

Astro at Wirksworth Leisure Centre, 6–7pm.

Strike Academy dance classes, Court Room Gallery, Bakewell Town Hall,

4-9pm. Call Felicity 07841 755312.

Tai Chi Bakewell and District Tai Chi Group. Medway Centre. 9.15-10.45am.

More details from Medway Centre 01629 813638.

T'ai Chi Ch’uan Imperial Rooms, Matlock. 1.30-3pm. Teacher has over

25years experience. Make the positive change in your life and well-being.

Practise Harmony, relaxation and Serenity in a calm social group of like

minds. To book a place call Stu 07832 107286 or David 07428 131989.

Tansley, Holy Trinity Church invites you to a short, said, service of Holy

Communion. 9.30am. The service precedes the regular Wednesday

morning ‘Cuppa-call-in’ for cups of tea/coffee, biscuits and social chat.

Tideswell Male Voice Choir See Tuesday’s Events for further details.

Tideswell Singers. Friendly choir for mixed voices and styles. New

members welcome, no audition necessary. Rehearsals in Litton Village

Hall (once a month in Litton Church), 7.30pm. Please see website for

details and contact www.tideswellsingers.org.uk.

Toddler Group Matlock All Saints’ Infant School. Term times only. 1.30-

3pm.

The Rotary Club of Bakewell 12.45pm. Rutland Arms Hotel, Bakewell

except the 4th & 5th Wednesday when it is an evening meeting with

partners. Occasionally we meet at another venue. Contact 01629 57445 for

further information.

Weekly Led Rides For All On The Monsal Trail Every Wednesday morning.

See Monday’s Event for further details.

Weigh Stay and Play at The Whitworth Centre, Darley Dale. Children’s

Centre. 1.30-3pm for further information call 01629 581867.

Wellbeing Hub See Tuesday’s Events for further details.

Whist Drive Moore Memorial Hall, Brentwood Road, Bamford. 7.30pm.

Admission £1 incl. tea and biscuits.

Wirksworth Community Choir Rehearsals in term time. 7.45pm.

Wirksworth Junior School. Altos wanted. Everyone welcome. 01629

822978.

Wirksworth Netball Club Wirksworth Leisure Centre DE4 4JG. 8.15-

9.30pm term-time only. Small, friendly, competitive club. Contact Christine

Galbraith (Membership Sec) 01629 824187/07801 956692, galbraithritchies@uwclub.net

Erin Bower (Chairperson) 01629 733968/07980

880719.

Youlgrave 1st Scouts Beavers and Cub Scouts 6.30-7.45pm. Scout hut,

Youlgrave. Boys and girls aged 5 3 / 4 -10.

PLACES OF INTEREST

Eyam Hall Historic House Craft Centre Tues-Sun 11am-5pm. The Buttery

and Gift Shop are open daily except Mondays all year 10.30am-5pm. For

further information 01433 631976. Fax: 01433 631603.

Caudwell’s Mill, Rowsley. Unique Victorian ‘automatic’ water-powered

roller flour Mill on the beautiful River Wye. Four fascinating floors to

explore plus top-class quality flours from the Mill shop. Café offers quality

snacks and meals. Open daily between 10am-5.30pm. Free entry to all

craft workshops and free parking. Flour sales daily all year round. For

further information, tel. and fax 01629 734374.

JANUARY 2017

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

welcome- details 07900 244913.

26 - 28 TANSLEY PLAYERS PERFORM ALADDIN Tansley Village Hall.

7.30pm. Tickets available from Bev Oates 01629 582154.

Saturday

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

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28 CHILDREN'S MEDITATION CLASS -"Keep it Cool". 10.30am-12pm.

Fun class for kids (7-12 years) to try meditation and learn how to keep

a cool mind when things are difficult. Children must be accompanied

by an adult. Everyone welcome. Cost £6 per child includes light

refreshments. No charge for accompanying adults. Heart Jewel

Buddhist Meditation Centre, Holme Road, Matlock Bath DE4 3NU. To

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• Wood-chippings and Woodchipper hire • All aspects of tree work

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• Mowing, Seeding & Turfing • Garden Clearance

• Pesticide applications • Stump Grinding Service available

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• Dry goods, filter and pump sales

• Ornamental fish sales including high grade koi

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Coming Events

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, Stanton 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.

29 PEAK WALKING GROUP- Calver Area. 7.5 Miles. Start: Calver cricket

ground, White Peak 24 OL SK 239 747.Route Calver / Bramley Wood /

Bleaklow / Great Longstone / Underedge / Rowland / Deep Rake /

Calver Peak / Calver. Notes: Dogs on lead. Ring if weather is doubtful.

www.peakwalkinggroup.co.uk tel. 04410 982664.

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).

Tuesday

31 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Hope, Station Road, Aston and Win Hill.

01142 361320.

31 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Darley Bridge PS, Snitterton, Brightgate

and Clough Wood. 01629 736829.

31 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am –

Easy walk 60 – 90 minutes. Meet at Winster – top of West Bank.

31 MEG LAIRD TALK - BESS OF HARDWICK to be given by Mrs M. Taylor.

At the Medway Centre, Bakewell. 2.15pm. £3 includes tea/biscuits.

All welcome.

31 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 07527 292908, or e-mail

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

and facebook.com/SamudraBuddhistCentre.

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FEBRUARY

Wednesday

1 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Curbar Gap CP (NT) fee. White Edge and

Curbar Edge. 07731 560407.

1 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 10 miles. Moderate. Sandy Ford lay-by. Alderwasley, Ashleyhay.

01629 55570.

1 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 11 miles. Moderate. Ashford in the Water CP, Great Shacklow

Wood, Taddington, High Dale, Monsal Head. 01629 636350.

1 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Easy

walk 60 - 90 minutes. Meet at High Peak Junction Car Park, (Lea

Bridge) £1.40 to park for 2 hours.

1 ST HELEN’S LADIES GROUP Lady Whitworth Room, Whitworth

Centre, Darley Dale. 7.30pm. Debbie Farrel will be giving a talk on the

work of Helen’s Trust. New members very welcome.

1 TIDESWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am.

Easy walk 60 – 90 minutes around Tideswell and the surrounding

area. Meet at Fountain Square, adjacent to the public toilets.

Thursday

2 BAKEWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am.

Moderate walk 90 – 120 minutes. Meet at Ashford in the Water – park

by the old footbridge.

2 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 8 miles. Moderate. Tansley VH, Cocking Tor, Ashover, Bottom

Moor, Lumsdale. 01629 583029.

Friday

3 BASLOW SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB Baslow Village Hall, 2pm.

Memories of a Rat Catcher - Mark Johnson. Refreshments. New

members welcome. Just turn up or tel. Christopher Wragg 01246

583228.

Saturday

4 CASTLETON CINEMA CLUB Village Hall. 7 for 7.30pm start. The

Theory of Everything. Entrance fee. Members £2, visitors £5

automatically becoming members. Hot tea and coffee or soft drink

served free of charge or bring your own bottle (glasses provided. Enq.

01433 621058 or keith.iggocastleton@gmail

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

6 miles. Moderate. Crich Market Place, Plaistow Green, Shuckstone,

Upper Holloway Crich Stand. No dogs please. 07814 561590.

4 DERBYSHIRE DALES WOODCRAFT CLUB Wyaston Village Hall 10am-

2pm. The club has about 50 members at varying skill levels, from

complete beginner to expert, in woodturning, woodcarving, marquetry

and pyrography. “Hands-on” so if you've always wanted to try your

hand at woodturning, carving, pyrography etc. come along and have

a go. Free entry to the first meeting. Free tea/coffee! Additionally, one

of our members who is expert in making lace bobbins will be

demonstrating his techniques. Entry fee for visitors is £6, half of which

will be credited if you become a member (free tea/coffee). For more

info. go to www.ddwc.co.uk If you would like to know more email your

query to info@ddwc.co.uk or phone James Sharpe on 01335 344933.

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4 FRIENDS OF TANSLEY SCHOOL NEARLY NEW SALE Tansley

Community Hall, Church Street, Tansley, DE4 5FE. 10am-1pm.

Refreshments available. Children’s clothes, toys, books, women’s

clothes, accessories, men’s clothes and much more. Bag a bargain!

4 MAMBO JAMBO IN CONCERT at Tansley Village Hall. A Live & Local

show. This vibrant acoustic roots duo draws on sounds from Cuba,

New Orleans, Brazil, Eastern Europe and Latin America, as well as

bluegrass and boogie. Tickets £11. Licensed bar selling beer, wine

and soft drinks opens at 7pm, show begins at 7.30pm. Booking

essential. Phone 01629 584243 or mobile 07748 545287.

Sunday

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

to swimming pool). Walk 1: Goyt Valley – Short up to 8 miles. 10am.

Walk 2: Combs 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

5 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 12 miles. Moderate. Eyam. Free CP. Eyam Moor, Derwent

Valley. 07592 886381.

5 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 8 miles (grade 2). SK 152756.

Tideswell (meet outside public conveniences), Litton Edge,

Cressbrook Dale, Cressbrook Mill, Litton Mill, Tideswell Dale. 01246

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

Monday

6 BAKEWELL METHODIST CHURCH COFFEE MORNING Matlock

Street, Bakewell. 10am-12noon. The Charity stall is in aid of Goboka

Rwanda Trust.

6 NATURE TOTS: MUDDY PUDDLE TOTS Come along to our

playgroup with a difference. Nature Tots has a different wildlife

theme for every session and encourages tots and parents to get

outdoors to learn together. Sessions include a story, outdoor

activities, crafts and a snack and drink. This month we will be

looking at what creatures make a home in our muddy puddles.

Nature Tots is suitable for accompanied children aged 3 and over.

Two sessions to choose from either 10.30am-12noon or 12.45-

14.15pm, at the Wildlife Discovery Room, Carsington Water Visitor

Centre, DE6 1ST. The charge is £3 per child/ £2 for the second child

in the same family. Booking is essential as numbers are limited.

Tel 01773 881188.

