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Glossop's main foodbank is desperately appealing for more donations to boost supplies, which are running very low.
Police have released CCTV images of two men they are looking to speak to after a pick-up truck was stolen at a house in Padfield.
More on-call firefighters are needed at Glossop Fire Station.
A number of drivers were caught travelling over the speed limit on a busy road in Tintwistle on Sunday afternoon.
A 41-year-old man who assaulted and harassed his ex-partner has been jailed.
Police have released CCTV images after a report of a sexual assault on a train from Manchester Piccadilly.
There's an opportunity for owners of bicycles to get them security marked in the High Peak this weekend.
Police are appealing for help to identify two men in connection with a recent theft in Glossop.
Glossop market traders are demanding urgent answers from High Peak Borough Council as they can see no end in sight from scaffolding problems, access issues and worry as to their future.
A Glossop charity that’s raised cash for more than 50 good causes is in touching distance of living a dream.
A residential care home in Hadfield has been put under an “appropriate action plan” following a drop in standards to “Inadequate”.
A new volunteer-led cafe will be launching at The Bureau in Glossop later this month.
In her Chronicle column this week, High Peak MP Ruth George says she can understand local people's frustrations about road safety in our area.
Two teenage girls who went missing from their home near Whaley Bridge on Tuesday night have been found.
Watchdogs in Derbyshire have found that many rural residents found gaps in services and were often isolated from accessing care due to a lack of public transport.
People in Hadfield and nearby villagers won’t have to travel to the post office in Hyde to pick up their undelivered mail.
Things are about to get colourful inside Bradbury Community House in Glossop.
Hayfield Country Show and Sheepdog Trials are back this weekend and, for two days, the village’s population is set to soar.
Students at St Philip Howard school were ‘ecstatic’ following a kind donation of a minibus to help them attend long distance competitions - all from the generosity of an ex-pupil.
The Glossop and District branch of the National Childbirth Trust (NCT) will be holding its next Nearly New Sale next month.
Volunteers will be hitting the streets of Glossop again on Saturday for the latest ‘Big Pick’.
With less than 100 days until the big day, Christmas is starting to come into focus for people across Glossopdale.
Whaley Bridge could soon be filled with 'rivers of flowers' as residents look to spread positivity following last month's Toddbrook Reservoir dam incident.
Home Start High Peak are looking for more mums, dads and grandparents who have parenting skills to volunteer.
Organised by Glossop’s Community Wellbeing Charity, The Bureau, five people walked 26 miles for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Glossop and District Poultry Club will hold its annual show in Central Methodist Church next Saturday (28 September).
Police are inviting Hadfield residents to a drop-in session during Get Safe Online Week next month.
Tintwistle Parish Council is holding a car boot sale next Sunday (29 September).
The Liberal Democrats prospective parliamentary candidate for the High Peak will be in Glossop this weekend, with the aim of meeting voters.
A Patterdale terrier type dog was left with substantial facial injuries after it was put into a badger sett to fight during an incident in Chinley.
A Glossop group is dedicating its time to sewing sanitary towels for less advantaged girls.
Everyone’s invited to run, walk, dance, prance, jog and jingle to help raise funds for hospice care in the High Peak.
It wasn't all just fruit, flowers and veg at Tintwistle Allotment Gardeners Association's eighth annual horticultural show last Saturday.
Buxton Museum could be handed over to volunteers as Derbyshire County Council looks to make budget cuts.
The Glossop and District branch of the Embroiderers' Guild's next meeting is on Wednesday, September 25, at Glossop Cricket Club.
High Peak MP Ruth George has ‘expressed disappointment’ over news that proposed ‘accessibility work’ to Chinley Station will cost more than £2m.
Scones of Praise at Holy Trinity Church starts up again on Friday following the summer break.
Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service have urged residents across the county to think about fire engines when parking their cars.
There will be two special guest appearances from familiar faces as Be Well's monthly quiz returns this evening (Wednesday).
Glossop-based Powsers Mountaineering Club spent a blustery July day walking more than 30k for Reuben’s Retreat.
The Conservative prospective parliamentary candidate for the High Peak, Robert Largan, has welcomed a £14bn cash boost for schools.
Derbyshire County Council is set for another multi-million pound overspend on children’s services.
A new timetable detailing revised opening hours at Derbyshire County Council libraries will be introduced at the end of this month.
Glossop welcomed 11 former evacuees from Lowestoft for a three-day stay.
Bus and train fare discounts for thousands of Derbyshire school pupils are set to be scrapped.
There’s an opportunity to get advice from local emergency services at a surgery in Gamesley this morning (Tuesday).
A plug socket which caught fire at a house in Glossop led to firefighters attending to make the property safe.
Locals keen to set up a new project to help the community can get more information about funding.
A former Glossop accountant has been sentenced to six and a half years in prison by a judge at Manchester Crown Court.
Police are appealing for witnesses after two men died in a fatal crash involving a car and a lorry in New Mills yesterday afternoon (Thursday).
A new strategy to help some of the most vulnerable people in Derbyshire is being considered by the county council.
Firefighters and an electrical engineer were called after an electrical fire at an industrial site in Hadfield.
A consultation by the county council to extend smoke-free spaces across Derbyshire has had a positive response.
Working mums and women in business have a chance to meet new contacts and friends in an informal setting.
A man has been taken to hospital after being injured in a collision involving a motorbike and a car in Glossop this afternoon (Thursday).
Ellie Owen was a force to be reckoned with last Saturday when she was selling homemade cakes and dream catchers – all in a bid to save sea turtles.
Rosie Arnfield will be playing at The Globe next Thursday, sharing her own 'dreamy folk' songs with the town she credits for her success ahead of a UK-wide tour.
