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 […]
24th Jun Apprenticeships for more than 100 young people are on offer at Derbyshire County Council. The apprenticeships are in 20 different occupations, based across the county, and are in: Adult care catering Bricklaying Business administration Construction technician Digital learning and design Electrical Estimating Health and social care Horticulture Infrastructure technician Joiner Mechanic – heavy motor vehicle […]
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 […]
23rd Jun Police have issued a reminder about the dangers of open water swimming amid several reports following the recent warm weather. There have been a number of incidents reported across Derbyshire, including in Tintwistle, where youngsters have been seen swimming in lakes, reservoirs, rivers and canals as a way of cooling down in scorching temperatures. The […]
22nd Jun Police have issued advice on how to keep garages and sheds secure after a number of incidents across the High Peak recently. People are being urged to be alert and help keep their property safe following a number of thefts from sheds, particularly whilst more use is made of the equipment inside them during the […]
20th Jun A Walt Disney ‘graduate’ wants to raise £200 in the next few weeks to help send children with life-threatening illnesses on the holiday of a lifetime. Rebecca Cassidy – who passed out of the Disney University in 2011 – is gearing up to take part in the Colshaw Hall 10k run on Sunday, June 25. […]
20th Jun A Glossop store has provided the cash and commitment to help revitalise a valuable community resource. M and S Glossop Simple Food donated £500 to buy materials and paint to spruce up the walls of Third Old Glossop Air Scouts’ headquarters. While workers supplied 80 hours manpower to paint the newly plastered walls and then […]
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 Projects supporting vulnerable adults and young women fleeing domestic abuse are among those receiving support from Derbyshire County Council. Since the rules on second homes changed in 2004, people owning properties classed as second homes have had to pay 90 per cent of the Council Tax on them. County council cabinet members agreed last week […]