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27th February

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Haddon Hall, Bakewell, the origins of which date back to the 11th century. The current medieval and Tudor hall includes additions

added at various stages between the 13th and 17th centuries and is currently occupied by Lord Edward Manners and his family.

Little Green Space

Tel:

There are few truly wild

areas left in the UK. Longterm

deforestation and

overgrazing by sheep and

deer have changed the face

of our landscapes over

centuries – leaving much of

the land depleted, with

wildlife in retreat or missing.

“Rewilding” is a term

that’s being used more and

more frequently, and action

in Scotland is showing how

restoring natural processes

and protecting wilderness

areas, and reducing human

interference in ecosystems,

can make a positive

difference. Successful

rewilding programmes here

have seen the

reintroduction of whitetailed

eagles and beavers,

as well as the restoration of

native forests.

Conservation charity

Trees for Life

(treesforlife.org.uk) is

working to restore the

Caledonian Forest –

Scotland’s equivalent of a

rainforest and one of the

UK’s most endangered

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habitats, with many of its

rare species facing

extinction.

Described by writer

George Monbiot as the most

ambitious rewilding project

in Britain, the awardwinning

charity aims to

restore this precious forest

to a wilderness area of 1,000

square miles. In these

emerging habitats a

complex web of life is

renewing itself, with species

like red squirrel and pine

marten making a

comeback.

In the Peak District we

have outstanding

landscapes and wildlife –

with organizations such as

Derbyshire Wildlife Trust,

Moors for the Future

Partnership and Peak

District National Park

working hard to protect

habitats and boost

biodiversity.

But could rewilding

projects, such as those

happening in Scotland, also

work here?

“There is no doubt that

there are exciting rewilding

opportunities for

Derbyshire,” says Tim Birch,

Head of Conservation and

Advocacy Strategy at

Derbyshire Wildlife Trust.

“In the north our uplands

could be a lot wilder. These

are some of the most

spectacular landscapes in

the UK, and there is a

potential for restoring our

wildlife on a grand scale in

these areas.”

Wilder Peakland areas

could see increased

chances for birds of prey

such as hen harriers,

peregrines and red kites to

breed. In the long term it

could even be possible for

golden eagles to be reintroduced

– they bred in the

Peak District up until the

late 19th Century.

There would be benefits

for people too – including

reduced flood risk and

increased revenue from

tourism. But rewilding such

as this is something that

cannot be rushed into. It will

take time, careful planning,

discussion and cooperation

before landscapes can

become truly wild again.

Go wild in the garden

Not all rewilding projects

have to be on a massive

scale. You can create small

wild areas in your garden –

and these will have

immediate benefits for all

sorts of creatures that share

your space.

There are several ways to

create a wild area in your

garden – and they’re all

really easy.

A little-used corner is a

good place to start. Decide

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how much space you’ll leave

untouched – and then leave

it untouched. It’s likely that

nettles will begin to grow –

and nettles are fantastic for

wildlife. A single nettle

patch can support over 40

species of insects, and

they’re particularly good for

butterflies, especially small

tortoiseshells and

peacocks.

You’ll also probably get

dandelions. These start

flowering in early spring,

and continue right through

to autumn, so they are a

useful, long-lasting food

source for bees, butterflies

and hoverflies.

Thistles and teasels often

grow in wild corners –

goldfinches and other birds

love to feed on the seed

heads of these plants, and

the hollow stems can

protect hibernating insects

throughout winter.

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Baslow Choir’s annual

Spring Concert will be held

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Edensor on April 1st 2017 at

7.30pm. We will be

performing Judas

Maccabaeus, by Handel. Our

guest soloists will be:

Rachel Abbott, Soprano,

the Israelitish Woman; Kate

Huddie, Mezzo-Soprano,

the Israelitish Man1; Nick

Cox, Counter-Tenor, the

Israelitish Man 2; Stewart

Campbell, Tenor,

Judas Maccabaeus; Daniel

Sumner,

Bass,

Simon.

The organist is Andrew

Cummings and the

conductor is Andrew

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Do come and join us for

what promises to be a really

enjoyable evening. Tickets

are £12 for adults and £6 for

children and are available

from choir members or

online at wegottickets.com

or by email from

tickets@baslowchoir.co.uk

and now from the Spar

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If you, or someone you

know, have always wanted

to sing in a choir, why not

come and join us at 7.30pm

on Wednesday evenings in

Baslow Village Hall? We

rehearse from September

to June. We perform three

to four concerts per year,

presenting a varied

programme of classical and

DID YOU GO TO

CROMFORD C of E SCHOOL?

There is and has always

been a real sense of

community around the

school. Cromford school

was built in 1832 by the son

of Sir Richard Arkwright.

Since then the school has

been at the heart of the

village and it's not

uncommon to hear about

families where several

generations have attended

school. We would love to

celebrate this by creating a

'Wall of Memories'. If you or

members of your family

attended Cromford school,

please let us have either

your memories of the

school or what you went on

to achieve after leaving

Cromford School. There will

be a form on the school

website where you can log

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memories

(www.cromfordcofeschool.c

om) or you can write it on a

bit of paper and send it to

school (North Street,

Cromford, DE4 3RG). If

you've got any old photos or

videos we'd love them too.

The Wall of Memories will

be on display in the school

hall for Celebrating

Cromford on Saturday 17th

June. Do come and pay us a

visit, everyone's welcome.

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Peak Advertiser 27th February 2017 – Page 3

Matlock Storytelling Café

returns on Friday the 3rd of

March. As always it promises

to be a cracking night, and

this time we have an extra

special treat as Amy Douglas

and Lucy Wells perform Wild

Edric - Hero under the Hill.

The cry of a horn, the

trample of hooves, Wild Edric

rides over mynd and

mountain.

Protector of the land, hero

of the people, warrior for

peace and harbinger of war.

A tangled story of love and

war, loss and redemption.

Storytelling, song and music

combine to tell a story that

resonates in the bones of the

land.

Wild Edric is the scarred

hero of the Welsh Marches.

He is the guardian of the

rugged wild land that

creases and rears up into the

Shropshire Hills. His fairy

bride, Godda, like the land, is

untamed, beautiful and

dangerous. The two form a

bridge, between this world

and the otherworld, holding

the dignity of the old ways

against the Norman

onslaught.

Amy Douglas

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storytelling throughout her

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integrity, wit and subtle

humour, she has been an

integral part of the reemergence

of storytelling in

Shropshire and Britain.

Lucy Wells

Musician, performer and

artist, Lucy has always loved

stories and the gold thread of

narrative runs bright through

all her multi-faceted work.

Lucy has a deep-rooted love

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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

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As usual we meet on the first

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company is asking its

customers to help tackle

leaks and bursts in the cold

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Malcolm Whittaker has

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fixing on average 121 leaks

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however we recognise that

there may be some leaks

that are still out there that we

don’t know about.

“So we need our

customers’ help. If you spot a

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ortaleak. Although if you are

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homepage which shows

leaks that have already been

reported to us.

“In many cases, we don’t

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Members of Matlock on the first Thursday of the

Probus met at Willersley month at Willersley Castle.

Castle on Thursday 2nd The club welcomes

February to hear Brian applications

for

Stone give a talk entitled membership from both

Prisoners of the Japanese – men and women. For

the Sherwood Foresters in further information please

Singapore. The Sherwood contact: Bob Ball, Secretary

Foresters saw action in Tel: 01629 583594 e-mail:

France during the early bobmar.ball@virgin.net

years of WWII. They were Ed Runham, Chairman Tel:

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Japanese. What followed

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history.

A heady cocktail of

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resulted in the British

army’s high command’s

contemptuous dismissal of

the Japanese fighting

machine. The Japanese

army was characterised as

little more than small,

bespectacled men who rode

bicycles. The reality was

that they were a highly

trained, well equipped

fighting force. They swept

through Malaysia and

captured Singapore. Whilst

there may be some

significant factors involved

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Singapore were pointing in

the wrong direction, there is

no escaping the fact that the

allies outnumbered the

Japanese by 3:1. It was

sheer incompetence on the

part of the British High

Command that led to the

fall of Japan and the

capture of so many British

and allied troops.

What happened next was Rick Wyse

one of the most shameful Dip PFs certs

periods of the war.

cii(MP&eR)

Thousands of prisoners

were shipped out to work on

the infamous Burma

railway. The story has been

told many times both in

books and in films such as

Bridge over the River Kwai

and The Railway Man. Brian

Stone’s account was

peppered with an array of

anecdotes illustrating the

bizarre nature of war. For

example, whilst the

treatment of the POWs was

often harsh and brutal, the

Officer class was often

excused work (as per the

Geneva Conventions) and

was given a regular

allowance by their captors.

This money was normally

pooled and used to buy

essential foods and

medicines from the locals.

The following poem

provides a fitting tribute to

all who suffered there.

And we that are left grow

old with the years

Remembering the

heartache, the pain and the

tears,

Hoping and praying that

never again

Man will sink to such

sorrow and shame,

The price that was paid we

will always remember,

Every day, every month, not

just in November.

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BUXTON FIELD CLUB – Iberian Birds

On Saturday 4th March, the

Club will be welcoming

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to You?’ A service will be

held at All Saints Church,

Smedley Street, Matlock at

2pm. The Christian women

of the Philippines wrote the

service and it has been

translated into 1,000

different languages and

dialects, to be used

throughout the whole

world on Friday 3rd March,

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Philippine islands in the

western Pacific Ocean. This

is mentioned in the service

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stories of a girl, a mother

and an older woman,

recounting their situations

and their hopes and fears.

The service focusses on the

Bible story of the workers

in the vineyard: Matthew 20

v 1-16. There is reflection

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Sta.Rosa. It is very thought

provoking and illustrates

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Philippines and the

service? The Day of Prayer

is not just for women.

Everyone is welcome to

Last year’s winner Matthew Hallam crossing the finish line

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The talk will be in the Hall

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February 27th – March 12th 2017

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Monday 6th March, An

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On the 2nd February, a

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Little Green Space

Continued from Page 1

If you want to increase

the benefit of your wild

patch even further, consider

including a log pile. A pile of

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wood that is left alone to rot

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invertebrates – and will

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dynamic teaching with

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IMPORTANT

NOTICE

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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If you would like to take

part, please book on to the

course by calling the Trust on

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sessions will take place at

Derbyshire Wildlife Trust’s

headquarters, Sandy Hill

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“My husband Matt,

Mum Gloria (who manages

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really excited about the

move to Peak Shopping

Village,” said Claire

Dobinson. “The larger

space provides us with a

lot more scope and

flexibility, so we can offer

more daytime classes for

children and adults and

private coaching too. We

also have plans for Pilates

classes at the same time,

so parents can make good

use of the time when

children are dancing. Peak

Shopping Village really is

the perfect location for us,

as its facilities include free

parking, and good safe

environment for families.

With its quality shops and

restaurant, it provides a

great place for parents

and children to spend time

when attending the dance

school.”

“We are absolutely

delighted to be welcoming

the Claire Dobinson

School of Dance to Peak

Shopping Village,” said

Centre Manager, Katayune

Jacquin. “We are keen to

retain a mix of shopping

and leisure on site so a

dance studio is a perfect

addition for us. It

encourages more people

to site and of course, the

studio will doubtless

benefit from our

increasing footfall

numbers.”

The main studio

(accessible on the ground

floor) and other facilities

have been designed to be

a great functional space

for the busy dance school

with an area for changing,

a dancewear shop and

waiting area. The upstairs

space allows Claire to

work with other dance,

music and drama

professionals to create a

great local hub for

performing arts

enthusiasts.

Claire Dobinson and her

students perform biannually

at Buxton Opera

House and their

production this year is

'Raise the Barre' taking

place in April. Claire has

been dancing since the

age of two, and always

wanted a career in dance

and attended the Elizabeth

Chamberlain School of

Dance in Matlock. Over the

years, Claire completed all

of her performing exams

and teaching qualifications

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ROTARY BAKEWELL SUPPORTS HELEN’S TRUST

AND RECRUITS A NEW MEMBER

On Wednesday 1st

February, Rotary Bakewell

held its meeting at

Bakewell Golf Club. It was

another busy time for the

Club with President

Lorraine McGlone carrying

out two very pleasant

duties.

It was with great

pleasure that Lorraine

welcomed our latest new

member, John Burn, into

the Club. John, a

paediatrician, has recently

moved into the area and

has transferred to Rotary

Bakewell from the Rotary

Club of Bolton.

Lorraine also welcomed

Zoe Woodward of Helen’s

Trust to the meeting. A

cheque for £2803 was

presented to Zoe to

support the work of this

valued local charity. The

money was raised thanks

to the hard work of Rotary

Bakewell member Ann

Esders and her team of

needleworkers (Ann’s

clients, pupils, friends and

Rotary Bakewell

members) who created the

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THE MATLOCK FORUM

At the meeting held on

Tuesday 14 February 2017

the guest speaker was Mr

John Lower whose subject

was “The Chesterfield

Canal”. Designed by James

Brindley, the canal was

begun in 1771 and completed

in 1777 and ran from

Chesterfield to the River

Trent at West Stockwith. The

final commercial cargo was

carried in 1956 following the

steady decline in all canals in

the face of the railways.

Mr. Lower illustrated the

geography of the canal

assisted by an appropriate

map and a large number of

slides, but the main part of

the talk dealt with the

comparatively recent history

of the canal going back to

1976 with the formation of

the Chesterfield Canal

Society. This history was

most inspiring and showed

that people-power in the

form of dedicated

enthusiasts, combined with

the co-operation of the

authorities owning the canal,

could produce an impressive

renaissance of the waterway.

Contractors and

volunteers have worked on

all aspects of the canal and

its surroundings and the

“before and after” pictures

showed an impressive,

scarcely believable,

transformation in the

waterway.

The canal is now able to

offer a variety of attractions

such as walking, cycling,

angling, refreshments and a

number of regular public

trips as well as charter boats

and special events.

Mr. Lower, speaking

without notes, gave a most

interesting and informative

talk.

Chairman Frank Beesley

gave a vote of thanks on

behalf of an enthusiastic

audience.

The Club meets on

Tuesday mornings at the

Edgefold Club, beginning

with tea and biscuits at 10am.

Visitors are always welcomed

to a “taster visit”.

BASLOW SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB

Our two March meetings,

at Baslow Village Hall at

2pm, promise to be

entertaining. On March 3

Elizabeth Holloway’s talk is

“Off the Boats” – Living on

a Narrow Boat. On March

17 Chris Belton will ask us

“Have you had the doctor?”

The usual refreshments

will be served.

Thinking of joining our

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meetings. You don’t have to

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years. Why not join us in our

anniversary year?

Over the last ten years,

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of patrons from all over the

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patrons from abroad (from

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that their visits to the UK

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productions. Now that’s true

dedication!

We began in 2007 with

Arthur Miller’s shocking

play ‘The Crucible’, touring

the village halls of the Peak

District, culminating in a

performance at Chatsworth

House. Since then, we’ve

been playing just at

Chatsworth to sold-out

houses. We’ve produced

some great plays, always

aiming for the historic or

classical: from ‘Jane Eyre’,

to ‘The Importance of Being

Earnest’. We have a talented

group of players and crew

from as far afield as

Sheffield and Mansfield.

We’re all amateurs, from a

variety of walks of life, with

an age range from 15 to 86!

The only professional in the

group is our Director Sylvia,

who’s been in the business

all her life.

For our tenth year we are

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hilarious ‘Blythe Spirit’ from

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demand – we are reprising

Robert Bolt’s moving ‘A Man

for all Seasons’ from 18-22

October. ‘A Man for all

seasons’ has a very large

cast, so why not come and

try your hand on stage for

that. Experience is not

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You would also be very

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FAIRTRADE FORTNIGHT

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12th March) event this year

is linked to Bakewell Infant

School. A competition is

being held for pupils to

collect as many Fairtrade

logos as possible from

products purchased. At the

end of the two weeks pupils’

efforts will be counted and

the winner in each class will

receive a prize.

Each prize will be in the

form of a gift voucher to

spend at the Cooperative,

which supports the

Fairtrade campaign and

stocks Fairtrade goods. The

supermarket has been

providing an exciting part of

the lesson structure during

the year by promoting the

values of Fairtrade.

Deputy Mayor, Councillor

Steve Edwards said,

“Bakewell Town Council has

been backing Fairtrade

since 2008. We feel that by

involving the Bakewell Infant

School, not only does this

help develop the message

for the pupils, but involves

the parents, relatives and

friends when they go

shopping. We anticipate the

enthusiastic pupils actively

hunting for the logos in all

participating retail outlets

they visit”.

Bakewell Town Council is

also supporting the

developing bid by

Derbyshire Dales District

Council for Fairtrade District

status.

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The Medway 100 Club is

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month to enter. Funds

upkeep of the Medway

Centre charity. To join please

contact the Medway Centre

on 01629 813638 or email

enquiries@medwaycentre.

co.uk. Any winnings are

posted out so there is no

need to call in to collect.

prompt, welcome our

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ADVERTORIAL

HOME ECONOMICS

Home Economics is a new

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Two Dales covering

Derbyshire Dales and

surrounding areas.

Claudia Karklins came up

with the idea several

years ago and having just

retired as a nurse she is

putting the idea into

practice.

Claudia’s own lifestyle

was so busy with herself

and her husband working

part-time and running a

small B&B in Two Dales.

This, along with

supporting various family

members, spending two

days a week with

grandson Archie, time in

the kitchen preparing

meals was limited.

Claudia says, “If I had a

spare day I would spend

time in the kitchen

creating meals to put in

the freezer, these would

last us for weeks. We

both have different tastes

Olympic Photography -

Eileen Langsley. A gymnast

“at heart” Eileen's

photography almost defies

the two dimensional image,

capturing energy and

endurance, letting you “feel

the leap”, sense movement

and experience the

adrenaline rush of the

athlete. I felt as though I

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experience, witnessing

bodily feats of grace and

stamina. Sensational

“shots” and “behind the

scenes” innuendo of photo

pack trauma added to our

admiration of Baslow's

famous photographer.

Indoor Bowls - Leader

Muriel

Cindrey.

“Bumpers”- surely not? But

whatever questionable

advantages and techniques

were employed, the bowling

was a huge success.

Winning the event was our

“strong arm” leading team

member- Lorna Wilson. I'm

“bowled over”!

Lunch Club - Cavendish

Hotel, Baslow. We lunched

in the board room - as do all

VIPs! Dressed to the

“nines”, enjoying ourselves

- no peeling, no cooking and

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Totley Walk - Leader

Judith Barton. It started

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hundred yards up the hill,

before our “pit stop” in

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BASLOW W.I. DARLINGS

sauntered down Totley Hall

Lane into “Gilly” Woods,

sheltered from the wind and

following the stream, some

of us (moi) were lulled into

a false sense of security!

Emerging onto Baslow

Road just below the Brick

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onto The Assault Course.

Vertical mud, Darlings! One

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Crown Pub kept me in

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Baslow Bikers. Minus,

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What a girl!

Book Club. Leader-Sue

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8th March. 2pm. B.V.H.

“Denman, Our College”

Diane McHarg. Social Time-

Hats and gloves.

15th March. Lunch Club.

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18th MARCH. 2pm.

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24th March. Walk. 10.30am.

Bulls Head, Holymoorside.

Leader - Sue Ayres.

Jane Walker

FAIRTRADE FORTNIGHT

FEBRUARY 27th – MARCH 12th 2017 ~ Darley Dale Programme

Fairtrade Fortnight will soon YOU ARE INVITED TO Monday 06.03.17 - Tea Party after school

be upon us and the following

arrangements have been

made to celebrate Fairtrade

and to make it more widely

known and supported in

Darley Dale and nearby

ANY OF THESE:

The Whitworth Terrace will

be serving Fairtrade teas and

coffee and some other items

throughout the Fortnight.

Tuesday 28.02.17 Wesleyan

Churchtown Primary School

- Tea Party after school

3.30pm.

Tuesday 07.03.17 Darley Dale

Primary School - Tea Party

after school 3.30pm.

3.30pm.

Saturday 11.03.17 St. Helen’s

Church Hall 10.30am.

Thursday 16.03.17 St. John’s

Church, Winster - Coffee

Morning 10.30am.

villages. There will be a Reform Chapel, East Bank, Thursday 09.03.17 St. Do come along and

Traidcraft Big Brew Coffee

Morning or Tea Party with

Winster 10am.

Wednesday 01.03.17

Elphin’s -Traidcraft Stall in St.

Elphin’s House 10am–12.30.

support your Fairtrade Town

and the work they are doing

Fairtrade tea, including Greenaway Workshop, Friday 10.03.17 Dale Road to make trade more ethical

different teas to taste, coffee, Greenaway Lane, Darley Dale Methodist Church Hall (St. and help producers who are

hot chocolate, fruit juice, 10.30am.

Helen’s Ladies) 10.30am and often struggling against

cakes and biscuits and a stall Friday 03.03.17 Wensley South Darley Primary School discrimination and injustice.

with food and some craft

items for sale.

Reading Room 10.30am–

12.00.

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ALL SAINTS PARISH CHURCH

OPEN DOOR CAFE

The Open Door café at All

Saints Parish Church is

pleased to advise that tea

and coffee are available if

required before and after

baptism, wedding and

funeral services. If attendees

come from a distance, they

might welcome a refreshing

cup of tea!

