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The High Peak Green Party and High Peak Labour Party have confirmed that they have reached an electoral agreement for the forthcoming Whaley Bridge by-election.
Derbyshire Rural Crime Officers are tackling the issue of illegal motorbike racing, especially off-road.
High Peak Walks For Health start up again tomorrow (Thursday) with the weekly 10am ‘progression’ walk from outside Glossop railway station.
The popular long-running BBC politics programme Question Time will be coming live from Buxton on Thursday 30 January.
Derbyshire's Police and Crime Commissioner is holding meetings to discuss concerns raised during his three-year tour of the county.
Police have released CCTV images of a man they wish to speak to in connection with the theft of a car in Hollingworth last month.
Police are looking to identify a man in connection with the theft of a mobile phone from a supermarket in Glossop earlier this month.
The candidates fighting for a vacant Derbyshire County Council seat have been announced – and feature a former MP.
Police in Hadfield will be holding a 'Beat Sweep' next month to address any issues residents in the community may have.
A pledge to freeze council tax for Derbyshire householders has been abandoned.
Derbyshire County Council is urging householders and businesses affected by last year's floods to get in touch with them.
Will Mather smashed his £500 money-raising target for Mummy's Star with his run every day in December - by an incredible ten times over.
South African food crisis victims will receive £50,000 worth of help from Derbyshire Freemasons.
Heads bowed, people give thanks for something that today we all take for granted... water.
Group Scout leader Sylvia Parker has been involved with a variety of fundraisers during her time at 2nd Glossop Scouts.
Proposals to implement a Key Cycle Network throughout Derbyshire have been given the go-ahead.
Police are looking to identify a man and a woman in connection with the theft of almost £300 worth of goods from a Glossop high street shop.
Plans to spend more than £4 million on helping to tackle climate change will be considered by Derbyshire County Council next week.
The National Lottery Community Fund has given a grant to High Peak charity The Zink Project to help it grow.
Partington Players Theatre has certainly been busy this new year.
Chief Constable Peter Goodman has written an open letter to Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa, urging him to increase the council precept by £10.
Glossop RVS (Royal Voluntary Service) wants more 'mature' Glossopdale people to join them for their fortnightly get-togethers.
Here's an image of a less than busy day in Glossop's Spire Hollin, with only a mother taking her child for a walk to be seen.
The cast of Hansel and Gretel can't wait to bring the classic story to the New Mills Art Theatre stage - in true panto style - in just a few weeks time.
Hadfield food recycling project Bellies Not Bins continues to combat food waste and food insecurity in the community.
Glossop Rotary Club has hit the magical £250,000 total, with the fundraiser it first held in 1978.
Anyone interested in helping to keep Glossop tidy is warmly invited to join this month’s Glossop Big Pick on Saturday (18 January).
A dyslexia course is on offer in New Mills next month to help people understand the learning disorder better.
Police are urging motorists in Derbyshire to be alert following a recent number of catalytic converter thefts in the county.
After 42 years in the job, Arturo Bartolomeo is finally putting down his scissors.
The next Scones of Praise Service at Holy Trinity, Dinting Vale, is tomorrow, (Friday) at 2pm.
In his latest weekly column for the Glossop Chronicle, High Peak MP Robert Largan gives his thoughts on the situation at Glossop Market.
Glossopdale Foodbank is appealing for anyone with any unwanted Christmas presents to kindly donate them.
Six Glossop Sailing Club youngsters have launched on the pathway to fulfilling an Olympic dream after being selected for key training squads run by the sport’s national governing body, the RYA.
High Peak Community Arts' Project eARTh has been granted 'continuation funding' of £170,615 over three years.
People looking to get active and enjoy a kickabout are being encouraged to try Outdoor Walking Football in Hadfield.
Dropping a cigarette end on the ground has cost a woman from Buxton £400.
Police will be holding a meeting for residents living in the Green Lane and Oakfield Road area of Hadfield to discuss their concerns about crime.
People in Glossopdale who fancy taking up Tai Chi can do exactly that.
Young artists and photographers are being invited to show and sell their work at an upcoming exhibition in Hadfield.
A County Council by-election has been called for Whaley Bridge & Blackbrook following the sad passing of Alison Fox last year.
