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Police are appealing for information after an excavator was stolen from a cemetery in Glossop.
Glossop has launched its own online Christmas market.
The chair of governors at two Glossop primary schools was among the winners at the first ever St Ralph Sherwin Catholic Multi Academy Trust virtual awards night.
Milltown Studios in the High Peak is raising money for charity.
Glossopdale Furniture Project has said farewell to a charity champ.
Our very own wildlife correspondent Sean Wood was on hand to come to the 'festive' rescue when he spotted an injured deer.
Two schoolgirls have fundraising all stitched up.
Trading standards officers at Derbyshire County Council are backing a campaign to raise awareness of loan sharks so that residents can protect themselves.
The lights are shining brightly in Shirebrook in Glossop.
Buxton could be designated a neighbourhood area under proposals being put forward by a group of local residents – and the borough council is asking what people think of the plans.
According to the Shell Guide to England, Tatton House was believed to be the most visited stately home owned by the National Trust in the 1960s.
The Peak District National Park Foundation has been awarded £7,000 to help people from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities to enjoy the outdoors.
Three teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of stealing four cars and a bike in parts of the High Peak.
A 20-year-old man from Dove Holes has been charged as part of a police investigation into tackling the use of firearms and gang crime in Greater Manchester.
Residents can now sign up to learn something new in the new year with Derbyshire County Council's adult education service.
In his latest column, High Peak MP Robert Largan says he is "doing everything I can" to prevent a proposed pay rise for MPs and will donate the increase to charity if it goes ahead.
Fifty years ago, Father Christmas drew a large number of people to Hayfield Parish Church's Christmas fair.
A man wanted on recall to prison has been put back behind bars after being arrested in New Mills.
With Advent now under way and church buildings allowed to reopen for public worship as lockdown ends, Glossop Parish Church has outlined how it plans to celebrate the festive period.
Police are seeking to identify a suspect after a council worker's bag was stolen from his van whilst he was putting up Covid signs.
Police and fire services have joined forces to tackle people in the High Peak and across Derbyshire who take to the roads whilst under the influence of drink and drugs during December.
Colourful decorations are helping to add some much-needed festive cheer to Buxton.
A local charity's dementia group is set to benefit from more than £2,000 in funding thanks to a food retailer and its customers.
The local branch of Citizens Advice has helped almost 2,000 people with issues surrounding Universal Credit during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a latest report.
Almost 1,000 drivers were caught speeding across Derbyshire during a dedicated police operation.
A new way for Derbyshire communities to browse, book and buy local online has been launched by Derbyshire County Council, in partnership with district and borough councils, as part of a scheme to support towns and villages.
Walkers, runners and cyclists are being reminded of the extra precautions they can take to keep themselves safe during the winter nights.
Passengers using rail services in the High Peak and Tameside will no longer have to endure the outdated 1980s-built Pacer trains.
Derbyshire Trading Standards is asking business owners to be extra vigilant when responding to cold-call telephone calls.
A new kickstarter scheme is set to benefit businesses in Buxton and Leek.
Personal care items including toiletries and sanitary products will be distributed to those in need in High Peak.
Santa will be sending some special messages to children at Hadfield Infants School.
High Peak residents are being asked to take part in online focus groups which will help to shape Derbyshire County Council services and budget priorities for the year ahead.
The curate from Glossop Parish Church of All Saints will be striding out to raise money for the homeless.
Urgently needed Christmas presents are pouring into a Hayfield woman's home… but they don't stay there for long.
Glossop-based Carrot Productions have come up with an alternative to the annual trip to the Christmas pantomime.
A schoolgirl is getting on her bike to raise cash for charity.
Rock musician and artist James Degnen is raising hundreds of pounds for Glossopdale Foodbank with a unique picture of 'Oliver Twist' with a begging bowl and High Peak MP Robert Largan.
A Glossop musician has had a chart-topping single and orchestrated the BBC's Children In Need's 'You Are Not Alone' all in just a few days.
Buxton Fringe will open for entries for its 2021 festival on December 1, with an improved entry procedure designed to be even easier for performers to use.
A fund has been launched to establish a fitting memorial to a Charlesworth man.
Glossop Mountain Rescue Team's dedicated volunteers were called upon four times in the space of just two days to help a number of walkers.
Two 11-year-old friends from the High Peak who had gone missing have been found safe and well, police have confirmed.
A local business is donating trees to brighten up the community.
Youngsters across the High Peak went the extra mile to raise funds for BBC's Children in Need charity.
Glossopdale Labour councillors will be holding their shoppers surgery as usual this Saturday (28 November) but it will be slightly different to normal.
An e-bike has been helping to keep urban and rural communities in the High Peak safe.
Chapel Royal British Legion was looking for birthday greetings for its president who has been in lockdown since March.
Police are appealing for witnesses after two sheds were broken into on the same night on the same road in Birch Vale - with a bike stolen from one of them.
Staff have joined forces and given up their free time to give St Charles' Catholic Voluntary Academy a makeover.
Trading standards officers are urging Derbyshire residents thinking of buying a pet online to be extra cautious and do their research after receiving dozens of complaints.
In his latest column, High Peak MP Robert Largan discusses how the borough can embark on a green recovery to "build back better" from the coronavirus pandemic.
Plans are being finalised for Santa's tour of Glossopdale's streets during December.
Buxton Fringe have announced two new appointments at its recent annual general meeting, held via Zoom this year.
Public Space Protection Orders to keep the High Peak free from dog fouling and nuisance dogs have been approved by the borough council.
An accountant quizzed by police over an assault on his wife in a supermarket took his life with a knife bought in the store, an inquest heard.
Glossop Mountain Rescue Team's dedicated volunteers helped find a walker who became lost whilst walking to the B-29 crash site on Bleaklow in adverse weather.
Police are appealing for witnesses after three young men were reported to be throwing items at a house in Hadfield.
Glossop Pool - then called Wood's Baths - attracted 10,000 swimmers in a single month in April 1955, when swimming was one of the town's biggest participation leisure pursuits.
Backdrops of the iconic Peak District feature in singer/songwriter Heidi Anne's newest ballad.
A High Peak hospice has re-affirmed that it is 'here to help and here to stay'.
Here is a picture of Bernard Street in the centre of Glossop, its terraced homes decorated for some long and now forgotten celebration.
Could you be a volunteer and help support vulnerable people in your community this winter?
Police are urging drivers, particularly Ford owners, to be security conscious after a number of thefts in the High Peak.
Community spirit and generosity has helped to ensure that pupils at Charlesworth School can now benefit from a range of brand new equipment in their playground.
Glossop Mountain Rescue Team have issued an urgent plea to walkers visiting the Peak District: "If you get into difficulty on the hills and call for assistance, but manage to find your own way down before help arrives, please call 101 and let us know you are safe."
A new mile-long cycle path has been unveiled that will run alongside the new Mottram Bypass.
Beating the spread of coronavirus was always going to be a long journey. As we make our way through the third week of the new restrictions, it is worth pausing to look ahead and remind ourselves that there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Whilst many people might choose a challenge such as a long-distance walk or run, local reader Jo Dagustun, from Broadbottom, has opted for something a little different.
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).