From the Glossop Chronicle Archives
26th Jun A 66-year-old man was hospitalised with serious injuries following a collision involving three cars in Glossop last weekend. The man from Glossop crashed his Renault Twingo Extreme Blue into a Ford Fiesta and VW Passat parked on the side of Charlestown Road on Saturday evening at around 9:45pm. He suffered injuries which paramedics described as […]
26th Jun Glossop Volunteer Bureau showed their community commitment by giving a local charity a coat of paint. Joined by the police cadets, volunteers and staff from Glossop Tesco, they tackled their second ‘day of action’ at Glossopdale Furniture Project. Weeks ago, we featured the team removing rubbish and digging over a one time garden that had […]
23rd Jun Men and women across Glossopdale are being encouraged to improve their wellbeing by getting on the bowling green. Glossop based social enterprise Be Well is starting new ‘Gentle Bowls’ sessions at Crown Green Bowling in Manor Park. The first session will be held on Friday, June 23, between 1pm and 2pm. They will then continue […]
22nd Jun Glossop Partington Theatre’s next production will be ‘Talking Heads’ by popular playwrite Alan Bennett. Play-goers will be entertained by two of the national treasure’s witty and touching monologues. Meet Graham – sensitive, caring and paranoid, living with his elderly mother – in ‘A Chip In The Sugar.’ Then there’s Susan, wife to a trendy vicar […]
19th Jun Glossop Rotary Club has joined forces with Glossop Juniors to be the shirt sponsor for the new Under 7 teams next season.  Karen Rigg and Stuart Macklin, from the Rotary Club, attended one of the team’s training sessions recently at the Glossopdale ATP in Hadfield and were delighted to see the children sporting their new […]
16th Jun Glossop Bowling Club has been chosen to host a prestigious bowling competition. The North Road club was selected to stage this year’s Individual Merit Finals Day on behalf of the Longdendale Saturday Bowling League, whose turn it is to organise it this season. The event, co-ordinated by the Derbyshire County Crown Green Bowling Association, will […]
16th Jun A business which manages the St Philip Howard Catholic Voluntary Academy’s facilities in Glossop have been crowned the Best Business Serving Sports at the Sports Business Awards. School Lettings Solutions fought off fierce competition from seven other high profile nominees, including the O2 and The Ticket Factory, to collect the award. SLS partners with schools, […]
14th Jun A Glossop Juniors coach has received the ultimate recognition from one of football’s most iconic legends. After his recent success in being awarded Derbyshire County FA Coach of the Year, Ben Mills, who coaches the Under 9s Girls and Under 12s, has also been named the winner of the East Midlands and East Regions Coach of […]
14th Jun Beer-making Glossop Mountain Rescue Team members have come up with a brew that’s unique. They took over Howard Town Brewery last Friday to blend the hops, mix and stir and create 2,165 pints of a pale session ale to celebrate their 60th anniversary. Simply called 1957 – the year the team was born – the […]
14th Jun Hadfield-based charity Mummy’s Star is holding its fourth birthday fun day this weekend on Glossop’s Norfolk Square. It will take place between 2pm and 5pm on Saturday, June 17, and everyone is invited to go along. Attractions include a ‘windmill field’, bouncy castle, pony petting, the Ruido Grande Samba Band and face painting. There will be plenty […]