6 SAVE LIVES AND EAT CAKE at Bakewell town Hall. Cancer

research Coffee morning with stalls, cake, tea and coffee- free

entry- You can also bring your unwanted Christmas presents down!

6 WHIST DRIVE Join us on the 1st Monday of every month at Biggin

Village Hall at 8pm for an enjoyable evening of whist, refreshments

and great prizes! Easy adjacent parking & good disabled access.

Enquiries please ring Joan on 01335 390377.

Tuesday

7 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

11am. 3 miles. Extra leisurely. Rivendale caravan park, Alsop en le

Dale. 01335 343869.

7 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Longshaw NT CP (fee), Millstone Edge

and Padley Gorge. 01433 651212.

7 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Allestree, Woodlands Road CP. Local

walk. 01332 557887.

7 MATLOCK ADVANCED MOTORISTS indoor meeting at 7.30pm at

the Whitworth Centre, Darley Dale – for details of the evening event

contact Bill Storey on 01629 812732, non members welcome. Or

visit the IAM website at www.iam.org.uk or www.matlockiam.webs.com/

7 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am –

Easy walk 60 – 90 minutes. Meet at Tansley, Alders Lane, T junction

with Carr Lane/Cunnery Lane.

7 TANSLEY FILM 7.30pm in Tansley Village Hall. Love and Friendship.

Tickets are £4 at the door or £20 for any seven films of your choice

with our Free Choice card on sale at our cinema. Refreshments

available from 7pm. Advance booking is essential - email

book@tansleyfilm.org.uk or phone 01629 584243/07748 545287.

Wednesday

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

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

Dogwood Rose. www.folkandblues.club or call 0791 333 1078.

8 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10.30am. 6 miles. Leisurely/Moderate. Ashbourne waterside CP

(Homebase), Clifton, Mayfield and the tunnel. Refreshments after

at M&S). 07891 219150.

8 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 10 miles. Moderate. Rowsley Old Station CP, Over Haddon,

Haddon Park, Lathkill. 01629 733312.

8 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 11 miles. Moderate. Holmesfield Church CP. Longshaw,

Totley Moor, Fanshaw Gate. 01629 581941.

8 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am.

Easy walk 60 - 90 minutes. Meet at Birchover Quarry on main

Birchover to Stanton in Peak Road.

8 PEAK MUSIC SOCIETY CONCERT is at the Cavendish Hall, Edensor

at 19.45. The Society welcomes Michael Petrov (cello) and Alexander

Ullman (piano). Both musicians are prize winners and perform

internationally. They will be performing works by Prokofiev, Robert

Schumann, Elliott Carter and Chopin. Tickets are available to nonmembers

of the Society at £17 either on the door or in advance by

email to Robert Wright (robertwright260@btinternet.com).

Thursday

9 BAKEWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am.

Moderate walk 90 – 120 minutes. Meet at Calver – park by playing

fields in village centre.

9 CALVER FILM Village Hall, Calver. 7.30pm. The Martian (141 mins)

PG 13. Calver Film is a membership club costing £20. Guest tickets

cost £5.00. Charity of the month Help for Heroes. For further

information contact Denise Hall 01433 630760.

9 CALVER, CURBAR AND FROGGATT SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB Calver

Methodist Church. 2pm. Talk followed by tea. History of the

Cotswolds - Frank Galbraith. New members are very welcome.

9 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 8 miles. Moderate. Hartington MP, Pilsbury and Sheen.

01629 825726.

9 FARMING LIFE CENTRE WALK - A gentle monthly afternoon walk.

Meet at 1.15 for a 1.30–2.30pm walk, with the opportunity for

refreshments and a good chat afterwards! Our walks are short and

‘Easy’ on good surfaces but may involve some stiles or

ascents/descents over a short distance. In the event of extreme

weather conditions, please contact the Centre beforehand on 01298

85162 to confirm the walk is going ahead. Hassop Station and

Monsal Trail: Meet outside Hassop Station, car parking available.

A flat walk up the trail towards Thornbridge Hall Station and return.

Coffee and cakes back at the Hassop Station café.

9 INTRODUCTION TO BUDDHIST MEDITATION CLASS 7.30pm.

Friends Meeting House, Chapel Row, Matlock St. Bakewell DE45

1EL. All welcome. Samatha tradition. More info. mob 07930975807

www.samatha.org/bakewell fb.me/SamathaBakewell

9 MATLOCK RAILWAY CLUB Temple Hotel, Matlock Bath. 7.30pm.

Presentation on Trains with David Shepherd. Non members

welcome - details 07900 244913.

Friday

10 BAMFORD AND DISTRICT HISTORY GROUP The Bamford Institute.

8pm. Goosehill Hall Castleton - Then and Now - John Whitfield.

Visitors welcome.

10 CRESSBROOK FILM CLUB Middle Row, Cressbrook. MULHOLLAND

DRIVE (Cert 15) A surreal tale of murder and amnesia in Los

Angeles from director David Lynch. Having narrowly survived a

murder attempt and a car crash, a shocked woman (Laura Elena

Harring) takes refuge in a nearby apartment. When she's

discovered the next morning by the apartment's resident, aspiring

actress Betty Elms (Naomi Watts), she confesses that she neither

knows who she is nor what happened to her. Doors open 7.30 for

8pm, the bar will be open for refreshments before and after the film

and as ever, warm welcome for old and new members and guests.

Guest tickets available at £5 per film for adults and £3 for kids.

Contact David Lawton on 01298 872 144 to book guest tickets in

advance. Go to the website www.cressbrookclub.org.uk for future

films and the location of the venue. We look forward to seeing you.

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Coming Events

10 HERBAL REMEDIES: LOVE POTIONS There is an ancient history of

using herbs as love potions, often shrouded in mystery and steeped

in legend. Whilst many of them have been discounted, join

Derbyshire Wildlife Trust to come and learn about how herbs and

scents can really work on our minds and bodies and make some

potions to take and try at home! Workshop takes place from

10.30am–1pm at the Whistlestop Centre in Matlock Bath, DE4 3PT.

The cost is £20 per person and booking is essential as places are

limited – please contact Derbyshire Wildlife Trust on 01773 881188

during normal office hours. For more information visit

www.derbyshirewildlifetrust.org.uk

Saturday

11 BUXTON FIELD CLUB Main Hall, Buxton Methodist Church, Market

Place. 7.30pm. Dr Hugh Jones - Wildlife of the Seashore. Visitor fee

£3.

11 LORRAINE AND GORDON MCGLONE WILL BE HOSTING THE

BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION ANNUAL COFFEE MORNING with

stalls. 10am–12.30pm. Dale Road Methodist Church Hall, Darley

Dale. DE4 2FT. Cake stall, tombola stall, bring and buy, bric-a brac

and books etc. Admission £1 to include refreshments. Come and

support this worthwhile cause. FIGHT FOR EVERY HEARTBEAT.

11 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 6 miles. Moderate. Alstonfield WC CP, Wetton. 01335 370326.

11 STEVE KNIGHTLEY IN CONCERT Youlgreave Village Hall. Doors open

7 for 7.30pm. Tickets £18 each. Tel. 01629 630282. For more info.

www.steveknightley.co.uk

Sunday

12 ASHBOURNE ANIMAL WELFARE BE MY VALENTINE OPEN DAY

11am-4pm. The Ark, Wyaston Rd, Ashbourne. Visit the cattery &

kennels and let one of our cats or dogs steal your heart. Homemade

lunches & teas. Gifts, Bric a Brac, Books. Free admission. For more

info tel: 01335 300494.

W. Smart Construction

GROUNDWORKS AND DRAINAGE SPECIALIST

• Drain/sewage systems repairs to full system installation

• Septic tank replacement and repair

• Road way, car parks and driveway installation

• Structural retaining walls

• Gabion basket installation

• Concreting and foundations

• Land drains installation

• Digger and driver hire (various sizes available)

Please contact Will on 01629 56391 or 07796 648489

12 BAKEWELL AND ASHFORD FILM SOCIETY 2016 Irish music and

comedy“Sing Street”, certificate 12A, length 106 minutes. Doors open

at The Medway Centre, New Street, Bakewell at 7pm. Introduction to the

film by David Webb starts at 7.30pm. Membership fees £24.00 (10 films).

(Remember as a member you may borrow any films missed or any from

our growing archive of DVD’s & Blu-Ray’s.) Temporary membership:

£8.00 (2 films). Guest of a member: £5.00 (1 film). To join BASH contact:

Cheryl Mayfield, BASH treasurer, 22 Catcliffe Cottages, Bakewell, DE45

1FL 01629 814770 or email cherylmayfield@stainedglass1.plus.com

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

11 miles. Moderate. Elton Church, Cork Stone, Hopping Farm. 01629

823149.

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

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

Alstonfield – 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

12 DERWENT AND HOPE VALLEYS ADVANCED MOTORISTS meeting

at the Eyre Arms, Calver Cross Roads at 10am. “Free assessment

drives for local motorists. Also motorcyclists welcome to come along.

Please contact on 01629 812732 for full details. Or visit the IAM

website at www.iam.org.uk or www.matlock-iam.webs.com/

12 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 9 miles (grade 3+). SK 291838.

Norfolk Arms (Ringinglow), Ox Stones, Burbage, Houndkirk Road.

(No dogs) 0114 2662 348 or 07518 029 776. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk

12 PEAK WALKING GROUP - Winster area, 8 Miles. Start 10am from

Winster top car park opposite Miners Standard. White Peak map OL

24, SK 238 603. Route: Winster / Birchover / Wensley / Winster. Note

- Dogs to be on lead, please. www.peakwalkinggroup.co.uk. Tel.

07410 982664.

Monday

13 BAKEWELL METHODIST CHURCH COFFEE MORNING Matlock

Street, Bakewell. 10am-12noon. The Charity stall is in aid of

Derbyshire ‘Save-a-Life’.

