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A local farmer who had come off his quad bike and a mountain biker who had fallen off his bike were helped in what was a busy day for Glossop Mountain Rescue Team.
A road in Simmondley is set to be closed for two weeks to allow electrical works to be carried out.
After 34 years of coaching, Dave Breed has had to close the brand new Evade Martial Arts studio in Dinting which he only opened in January.
Plans to demolish what was once Glossop's biggest school and grass the site over have taken another step forward.
With more warm weather on the way, fire crews in the High Peak are urging people planning to visit the Peak District this weekend to respect the countryside and stay safe.
It's been years in the making but the opening of a Lidl store in Glossop is finally getting closer.
A 41-year-old man from Buxton has been charged with raping two women that he met on dating websites.
Glossop Peace Group is calling for people to join a silent vigil on the High Street on Sunday, as part of a world wide 'Peace Wave' on the 75th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Buxworth Football Club's sloping pitch could soon be levelled.
A motorcyclist was taken to hospital with serious injuries after a one-vehicle crash in Buxton.
Although Remembrance Day plans possibly may have to be reviewed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Charlesworth Parish Council is putting in an early application for road closures around the village centre war memorial.
A Glossop woman was so grateful for the care showed by Tameside Hospital and NHS workers that she put a sales table outside her house.
Glossop Golf Club's popular quiz night is back later this month for the first time since lockdown began.
More than a thousand Glossop people a week would race home from work or school and rush off to 'evening classes'.
Police are trying to identify a group of three young males who have been seen pushing barriers, kicking fences and being abusive to residents in Hadfield.
There is set to be more trains running between stations in the High Peak and Manchester Piccadilly from next month.
Seven drivers will receive letters of advice about speeding after being caught driving above the speed limit on a busy road in Hadfield.
The annual Lantern Procession sadly won't be able to go ahead as planned this year, but New Mills Festival organisers have come up with a bright idea that they hope will be equally spectacular.
Police have responded to claims that Glossop police station is disused and there isn't enough of a police presence in the town.
Derbyshire County Council say it has approved a further £312,000 in funding to help local residents become more active.
Ambitious plans to transform Glossop's heritage halls as part of the town's regeneration have been shortlisted to receive £2.078 million in government funding.
A Chapel charity is asking big-hearted locals to stop 'fly-tipping' donations outside its High Street shop.
In his latest column, High Peak MP Robert Largan says the tighter coronavirus restrictions in neighbouring areas is a painful reminder that the coronavirus pandemic is still far from over.
One in 10 of Derbyshire schools are running on a deficit while eight have amassed budgets a total of nearly £2 million in the red.
A warm-hearted couple whose coffee shop on Glossop high street has proven extremely popular have hung up their apron strings for the final time.
Restrictions have been eased at the High Peak's two household waste and recycling centres, meaning residents can now visit any day of the week.
Two motorcyclists escaped without serious injuries after being involved in a collision on the Snake Pass last weekend.
Police are appealing for information and potential witnesses to come forward after an attempted burglary at a house in Gamesley.
A well-known drama teacher is offering unique therapy sessions for residents of Glossopdale.
The huge community effort shown in Whaley Bridge and surrounding areas as the town's dam threatened to fail is being remembered one year on.
Police have said they are stepping up patrols and have issued security advice to residents following a recent spate of burglaries and attempted break-ins in Simmondley.
Two primary schools in the High Peak will receive almost £300,000 for repair and maintenance works - but neither are in Glossopdale.
Police have released two fresh images of a Buxton man who has now been missing for a fortnight.
Friday (31 July) marks Peter Goodman's final day as Derbyshire Constabulary's Chief Constable.
A local environmental group has been awarded grant funding by government agencies for a feasibility study into scope for renewable energy generation in Hayfield parish.
Long-eared owls are thriving on a grouse moor in the Peak District.
It was the day that Glossop Roman Catholics had been looking forward to for ages.
Historic England has given High Peak Borough Council almost £1 million to spend on Buxton.
High Peak Community Arts is launching its usual creative summer school from Monday.
Further Education provider Buxton and Leek College has been announced as a T Level provider as part of the Government pilot programme for these new advanced qualifications.
Racist graffiti has been removed from a sign in Tintwistle, thanks to a borough councillor and United Utilities.
High Peak charity The Zink Project has restarted face-to-face appointments for its advice service, partly thanks to a grant from The Albert Gubay Foundation through Nottingham Catholic Diocese.
More than 50 parents of Year 6 pupils joined an online meeting with St Philip Howard CVA headteacher Louisa Morris – one even dialling in from a holiday abroad.
A Hadfield man says a benefits delay has left him a virtual prisoner in his own house.
Young people who have been in the care of Derbyshire County Council are to be helped with their council tax until they are aged 25, even if they no longer live in the county.
A dispersal order has been put in place to help officers target concerns about anti-social behaviour in Buxton's Pavilion Gardens this weekend.
Police are appealing for information after three men allegedly stole a woman's bag in Gamesley.
High Peak MP Robert Largan has announced the return of his face-to-face help and advice surgeries.
