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Police in Glossop are appealing for help to identify the owner of a jacket found with a recovered scooter which had been stolen.
Glossop's St Luke’s CE Primary School has been awarded the Timpson Attachment Award for 2019, in recognition for its work with children who have experienced trauma.
No-one in Glossopdale need ever feel lonely or isolated - not when The Bureau's Call Companions are around to help.
An alleged conker shortage could lead to a parish council planting a few more horse chestnut trees.
Tintwistle Parish Council has welcomed the return of the Hyde to Glossop bus service which will run through the village.
Glossop-based Dark Peak Music have started their usual busy run-up to Christmas.
Glossop station is decorated ready for Christmas and on Saturday it will welcome a very special traveller.
Police have confirmed that a previously missing 14-year-old girl, who had last been seen in Glossop, has now been found safe and well.
NHS Property Services has withdrawn its outline planning application to redevelop the former Shire Hill Hospital site.
It could be heavy weather for candidates, vote counters and everyone connected with next week’s General Election in the High Peak.
Children at St Charles Voluntary Catholic Academy in Hadfield are right on track after unveiling their brand new cycle path.
Simmondley could end up with two Christmas trees - but it won’t be this year.
She's looked after more than 2,000 local youngsters at Duke of Norfolk Church of England Primary School during the lunch hour for almost 40 years.
A planning application has gone to High Peak Borough Council for the development of 50 homes at the former Samas Roneo Ltd site on Glossop Road in Gamesley.
Year 10 and 11 students of Glossop's St Philip Howard Catholic Voluntary Academy got involved in a campaign aimed at increasing safety and reducing road traffic collisions.
Derbyshire's bus services have been hit by some of the highest budget cuts of all English authorities in the past few years, according to data.
Local and national issues were debated at a Chronicle Quest-ion Time Hustings by four of the five candidates contesting High Peak at next Thursday's General Election.
Around 450 people ‘jingled’ in Buxton to raise cash for High Peak’s Blythe House Hospicecare and they were all in Santa suits and other fancy dress.
Glossop community wellbeing charity The Bureau marked its 40th birthday with a party to celebrate the hard work of hundreds of people.
The official tour DJ of Manchester band Oasis is coming to rock Glossop with an Old School Indie Night on Saturday 14 December.
Manchester's answer to Aretha Franklin is coming to Glossop on Friday 13 December.
Old Glossop’s population practically doubled last Sunday as the village held its annual Victorian Christmas Market.
Villagers are celebrating a ‘stay of execution’ for the phone box on Simmondley Green, which was granted by BT after it had been deemed ‘not profitable enough’ and slated for removal.
Glossop North End is hosting its annual Christmas Market on Saturday (December 7).
There will be a bumper Christmas edition of Be Well's quiz, which is at The Oakwood pub in Glossop on Wednesday 11 December.
Ahead of our Quest-ion Time tonight (Thursday), we asked all five High Peak candidates standing in the General Election to tell us why you should vote for them - and how they would improve the constituency.
Derbyshire Police have issued advice on how to keep yourself safe while travelling on foot or on the road in the dark.
A knife-wielding teenage robber has been sentenced for targeting a shop in Buxton after he was identified by a member of the public.
People are being encouraged to give their local sporting heroes a chance to shine by nominating them for the latest High Peak Sports and Physical Activity Achievement Awards.
Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service (DFRS) has launched a new website today (Monday).
Police are looking to trace a man caught on CCTV in connection with a theft at a shop in Buxton.
Crossroads Derbyshire are having a Candlelit Vigil this evening (Monday) to remember the two women killed each week in domestic abuse incidents.
Derbyshire Police have issued some guidance to residents who are thinking about buying goods on Cyber Monday.
A fundraising page has been set up after a bespoke fundraising box has been allegedly stolen from Glossop’s Partington Players Theatre.
Please enjoy a full re-run of our Quest-ion Time Event.
Glossop North End Juniors and Ladies are working with the local branch of Specsavers to protect their young players.
Guest speaker Jeremy Dale talked about and sang Derbyshire carols with Glossopdale Women’s Institute at their latest meeting.
Christ Church in Tintwistle is holding a Christmas Fair this Saturday, from 10am to 1pm.
As referrals reach a new maximum level with close to 300 adults and children helped in the past month, Glossopdale Foodbank has reiterated its massive ‘Thank you.’
Stephen Walker is leading the new team behind next year’s Buxton Fringe and he’s already looking ahead.
Glossop’s All Saints and St Mary’s Crowned are holding a joint Christmas fair at St Mary’s Parish Hall this weekend.
The daughter of an artist who sculpted a piece commissioned for St Christopher’s Trust in Glossop is on the hunt for information as to where it went – or hoping that it might be languishing in someone’s cupboard.
A once popular Birch Vale pub could soon be turned into homes.
The heart of Old Glossop will once again be transformed into the village’s annual Victorian Christmas market on Sunday.
Charlesworth Parish Council could be buying two banners to mark its award-winning performance.
Glossop and District Heritage Trust is asking councillors to reject an outline planning application that would see the demolition of the former Shire Hill Hospital.
Two burglars have been jailed after attacking a 27-year-old man at his home in Buxton.
Derbyshire CREST (Casualty Reduction Enforcement Support Team) has announced the locations of its mobile camera teams for the county.
Derbyshire County Council has announced two temporary road closures.
Will Mather is planning a run with a difference after opening presents with his family on Christmas Day.
Crowds packed the town centre last Saturday for what has always been Glossop's traditional start of the run-up to Christmas.
Volunteer Police Cadets in Glossop set out last week to help raise awareness of road safety issues.