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COVERING THE PEAK DISTRICT

SITUATIONS VACANT

THE

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requires

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Hard landscaping and garden construction specialists

Commercial and domestic landscapes

We are now recruiting

Full/part-time experienced

LANDSCAPERS & GROUNDWORKERS

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For more information contact Robert Adlington

on 01629 733999 or 07976 264972

Valley Care are Recruiting Kind,

Caring, Considerate people to join

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Various shifts available, good rates of pay

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Experience not essential.

All training provided.

require two full-time

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To work at their Darley Dale and Tideswell depots.

Experience is an advantage but not a necessity.

To apply please contact Richard Spencer

01629 735773

Or email jobs@markovitz.co.uk

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

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For further information, please contact

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or telephone 01629 733518

Grindleford

FRONT OF HOUSE

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Email: hugh.skelton@fdgroup.com

Call 01433 630 321

Car Driver Essential.

If you would like an application form

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We look forward to meeting you!

Trainee Roofer/Labourer

Trainee roofer/labourer required for this busy and fast growing roofing company.

Permanent position available for someone willing to work hard, and learn a trade.

.

Hours 07.00 – 17.00 Monday to Friday.

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Tel: 01629 732988 • Email: sue@ashbrookroofing.co.uk

William Twigg (Matlock) Ltd

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We have a vacancy for an office based team member of

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Youlgreave,

Sterndale Moor

& Curbar

For further information

please contact us on:

01629 812159

or email

enquiries@peak-advertiser.co.uk

DAVID MELLOR CUTLERY

F/T INSPECTION AND

PACKING PERSON

Versatile person to join our small busy team at our

modern factory making our famous cutlery.

Previous experience in inspection, wiping up,

packing and despatching an advantage. Must have a

high level of accuracy and attention to detail. Some

lifting involved.

39 hours per week Monday – Friday.

Apply with CV to:

Kristie Lawton, David Mellor Design Limited,

The Round Building, Hathersage,

Hope Valley, S32 1BA

kristielawton@davidmellordesign.co.uk

SALES ADMINISTRATOR

Long Rake Spar

Youlgrave, Bakewell,

Derbyshire

DE45 1LW

Long Rake Spar, a leading supplier of decorative aggregates within the UK, are

looking to appoint a confident and efficient individual to join their busy sales team.

The successful candidate will need to have a professional telephone manner, coupled

with the ability to price and process orders efficiently.

This role requires excellent customer service skills and someone who has the ability to

process data quickly and accurately. The successful candidate should have gained a

GCSE or equivalent in Maths and English and have good IT skills with a working

knowledge of Microsoft Office. Working within a successful team, the candidate must

have a ‘can do’ attitude, be flexible, work well under pressure and be motivated by

challenges.

If you feel you have the attributes that would suit this role then please forward your

CV and a covering letter to Claire Hanbury at claire@longrakespar.co.uk

For further information about our business please visit our webpage:

www.longrakespar.co.uk

Design Assistant

An exciting opportunity has arisen within our

small, friendly Interior Design practice. We are

looking to appoint an Interior Design Assistant to

work alongside our Interior Designers. The fulltime

position requires someone who is creative,

flexible, forward-thinking and willing to learn. The

candidate must possess strong organisational and

communication skills to successfully work

alongside clients and suppliers. The role involves

creating dynamic schemes and producing detailed

quotations, applicants therefore must exhibit an

eye for colour and confidence with figures.

Understanding of Microsoft Office software is

essential along with excellent written English.

Working hours are 9am-5pm and may involve

working Saturdays within the 5 day working week.

Accounts Administrator

We are looking to appoint a part-time Accounts

Administrator due to relocation. The successful

candidate will be responsible for processing the

purchase ledger, arranging payroll, reconciling

supplier accounts, bank reconciliation, BACS

transfers, updating financial records, recording a

profit and loss log, VAT returns and setting target

expenditures. Previous experience in a similar role

is essential as well as knowledge of Sage, Excel and

Payroll software. Working hours are 9am-5pm 2

days per week.

Please send your CV and covering letter to

p-sales@penroseinteriors.co.uk

Penrose Interiors, Broomes Barns, Pilsley,

Nr Bakewell, DE45 1PF – 01246 58344


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SITUATIONS VACANT

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

We are expanding and looking for an

enthusiastic baker to join our bakehouse team

in Bakewell.

Experience is essential. Early start. Full-time.

Normally 5 days, Fri-Tues. If you’re reliable,

have got the right skills as well as passion for

quality local food, we’d like to talk to you.

Call Esplin on 01629 812044 or email

esplin@bloomersofbakewell.co.uk

www.bloomersofbakewell.co.uk

Recruitment in the Peak

www.peak-jobsolutions.co.uk

Recruiting for:

Finance

Engineering

Commercial

PA & Secretarial

Hospitality

Retail

01629 814222













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.

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, 10 February 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

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

Cook

Lady Manners School

Strive to attain

35 hours per week, 38.2 weeks per

year

Grade 4 £15,407 to £15,845 per

annum pro rata

8.00am to 3.30pm Monday to Friday

This key role involves preparing and

baking cakes, biscuits and puddings

and working as part of a team during

service times.

Closing date: 19 February 2017

For further details and to apply

web: www.ladymanners.net/vacancies

email: jobs@ladymanners.derbyshire.sch.uk

phone: 01629 812671

Hope Valley College

Nurture – Enrich – Achieve

We are seeking to appoint a suitably qualified person

for the post as below.

Teaching Assistant

NJC Pts 19 – 23, £18560 - £21057 per annum

(FTE £15626.50 - £17728.84 per annum)

Teaching Assistant to support the behaviour, learning and

well-being of students in the College. The successful

candidates will be required to work with students with a

range of needs, and across all age groups.

A clean driving licence is essential for this post

For further information please contact the College on

01433 620555

or e-mail jward@hopevalley.derbyshire.sch.uk

Further details can be downloaded from the College website

at www.hvcollege.com where online application forms are

available. Please note we don’t accept applications via CV,

only through our application form.

Closing date: 5pm – Thursday 9 February 2017

Hope Valley College is committed to safeguarding and

promoting the welfare of children and young people and

expects all staff and volunteers to share this

CLERK/RESPONSIBLE FINANCIAL OFFICER

STONEY MIDDLETON PARISH COUNCIL

A vacancy has arisen at Stoney Middleton Parish

Council for a Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer.

The successful applicant will need to be computer

literate, have strong administrative and

bookkeeping skills and ideally possess a working

knowledge of local government law and

procedures. A computer and printer will be

provided.

Hours will be 20 per month, and will be paid in

accordance with the NALC LC2 scale, starting at

£12.041 per hour. The successful applicant will be

expected to work from home for which an

allowance is given.

The Council meet on the first Monday evening of

every month at which the Clerk’s attendance will be

essential.

Applicants will be required to undertake relevant

DALC training, if they have not already done so.

To apply, send your CV and supporting letter to:

Barry Nottage, Stoney Middleton Parish Council,

The Old Oak, Royal Oak Mews, The Dale, Stoney

Middleton, HOPE VALLEY S32 4TE or

clerk@stoneymiddletonparishcouncil.org.uk

Closing date 24th February 2017.

Clean Sheet

Laundry

Has a vacancy for a

Laundry

Assistant

16+ hrs per week

working on

roller iron machines

01629 813311

Recruitment System Administrator

- Bakewell

Salary: £17,730 (rising to £18,279 on completion of probation)

Wondering why you keep on seeing our adverts?

It's because we're the fastest growing company in the area and now

have more than 50 staff based in Bakewell supporting our NHS clients

across the UK.

The combination of this ongoing growth, and promotion of existing

staff, means that once again we're looking for more people to join

our recruitment support teams.

Please note that we are NOT a recruitment agency and all

applications must be submitted using our online application system.

To find out more about the company, the role and to apply please

go to: www.healthjobsuk.com/tracjobs

HOURS: Full Time, Monday – Friday, 37.5 hours per week

CLOSING DATE: Sunday, 5th February 2017

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

PLEASE NOTE: Interviews will be held on Thursday, 9th February 2017

:

:

Choose something better.

Choose Derbyshire.

Care Worker (Part Time)

DCC/17/3369

Grade 5 £8.28 - £8.75 per hour

24 hours per week

Gernon Manor Home for Older People,

Bakewell

We’re recruiting care workers to help our

residents in Gernon Manor Home for Older

People in Bakewell lead dignified lives. If you

think you can make a positive difference to an

older person’s life and would like a rewarding

job with room for progression, we want to hear

from you. Working as part of a valued care

team, your job will be to ensure our residents

stay happy, healthy and well by helping them

with a variety of everyday tasks including

assisting with medication, getting ready, eating

and socialising. We have several vacancies

available and no qualifications are necessary

as we’ll give you all the training and

equipment you need. The successful

candidates will be working a three-shift

pattern covering a mixture of early, late and

night shifts as well as some weekends and

Bank Holidays.

Application packs for all vacancies are

available online at

www.derbyshire.gov.uk/jobs or from

Call Derbyshire on 01629 533190

Closing date: 5 February 2017

We are an equal opportunities employer welcoming

applications from everyone.

For all Derbyshire County Council vacancies see

www.derbyshire.gov.uk

or visit your local library or Job Centre


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SITUATIONS VACANT

FULL OR PART-TIME

SALES ASSISTANTS

required to work in busy village shop

Telephone Nick or Cheryl

on 07753 435631

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

Elliott & Wragg Ltd

Tideswell

Require

FULL-TIME QUALIFIED

WELDERS & PLATERS

The work will be mainly based around sites

in North Derbyshire and South Yorkshire.

Please call our office on 01298 871582

for an informal chat or email us at

sales@elliottandwragg.com

COOK /BAKER

REQUIRED FOR

The Garden Room Café

at Calver Garden Centre

Full-time / part-time position available

Hours negotiable • No evening work

Contact Andrew on 07786 081071

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 Tuesday 7th February to;

Headmaster, S. Anselm’s School, Bakewell,

Derbyshire, DE45 1DP

dsf

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

The Chequers Inn

Froggatt Edge

AA Rosette • Michelin Pub Guide

Casual Waiting-on staff

Midweek / weekend breakfast and lunch

shifts available. Guaranteed 15 hours per

week. No experience required as full training

given. Good communication skills and ability to

work well within a small team is an advantage.