Derbyshire police were called to reports of an overturned car this morning on the A626 Glossop Road, Chisworth.
Police are appealing for information after a van was damaged in Hadfield yesterday evening (Sunday).
High Peak MP Robert Largan will be holding four more Help and Advice Surgeries for his constituents in the coming weeks.
Children and young people are set to be asked for their views on the best way for Derbyshire County Council to involve and consult with them on decisions it makes.
People with a new year's resolution to actively improve their health and wellbeing are being encouraged to utilise support available to them.
Partington Players open 2020 with the Gordon Steel penned ‘Grow Up Grandad’ .
Padfield WI is moving its venue to Hadfield Methodist Church on Station Road.
Moving to take over as the new vicar of New Mills is the Rev Owain Mitchell.
Do you have an interest in classic or modern cars?
The leader of Derbyshire's Labour group is stepping down and will also resign as a county councillor after 23 years, at next year's election.
There will be a bumper New Year edition for Be Well's first quiz of 2020, which is at The Oakwood pub in Glossop on Wednesday 15 January.
A new business networking group is launching in Glossop next week.
An evening of close-up magic is coming to Chinley next month.
In his first column for the Glossop Chronicle, Robert Largan reflects on the election result and lays out his intentions as High Peak MP.
Proposals to start a consultation with a view to addressing parents' concerns about the high demand for places at the secondary school they would like their children to go to are to be considered by Derbyshire County Council.
Glossop Market Hall traders could be offered space in currently empty shops and cabins while the building shuts for major improvements.
Local voluntary and community sector groups in Derbyshire are to be asked to help shape their future funding arrangements.
Another top film will be screened at Glossop's Partington Theatre on Saturday.
Security fencing could soon be going up at a Hadfield school and its car park ‘remodelled.’
A football club chairman’s appreciation of the devotion and dedication shown by Jill Crossland has resulted in a New Year’s honour for the former teacher.
Charging points for electric vehicles are set to be installed at five locations across the High Peak by Spring this year in a £160,000 project.
Derbyshire County Council's Leader, Councillor Barry Lewis, has welcomed the Government's announcement of funding for farmers affected by flooding.
Fire crews were called and staff were evacuated at Carpenter Ltd this morning (Tuesday).
High Peak MP Robert Largan will be holding another Help and Advice Surgery on Saturday (11 January).
The locations of speed cameras throughout Derbyshire will not be published throughout January, leaving drivers with no warning of where they will be.
Glossop Bridge Club meet twice a week and new members are welcome to join.
A service set up by an armed forces veteran, which helps to provide support for fellow former soldiers, has already made an impact.
There will be a quiz night in Gamesley later this month to raise money for Crossroads Derbyshire.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a car was stolen outside the café in Manor Park on Sunday (5 January).
With the new year now in full swing, Glossopdale Foodbank has issued a reminder for how local people in need can use and support the valuable service that it provides.
A charity shop in Glossop is actively looking for more volunteers.
Police are looking to identify someone who was riding a motorbike dangerously in Whitfield on Friday afternoon (3 January).
High Peak is to get a slice of a £263m Government aid package allocated to local authorities to help them deal with the problem of homelessness.
Glossop Mountain Rescue Team has paid a huge vote of thanks to the people of Glossopdale who supported their Christmas events.
Padfield Community Primary School has posted a bad weather warning to parents.
Our recent round-up of snow shots has had readers clamouring for more.
Dinting Cricket Club is hosting a Comedy Night next month.
Saturday (January 4) is the 50th anniversary of the withdrawal of the electric passenger service between Manchester Piccadilly and Sheffield Victoria via the Woodhead route.
People are being invited by police to set up their own Community Speed Watch in their area to keep a close eye on speeding drivers.
High Peak Borough Council is reminding people they can recycle much of their seasonal waste - including real Christmas trees, greetings cards and wrapping paper.
Chapel Players' pantomime this year is Puss in Boots, with a series of performances coming this month.
Glossop Business Network has raised a healthy amount for Glossop Mountain Rescue Team, who rely solely on donations.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps says he intends to strip Northern of its rail franchise because of the 'unacceptable' service to passengers in the north of England.
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).