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Monday (8 March) signals the big return to school for children in Glossop and the rest of High Peak, with safety measures being paramount.
Two women who ended up lost whilst walking in the Crowden area were found thanks to Glossop Mountain Rescue Team.
High Peak's Conservative MP says he "absolutely supports" pay rises for NHS staff but states they will still be getting an increase over the majority of public sector workers this year.
Catalytic converter thefts are on the rise in Derbyshire as police appeal for information.
We all know of Captain Sir Tom Moore's inspirational efforts for the NHS and it's good to know his example still inspires.
Dinting station has become the third in Glossopdale to have CCTV installed and no one is more delighted than Robert Largan.
Police are appealing for information after a small group of youths were "kicking at doors and being abusive to residents" on a street in Hadfield.
Tintwistle Women's Institute members have been 'showing the love' over the lockdown by making pots of summer flowers and giving them to villagers.
Another defibrillator could soon be on the way to Tintwistle thanks to the village's caring parish council.
A Hadfield action group is stepping up its fight to stop houses being built on land which it claims is a natural green barrier between two communities.
The plaque in memory of village hero Ken Dibble is ready to be installed and it will go at a place close to his heart.
Much-loved and well-respected Glossop resident Ruth Fennell has passed away at Whitfield House after a short illness.
Mountain rescue crews launched a search party on Bleaklow to find a lost walker.
A floodlit games area is part of an ambitious scheme to boost community facilities in Tintwistle.
A Glossop teacher likes maps so much that she's commissioned an artist to create one on her living room wall.
A paedophile from Chapel-en-le-Frith has been jailed for six-and-a-half years for sexually abusing a young girl under the age of 13.
Trees close to Glossop town centre are in for the chop as High Peak Borough Council battle against the killer ash dieback disease.
Motorists are being warned that the A628 Woodhead Pass between Tintwistle and Crowden is due to be closed this weekend.
Chapel-en-le-Frith is one of 35 train stations across Northern's rail network which have been given a facelift.
Only one out of over 400 vehicles were driving at high speed when police officers held their latest 'speed watch' in Glossopdale.
Children missing their school meals have been getting regular packed lunches thanks to a church and people partnership.
High Peak MP Robert Largan says he's backing the Chancellor Rishi Sunak's Budget, which set out the country's plan for economic recovery as it emerges from the coronavirus pandemic.
Here is another football team pictured in 1910, possibly on Pyegrove Fields.
A popular resident at a Hadfield nursing home was inundated with well-wishes from all corners of the globe as she celebrated her birthday in lockdown.
Police are warning people to be vigilant after a member of the public received a scam call purporting to be from Santander bank.
Police have reiterated advice to vehicle owners after a Land Rover Discovery was stolen in Glossop this week.
In his latest column, High Peak MP Robert Largan writes about Shamima Begum, who left the UK as a teenager for Syria to join the Islamic State group, following the recent Supreme Court verdict.
Eleven drivers will receive letters of advice after police carried out a 'speed watch' at the bottom of the Snake Pass in Glossop.
A new survey has been launched to "understand the risk and impact of dog theft" across Derbyshire following a series of high-profile incidents recently.
Our thanks once again go to Glossop Heritage Trust director Mike Brown for supplying another picture from his archives of bygone Glossop.
Police have released information about an incident last week and what appeared to be a high speed police chase in Glossop.
Organisers are planning for Tintwistle's annual Children's Gala Day to go ahead this summer.
Derbyshire police officers will be back on the small screen tonight (Monday) in the latest episode of the popular documentary series Traffic Cops.
Glossop Classic Vehicle Show will be back in Manor Park this year - and this time with a summer slot.
A thriving local indie pop band – featuring a talented lead singer from Glossop – have just released their latest single, which takes them back to their childhood.
Derbyshire council officials have admitted that many of their pothole repairs may have to be done again after a few months and that repeated "quick patch-up jobs" will often be carried out.
Residents in the Whitfield area of Glossop have the chance to speak with police about any local issues they may have this week.
People across the High Peak are being urged to give their thoughts around Derbyshire Police using automatic number plate recognition (ANPR).
Glossop Health Team has revealed that its second vaccine supply for people who received their first Pfizer jabs at the North Road cricket club hub on December 22 and 23 will soon be on the way.
Nine people have been arrested and a quantity of suspected crack cocaine, cocaine powder and heroin has been seized as police moved in on an alleged county lines drug gang in North Derbyshire.
Rail company Northern is set to introduce a new system that will allow refunds to appear almost instantly in the bank accounts of passengers.
The kind-hearted League of Ladies WI have been hard at work to 'show the love' in Glossop.
Derbyshire people will be going to the polls in just under three months and, in a little part of the county, two former MPs will be going head-to-head.
High Peak Borough Council has approved two motions proposed by Green Party members Joanna Collins and Charlotte Farrell that will contribute to the authority meeting its target of reducing carbon emissions to net zero by 2030.
A pupil at All Saints Catholic Voluntary Academy decided to spread some cheer as part of a Captain Sir Tom Moore-inspired challenge.
Lidl's new store in Glossop has opened its doors to shoppers for the first time.