There has been another attempted vehicle theft in Old Glossop.
Police are appealing for information after a man was seen trying to force his way into a house in Glossop.
Plans to keep a temporary market in Glossop close to the current site in the town centre now look set to happen following discussions with traders.
An owl was rescued after becoming completely stuck dangling in a tree by a discarded fishing line.
A creative girl from Glossop is helping to raise money for the NHS after winning a competition to design a special rug to celebrate key workers.
People will be able to visit Glossop Library again as it is set to reopen for the first time since lockdown began.
Police are still appealing to find a 32-year-old man from Buxton who has been missing since last Friday morning (17 July).
Police want to speak to four youngsters after a teenager was attacked and racially abused in Chapel.
New Mills Festival organisers are still looking for your creative ideas for events for this year's festival with a difference.
High Peak Borough Council has expressed its disappointment that Buxton has not been chosen as a venue for a 'Nightingale court'.
In his latest column, High Peak MP Robert Largan says how he plans to spend the next few weeks now that Parliament has recessed for the summer.
An exciting project to help families discover new routes to exercise around Glossopdale is progressing well.
A successful initiative ran by a Glossop charity to help local good causes has just passed a significant milestone.
Police are appealing for help to find those responsible for written graffiti which has been sprayed on a wall in Hadfield.
High Peak's recycling rates have hit over 50 per cent for the first time, the borough council has announced.
Gamesley Early Excellence Centre has gone the extra mile and beyond to ensure that local families have received as much support as possible throughout lockdown.
Derbyshire's new Chief Constable is set to be the officer which led the Toddbrook Reservoir emergency response last year.
The A628 Woodhead Pass will be closed again this weekend as Highways England continue work to improve the TransPennine route between Manchester and Sheffield.
The need for social distancing on school buses could cost the county council an extra £17 million – more than doubling its usual annual spend.
Police are warning people across Derbyshire to be vigilant for a new tactic being used by criminals which could leave you £2,000 or more out of pocket.
Police have released a new image of a suspected drug dealer from Buxton who is wanted.
High Peak MP Robert Largan has visited New Bodies Gym in Buxton to see the steps they have taken to make the gym safe to re-open.
Neighbourhood Watch schemes across Derbyshire are being invited to apply for a share of £5,000 to fund new and innovative approaches to crime prevention.
Three friends have been celebrating on champagne and pizza after making around 2,000 face masks.
A former air raid siren that summoned Glossop firefighters to an emergency was wailing for the last time 50 years ago.
A pair of breeding peregrine falcons have been discovered in the area and bird experts are putting it down to Covid-19.
Racist graffiti daubed on a sign in a popular beauty spot has been strongly condemned by the High Peak Stand Up To Racism group.
Padfield Community Primary School head teacher Anne Moore has used her last weekly newsletter of the summer term to thank parents for their support during the last few months.
A Glossop girl is climbing higher than Mount Everest - without getting off her bike!
Derbyshire County Council is facing a significant overspend of more than £45 million by March due to the Covid-19 pandemic – eight per cent of its total budget.
Glossop Mountain Rescue Team has come up with this branded face mask.
Peak Special School in Chinley is set to benefit from funding to go towards the replacement of flat rooves.
Leisure centres across the High Peak are set to start a phased re-opening from this weekend, but swimmers will have longer to wait to return to the water in local pools.
Litter hotspots in some of the Peak District's most challenging terrain are being targeted in a new initiative by national park rangers.
A temporary project to repair Toddbrook Reservoir in Whaley Bridge is close to being completed, with footpaths in the area set to reopen.
More than 500 people have had their say about the future of Whaley Bridge so far and a community volunteer-led group is urging other local residents to do the same.
In his latest column, High Peak MP Robert Largan welcomes legislation for public toilets to not have to pay business rates and discusses the need for "a broad national conversation" to help businesses back on their feet.
Buxton Fringe has come to an end for another year after a festival like none that have gone before - but it has still been regarded a huge success.
A young walker suffered serious injuries after falling from Mam Tor in the Peak District.
Blythe House Hospicecare has confirmed it is now able to reopen its Whaley Bridge department store on Wednesday mornings from 9am to 1pm.
Buxton's Pooles Cavern and Country Park has welcomed visitors for the first time since lockdown was imposed in March.
Derbyshire's Police and Crime Commissioner has been chosen to lead nationally on Equality, Diversity and Human Rights issues on behalf of his fellow PCCs.
A teenager was arrested, a man was allegedly assaulted and several police officers were injured as disorder broke out in Glossop town centre on Saturday evening.
Free packed lunches will be given out throughout the summer holidays for children in Hadfield, Padfield and Tintwistle as part of a new community initiative.
A 20-year-old man suffered serious injuries after being attacked by a large group of youths in Glossop in the early hours of the morning.
Hadfield and Padfield's first ever Scarecrow Festival has come to an end and it has been widely regarded as a huge success.
People are being urged to think about ways they can get involved in Neighbourhood Watch as the scheme launches a new website for Derbyshire.
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).