From the Hadfield Archives
12th Jun The Hadfield Open Art Show is coming this weekend and the organisers are expecting another huge entry. Friends of Hadfield Hall press officer Veronica Williams said: “This is our seventh year and as always there will be a wonderful display of art and crafts in a number of categories. “Our judges this year are acclaimed […]
9th Jun Police in Hadfield and Tintwistle are warning residents to be wary of scam letters. It comes after a woman in her 70s in the Hadfield area reported a letter she had received through the post, telling her she had won a large amount of money through a lottery and needed to make contact to claim […]
5th Jun Big hearted slimmers in Hadfield and Glossop are clearing out their wardrobes and donating clothes they have successfully ‘slimmed out of’ in support of this year’s Cancer Research UK’s £3m appeal. Last year they donated a record 136 bags for The Big Slimming World ‘Clothes Throw’ and weight loss consultant Deborah Rooney who runs the […]
29th May A Hadfield teen could be involved in Royal visits after being chosen as the Lord-Lieutenant’s Cadet for Greater Manchester. Tameside Sea Cadet Jack Godfrey was awarded the prestigious appointment in recognition of his ‘outstanding service’ in the Sea Cadets. Achieving one of the highest honours a cadet can obtain means Jack will assist Greater Manchester […]
26th May People of all political persuasions packed into Glossop Labour Club last weekend to celebrate the life of John Hallsworth. The former Labour leader of High Peak Borough Council who died at his Hadfield home aged 67 was well-known throughout the North West. His popularity and the respect he held with so many people resulted in […]
26th May Mobile network operator EE Limited has put in a planning plea to maintain coverage in the Hadfield area. The company say a communications mast at the top of Hadfield Mill, Platt Street, has to come down due to proposed work at the mill. So it is asking High Peak Borough Council for permission to replace […]
5th May Police are looking for volunteers to help them raise awareness of speeding and road safety concerns in the Hadfield, Padfield and Tintwistle areas. Officers from the Hadfield and Tintwistle Safer Neighbourhood policing teams are appealing for local residents to take part in a local Community Speed Watch scheme. The initiative involves volunteers who give up […]
4th May Shoppers at a Hadfield store haven’t been short of suggestions since it was revealed they could have been rubbing shoulders with a millionaire. But despite numerous names on social media, the lucky punter who won £1m by buying a lottery ticket at Tesco Express is still publicly unknown. Staff at the Station Road shop are […]
4th May Tributes have been paid to a committed and caring former councillor who always fought for what he believed in. John Hallsworth, who represented Hadfield for 20 years, died suddenly on April 23 at the age of 67. Earlier this year, Mr Hallsworth was in London taking part in a demonstration for the NHS (pictured). High […]
4th May Police in the Hadfield and Tintwistle area have issued a reminder to residents about safe and considerate parking. Officers from the Hadfield and Tintwistle Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team are urging residents to give thought to where they leave their vehicle following ongoing complaints about a number of parking related issues. PCSO Brian Buller said: “Inconsiderate […]