We are also pleased to

provide full refreshments

following funeral services.

At 10.30am on Thursday,

23th February ‘CARE FOR A

CUPPA’, to raise funds for

Ashgate Hospice. Come

along and enjoy a cup of tea

or coffee and a slice of cake

and help raise funds for this

extremely valuable resource.

Commencing Tuesday,

April 11th, and thereafter on

so having the choice has

always been a great

solution. Even though we

still had to prepare the

accompaniments, it was

still satisfying to know

that we had a good wellbalanced

meal and unlike

processed meals we

knew what ingredients

had gone into making it”.

Claudia would create

these meals in your own

kitchen. She can create

single portions to family

sized dishes. It really is a

great solution for busy

working families or even

retired people who really

don’t want the ‘humdrum’

of meal preparation.

Simply choose from

the menu Claudia

provides and allow her to

create your choices. All

you have to do is put the

meals in the freezer and

take them out in the

morning when you want

to use them.

the second Tuesday of every

month, Afternoon Tea for

anyone who is in need of

company. 3.30-4.30pm, tea,

sandwiches and cake at a

cost of £2.50. Transport will

be provided. If you are

interested, please contact

Dot on 814496.

Welldressing week –

Saturday 24th June to Friday

30th June the café will be

open daily from 11am-4pm,

(Sunday 1.30-4pm) serving

tea, coffee, light lunches and

delicious home made cakes.

Regular lunchtime talks,

with a soup and sandwich

lunch. Watch this space for

further details!

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Offers balanced, nutritious meals cooked

in your own kitchen.

Simply choose from our menu and Claudia will create

your chosen dishes ready to go in the freezer.

Shopping service also available (free shopping with first order).

Whether you are a single person, an elderly couple, or running

a busy family home, this could be the solution to your meal

planning problems.

Please call Claudia Karklins on 07973 460435

Excellent references upon request

Wills & Probate / Residential Conveyancing

Divorce & Separation / Crime & Litigation

Local Advice / Lasting Powers of Attorney

Call our team of

dedicated professionals

to book your free half

hour consultation on

FREEPHONE

0808 144 4550

www.favells.co.uk

legal@favells.co.uk

FAVELL SMITH & LAWSON

SOLICITORS

Brunel House

Heather Lane

Hathersage S32 1DP

Northchurch Street

Business Centre

84 Queen Street

Sheffield S1 2DW


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THE

Heritage Paint

CENTRE

The one-stop shop for all your decorating requirements

NEW SATURDAY OPENING HOURS ~ 8am-3pm

IT’S OFFICIAL! WE CAN MATCH TO MOST LEADING PAINT MANUFACTURERS

Leyland Trade

Lighting

Showroom –

The Heritage Paint Centre

Chalk paint

RANGE NOW

AVAILABLE

Naturally beautiful

No oils or acrylics, no nasty

emissions, high breathability, suitable

for lime plaster walls and can be used

in the same way as chalk paints

Ironmongery

Midco, Bath Street, Bakewell DE45 1BX

Tel: 01629 812223 www.heritagepaintcentre.co.uk

Granite, Marble and Quartz,

Looking as Good as They Feel!

An attractive feature for any home

As natural materials which

feel as good as they look,

granite, marble and slate

bring a feeling of quality to

both kitchens and

bathrooms, combined with

excellent durability.

You may not realise how

many colours and textures

are available, but at the

House of Granite & Marble

in Chesterfield you can see

them all across a 2,000

square foot showroom.

The choice is truly

amazing. Perhaps you

favour blue pearl granite

from Norway resembling

chips of ice. Or you may

prefer tan brown granite

from India which seems to

suggest rich coffee colours.

And yet again there is the

classic black surface of

granite, in all its variations.

There are over 200 colours

and every piece is unique.

Quartz, the modern

alternative to granite, has

no maintenance

requirements and offers a

more regular pattern and

colour. House of Granite

and Marble offer a wide

range of quartz products

including Silestone,

Radianz by Samsung and

Compac. Quartz is harder

than granite and comes

with a 15-year warranty,

this very durable

worksurface sits

beautifully alongside both

traditional

and

contemporary styled

kitchens.

“Some people think that

granite, marble and quartz

is beyond their budget, but

this does not have to be the

case”, commented Rob

Hall, MD. “Our policy is to

buy direct from the UK or

overseas suppliers and

that makes a significant

difference to the cost”.

After making a choice

from the outstanding range

of natural materials, the

House of Granite and

Marble can arrange a full

fitting service for worktops.

For further information

visit or contact: The House

of Granite and Marble,

Cobnar Wood Close,

Chesterfield Ind. Estate,

Sheepbridge, Chesterfield

S41 9RQ, Tel: 01246 261989.

PLEASE SUPPORT YOUR

LOCAL SHOPS & BUSINESSES

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promoting local business

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or email us: enquiries@peak-advertiser.co.uk

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Your Totally Independent Local Newspaper Peak Advertiser 27th February 2017 – Page 15

The Rutland Arms Antiques Centre

The Peak District’s

Premier Antiques Venue

Situated in the heart of Bakewell

opposite The Rutland Arms Hotel

Arts and Crafts period single wardrobe made by Shapland and Petter of Barnstable.

Retailed by Liberty of London Circa 1906

FAMOUS NAMES FURNITURE

Famous Names Furniture

opened its doors 14 years

ago at number 9 London

Road in Buxton. It has

progressed from opening

three days a week to six

days. They are pleased to

announce after extensive

refurbishment the reopening

of their second

showroom (next door) which

has resulted in a posh new

showroom, which is well

worth a visit.

They are the renowned

suppliers of ex-display,

returned orders,

photographic samples,

slight seconds and

discontinued lines from

major manufacturers and

high street stores, all with at

least 50% off the

recommended retail price.

There are no waiting times

and there are lots of items in

FAMOUS NAMES

FURNITURE

• Discontinued

Lines

• Ex-Display

• Returned

Orders

• Photographic

Samples

stock to examine “in the

flesh” all of which are

available for immediate

delivery. Their wide range

includes furniture for your

lounge, dining room,

bedroom and more!

Visit our

Warehouse

NOW OPEN

SATURDAYS

10.30am-3pm

Market Street

Buxton

SK17 6JY

Call and

see our

NEWLY

REFURBISHED

SHOWROOM

at No. 9

Modern, Traditional, Lounge, Bedroom, Dining – we get all

sorts from Major High Street Stores – with at least 50% off rrp

Open 10am-5pm Monday to Saturday

7-9 London Road, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 9PA

www.famousnamesfurniture.co.uk Tel: 01298 72999

They also have a varied

selection of soft furnishings

including cushions,

mirrors, pictures and

lamps.

Their storage warehouse

on Market Street is now

open to the public on

Saturdays from 10.30am–

3.00pm.

The promise of huge

savings must tempt you to

come and have a browse

round the shops where you

can be sure of a warm and

friendly welcome.

You will find them at 7-9

London Rd, Buxton. SK17

9PA.

PEAK MUSIC SOCIETY AT CAVENDISH HALL EDENSOR

Alina Ibragimova Mbe - March 8th 2017 at 7.45pm

We are delighted to

announce that our concert

on March 8 2017 will be a

performance by Alina

IBRAGIMOVA the world

famous Russian/British

violinist and her

accompanist will be Cedric

Tiberghien.

The concert will start at

7.45pm. There will be an

interval when wine and

drinks will be served and the

concert will end at approx

10pm.

The programme will

include Bach Violin Sonata

No 4 Brahms Violin Sonata

No 2. Six melodies by Cage

and Schumann Violin Sonata

no 2. Subscription members

have their tickets but we are

delighted to offer 80 extra

tickets at £20 each on the

door.

This is a rare Northern

appearance by IBRAGIMOVA

and Peak Music are thrilled

to have her play in this part

of the world.

Tickets will be very

sought after. Can you phone

Jennie Ball on 07785 354015

if you are interested in

coming and your ticket will

be on the door for you and

you can pay cash on the

night. Or get in touch with

Robert Wright on 01433

630080 or

robertwright260@btinternet.

com to order tickets. We do

need to know numbers in

advance as space is limited.

Please spread the word

and tell friends. Peak Music

would be delighted to

welcome new members -

please look on our website

for all details and/or contact

our membership secretary,

Catherine Rawson,

peakmusicsociety@yahoo.co

m

The concert following this

will be on April 6th with the

Leonore Trio from Sheffield

Music in the Round. Again

tickets available on the door,

just call to let us know you

intend to come.

We look forward to seeing

you and maybe welcoming

you as a new member.

LIVESTOCK WORRYING

Stephen Percival, aged 29,

who works for a livestock

haulage company, keeps 20

pedigree show Texel ewes

as a hobby at his father-inlaw’s

farm in Newhaven,

Buxton.

He grew up on a farm and

has many years’ experience

of sheep farming.

Just before Christmas

last year, he lost one of his

prize-winning sheep, which

he had bred himself, as a

result of livestock worrying.

His father-in-law spotted

that the flock had broken

through the field’s electric

fence in a panic, and one

had fallen into a hole.

Stephen called a vet,

who said she had broken

her back and would never

recover. She was put down

on Christmas Eve.

NFU Mutual’s Bakewell

office is working with

Stephen to reimburse his

financial loss, which is

estimated at £2,500.

But Stephen said the

emotional impact was far

greater.

“I was gutted,” he said.

“I’d bred this sheep myself

and she was expecting

twins. I have a very small

flock and I know each one

– her mother and

grandmother are in the

group. Money can’t

compensate for losing

her.”

He is urging all dog

owners to keep their pets

on a lead at all times when

they are near livestock.

“It only takes a split

second for a dog to go on

the attack,” he said.

“Livestock worrying is

as upsetting for owners,

who risk their family pet

being shot, as it is for

farmers.”

Over 40 reputable dealers

Located on two floors, displays of:

Furniture ~ Silver ~ Jewellery ~ Exquisite Lighting ~ Vintage Clothing

Fine Art Paintings ~ Arts & Crafts ~ Art Nouveau

Clocks ~ Barometers ~ Porcelain Bijouterie ~ Decorative Furnishings

~ Oriental items and some collectables

Incorporating Gallery Café

Opening Hours:

Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm

Sunday 11am - 4pm

Tel: 01629 810468

Email: info@therutlandarmsantiquescentre.co.uk

website: www.therutlandarmsantiquescentre.co.uk


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GREYHOUND RACES TO THE FINISH

NOW OPEN

OFFERING A HIGH-QUALITY FRESH FOOD

MENU, FINE WINES, ALES AND SPIRITS

Serving everything from our mouthwatering confit

pork belly to the heavenly steak and barbecue

brisket burger. Our handcrafted wine bar stocks

more than 70 artisan wines, plus local and

international beers and barista-made coffees.

If you would like to book a table please call 01629 823172 or email

info@thegreyhoundatcromford.co.uk | www.thegreyhoundatcromford.co.uk

The Greyhound Hotel, Bar & Restaurant Cromford

The Ashford Arms

RESTAURANT & INN

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

@GreyhoundCrom

The Greyhound Hotel, Bar & Restaurant, Market Place, Cromford, DE4 3QE

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

Bring together Arkwright

history, the Peak District,

specialist wine, real ale, an

award-winning chef, the

restoration of a 300-year-old

Grade I listed coaching

house and there can’t be a

pub lover or historian in the

land who isn’t excited!

That’s exactly what new

landlord, Paul Waddingham

and wife Tina have achieved at

the Greyhound Hotel,

dominating Cromford’s

market square since 1778.

After four months of

restoration, they are ready to

show off the premium offer,

which has created twelve jobs.

Pub lovers can now

experience the magic: a

ground floor, with four

individually themed rooms

reflecting the area’s history

and a befittingly cosy hotel,

with five fully renovated

bedrooms.

“As a man passionate

about hospitality for longer

than I can remember, it was a

dream come true to stumble

on the Greyhound with all its

grandeur, character, and

charming potential,” said

Paul, well travelled hospitality

CALVER FILM – BRIDGET

JONES BABY – 9TH MARCH

7.30pm at the Village Hall,

Calver (123 mins).

Starring Renee Zellweger,

Gemma Jones and Jim

Broadbent. Bridget’s focus

on single life and her career

is interrupted when she finds

herself pregnant, but with

one hitch! She can only be

fifty per cent sure of the

father!

Calver Film is a

membership based film club.

Membership is £20 for 10

films plus extras. Late

membership joining can be

offered a discount. For

further information call

Denise Hall 01433 630760

.

BAKEWELL AND ASHFORD

FILM SOCIETY 12th MARCH –

FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS

The biographical comedy

“Florence Foster Jenkins”

starring Meryl Streep is

Bakewell and Ashford Film

Society’s March screening;

certificate PG, length 110

minutes. Doors open at The

Medway Centre, New Street,

Bakewell at 7pm on Sunday

March 12th 2017.

Introduction to the film by

Janet Byrne starts at 7.30pm.

Most of our films are

shown with subtitles.

Refreshments are available

during the interval.

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 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

expert and wines and spirits

professional.

“It’s been amazing to

discover original features -

150 year-old wine racks to

original 18th-century wooden

beams. We’ve also added to

the charm – family friend and

talented art teacher Zena Ellis

painted a portrait of Arkwright

in the room we named after

him. We completely love that!”

The food is certainly set to

impress too. Gourmet dishes

created by top chef Gary Auld,

winner of two rosettes, such

as confit of pork belly; Gary’s

own fish pie, and classic

Local Cinema

1FL 01629 814770 or email

cherylmayfield@stainedglass

1.plus.com

CRESSBROOK FILM CLUB

FRIDAY 10th MARCH 2017

BOY (cert PG, 87mins)

It’s 1984. On the rural east

coast of New Zealand

Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”

is changing teenagers lives.

This film is a hilarious and

heartfelt coming-of-age tale

about heroes, magic and

music.

We have a wide cinema

screen, high quality sound,

really comfy seats, doors

open 7.30 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

per film for adults and £3 for

kids. Contact Carole Perks on

01298 871 451 or John Butler

on 01298 872025 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. As ever, there's

a warm welcome for old and

new members and guests.

TANSLEY FILM PRESENTS

“THE REVENANT” CERT 15

TUESDAY 7th MARCH

The film is based on the true

story of the legendary

explorer Hugh Glass who is

played by Leonardo DiCaprio.

Glass has joined other civilian

privateers engaged in a US

military expedition led by

Andrew Henry (Domhnall

Gleeson) along the Missouri

river to establish a lucrative

fur-trapping base. Glass and

the others are set upon by

tribesmen-warriors in an

electrifying and terrifying

sequence, in which warning

cries are silenced by the

sibilant arrival of an arrow in

the throat.

The film was much

anticipated at the Oscars last

year. Robbie Collin of The

ploughmans. True to Gary’s

own guilty passion for deserts,

homemade sticky toffee

pudding with butterscotch

sauce; and lemon posset with

blackberry sorbet,

caramelised white chocolate

and meringue, just two of the

delights on the menu.

In the true spirit of the

great British pub, a

premium Sunday lunch with

locally sourced meats:

Roast beef sirloin, roast

shoulder of lamb, roast loin

of pork or grilled plaice with

seasonal trimmings,

destined to be a hit in the

Telegraph believed that, “If

this raw revenge western

doesn’t win Leonardo

DiCaprio an Oscar, nothing

will. “DiCaprio did in fact go

on to win Best Actor.

Screening of the film

starts at 7.30pm in Tansley

Village Hall. Each film is

always shown on the first

Tuesday of every month.

Refreshments are available

from 7pm. No membership is

required. The cosy cinema

has comfortable, upholstered

seats, high definition

projection on a 3.5 metre

Queen Anne Inn

Great Hucklow SK17 8RF

Delicious Home Cooked Food

Real Ale and Guest Beer

Delicious SUnday Roast

BOOKINGS BEING TAKEN FOR

Mother’s Day

~ ~

EVERYONE WELCOME

Closed all day Mondays

prime of the Peak District.

It’s also premium rounds

on the drinks menu. Five

locally brewed cask ales

include Peak Ales’

‘Chatsworth Gold’, and

Derbyshire Brewery’s ‘Triple

Hop’ and ‘Business as

Usual’. Paul’s wine expertise

has created an extensive list

of 80 wines, the pick from all

corners of the grape world,

sourced only from places

Paul has himself visited in

his quest for the best. There

are also plans for wine

tasting, food matching and

spirit and beer events.

Paul added: “We’re ready

to put our roots down having

found such a unique venue

with so much heritage. We

can’t wait to finally launch

and put the Greyhound back

on the map.”

So from whole roasted

plaice and rib-eye steak with

hand cut chips, to log fire

nights with beer battered

haddock, a new life has

definitely been leased into

the Greyhound, ready to

create another era of

intrigue and history of which

Cromford can be proud.

screen and clear, rich sound.

Tickets are £4 at the door or

£20 for any seven films of

your choice with our Free

Choice card on sale at our

cinema.

Advance booking is

essential – email

book@tansleyfilm.org.uk or

phone 01629 584243/07748

545287. See more

information and full details of

our programme at

www.tansleyfilm.org.uk. and

on Facebook or pick up a

programme leaflet from

Tansley Village Hall.

• Lovely rear garden

• Log fires

• Free fibre optic wi-fi

01298 871246 | www.queenanneinn.co.uk

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

Special Mother’s Day

• 3 COURSE MENU •

BOOK NOW! See website for details

Book a table on 01629 815668

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

MOTHER’S DAY

Let us make your day special. Our awardwinning

food, friendly service and relaxed

surroundings are sure to impress.

£28 three courses, children half price.

Bradwell, Hope Valley, S33 9JT | Tel: 01433 621562

www.samuelfox.co.uk | enquiries@samuelfox.co.uk

CARRIAGES BAR & RESTAURANT

in newhaven, near buxton

www.carriagesrestaurant.co.uk

MOTHER’S DAY NORMAL MENU

plus Sunday Lunch and Afternoon Tea

01298 84528

Carriages.restaurant@gmail.com


Your Totally Independent Local Newspaper

Wining, Dining &

Peak Advertiser 27th February 2017 – Page 17

It is that time of year again

when we start off with dry

January or maybe ‘not so

much wine January’, now into

sensible drinking February,

we have reignited those gym

memberships and we are

also trying to do 80% of our

shopping from the vegetable

isle. Some of you are now

starting to look at the wine

too, and we have had several

of you more recently

enquiring about… organic,

The Old Nags Head

EDALE S33 7ZD ~ 01433 670291

2 FOR 1 CARVERIES

UNTIL END OF MARCH ~ BOOKING ESSENTIAL

SATURDAY 3PM - 8PM / SUNDAY 12 - 5PM

(2 Adults £9.95, 2 Children £5.50)

PLEASE PRESENT THIS VOUCHER

HOPE VALLEY PIZZA Co.

• PIZZA DELIVERY SERVICE •

FRESHLY MADE PIZZAS MADE TO ORDER

FOR

WEEKLY

SPECIAL

OFFERS

sustainable and biodynamic

wines.

So… Green Wine?

Organic? Sustainable?

Biodynamic? What does it all

mean and what are the

benefits (if any) of buying

wines with these labels?

We all want do our bit for

USING THE FINEST INGREDIENTS

DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR

NEW MENU NOW

AVAILABLE, SEE IT ON:

www.facebook.com/

hopevalleypizza

Tuesday-Sunday 5.30pm-11.30pm

Established for over 20 years

Based at Calver

Tel: 01433 631706

our ever increasingly

threatened environment but

are these wines all they say

they are…?

The simple answer is no,

but this is more down to the

many different rules and

regulations that accompany

these tags. For example; an

organic wine from USA has to

be made from organic grapes

using only organic additives

such as yeasts or fining

agents and cannot contain

sulphates (used to stabilise a

wine). EU organic wines

follow the same rules but are

allowed to contain certain

levels of sulphates.

Reassurance No 1 -

Many of our wine producers

are small age-old family

concerns where they have

been using minimal

intervention for years, which,

whilst not all are fully certified

organic, they certainly follow

the principles but just don’t

have the stamp to prove it.

Sustainability in wines is

another tough one to decipher

and with wine it is more down

to the huge variety of climates

and environmental factors

where wine is produced and

the associated factors that

these contribute. For

example, a drier region can

struggle more with water

supply, so attention must be

focussed on how to use water

efficiently.

Sustainability is all about

cause and effect and as far as

possible reducing any

potential harm such as overuse

of pesticides, whilst

keeping a keen eye on any

future impact. The many rules

attached to certification in

sustainability also apply to the

bigger picture of caring for the

workforce and their future

too, as well as encompassing

sound business practice.

Reassurance No 2 -

94% of New Zealand’s & 84%

of South Africa’s vineyards are

certified as sustainable.

Biodynamic methods are

becoming increasingly

popular and many of you will

know and love our friends at

Waterkloof in South Africa

who are champions of this

cause. To my mind

Biodynamics encompass the

best of organic viticulture and

sustainability. Yes, it involves a

whole lot more effort on the

wine-makers’ part but surely

that demonstrates the

passion, time and effort they

are willing to invest in creating

the best their land can

produce? It is, in essence, the

theory that everything is

interlinked, from the earth to

the skies and basically what

you put in you get out! Cause

and effect at its best - as

Waterkloof wines prove time

and time again.

Final reassurance -

Even the smallest steps

contribute, so buy local and

from a supplier who knows

the wines’ provenance. Just

don’t forget to recycle the

bottles when you’re done!

