From the Community Archives
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17th Nov Willow Wood Hospice are holding a Kids Community Car Boot in Glossop this weekend. It’s taking place indoors at St Philip Howard Catholic Voluntary Academy, on St Mary’s Road, this Sunday (December 11) between 10am and 12pm. It gives people the opportunity to sell unwanted, quality, nearly new or pre-loved kids gear – including toys, […]
17th Nov Three Glossop organisations are joining forces to provide a community social eating space, using unused supermarket produce. Duke’s Café, on High Street East, will be joined by Bare Necessities Food Bank and supported by Be Well – the social enterprise formerly known as WellFit CIC – in a project based on the work of Nottingham-based campaigner Marsha […]
17th Nov The Glossopdale Charity Crafters held their first ever craft and gift fair last weekend. And the event at Glossop Cricket Club last Saturday was regarded as a resounding success. In total, it raised a fantastic £402.37 to help support the group’s work supplying local organisations with knitted garments. There were 21 different stall-holders, selling beautiful […]
16th Nov Thousands of people across Glossopdale and Longdendale have been left frustrated after being cut off from the outside world for more than a day. It is understood around 5,000 Sky customers – in Glossop and Mottram in particular – have been without broadband and unable to make or receive calls since Monday night of what […]
15th Nov An award-winning social enterprise, which has been changing the health and wellbeing of folk across Glossopdale, will soon be known by a different name. Directors at WellFit CIC decided to listen to their customers, who felt the name failed to reflect the company’s commitment to building wellbeing. So, by the end of this month (November), […]