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Lidl's new store in Glossop has opened its doors to shoppers for the first time.
Glossop Household Waste Recycling Centre will open later than usual on Friday (26 February) to allow demolition work to take place on the site next to the centre.
Parents across the High Peak are set to hear about their child's secondary school place for September next week.
The makers and menders at Glossop Community Allotment are celebrating the news that the National Lottery has awarded them a significant grant to help convert a shipping container on the Dinting Lane site into a workshop.
Tributes are being paid to a man who was passionate about farming and also about the people he represented as a councillor.
A High Peak hospice's popular fundraising golf day will return this summer for the third time - if coronavirus restrictions allow.
In his latest column, High Peak MP Robert Largan gives his reaction to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's roadmap announcement for easing coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
This weekend sees the last Saturday of the month (27th February) and this month's Glossopdale Labour councillors' surgery.
Police have released CCTV images of two youths they are looking to identify in relation to a 'suspicious incident' in Hadfield.
Derbyshire firefighters are feeling "forgotten" and feel they are being treated as "cannon fodder" due to a lack of regular Covid testing and of vaccine prioritisation, it is claimed.
The £4 million extension of Glossopdale School has taken a step closer following the appointment of a contractor.
Time is running out for community organisations, charities and non-profit groups in the High Peak to apply for small grants from a new fund to tackle crime and vulnerability.
Representatives of arts, culture and heritage groups and organisations in the High Peak are being asked how they can be supported during the recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Glossopdale Fairtrade Group's Fairtrade Fortnight starts on Monday (22 February) but members won't be able to dress up as bananas and hand out the Fairtrade fruit in Norfolk Square.
Derbyshire police officers will be back on TV screens as they tackle criminals on the county's roads.
The bomb disposal squad were summoned to open moorland above Glossop at the weekend after an unusual device was found by a member of the public.
Motorists are being warned about roadworks on a main road through Little Hayfield.
A High Peak man who was found with a 'large quantity' of Class A drugs and a knife in his possession has been jailed.
The little girl pictured in a fun fair ride fire engine will soon be steering the real thing.
Derbyshire County Council will be spending more than £3m on a two-phase redevelopment of Glossop Household Waste Recycling Centre.
Police and Crime Commissioners across the East Midlands have voiced their disappointment, after the region was overlooked again in the latest announcement of 'Nightingale Courts'.
United Utilities have fixed a burst water main which led to hundreds of properties in the Gamesley area experiencing water supply problems for hours.
Reuben's Retreat is looking for people to support it by completing a virtual run or walk over 874 miles, the distance from Land's End to John O'Groats.
A car thief has been jailed after stealing a high-value BMW from a takeaway in Buxton.
A Hadfield nursing home is preparing to mark a very special resident's birthday in lockdown and is looking to the local community to help her celebrate.
Glossop's St Philip Howard Catholic Voluntary Academy has received an award in recognition of the work it is doing to improve outcomes for disadvantaged students.
High Peak man Craig Taylor has been fined £175 by Stockport magistrates for failing to stop when an accident occurred and damage was caused to another vehicle.
Three people were fined for breaching Covid-19 rules after police stopped an uninsured vehicle in Chinley.
High Peak Borough Council is planning on selling land around Hogshaw in Buxton to a housing developer.
Film cameras were rolling again in Glossop on Monday to shoot scenes for 'Wolfe' - a new six-part drama series for Sky One.
Council Tax will rise by £5 as High Peak Borough Council announces it has set a budget of £11.6 million for the coming year.
On top of Dover's cliffs stands a huge and abandoned fortress known as The Citadel. In its hidden gunrooms and tunnels a local historian has discovered a soldier’s wartime graffiti which led him all the way to Glossop.
A High Peak football club's 17 perimeter advertising hoardings could be at risk.
Repairs and redecoration are under way at Glossop's largest church and now thoughts are turning to the second phase of the improvements.
We bring you our latest round-up on planning applications in the High Peak.
High Peak residents are being invited to virtually meet Derbyshire's Police and Crime Commissioner to discuss crime and policing.
Sustainable Hayfield is presenting a free Zoom webinar entitled 'People, Planet and Profit'.
People are being warned that a road in Hadfield will be restricted to one lane for five days to allow footpaths to be resurfaced.
There was an argument raging in the Glossop Chronicle columns of 75 years ago about the description of Victoria Hall.
In his latest column, High Peak MP Robert Largan welcomes new government plans to bring the NHS and social care services closer together.
Three young men were arrested after police responded to a 'disturbance' in Glossop.
Shops certainly believed in supplying as many of their customers' needs as possible in the 'old days'.
People across the High Peak are being urged to give their thoughts around Derbyshire Police using automatic number plate recognition (ANPR).
Three off-road bikers who travelled more than 20 miles from Manchester to use the disused quarry in the Harpur Hill area of Buxton have been fined.
Thousands of Glossopdale and Longdendale properties experienced water supply issues for around 18 hours after a large mains pipe burst.
Students at St Philip Howard Catholic Voluntary Academy have come up with a great way for all Glossopdale children to keep fit and have fun over the half-term holidays.
Police responding to reports of possible lockdown breaches have left advice leaflets on 22 more vehicles.
Three new fire stations are set to be built in Derbyshire, at a cost of nearly £9 million.