Good rates of pay and tips

Call/ Email Joanne Tindall

info@chequers-froggatt.com

01433 630231

GARDENER/WOODLAND

MAINTENANCE

Based in Hathersage, we require a part‐time (3 days

per week – flexible) Gardener to assist in maintaining

woodlands and gardens for a residential property.

The role is to work alongside our Head Gardener to

assist in tasks as required. There will be a reasonable

amount of physical work including lifting and moving

wood. Some experience is required but above all a

“can do attitude” is what we are looking for.

Good Rates of pay are available for the right candidate.

Please write to:

Box No. SVG3001 c/o Peak Advertiser, 1st Floor Offices,

Orme Court, Granby Road, Bakewell DE45 1ES

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

DSF Refractories & Minerals Ltd is an internationally recognised high

quality refractories supplier and a high quality processed minerals

supplier. The Company has been established for 124 years. Our site is

situated in the rural countryside approximately 10 miles South of Buxton

on the A515 towards Ashbourne.

PRODUCTION OPERATIVES – Immediate start available

THE ROLE

COLEMANS DELI

FULL/PART-TIME JOB AVAILABLE

IN A VERY LIVELY AND FRIENDLY DELI

IN THE HEART OF HATHERSAGE.

Duties include serving in the deli and making

coffees. Catering experience is preferable and

Barista training will be provided. Will include

weekend work with flexibility to suit applicants.

For further details please call Jim or

Chris at the deli on 01433 650505

Or please email your CV to

lil@colemansdeli.com

THE PERSON

WAREHOUSE PERSON

45 hours/wk

Core hours on a 3 week rota:

Sun - Fri 12.30pm - 8pm x 2

and Sun - Thu 12:00 - 9:00pm x 1

Order Picking/Warehouse/Forklift

Experience an advantage but not essential

PLEASE SEND CV TO

enquiries@john-palin.co.uk

OR RING FOR APPLICATION FORM ON

TEL: 01629 592411

SITUATIONS

VACANT

WINSTER COTTAGE

CHANGEOVER Flexi hours.

01629 650342.

PART-TIME HOUSEKEEPER

REQUIRED Rural location,

Longcliffe area. General

cleaning and gardening

services required. Part-time,

10 hours weekly. Additional

paid weekday and weekend

pet/house sitting duties as

and when needed. Must have

own transport. 07860 790891.

SITUATIONS

WANTED

PART-TIME HOUSEKEEPER

looking for a job in Bakewell,

Matlock areas. Please contact

07999 077947.

PERSONAL

IS YOUR DRINKING A

PROBLEM? Need help?

Friendship? Support? If so,

find out more about our

Derbyshire Dales Support

Group (North Derbyshire

Alcohol Advice Service). Tel.

01246 206514 for details.

Help-line every Tuesday

evening between 6pm and

8pm and 01246 206514 or

204344.

FOOT CLINIC

NOW OPEN Bakewell Town

Hall, Bath Street. Call Susan

Kearns Dip CFHP MPS Pract.

07527 476548 for

appointment. Home visits

available.

FOOT

HEALTH

PROFESSIONAL

Home visiting practice. Call

Kate Nixon MCFHP MAFHP

07724 660428. Fully insured.

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.

HAIR AND BEAUTY

VICTORIA

HUTCHINSON

Mobile Hairdresser

Fully qualified

All hair types,

cuts, colours and

blowdrys

07920423790

To Advertise

your

VACANCY

Please call us on 01629 812159

or email:

enquiries@peak-advertiser.co.uk

ANNOUNCEMENT

OKER ESTATE

ASSOCIATION

ANNUAL

GENERAL

MEETING

Wednesday

1st March 2017

7.30pm

at

The Whitworth Centre

in the Old Library

WANTED

MATLOCK & DISTRICT MENCAP

SOCIETY will collect bric-a-brac

and jumble. Good furniture also

wanted. Enquiries ring Jackie

07831 316582.

WANTED

OLD CASES

of stuffed birds or

animals, stags head.

Must be old. Also old

travelling trunk.

CASH PAID

01773 540730

RECORDS

WANTED

CASH PAID

GOOD CONDITION ONLY

ALSO...

CLASSICAL

LP RECORDS

WANTED

1950 S TO 1960 S

Tel: 01246 850442

WILL COLLECT

JOB

opportunity

Hair-stylist

required TEL: Bakewell 01629 810511

www.bridgestreethairboutique.co.uk

FOUND

Copy deadline:

Wednesday 1st February

FOLDING MOBILITY SCOOTER

KEY found outside Bakewell

Carpets, near bus stop/A6.

07900 360755.

MODEL

RAILWAYS

WANTED

ANY MAKE, SCALE,

AGE OR CONDITION

01629 356018

ANVIL WANTED 07971 200143.

WANTED FLY FISHING

EQUIPMENT for starter.

Realistic prices please. 07886

004254.

WANTED

TEAK

Furniture from the

50s, 60s and 70s

Long sideboards etc.

Also old dolly tub

CASH PAID

TEL: 07885 327753

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

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

SIGN MAKING

IN MEMORIAM

Congratulations on passing

your driving test first time to

Sam Kinder,

Matthew Pearson,

Natalie Mellor,

Ben Thomas

and James Hawtin

Best wishes from

TOP GEAR SCHOOL

OF MOTORING

07773 288 636

WEDDINGS

Guitar Lessons

£10 per 1/2 hour

For fun or to

achieve exams

call Lisa

01629 593643

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

Mavis Pedley 29.1.17

Remembered on your 85th birthday. All the

happy and special times we shared over our 29

years together, never to be forgotten. One brave

lady. So sad to feel out of it at the end. Steve

CONGRATULATIONS

MUSIC TUITION

FREE TRIAL PIANO LESSON

offered by Concert Pianist.

Details www.pianoartist .co.uk

or tel. 01629 581475.

Heirlooms Ever After

Jayley Faux Fur Shawls, Wraps, Gilets and more, Peach Accessories, Disney

Couture Jewellery, Pia Rossini Cruise Wear and much more! Award winning

bespoke bridal hair accessories and fascinators, embroidered garters, cloche

hats, leather gloves and new items being added each week.

Our little boutique in Granby Arcade, Bakewell may be small but it’s a hidden

gem full of the finest ladies’ accessories.

Open Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday 1pm-4pm.

Tel: 01629 732745 / Mob: 07800 895382

• Producing high quality refractory products.

• Quality control checks.

• Counterbalance Fork Lift Truck driving.

• Multi-skilling.

• Various shift patterns, including nights.

• Reliable and motivated.

• Team Player.

• Flexible.

• Fork Lift Truck Licence would be an advantage.

• Able to carry out manual work.

• Health and safety passport or similar - desirable.

If you feel one of these exciting opportunities is for you please contact

Janette / Diane on 01629 630115 or email: jflower@dsf.co.uk

Visit our website: www.dsf.co.uk to download an application form

DSF Refractories & Minerals Ltd, Friden, Newhaven, Nr Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 0DX

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

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


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CLASSIFIEDS...

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

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.

HELEN’S

PET SERVICES

Mobile Microchipping

Home from Home

Doggy Day Care

or Overnight Boarding

Fully Insured

01629 815081

07786 844849

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

RECORD CLEANING

Record Cleaning

& Digitising

VINYL

SALES

07791 898820

clearsoundvinyl.weebly.com

LIVESTOCK

BERKSHIRE X

WEANERS

FOR SALE

T: 07971 082379

ANGEL WINGS ANIMAL

RESCUE is always looking for

permanent, caring homes for

c a t s

www.angelwingsanimalrescue.c

o.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.or

g.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.

We can offer dog boarding for

your dog in our home which is

spacious and secure.

We are fully insured and

licensed. Please see our

website for more details.

www.highpeakdogboarding.co.uk

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

ARRASLEA CATTERY

LUXURY INDOOR CATTERY

Blacksmiths Barn,

Higg Lane, Alderwasley

DE56 2RB

Fully licensed

Lance and Corinne Rose

T: 07980 555708

E: cats@arrasleacattery.com


DOG GROOMING

Pamper your pooch

Bathing, grooming & Clipping

Microchipping

service available

Fully qualified & insured

01629 55534

now on the web: gwav.co.uk

TELEPHONE, INTERNET & TV

FRAMING

SUE’S MOBILE DOG

GROOMING AND

MICROCHIPPING

SERVICES

IN THE COMFORT OF

YOUR OWN HOME

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07840 345526

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Curate Room

Framing

CRESSBROOK, DERBYSHIRE SK17 8ST

Bespoke framing service for all

framing requirements

Please contact Philip on

01298 872317 or 07729 514663

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.

COAL & LOGS

SEASONED HARDWOOD, SOFTWOOD

AND OFFCUTS AVAILABLE

COAL - ALL GRADES

01629 732122 or 07950 495727

LOGS – 1.5 tons £75

See website for details

www.barrowhilllogs.co.uk

T: 07880 741884

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

AERIALS

www.sastv.co.uk

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

• Telephone Points • CCTV supplied and fitted

COMPUTERS

Hardwood Logs Ltd

Naturally seasoned and kiln-dried

hardwood logs available for

collection or delivery

Wholesale enquiries welcome

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

01629 534475

sales@hardwoodlogsltd.co.uk www.hardwoodlogsltd.co.uk

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

NO

VAT

01629 312196 • 07500 081942

43 Chatsworth Road, Rowsley, Matlock

One of only two local aerial companies in Matlock

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

DRY STONE WALLING

QUALITY WALLING SERVICES

Specialist in drystone walling

and all other types of wall

builds/repairs. 07824 367065.

www.qualitywalling.co.uk

Buy 10

KILN DRIED NETS

GET 2 FREE

(Collection only)

GARDENING

HEDGES, TREES AND SHRUBS

cut, lowered and removed. Grass

cuts. 07767 492645.

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.

