From the Hadfield Archives
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6th Mar A Hadfield skip hire company are offering a reward for any information after two of its skips were stolen last month. Beeson Waste Disposal Ltd has put up a reward of £1,000 for information which will lead to the recovery of two eight-yard waste skips. They are believed to have been stolen on or around […]
4th Mar Hadfield Help for Heroes organiser Larry Walton was all smiles when he was presented with a cheque for the charity. Larry got involved in fundraising when his nephew was killed by an IED in Afghanistan. He was no doubt thinking of Welsh Guardsman Dane Elson when he picked up a cheque of £1,085 for the charity […]
1st Mar Old classmates will be back in their school playground this month – 45 years since they last walked through the gates! The 1972 football team from St Charles Catholic Primary are planning a reunion with a difference. But the 50-something-year-olds won’t be playing football. Steve Williamson, a former pupil, teacher and head teacher of the Hadfield […]
1st Mar Commuters across Glossopdale could face major disruption to their journeys later this month – but only for one day.  It comes as RMT Union voted to take strike action amid the ongoing row over maintaining guards on trains. This would mean drivers and guards from Arriva Rail North, which operates the Northern rail franchise, would […]
27th Feb Glossop fire crews were called to help an elderly man from Hadfield who had fallen during the night last weekend. The man is believed to have fallen against a lounge door and was unable to get back up sometime overnight on Saturday at his home on Green Lane. A neighbour raised the alarm and firefighters […]
17th Feb Three charities which help people when they need it the most have become the latest to benefit from the Glossop Jog. Blythe House Hospice, Gamesley’s Café Jericho and St Christopher’s Trust (Redcourt) were each given £2,000. This takes the amount Glossop Rotary Club has handed out to good causes since its popular annual cash raiser […]
16th Feb Hadfield people were swapping shopping bags for bin bags to take part in Cllr Ed Kelly’s latest community clean up. Once again, there were people of all ages picking up litter pickers to spruce up their part of Glossopdale. The Labour councillor said: “It was a major success. Thanks to everyone who found time, we […]
15th Feb Pupils at Glossopdale Community College are likely to see many more changes on the way as the foundations continue to be laid for their new £22m school. The single-site secondary school on Newshaw Lane will replace the deteriorating mid-20th century buildings in Glossop and Hadfield with a modern multi-purpose campus where Year 7 to 11 […]
14th Feb A butterfly has flown away in Hadfield – but not of its own accord. A pair of metal butterflies were perched on the side of The Craft Barn in Hadfield. But, one night last week, one of them was mysteriously stolen. It’s believed the butterfly was taken sometime overnight last Wednesday (February 8) from the […]
9th Feb Tradesmen and van owners are being encouraged to have their tools property marked for free at an event in Hadfield on Monday. Officers from the Hadfield and Tintwistle Safer Neighbourhood Team will be joined by the Glossop Town Centre team to help motorists to boost security and better protect themselves from thieves. Over recent months, […]