Police have been out over the weekend on patrols to make sure people are following the Covid-19 lockdown rules.
An Arts Derbyshire project designed to boost the wellbeing of housebound people over-65 will find out on Sunday (14 February) if it is award winning.
Police are warning would-be walkers to "seriously consider" their actions before heading into the Peaks this weekend, after three men from north Manchester drove to Hayfield last weekend to walk in the hills.
A Glossop-run initiative to combat isolation has been highlighted as a way forward in a government policy paper.
A Glossop man with a genetic muscle wasting disorder aims to inspire others like him who face life-limiting health conditions.
Partington Players Theatre has been at the centre of a real life drama since water began pouring into its Henry Street home.
Glossop Arts Project has received three years of funding from The National Lottery to secure their support for people with long-term physical or mental health conditions.
Football fan Owen Russell has come up with some fascinating information on the Glossop Gilgryst Cup winning team we reported on recently...
Here is the new look 'entrance' to one of the best views around.
A Hadfield primary school has been awarded the UNICEF Rights Respecting School Bronze Award and it's now going for gold.
Here's our latest round-up of the planning applications approved by High Peak Borough Council.
New Mills Festival is bouncing its way to a big show in September thanks to a national cash grant.
A 96-year-old Derbyshire care home resident told her daughter that she was "waiting to die" due to the mental health torment of lockdown restrictions.
Council tax for residents across Derbyshire will increase by 2.5 per cent in the coming year, the county council has confirmed.
A man allegedly spat at a police officer whilst another man was being arrested in Gamesley.
People across Derbyshire will be able to talk about their concerns during another live chat hosted by Derbyshire Police on Wednesday afternoon (10 February) ahead of Valentines Day.
Police have been stepping up actions to help tackle the long-term anti-social behaviour problems in the Pavilion Gardens area of Buxton.
High Peak MP Robert Largan's latest column is on the growing issue of building new houses throughout the borough.
The call for residents to have their say on future developments in the High Peak town of Whaley Bridge is now complete.
A Glossop gift shop is helping local families by kindly offering to print out children's school work for free.
Off-road drivers who caused damage to a farmer's private land in the High Peak were forced to pay for it.
High Peak Borough Council is inviting views on what it should prioritise in spending £6.6 million to aid Buxton's struggling high street.
Police are appealing for information after an elderly person's front door was "violently kicked" on Dinting Vale in Glossop by a group of "young people".
Three friends have been fined for breaching coronavirus rules after a driver with no licence was stopped by police in the High Peak.
Some High Peak residents will receive Cold Weather Payments as a result of the freezing temperatures over the last few days.
People in the High Peak affected by breast cancer as a patient, carer, family member or friend are being invited to meet like-minded people and gain valuable support.
Police in Derbyshire will be clamping down on motorists using their mobile phones whilst driving.
Police in Glossopdale are again warning parents that they could be fined for their children breaking lockdown rules, after a group of around 15 young people were reported gathering in Glossop town centre on Saturday evening (6 February).
Police have launched an appeal to find those responsible for fly tipping on land in Glossop.
'Manny the Manor Park Mole' is back for a new adventure in the Glossop park during lockdown.
A 23-year-old man has been charged and remanded in custody after a burglary in Buxton where the offender was armed with a knife.
Pupils at five Glossopdale schools are being offered help in paying for uniforms, sports kits and other expenses brought on by the coronavirus crisis.
The campaign to protect a green space in Hadfield from developers has won the backing of High Peak's MP.
United Utilities have called in the police after a quantity of blades were dumped in a local beauty spot.
Glossop's largest church is likely to be closed until Easter as contractors carry out repairs and improvements.
Buxton International Festival is planning to be back this summer with some of the best authors, music and opera returning to the High Peak.
A new campaign has been launched locally, in a bid to dispel misleading information circulating on social media and in the news surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Zink Project, which runs High Peak Food Bank, has launched an appeal to open a community hub to support families and individuals.
Nine new trainees have begun training at the Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service's joint police and fire training centre in Ripley.
A Glossop woman who runs a dog training school says some people who bought a 'lockdown puppy' to help them through the pandemic are now wanting to re-home them.
Taxpayers are set to give Derbyshire police £15 extra in the coming year in a bid to recruit 83 new officers, improve drones and build new police stations.
Staff from Glossop's Peak Active Sport are going the extra mile to raise cash for a good cause and celebrate PAS's 15th birthday.
Last year has been described as a 'perfect storm' for the spread of ash dieback across Derbyshire with many ash trees infected.
A quick round-up of the latest planning applications which have been approved by High Peak Borough Council.
New Mills Festival organisers are still looking for your creative ideas for events for this year's festival with a difference.
Voluntary organisations throughout the High Peak and Derbyshire are being encouraged to fill out a survey on their experiences during lockdown and how they can be supported moving forward.
Be Well's monthly quiz at The Oakwood pub in Glossop town centre is back on Wednesday (26 February).
A consultation is open for residents to have their say on plans to revise opening hours at Gamesley Library.
The Glossop and District branch of the National Childbirth Trust (NCT) will be holding its next Nearly New Sale this weekend.
Things are about to get colourful inside Bradbury Community House in Glossop this weekend.
Be Well's Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) walking group are meeting this afternoon (Wednesday).