If you are interested in

finding out more about

Organic, Biodynamic and

Sustainable wines then why

don’t you have a look at our

w e b s i t e

www.johnhwines.co.uk where

you can filter on these

categories and read up more

on the subject or pop in to our

shop in Bakewell.

BIGGIN HALL

COUNTRY HOUSE HOTEL

BIGGIN-BY-HARTINGTON, DERBYSHIRE SK17 0DH

March Lunch Menu 2017

£13 two course £16 three course

Soup of the Day

Confit of Gressingham Duck with Potato Salad & Puy Lentil Dressing

Smoked Haddock Fishcake with Sweetcorn Puree and Pickled Cucumber

Local Blue Cheese, Green Bean, Walnut, Apple and Rocket Salad

Parma Ham with Stuffed Brie, Grapes and Balsamic Syrup

Biggin Hall Sharing Platter for Two (£5 supplement)

(Continental meats, smoked cheddar, olives, sun dried tomatoes,

olive oil & balsamic and crusty bread

Traditional Lamb Hot Pot with Slow Braised Red Cabbage

Roast Pork Loin with Apricot Stuffing & Apple Chutney with Red Wine Sauce

Pan fried Sea Bream Pea Puree & Smoked Salmon and Caper Butter

(v) Mushroom and Lentil Stroganoff with Basmati Rice & Parsnip Crisp

Oven Baked Mackerel with a Chilli, Lime and Coriander Dressing

Crème Brulee with Confit of Orange & Vanilla Shortbread Biscuit

Chocolate and Hazelnut Torte with Honeycomb

Apple Strudel with Custard

Poached Pear with Stem Ginger, Chantilly Cream and Baked Ginger Crumble

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


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Peak Advertiser Office: (01629) 812159

If you would like to advertise in our next Family Business feature, please call Mark Andrews on 01629 812159 or email: sales@peak-advertiser.co.uk

NEW CLOSE FARM

MULTI AWARD-WINNING LOCAL BUTCHERS

Our family – Jim, Gill, Tom

and Ed are third and fourth

generation farmers and

butchers.

Our shop is situated in

the heart of Bakewell, on

Granby Road and our farm

is on the edge of the

picturesque village of Over

Haddon, an area

renowned for its rich

grazing pastures on which

our cattle and sheep

thrive.

We combine the best of

the traditional farming

values we have inherited

from our parents and

grandparents with a desire

to keep improving what we

do and looking to the

future.

Jim joined his father in

the sixties, learning the

meat trade like his father

before him. He worked at

Sheffield Abattoir until it

closed and thereafter

continued to develop the

business alongside his

wife Gill. Tom and Ed went

on to join them in 2010.

Our ethos is simple: “If

we produce it ourselves,

we know it’s done

properly.”

Butchers Shop of The Year Finalist for the

NE of England

Voted one of the best Traditional Pork

Sausage in the East Mids

NOW ONLINE for local and UK next day delivery

Keep up-to-date: @NewCloseFarm www.newclosefarm.com #gingerbutchers

Granby Croft, Granby Road, Bakewell • Tel: Shop 01629 813121 or Farm 01629 814280

WILLIAM

EYRE & SONS

Wm Eyre & Sons –

Agricultural Merchants has

been established in Brough

for 130 years.

William Eyre, formerly a

joiner and wheelwright,

took over the lease on

Brough Corn Mills in March

1885 and became a corn

miller.

Fast forward 100 years

and we completed our 100

years trading on March

25th 1985 and invited all

our customers to a

Centenary Evening on July

12th 1985. Almost 3000

people attended with staff

and family kept busy

serving Brough Beef Buns

and succulent lamb chops,

with 3 live bands and a

disco and dancing until 4

am.

Wm Eyre & Sons is now

a fifth generation family

business with Geoff’s two

children Rachael and

Robert joining the firm.

Our Peak District Country

Store with everything,

keeps in stock well over

18,000 lines and will try to

obtain unusual products as

a service to customers, and

is situated in the centre of

the Hope Valley with a large

free car park and extra

parking opposite the mill.

Wm Eyre & Sons

The Peak District Country Store with Everything Est 1885

Dubarry Boots

Main Stockist of Barbour & Musto Clothing

Wrangler Jeans • Le Chameau Wellies • Muckboots

Aigle, Hunter and Hi-Tec Boots • Dubarry of Ireland Boots & Clothing

Equestrian and Shooting Clothing • Joules and Toggi Clothing • Sealskin

Workwear (waterproof and overalls, etc), plus a huge range of Wellies and Thermals

Also: Fencing • Gates • Timber • Pet and Animal Feeds • Animal Health

Wild Bird food • Houseware and Hardware • Flour • Tools • Stable Equipment

Shavings • Horsewear • Electric Fencing • Agro-Chemicals • Fertiliser • Grass Seed

Ear Tags • Garden Goods and Britain’s Toys

www.williameyre.co.uk

Brough Corn Mills, Brough, Bradwell, Hope Valley. Tel: 01433 620353 Email: info@williameyre.co.uk

OPEN: Monday – Wednesday 8.30-5.30 Thursdays 8.30-7.00 Fridays 8.30-6.00

E. W. COATES

History of E.W. Coates Butchers

Originally Francis

Coates established a

butchers’ shop in

Alrewas, Staffordshire in

1898.

One of his nine sons

was Eric who, after

working for his father,

decided to open a shop

in Wirksworth.

Eric had three sons,

his eldest, Eric Junior,

worked in the

Wirksworth shop until

the outbreak of World

War II where he served

in the RAF.

After the war in 1949

Eric and his wife Mary

bought a former butcher’s

shop in Two Dales and

reinstated the premises.

Roger, Eric’s son,

came into the business

in 1965 and eventually

took over in 1981 when

Eric retired. Roger and

Susan’s son, Nick, with

Tanya started working

for the firm in 1991 and

in 2010 took over from

his father when he

retired.

Nick now has three

sons, so watch this space

for a sixth generation.

Nick, as with previous

generations, sources

only the finest animals

from local farms and

markets supporting the

local countryside.

F a c e b o o k

#ewcoatesbutchers

FAMILY

BUTCHERS

Beef, lamb and pork personally selected

from local farms. Award-winning pork

pies, sausages, black pudding and home

cured bacon. Restaurants and catering

establishments supplied

CHESTERFIELD ROAD, TWO DALES DE4 2EZ

Call into our shop or call: 01629 733504 or email: ewcoatesbutchers@gmail.com

Edward White outside the fuel station

E T WHITE &

SONS LTD

Edward Thomas White in

1919 started his company

in Grindleford as a coach

and bus company, later

relocating to Calver

crossroads during World

War II.

1957 saw the

development of a fuel

station and then in 2001 the

addition of a Spar

convenience store.

Current owner Edward

White, grandson of

founder Edward Thomas

White, had a desire to open

a farm-style shop, and in

2013 he opened the new

Spar across the road. This

thriving business now

supports over 20 local

suppliers. Together with

housing the local Post

Office, the store offers a

selection of hot and cold

sandwiches and there is an

in-house bakery providing

yummy pastries and

cakes.

More recently saw the

introduction of the

Insomnia coffee shop,

opening adjacent to the

Spar, which serves the best

Fairtrade coffee, hot

chocolate, speciality teas

and tempts you with

delicious cakes and

gourmet sandwiches.

WHITES – CALVER

MORE THAN YOUR AVERAGE CONVENIENCE STORE

“SIMPLY THE BEST CUP OF COFFEE EVERY TIME”

Calver Crossroads, Calver S32 3XH

OPEN 7 DAYS 7am-10pm • FREE large car park

THE

LATHKIL HOTEL,

OVER HADDON

November 2016 saw

the Grigor-Taylor

family celebrate 35

years at The Lathkil. A

lot has changed in the

pub trade since Robert

started running it in

1981. Over that time

we’ve renovated to

move The Lathkil with

the times whilst

keeping the traditional

atmosphere we all

love.

In 2011 Robert

retired, handing over

the reins to daughter

Alice. Now you’ll find

us open all day,

serving traditional

homemade food, 5 real

ales, a fantastic

selection of wines and

over 30 gins!

Enjoy a cosy pint in

winter, and in summer

a beer garden with

probably one of the

most spectacular

views a pub has to

offer. Lots of events

take place throughout

the year with the

pinnacle being our

Beer and Gin Festival

in September.

SERVING TRADITIONAL HOMEMADE FOOD & REAL ALES

BAR OPEN ALL DAY Food served 12.00-2.00pm & 6.30-8.30pm

The Lathkil Hotel, Over Haddon, Bakewell, Derbyshire. DE45 1JE

01629 812501 www.lathkil.co.uk


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Derbyshire's dedicated sales, acquisition and letting agents.

THE EAST WING

Overton Hall, Ashover, Derbyshire

The substantial Grade II listed East Wing of a historic Derbyshire

hall set in beautiful gardens and a wonderful setting overlooking

open countryside.

Reception hall; gym/home cinema/store; drawing room; oak hall/potential dining

room; kitchen/breakfast room; five bedrooms; five bath/shower rooms; off road parking;

landscaped gardens.

Guide price: £675,000 (subject to contract).

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

HALLYARD HOUSE

Over Haddon, Bakewell, Derbyshire

A well-presented stone built house on the edge of this popular Peak

District village close to the market town of Bakewell.

Entrance lobby; hallway; sitting room; dining room; kitchen/breakfast room; master

bedroom with en suite shower room; three further double bedrooms; family bathroom; off

road parking; stone terrace; lawned garden. EPC rating - E.

Guide price: £495,000 (subject to contract).

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

4 RED LION COTTAGES

Grindleford, Hope Valley, Derbyshire

A charming early 18th century freehold cottage featuring a lovely

garden with excellent views over the Hope Valley.

BAY HORSE COTTAGE

Monyash, Bakewell, Derbyshire

A mid terraced cottage with a lovely rear garden ideal as a second

home or holiday cottage.

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

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

– C.

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

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

Sitting room; kitchen; double bedroom; bathroom; good sized garden; stone storage shed.

EPC rating – F.

Guide price: £169,500 (subject to contract).

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

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

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


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Peak Advertiser Office: (01629) 812159

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

The Penthouse, Rutland Mill

Bakewell

NEW

GUIDE PRICE

£400,000-

£450,000

This is a rare opportunity to purchase a spacious and individually designed apartment which will be available

with a contemporary interior design approach within an industrial style building with the original architectural

attributes of the old Sawmill. Energy Rating tbc

• Available off plan finished to individual specifications •



NEW

Centrally positioned in the historic market town of Bakewell •

A unique opportunity to acquire a contemporary apartment

Exceptionally high specification fixtures & fittings

Allocated off-road parking

Quarry Bank

Matlock

GUIDE PRICE

£500,000-

£550,000

A substantial four bedroom detached residence occupying a peaceful setting nestled in generous, well established

gardens. The property includes double garage and ample off-road parking for several vehicles and is well

appointed within highly regarded school catchment, close to shops and amenities. Energy Rating D

• Extensive gardens




Superb far-reaching views


Generous off-road parking for several vehicles

Double garage with generous storage

Peaceful backwater setting

Coldwell End

Youlgrave

NEW

Offers in

excess of

£600,000

A generously proportioned, 4 double bedroom stone built detached residence occupying a superb setting with

stunning uninterrupted views across Bradford Dale. The flexible accommodation is ideally suited for home

worker or dependent relative and is set in the popular Peak Park village of Youlgrave. Energy Rating D

• No upward chain




Stunning far-reaching views


Lady Manners School catchment

Off-road parking and rear garden

Flexible accommodation ideal for dependent relative or home worker

A

S.S.T.C. within 14 days

Longford Close

Bradway

NEW

£275,000

well-appointed, generously proportioned three bedroom semi-detached family home nestled in generous

landscaped gardens. With off-road parking and garage the property is ideally situated within highly regarded

school catchment and easy reach of shops and amenities. Energy Rating C

• Spacious family living accommodation


• Peaceful picturesque setting



Generous landscaped garden with seating terraces

Off-road parking and garage

Well-presented throughout

Make 2017 the year to

get your move on!

If you’re serious about selling,

call your local office today to

book your FREE valuation

SOLD S.T.C.

Offers in the

regions of

£225,000

Shop Premises at York House Baslow

A spacious double-fronted commercial property with amenities, currently run as interior decor retail shop.

Centrally positioned in the popular tourist village of Baslow, on the edge of the Chatsworth Country Estate

and surrounded by stunning Peak Park countryside. Energy Rating C

• COMMERCIAL PROPERTY with a number of retail uses

• No upward chain

• May be split into two units if required

• Popular Peak Park setting • Located on a busy main road close to shops and cafes


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

Matlock Green

Matlock

NEW

GUIDE PRICE

£300,000-

£325,000

A charming Grade II listed, two double bedroom link detached cottage with off-road parking, generous garden

and balcony terrace. The property is centrally positioned in the popular town of Matlock close to the historic

park and an excellent range of local shops and amenities. Energy Rating D

• No upward chain




NEW

Charming enclosed garden with pergola •

Off-road parking and balcony terrace

Central Matlock setting

Surrounded by stunning Derbyshire countryside

Top Cottages

Cressbrook

GUIDE PRICE

£275,000-

£300,000

A generously proportioned, 3 double bedroom Grade II listed mid-terraced cottage occupying an elevated

position and enjoying superb far-reaching views across the village towards Monsal Head. The property retains

charm and character with a wealth of original features alongside high quality fittings. Energy Rating Exempt

• Stunning views




Surrounded by impressive Derbyshire countryside •

Easy access to local walks and cycle trails

Flexible living accommodation

Period features

Manchester Road Tideswell Rock Terrace Bakewell

A generous three double bedroom stone built cottage with enclosed garden and separate utility/WC. Occupying

a peaceful picturesque setting in the popular Peak Park village of Tideswell, close to an excellent range of local

shops, cafes, amenities and country inns. Energy Rating D

• Beautifully presented throughout •

• Peaceful picturesque setting



Spacious family living accommodation

GUIDE

SOLD S.T.C.

Lady Manners School catchment

Close to an excellent range of shops, cafes and amenities

PRICE

£300,000-

£325,000

SOLD S.T.C.

£150,000

A well-appointed two bedroom stone built mid-terraced cottage, occupying an elevated position with

picturesque views and easy reach of an excellent range of local shops, cafes, amenities and country inns within

easy commutable distance of Sheffield, Chesterfield and Derby. The property is surrounded by stunning Peak

Park countryside, with easy access to local walks and cycle trails. Energy Rating D

• No upward chain • Picturesque Peak Park setting • Close to local shops and amenities

• Ideal investment or holiday cottage •

Easy commutable distance to major commercial centres

TO

LET

TO

LET

TO

LET

West Bank

A beautifully presented four bedroom detached stone cottage, full of

character and charm, in the pretty village of Winster. Boasting fantastic

views, off-street parking and a pleasant garden with patio area.

• Recently landscaped gardens

• Outbuilding

• Off-street parking and driveway

• EPC Rating D

NEW

£1100

PCM

Winster

Buxton Road

NEW

£625

PCM

Bakewell

A well-proportioned TWO bedroom mid-terrace stone built cottage,

with enclosed rear tiered seating terrace and picturesque views across

the town. Fully refurbished throughout with gas central heating, the

property is situated close to a wealth of local shops.

• Spacious open plan living

• Part furnished

• Resident parking permits available

• EPC Rating D

Progress Court

NEW

£580

PCM

Bakewell

A great first floor apartment located within walking distance of local

amenities. Briefly comprising of TWO bedrooms, bathroom, and open

plan kitchen and living space.

• Available NOW

• One allocated parking space

• Unfurnished

• EPC Rating E


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Peak Advertiser Office: (01629) 812159

NEW

NEW

Winster

The Byre, Horsecroft Lane

This is a unique opportunity to purchase a stunning coach house conversion in the much sought after Peak

District National Park village of Winster. Individually designed to comprise; 3 en-suite double bedrooms and

one fully fitted study/bedroom, entrance hall with feature staircase leading to the second floor sitting room

giving stunning views over the Peak Park, outstanding designer kitchen/dining area. In addition a good sized

fitted ground floor guest toilet, utility room and integral double garage. Set in a good sized plot with parking

for up to 5 cars and an adjoining paddock, The Byre enjoys a south westerly aspect with wonderful views

from two patios. Built in 2000 to high standard using traditional materials, the property benefits from; double

glazing, a gas combi boiler with heat store, zone controlled under floor heating and an air extraction system

with heat recovery. NO UPWARD CHAIN.

Energy Rating C

Viewing: Matlock Office

Offers Around £635,000

Grindleford

Badgers Wood, Upper Padley

A delightful, quiet location tucked away down a private road, in an idyllic setting an extended two double

bedroom detached bungalow set in approximately three quarters of an acre, adjoining National Trust land

and Padley Woods and with spectacular views over the valley towards Froggatt Edge and over towards

Chatsworth. The property which needs some updating has been recently extended with a lovely kitchen and

shower room, comprises: Sitting room with open fire and patio doors, shower/wet room, large extended dining

room, newly fitted breakfast kitchen with built-in appliances, two double bedrooms and cloakroom. Outside:

Spacious parking and turning area and lovely mature, attractively landscaped grounds with spectacular

southerly views.

Energy Rating TBC

Viewing: Hathersage Office

Offers Around £375,000

NEW

PROPERTIES AVAILABLE TO RENT

Mag Clough House, Mag Clough Farm, Edge Road, Eyam S32 5QN

Newly decorated four bedroom farmhouse

£1250 PCM

1 Kenmuir Cottages, Edale Road, Hope S33 6ZF

Superbly presented two double bedroom stone built cottage

£695 PCM

15 Endcliffe Court, Ashford Road, Bakewell DE45 1GT

One double bedroom luxury executive apartment

£625 PCM

Bamford

10 Beauford House, Bamford Mill, The Hollow

In a spectacular position in this exclusive and popular development with breathtaking views over the River

Derwent and the weir, a three double bedroomed, two bathroomed large penthouse apartment. Gas fired

central heating and double glazing. Stairs and lift to third floor. Reception hall, double bedroom three, large

open plan sitting room and dining room, breakfast kitchen with a range of built-in appliances and spectacular

river and country views. Long inner hallway, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and utility room, double

bedroom two and family bathroom. Outside: communal grounds, two secure undercover parking spaces.

Energy Rating C

Viewing: Hathersage Office

Offers Around £365,000

Little Lilac Cottage, Market Place, Castleton S33 8WQ

Beautifully appointed one bedroom cottage

£625 PCM

Rambler Cottage, Micklow Lane, Smalldale, Bradwell S33 8JQ

Spacious two bedroom country cottage

£595 PCM

2 Lower Terrace Road, Tideswell SK17 8LX

Beautifully presented two bedroom cottage

£575 PCM

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

OUR LETTINGS DEPARTMENT ON

0114 2688702

e-mail: lettings@saxtonmee.co.uk

Matlock:

01629 828 250

Banner Cross:

0114 268 3241

Dronfield:

01246 290992

Hathersage:

01433 650009

Bakewell:

01629 815307


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Peak Advertiser 27th February 2017 – Page 23

NEW

NEW

NEW

Rowsley

2 Stanton Villas, Chatsworth Road

Charming stone built villa, built in 1924 as evidenced by the date

stone to the front aspect and retaining a wealth of period features

and character. The property has been sympathetically modernised

and extended in recent years and is beautifully maintained and

presented throughout. Set back from the road the three double

bedroomed villa has the benefit of pretty gardens to front and rear

along with off-road parking and wonderful open countryside views

on the edge of the Chatsworth estate. Briefly comprises: entrance

hallway, formal sitting room, large family/dining room, dining kitchen

and utility with downstairs W.C. Large dry cellar. At first floor: two

double bedrooms, study and family bathroom. At second floor:

master bedroom with en-suite shower room.

Energy Rating D

Viewing: Matlock Office

Great Longstone Stonecroft, Main Street

A charming period stone built cottage in the popular village of Great

Longstone, the Grade ll listed character property has retained many

original features and is beautifully presented and maintained

throughout. The three double bedroom cottage has the benefit of a

small rear yard and outbuilding and is conveniently located close to

all local services and amenities and is within well regarded school

catchment area. Briefly comprises: entrance vestibule, living room

with original stone fireplace and log burning stove, well-equipped

fitted dining kitchen. At first floor: two double bedrooms and family

bathroom. At second floor: master bedroom with en-suite shower

room. Vacant possession.

Energy Rating E

Viewing: Bakewell Office

Eyam

Middle Cottage, Townhead

Situated in this quiet, historic and very popular Peak District village

an attractive three storey stone built early Victorian mid-terrace

cottage with three double bedrooms and lovely views to the rear up

onto Eyam Edge. Charming sitting room, newly fitted dining kitchen

and luxury bathroom. First floor: two double bedrooms and large

landing. Second floor: superb master bedroom with exposed beams

and walk in en-suite facilities. Outside: cottage garden to front. To

the rear, a patio/parking area with store and access to good sized,

private, separate garden.

Energy Rating E

Viewing: Hathersage Office

Offers Around £385,000

Offers in excess of £330,000

Offers Around £289,950

NEW

NEW

NEW

Hathersage 2 Downing Row, Castleton Road

Situated close to the heart of this very popular and sought after Peak

District village, a charming, two bedroom, extended mid-terrace

cottage in need of some improving. For sale with immediate vacant

possession. Central heating and double glazing. Sitting room,

kitchen, pantry, rear lobby, bathroom with full suite and electric

shower. First floor: front facing double bedroom and good sized

second bedroom giving access to single bedroom three. Outside:

attractive cottage garden to the front with lawn and floral borders

and to the rear, there is a yard.

