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A man from Glossop has been sentenced to 18 weeks in prison, suspended for 12 months, and banned from driving for three years.
Chapel Royal British Legion is holding a commemorative concert featuring Dove Holes Band at Town End Methodist Church.
Tributes have poured in for a county councillor from the High Peak who died last weekend, at the age of 58.
Police are inviting residents across Glossopdale to a drop-in session on Tuesday afternoon, to get advice about how to stay safe online.
A fun quiz packed out Glossop Labour Club on Saturday night to raise hundreds of pounds for Glossopdale Foodbank.
The leader of Derbyshire County Council has been shortlisted for a prestigious award.
Essential maintenance work has begun at Buxton Town Hall.
Police chiefs have welcomed a Government announcement that 85 new police officers will be recruited in Derbyshire, but it has been criticised for not being enough for the county.
A man suffered serious injuries after being involved in a collision with a lorry on the Chapel bypass on Saturday morning.
Young people across the High Peak have the opportunity to learn more about cardiac screening this weekend.
A 13-year-old girl who went missing from her home in the High Peak has now been found safe and well.
Glossopdale Masonic Lodge completed their 2018/19 year of giving by presenting further cheques to deserving local causes.
Like in most walks of life, theatrical societies like to start a new season by 'hitting the ground running' and congratulations to Glossop's Partington Players for doing just that.
A prolific shoplifter from Buxton has been jailed for five months, after stealing from a number of stores in the town.
Buxton International Festival is bringing the sunshine back this autumn with a weekend of music, books and opera for everyone.
Star-gazing Peter Tarbatt wasn't satisfied with the store-bought telescope he used to scour the skies.
Glossop-based Peak Film Society has come up with another dual language offering at next month's 'night at the cinema' in the Partington Theatre.
Things are about to get colourful inside Bradbury Community House in Glossop this weekend.
A Glossop group has again showed that when it comes to looking after train stations it's one of the best in Britain.
Hayfield is gearing up for Saturday's annual Apple Day, Craft and Autumn Fair at the village primary school.
Glossop Vehicle Enthusiasts Club has had to call off this Sunday’s military and classic vehicle show, due to the condition of its Manor Park venue.
A couple of public phone boxes that hardly get a call could be taken over by Charlesworth Parish Council.
A fun quiz to raise funds for Glossopdale Foodbank is taking place on Saturday evening at Glossop Labour Club.
Cost-cutting Charlesworth Parish Council is continuing to save cash.
Derbyshire County Council is set to receive £137,000 of funding from NHS England for extra suicide prevention work in the county.
In her latest column for the Glossop Chronicle, High Peak MP Ruth George gives her take on the current Brexit situation...
Today (Thursday) marks World Mental Health Day (WMHD), an annual campaign designed to raise awareness of mental health issues.
Glossop Rotary Club’s annual Glossop Jog saw around 260 sponsored joggers and supporters line up at Glossop Cricket Club last Sunday morning.
A Simmondley councillor is looking for local community groups and initiatives who need an extra cash boost to get in touch with him.
Pupils at Hadfield Nursery School were cooking up a storm last Monday, turning vegetables harvested from their allotment garden into tasty soups to be given to those living on the streets.
Smokers across Derbyshire are being encouraged to quit for 28 days during 'Stoptober', in the hope it leads to giving up cigarettes permanently.
Getting ready for the worst of winters are the residents of Fresh Court in Simmondley.
Community groups that mean so much to the people of Whitfield walked away with badly needed donations at a presentation event.
Fire crews from Glossop tackled a small fire on a building site in New Mills on Wednesday evening (9 October).
High Peak's MP is urging Derbyshire County Council to make a decision on extra Glossopdale School classes before the school application deadline on October 31.
Blythe House Hospicecare is on the lookout for local volunteers who are keen to support them at a series of upcoming events.
Cash is pouring into Helen Thornhill’s appeal to raise money for Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind.
An Old Glossop brewery can raise a glass after being given planning permission to extend its range of facilities.
