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Police are appealing for witnesses after the alleged theft of diesel from a Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) on the Woodhead Pass.
The Hummingbird Hubs in Glossop has launched an appeal to help provide laptops and tablets for children in the local area that don't have access to online learning at home.
A 42-year-old man from Simmondley has been charged after police uncovered £50,000 worth of suspected drugs and a substantial amount of cash.
A charity shop is hosting a 'drop and donate' session in New Mills for local people to donate quality or specialist items to help raise vital hospice funds.
Woodhead Mountain Rescue Team is used to dealing with emergencies and now it's got one of its own.
The Friends of Glossop Station are planning a display of paintings in memory of the late Peter Glover, who was an active member of the Lowestoft Evacuation Society.
A Hadfield nurse and her friends are aiming to run 50 miles for charity this month and some of them are doing it wearing weights.
The team at Hadfield's Carmel Church served 73 hearty breakfasts to folk from Hadfield, Padfield and Tintwistle last Saturday, as part of a project to make sure no one goes hungry.
As ever, Derbyshire CREST (Casualty Reduction Enforcement Support Team) will be using cameras to catch speeding drivers.
A Derbyshire poet has released the second chapter of an 'audio artwork' celebrating this year's 70th anniversary of the Peak District National Park - and it's all about wintry weather.
Heavy snow has started to make its way into the High Peak on Thursday morning (14 January).
Padfield Community Primary School's head teacher has some reassuring words for parents.
It's always been a tight squeeze getting over Besthill Bridge at the best of times, particularly if you are driving a bus or a truck.
A High Peak scrap metal boss is back on national television trying to buy a variety of items from viewers.
Rail services are operating again between Manchester and Sheffield following flooding at Chinley earlier on Thursday (14 January).
Even tougher rules were in place at the latest High Peak livestock market in Bakewell on Monday.
Derbyshire Police say drink driving offences dropped by more than a third over the festive period, but the decrease was probably because of Covid-19 restrictions.
For well over 30 years, Glossopdale people turned back the clock to celebrate the reign of Queen Victoria and hundreds of visitors eagerly joined in.
Take a look at some of the latest plans which have been approved by High Peak Borough Council.
Four young adults have been fined for breaking Covid regulations, after travelling from Greater Manchester to Chapel-en-le-Frith to stay overnight for "no exceptional reason".
A man has been arrested after police uncovered £50,000 worth of suspected drugs and a substantial amount of cash in Glossopdale.
People are being invited to join a virtual discussion about being part of the LGBTQI+ community in the High Peak.
Police have launched 'Operation Derbyshire' to highlight the positive plans to target four main areas of crime.
In his latest column, High Peak MP Robert Largan discusses how the hospitality industry in particular has been badly affected by the coronavirus pandemic and the support available to businesses impacted by forced closure.
Police are appealing for help after a second incident of criminal damage involving a bus in Hadfield in recent weeks.
A cafe from Glossop are doing their part for the community by providing fresh food parcels to anyone who needs them, no questions asked.
A police officer was injured and a vehicle ended up on its side as five people were arrested on suspicion of conspiring to burgle homes in the High Peak.
People are being reminded not to dump donations outside charity shops which are closed, or potentially face being prosecuted.
Police investigating reports of criminal damage to cars in Whaley Bridge are appealing for information.
A group of four walkers from Manchester who breached Covid-19 rules to search for the B-29 crash site on Bleaklow for five hours in the snow had to be rescued by Glossop Mountain Rescue Team.
Glossop Old Band is crowdfunding to go to the National Brass Band Championships.
It was 12 months into the Second World War and in Glossopdale a battle was raging - but this particular fight was with nature!
Glossop-based charity PCrefurb has joined forces with the local NHS to train up a network of Digital Champion volunteers to help digitally excluded people access the online world.
Residents are being asked for their views on a new Council Plan unveiled by Derbyshire County Council, which outlines the authority's key priorities for the next four years.
High Peak Build Back Better has just re-launched as High Peak Green New Deal and it's offering everyone a chance to improve their lives.
Glossop's Partington Theatre is starting 2021 with optimism, despite productions being cancelled or called off due to Covid-19.
It's the time when many of us make New Year resolutions and a local charity is appealing for people to make one for them.
Once one of Glossop's top hotels, The George on Norfolk Street in the bustling town centre, could be turned into homes.
Police are continuing to investigate a suspected arson attack in Glossop town centre after a property was broken into.
Options House at the entrance to Glossop's Brookfield Industrial Estate is to get a new lease of life.
Elvis has left the building and, to be honest, he never even went in!
More than 50 tractors, a wagon and a motorbike passed through Glossop as part of a memorial run for a farmer.
The owner of a pet is waiting by the phone for the call that could end a month of heartache.
Mam Tor on a sunny Christmas Day was the perfect romantic setting as Matt Savory got down on one knee - plucked up his courage - and proposed.
High Peak Borough Council has given planning permission for 9A Charlestown Road in Glossop to be converted into a house.
High Peak CVS is inviting interested parties to a funding workshop to learn more about Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa's Vulnerability Fund.
Police are appealing for information after a property in Glossop town centre was broken into.
A tree surgeon service in the High Peak is recycling Christmas trees to help raise money for Blythe House Hospicecare.
Police are appealing for help to find two male youths after mud was thrown at a bus driver's side window in Hadfield.
Glossop Mountain Rescue Team had to contend with darkness and thick snow when a couple became disorientated and lost during a walk on Bleaklow.
High Peak MP Robert Largan's first column of 2021 is all about the rollout of the coronavirus vaccine.
Football legend Tommy Docherty, who lived for several years in Charlesworth, has died at the age of 92.
A man who drives over the Snake Pass to get to and from home is asking Derbyshire County Council to 'start ploughing'.
Derbyshire Police will soon have a new Deputy Chief Constable, as Kate Meynell prepares to join the force from Nottinghamshire Police.
Libraries in the High Peak are now only open for limited purposes following the imposition of Tier 4 coronavirus restrictions.
Carmel Church in Hadfield will be providing free packed lunches for local secondary school pupils on Wednesday (6 January).
Part of a Glossop road is set to be closed for a week to allow electrical works to be carried out.
Detectives are appealing for information following the death of a woman whose body was found on a field in Hadfield.
Duke of Norfolk Church of England Primary School in Glossop has advised parents that it will not reopen to all pupils on Monday 4 January and will be closed for two weeks.
2020 really was a year like no other. As a new year begins in earnest, we wanted to briefly reflect on some of the stories we've covered in the last 12 months - both before and during the pandemic.
Police say they have received reports of some scam phone calls targeting residents in the Glossop area on Wednesday (30 December).
Towns all over the country held cash-raising events to buy Spitfires during the dark days of the Second World War.
A move to give Tintwistle a third defibrillator is being made by the parish council.
St Philip Howard Voluntary Catholic Academy students were given a 'test of character' before they finished for Christmas - and they passed with flying colours!
There could soon be more 'elbow room' for drinkers at New Mills Art Theatre.
Tintwistle Parish Council has got its own logo and it depicts village locations and activities.
The body of a woman has been found in a field in Hadfield.
A driver from Hadfield was found to be more than three times over the legal drink drive limit, Stockport magistrates heard.
Plans to bring a landmark High Peak pub back to its former glory have been given the go-ahead by the borough council.
Police have issued some simple safety tips if your children have received a new phone, games console or any electronic device for Christmas.
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).