Prince Andrew has been hitting the headlines all over the world in the last few weeks - and here he is making the news in High Peak way back in March 2003.
People living in the Glossop area have the chance to drop-in and meet their local Safer Neighbourhood policing team this evening (Wednesday).
The dad of a five-year-old Simmondley Primary School pupil who drowned in Valehouse Reservoir with his mum has shared the pain of losing him a year on from the tragedy.
A mock car crash has been staged for young people at New Mills School, as part of an initiative to raise awareness of the harsh reality of careless or dangerous driving.
An investigation has been launched into whether Derbyshire Police could have acted differently before a woman was stabbed by her former partner in Glossop.
New electric charging points could be introduced at three sites across the High Peak.
On the last Wednesday of every month, Carmel Church in Hadfield opens its doors to the community and offers a free two-course meal.
People using Glossop's household waste recycling centre are being asked to rate the facilities.
Glossop-based Chernobyl’s Children’s Project are asking for donations of soft toys to help raise money for children visiting Glossop for a ‘happy, healthy holiday’ next summer.
Network Rail is planning on carrying out a stabilisation scheme at a railway cutting near Barmoor Clough Tunnel.
Residents across Derbyshire can check how safe they are online thanks to a new tool to help reduce cybercrime.
Proposals to set a target for Derbyshire to become carbon neutral by 2032 have been given the go-ahead.
Annual preparations to light up Hadfield with lanterns take place this weekend.
Store boss Dave Scott is counting the cost of trading in Glossop Market Arcade.
Police have released CCTV images of a man they wish to speak to in connection with a theft at the Co-op store in New Mills.
More than 50 schools across Derbyshire, including in the High Peak, will benefit from building improvements thanks to a £1.6m funding programme.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Lymefield Garden Centre, Tea Room and Farm Shop, who are hosting their very own Winter Festival on Saturday.
Buxton Fringe is inviting everyone to celebrate the opening of entries to its 2020 event, with a village carols sing-along.
There's a new book out to help people understand how the Peak District has been shaped over thousands of years.
Tintwistle United Reformed Church on Old Road is holding an autumn fair on Saturday, from noon to 2pm.
Friends of Hadfield Hall are holding an autumn craft fair on Saturday.
A Glossop charity is giving old and unwanted computers a new lease of life and passing them on to people who want them.
Glossop Amnesty International local group held their annual ‘Write for Rights’ event last Saturday.
Glossopdale Foodbank figures released this week show that the number of referrals for both September and October have soared to their highest level ever, according to longest-serving trustee Dave Wilcox.
The flooding clean-up operation continues across Derbyshire to mend damage caused by a month's worth of rain falling in the space of two days.
A Glossop author, whose daily blog helped to save her alcoholic drug-taking daughter’s life, turned those online thoughts into a book.
It was coming up roses for Glossop’s League of Ladies WI who took to Glossop high street last week to celebrate World Kindness Day.
Glossop homeless initiative UNITY Outreach want to say a big ‘thank you’ to generous members of the community following the success of their Christmas Bag appeal.
Glossop’s Poppy Appeal organiser has praised townspeople for their support after Remembrance Day 2019 giving soared towards £25,000.
Teaching assistants at Glossop’s Duke of Norfolk Primary School got up bright and early on Tuesday morning - they had to.
A 39-year-old man has been taken to hospital after an incident on Dinting Vale this morning (Thursday).
High Peak Walks For Health resume on Thursday morning.
Blythe House Hospicecare in Chapel are holding a Christmas Fair this weekend.
Police have released CCTV images in connection with a robbery at a post office in Marple Bridge.
A solicitor from Glossop is celebrating after picking up a prestigious award at a ceremony in Manchester.
Fifty grandparents enjoyed a school meal with a difference when they were invited to dine at Dinting Church of England Primary School.
Emmerdale's favourite policeman will be helping to switch on Glossop's Christmas Lights on Saturday.
They could be adding a roof within a roof at Torr Vale Mill in New Mills.
Glossop rallied round once again for Carl Marshall - this time to celebrate his 90th birthday in style.
The Friends of Glossop Station’s chairman has ‘tested’ one of Northern Rail’s new look trains.
GAP threw a 'thank-you' birthday bash last weekend at their new base in Victoria Hall joined by staff, volunteers, family, friends and participants past and present.
Friends of Victoria Hall (FOVH) Group held their first craft and vintage fairs last weekend - which were a "huge success."
Police are appealing for witnesses after a traffic warden was assaulted in Glossop town centre.
Police are investigating after two cars had all four tyres damaged in New Mills last Thursday (14 November).
Police are appealing for information after a car was damaged in Hadfield last week.
Dinting Cricket Club is holding a Christmas Market Night on Friday (22 November).
Glossop Mountain Rescue Team have revealed where Santa will be riding his sleigh around Glossopdale this festive season.
Thousands more people are expected to be diagnosed with “frustrating and frightening” dementia in Derbyshire in the next decade.
Two significant carbon reduction policy documents are set to be considered at a meeting of Derbyshire County Council's Cabinet on Thursday.
Turkey muffins and all the trimmings will be on sale at a festive fundraiser for St Andrew's Church in Hadfield.
The Peak District National Park Authority has warned owners it won’t tolerate ‘reckless alterations of historic buildings’.
Frack Free Glossop has welcomed a government moratorium banning hydraulic fracking anywhere in England.
John France didn’t mince his words when he visited the latest Charlesworth Parish Council meeting.
Parish councillors pushing to give Tintwistle a community centre want to make sure the current meeting place serves the village until it gets built.
A new survey of breeding birds shows how the Peak District National Park is bucking the national trend when it comes to endangered species.
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).