From the Hadfield Archives
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10th Jul An eight-year-old girl from Hadfield has raised hundreds of pounds for the We Love Manchester appeal by doing a sponsored run she arranged herself. Charlie Goodwin, who goes to St Charles’ Primary, came home from school one day recently and decided she wanted to do something to support those affected by the terror attack at […]
3rd Jul A jumble trail is taking place across Glossop and Hadfield later this month in aid of a local charity. Organised by several local traders, it’s being held on Sunday, July 16, between 10am and 3pm. It’s a walking trail of car boot or jumble sales within the area, with a digital map showing all the […]
29th Jun A fundraising afternoon is taking place to support a young Hadfield couple whose baby sadly passed away earlier this month. It’s been organised by Shauney Taylor, who lives on Mersey Bank Road, in aid of her neighbours Poppy Skye McLoughlin and Reece Gardener after their five-month-old boy Sonny-Joe died from sudden infant death syndrome on June 16. […]
27th Jun Police are urging people to be on the lookout for bogus builders and callers following a report of a suspicious incident in the Hadfield area. A vulnerable woman, who lives on Mouselow Close, thought she had been the victim of a cowboy or rogue builder, described as a white male around 5ft 10in tall driving […]
27th Jun A Hadfield business that is big on health is saving cash and helping to make the planet greener. Healthcare firm Sumed International (UK) Ltd, has become one of the first in Derbyshire to receive a Carbon Smart grant. It’s received £14,375 towards roof-top solar panels, with the potential to save £2,500 a year in energy […]
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 […]