Energy Rating E

Bamford

Apt.15 Ladybower Lodge, Ashopton Rd

In the heart of the Peak National Park, a superb large, luxury two

bedroom spacious duplex apartment forming part of this historic

property which was originally the Old Pump House for Ladybower

Dam which has been skillfully converted into this very stylish and

popular development. Electric heating, secure parking and full use

of the on-site gymnasium. Entrance hall, master bedroom with

quality fitted furniture and en-suite shower room, staircase to lower

ground floor, lobby, superb, large, open plan lounge/dining room,

fitted kitchen with built-in appliances, double bedroom two and main

bathroom. Outside: extensive communal grounds, secure storage

and bike area and secure gated parking.

Darley Baslow Dale

1 Riverside, 3 Calver Broad Road Walk

This Situated well-presented in the heart and of Baslow maintained, is this beautifully modern, three presented bedroom two

property bedroom is semi-detached situated in a quiet property, location complete in the popular with private village rear of garden Darley

Dale. and private The property off-road has parking the benefit for two of vehicles. gardens Well to front positioned and rear for and the

private professional parking commute for at least to Sheffield, two vehicles. Chesterfield The property and the is surrounding close to all

local Peak District, amenities and and being services within school and within catchment well of regarded the ever popular school

catchment Lady Manners area. secondary Briefly comprises: school in entrance Bakewell. hallway, Internally through comprising; living

room/dining open plan breakfast room with kitchen, French living doors room and fitted with kitchen. multi-fuel At stove first floor: and

two opening double to rear bedrooms, garden. single Main bedroom double bedroom, and family second bathroom. good sized NO

CHAIN. bedroom and modern bathroom suite. Outside; Immaculately

presented rear garden and block paved drive to the front and side

Energy for two cars. Rating VIEWING D ADVISED. NO CHAIN

Viewing: Hathersage Office

Energy Rating E

Viewing: Energy Rating Matlock D Office

Viewing: Hathersage Office

Viewing: Bakewell Office

Offers Around £210,000

Offers Around £189,950

Offers Around £180,000 £225,000

Matlock:

01629 828 250

Banner Cross:

0114 268 3241

Dronfield:

01246 290992

Hathersage:

01433 650009

Bakewell:

01629 815307


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Peak Advertiser Office: (01629) 812159

NEW

PRICE

NEW

CALVER S32 3WZ

14 Lowside Close Offers Around £319,950

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

viewing is essential to appreciate the superb accommodation complimented by low

maintenance and attractive gardens. EPC Rating C

VIEWING: Hathersage Office.

CASTLETON S33 8WU

Top Cottage Pindale Road Offers Around £225,000

A charming stone built 'chocolate box' two bedroom cottage, enviably located just off the

Market Square in the picturesque village of Castleton. The accommodation is arranged over

two floors and requires cosmetic updating in parts but offers superb potential for a holiday

home, second home or downsizer’s residence. An entrance porch leads to a spacious sitting

room with dining area and open fireplace, where two Georgian style windows allow natural

light to flood the room. To the rear of the property is the breakfast kitchen with solid wood

units and door opening to the garden. At first floor level, a landing with rear facing window

leads to the master bedroom with fitted wardrobe, further double bedroom and family

bathroom with shower cubicle and separate WC. Outside, to the rear of property is a south

facing tiered garden with two elevated patios with panoramic views from Mam Tor to the Ridge.

EPC Rating D

VIEWING: Hathersage Office.

NEW

SPRING

NEW

tiDesweLL sK17 8Pw

22 Pinfold Crescent

A three double bedroom semi-detached family home situated on

a quiet cul-de-sac in the village of Tideswell with generous rear

garden and off-road parking. The versatile family accommodation

is arranged over two floors with the ground floor comprising

entrance porch with hall, sitting room, dining room and breakfast

kitchen with adjoining cloakroom / WC. A covered porch at the

side of the property leads to a workshop with additional store and

access to the garden. From the entrance hall stairs lead to the first

floor with three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside,

to the front of the property is driveway parking and a south facing

stone flagged patio. To the rear of the property is a generous

garden, mainly laid to lawn, ideal for young families. Three year

Derbyshire Dales clause applies. EPC Rating D

VIEWING: Bakewell Office.

Offers Around £224,950

AUCTION

Lots Invited

We are now taking lots for our next

property auction.

If you have a property which is

unusual, has holes in the roof, a

wonky gable end, or even something

that is ‘just hard to pigeonhole’;

you should consider contacting Nick

and our dedicated team to discuss

whether selling at auction may be

the right option for you.

0114 236 2420

or

auctions@elr.co.uk

HatHersage s32 1Dt

1 Heathers edge Heather Lane

A stone built, two double bedroom, semi-detached house with offroad

parking, conveniently located in the popular village of

Hathersage. The bright, well planned accommodation is arranged

over two floors with the ground floor comprising broad entrance

hall, cloakroom with WC, sitting room with dining area and open

plan kitchen with breakfast bar and pantry. At first floor level, a

landing leads to two double bedrooms and the family bathroom.

Outside, the property has a south facing patio garden and parking

for one to two vehicles. The property would make an ideal rental

investment, downsizer’s residence or first time purchase.

EPC Rating C

VIEWING: Hathersage Office.

Offers Around £199,950

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 27th February 2017 – Page 25

NEW

NEW

BAMFoRd S33 0dy

4 old Post office Row Main Road Offers Around £209,950

A stone built two double bedroom Victorian cottage conveniently located in the village of

Bamford with off-road parking and rear patio garden. The deceptively spacious

accommodation is arranged over two floors with generous well-proportioned rooms, exposed

stonework and high ceilings. The ground floor comprises sitting room with original fireplace

and stove, dining kitchen with access to cellar and garden room with cloakroom/WC. At first

floor level there are two double bedrooms, including a very spacious master bedroom and

Victorian style family bathroom. Outside, to the rear of the property is a stone flagged patio

garden with pleasant views of adjoining countryside and vehicular access. The property is

offered with no onward chain and would make an ideal first time purchase, holiday let or

investment property. An internal viewing is essential to appreciate the spacious accommodation,

charming features and pleasant rear aspect. EPC Rating D

VIEWING: Hathersage Office.

BAkewell de45 1Bw

Millstream Cottage, 6 Milford Court, Offers Around £175,000

A charming stone built mid-terraced cottage with allocated parking space, conveniently located

in the picturesque market town of Bakewell. The versatile accommodation is arranged over

three floors with groundfloor comprising entrance porch and a double aspect sitting room

with storage cupboard. Stairs rise to the first floor landing with family bathroom and modern

kitchen with breakfast bar and pleasant outlook. The top floor has two bedrooms, one double

bedroom and one small bedroom/ dressing room with views of Manners Wood and the roof

tops of Bakewell. Millstream Cottage is offered with no onward chain and would make an

ideal rental investment, holiday home or first time purchase. EPC Rating D

VIEWING: Bakewell Office.

PROPERTIES TO LET

gReAt HUCklow Sk17 8Rd

Benstor House

£1500 pcm

A lovely well-presented four bedroom family home. Recently

redecorated throughout and having new carpets to the lounge and

dining area. Set in this stunning rural area close to the villages of Great

Hucklow, close to Tideswell and Buxton with all the amenities they have

to offer. Within an excellent school catchment area. Ideally placed

within a short commute of both Sheffield and Manchester.

EPC Rating F

BASlow de45 1SR

yeld wood Barn, nether end £1300 pcm

Three bedroom barn conversion located in the beautiful village of

Baslow. The property has been sympathetically converted retaining

some wonderful original qualities. Easy access for commuting to

Sheffield, Chesterfield, Buxton, Matlock. Close to local amenities.

Parking to the front. Unfurnished. £2500 BOND. Pets negotiable.

EPC Rating C

BAkewell de45 1eS

Flat 1, orme Court, granby Road

£695 pcm

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 comprises an entrance hall, spacious sitting

room with dining area, breakfast kitchen, two bedrooms and a family bathroom.

AVAILABLE NOW. EPC Rating D

FlAgg Sk17 9QR

Hobson Cottage

£675 pcm

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.

The property is offered furnished. AVAILABLE NOW. EPC Rating E

BAkewell de45 1dA

3 Victoria Cottages Buxton Road £595 pcm

Generously proportioned one bedroomed stone built cottage, located

within easy walking distance of Bakewell centre. Stone flagged rear

patio and high terraced garden access via spiral staircase with garage

to the rear. UNFURNISHED, 6-12 MONTH TENANCY. Restrictions -

No smokers or pets. EPC Rating D

Stoney Middleton S32 4UA

8 edge View £650 pcm

A two bedroom mid-terrace cottage in the village of Stoney

Middleton. The property comprises two bedroom, one bathroom,

kitchen diner, good size living room and patio to the rear. Unfurnished.

AVAILABLE NOW.

EPC Rating D

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 Office: (01629) 812159

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• Exceptionally spacious detached family home

• FIVE BEDROOMS

• Two bathrooms and cloakroom

• Fitted kitchen and breakfast room

• Two reception rooms

• Gardens front and rear

• FAR REACHING VIEWS

• Driveway, off-road parking & DOUBLE GARAGE

• NO UPWARD CHAIN EPC=D

• A traditional STONE BUILT COTTAGE

• In need of upgrading

• Large garden, parking and garage

• Three double bedrooms

• Two reception rooms

• Ground floor bathroom

• Spacious landing

• Located in a popular residential area

• NO UPWARD CHAIN EPC=E

Matlock Bath £190,000

Darley Dale £145,000

Lower Hartshay £200,000

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• Three double bedrooms

• Family bathroom

• Dining kitchen

• Spacious sitting room with LOG BURNER

• Terraced garden to the rear

• Views over the River Derwent

• EPC=C

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• Well-presented, spacious, stone fronted home

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• Family bathroom

• Sitting room and dining room

• Reception hallway

• Fitted kitchen

• Gardens to front and rear

• Outside storage shed and W.C. EPC=E

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Guide Price: £150,000 to £175,000

AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE THE LAST REMAINING PLOT WITHIN THIS EXCLUSIVE EDGE OF TOWN

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TAKING IN THE MOST DELIGHTFUL SOUTHERLY ASPECT WITH VIEWS OVER THE VALLEY TOWARDS RIBER CASTLE AND THE

COUNTRYSIDE BEYOND. The internal accommodation briefly comprises, to the ground floor, superb open-plan living dining

kitchen area housing gloss fronted units beneath granite work surfaces together with integral appliances, feature multi-fuel

stove and flooded with natural light via bi-fold fully glazed patio doors. Fitted utility area and two spacious bedrooms both of

which having en-suite facilities, one being a Jack and Jill style family bathroom. Off the first floor landing, two generous

bedrooms, again both of which with boutique style en-suite facilities. Underfloor heating to the ground floor with all wet areas

having independent electric systems and double glazing. Sitting within a larger than average plot boasting parking, low

maintenance, and lawn gardens along with Indian paved south facing patio seating area.

MATLOCK £147,500

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Lot 2 – RED HOUSE FARM, HOLESTONE GATE ROAD, ASHOVER

Red House Farm presents a rare opportunity to acquire an easily managed traditional Derbyshire cottage

farm with extensive outbuildings and approximately 8.5 acres of level land situated in an upland setting

with stunning views to the south and west. The property is in a substantial state of disrepair and thus

presents an opportunity for a “blank canvas” renovation.

Guide Price: £390,000 to £440,000

Matlock: 01629 580228

Ashbourne: 01335 346246

Chesterfield: 01246 209950

A MODERN THREE BEDROOMED END OF TERRACE PROPERTY IN

NEED OF COSMETIC REFURBISHMENT SITUATED WITHIN THIS

HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER AND CONVENIENT EDGE OF TOWN

RESIDENTIAL LOCATION. Accommodation briefly comprises

entrance hallway, cloakroom, dining kitchen and living room.

At first floor level, three bedrooms, one of which with en-suite

shower room and family bathroom. Sitting within a manageable

plot with single garage and having front and rear gardens making

best of the delightful views. A viewing is highly recommended.

EPC Rating: TBC.

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cloakroom/WC, living room with feature living flame gas fire, dining kitchen

with range of appliances and breakfast bar. Glazed French doors open to a

year round conservatory allowing for an additional reception area. Off the

first floor landing are three bedrooms with the master benefiting from an

en-suite shower room. Single garage with recently installed remote

controlled electric door and utility facilities. Viewing highly recommended.

EPC Rating: TBC

Ref: 9099


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Peak Advertiser 27th February 2017 – Page 27

Town & Country Property Specialists

For Sale

New

New

Mill Barn - Kniveton, Ashbourne

Guide Price: £699,950

This is a truly unique opportunity to purchase a superbly presented four bedroom

barn conversion with stables and land extending to 4.60 acres (11.37ha) in all. The

four bedroom accommodation has been converted to a high standard throughout

and is of a practical yet unique style of contemporary design. Awaiting EPC rating.

Enquiries to: Ashbourne Office 01335 342201

Quarry Cottage - Pentrich, Derbyshire

Guide Price: £695,000

A beautifully extended four bedroom family home with stables, grazing land,

workshop and a former quarry offering numerous opportunities, all set in around

7.80 acres (3.16 ha). EPC rating E.

Enquiries to: Bakewell Office 01629 812777

New

For Sale by Auction - Monday 20th March

For Sale by Auction - Monday 18th July

at the Agricultural Business Centre, Bakewell at 3.00pm

New

Bramble Cottage

Sparrowpit, High Peak

Old Hall Barn - Market Close, Hope

Guide Price: £200,000

An excellent opportunity to purchase a Grade II listed semi-detached stone barn

adjoining Win Hill View, situated in the popular village of Hope. The barn comprises two

bedrooms, open plan living area together with a spacious garden and driveway.

Enquiries to: Bakewell Office 01629 812777

New

Land & Stables

Millington Green, Hulland Ward

A lovely range of block and timber

built stables with concrete base with

hardstanding and roadside access.

The site extends to 3.31 acres (1.34ha)

Auction Guide Price: £80,000*

Enquiries to: Ashbourne Office 01335 342201

Land at Big Lane, Hognaston

3.50 acres (1.42ha) of grassland together

with part built stables.

Auction Guide Price:

£ 30,000 - £50,000*

Enquiries to: Ashbourne Office 01335 342201

A charming one bedroom stone cottage

with unique orginal features, in need of

some modernisation and having small

gardens to the front and rear.

Auction Guide Price: £135,000*

Enquiries to: Bakewell Office 01629 812777

Land at Abney, Hope Valley

Excellent opportunity to purchase

approx. 37 acres (14.97ha) of productive

grassland with a small section of

woodland all having road access.

Auction Guide Price: £190,000*

Enquiries to: Bakewell Office 01629 812777

Land at Bonsall, Matlock

Two blocks of land available.

25.42 acres (10.29ha) of grassland together

with a stone building.

4.27 acres (1.73ha) of grassland

Enquiries to: Bakewell Office 01629 812777

Win Hill View - Market Close, Hope

Guide Price: £200,000

A lovely Grade II listed semi-detached stone barn adjoining Old Hall Barn, situated in

the popular village of Hope. The barn comprises two bedrooms, open plan living area

together with a spacious garden and driveway.

Enquiries to: Bakewell Office 01629 812777

For Sale by Informal Tender

New

Woodland off Lea Moor Road,

Lea, Matlock

Guide Price: £80,000

A block of mature amenity woodland with

gated access extending to 2.24 acres

(0.91ha), with planning permission for two

bespoke luxury log cabins for holiday

accommodation.

Offer Deadline: Friday 31st March at 5pm

Enquiries to: Bakewell Office 01629 812777

email: Bakewell@bagshaws.com

To find out more about Bagshaws,

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Ashbourne 01335 342201

Bakewell 01629 812777

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Uttoxeter 01889 562811


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Offers £0,000,000 Around £495,000 NEW £0,000,000 £290,000 NEW £275,000 £0,000,000 NEW £0,000,000 £259,995

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Exciting and significant

changes are under way in the

historic and beautiful parish

church building at

Hathersage. There’s a unique

opportunity to view the church

interior while major

improvements are in

progress. View under the old

floors, work on tile

restoration, and more... don’t

miss this great opportunity –

and be amazed! An open

viewing day takes place on

Saturday 25th February,

9.30am-2pm. Light brunches,

hot soup lunches and drinks

will be available in the

adjoining Bell Room. Parking

is at the Hathersage Hall

Business Centre on the main

road – not up at the church.

After a great deal of

research, planning and

obtaining all necessary

permissions, work began on

9th January to install a new,

efficient and cost-effective

heating system, new lighting

and also to make other

changes that will help to both

enhance the beauty of the

building and also provide a

more equipped building for

future generations.

All over the country our

parish churches are faced

with the need to consider how

they can be secured for the

future as both places of

With the housing market

seeing a traditional surge

in activity over the spring

months, local estate

agency Bagshaws

Residential in Bakewell is

advising homeowners to

get their houses in order

now if they’re keen to sell.

As part of its national

network Sequence,

Bagshaws Residential has

seen a rise in the number

of applicants registering

their interest in a property

in March compared to

February over the past few

years, with 27% more in

2015 and a further 8% in

2016. It has also recorded

Peak Advertiser 27th February 2017 – Page 29

ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY -

give prominence to particular

features of the building as

well as replace an old, out of

date and expensive system.

Hopefully all the work will

SEE HATHERSAGE CHURCH AS NEVER BEFORE

be completed by the end of

May. Meanwhile the church

remains closed – except for

this exciting open viewing day

on Saturday 25th February. To

guarantee your place on a

small group timed tour it

would be helpful if you could

book your place by clicking on

heritage and as centres

where the Christian faith is

part of the whole community.

Tom Crooks Architecture

Ltd of Hathersage have been

appointed and are working

closely and brilliantly with the

church to design and oversee

the whole scheme.

A leading contractor

an increase in the number

of viewings carried out,

with 28% more in March

2015 than the previous

month, and 18% more in

the same period in 2016.

With spring on its way

and interest from buyers

rising, branch manager Liz

Agar at Bagshaws in

Bakewell believes that

spring is the most

aesthetically pleasing time

for potential sellers to get

their property on the

market: “Longer, lighter

days are just around the

corner, and with a bit of

sunlight, homes will look

more attractive. It’s

specialising in the work

required, Heritage, Building

and Conservation of York,

were appointed. They have

undertaken many significant

projects on buildings of

special heritage significance,

including Chatsworth House.

After taking everything out

of the church for safe storage

important that sellers use

this to their advantage and

ensure their homes are

looking their best inside

and out, ready for the

heightened buyer interest

and increased numbers of

viewings. This will really

help when it comes to

attracting more buyers and

consequently getting the

best price possible on your

house sale.”

As more sellers look to

place their property on the

market around the spring

period, now is the ideal

time to get the ball rolling

with regards to selling your

home. Liz adds: “Spring is

the work began. The main

nave pews were stored and all

the old timber floor and cast

iron heating pipes taken away.

Now the original foundation

flooring is exposed for all to

see; mainly bare earth and the

rough foundation stones of

the pillars. It reveals how

amazingly these ancient

IT’S TIME FOR A SPRING TIME SPRUCE UP,

SAYS BAGSHAWS RESIDENTAL

traditionally known as the

busiest time of year for the

property market, which

means competition from

buyers is fierce. With this in

mind, we are urging

anybody who is thinking of

selling their property to get

in touch with us and

instruct an agent that can

ensure maximum exposure

for their property.”

If you have a property to

sell and would like to book

a free market appraisal

with

Bagshaws

Residential, please contact

the branch on 01629

814774 or email:

bakewell@sequencehome.co.uk

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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

Ashbourne Derbyshire Dales Walking for Health 10.30am. Meet at

Ashbourne Leisure Centre, Clifton Road, Ashbourne. Entry Level Walk: Up

to 30 minutes for a walk around the Ashbourne area.

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.

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

For further info. 07870 879734.

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.

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

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.

1st Curbar Guides 7-8.30pm. Calver. For further info. contact Amy 07975

581786.

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.

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

and welcomed. Tel. 01629 640442.

buildings have rested on such

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will be laid at the tile level and

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Sanctuary. These will now be

cleaned and restored to full

view. Those in the Sanctuary

are especially beautiful and

decorative. Some damaged

ones need to be replaced and

a specialist tile company is

being employed.

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flexible use of the areas.

A completely new lighting

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Coming Events

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.

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

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

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.

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.

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

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

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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.

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.

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 Advertiser Office: (01629) 812159

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.

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Coming Events

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:

www.tansleytots.yolasite.com and 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).

Youlgrave Derbyshire Dales Walking for Health 10.30am. Meet at

Coldwell End Car Park, Main Street. Easy walk 60 – 90 minutes, 2nd and

4th Tuesday of the month.

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.

Ashbourne Derbyshire Dales Walking for Health 10.30am. Meet at

Ashbourne Leisure Centre. Long walk 120 - 180 minutes we share cars to

go to different walks around the Dales and Staffordshire borders.

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 Events for

further details.

Bamford Tennis Club Mens S and D Match practice night 6.30pm. Tel.

Martin on 01433 650328.

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.