Peak Advertiser 30th January 2017 – Page 37

CLEANING SERVICES

streetwindowcleaning.co.uk

Window cleaning

Power washing

Gutter work

Building repairs

Call Mark on

01629 640540 /

07971 894476

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

CARPET and UPHOLSTERY

30 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE

FULL INSURANCE ON ALL WORK

FREE QUOTATIONS

Fully

insured

ASSOCIATE MEMBER 3135

PAUL’S CLEANING SERVICES

01629 55071 or 07973 671 386

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.

CONCRETE PANELS

CONCRETE PANELS supply and

fitting service or supply only. For

silage pits, retaining walls etc

07966 210181, 01298 687465.

PAINTWOOD

KITCHENS

I HAND PAINT NEWLY

INSTALLED OR OLD, TIRED

AND 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!!! Are you

thinking about new doors on

your kitchen, why not have them

hand painted, usually 50% less

than new ones and to blend with

your existing kitchen. Phone

Chris @ Paintwood on 07984

0 7 0 6 1 7 .

inspire@cmbakerltd.com

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.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY TO LET

REMOVALS

M&W

REMOVALS

( Matlock )

LOCAL AND NATIONWIDE

Tel: 07837 116449

07933 006789

www.mandwremovals.co.uk

SERVICES

RECLAIMED MAPLE STRIP

FLOORING fixing service

available. 07743 699058.

Old clocks

repaired and

restored at

reasonable

prices

ClockWise

01629

8 23751

RECLAIMED OAK STRIP

FLOORING fixing service

available. 07743 699058.

WOOD FLOORS sanding and

sealing. 07743 699058.

New & Reclaimed

OAK

FLOORING

FIXING & SANDING

07743 699058

CURTAIN MAKING

ROMAN BLINDS, CURTAINS

Cushions and more. Please call

01433 623225.

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.

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

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


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STORAGE

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

PROPERTY FOR SALE

HOUSE FOR SALE –

GREAT LONGSTONE

Four/Five bed detached house with double

garage and conservatory and boarded out loft

ready for conversion.

Lounge, Dining Room, large Kitchen and family

room/snug. Four double bedrooms and

study/fifth bedroom

OIRO £580,000

Contact prd@chubblaw.co.uk

or 01629 581252 during office hours.

PROPERTY TO LET

HOUSE TO LET 2 BEDS

Sherwood Road, Tideswell from

1st February. 07977 900787.

MATLOCK near County Hall. GF

studio flat, part-furnished.

Kitchenette and shower room.

£295 pcm plus band. 07989

091672.

CROMFORD 3 bedroomed

bungalow. Private location.

Stunning views. £575 pcm.

07891 247869.

2 BEDROOM VICTORIAN

COTTAGE to let, walking

distance Matlock town centre.

£525 pcm. 01629 593676.

Central

Matlock

2 BED FLAT

Pleasant, sunny

spacious flat.

No smokers, pets or

DHSS. Bond required.

£550 PCM

01629 582917

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

BUNGALOW

EXCHANGE

BUNGALOW

EXCHANGE

I want to exchange my one

bedroom council bungalow in

Eyam, Derbyshire.

G/CH and D/G.

For more information

telephone 07749 310604

MOBILE HOMES TO LET

AT £90 PER WEEK

On quiet site in Stoney Middleton

Minimum 6 month tenancy • Adults only

Must have references • No pets

£90 per week

Please contact Tony on 07714 749 778

ROWSLEY

Near Bakewell

Beautiful, ground floor, large 1 bedroom

apartment, secluded location, stunning

views, private parking, fully furnished

£695 per month inc. all bills

T: 07986 000 000 (real number) or 07912 548093

1 month in advance + £500 bond

Viewing available now. Accommodation available end of February

E&R

Country Lettings

Your Local

Letting Agent

TIDESWELL – 2/3 bed cottage, lounge, dining /

kitchen, rear shared yard, pet considered £625pcm

BRADWELL – 2 bed cottage, quiet village location,

pet considered £550pcm – AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY

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

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.

NOTICES

DERBYSHIRE DALES DISTRICT COUNCIL

Town and Country Planning Act 1990

Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990

Notice is hereby given that applications have been made to

Derbyshire Dales District Council for planning permission/listed

building consent in the fortnight commencing 09th January 2017

as follows:

16/00949/FUL – Extension to provide HGV maintenance

workshop – Matlock Transport, Northwood Lane, Darley Dale (F)

16/00923/OUT – Development of 586 dwellings, incorporating 78

affordable units, 2800m2 commercial floorspace (Class B1), shop

and café, with associated vehicle, cycle and pedestrian

infrastructure (outline) – Cawdor Quarry, Permanite Works And

Part Of Snitterton Fields, Matlock Spa Road, Matlock (S)(F)(D)

17/00025/REM – Residential development – reserved matters

application for the erection of 86 dwellings and associated works

(Outline permission 14/00089/OUT) – Land at Asker Lane,

Matlock (F)

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.

LICENSING ACT 2003

NOTICE OF APPLICATION

FOR A PREMISES LICENCE

Name of applicant: Lesley Karen Taylor

Address of premises: The Lavender Tea Rooms, Unit

6 Hebden Court, Matlock Street, Bakewell. Post Code:

DE45 1EE

It is proposed to licence the above premises under

the Licensing Act 2003 to permit:

The sale of alcohol for consumption on the premises

between the hours of: 10:00 to 17:00 Monday to

Sunday.

The full application can be inspected during office

hours (9am-5pm) by contacting the Licensing Team

at address below, or by email:

licensing@derbyshiredales.gov.uk or telephone

(01629) 761313 OR www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk/

services-business/licensing/public-register

Representations can be made IN WRITING

between:

Date: 17th January 2017 and 13th February 2017

(emailed representations must contain full name

and address of person making representation)

To: Licensing Manager, Regulatory Services,

Derbyshire Dales District Council, Town Hall,

Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3NN. (Telephone: 01629

761374)

It is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make a false

statement in connection with an application which

carries a maximum fine of £5,000 on summary

conviction.

PEAK DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY

PLANNING ADVERTS - TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990

Peak District National Park Authority, has received applications for

Planning Permission/ Listed Building Consent/ Conservation Area

Consent listed in the schedule below.

Copies of the application(s) and plans are open for inspection by all

interested persons during office hours for the next 21 days. The

application form, plans and drawings and site location plan may also

be viewed on the Planning pages of the website at

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/HPK/0117/0016

Reason For Advert: This site lies within Bamford Conservation Area

Proposal: Single storey rear extension.

Location: 6 Marsden Row, Ashopton Road, Bamford

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

Application Number: NP/HPK/1216/1257

Reason For Advert: This site lies within Peak Forest and Old Dam

Conservation Area

Proposal: 1. Form 1m x 1m hole in 1st floor side elevation and fit d/g

window. 2. Form new access 3m wide driveway access and dropkerb.

Location: 24 Hernstone Lane, Peak Forest

Application Number: NP/DDD/0117/0018

Reason For Advert: This site lies within Tideswell Conservation Area

Proposal: Take down existing lean to extension. Build new living room

extension including verandah and covered way to entrance door.

Location: Garlick Cottage, Sherwood Road, Tideswell

Application Number: NP/DDD/1216/1286

Reason For Advert: This site lies within Monyash Conservation Area

Proposal: Two storey rear extension

Location: 2 The Square, Monyash

Application Number: NP/DDD/1016/0978

Reason For Advert: This site lies within Over Haddon Conservation

Area

Proposal: Proposed erection of domestic garage..

Location: Hallyard House, Bakewell Road, Over Haddon

Application Number: NP/DDD/0117/0019

Reason For Advert: This building is listed as being of architectural

interest and lies within Bakewell Conservation Area

Proposal: Listed Building consent - Removal of existing chipboard twin

external doors to South East Elevation and the provision of

replacement doors in oak. The removal of the existing concrete sill to

the doors with a new stone sill.

Location: Bakewell Tourist Information Centre, Old Market Hall, Bridge

Street, Bakewell

Application Number: NP/DDD/0117/0022

Reason For Advert: This building is listed as being of architectural

interest and lies within Beeley Conservation Area

Proposal: Kitchen reconfiguration and extension of dining facilities

Location: Dukes Barn, School Lane, Beeley

CALVER PARISH COUNCIL

Public Footpaths Maintenance Contract

Tenders are invited from suitably qualified persons for the

maintenance of public footpaths within the parish of Calver

The parish of Calver includes within its boundary some 26 public

footpaths totalling approximately 15 miles. The parish council has

a responsibility to maintain these Rights of Way in good condition

and fit for purpose. Such maintenance involves the cutting back

of encroaching undergrowth, trimming overhanging branches

and ensuring that access points such as stiles, gates are kept in

a good and safe condition.

It is anticipated that approximately the contract could be for up

to 45 hours in any year, mostly during the summer months. You

are invited to submit details of your hourly rate for undertaking

work of this nature.

Provision and maintenance and safe operation of any necessary

equipment shall be the responsibility of the contractor.

A monthly timesheet describing any work carried out and the time

taken shall be completed and this record submitted to the parish

clerk with a copy to the parish council footpaths liaison officer

whose responsibilities include communicating to the contractor

any problems identified by the general public.

A contract between the parish council and the contractor shall

be terminable by either party at 2 months notice.

Individuals interested in undertaking these works, should submit

a quotation to Simon Oldham, Clerk to Calver Parish Council, 20

Daleview Road, Sheffield, S8 0EJ or by e-mail

calverpc@gmail.com, no later than 28th February, 2017. You

must have adequate Public Liability Insurance and provide

appropriate evidence with your submission. If you require further

information please contact the Clerk by e-mail or telephone

07791 453361.

DERBYSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

NOTICE OF CONFIRMATION OF MODIFICATION ORDER

DEFINITIVE MAP AND STATEMENT FOR THE

COUNTY OF DERBYSHIRE

THE DERBYSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (BRIDLEWAY ALONG

THE NON-CLASSIFIED HIGHWAY KNOWN AS BRUSHFIELD

LANE – PARISHES OF BRUSHFIELD AND LITTLE

LONGSTONE) MODIFICATION ORDER 2014

On 21 December 2016 the Secretary of State for the

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs confirmed (with

modifications) the above named Order.

