From the Hadfield Archives
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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, […]
3rd Feb A missing pensioner who suffered from dementia has now been found safe and well, police have confirmed. William (Billy) Burns, 76, went missing from his home in Hadfield yesterday morning (February 2) after boarding a Manchester-bound train at the town’s railway station. He had boarded a train to Ashburys, which was due in at 9:12am. […]
2nd Feb Derbyshire Police have expressed concerns for the safety of a man who is missing from his home in Hadfield. 76-year-old William (Billy) Burns suffers from dementia and was last seen at Hadfield railway station at 8:35am this morning. He boarded a train to Ashburys, which was due in at 9:12am. A police spokesperson said: “We’re […]
1st Feb Hadfield Soccersixes are looking for new teams to enter the league. They play every Sunday evening between 6pm and 8pm on the Glossopdale 3G on Newshaw Lane. It’s an FA Affiliated League with FA Qualified referees. Matches are 40 minutes long, entry is free, all equipment is provided and there are paintball vouchers and trophies […]
17th Jan A handbag and a car were stolen from a house in Hadfield last week. Thieves broke into the property on Lambgates Lane before stealing a Black Mercedes and its keys, and a woman’s handbag containing bank cards and a small amount of cash. It happened sometime between last Sunday, January 15, at 10pm and 6:30am […]
23rd Dec Minister Caroline Dinenage will visit Hadfield Nursery School after we reported staff and governors’ concerns over funding. The Under Secretary of State For Education will visit the Queen Street school to promise there is no cash crisis. Three weeks ago we reported school worries that Government plans to change Early Years funding could mean less […]
20th Dec Two Glossopdale councillors have expressed their disappointment at the opening times of pharmacies in the town over the Christmas period. The concerns of Cllrs Damien Greenhalgh and Anthony Mckeown come as NHS Tameside and Glossop Clinical Commissioning Group confirm no pharmacy will be open in Glossop on Christmas Day or Boxing Day. Cllr Greenhalgh told […]
20th Dec Fire crews were called out to a small fire in the open in Hadfield during the morning rush hour today (Tuesday). Fire fighters attended the blaze near the river on Woolley Bridge Road at around 7:55am, after a disposable barbecue had ignited. They used a couple of buckets filled with water to put out the […]
19th Dec Fire crews were called out to a small fire at Hadfield Library last weekend. But when firefighters arrived at the building on Railway Street the fire was already out. It’s believed the fire started from a hi-fi speaker at around 8:45pm last Saturday evening.
15th Dec Police have charged two men in connection with burglaries after high value cars were stolen in Glossop. Overnight between Sunday, October 9, this year and the following day, thieves smashed the window of a property on Fay Gardens in Hadfield. Once inside they stole a wallet, a purse, and a set of car keys before […]