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.

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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.

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.

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.

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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. 1-2.30pm. 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 Derbyshire Dales Walking for Health 10am. Meet at Fountain

Square, adjacent to the public toilets. Easy walk 60 - 90 minutes 1st and

3rd Wednesday of the month.

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 Derbyshire Dales Walking for Health 9.45am. Meet at

Wirksworth Leisure centre Moderate walk 90 – 120 minutes. We share cars

and go for different walks around the Wirksworth area.

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.

FEBRUARY

1 - 5 MAR HOPTON HALL SNOWDROP GARDENS Open everyday.

10.30am with last admittance at 4pm. Admission: £4 per adult

children 6 to 16 £2, parking free. Tea room situated in the Hall serving

home made soups, filled rolls, cakes and beverages. Our team of

volunteers have been knitting snowdrops all year round, they are

available in the tea room with donations to Macmillan Support. Hopton

Hall, Hopton, Nr Wirksworth, DE4 4DF. www.hoptonhall.co.uk 01629

540923.

22 - 25 HATHERSAGE PLAYERS PRESENT PETER PAN THE

PANTOMIME Hathersage Memorial Hall. 7.30pm. (Saturday matinee

2.30pm). All tickets £5 available from

www.ticketsource.co.uk/hathersage players or tel: 01433 764064.

Ticket sales will help us support Great Ormond Street Hospital, Lane

End Farm Trust – Abney, Hathersage Careline, The “CAMEO” Cafe,

Hathersage.

Thursday

23 BAKEWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am.

Moderate walk 90 – 120 minutes. Meet at Agricultural Business

Centre, Bakewell – park in Pay and Display Car Park.

23 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 8 miles. Moderate. Heatherdene CP, Ladybower and Hagg

Farm. 01629 732628.

23 MATLOCK RAILWAY CLUB Temple Hotel, Matlock Bath - 7.30pm.

Great Central Railway - past, present, future - speaker Mike Riley. Non

members welcome- details 07900 244913.

23 WINSTER GARDEN AND COUNTRYSIDE GROUP invites you to a talk

by Dr Steve Furness 'Sex among the Flowers'. An unusual talk, fully

illustrated by stunning close-up photography and full of interest and

humour. 7.30pm Burton Institute, Winster, DE4 2DQ. Everyone

welcome. Admission £4.

Friday

24 FREE EVENT; NATURE TOTS - FOREST Our ever popular Nature Tots

group is venturing out into the forest! Join us for wildlife themed

games, activities and crafts in the woods. All sessions include a story,

snack and drink. 10.30am–12 noon at Pavilion Gardens, Buxton,

Derbyshire, SK17 BE. This event is one of nine forest sessions which

are free as they are part of the Get Better With Nature project, fully

funded by Nestle Waters UK. Please note that booking is essential

as numbers are limited. To book and for more information contact

Derbyshire Wildlife Trust on 01773 881188 during normal office

hours.

24 & 25 SNOWDROP DAYS Come and see the stunning displays of

snowdrops at The Old Vicarage, King Sterndale and Rockhead House,

Cowdale. Blow away the cobwebs with a beautiful country walk

between the two, then enjoy refreshments and delicious homemade

cake at King Sterndale Parish Hall. 11am-4pm.

Saturday

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

Parking and easy access. Contact 01629 813777.

25 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 6 miles. Moderate. Milldale CP (snowdrop walk), Castern Hall

and Stanshope. 01332 760113.

25 "THE WORLD PEACE PROJECT" How do we make the world a

peaceful place for future generations? Join us for a guided meditation

course, followed by a short film and vegetarian lunch.Cost £15pp.

Everyone welcome. Please book by telephoning the centre or via our

website. Heart Jewel Buddhist Meditation Centre, Holme Road,

Matlock Bath DE4 3NU. 10.30am-2pm. For further information please

contact us on Tel 01629 581585 or

by

email

heartjewelcentre@gmail.com

www.heartjewel.org.uk

25 & 26 WARSLOW,

FARMHOUSE CLEARANCE SALE

Warslow Village Hall. 10am to

4pm. Farmhouse clearance items

of furniture, china, glassware,

curtains, tools, workshop and

garden equipment and much

more. Many quality items at

reasonable prices. Refreshments

available.

Sunday

26 BUXTON RAMBLING CLUB

Start at Pavilions car park, Buxton

(next to swimming pool). Walk 1:

Great Longstone – Short up to 8

miles. 10am. Walk 2: Taddington –

Medium 8-12 miles. 9.30am.

Anyone welcome. Membership £5

single or £8 family per year.

Contact 01298 72230 or 01298

2 3 4 4 1 .

www.buxtonramblingclub.co.uk

26 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 12 miles. Moderate. Papplewick lay by, near The Mill. Robin

Hood Way. 01159 637778.

26 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 8 miles (grade 2). SK 259722.

Baslow CP, Chatsworth park, Beeley, Gibbet Moor, Dobb Edge. 01246

411237. www.halcyon-rambling.co.uk

26 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.

26 PEAK WALKING GROUP – Cromford and beyond, 7 Miles. Start 10am

at Cromford Canal Wharf, White Peak OL 24 SK 300 571. Route:

Cromford Canal / High Peak trail / Stone Centre / Bolehill /

Wigwellnook / Midshires Way / Cromford. Note: Dogs on lead, please.

www.peakwalkinggroup.co.uk. Tel. 07410 982664.

Monday

27 BAKEWELL METHODIST CHURCH COFFEE MORNING Matlock

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

Kankudibi.

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

Ration Book Fashion - Janet Stain. Visitors welcome.

27 WINSTER LOCAL HISTORY GROUP Lead Mining in Winster, by Lynn

Willies. 7.30pm. In the Burton Institute, Winster DE4 2DQ. Lynn will

begin his illustrated talk by considering the importance of local

geology to the development of early lead mining in Winster and go on

to describe the main mines and their development up to the time of

the boom in production in the mid-eighteenth century. Lynn has a vast

knowledge of all aspects of Winster history, so be assured that his

illustrated talk will deal with the social side as well. Everyone

welcome.

Tuesday

28 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Mam Nick CP NT (fee). Cave Dale and

Peak Forest. 01629 825726.

28 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Rowsley Old Station CP. Stanton Moor.

01629 734214.

28 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am –

Easy walk 60 – 90 minutes. Meet at Bonsall, Fountain Cafe, parking

opposite.

28 MEDITATE IN BUXTON Live Like Never Before - Foundation for

Change. Meditation Classes for Everyone. Meditation classes at

Samudra Buddhist Centre, 47 High Street, Buxton, SK17 6HB, from

7.30-8.30pm. These classes are suitable for everyone. The facility fee

is £5 (£4 concession). For more information please contact Samudra

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

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

and facebook.com/SamudraBuddhistCentre.

28 PANCAKE & COFFEE MORNING 10am-12 noon. Tansley Village Hall.

Admission £2.50 inclusive. Proceeds for Tansley Holy Trinity Church.

28 ‘POP INTO A PANCAKE PARTY’! All Saints Bakewell Parish Church

Shrove Tuesday Tea... starting at 3.30- till 5.30pm, in our big meeting

room the Newark. Games, activities, scrumptious pancakes to eat, to

celebrate Shrove Tuesday. There is something for all ages to enjoy. All

children must be accompanied by their Carers. For further

information please contact Kath 01629 812457.

28 YOULGRAVE DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10.30am

– Meet at Coldwell End Car Park in the village for an easy walk around

Youlgrave area, Birchover and Stanton in Peak. We also share cars to

walk further afield.

Wednesday

1 CROMFORD W.I. Cromford Institute, The Hill, Cromford. 7.30pm. Step

into Englands Story, South East England - Christine Levasseur. Visitors

and new members welcome.

1 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Crich Market Place, Plaistow Green,

Shuckstone and Upper Holloway. No dogs please. 07814 561590.

1 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 11 miles. Moderate. Calver Bridge Inn/School. Hassop, Black

Harry Gate, Stoney Middleton. 01773 747380.

1 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 12 miles. Moderate. Birchin Clough on A57. Alport Castle,

Westend Moor, The Ridge, Grains in the Water. cc 9.10am Calver Slip

road. 01629 732774.

1 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am.5 miles (grade 2). SK 250788.

Grindleford Station, Oaks Wood, White Edge Lodge, Longshaw, Padley

Gorge. 01142 2306 109. www.halcyon-rambling.co.uk

1 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Easy

walk 60 - 90 minutes. Meet at Tansley, Alders Lane, T junction with Carr

Lane/Cunnery Lane.

1 MEDITATE IN BUXTON Live Like Never Before - Foundation for Change.

Meditation Classes for Everyone at Samudra Buddhist Centre, 47 High

Street, Buxton, SK17 6HB, from 10.30-11.45am. These classes are

suitable for everyone. The facility fee is £6 (£5 concession). For more

information please contact Samudra Buddhist Centre on 01298 79777,

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

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

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

Darley Dale. 7.30pm. Paul and Len will be giving a talk entitled ‘Dad’s

Bees’.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 Carlton Lees – park in pay

and display car park.

2 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 8 miles. Moderate. Middleton by Wirksworth Village Green.

Middle Peak Quarry, Black Rock, Cromford Moor. 01629 822372.

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Coming Events

2 COME AND JOIN MEMBERS OF CRESSBROOK BAND AT THEIR

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 7.30pm for 8pm start. Following the

meeting which is held in 'The Cressbrook' Club, there will be a pie

and peas supper and a fun quiz. All are welcome!

Friday

3 BASLOW FELLOWSHIP GROUP St Anne’s Church, Baslow. 10am.

Ecumenical Women’s World Day of Prayer Service. All are welcome.

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

Refreshments. Elizabeth Holloway ‘Off the Boats’. Living on a narrow

boat. New members welcome. Just turn up or tel. Christopher Wragg

01246 583228.

3 WOMEN’S WORLD DAY OF PRAYER Am I Being Unfair to You?

prepared by the Christian Women of the Philippines. All Saints

Church, Smedley Street, Matlock 2pm.

Saturday

4 BUXTON FIELD CLUB Methodist Church on the Market Place, starting

at 7.30pm. Iberian Birds - Speaker John Gardner.

4 COFFEE MORNING in aid of ‘Singing for the Mind’ and the Defibrillator

costs. Eyam Mechanics Institute. Stalls with tombola, lots of gifts and

bric a brac, cakes, preserves. Music and coffee at 60p per cup which

includes entrance. Please support.

4 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 6 miles. Moderate. Middleton by Youlgreave MP. Bradford Dale,

Dale End and Smerrill. 01629 650092.

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. We have a mixed programme of visiting

demonstrators, hands-on sessions under the guidance of more

experienced members and a monthly competition. We welcome

professional pyrographer, Bob Neill. As well as demonstrating his

craft Bob will be giving instruction to anyone wishing to try their hand

at this skill. 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.

Sunday

5 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 11 miles. Moderate. Longshaw Estate NT CP (fee). Burbage,

Higger Tor, Padley. 07773 920792.

5 HALCYON RAMBLING CLUB 9.45am. 9 miles (grade 3). SK 256725.

Baslow (top of Eaton Hill), Curbar Edge, Baslow Edge (cut off),

Gardom’s Edge, Dob Edge, Chatsworth. 0114 2306109. www.halcyonrambling.co.uk

5 PEAK WALKING GROUP – Abney Moor, 7.5 Miles. Start 10am at Great

Hucklow OL 24 SK 178 778 red phone box. (Street parking in Great

Hucklow.) Route: Great Hucklow / Abney Moor / Wolfs Pit / Oaks Farm

/ Bretton Clough / Great Hucklow. Note: Dogs on lead please.

www.peakwalkinggroup.co.uk. Tel. 07410 982664.

Monday

6 BAKEWELL METHODIST CHURCH COFFEE MORNING Matlock

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

Methodist Church.

6 OXFAM JUMBLE SALE Town Hall, Bakewell 9.30 to 12.00 Jewellery,

bricabrac, home produce, toys, books, clothes and refreshments.

Entrance 30p.

6 ROLL AND STROLL ACCESSIBLE WALKS 11am–1pm. Hassop Station

on the Monsal Trail. Come and join us at Hassop Station Café setting

out at along the Monsal Trail for a lovely walk. Roll and Stroll are fully

accessible walks, they start and finish from the venue where the pace

and length of walk are set by you. Disabled parking, good food,

refreshments, accessible toilets (sometimes radar keys) and picnic

tables are available – bring a packed lunch or get some lunch at the

cafes. For more information contact Enable on 01246 599999.

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 and good disabled access.

Enquiries please ring Joan on 01335 390377.

Tuesday

7 CHRISTIAN AID HUNGRY LUNCH 12 noon to 2pm. Baslow Village

Hall. Tickets £5 to include soup, roll, butter, cheese, apple, coffee or

tea. Traidcraft stall. Cakes, preserves and gifts stall. More info. and

tickets from 01246 583375.

7 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

11am. 4 miles. Extra leisurely. Alderwasley, Bear Inn. Longway Bank,

Hankin Farm. 01773 835008.

7 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Youlgreave Moor Lane CP. Lathkill Dale

and Bradford Dale. 07768 448533.

7 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10.30am. 6 miles. Moderate. Hognaston VH. Atlow. 01335 370473.

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.matlock-iam.webs.com/

7 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am –

Easy walk 60 – 90 minutes. Meet at Ashover Village Hall.

7 MEDITATE IN BUXTON. Live Like Never Before - Foundation for

Change. Meditation Classes for Everyone. Meditation classes at

Samudra Buddhist Centre, 47 High Street, Buxton, SK17 6HB, from

7.30-8.30pm. These classes are suitable for everyone. The facility fee

is £5 (£4 concession). For more information please contact Samudra

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

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

and facebook.com/SamudraBuddhistCentre.

7 TANSLEY FILM 7.30pm in Tansley Village Hall. The Revenant. Cert

15. 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 CLOTHES SALE Designer and high street ladies clothing sold at a

fraction of the normal price. Sizes 6-22. 7pm. The Gate Inn, Tansley.

Tickets £5 each. Tickets on sale from the Gate Inn and Tansley school

office. All proceeds to Tansley Primary School to extend the outdoor

play area.

8 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10.30am. 6 miles. Leisurely/moderate. Ilam Hall CP (NT) (fee),

Rushley and Calton. 01629 732628.

8 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 11 miles. Moderate. Wetton CP, Wetton, Butterton, Onecote,

Grindon. 01335 370276.

8 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 11 miles. Moderate. Puss in Boots PH on B5023, Ravensdale

Park, Turnditch. 01773 827713.

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

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

Wilson-McGladdery Duo. www.folkandblues.club or call 07913

331078.

8 MATLOCK DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am. Easy

walk 60 - 90 minutes. Meet at Rowsley – Peak Village Walkers’ Car

Park.

8 MEDITATE IN BUXTON Live Like Never Before - Foundation for

Change. Meditation Classes for Everyone at Samudra Buddhist

Centre, 47 High Street, Buxton, SK17 6HB, from 10.30-11.45am.

These classes are suitable for everyone. The facility fee is £6 (£5

concession) . For more information please contact Samudra Buddhist

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

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

and facebook.com/SamudraBuddhistCentre.

Thursday

9 BAKEWELL DERBYSHIRE DALES WALKING FOR HEALTH 10am.

Moderate walk 90 – 120 minutes. Meet at Alport – park in the layby

on main road.

9 CALVER, CURBAR AND FROGGATT W.I. Village Hall, Calver. Stephen

Coates - Sir Joseph Whitworth. Visitors welcome.

9 CALVER FILM Village Hall, Calver. 7.30pm. Bridget Jones Baby. 123

mins. Starring Renee Zellweger, Gemma Jones and Jim Broadbent.

Bridget’s focus on single life and her career is interrupted when she

finds herself pregnant, but with one hitch! She can only be fifty per

cent sure of the father! Calver Film is a membership club costing

£20. Guest tickets cost £5.00. For further information contact Denise

Hall 01433 630760.

9 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 8 miles. Moderate. Monsal Head roadside, Chertpit, Black

Harry Gate, Great and Little Longstone. 01629 824868.

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

Presentation on Scottish Main and English Branch Lines. Non

members welcome - details 07900 244 913.

9 THE FARMING LIFE CENTRE WALKS 1.15pm. Baslow to Chatsworth:

Meet at main Derbyshire Dales Car Park at Nether End in Baslow

behind the village hall. A lovely walk starting in Baslow village going

through the wheelchair gate into Chatsworth Park, passing the

cricket ground and following the river. Coffee afterwards. To book a

place, or for more information please contact 01298 85162.

9 - 11 BAKEWELL YOUTH THEATRE PERFORM 'FAME JUNIOR' at

Bakewell Medway Centre. 7.30pm. Tickets £8, £5 (Concession) £22

(Family ticket) Available at Medway, Maxwell's Book Shop or Di

Bradwell 01629 812104.

Friday

10 BAMFORD AND DISTRICT HISTORY GROUP The Bamford Institute.

8pm. Friends of the Peak District ‘History of the Peak District’.

Visitors welcome.

10 CRESSBROOK FILM CLUB Middle Row, Cressbrook. BOY (cert PG)

It's 1984. On the rural east coast of New Zealand Michael Jacksons

"Thriller" is changing teen-agers lives. This film is a hilarious and

heartfelt coming-of-age tale about heroes, magic and music. Boy's

other hero, his dad Alamein, is the subject of Boy's fantasies - in

reality he's in jail. When his dad returns after 7 years away Boy is

forced to confront the man he thought was his hero and get along

with his real dad. Doors open 7.30 for 8pm, the bar will be open for

refreshments before and after the film and as ever, there's a warm

welcome for old and new members and guests. Guest tickets

available at £5 per film for adults and £3 for kids. Contact Carole on

01298 871 451 or John on 01298 872 025 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.

10 MATLOCK ANTIQUES AND COLLECTABLES SOCIETY Imperial

Rooms, Imperial Road, Matlock. 7.30pm. Life as an Auctioneer and

the Antiques Trade - Charles Hanson.

Saturday

11 'CANOEING THE YUKON IN SEARCH OF GOLD FOLLOWING THE

FOOTSTEPS OF THE 1898 STAMPEDES' An illustrated talk by Sally

Cave from the Hope Valley. Peak Forest Reading Room at 7.30pm.

Admission £5.00 pay on the door. Funds raised in aid of Peak Forest

Reading Room.

11 DERBYSHIRE DALES GROUP OF THE RAMBLERS’ ASSOCIATION

10am. 6 miles. Moderate. Kirk Ireton, Main Street, Beighton Hill.

07974 413839.

11 NORTH DERBYSHIRE COTTAGE GARDEN SOCIETY: A talk by Teresa

Clements on the history of English tulips, at the Temple Hotel,

Matlock Bath, at 2pm. Visitors and new members welcome.

Sunday

12 ASHBOURNE ANIMAL WELFARE MARCH MADNESS OPEN DAY

11am-4pm. The Ark, Wyaston Rd, Ashbourne. Spring into action and

visit The Ark. Volunteer dog walkers, fundraisers, cattery helpers and

cake bakers needed or just come along for a look round. Visit the

cattery and kennels. Homemade lunches and teas. Gifts, books, bric

a brac and toys. Free admission. Tel 01335 300494 for more info or

visit http://www.ashbourneanimalwelfare.org/

12 BAKEWELL AND ASHFORD FILM SOCIETY 7pm. Medway Centre,

Bakewell. Florence Foster Jenkins. Cert PG. 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. 10 miles. Moderate. Hathersage train station, Highlow Clough,

Abney, Offerton. 07951 133668.

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. 10 miles (grade 2+). SK 266803.

Fox House, White Edge - (cut off), Curbar Edge, Froggatt Edge. 01246

418933. www.halcyon-rambling.co.uk

12 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.

12 PEAK WALKING GROUP – Stoney Middleton, 7 Miles. Start 10am,

Lay-by west of the Moon Inn, OL 24 SK 223 757. Route: Stoney

Middleton / Eyam / Sir William Hill / Bretton / Eyam /Stoney

Middleton. Note Dogs on leads. www.peakwalkinggroup.co.uk. Tel.

07410 982664.

Monday

13 BAKEWELL METHODIST CHURCH COFFEE MORNING Matlock

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• Logs

3Fully Insured

01433 631761

BAKEWELL TREE CARE LTD.

& GARDENING SERVICES

A. Crich

• Tree Surgery • Hedge Cutting Removal & Planting

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

undertaken • Logs For Sale • Mowing Contracts Undertaken

• Mowing, Seeding & Turfing • Garden Clearance

• Pesticide applications • Stump Grinding Service available

NPTC CERTIFIED – FULLY INSURED

Free quote @ competitive rates.

Call Andy Crich on 07814 524 305

www.bakewellonline.co.uk

TREE SURGERY AND

LANDSCAPING

TEL: 01629 760504

Specialists in tree pruning;

garden trees, shrubs and fruit trees

All other tree work undertaken

including removal of difficult

and dangerous trees

Stump grinding

Over 30 years’ experience

info@emerylandscapes.co.uk

www.emerylandscapes.co.uk

Telephone: 01629 735728

Mobile: 07980 041117

J.P. Hand

www.a6treecare.co.uk

birchoverlandscapes

CALL US FOR

• Landscaping • Garden Construction

• Garden Clearance • Turfing/Reseeding

• Fencing/Decking • Patios/Ponds

• Driveways • Green Waste Removal

Whatever your requirements give us a call

and see what we can do for you.