The effect of the Order, as confirmed is to modify the Definitive

Map and Statement for the County of Derbyshire by adding to

them a Bridleway along the non-classified highway known as

Brushfield Lane in the Parishes of Brushfield and Little

Longstone.

A copy of the confirmed Order and the map may be seen free

of charge at County Hall, Matlock during normal office hours

where copies may be bought at the price of £1.00 or at Tideswell

Post Office, Tideswell Stores, 1 Commercial Road, Tideswell,

Buxton, SK17 8NU between the hours of 07:00 to 20:00 Monday

to Friday 07:00 to 19:30 Saturday and 07:30 to 15:00 Sunday.

The order comes into force on 21 December 2016, but if any

person aggrieved by the order wants to question its validity, or

that of any provision contained in it on the ground that it is not

within the powers of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981, or

on the ground that any requirement of the Act, or any regulation

made under the Act has not been complied with in relation to

the Order, he or she may, under Schedule 15 paragraph 12 of

the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981, within 6 weeks from the

date of publication of this notice make an application to the High

Court.

Dated 30th January 2017

John McElvaney, Director of Legal Services

County Hall, Matlock

Derbyshire DE4 3AG

CLASSIFIEDS...

FOR SALE

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

TENDERS

GARDENING CONTRACT AVAILABLE

FOR TENDER IN TIDESWELL

Please contact Hannah Owen, Parish Clerk

for more information.

clerk@tideswellparishcouncil.co.uk

Tel: 07738 076902

BOSCH CERAMIC HOB 4

rings, black, as new £60;

Hotpoint double oven and

grill, black glass doors, as

new £100; Miele dishwasher

£50. 07776 231124 Little

Longstone.

BEAUTIFUL PARQUET

TOPPED FRENCH STYLE

DINING TABLE cream legs,

seats 6, extends to 10,

photos available £200;

Single mattress £5; Double

mattress £10; Out & About

newborn buggy insert £15;

Maxicosi car seat and

EasyBase2, great cond. £50.

07773 014526 Bakewell.

WARDROBES bank of

modern wardrobes made up

of one double and one

single, latter is fitted with

removable shelves, exc.

cond. £75. 01629 312945.

ROYAL DOULTON

PASTORALE china teapot,

milk jug, sugar bowl, 12

cups and saucers, 6 side

and 6 large plates, butter

dish £45. 07804 876112.

MOTORBIKE SKINTAN

LEATHERS Akito, approved

protectors fitted, size XXL

£75. 01298 85177.

AGA 2 DOOR OVEN green,

oil fired, GWO. 07989

360713.

BERGERE 3 PCE SUITE very

pretty, good cond. but could

do with some veneer work

£150. 01629 636509.

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

MOBILITY SCOOTER

Invacare Comet scooter,

only used a few times,

18mths manufacturer’s

warranty, sale because of

bereavement, cost £1,500

new, offers around £1,000

accepted; Reclining bed, 5’

dual reclining bed with

memory foam mattresses,

used only a few times, as

new, sale because of

bereavement, cost nearly

£4,000 new, accept offers

around £2,000. 07788

200270 Bakewell.

MONT BLANC ROOF BARS

for 4 door car, bought for

Meriva but will adjust to

several makes, 120cm long

with security keys £25.

01629 760294.

SOLID OAK KITCHEN FROM

MAGNET entire units, resin

sink, tap, cooker hood, work

surface if useful, nothing

wrong, only selling due to

remodelling, cost £4.5k

new, would suit a small /

modest kitchen, viewing

welcome, ready for

collection in the next 6

weeks, sensible offers

please. 01629 636114.

MAN AND VAN

For removals/deliveries

etc, excellent rates,

free quotes, over 15

years’ experience

Call Mick on

07964 447054

OAK TELEPHONE TABLE

exc. cond. £45. 07804

876112.

BROTHER DCP J140W ALL

IN ONE WIRELESS INKJET

PRINTER 1.5yrs old, good

working cond., spare ink

cartridges £20, 01629

820187.

4 ALLOY WHEELS with

Marangoni 185/65 R15 88T

Winter tyres, to fit Hyundai

I30, best offer over £220,

used 4 times, max. 1,500

miles per year. 07592

808019.

The Tip Man

All/anything

picked up

Single or bulk

Home or garden

For a friendly service ~

Mike 07561 868506

GUINEA PIG RABBIT

HUTCH and run £30; 2

wooden ladders, extending,

18’ approx. £5 each. 01629

732769.

2 VREDESTEIN SNOWTRAC

3 TYRES 195 x 55 x 15, 7mm

tread fitted on Ford 15” rims

£100ono. 01433 631093.

WOMENS WALKING BOOTS

Regatta Lady Alpha Pro-

VTX, size 7 in iron (charcoal

blue), Vibram sole, only

worn a couple of times, but

aggravate a longstanding

Achilles injury, VGC, the

most technical boot in the

Regatta range of

performance walking boots

£35. 01629 824532.

CABINET FOR TV OR MUSIC

mainly solid oak, painted

duck egg / peacock blue, H

27”, W 43”, D24”, 2

removable toughened glass

shelves and 2 side

cupboards for DVD / CD

storage, very pretty in exc.

cond., heavy £50, available

for collection from

Hathersage only, photos by

email. 07792 637045.

PLAYSTATION 3 320gb,

charcoal black, exc. working

cond., hardly used, 2

controllers, 2 games,

Destiny and Need For Speed

Hot Pursuit £50, other

games available to buy,

please ask for details. 07936

696485 Baslow area.

TETRAD SOFAS Alicia, fire

resistant, good cond., 1 sofa

bed, black £250; 1 grand

sofa, red £250; 1 midi sofa,

green £200, downsizing.

01629 640331.

MAHOGANY CURVED /

OCTAGONAL SHAPE

OCCASIONAL TABLE gold

inlay edging and decorative

inlay to central piece of

table, W 60cm, H 72cm,

matching inlaid curved

piece at base / underneath

of central piece, W 17cm,

curved legs with inlay and

small castors from around

1930s £30; Scooby Doo, soft

toy, H 40cm x W 25cm £5;

B’twin kiddy one cycle

helmet, 52-56cm, pink, used

once, exc. cond. £3; 2 x Next

cream satin cushions and

cushion pads, with bow tied

on front £5 for pair;

Beautiful M&S Black 3/4

length wool coat, age

12/13yrs, never worn £9.

01629 813011.

TURBO TRAINER Tacx Blue

Motion, magnetic resistance

with handlebar mounted

adjuster, stable, light and

compact enough to store.

£30. 01629 584398.

HOUSE

CLEARANCE

Garages/sheds

also tools/pottery/

silver and gold ~

anything

considered

07967 202357

MOVING HOUSE?

We do removals, too!

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CARAVANS

STERLING AMBER 2 berth. 2002.

L shaped lounge. End

bathroom/shower. Blow air

heating. Heiki roof light. Ex. cond.

£2,995. 07940 572532. Wirksworth.

MOTORS

MITSUBISHI PAJERO

SHOGUN L200 WANTED dead

or alive. Best cash prices

paid. Call Steve 07792 305114.

FIAT PUNTO 1400 Sporting

yellow. 81,000 miles. March

2005. MoT. Good runner. £650

ono. 01629 583862.

RED VAUXHALL CORSA SXi

SPORT 1.4 2006, petrol, 3

door, 1 year MoT. Very

reliable, well maintained,

lovely car. £1,500. 07854

594032.

FOR SALE

MORRIS MINOR

4 door, green, 1968

MoT till 8.10.17. Many new parts fitted,

may p/x classic bike or parts.

Library picture

£2,500 ono – 01629 734155

AUTO ENGINEERS

MOTORCYCLES

WANTED

WANTED MOTORCYCLES

Anything considered. £50-£10,000.

Cash on collection. Please phone

Tony on 01629 823276/07768

906162.

IDEAL STANDARD 600MM

PEDESTAL WASHBASIN

close coupled WC and

cistern, wall mounted soap

dish and Arbonia 1200mm x

600mm towelling radiator,

all in Indian ivory, exc. cond.

£75ono. 01629 56803.

RADIATOR CH twin

convector, 1100 x 600, exc.

cond. £20. 01433 621427.

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

DG BRADSHAW

MOT CENTRE

MOT Tests

ONLY £40

Re-tests

are FREE

FIAT DUCATO

2009 SWB

Stunning condition, 51,000

miles, FSH, 2 owners

owned over 5 years.

Test August, genuine

reason for sale.

£4,750 – 07710 985855

DAIHATSU FOURTRAK

2.8TDX 1999 T REG

in green 82,000 miles,

Full 12 months MoT,

VGC, 7 seater.

These engines are bomb proof,

starts first time, no leaks and will

Library picture

tow 3.5tons,

£1550 ono – 07597 322684

Library

picture

TRANSIT CONNECT

90 TREND

2010 LWB, high roof,

immaculate condition.

Tested June,

134,000 miles, FSH,

new tyres/timing belt

£3,700 ono – 07891 408667

CARS, MOTORBIKES

AND CLASS 7s

TESTED

As we only do MoTs you can be assured of a

truthful and unbiased assessment of your vehicle

because we have nothing to gain by

recommending unnecessary repairs.

DG BRADSHAW

HYDRAULIC

HOSES

Quality Hose Assemblies

Manufactured to

Customer Requirements

Sited at Staden Lane, Buxton SK17 9RZ

1st left 200 yards past Focus/B&Q

on Staden Lane

Telephone 01298 74810

BEATRIX POTTER THE

COMPLETE TALES beautiful

book in one volume in

presentation box, brand new

£20; Swingball set, never

used £15; Toni Goffe Ewe &

Me sheep ornaments,

boxed, brand new £8 each;

Brand new tyre on rim to fit

Toyota Avensis, Michelin

195/60R 15 £20; Telescope

for star gazing 262.5 power,

suit amateur £10. 01433

659209.