Glossop’s Citizen's Advice branch broke out the cake and biscuits for a well-deserved celebration - it was one of the very first offices to be established in the country.
Victoria Hall on Talbot Street is being put in the spotlight with its upcoming heritage week, giving visitors the opportunity to look around the Grade 2 listed building that previously held Glossop library.
George Bromley has been busy crafting key-rings in aid of Manchester Children's Hospital, who helped him following a rare reaction to eye-drops.
Volunteers helped police keep tabs on drivers speeding on Padfield Main Road yesterday afternoon (Wednesday).
Glossop Cricket Club scorer Mark Senior is set to finish his ‘Walk for Life’ in aid of The Christie this Saturday in memory of his wife Sue.
Shoppers in towns across the High Peak and Derbyshire Dales are encouraged to zip it as part of a purse theft campaign starting this week.
Proroguing Parliament so early fails to help anyone, writes High Peak MP Ruth George in her Glossop Chronicle column this week.
There is still time for businesses affected by the partial collapse of the Toddbrook Reservoir dam to apply for an emergency grant.
Two local police officers presented the 2nd Glossop Cubs with their latest badge last night (Tuesday).
High Peak Borough Council is warning dog owners to clean up after their animals or risk paying a £100 fine.
Be Well's Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) walking group are meeting this afternoon (Wednesday).
High Peak electors have until 23 September to have their say in a review of polling districts, polling places and polling stations across the region.
Harlequin Arts Academy are holding drama and musical theatre classes every Friday, starting this week (13 September).
Tintwistle Allotment Gardeners’ Association is holding their eighth annual show on Saturday.
Today (Tuesday) is World Suicide Prevention Day and there are a number of organisations which provide support to help people who are having suicidal thoughts.
A local choir are inviting Glossopdale folk to join them at their regular sing-alongs.
Plans are in the pipeline to build three bungalows with associated access, infrastructure and landscaping works at the former Charlesworth Nursery and Garden Centre.
Tuesday marks World Suicide Prevention Day, with services from across the local area attending an information event in Norfolk Square, Glossop.
Volunteers throughout the county are being called on to help clear snow and ice from Derbyshire’s roads and pavements this winter.
Glossop Mountain Rescue Team were called on Sunday evening to help a father and daughter who found themselves benighted near Middle Black Clough.
Parents of Year Six pupils living in Derbyshire can now apply to Derbyshire County Council for their child’s secondary school place for September 2020.
Speed cameras will be in operation in two locations over the next two weeks.
They're looking for keen quizzers across Derbyshire to take part in the next series of the hit ITV show.
High Peak MP Ruth George feels that the 50 extra officers which will be recruited next year is not enough for Derbyshire to cope with the desperate need for more police.
A car inadvertently crashed into a gas box on a busy Glossop road this morning (Friday).
The UK’s leading student insurance provider is searching for Glossop's most inspirational teacher, with £500 up for grabs for one lucky candidate.
The Canal and River Trust is now starting work to plan the repair and restoration of Toddbrook Reservoir.
A Gamesley mum who has tackled PTSD, depression and struggled to go out with her children has come first runner-up in a prestigious national beauty pageant.
Glossop could see more police officers in the town next year.
Temporary traffic lights will be in operation this week on a busy Glossop road during the evenings and overnight.
Simmondley News have set up shop at The Kiosk in Glossop’s Market Arcade, in the hope of bringing daily local news and magazines to the town centre.
Glossopdale Charity Crafters are looking for more people to join their friendly group and donate material to help them make a variety of items.
A super slimmer has been named Glossop's Slimming World 'Woman of the Year' 2019, thanks to her incredible 5st weight loss.
Two mums from Glossop and Hadfield have taken to hiding books across the local area in a bid to get local kids excited about reading.
It was all go at Glossop's Market Hall last weekend at a family fun day.
A Glossop costume designer will unveil her new exhibition, titled ‘Dreaming of the Peaks’ this week, inspired by her time spent in London while missing the hills of the Peak District.
Performing Arts school Take Part is celebrating the opening of their second venue in Glossop.
In her weekly column for the Glossop Chronicle, MP Ruth George gives her take on the goings-on in Parliament this week and what it means for the High Peak.
A Glossop family is raising awareness of a rare genetic disorder after their little girl was born with complex visual impairment Nystagmus.
High Peak Borough Council is encouraging residents to complete a Household Enquiry Form as soon as possible.
Today (Wednesday) marks the end of an era as Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service's Chief Fire Officer Terry McDermott retires after three decades of service.
Windsurfers made light work of reduced water levels at Glossop Sailing Club's 'Pop-Up' Summer School.
Chapel-en-le-Frith Women's Institute is hosting an Afternoon Tea this weekend to raise money for Blythe House Hospice.
An independent review is to be held into the partial collapse of the reservoir dam in Whaley Bridge.
Fire crews tackled a wheelie bin fire outside a property on Derbyshire Level this afternoon (Tuesday).
Glossop’s newest grassroots football team are asking for your support as they embark on their first season.
If hearing loss is affecting your everyday life and you want to communicate with others better, Be Well has just the course for you.
You’re invited to an ABBA tribute night at Glossop Golf Club on Saturday.
It’s bring a buddy day at Glossop Rugby Union FC Amazones on Saturday.
Old Glossop Residents' Association say hundreds of villagers have raised objections about three proposed housing developments.
New Mills Art Theatre has picked Hansel and Gretel as its next panto.
A senior lecturer whose childhood on the edge of Glossop inspired his writing has made Countryfile's Book of the Month.
Glossop Royal British Legion is setting up a Touchpoint service in the town.