NO JOB TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL!

Call now on 07976 264972 or 01629 733999

for a free quote and advice.

Designing, creating, maintaining your landscape


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SITUATIONS VACANT

DOMESTIC HELP

WANTED

PRIVATE HOUSE ~ DARLEY DALE

3-4 hours per week

Tel: 01629 732500

Retail Staff

Wanted

for AdventureQuip in Castleton

Full-time, weekend and part-time available.

We want a friendly, outgoing person with a

keen interest in outdoor activities.

Applications please to

julian@safariquip.co.uk

HOUSEKEEPER

Needed for a small modern holiday bungalow in

Great Longstone for four hours a week on most Fridays

and at other times as required. Excellent rates of pay.

Reliability and high standards essential.

Please contact Alison on 0788 1825 930 or

alison@watsonw4.com

Fresh as a Daisy are looking

for enthusiastic, hardworking

individuals to join our newly

established cleaning company.

Here at Fresh as a Daisy we pride ourselves

for delivering the highest of standards to

our growing client base.

The hours of work are flexible over a 5 day week between

9am-5pm. We offer excellent rates of pay with a generous

mileage allowance.

Applicants must hold a valid driving licence

in order to carry out shopping and leisure visits.

Uniform is also provided.

For more information please contact Natasha

on 01629 735010 or email your CV to

enquiries@freshasadaisycleaningltd.co.uk

RIVERSIDE GARAGE

BAMFORD

We are looking for a

Full-time Mechanic/

MoT Tester

if possible but can put forward for testing if

required. We are a small but busy local business

with a good reputation. Hours are 8 til 6,

Monday to Friday with usual holidays.

Give me a ring or call in for a chat

Andy Wilson 01433 651950

Recruitment in the Peak

www.peak-jobsolutions.co.uk

SMITH DENTAL

PRACTICE

Have a vacancy for a

DENTAL RECEPTIONIST

PART-TIME

Experience of normal office

procedures an advantage

Applications for details - with CV - to

sdp@haddonbarn.plus.com

Choose something better.

Choose Derbyshire.

Care Worker (Community)

(2 Posts – Part Time)

DCC/17/3788

Grade 5 £8.28 - £8.75 per hour

Permanent and Fixed Term Contract,

Covering for secondment until end of

July 2017

25 hours per week

Whitworth Hospital, Darley Dale

We have vacancies in our Derbyshire Dales

and Hope Valley home care team that covers

Tansley, Starkholmes, Cromford, Matlock Bath,

Winster, Bonsall, Youlgrave, Matlock Matlock and other and

villages other villages in that in that vicinity. vicinity. The The job involves

supporting individuals to live in their own

homes and assist with personal care, problem

solve, solving, medication, meals and meals some and household some

tasks. household Understanding tasks. Understanding empathy and empathy with the

needs with the of needs older of people older people is essential is essential as is the as

ability is the ability to to communicate effectively and

sensitively in order to maintain people's dignity

and promote independence. The successful

applicant will be part of a home care team that

meets regularly and has 1:1 supervisions with

a domiciliary service organiser who will

arrange relevant and appropriate training. The

training is free to successful applicants and so

is DBS clearance, uniforms and all other work

related equipment. The job requires someone

who can travel across the the patch and and be be able able to

work to work flexibly flexibly on a on 5 in a 57 day in 7 rota day basis rota which basis

includes which includes evenings, evenings, weekends and bank

holidays. There is a requirement to record

factual information on client's needs and

attend all statutory training. The posts are 25

hour contracts but we can be flexible if

necessary, there are often additional hours

available. For further information please ring

either Chris Roper on 01629 532365 or

Thelma Quince on 01629 532654.

Application packs for all vacancies are

available online at

www.derbyshire.gov.uk/jobs or from

Call Derbyshire on 01629 533190

Closing date: 5 March 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

Peak Advertiser Office: (01629) 812159

Recruiting for:

Finance

Engineering

Commercial

PA & Secretarial

Hospitality

Retail

01629 814222

HANDYMAN / GARDENER

REQUIRED IN BAKEWELL AREA

MUST HAVE OWN EQUIPMENT

2 days a week all year around ~ 07860 540870

PSV COACH

DRIVERS REQUIRED

• Full and Part-time positions.


Part-time driver for local runs as

and when required, would suit

retired driver.



J.A. HARDY LTD

Based at Wensley near Matlock.

Has a vacancy for a

STEEL FABRICATOR / WELDER

Must be competent with mig and MMA welding processes.

Safety certificates would be advantageous but not essential.

40 hours + overtime. Good rate of pay.

Must be good time keeper.

Shop and site work.

Plant experience beneficial, but not essential.

Telephone Jim Hardy

01629 650850 or Mobile 0791 9596712

or Steve Donegan / Foreman

01629 650915 or 07917 015463

Full-time driver for local work, day

trips, private hire and possibly tours.

FULL MANUAL PCV

LICENCE AND CPC

ESSENTIAL

Slacks

Travel

TEL (01629) 582826 / 584192

Email: enquiries@slackscoaches.co.uk

K V & G L SLACK LTD, THE TRAVEL CENTRE,

UPPER LUMSDALE, MATLOCK DE4 5LB

Due to business growth

The Izaak Walton Hotel, Dovedale

Nr Ashbourne is recruiting

We have both FULL-TIME & PART-TIME

permanent positions to join our growing team

FULL-TIME RECEPTIONIST

BAR AND WAITING-ON STAFF

SOUS CHEF AND CHEF DE PARTIE

DUTY MANAGER

COMPETITIVE RATES OF PAY

For more details please call

01335 350981and ask for Shura

or email your CV and covering letter to

shura@izaakwaltonhotel.com

RECRUITING VOLUNTEERS

FOR 2017

If you would like to find out how you can

help us tell the story of our historic village,

please come along and meet us at the

museum on:

Wednesday 1st March between 11am and 2pm

or Friday 3rd March between 3pm and 6pm

Hawkhill Road • Eyam • S32 5QP

If you cannot attend on either of those days,

please do call Lynette Sidhu on

07966 183192 for an informal chat about

how you may be able to help

www.eyam-museum.org.uk

We are recruiting!

CAFÉ SUPERVISOR

AND SERVING STAFF

Good food and good service mean everything to us and we don’t

want to let our customers down.

So if you are enthusiastic and hard-working, come and join our

fantastic team.

For daytime, evenings, weekends and school holidays.

Full-time and part-time. Flexible hours, so must be flexible.

Previous applicants need not apply.

CAFÉ SUPERVISOR is needed for daytimes, some evenings and

weekends. Must be dynamic, confident, trustworthy and professional.

You will be the face of our business and supervising up to ten floor staff.

SERVING STAFF must be energetic, polite, smart and reliable.

Ability to smile is essential.

email: duncan@hassopstation.co.uk

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGIST

Conformance, an independent technical consultancy

business, requires a consultant specialising in electrical

and electronics technology, the basic requirements are

summarised below:

Essential:

• A qualification in electrical and/or electronics,

preferably degree level or higher;

• Post qualification experience that demonstrates

the ability to apply the acquired technical training.

Beneficial:

• Experience of completing the CE marking process

with respect to the following directives:

LVD;EMC;WEEE;RoHS;RED;ECO;

• Experience of product design and development;

• Experience of working in professional services

business;

• Experience of reading and interpreting technical

standards and legislation;

Direct experience of working as a consultant is not

essential.

Should you wish to see the full job description

please send a request to

recruitment@conformance.co.uk

To apply for this post please submit your CV and a

covering letter to:

The General Manager,

Conformance Limited,

Great Hucklow,

Buxton,

SK17 8RG


Your Totally Independent Local Newspaper

SITUATIONS VACANT

HATHERSAGE

MEMORIAL HALL

CLEANER/S REQUIRED

for this valued and well used local community

centre to start as soon as possible.

A minimum of 5 hours per week and

up to 8 hours as required.

The position requires some flexibility regarding

additional hours.

Contact the Booking Officer - Mobile 07470 297297

or email: booking@hathersagememorialhall.org.uk

1888

S. Anselm’s School

Bakewell

requires Cleaners

weekday evenings during term time

Contact: Beverley.beck@anselms.co.uk

S.Anselm’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting

the welfare of children. All applicants must be willing to

undergo child protection screening appropriate to the

post, including checks with past employers.

Housekeeping

20 Hours/week

We are looking for a motivated, energetic and

hard working person to join our Housekeeping

Team at the Hollowford Centre, Castleton.

20 hours per week, will include some weekends

as the Centre is open 7 days a week. The

successful applicant needs to be flexible in

their approach to the position.

You will be required to complete an Enhanced

DBS check and undertake a First Aid course.

Good rate of pay, holidays and company bonus

scheme. Starting beginning of April 2017.

Closing date Monday 13 March 2017

For an Application Pack, please contact:

Hollowford Centre; Tel. 01433 620377

email: vanessa@hollowford.org

COOK / CAFÉ ASSISTANT

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

Derbyshire Specialist Aggregates Ltd one of the

leading decorative aggregate suppliers in the UK

INTERNET SALES

ASSISTANT

Due to our continued growth we are looking for an

outgoing, self motivated person to work in our internet

sales department at Youlgrave.

The successful applicant must be able to work as part of a

team in our very busy sales office.

We are looking for a quick thinking individual, who is

motivated by challenges and be able to communicate well

with customers over the telephone and provide great

customer service. Applicants must be IT literate,

however full training will be given. Own transport would

be required.

Salary; negotiable

Please email CV to leanne@derbyaggs.com or post to:

Leanne Parker, Derbyshire Aggregates Ltd, Arbor Low

Works, Youlgrave, Derbyshire. DE45 1JS

ACCOUNTS

ADMINISTRATOR

We are looking to appoint a full-time accounts

administrator to join our small team.

The successful candidate will be expected to work across

both sales and purchase ledgers, and should have

excellent attention to detail, a high level of accuracy and

be self-motivated with a flexible approach to cover all

aspects of this busy office.

We are looking for a reliable person with long term

commitment. Experience of using Pegasus Opera

accounting software would be an advantage.

Due to the location of the company own transport is

essential

Salary; negotiable

Please email CV to yvonne@derbyaggs.com or post to:

Yvonne Vaines, Derbyshire Aggregates Ltd, Arbor Low

Works, Youlgrave, Derbyshire. DE45 1JS

HGV DRIVER

REQUIRED

Class 1, preferably tanker

experience

Phone Garry, ABH Longcliffe

01629 540606

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

Assistant

Café Manager

The National Stone Centre is seeking an

Assistant Cafe Manager to help establish and

grow an exciting new venue.

The candidate must be enthusiastic, have

good communication skills and committed to

providing a quality service.

Experience in running a catering business is

essential. Candidates must have the required

Food Hygiene standards, be flexible and have

a positive attitude.

The job is dependent on suitable references.

The hours required are 40hrs per week with

weekend working on a pro rata basis.

There may be some catering requirements for

evening functions.

A competitive salary is offered.

Closing date 3rd March.

Interviews 7th March.

Please send your CV with a covering letter to:

Mr Jerry Climpson, General Manager,

National Stone Centre, Porter Lane,

Wirksworth. DE4 4LS

or email: NSC@nationalstonecentre.org.uk

No Agencies please.

Peak Advertiser 27th February 2017 – Page 35

Mount Pleasant

Grindleford

Qualified

MOTOR MECHANIC

required

MoT Tester an advantage

01433 630957

We are looking for dedicated, reliable

and friendly people to join our team at

The Peacock at Rowsley

There are opportunities for

part and full-time hours

in our restaurant, reception and kitchen

For further information, please contact

reception@thepeacockatrowsley.com

or telephone 01629 733518

Renishaw Hall is looking for enthusiastic, foodminded

people to join the catering team at

The Café.

PART-TIME COOKS

Join the Head Cook at Renishaw to create wonderful

home-made food for our visitors. A passion for food

is needed as well as a good working knowledge of a

range of hot & cold food.

Level 2 or 3 Food Hygiene Certificate is preferred.

CATERING ASSISTANTS

The ideal candidates will have good customer service

skills, be friendly and helpful, excellent team players

and cope well under pressure.

Previous customer service or catering experience

would be beneficial.

To apply or for more information contact

The Estate Office on 01246 432310

or email your CV to enquiries@renishaw-hall.co.uk

Family

Now recruiting for

2017

Seasonal Team

Exciting career opportunities are available at our

Family Theme Park in Matlock Bath.

We are looking to recruit staff for our 2017 season that

begins on Saturday 25th March.

With such a diverse set of areas and attractions we have all kinds of roles available,

we are looking to recruit in the following areas:

Ride Operators

Retail Assistants

Catering Assistants

Park Cleaning Operatives

Entertainers

Nerf Zone Operatives

All ages welcome, flexible working hours, no experience necessary

A hands‐on approach is essential for all positions

Please apply by sending CV to:

Recruitment 2017, Gulliver’s Kingdom,

Matlock Bath, Derbyshire, DE4 3PG

or email CV to lee.stacey@gulliversfun.co.uk

Gulliver’s Kingdom, Matlock Bath

Tel. 01629 580130

are looking to recruit

CARE STAFF

in Bakewell, High Peak, Darley Dale,

Matlock and Wirksworth

We have full-time and part-time hours and also require

RELIEF /

BANK STAFF

Hours are to include early morning start, tea and

evening work and weekend cover.

Disclosure, training costs and uniform all met by the company.

We offer excellent rates of pay with good mileage

advance and weekend rates.

Please contact Honour for further information on

01629 735100

07772 783972

or jobs@daisychainhomecare.co.uk


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SITUATIONS VACANT

HGV Drivers

REQUIRED – Class 2

FULL-TIME POSITION

Hiab licence – however, full training will be given

Good work with a good company

May be odd night out

For more information ring 01629 582272

Arthur Forbes & Son Ltd

A small family business in Buxton

have a vacancy for a

Full-time MoT Tester

D.V.S.A. Approved,

Trained Mechanic

Salary negotiable for the right person.

For more information and to apply,

please phone 01298 26531 daytime or

after 6.00pm 01298 214272

CONGRATULATIONS

BOOKKEEPING

HOME HELP SERVICES

HAIR AND BEAUTY

WEDDINGS

PeakAdvertiser

Distributors Required

We are currently looking for newspaper delivery

people for either immediate start or to be added to

our waiting lists for various towns and villages within

the Peak Advertiser distribution area. See below

Cromford, Bradwell, Curbar,

Youlgrave, Padley &

Middleton by Youlgrave

For further information please contact Martin on:

01629 812159

or email enquiries@peak-advertiser.co.uk

Congratulations on passing

your driving test to

Ryan Pettit

Best wishes from Philippa Tilbrook ~

TOP GEAR SCHOOL OF MOTORING

07773 288 636

BOOKKEEPING

including VAT returns, payroll,

self assessment returns, accounts for

sole traders, partnerships and companies.

All work completed by qualified,

experienced professional.

Please contact 07962 400669

or email rex@rbsol.co.uk

Ex Nurse available

for P/A work

Shopping trips, hospital visits/appointments,

social outings, meal preparation, laundry,

light household chores.

Respite for Carers I/C Holiday cover

(not 24 hour) with occasional sleep-ins.

Please contact Claudia Karklins

on 07973 460435

Excellent references upon request.

JOB

opportunity

Hair-stylist

required TEL: Bakewell 01629 810511

www.bridgestreethairboutique.co.uk

Heirlooms Ever After

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

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

bespoke bridal hair accessories and fascinators, embroidered garters, cloche

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

in Granby Arcade may be small but it's a hidden gem full of the finest ladies'

accessories. Silk bridal bouquets, button holes and table decorations.

Open Mon: 11am - 4pm; Tues: 10am - 4pm; Wed: 10am - 4pm;

Thurs: CLOSED; Fri: 10am - 4pm; Sat: 10am - 5pm; Sun: CLOSED.

Tel: 01629 732745 / Mob: 07800 95382

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

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.

FOUND

MENS WATCH Found in

Matlock on Saturday 11th

February. Call - 07775 723021.

PSYCHIC

PSYCHIC SUE Reaching out

with love and light. 07974

633515.

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.

TOE AND FINGER

NAIL CUTTERS

TOE AND FINGER NAIL

CUTTERS Heavy duty toenail

pliers that make cutting the

thickest toenails easy (made for

the NHS and supplied in

hygienic sterile packaging).

Long handled toenail scissors,

diamond foot files and a

complete range of finger and

toenail scissors. Supplied in

single and bulk quantities. I can

supply to Podiatrists,

Chiropodists, Foot care

practitioners and the general

public. Same day dispatch by

mail order. View the online shop

a

t

www.toeandfingernailcutters.com

Tel. 01629 734601/07543

875035. Email

nailcare@orangehome.co.uk I

am also at Bakewell Market.

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 e xperience.

Details: 01629

6 3 6 7 6 3 .

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

MOBILE

HAIRDRESSER

GENTLEMEN AND BOYS

BARBER Experienced and

reliable. Call Teresa 07974

960209.

VICTORIA

HUTCHINSON

Mobile Hairdresser

Fully qualified

All hair types,

cuts, colours and

blowdrys

07920423790

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

WANTED

Old Wrist Watches

WANTED

07860 540870

WANTED

OLD CASES

of stuffed birds or

animals, stags head.

Must be old. Also old

travelling trunk.

CASH PAID

01773 540730

BRAUN - PAXIMAT MULTIMAG

SC663 SLIDE PROJECTOR in

good working condition. 01629

813814.

WANTED

TEAK

Furniture from the

50s, 60s and 70s

Long sideboards etc.

Also old dolly tub

CASH PAID

TEL: 07885 327753

MATLOCK & DISTRICT

MENCAP SOCIETY will collect

bric-a-brac and jumble. Good

furniture also wanted.

Enquiries ring Jackie 07831

316582.

RECORDS

WANTED

CASH PAID

GOOD CONDITION ONLY

ALSO...

CLASSICAL

LP RECORDS

WANTED

1950 S TO 1960 S

Tel: 01246 850442

WILL COLLECT

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

GCSE and A-Level

by mature,

friendly graduate.

Many local references.

07525 241462

derbyshiretutors.co.uk

MUSIC TUITION

FREE TRIAL PIANO LESSON

offered by Concert Pianist.

Details www.pianoartist .co.uk

or tel. 01629 581475.


MUSIC TUITION

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

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

RECORD CLEANING

Record Cleaning

& Digitising

VINYL

SALES

07791 898820

clearsoundvinyl.weebly.com

SIGN MAKING

FOR HIRE

ROCK, BLUES, JAZZ

BOB-CAT, mini-digger, tractor

and dump trailer and dumpers

for hire with or without driver.

07966 210181/01298 687465.

WACKER PLATE Ride on roller

for hire. 07966 210181/01298

687465.

FOR HIRE:

Floor Sanders,

Drills, Ladders,

Cement Mixers,

Heaters, Driers

& Lots More

TOOL HIRE

BAKEWELL

Unit 2c, Station Road

Ind. Est. Bakewell

Phone: 813472

PLUMBING

PLUMBING AND

HEATING ENGINEERS

Installation service & repairs

S McLean & Sons

FREE QUOTES

01629 636634

07926 798737

PETS

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.chesterfieldrspca.org.uk

or call in at RSPCA

Animal Centre, Spital Lane,

Chesterfield 01246 273358.

SUE’S MOBILE DOG

GROOMING AND

MICROCHIPPING

SERVICES

IN THE COMFORT OF

YOUR OWN HOME

01433 651263

07840 345526

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

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

LOGS

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

DO YOU HAVE A STRAY CAT

PROBLEM? Do you need

financial help to have your cat

neutered/spayed? Do you need

advice on the care of your cat? If

so, contact Derby Branch of

Cats Protection, 31 Wardwick,

Derby, DE1 1HA, or tel. 01332

206956 or visit our website on

www.derbydistrict.cats.org.uk

or

email

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ANGEL WINGS ANIMAL

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c a t s

www.angelwingsanimalrescue.

co.uk 07512 965665.

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for friendly, nervous cats. Tel.

08453 712754. Cats Protection

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DOG GROOMING

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ROWTER POULTRY Warren

pullets and other breeds. 01433

620271.

HAY

MEADOW HAY for sale. Small

bales. Can deliver. Hope Valley

07929 390810.

GOOD SECOND QUALITY

ROUND BALE HAY Tel. 07594

476969.

HAYLAGE FOR SALE -

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ROUND BALE HORSE QUALITY

HAYLAGE for sale. For more

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outdoor manèges, lunge pen,

excellent hacking, farm ride, XC

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Tel. Vikki on 01629 540998 or

07968 198870.

www.nethertonhall.co.uk

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NOVELTY CAKES

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made to order. Call Sally 07870

729119.

CONCRETE PANELS

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silage pits, retaining walls etc

07966 210181, 01298 687465.

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collection or delivery

Buy 10

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Wholesale enquiries welcome

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

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prices

ClockWise

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We are looking to purchase either land to build on, an industrial

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Contact Jo – 01629 734963 / 07843 673999

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www.ladygrovemill.co.uk

Email: info@ladygrovemill.co.uk

STORAGE

TWO BED

COTTAGE

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£650 pcm

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ANY AREA CONSIDERED

For details call

07749 310604

SPACE

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ON FLEXIBLE TERMS

Office 1, Lumford Mill – 465 sq.ft. £117 per week

Storage Space (No electricity) – 578 sq.ft. £31 per week

Storage Space – 231 sq.ft. £36.09 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

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STORAGE ROOMS

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LAND TO RENT

Please enquire for further details

Call Stephen on 01433 630312

1 ACRE OF WOODLAND TO

RENT, Matlock, £9 per week.