Traders anxiously await their one-to-one consultations with the council ahead of the indoor market’s temporary closure next year, and are asking the public to keep supporting them despite uncertain times.
High Peak Walks For Health start again on Thursday.
The family of an 86-year-old man who died in a collision in New Mills have released a tribute to a beloved family man, who spent many years serving his community as a local councillor.
An artist in the High Peak will be showcasing his talents on a TV programme, in a bid to be named 'Landscape Artist of the Year'.
You may remember that, this time last year, Norfolk Square in Glossop town centre was adorned with hand-knitted poppies.
A consultation has been launched for residents to have their say on plans to revise opening hours at Gamesley Library.
An abusive ex-boyfriend who stabbed his former partner in front of police officers has been jailed for 14 years.
Two men have been charged after an alleged assault in Buxton last week.
Be Well's Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) walking group are meeting this afternoon (Wednesday).
A trial aimed at encouraging residents across the High Peak to recycle more of their food waste has been extended.
The latest meeting of the Glossop Business Network is coming up next week.
Local social enterprise Be Well have launched their three-year intergenerational project 'Reuniting the Generations' with bunting, curling and lots of cake.
A Buxton-based group is set to get even fitter, thanks to a £500 grant from Derbyshire County Council.
Residents across Glossop and Tameside are invited to a conference to hear about and contribute to the development of local services throughout the borough.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of robbing two post offices in the High Peak.
County councillors will discuss Derbyshire’s latest road casualty figures following a huge increase.
A man was involved in a crash in Little Hayfield on Saturday afternoon as his car overturned after crashing into a wall.
Fourteen drivers were caught excessively speeding on a busy road in Glossop on Sunday afternoon.
The Conservatives' prospective parliamentary candidate for High Peak, Robert Largan, has increased his calls for Derbyshire County Council to urgently bring forward the expansion of Glossopdale School.
Charlesworth Parish Council wants a logo to boost its profile and it's looking to villagers for ideas.
Police in New Mills and Hayfield took part in a week-long beat sweep to target anti-social behaviour, road safety, crime and reach out to members of the community.
Here is a Glossop scene that’s changed considerably since this photograph was taken, probably in the early days of the last century.
Members of Glossop Rotary Club are making preparations for their 2019 Glossop Jog on Sunday.
The organisers of this July's highly successful Buxton Fringe Festival are already planning next year's event.
Offenders ordered by courts to do unpaid work could be tackling jobs in Charlesworth.
Glossop's Partington Theatre have chosen 'Salt Of The Earth' by John Godber to open their 2019/2020 season.
Central Methodist Church in Glossop is responding to what it describes as ‘our Climate Emergency' by holding a community event.
Derbyshire police's rural crime team will be taking part in a national week of action to help combat rural and wildlife crime in the county.
Hayfield Royal British Legion's annual Poppy Appeal Concert will be at the village's St Matthew's Church next month.
Glossop Men's Gang is looking for entertainers for its once a month get-together.
Glossopdale Fairtrade Group is celebrating 25 years since Fairtrade certified products – coffee, tea, and chocolate – were first launched in the UK.
A woman from Glossop aims to climb the equivalent of the 29,000ft tall Mount Everest... but without leaving the High Peak.
High Peak MP Ruth George writes about the latest situation with Brexit in her Glossop Chronicle column this week.
Glossop Labour Club is staging a benefit gig on Saturday, to raise cash for a Tameside charity that helps the street homeless.
It was back to ‘Royston Vasey’ for a group of League of Gentlemen superfans, who had a grand tour of filming locations while raising cash for charity.
Glossopdale WI members have heard all about a simple phone that acts as a safety device for the elderly or housebound.
The village of Hayfield will play host to its annual Apple Day next weekend.
Glossopdale Patient Neighbourhood Group are holding a drop-in session on Saturday, to learn more about what's on offer in the area to help with your wellbeing this coming winter.
The Great Hollingworth Bake and Share is in the Cannon Street Community Centre on Saturday.
Robert Hodgetts-Haley has been selected as the prospective parliamentary candidate for the Green Party in the High Peak.