PAIR OF SNOW TYRES

Kenda Radial Polar Trax,

185 / 60 R15, hardly used

£40 the pair. 01298 73113.

KARMA WHEELCHAIR 4

small wheels, dual brakes

max 18st, VGC £45. 01433

630186.

V35 LAWN KING PETROL

MOWER 150cc £45; Dolmar

LT250 petrol grass trimmer

£40; Wrought iron baskets

and troughs, 2 hanging

baskets 15” / 38cm, dia. £10

each; 3 wall baskets 22.5” /

57cm W £15 each; 2 wall

baskets 80cm / 31.5” W £20

each; 8 wall troughs 90cm /

35.5” W £20 each. 01298

872003.

WHITE

IKEA

BOOKSHELVES VGC 200cm

H x 80cm W x 28cm D £10,

needs collecting. 01629

734948, please leave

message if out. 01629

734948.

FREE UPRIGHT ORNATE

PIANO no longer have the

room, real shame for it to go

to the tip. 01629 640012.

TRADITIONAL STYLE

RADIATORS heavy, castiron,

recently reclaimed

from domestic heating

system, various sizes, prices

from £35 to £60, feet and

wall brackets also available.

01629 822732 Cromford.

YAMAHA SMART MEDIA

ENTERTAINMENT STATION

exc. cond. £200ono. 01298

26428.

SILENTNIGHT MEMORY

SINGLE MATTRESS

part of the Knightly 2800

collection, no turn mattress

with 2800 springs, firm feel

with foam layer mattress

with damask cover in micro

quilt finish, used for only 1

week, perfect cond.

purchase price £698.99.

bargain price £295; Oral

Fresh ProJet teeth cleaning

water jet plaque removing

brush, unwanted gift, Argos

price £39.99, bargain price

£20. 01629 734292.

2 SEATER LAZYBOY

MANUAL RECLINER with

bluetooth speaker, iPod

dock, audio jack and sound

control, grey fabric £80ono.

07873 570329.

OFFICE DESK wooden £20;

2 filing cabinets, 4 drawers

£25 each. 07923 311550

Darley Dale.

DOUBLE PUSHCHAIR My

Child Sienta duo £30; Fisher

Price infant to toddler

rocker chair £10; Teddy bear

cot mobile, beige, new in box

£5; Tomy digital baby

monitor, as new, boxed £5;

Bride’s tiara, veil and shawl

£10. 01298 872081.

PROFESSIONAL

STAINLESS STEEL

PREPARATION TABLES x2

20” x 30” x 31” £20 each,

VGC. 01433 630973.

FIREPLACE wooden with

slate effect hearth, could be

free standing, fitted with

electric fire (not PAT tested),

1.2 metres wide. £10. 07788

614653.

SONY BRAVIA 32 INCH TV

exc. cond. £40. 01298 23125.

2700 LITRE GREEN

PLASTIC OIL TANK with

valve, ready to go £220; Early

19th-C, mahogany chest of

drawers, 2 over 3, 21” W x

45” L x 47” H, split for ease

of transport, offers around

£250; Single bed frame,

black iron effect, £60; Pair of

Hankook Dynapro tyres, 255

/ 65R 17, 8mm tread £85; BT

Synergy 5 handset, VGC £25;

Beautiful high quality, 2 off,

ceiling pendant lights, each

with 5 marbled glass shades

£25 each. 01298 26122.

SET OF 4 HANKOOK TYRES

225 / 45 R17 91 V 2, 5mm

tread, suit non-drive wheels,

1 with 6mm tread and 1 with

7mm tread, suit drive

wheels, all for £80.

01629650496.

BOOKCASE WITH WOODEN

FRAMED GLASS DOORS

and stunning details to the

front, 160” H, 35” W and

13.5” D, stunning gothic

style wooden bookcase with

doors, 51” at highest point,

47” W and 11.5” D £50 each;

Vintage wooden dolls cot £5;

Cream single padded

headboard £5, collection

from Bakewell 07957

820046.

POULTRY HOUSE 6-8 birds,

brand new, on legs, internal

nest boxes £240. 01629

823728.

BRAND NEW SINGLE

CONVECTOR RADIATOR

removed from packaging,

hung on the wall but never

used as wrong size bought,

W 70cm, H 60cm, paid £35,

accept £20; Office swivel

chair on wheels with

adjustable height, brown

fabric covering, good cond.,

buyer collects £15. 07434

515383.

BUSH GAS DOUBLE OVEN

dark green, 4 burner, small

top oven with grill and larger

bottom oven £50; Russell

Hobbs 2 hot plate, grill and

oven, will stand on worktop

/ table £35. 01629 735094.

ERCOL PRIORY STYLE

DROP LEAF DINING TABLE

dark oak colour, sits 4

people, 129cm dia., VGC

£100. 01629 640340.

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.

3 SINGLE DIVAN BEDS grey

dralon headboards, inc.

clean duvets £30 each or all

3 for £80. 01298 85456.

TIFOSI ROAD BIKE 58cm

frame, Campagnolo

Centaur gears, 10 speed

cassette £150; Cosatto

Close to me Cot, rarely used

as bought for visiting

Grandparents, VGC, price

includes mattress, bedding

and quilt £100; Penfield

hooded jacket, navy, size

large, fur lined collar,

waterproof, windproof and

breathable, never worn £30;

Pioneer Super Steps 1970s

step ladder £20; E-MU

0202/USB Creative

Professional Audio

Interface, recording unit and

USB cable only £5. 01433

620203.

FIRE SURROUND Grand

French Louis white plaster

fire surround, 1355mm W x

1170mm H, as new £150.

07818 552168.

2 TICKETS FOR THE PLAY

THAT GOES WRONG

Lyceum, Sheffield, Thurs.

16th Feb, circle seats H11,

H12, unable to use them,

cost £27 each, will go to first

offer over £20 each,

performance is fully booked.

01629 56554.

LG FREEZER flat back

design, white, W 51cm, H

84cm, D 56cm, good clean

working order £55. 07877

556318.

TABLE TOP FREEZER VGC

£40. 01433 631427.

PINK 4 WHEEL BABY

WALKER with music bear

on front plus toys, good

cond. £15ono; Baby Weaver

Adventure Carrier, front and

back carrier never been

used £15ono; Light teak

table, 63” x 36” x 29”, no

scratches, 6 matching faux

chairs, no marks, clean,

non-smoker, selling

because moved into smaller

house £95ono. 01629

823025.

SAMSUNG AMERICAN

FRIDGE FREEZER plumbed

in model, 90 x 177 H x 67 D,

model RSH5UBMH £150.

01433 639447.

COMPUTER MONITOR

Hanns-G HC174D 17”, VGC,

keyboard wanted with it if

wanted £50. 01433 631298.

PUT YOU UP SETTEE flopout

style, makes a small

double, 128cm x 66cm, red

£25. 01629 640476.

BEAUTIFUL WEDDING

DRESS size 10/12, ivory,

small train, cost £800,

accept £125ono; Beautiful

matron of honour /

ballgown dress, size 10,

cost £300, accept £75ono; 2

pairs ivory bridal shoes,

new, boxed, never worn,

size 5 £15 each; Ring bearer

cushion, ivory £8; 2 brides

tiaras, 1 x crystal, 1 x pearls

£10 each. 01298 78572.

CARAVAN MOTORHOME

AVTEX TELEVISION model

L236DRS V2 LED combi,

built-in Freeview / DVD and

Sat decoder, 1080p,

12v/240v, little used, as

new, cost £450 new, accept

£175ono. 07578 206606.

COAL BUNKER very old,

riveted, can email pics

£100; Motorcycle top box,

Rickman black plastic,

large, mounting rack and

key £20. 01433 631686.

HOUSE OF HARDY 2 PCE

BOAT ROD 7’, circa 1975, 3

eyes need replacing; Penn

sea reel, bakelite, no. 95,

year 1951, made in USA,

VGC, smooth action £50.

07947 928550.

DYSON DC07 immac. cond.,

only had very light, minimal

use £70. 01298 23543.

CIRCULAR PINE WOOD

TABLE 30” dia. £35;

Fireguard 24” H x 21” W

£15. 01629 55421.

BUSH CHEST FREEZER

BCF99L 21 litre capacity, as

new, 5mths old £80, buyer

collects. 01629 812958.

GTECH CARPET SWEEPER

good cond. £35; Leather

brown tub chair, small tear

on side, hence £10; Pair of

crown Conquest bowls £20.

07940 572532 Wirksworth.

VICTORIAN BUTTON BACK

BEDROOM CHAIR

traditional upholstery, red

and grey fabric with chicken

design £450; Antique pine

blanket box, 48cm D x 83cm

W x 53cm H £150; Pink

tapestry rug, 2.35m x 1.6m,

shabby chic; 4 alloy wheels,

mk4 Subaru Legacy, 18”

£120. 07895 142283.

ARMY DOWN MUMMY

SLEEPING BAG waterproof,

full zip £20; Coleman dual

fuel cooker, new, exponent,

featherlite £30; Golf woods,

King Cobra oversize 350, 1 /

3 / 5, as new £30ono; Clock,

electric, gents pulsynetic,

12” dial, 1920s £80;

Mountain bike wheels, pair,

9 cassette, USA Sunrim,

matte black, discs, as new

£40 plus other parts;

Massage table, portable,

VGC, white, can deliver.

07980 428747.

SHOPRIDERS X 2 Deluxe

and Celebrity X models, for

spares, offers. 01298 85271.

IKEA SOFA BED 4” 6” W, 6”

L, camel coloured cover,

good cond. £100, buyer

collects. 01433 650162.

LARGE CAR COVER new

£20; Snow chains, fits

certain 14”, 15”, 16”, 17”, 18”

wheels £10; Draper

hammer drill, 13mm chuck,

new £20; Power lance for

hosepipe, used twice £7.50.

01629 640808.

2 MICHELIN TYRES on steel

rims, 175 x 70 R14, good

tread £20; Mk4 Golf 1600cc

throttle body valve control

unit, bought new £45. 01298

813988.