07518 744442.

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penny.marrone@

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www.

ninobb.moonfruit.com

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Geoff for fast service. 07967

202357.

Peak Advertiser 27th February 2017 – Page 37

NOTICES

Notice of Planning Proposal

Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015

Notice Under Article 15(3)

AN APPLICATION HAS BEEN MADE BY: Stancliffe Stone Co. Ltd.

FOR PLANNING PERMSSION TO:

AMENDED DETAILS

AT:

PARISH:

Retrospective planning application for retention

of two wire saws (and associated lighting

columns) and retrospective change of use of

the land for the importation of blockstone for

processing.

Stoke Hall Quarry

New Road

Grindleford

S32 2HW

Grindleford

REASONS FOR ADVERT: Minerals Application –

Potential Departure from the Local Plan

OFFICE CODE NO: NP/DDD/0516/0437

P FILE NO: 3919

COMMENTS TO BE RECEIVED BY: 10/03/2017

The proposed development represents a potential departure from the current development

plans relevant to the area, in which the land to which the application relates, is situated.

An electronic copy of the application and the plans may be inspected during office hours at the National

Park Authority Office or on our website at www.peakdistrict.gov.uk.

A copy has been sent to the District / Borough council and the Parish council / meeting for comment.

If you wish to make any comments please write to the National Park Authority Office before the date

shown above. Please note the authority now permits members of the public and consultees to address

its committees, including those which determine planning applications. Please contact Democratic

Services if you require details.

Director of Planning

The Peak District National Park Authority

Aldern House,

Baslow Road,

Bakewell

Derbyshire

DE45 1AE

PHARMACY

OUT OF HOURS OPENING

SUNDAYS

BUXTON

•Boots the Chemist

62 Spring Gardens

Tel. 01298 23084. Open 10.30am-4.30pm.

•Superdrug 11-12 Spring Garden, Shopping Centre

Tel. 01298 23195. Open 10am-4pm.

BAKEWELL

•Boots the Chemist Unit 1 Granby Road, Bakewell.

Tel. 01629 812043. Open 11am-4pm.

PEAK DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY

PLANNING ADVERTS – TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990

Peak District National Park Authority, has received applications for

Planning Permission / Listed Building Consent / Conservation Area

Consent listed in the schedule below.

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

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

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

be viewed on the Planning pages of the website at

www.peakdistrict.gov.uk. If you wish to comment please write to the

Chief Executive, Peak District National Park Authority, Aldern House,

Baslow Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1AE within that time. Please

note that the Authority now permits members of the public and

consultees to address its committees, including those which determine

planning applications. Please contact this office if you require details.

In the event of an appeal against a refusal of planning permission for a

householder application, which is to be dealt with on the basis of

representations in writing, any representations made about the

application will be sent to the Secretary of State, and there will be no

further opportunity to comment at appeal stage

Application Number: NP/DDD/0217/0127

Reason For Advert: This site lies within Baslow and Bubnell

Conservation Area

Proposal: Demolition of existing front porch and rear conservatory.

Construction of new single and double storey extension to the rear,

single storey extension to the side, single storey replacement porch to

the front. Alterations to existing windows and construction of new

detached double garage in front garden.

Location: The Old School House, School Lane, Baslow

Application Number: NP/HPK/0217/0108

Reason For Advert: This site lies within Castleton Conservation Area

Proposal: Advertisement consent – 4no. National Park Visitor Centre

signs fixed to external walls. Semi-transparent window vinyl graphics

fixed to a number of glazing areas as shown on the drawings.

Location: Castleton Visitor Centre, Buxton Road, Castleton

Application Number: NP/HPK/0117/0057

Reason For Advert: This site lies within Edale Conservation Area

Proposal: Installation of new extraction system to rear of property of

Coopers Café.

Location: Coopers Café, Coopers Caravan Site and Café, Newfold

Farm, Grindsbrook Booth, Edale

Application Number: NP/DDD/0217/0133

Reason For Advert: This site lies within Foolow Conservation Area

Proposal: First floor extension, frameless glass opening and internal

remodelling of Barn Lea

Location: Barn Lea, Bradshaw Lane, Foolow

Application Number: NP/HPK/0217/0115

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

Conservation Area

Proposal: Demolition and replacement of existing extension to rear of

property

Location: Ash Barn 16 Hernstone Lane, Peak Forest

Application Number: NP/DDD/0217/0126

Reason For Advert: This site lies within Tideswell Conservation Area

Proposal: Installation of ventilation grilles to both side elevations and

rear courtyard elevation.

Location: Co-Operative, Commercial Road, Tideswell

Application Number: NP/DDD/0117/0052

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

historic interest (Grade II)

Proposal: Single storey extension, potting shed, garden walls and

associated landscaping works.

Location: Upper Hurst, Gatehouse Lane, Hathersage

Application Number: NP/DDD/0117/0060

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

historic interest (Grade II)

Proposal: Listed Building – Single storey extension, potting shed,

garden walls and associated landscaping works.

Location: Upper Hurst, Gatehouse Lane, Hathersage

Application Number: NP/HPK/0117/0085

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

historic interest (Grade II)

Proposal: Single storey rear extension and garage conversion

Location: 1 Carr Meadow Cottages, Glossop Road, Little Hayfield

Application Number: NP/DDD/0217/0117

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

interest and lies within Parwich Conservation Area

Proposal: Listed Building consent – Refurbishment of clock tower and

replacement of window frames.

Location: Parwich Primary School, Parwich

Application Number: NP/DDD/0217/0146

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

interest and lies within Winster Conservation Area

Proposal: Listed Building Consent – Replace windows with equivalent

windows.

Location: Croft End, East Bank, Winster

Tel: 01629 816200

Fax: 01629 816310

Email: planning.service@peakdistrict.gov.uk

Website: www.peakdistrict.gov.uk


Page 38 – Peak Advertiser 27th February 2017

Peak Advertiser Office: (01629) 812159

CLASSIFIEDS...

FOR SALE

NOTICES

Goods Vehicle Operator’s Licence

John William Naylor trading as J. W. Naylor

and Sons Ltd of Hobson Farm, Flagg, Nr

Buxton SK17 9QR is applying for a licence to

use Hobson Farm, Flagg, Nr Buxton SK17

9QR as an operating centre for 1 goods

vehicles and 0 trailers.

Owners or occupiers of land (including buildings)

near the operating centre(s) who believe that

their use or enjoyment of that land would be

affected, should make written representations to

the Traffic Commissioner at Hillcrest House, 386

Harehills Lane, Leeds, LS9 6NF, stating their

reasons, within 21 days of this notice.

Representors must at the same time send a copy

of their representations to the applicant at the

address given at the top of this notice. A Guide

to Making Representations is available from the

Traffic Commissioner’s office.

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 06th February 2017

as follows:

16/00937/FUL – Two storey and single storey side extensions – 10

Duke Street, Middleton by Wirksworth (C)

17/00081/FUL – Replacement garden room extension – The Hay

Barn, Chesterfield Road, Two Dales (S)

17/00095/VCOND – Removal of condition 2 of planning permission

09/00467/FUL to reinstate permitted development rights – 50 Wash

Green, Wirksworth (C)(S)

17/00099/FUL – Extensions and alterations to dwelling – Dobbies

Croft Bungalow, 5 South View, Cromford Road, Wirksworth (C)

17/00100/FUL – Dwelling house and garage – Land at the end of

Moor Croft, Matlock (D)

17/00102/FUL – Two storey extension – 38 Church Street, Matlock

(C)

17/00104/FUL – Single storey extension – 1 Water Lane, Cromford

(C)

17/00111/FUL – Change of use from shop (Use Class A1) to office

(Use Class A2) and alterations – Fresh, 2 Dale Road, Matlock (C)

Applications with the suffix F may affect a Footpath

Applications with the suffix C may affect a Conservation Area

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.

KING EXPENSIVE BRAND NEW

MATTRESS was £599, could

deliver bargain £99. 07508

447711.

DOUBLE EXTRA DEEP

MATTRESS still shop wrapped

was £499 delivered £99. 07508

447711.

SINGLE 10” LUXURY DEEP

BRAND NEW MATTRESS could

deliver just £79. 07508 447711.

TOP OF THE RANGE AFFINITY

COMFORTFLEX FOLDING

MASSAGE TABLE with face hole.

Beige colour. Metal legs. As

brand new condition. Cost £375

accept £150 ono. 07977 640103.

ANTIQUE 17TH CENTURY

STYLE CARVED COURT

CUPBOARD Medium oak. H54”

W52” D15” £50 ono. 01663

732546.

10 BAGS OF DERBYSHIRE

AGGREGATE SPA STONE £35.

Buyer to collect. 07870 729119.

2700 LITRE GREEN

PLASTIC OIL TANK with

valve £220, ready to go.

01298 26122.

COPY DEADLINES

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MARCH

DEADLINE . . . . . . . . .5pm Wednesday 1st March

PRINT DAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tuesday 7th March

ISSUE DATE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Monday 13th March

Distributed from 9th March

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DEADLINE . . . . . . .5pm Wednesday 29th March

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For general advertisement enquiries please email:

enquiries@peak-advertiser.co.uk

sales@peak-advertiser.co.uk – Attention of Mark

editorial@peak-advertiser.co.uk – Attention of Nicky

classifieds@peak-advertiser.co.uk – Attention Nicky

whatson@peak-advertiser.co.uk – Attention Nicky

property@peak-advertiser.co.uk – Attention of Martin

OLD FULL-SIZE ORIGINAL

ANVIL, complete with rare base,

£400 ono. 07753 796303.

G-PLAN extending dining

table 162/208cmL x

106cmW x 73cmH, exc cond

+ 4 chairs in need of some

tlc £20 the lot; Wooden dolls

house 62cmL x 55cmH x

20cmW. Lots of furniture,

too much to list, good cond

£30 ono; Blue bumbo with

tray £10. 01433 651122.

2 RECLINER Celebrity

chairs, lift & tilt + matching

2 seater settee (burgundy

leather), cost £2,700 new,

good cond – offers. 01298

872207

DUCAL PINE HAMPSHIRE

OVAL EXTENDING TABLE

and 6 chairs (2 carvers)

seats covered in blue,

marks on table top but

overall good cond., would

deliver £80. 01246 583169.

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; Baby

weaver adventure carrier

front and back carrier, never

been used £15ono; Pink 4

wheel baby walker with

music bear on front, plus

toys, good cond. £15ono.

01629 823025.

BEDROOM WARDROBE

SOLID LIGHT OAK H 70” x W

53” x D 22”, central mirror H

51” x W 11”, 2 drawers

below mirror, perfect cond.,

sale downsizing £250ono.

01335 301152.

DISNEY PRINCESSES set of

ceiling lamp, bedside table

lamp, clock, curtains and 3

pictures, beautiful and VGC

£40; Britax high back child

seat, VGC £50ono; Cot

mobile with soft and

colourful animals angled at

baby’s direct line of vision, 3

beautiful tunes, detachable

electronic push-button

music box for long term use

£15. 07776 225723

Wirksworth.

BRITAX ROMER FIRST

CLASS PLUS 0-18kg, black

with manual, cost £115,

bought from new, accept

£60ono. 01629 823025.

CROSS GREEN

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For a friendly reliable service

call Jamie on

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077 177 55 377

COMIC COLLECTION

literally 1000s of Marvel

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happy to sell individual

issues or sets, prices from

£1 per issue to items worth

three figures; Books also for

sale. 01433 639639.

BRAND NEW BATH 1500 x

700, inc. grip handles, 1 side

panel and end panel, brass

plug and chain, 25yr

guarantee, bought from

Victorian plumbing, bath

has small scratch mark on

top, probably done on

delivery, will hold 160 litres,

so nice and deep, accept

£120 for quick sale. 01246

582595 Baslow.

CREAM SOFA BED CHAIR

Norian Beds, folds to single

bed, L 176cm x W 60cm, as

chair W 60cm x D 72cm x H

50cm, cream with sponge

style inner, removable

covers £10; Marantz tape

deck (SD 430), collectors

item, Dolby C&D, bronze

colour, 30cm D, 11cm H,

41cm W approx.,

instructions, good cond.

£50; Brand new, boxed,

never used, gold shower

storage basket, W 30cm x D

13cm x H 8cm, with screw

fitting package, good quality,

slight small dent to front

£10, cost £40; Beautiful

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, W

17cm, curved legs with inlay

and small castors from

around 1930s £30; Next

cream satin cushions and

cushion pads x2 £5 for pair;

Beautiful M&S black 3/4

length wool coat, age

12/13yrs, never worn £9.

01629 813011.

ARIGHI BIANCHI DOUBLE

BED divan base with 4 large

storage drawers, VGC £30.

07786 228219.

HIGH BACK CHAIR c1930, in

need of re-upholstery £10;

Antique c1930 large oak

chest of drawers, top

drawer doubles as a writing

bureau £75ono. 01629

636016.

GORGEOUS ANTIQUE 1820s

Georgian flame mahogany

corner cupboard, beautiful

cond. £155, doors are flame

matched and further

highlighted with inlay

strings and cock beading,

top has curved mantle,

inside are 4 pine shelves,

comes with key which locks

the cupboard, stands 43”

110cm H x 35” 91cm W x 26”

66cm D, can deliver locally.

07748 535511.

BUILDERS BARROW

pneumatic tyre, used but

serviceable £25; Sack truck,

4 wheels, as new. £30;

Lintels x2, 1 old oak, 1 pitch

pine £20 each; Thule 52”

roof bars, adjustable length,

will take brackets for any

car roof £25; 2 bike carriers,

fit any roof bars £20 each;

Roof rack Toyota Corolla

£20. 07941 363283 Darley

Dale.

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

GOOD QUALITY PINE

SINGLE BED inc. mattress

£50. 01433 651145.

LADIES OUTDOOR

FOOTWEAR all size 5.

Brown leather walking boot

with vibram sole, very little

wear £25, comfortable and

sturdy; Regatta dark green

knee high wellingtons,

natural rubber, very little

wear, like new £15; Calf high

wellingtons in red / orange

tartan pattern, worn only

once £5. 01629 650815.

EARLY 19C MAHOGANY

LINEN CUPBOARD 2

cupboard doors, 2 over 2

drawer base, original sliding

shelves. 80” x 48” x 21”

£250ono. 07896 233744.

FREE TO COLLECT

LIMESTONE ROCKERY

STONE various sizes; White

vanity unit with sink and tap,

as new as not suitable, cost

new £150, accept £75 size

410 x 215 x 800; Black

leather look swivel office

chair, VGC £20ono. 01629

814640.

EQUINE ITEMS pair of used

wooden horse jump wings

with metal jump cups,

122cm (4’) high, 19 holes,

5cm apart £15; Used horse

riding whip with grip handle,

92cm long £4; 2 used large

plastic feed scoops with

metal handles £3 each;

Used long handle horse

poop scoop with metal rake

£10; Selection of used horse

bits, 5” Kimblewick pelham

with curb chain, 5” Mullen

mouth pelham with

synthetic bar and curb

chain, 5” Eggbutt snaffle, 5”

Hartwell pelham no curb

chain £10 each. 07434

515383.

PRINCE 1200 JUNIOR

MICROSCOPE with

accessories. 01629 814570.

PINE DRESSER 6’ L, 4

cupboards, 4 drawers,

leaded glass display cabinet

above, comes in 2 pieces

£100; Upright piano, free,

must collect. 01246 583524

Baslow.

FARMHOUSE KITCHEN

TABLE 80 x 114cm £95;

Barley twist legs hall table

£20; Old pine dresser top

£35; Modern computer table

with slide-out shelf £10;

Modern office chair £10;

Kitchen blind, wheatfield

design, 100 x 118cm £10.

01298 937582.

MULTIFUEL STOVE

Harmony 13 by Nestor

Martin, black cast iron, GWO

£50, buyer collects. 01629

732088.

JUMPEROO RAINFOREST

£20, well loved but fully

functional, washable seat.

RRP £120; Wooden carved

fire surround and mantle,

with beautiful tiled inner

£100; Coal effect gas fire

£30. Photos available. 0777

3024554 Grindleford.

FENDER US JAZZ BASS

GUITAR anniversary edition

in sunburst, exc. cond., inc.

hard case £650. 01629

55093.

ILLUMINATED BATHROOM

MIRROR £30. 01433 623633.

SMALL TWO SEATER SOFA

Marks and Spencer 56” W,

30” D, 32” H, textured,

golden/yellow £25. 01629

813610.

REVELATION WHISTLER

MEGA DECKER TROLLEY

BAG 2 wheeled, 4.3kg

weight, 89cm x 41cm x

39cm, capacity 116 litres

£20; 2 composite Cotswold

stone planters with acorn

motif, 10” square £8 each; 1

round blue ceramic planter,

dia. 10” £5. 01433 630696.

MODEL

RAILWAYS

FOR SALE

MAINLY 00 SCALE –

LOCOS, ROLLING STOCK,

ACCESSORIES ETC

01629 356018

CANON PIXMA iP4200

PRINTER complete with

software, installation

instructions and CD-R tray,

prints directly from a

camera, afterBURNER

CD/DVD labelling system

software, labels and inserts

included, spare Canon

compatible ink cartridges

included £20; Canoscan

5200 F scanner, complete

with software, installation

instructions, film guides for

film strip and slides £20; Ion

USB turntable, complete

with software and

installation instructions £10.

07765 268583 Darley Bridge.

TV 12”, plays videos £20;

Video box £10; Sky digibox

£10; Samsonite laptop bag

£12; Motorbike skintan

leathers, Akito approved

protectors fitted, size XXL

£75. 01298 85177.

ORNATE CREAM

COLOURED METAL

BEDSTEAD double size,

metal framed base with

wooden slats, good cond.

£75, can text photos. 01629

824315.

2 SNOWTRAC 3 TYRES 195

x 55 x 15, fitted on Ford 15”

rims £100ono. 01433

631093.

PENTAX DIGITAL SLR in

good working cond., with

Pentax 18-55mm zoom lens

£50ono. 01629 581524.

VOLVO XC-70 WHEELS AND

TYRES 4 x Continental

Cross Contact winter tyres

on genuine Volvo XC 70 alloy

wheels, tyre size 215 / 65 x

16” (98H), 8mm tread, so

almost new, call Lovers

Leap Garage 01433 631686.

MAMOD STEAM ROADSTER

SA1 1976, VGC original box

£130ono. 01433 630973.

POULTRY HOUSE 6-8 birds,

brand new, on legs, internal

nestboxes £240. 01629

823728.

ELECTROLUX VITESSE

UPRIGHT VACUUM

CLEANER exc. cond. £25.

01629 812695.

The Tip Man

All/anything

picked up

Single or bulk

Home or garden

For a friendly service ~

Mike 07561 868506

NOLAN N101 BLACK

MOTORCYCLE HELMETS 1

ladies, 1 gents, hardly used,

great cond. £50 each. 07551

942944 Bakewell.

RIDING HELMET with velvet

cap (jockey skull cap),

British Standards 4472, size

52-53cm £10. 01298 84691.

DOUBLE DIVAN BASE 4’ 6”,

4 drawers, free of charge.

01629 636016.

2 PAIRS LADIES SKI BOOTS

both suit size 5/6, Salomon

Evolution 6.2 £30 and

Munari MSI £20; 2 pairs of

Spring loudspeakers, 8” x

11”, 3 way QED speaker

control centre £40. 01629

822374.

OFFICE FILING CABINETS

Bisley, 3 no., purple, black

and raspberry, exc. cond., fit

under desk, cost £55 each,

accept £25 or sell together

for £60; North Face ladies

down parka, brand new, too

small £80; Dubarry type

boots by Field and River,

brown leather, size 40 £20,

can send photos. 07595

959512 Matlock area.

IKEA CHILDRENS 2 DOOR

PINE WARDROBE with shelf

and hanging rail, W 75cm x

H 136cm x D 52cm, VGC

£10. 07799 897237.

CAMERA Canon EOS 550D

digital SLR twin lens kit with

18-55 and 55-250 IS lenses,

complete with all leads,

software CDs, instruction

manual £350; New and

unused Manfrotto monopod

with quick release tilt head

£30; 1tb Iomega Prestige

desktop HD £25; 35” x 16”

cast iron dog grate complete

with dogs £60; Large, free

standing Dorema

motorhome awning, used

once £250. 01629 650128.

PARKER KNOLL TWO

SEATER SETTEE AND

ARMCHAIR colour rust, VGC

£80ono. 01335 390391.

HOSELOCK ULTIMATE 30M

HOSEPIPE brand new, all

weather resistant and crush

proof, quality product,

£36.74 in Homebase, accept

£18; Compact counter top

fridge, ideal camping or

home but runs on 240v, very

good clean cond. £30;

Sparky professional 1300w

angle grinder, box never

opened £30; Ford Fiesta

Haynes workshop manual,

reg 02-58, exc. cond. £8;

Small 3 drawer chest,

modern, clean and useful

£7. 07720 433073 Darley

Dale.

GLASS COMPUTER DESK

£20; Canon MG2450 all-inone

printer, as new £20;

Spellbinders die-cutting

machine with cutting and

embossing plates £50,

collection only. 01433

651053.

