22nd Jun GREATER MANCHESTER PREMIER DIVISION: Woodbank 1st XI v Greenmount 1st XI, Roe Green 1st XI v Edgworth 1st XI, Prestwich 1st XI v Denton St Lawrence 1st XI, Heywood 1st XI v Denton West 1st XI, Egerton 1st XI v Clifton 1st XI, Woodhouses 1st XI v Flixton 1st XI GREATER MANCHESTER DIVISION ONE A: […]
21st Jun Former students of what is now known as Glossopdale School, have two invitations they can’t afford to ignore. This Saturday (June 23) there’s a chance to have a look around the Glossop and Talbot Road sites between 10.15am and 1pm. It will be the last occasion to remember past school days and bid a fond […]
21st Jun Free cancer information and support is coming to Glossop and Buxton next week as part of Macmillan Cancer Support’s sun safety campaign. The charity’s mobile service will be visiting The Derbyshire County Show, Ripley, Buxton and Glossop, with cancer information specialists on hand to answer questions and provide support. The team encourages anyone with worries relating […]
21st Jun Poppies have already started springing up on Norfolk Square to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War. We revealed how almost 500 had been knitted and would be entwined in the iron chains surrounding the square. The first batch of woolly poppies have now gone in and now the drive is […]
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 […]
21st Jun For the first time ever a Hayfield-born actor has appeared on a British postage stamp. Arthur Lowe – known by millions as Captain Mainwaring – appears on the Royal Mail set celebrating the 50th anniversary of Dad’s Army (main picture). All the front-line actors are featured, each with one of their trademark sayings. Mainwaring, who is […]
21st Jun An old school bell welcomed students to their first lessons in the brand new £23m Glossopdale School. The teenagers who trooped into the state of art Newshaw Lane school were delighted with what they saw. It was the completion of the fabulous new build which spells an end to split site education at Glossop’s biggest […]
21st Jun A church bells refurbishment team has been ‘working like the clappers’ at Glossop Parish Church. In fact they have taken the clappers (what strikes the bell) out as part of £43,000 restoration project. The team from Newark have also taken out the bell chamber’s wheels and sliders and ropes, And (not literally) dropped the bells. […]
18th Jun Glossop North End AFC Juniors & Ladies are recruiting for the 2018-19 and welcome enquiries from unattached players wishing to join. The club has a number of new teams and are looking to add to existing squads over the summer. The focus is on enjoyment and player development, while all coaching is minimum FA Level […]
7th Jun Families were out in force for the official opening of Derbyshire County Council’s impressive £2m Glossop Library. It was a chance to have a look around the two-storey building packed with modern features and an opportunity for youngsters to meet BBC Children’s Television presenter Ben Cajee. The CBeebies celebrity met families and read stories to […]