Two prospective parliamentary candidates who will be facing each other in a High Peak General Election fight have exchanged words.
A man has been charged with drink driving after crashing into a number of vehicles in Glossop last Friday afternoon.
Glossop roads have not made the latest list where Derbyshire CREST (Casualty Reduction Enforcement Team) will be siting their mobile camera units.
The Bishop of Derby, the Rt Rev Libby Lane, ‘returned home’ for an extra special service.
High Peak Walks For Health are back in Glossop on Thursday for the weekly 10am ‘progression’ walk from outside the Norfolk Street station.
Glossop market traders met with members of High Peak Borough Council last Friday evening, to find out how restoration work on the market hall will affect their businesses in the near future.
The Bureau in Glossop officially launched a volunteer-led community cafe earlier this week.
A Glossopdale campaigner played a major role in what she describes as creating one of the most important resolutions passed at last week’s Labour Party Conference.
The 'most successful' New Mills Festival came to an end last weekend, after thousands descended on the town for two weeks of art, culture and entertainment.
The Glossop and District branch of the National Childbirth Trust (NCT) will be holding its next Nearly New Sale this weekend.
Howard Town Brewery will have its latest planning application discussed at next Monday’s High Peak Development Control Committee.
Birds from as far away as Cumbria 'flew in' for Glossop and District Poultry Club's annual show.
Police investigating the theft of a large amount of cash from a man in Buxton have released an image of a man they want to speak to.
The Glossop Chronicle followed the hard work of local homeless initiative UNITY Outreach as they dish up hot meals, give out snack packs, toiletries, clothing and other essentials for those sleeping rough in Manchester.
Police are looking to track down two men after a burglary at a Boots store in Buxton last week.
The introduction of new opening times at libraries throughout the High Peak has now come into effect.
Police are looking to trace a Land Rover Defender that was stolen in Glossop earlier this week.
A main Chapel-en-le-Frith road has re-opened as major work to fix a broken culvert nears completion.
Customers at a Hadfield pub know how to save lives - now all they need is a defibrillator to do it.
A new volunteer-led cafe is opening at The Bureau in Glossop this afternoon (Monday).
Police have been helping pupils with an 'alien landing' investigation in the school grounds in Tintwistle.
High Peak MP Ruth George discusses the return of Parliament, following this week's Supreme Court ruling, in her latest Glossop Chronicle column.
Police investigating a theft at Superdrug in Glossop are seeking to identify a woman they would like to speak to.
Whitfield people are getting a chance to decide which community projects receive a slice of £2,000 pot.
Old Glossop’s Howard Town Brewery is bigger and better than ever, following an impressive expansion at their site on Hope Street.
Glossop councillors were demanding a bigger say in the planning of a ‘new look’ town centre in the winter of 1969.
Derbyshire police could soon be using drones to home in on law-breaking drivers.
Christmas may be more than two months away, but the Friends of Victoria Hall are feeling festive.
New Mills Festival's Lantern Procession and Street Party is on Saturday and the town promises to be packed.
High Peak’s prospective Lib Dem parliamentary candidate Guy Kiddey was called a ‘prize pony’ when he was out in Glossop with his campaign team.
Padfield councillor Ollie Cross has got something new for his trophy cabinet - in the shape of a wooden spoon.
Christmas is coming and Charlesworth Parish Council wants to cut down on what it pays for its Christmas trees.
It’s Recycle Week this week and High Peak Borough Council is encouraging everyone to take a look at what they’re throwing away and check if anything can be recycled.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a road rage and criminal damage incident in New Mills.
Freelance photographer John Parkins has seen his dream holiday to India cancelled following the shock collapse of travel agents Thomas Cook.
The Cavalry of Heroes turned back the clock with an all-action display at Hayfield Country Fair and Sheepdog Trials last weekend.
This weekend sees the return of the popular Apple Day in New Mills, which is back for the 11th year in a row.
Police investigating an incident in Hadfield are appealing for the public's help to identify a woman.
Mark Nolan has been confirmed as a prospective parliamentary candidate for the Brexit Party in the High Peak.