WEDDING MAGAZINES

approx. 80 between 2008-

2014 £15; 20kg cast iron

dumbbell set, practically

brand new £35. 07399

051520 Matlock.

7 LARGE STAR WARS

BOOKS Annuals 2000, 2003,

2005, visual dictionaries,

episode 1 and characters

and creatures, episode 1,

incredible cross sections

and limited first edition

making of the Phantom

Menace., only £10; White,

large bathroom sink and

pedestal, only £10. 07443

484060 Great Longstone.

OLD FARMHOUSE

KITCHEN TABLE with small

side drawer £95; Old pine

dresser top £35; Old barley

twist leg hall table £20; Ikea

office chair, black £10;

Kitchen blind, cornfield

design, 100 x 118 £10;

Computer table with slide

out shelf, black £10. 01298

937582.

BRACTCOT CONCEPT

CARAVAN AWNING size

1065 in gunmetal / light grey

with easy aluminium

erecting frame system,

storm kit, full size breathing,

washable carpet, exc. cond.,

only used 10 days, will fit

twin axle Swift Challenger /

Bessacarr Cameo or

similar, cost over £1200

new, accept £550. 01246

582140 Baslow.

AIR SHEARS for metal

cutting, Workzone, new,

sealed packaging, £20;

Strimmer, electric £10;

Woodchipper, petrol 5hp

£250; Oak leatherette

topped table and chair £25;

Amplifier, 2 x 200W, metal

cabinet with fan, one

channel needs attention

£20; Telescope and stand

£25. 01433 621383.

DOMYOS TREADMILL

hardly used, as new, 18mths

old approx., cost £400,

accept £175ono, buyer

collects. 07503 318121.

NR THREE QUARTER

CARAVAN PORCH AWNING

as new, only used twice,

reason for sale is wrong size

for van, less than half price

£200ono. 01629 812316.

FORD RANGER NEW

SHAPE TOW BAR still in

box, instructions £80. 01629

582422.

VERINE ALPENA RADIANT

CONVECTOR insert living

flame gas fire, brass

surround, little used, VGC

£50. 01629 55752.

GT PALOMAR MOUNTAIN

BIKE 26” wheels, VGC £30;

Boys BMX bike, 20” wheels,

suit 7-10yr old approx. £15;

Callaway golf driver Big

Bertha War Bird and Great

Big Bertha 3+ £10. 07773

709521.

ACORN STAIRLIFT 1yr old,

fits straight staircase £600.

01298 26183.

FIRE SURROUND 44”

natural oak £20ono; Painted

pine chest, bun feet, 17” x

36” x 18” £40; Bench and 2

chairs, wrought iron and

wood with arms £80, will

separate. 01629 636797.

VARIOUS LADIES JACKETS

both size 12 and 14, all worn

2 or 3 times £15 each;

Ladies black milan leather

jacket, size 14, worn once

£30; Black knitted genuine

UGG boots with buttons

down the side, size 5.5, worn

twice £35; Various womens

shoes, all size 5 with heels,

some never worn and in

boxes £10. 07711 768930

Matlock.

FRENCH DRESSER 18th

century french chestnut and

cherry wood dresser and

delft rack, top separates

from base £600ono. 07831

886368 Matlock.

MAN AND VAN

For removals/deliveries

etc, excellent rates,

free quotes, over 15

years’ experience

Call Mick on

07964 447054

BLUE PEARL MARBLE

STONE 70cm L x 33cm W x

2cm D £20. 01629 815755.

BABYS BATHING and

changing station, 3 tier, as

new, unused £15; Omni Safe

pram pushchair,

immaculate, burgundy,

matching car seat/ carrier/

rocker, both immaculate

£30 each or £50 ono for pair;

Babys cot, pine with white

back & front, incl mattress,

white with teddy motifs,

waterproof, immaculate,

can be seen on Whatsapp

photos £30 ono; Mattress 3’

wide, still wrapped £60;

Burgundy ball gown, ankle

length, size 12, under arm to

ankle measures 148cm,

unworn £30 ono; Armchair,

velour fabric, pastel green,

112cmD x 100cmW x

32cmH, vgc; Cookworks

bread maker, unused £20.

07896 862511 (Matlock

Bath).

DYSON DC22 MULTI FLOOR

BAGLESS VACUUM

CLEANER stair carpet tool,

crevice / brush tool, perfect

working order, VGC, approx.

4yrs old, cost £230, accept

£75. 01629 815667.

FREEZER table top, VGC

£40. 01433 631427.

STANLEY NO 93

SHOULDER PLANE £10;

Wooden moulding planes £1

each; Numerous other

specialist planes at very low

prices; Victorian cast iron

drill press 75cm £5; Steel

car ramps £10; Sykes

picavant valve spring

compressor £5. 01433

630416.

TYPEWRITER Olympia

Traveller De Luxe S, good

cond. £20. 01629 732922.

OAK BOOKCASE with 3

shelves, renovated and

french polished, W 98cm, H

93cm, D 23cm, exc. cond.

£35. 01629 815667.

VOLVO S60 ROOF BARS

£90. 07764 182458.

FISHING BOX made by Kiley

with octoplus legs, 6

drawers with deep base for

reels etc., new catches all

round, good strong box,

selling due to upgrade £50.

07947 728550.

6 DINING CHAIRS inc. 2

carvers £75; Plate / spice

rack £10; Books on

mountains (not technical

climbing), over 100, offers

around £100. 01433 630418.

CROSS TRAINER as new

£80ono. 01629 356507 after

6pm.

BROWN PADDED

HEADBOARD DB £10; 2

padded dining chairs £10

each; Paper shredder £5.

01433 621284.

DOUBLE CARAVAN STEP

£10; Brown leather tub

chair, small tear on one

side, hence £10; Gtec

cordless cleaner £30; Pair of

crown bowls £20. 07940

572532.

MAN WITH A VAN

Deliveries and collections

Small house moves and pallet

deliveries – FREE QUOTES

Tel: 07713 125503

CANON PIXMA MG4200

wireless printer / scanner /

copier, hardly used,

Windows 8 and before £35.

01629 584355.

MOBILITY ROLLATOR 4

wheels, seat with basket

under, locking brakes, VGC

£60ono; Mobility tri-walker,

3 wheels, basket, locking

brakes, VGC £35ono; Child

safety fireguard, adjustable

£15. 07970 986066.

AMBERCRAFT MEDIUM

OAK LOUNGE NEST

COFFEE TABLE Autumn

tiled tops £100. 01629

584890.

4.5KG CALOR GAS BOTTLE

£10; 205 wall tiles plus 8

hand painted chicken tiles,

coverage 2.6 sq. yds £65.

01298 84548.

4 FARMHOUSE CHAIRS in

beech, as new £60. 07999

357713 Tideswell.

BUILDING STONE

reconstituted, unused

metric, buff, 45cm x 10cm x

6cm £1 each; Reclaimed

building stone, used, mixed

colours & sizes, pinks &

buffs, Imperial, approx 100

pieces, also used terracotta

patio pavers - offers;

Bamboo bookcase, arched

top with 4 shelves, vgc £10

ono; Ceiling light, brass with

3 lights, vgc £5; Ceiling light,

black metal with 3 lights,

vgc £5; Ceiling light, gilt with

3 lights, vgc £5; 3 gilt curtain

poles, 238cm x 2 & 117cm x

1 £5 the lot. 01629 582975 /

07592 797817 (Matlock

Bath).

PARWELD inverter welder,

suitcase size, 110/240v, vgc

£165; 300amp electric

welder & leads £65;

Hydraulic 7 ton log splitter,

vgc £85; Pertec sawhorse

with chainsaw support £55.

01629 636637.

GREENHOUSE GLASS

various sizes, greenhouse

shelving frames x4, a

number of Dutch light size,

aluminium greenhouse 8ft x

6ft. 07850 689861 (Eyam).

FREE (must be collected) 3

piece suite, fire resistant,

comfortable & in good cond.

Sale due to elderly person

needing reclining type.

07813 258808 (Buxton).

HOUSE

CLEARANCE

Garages/sheds

also tools/pottery/

silver and gold ~

anything

considered

07967 202357

MOVING HOUSE?

We do removals, too!

MULTIYORK 3 seater settee

& armchair, terracotta

fabric £250 ono. 01298

855534.

ANTIQUE Victorian

armchairs x 2, matching

pair, carved oak surround,

red velvet high backs,

sprung padded seats &

arms on oak legs, 112cmH x

70cmW x 70cmD, photos

can be seen on Whatsapp,

£250 each or £400 the pair

ono; Antique tapestry

picture of Victorian ladies &

gents picnic, 108cmW x

55cmH, in gilt frame £30;

Tea service, old country

roses pattern, serving dish +

lid, mint bowl + lid, sugar

bowl + lid, milk jug, butter

dish + lid, fruit bowl, 5 cups

& saucers £20 ono;

Goodmans music centre +

speakers, radio & cd player,

vgc £20 ono; Philips dvd

player, vgc £20 ono; Ladies

clothes size 10-12, jackets,

jeans, tops etc, vgc + mens

clothes, size medium,

offers. 07535 871246

(Matlock Bath).


Your Totally Independent Local Newspaper Peak Advertiser 27th February 2017 – Page 39

CLASSIFIEDS...

MOTORCYCLES

WANTED

WANTED MOTORCYCLES

Anything considered. £50-

£10,000. Cash on collection.

Please phone Tony on 01629

823276/07768 906162.

MOTORS

FORD FOCUS 1.8

TDCi Zetec 2009

5dr hatchback, manual

42,000 miles, red, CD,

side airbags, alloys, A/C,

heated windscreen, FSH,

6mths tax, 8mths MOT,

excellent condition

THIS ADVERT COSTS £10 + VAT

Get your car noticed – 01629 812159

£4,199ono – XXXXX 795213 / XXXXX 385629

MERCEDES SLK 200

1.8 ROADSTER 2 DOOR

LIBRARY

PICTURE

55 plate, 6 speed manual, Silver, A/C, Heated seats,

Traction control, Cruise control & more. 80,000 miles.

£6,100- 01629 582422 / 07974 704192

LIBRARY

PICTURE

Wingerworth Commercials Ltd

WANTED SCRAP CARS

Good prices paid

Garage scrap also wanted

Tel: 07565 554939 or 07795 650618

AUTO ENGINEERS

CARAVAN STORAGE

WANTED

CARAVAN STORAGE Wanted for

small caravan. Regular access.

17’ overall length. 07714 105962.

MITSUBISHI PAJERO SHOGUN L200 WANTED dead or alive. Best

cash prices paid. Call Steve 07792 305114.

VIVARO 1.9 CDTi 05 Reg. MoT Sept 2017. 151,000 miles. New cambelt

fitted June 2016. Some history. £1,500 ovno. Tel. 01629 814748.

FIAT PANDA ACTIVE ECO 1100cc, 5 door hatchback, 59 plate, silver,

51,000 miles, 10 months MoT, 4 new tyres, good condition, £2000 ono.

01629 823470, 07956 237793.

MITSUBISHI

MIRAGE ATTIVO 1.2

White, 5 door, 65 plate. Only 800 miles and just like new.

Genuine reason for sale. Tideswell.

£7,500 – 01298 872274 / 07528 423976

FIAT GRANDE PUNTO

1.4 16V SPORTING

2006, Black, 3 door hatchback, Petrol, 6 speed manual,

Air-conditioning, Radio/CD. 70,000 miles.

£2250-Call 01629 582422 / 07974 704192

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

Motorcycles

Servicing, Spares

and Repairs

Unit 13 Riverside Business Park, Bakewell

01629 812633 or 07808 280809

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

DARLEY DALE IN BLOOM – Consolidation of Gold Award

For the first time, in 2016,

Darley Dale won a fantastic

Gold Award in the East

Midlands In Bloom

competition! This came after

three years of winning Silver

Gilt, no mean achievements

themselves. Our designs for

the summer planting of tubs

and beds have been drawn up

and the plants are on order,

for delivery in May. We are

challenging ourselves hard

this year in order to

consolidate that Gold Award.

The town council provide us

with a significant grant to

partially cover the cost of

plants whilst we add to that

through a number of

voluntary fund-raising

activities to ensure the town

looks attractive across the

year.

Two major fund-raising

NEW GUIDE TO EU FUNDING

FOR RURAL COMMUNITIES

A new booklet aimed at

helping rural businesses

and communities make the

most of EU funding

opportunities has been

published by East Midlands

MEP Andrew Lewer MBE.

Entitled ‘A Changing

Landscape: Farming and

Rural Business Funding

Opportunities”, the guide

brings together all you need

to know to apply for EU

grants and potential options

for the future post-Brexit.

“It will be a while before

we Brexit the EU”, said

Andrew. “Until then it is

important that farmers,

businesses and local

communities continue to

benefit from the EU funding

BAKEWELL MANNERIANS RFC

– A RUGBY TRADITION IN THE PEAKS

Almost 90 years on from its

foundation, Bakewell

Mannerians RFC continues

to thrive as the Peak

District’s most successful

rugby club. Two men were

responsible for starting this

long history: the former

Headmaster of Lady

Manners School, Ian

MacDonald, and the Divinity

and Games Master, Rev.

Tubby Evans. Both were

rugby enthusiasts;

MacDonald from his time as

captain of Exeter RFC,

Evans from his background

in the rugby heartlands of

South Wales.

Until 1925 Lady Manners

had been a football school,

but as pupil numbers grew,

the need to accommodate

more people on the playing

fields gave MacDonald and

Evans the chance to pioneer

their preferred sport.

Rugby soon proved so

popular that students

leaving the school wanted to

keep playing, and the Old

Mannerians Association

arranged a meeting at the

Wheatsheaf with Messrs

MacDonald and Evans. Out

of that meeting the Old

Mannerians Rugby and

Cricket Clubs were formed.

The rugby club played its

first game on 1st December

1928 against Buxton, with

Tom Allsop as captain. To

cement the link between

the club and the school, Ian

MacDonald became Club

President – and the club

continue to play in school

colours to this day.

The Old Mannerians

soon started playing home

games at Bakewell

Showground, but off the

pitch have always been

events are planned for March

and April 2017.

On 15th March, Adrian

Fidler (of Fidler Taylor

auctioneers) has kindly

committed his time to

auctioning a wide array of

interesting items at The

Whitworth Centre, Darley

Dale. The doors will open at

7pm with the auction

commencing at 8pm. A list of

the auction items will be

available at the Centre one

week before and

simultaneously on our website

a

t

www.darleydaleinbloom.co.uk

If you can’t make it on the

evening, sealed bids for items

may be left at the Centre.

The 5th Annual Darley Dale

Fun Dog Show is to be held

also at the Whitworth Centre,

Station Road, Darley Dale on

opportunities on offer, as

well as reflecting upon what

comes next”.

Andrew said he wanted to

make it easy for rural

communities to make the

most of the EU and to

consider what a future

outside the EU might look

like. The 50-page booklet:

•provides facts about EU

funding opportunities and

regulatory information for

farmers and rural

businesses.

•examines options for the

future, asks questions and

seeks answers to how we

use the freedoms and

flexibilities following Brexit.

“I have lived in rural areas

for virtually my entire life”,

added Andrew. “I want to do

what I can to help our rural

life and landscapes flourish,

be successful and protected.

Veterans team from 1990 when the club belatedly

celebrated its 60th anniversary

quite nomadic, with many of

the town’s pubs having

served as HQ. The longdemolished

Royal Oak, the

Red Lion, Castle, Queens,

Peacock – and now the

Manners, have all played

host to the club’s thirsty

players.

The Second World War

caused a hiatus for the club

– but after that, rugby in

Bakewell soon resumed.

Peter and David Allsop, Nick

Carrington and John

Oldfield were instrumental

in the OM’s resurgence, and

the 1960s saw the club’s

first ‘golden age’ with

players such as Les

Rawson, John Pearce, Barry

Pearson and Terry Green all

prominent in a team that

was Derbyshire’s best.

Mannerians have always

been an integral part of

Bakewell’s wider life. The

Carnival Welly and

Wheelbarrow Race has

been organised by the club

for over 40 years, and they

1st April with registration at

noon and first class at 1pm.

This year, there will be 8 fun

classes held (prizes for 1st –

3rd):

Dog with Waggiest Tail

•Best handler under 10

•Best handler under 15

•Best Handler over 15

•The dog the Judge would

most like to take home

•Best puppy (under 1yr)

•Best 6 legs (4 dog, 2 handler)

•Best Veteran

The event will be supported

by Peak Performers Dog

Sports who will host a flyball

team demonstration in

addition to Have-A-Go flyball

runs with a prize for the fastest

dog of the day.

Furthermore, there will be

an arena for Have-A-Go Agility

– an opportunity to “walk the

plank” or to race through a

“It is good news that the

Government has confirmed

that funding will continue to

apply to the agricultural,

university/research sectors

and for some local authority

projects until 2020. It means

we have short to medium

term stability for rural

businesses and also the time

and space for debate about

future funding options”.

Andrew is also interested

to hear views on how the UK

- and the East Midlands -

might want to regulate, fund

and incentivise rural

business post Brexit.

“What do we want our

countryside to look like in the

long term?” asks Andrew.

“The East Midlands is well

known for the quality and the

diversity of its landscapes,

farming patterns and its

significance to the overall

provide stewards for the fell

race, the raft race and

Bakewell Show. The annual

Boxing Day match between

Mannerians’ Over 30s and

Under 30s has become as

traditional a part of the

festive season in town as

the hunt meeting.

The start of “league”

rugby in 1987 brought new

challenges. Mannerians

weathered a name change

from ‘Old’ to ‘Bakewell’ and

continues to punch above its

weight, with numerous

league and cup successes,

and being widely considered

England’s finest pub team.

The club recently came full

circle and, with the

Showground no longer fit

for rugby, is once more

using the playing fields at

Lady Manners. The class of

2016-17 are enjoying a

vintage season, with notable

wins against Buxton,

Chesterfield and Lincoln –

and so the future seems

bright.

tunnel!

At approximately the midpoint

of the show, the

spectators will be treated to a

demonstration of Dancing

Dogs by Annette Lowe (Dales

Training). Annette will bring

along her dogs and

demonstrate their amazing

tricks and control whilst

performing to music.

Bring your four-legged

friend for a great, fun

afternoon out!

There will also be the

opportunity to visit an array of

stalls selling pet-related

products, crafts, Fair Trade

goods, plants and even to

book some independent

financial advice.

For further details on this,

and our many other activities,

please

see

www.darleydaleinbloom.co.uk

economy. It is important we

protect it for future

generations and do the best

we can to support rural

communities and the rural

economy”.

You can receive a free

copy of the booklet by

emailing Andrew Lewer at

office@andrewlewermep.co.uk

EDITOR’S NOTE:

I’ve read this booklet

extensively and was quite

impressed as to the level

these EU grants can

provide. So if any of you have

plans for expansion by

increasing productivity,

taking on extra work staff or

protecting the rural

environment in any way and

can meet their criteria, you

stand a good chance of

obtaining one of these

grants.

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be able to take him far and

wide with me. By the time he

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some ten miles or so. It

wasn’t planned to be that

long but part way around the

sun came out and the miles

just drifted by.

We set off after breakfast

and headed out along the

lane and across the back

fields on a footpath leading

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Bolehill where I’m sure I

heard a skylark tuning up,

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though the sky was ‘smoke’

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meteorological term that I

am familiar with but this was

what my iphone forecast

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certainly described the

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some years ago was worked

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off leaving behind raised

‘island’ trees that look really

rather strange.

After a dip down to cross

the top of Kirk Dale we

followed a lovely grassy track

then a couple of fields and

little gates to reach Magpie

Mine which appeared from

the gloom like some eerie

Sherlock Holmes film set. As

Nev and I explored the

hillocks, spoils and surface

remains the sun made a

brief appearance by burning

through the cloud with a

promise of some blue skies

to come. It seemed such a

shame to head for home and

so we made a joint decision

to go further and walk along

Horse Lane to Monyash – I

think the offer of an edible

reward might have helped

sway the decision for both of

us!

Mud free and quiet, it was

a lovely easy walking

approach to this quaint little

village snuggled into the

hills, with the slender

octagonal spire of St

Leonard’s church

occasionally popping into

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Sitting in a bed of clay,

Monyash at one time had five

meres or ponds making it

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pack ponies, carriages and

early horse drawn hauliers.

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This is not intended as a walk guide

its name from the 17th

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rather than the later 19th

century Methodist Chapel

further down. Almost

opposite this is a small car

park sited where Jack Mere

used to be. After heavy rain

this often reverts to being a

gigantic deep puddle and I

have found myself wading to

my car here on several

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walk.

On the little village green

in the heart of the village is

the remains of the old

market cross, its base dating

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when the village was granted

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where Nev and I shared a

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beside the log burning stove.

Rested and ready for action

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stone by stone.

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fields from the road to

Bakewell we neared the

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dale leads over slippery

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Lathkil Dale, a rugged

remote nature reserve which

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Water was emerging from

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source of the river.

Initially just a few trickles it

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beyond Parsons Tor.

After the footbridge at the

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Lathkil appeared more like a

proper river, gurgling over

stones and now much wider.

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happy little tune, whilst

nearby I came across some

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introduced to keep down the

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setting a scene for a

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Our hike was almost at an

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