From the Hadfield Archives
21st Jun More than 670 people turned out to admire local talent at the two day Hadfield Open Art Show. And many of them walked the short distance across Station Road to the Craft Barn, where the children’s show was running simultaneously. More than 60 pieces of work were on show at Julie Norton’s Craft Barn. Which […]
24th May Our Macmillan ‘Bring A Pound Day’ campaign has been going on all day today – and at the close of play at 5pm we have collected exactly £2,401 – with the promise of more to come. Last year our ‘Bring A Pound Day’ for the charity raised thousands of pounds for the Tameside Macmillan Unit […]
7th May Glossopdale Foodbank is busier than ever as more and more people turn to it for help. The hunger shows no sign of easing as locals struggle to make ends meet. In the first three months of this year, the foodbank put food on the table for approximately 142 Glossopdale families with 173 children benefitting. A […]
25th Apr Glossopdale School held a memory-making day when former students and teachers dropped in to say their goodbyes. The scene was held at what’s now called the Foundation Stage site at Newshaw Lane which will soon come crashing down. Its place will be taken by sports fields and gardens surrounding the school. Before that happens, principal […]
12th Apr The cast of Tintwistle Primary School’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ set off to stage the Shakespearean classic. But the village children’s version wasn’t being played out in a theatre. It was in a muddy, wooded area close to the South Close school, hence the wellies and waterproofs. The pupils took part in a national event […]
12th Apr A Glossop mum is running in the Virgin Money London Marathon for Diabetes UK in memory of her cousin who took his own life. Nicole Dimmock, 33, whose cousin Mark passed away in December 2016, is taking on the gruelling 26-mile challenge on Sunday, April 22, to raise awareness of how diabetes affects emotional wellbeing. Mark […]
5th Apr Derbyshire Constabulary are concerned for the safety of a 13-year-old boy who’s been missing since Tuesday. Tyler Parmar-Andrews, (pictured top), was last seen at Hadfield Train Station at 4.30pm on April 3rd, where it’s believed he caught a train to Manchester. Tyler is described as white, 5ft 3 inches tall and of slim, medium build. […]
29th Mar Police in Glossop are appealing for dashboard camera footage of a car and van being driven away from the scene of a burglary in which a policeman was left badly hurt. The plea comes after an officer suffered a broken arm and shoulder after a raider deliberately rammed his police car. A white van and […]
22nd Mar The ‘mini’ Beast From The East blasted back over the weekend causing almost as much chaos as its big brother. Blizzards which blew in on Saturday night closed both trans-Pennine passes and country roads as strong winds whipped snow into drifts. Drivers were trapped in vehicles on the Snake Pass and Monks Road with police […]
17th Mar Heavy snow has closed the A57 Snake Pass and motorists are advised to be prepared before setting out on journeys after Highways England issued a further severe weather alert for snow this evening. Drivers are being advised to avoid trans-Pennine roads, including the M62 (junctions 21 to 25), A628 and A66, if at all possible […]