23rd Aug A man from Glossop is one of four men who have been charged after £100m worth of heroin was found at a building in Salford. Fitri Yarasir, 52, of High Street East, is due to appear at Salford and Manchester Magistrates’ Court on Monday along with three other men – a 26-year-old from Manchester, a […]
22nd Aug Glossop Market are looking for stallholders to get involved in this year’s Christmas Market.  The annual Holly and Ivy Festival will return to Glossop’s Outdoor Market on Saturday, November 25. Some of the stalls are already filled, but organisers are hoping for more people to sign up to be part of the festive fun. Suzanne […]
22nd Aug It won’t just be the food that will be heating up as the competition to see who is the best behind the grill makes a comeback this weekend.  The fiercely contested ‘Glossop Grillfest’ brings together participants from across the borough to see who can cook up the best BBQ grub, with the winning team being crowned […]
22nd Aug Glossop’s biggest ever town centre gig is less than a week away, with every performance free.  Thirty-two bands will play at eight venues – including a big stage in Norfolk Square – all on the bank holiday weekend, from August 26 to 28. Entitled Town Hall Sessions, music will range from indy/rock bands to a […]
22nd Aug A Glossop business owner has issued a warning to homeowners after research has revealed that there were 250 domestic kitchen fires within Derbyshire over the last year. The research carried out by Pat Kelly, owner of oven valeting firm Ovenu Glossop, also found that of the domestic kitchen fires, 191 were as a direct result […]
21st Aug A-level students in Derbyshire schools have continued to do their county proud by maintaining good grades in the new-style exams. According to provisional information for the 27 Derbyshire County Council maintained schools and academies which offer post-16 education: • 2,404 students have received their Level 3 (A-level and equivalent) results • The average grade for […]
21st Aug A Chapel student is set to begin the next step of her educational journey at Cambridge University after being one of Withington Girls’ School’s top achievers in her A-Level exam results.  Kitty Rooney (pictured) will take up her place at one of the country’s most prestigious education establishments, making her the fifth member of her […]
21st Aug Mottram Show organisers feared the worst on Saturday when the rains came, but it brightened up on Sunday and the huge show went on as planned. Many thousands of people packed the Old Hall Show Ground to see classes for a whole range of classes for sheep, cattle and dogs, crafts and horticulture. Plus enjoy […]
21st Aug As part of our series looking at the people behind local market stalls, every week the Chronicle will feature a profile of every trader on Glossop Market to tell their story. Here’s the latest…  A recent addition to Glossop Market, Rustic Refines is a vintage household and textile stall set up by Barbara Sisson (pictured). The […]
21st Aug There is less than two weeks left for working families across Glossopdale to apply for free extra childcare. Derbyshire County Council is reminding parents who work to check if they qualify and apply for the extra childcare before the August 31 deadline, by visiting www.childcarechoices.gov.uk. All three and four year old children in the county […]