Glossop Household Waste Recycling Centre will open later than usual on Friday (26 February) to allow demolition work to take place on the site next to the centre.
Parents across the High Peak are set to hear about their child's secondary school place for September next week.
The makers and menders at Glossop Community Allotment are celebrating the news that the National Lottery has awarded them a significant grant to help convert a shipping container on the Dinting Lane site into a workshop.
Gardeners at Chinley allotments, who were alarmed when their crops died or exhibited grotesquely deformed growth, say tests carried out by a leading chemical company confirmed herbicide poisoning.
Tributes are being paid to a man who was passionate about farming and also about the people he represented as a councillor.
Representatives of arts, culture and heritage groups and organisations in the High Peak are being asked how they can be supported during the recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
You don't have to be an adrenaline junkie to take part in the latest fundraiser for a charity that delivers care across the High Peak and Derbyshire Dales.... but it certainly does help.
In his latest column, High Peak MP Robert Largan gives his reaction to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's roadmap announcement for easing coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
Glossop people seeking a new life were packing their bags and emigrating east - to Moose Jaw in Canada.
People are being warned that a road in Hadfield will be restricted to one lane for five days to allow footpaths to be resurfaced.
This weekend sees the last Saturday of the month (27th February) and this month's Glossopdale Labour councillors' surgery.
Police have released CCTV images of two youths they are looking to identify in relation to a 'suspicious incident' in Hadfield.
Derbyshire firefighters are feeling "forgotten" and feel they are being treated as "cannon fodder" due to a lack of regular Covid testing and of vaccine prioritisation, it is claimed.
The £4 million extension of Glossopdale School has taken a step closer following the appointment of a contractor.
A High Peak hospice's popular fundraising golf day will return this summer for the third time - if coronavirus restrictions allow.
Time is running out for community organisations, charities and non-profit groups in the High Peak to apply for small grants from a new fund to tackle crime and vulnerability.
Glossopdale Fairtrade Group's Fairtrade Fortnight starts on Monday (22 February) but members won't be able to dress up as bananas and hand out the Fairtrade fruit in Norfolk Square.
Derbyshire police officers will be back on TV screens as they tackle criminals on the county's roads.
The bomb disposal squad were summoned to open moorland above Glossop at the weekend after an unusual device was found by a member of the public.
Motorists are being warned about roadworks on a main road through Little Hayfield.
A High Peak man who was found with a 'large quantity' of Class A drugs and a knife in his possession has been jailed.
The little girl pictured in a fun fair ride fire engine will soon be steering the real thing.
Derbyshire County Council will be spending more than £3m on a two-phase redevelopment of Glossop Household Waste Recycling Centre.
Police and Crime Commissioners across the East Midlands have voiced their disappointment, after the region was overlooked again in the latest announcement of 'Nightingale Courts'.
United Utilities have fixed a burst water main which led to hundreds of properties in the Gamesley area experiencing water supply problems for hours.
Reuben's Retreat is looking for people to support it by completing a virtual run or walk over 874 miles, the distance from Land's End to John O'Groats.
A car thief has been jailed after stealing a high-value BMW from a takeaway in Buxton.
A Hadfield nursing home is preparing to mark a very special resident's birthday in lockdown and is looking to the local community to help her celebrate.
Glossop's St Philip Howard Catholic Voluntary Academy has received an award in recognition of the work it is doing to improve outcomes for disadvantaged students.
High Peak man Craig Taylor has been fined £175 by Stockport magistrates for failing to stop when an accident occurred and damage was caused to another vehicle.
Three people were fined for breaching Covid-19 rules after police stopped an uninsured vehicle in Chinley.
Film cameras were rolling again in Glossop on Monday to shoot scenes for 'Wolfe' - a new six-part drama series for Sky One.
Council Tax will rise by £5 as High Peak Borough Council announces it has set a budget of £11.6 million for the coming year.
On top of Dover's cliffs stands a huge and abandoned fortress known as The Citadel. In its hidden gunrooms and tunnels a local historian has discovered a soldier’s wartime graffiti which led him all the way to Glossop.
A High Peak football club's 17 perimeter advertising hoardings could be at risk.
Repairs and redecoration are under way at Glossop's largest church and now thoughts are turning to the second phase of the improvements.
We bring you our latest round-up on planning applications in the High Peak.
Sustainable Hayfield is presenting a free Zoom webinar entitled 'People, Planet and Profit'.
There was an argument raging in the Glossop Chronicle columns of 75 years ago about the description of Victoria Hall.
In his latest column, High Peak MP Robert Largan welcomes new government plans to bring the NHS and social care services closer together.
Three young men were arrested after police responded to a 'disturbance' in Glossop.
Shops certainly believed in supplying as many of their customers' needs as possible in the 'old days'.
Three off-road bikers who travelled more than 20 miles from Manchester to use the disused quarry in the Harpur Hill area of Buxton have been fined.
Thousands of Glossopdale and Longdendale properties experienced water supply issues for around 18 hours after a large mains pipe burst.
Police responding to reports of possible lockdown breaches have left advice leaflets on 22 more vehicles.
Police have been out over the weekend on patrols to make sure people are following the Covid-19 lockdown rules.
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).