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Nathan – High Peak Karate Champion

In Autumn 2014 , Nathan Smith , then aged 10 , decided to follow in his big sisters footsteps and take up Martial Arts , something he had always had an interest in through watching his sister train since he was 2 years old , but had  never quite had the confidence to take up […]

Glossop’s Chimney Coming Down

Glossop’s chimney is finally set to come down as part of a scheme to provide affordable homes on the former Ferro Alloys site. High Peak Borough Council has announced a deal with Equity Housing Group and housing developer Westleigh Partnerships Ltd to build 44 houses on the Surrey Street site. It has been a long […]


The war to end all wars

Aged just 18, Darren Poyzer was on the Royal Navy’s front line during the Falklands Conflict of 1982. Now as he reaches his 50th year, he has written to deliver a genuinely unique, heartfelt and soul-searching WW1 Commemoration performance. Described as an up close and personal, alternative to Pomp and Ceremony, The War To End […]

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Allez Glossop – ready to welcome the Tour de France

On Sunday 6 July stage two of the Tour De France Grand Depart sweeps into Derbyshire and the Peak District on the A6024 near Holme Moss before following the A628 Woodhead pass towards Sheffield. The riders are expected to enter Derbyshire around 3pm with the 150-strong vehicle procession, known as the caravan, running through beforehand […]


Bare Necessities’ Supermarket Collection a Huge Success

Bare Necessities would like to thank the staff at Aldi Store in Glossop for their support on Saturday when a trolley collection was carried out. Mary Jessop volunteer said “This is not the first time that Aldi have supported the foodbank and as on previous occasions the public were extremely generous with their donations. People […]

Aldi Shopping Day
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