2 X MENS OUTDOOR SCENE

WINTER WALKING COATS

green, size small, 35-38”

chest, exc. cond. £5 each, no

offers. 07955 149301 Darley

Dale.

RED/WHITE PROVENCAL

TABLECLOTH 64in

diameter, Blue/yellow

provencal tablecloth 66in

diameter, £5 each; White

Damask tablecloth, 72in

diameter, £10. 01298

871544.

GTECH CLEANER edge to

edge, energy efficient, large

collection chamber, easy

empty facility, exc. cond.

£50. 01298 25294.

IKEA 4 SEATER SOFA BED

(4ft 6in w) with cover. Good

condition. Buyer collects.

01433 650162.

MOTORBIKE LEATHERS

skin tan Akito approved

protectors fitted size xxl.

£75. VGC. 01298 85177.

MOBILITY SCOOTER Can go

in car. 01629 823618.

TWO 2 YEAR OLD PINE

WARDROBES. First one

lighter bine, bun feet, shelf

across top. Full width

hanging rail H69.5in, W

27.5in, D21in. Cost £130, sell

for £80. Must collect;

Second wardrobe darker

pine, on plinth. Shelf across

top. Full width hanging rail.

H71in, W33.5in, D20.5in.

Cost £300, sell for £160.

Must collect. 07582 238202

after 6pm.

3 PCE SUITE 3 seater

settee, 2 armchairs, fire

resistant, quite good cond.

£100. 07813 258808 Buxton.

EROICA PROJECT ladies, 5

speed, 26” wheel, Harry

Quin racing bike £50ono.

01629 735178.

FRENCH CARRIAGE CLOCK

beautiful cond., in working

order, complete with key

£80. 01629 813968.

RALEIGH ROAD BIKE

vintage, 10 speed £100ono;

Puppy cage, new £30ono;

Vibrapower exerciser

£40ono. 01246 582923

Baslow.

MAXI COSI RODI

AIRPROTECT CHILDS CAR

SEAT £40; Silver Cross

buggy, fits into Mini car boot

£40; Black swivel office

chair £10, Grandparents

selling, all exc. cond. 01298

22840.

LLOYD LOOM CHAIR 1937,

blue, good cond. £35;

Christmas tree, Princess

Pine, 1.5m, with stand, as

new £25. 01629 732804.

UNICYCLE £20; Adana

printing press and type fonts

£20; Flat bed printing press

and type fonts £20; Wooden

bunk bed / single beds, full

size £40; Books x 100s, vast

range of subjects £1 each; G

Plan furniture, assorted size

units. 01433 630416.

MIXTURE OF KITCHEN

CABINET DOORS

framework and one wall

mounting cabinet, 46” W,

24” H, 11.75” D, all the above

in solid oak, light colour.

01629 734221.

HARRIS TWEED JACKET

42”, unwanted gift £40; Next

top, flared sleeve cuffs, size

20 £5; Bon Marche blouse,

size 18 £5, will deliver all

items. 07804 288379.

10 BAGS OF DERBYSHIRE

AGGREGATE SPA STONE

£40. Buyer to collect. 07870

729119.

LAND ROVER

PARTS, REPAIR

AND SERVICING

MATT SAVAGE 4X4

Unit 3, Unity Complex,

Darley Dale, DE4 2HX.

Tel 01629 735555

www.mattsavage.com

MILNER

Est. 1981

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

Wingerworth Commercials Ltd

WANTED SCRAP CARS

Good prices paid

Garage scrap also wanted

Tel: 07565 554939 or 07795 650618

Motorcycles

Servicing, Spares

and Repairs

Unit 13 Riverside Business Park, Bakewell

01629 812633 or 07808 280809

Fax 01629 814216 email: sales@rrmotorcycles.co.uk

G L MOTORS

VW-AUDI QUATTRO

SPECIALIST

Top Yard Garage, Main Street,

Great Longstone

FOR FAST, FRIENDLY &

RELIABLE SERVICE

Ring Paul on 01629 640086

Ex-foreman Mechanic for VW-AUDI

Main Dealer, with over 30 years’

experience in motor trade

Servicing and repairs on all makes of vehicles

including diesels and light commercials

WE CAN NOW OFFER 4 WHEEL ALIGNMENT

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Axle

Clutches

Exhausts

Filters

Brakes

Suspension

Steering

Cooling

Engines

OLD ROAD, DARLEY DALE,

MATLOCK, DERBYSHIRE, DE4 2ER 1

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MY FAVOURITE WALKS –

Having recently come across

an old copy of ‘The Coal

Mines of Buxton’ by A F Berry Clough

Roberts and J R Leach I was

intrigued to read that

evidence of old earth

This is not intended as a walk guide

workings can still be found on

the Cat & Fiddle moors and I

was eager to explore,

although there was no way I

would stray from recognised

paths as the landscape up

there is evidently dotted with

hundreds of old shafts.

Most readers will no doubt

be aware that Buxton has

long since and still is

surrounded by limestone

quarries. It was renowned

long ago for lime burning on

the hillside towards Grin Low,

now forming part of Buxton

Country Park. However, it

might come as a surprise for

some to know that between

1600 and 1919 coal was

extracted from a large area

west of the town by several

companies including the Goyt

Colliery, Goytes Moss working men. One name that little particles of coal among When the Cromford and

Colliery, The Level Mine, I picked out from the crowd the sliterbank of shale and High Peak railway line

Burbage Colliery and Thatch was Moses Longden who it grit. The pits around Buxton reached here in 1831 a

Marsh Colliery. A mole-run of states was a carrier from extracted coal with differing branch line led to the pits.

tunnels still lie beneath these Burbage.

qualities and from various From my high vantage point

heather clad moors with Soon I was out of sight and seams. Some was suitable as I began to descend the

lumps and bumps on the sound of civilization, making for burning on home fires but road which was now eroded

surface from spoil heaps. my way to Berry Clough. a lot was considered to be and very stony, I could clearly

I began my hike over the Sheltered from prevailing thick and dirty ‘yard’ or ‘kiln’ see the railway embankment

redundant coal fields, last cold winds, the temperature coal and so used mainly for in front. Before it I looked

worked almost a hundred in this deep grough seemed burning lime. Other types of down to where the entrance

years ago, at Burbage where to have risen a few degrees coal were given descriptive had been to Goyt new tunnel

I headed up Macclesfield Old so any ice had now names such as ‘Big Smut’, and observed a grassed over

Road, the former turnpike disappeared and the mist ‘White Ash’ and ‘Red Ash’. old road leading to the coal

road of 1759. It was bitterly was gradually clearing. As I My return to Burbage was pits which evidently appears

cold with freezing fog gingerly made my way down by again following the former on Ogilby’s map of 1675.

lingering like wispy smoke in the rough path I listened to turnpike road, but this time In the early days of coal

the air, casting a spell of ice water trickling in the gully to heading east from mining, narrow shafts were

which had covered everything my side. This stream is a Derbyshire Bridge. These sunk into shallow seams of

it touched. Trees in Burbage tributary of the River Goyt, moors are crisscrossed by a coal, but by the late 1700s an

Edge plantation were all which it would soon join on a network of new, old and underground canal or

ghostly white, every twig and long journey to the Irish Sea disused roads with the ‘navygation’ some 1360 yards

branch encrusted. Twinkling after negotiating the hurdles remains of at least four long and known as The

ice crystals adorned heather of Errwood and Fernilee holloway routes used by pack Duke’s Level was driven into

and rough reed grass on the reservoirs.

ponies that served the coal Buckett Engine Pit. This was

ground whilst walls, fences

also used as a drainage

and posts were patterned

channel with a small docking

with Jack Frost fronds like

area at the entrance for boats

frozen fur. Thankfully any

that would have brought out

mud and bog was solidified,

coal and waste. Some

making my progress much

evidence of this can still be

easier as I followed the green

found on the Buxton side of

footpath sign for Lamaload

the embankment.

via Shining Tor, leaving

As I ended my walk I

behind the rough track and

looked across at the current

venturing off into the freezing

Cat & Fiddle road, laid in

gloom. The only company I

1831, where a succession of

had for most of this walk was

headlights and brake lights

the disconcerting ‘go back,

from vehicles travelling

go-back’ sounds of grouse

through the mist and murk

shouting from somewhere in

were winding their way

the distance.

around the side of The Terret

Fortunately I was wrapped

sugarloaf hill which is topped

up warm and snugly with

by a plantation of trees. I

layers of modern materials

couldn’t help but imagine

created to keep in the heat

what it would have looked

and I had emergency rations,

like back in the early 1800s

mobile phone and thermos

when this could well have

flask of hot chocolate. As I

been a line of carriers carting

wandered in this somewhat

away coal, or a procession of

bleak wilderness it was hard

miners heading home after a

to imagine that at one time

shift underground. Not for

men had to work up here in

them the fortunate invention

similar conditions. I read that

of headlamps or torches but

these pits were said to be so After crossing a footbridge field area.

costly carriage lamps and

cold and wet that at times the I arrived at the single track Just before the road candles.

miners were at risk of losing road ascending from the Goyt reached a crest and Buxton

Sally Mosley

their limbs.

Valley. Here I turned left on a came back into view I was

My book contained a long walk up to Derbyshire Bridge. happy to see that an old

register of names associated After having carefully placed milestone still survives on the

with the Buxton mines and each step in Berry Clough it left, thankfully avoided by offroad

their occupations, be they was lovely to be able to stride

vehicles that regularly

collier, coalminer, banksman out for a time on tarmac. use this challenging byway,

or carpenter. There was also On the left not far from no longer suitable for general

a list of their tasks such as Derbyshire Bridge I could see motor vehicles.

driving the engine horse, an old adit or entrance. This

shaft sinking, coal getting, is an old pit sough, still

underground maintenance draining into the watercourse

and ‘boating’ the coal. Many alongside. Just before the

of the family names are still junction by the cattle grid is GET A

around today, no doubt an outcrop of gritstone which

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