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These are some of the latest planning applications received by High Peak Borough Council.
Buxton International Festival organisers have already set the date for next year's event after 'regretfully' having to cancel this year's event in July.
Derbyshire firefighters will soon be wearing new technologically advanced gold coloured personal protective equipment.
The fittest of the fit were pumping the pedals for up to 12 hours at Glossop Leisure Centre to raise cash for Willow Wood Hospice.
Glossopdale Fairtrade Campaign Group has been forced to cancel its prize-giving coffee morning planned for April 4.
Melandra Castle in Gamesley is now little more than a grassed mound and scattered stones which once belonged to a Roman bath house.
One of Glossop's oldest churches was being converted into a Masonic Lodge 50 years ago.
Glossop will be filled with rainbows over the coming weeks thanks to local parents Siobhan Parker and Clare Plant - whose creative idea is set to brighten up the town.
Glossop's George Furniss was the solicitor everyone wanted in their corner when they faced the town's magistrates.
In his latest column, High Peak MP Robert Largan says he and the Government are doing everything they can to support people in the High Peak and across the country during this fast-moving coronavirus crisis.
Time is running out to have your say on policing in your local area by filling out a short questionnaire.
Police officers have been making visible patrols in order to ensure that residents and businesses are aware of the new instructions about how to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
Glossopdale Furniture Project has said it will remain open for the time being and explained how it plans to assist the community in the coming weeks and months.
Glossopdale Community Running Track was officially opened last Sunday in the presence of top athletes.
A 44-year-old man has been jailed after he stole alcohol from a store and pushed a member of staff in Buxton.
The owner of Roly's 'Pick a Card' shop on Norfolk Street in Glossop has made a generous gesture to any mums who might not receive a card this Mothering Sunday due to coronavirus guidelines.
High Peak Mayor Cllr Ed Kelly wanted one of the biggest events of his year in office to be in his home town.
Glossop Old Band has won through to the National Brass Band Championships and now it needs £6,000 to live the dream.
A throw-back to the days when almost every community had a youth club.
A Manchester United legend has served his last customer at the pet shop business in Glossop Market he bought more than 40 years ago.
Cafe owner Donna Bray says she is weeks away from losing her £40,000 livelihood unless High Peak Borough Council has a change of heart.
Glossop could have had a public hall and market complex costing £400,000 built 50 years ago - and that was a mountain of money in those days.
Glossop Chernobyl Children's Project champion Linda Walker is back in Belarus supporting children in remission from cancer following her successful hip operation.
Young students took technology to task in a school competition.
The celebration of the life of Dr Daniel Bennett, which was planned for this Sunday (March 22) at Glossop Cricket and Bowling Club, has been postponed.
Sgt Anna Woodhouse took to social media to notify locals of how the Safer Neighbourhood Team will be helping communities in light of the Coronavirus
Headteacher Debbie McGloin has addressed how Glossopdale School will be moving forward with government-mandated closures this Friday.
In his latest weekly column, High Peak MP Robert Largan discusses the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and last week's Budget.
As the Coronavirus prompts uncertain times, local communities have taken action in a bid to help those who might be struggling with the ramifications of self-isolation or stockpiling - in the form of 'Covid-19 Mutual Aid' groups.
Hayley Young, 23, who had gone missing from her home in Buxton on Tuesday (March 17), has been found safe and well.
Police are appealing for information after two mountain bikes were allegedly stolen in Whaley Bridge this afternoon (Tuesday).
Plans to expand a Derbyshire quarry could take more than 1,000 HGVs off the roads and safeguard 400 jobs.
Everyone connected with Dinting Church of England Primary School is celebrating after receiving the highest grade possible following a recent church inspection.
Armed police were called to Highfield Road in the early hours of Sunday morning following reports of a man with a baseball bat in the street.
Derbyshire County Council has confirmed that its Full Council meeting - which was due to take place on Wednesday (March 18) - has been postponed.
St Philip Howard Catholic Voluntary Academy has confirmed it has closed the school for Year 9 and Year 10 students until further notice.
Only "essential" visitors are being allowed in to Derbyshire County Council's care homes - including Goyt Valley House in New Mills - due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
Reservoir owners will be expected to apply the lessons learned from the Toddbrook reservoir incident after the government accepted a series of recommendations made in a report today (16th March.)
The man overseeing Derbyshire's police has said the force is preparing to lose one in three of its workforce as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Hardyal Dhindsa, has postponed all of his public meetings until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Glossop Business Network's annual Business Expo, which was due to take place at Glossop Cricket Club on Friday 27 March, has been postponed.
Local police and the borough council are set to receive an increase in funding next year.
Glossop social enterprise Be Well has suspended all of its wellbeing-building sessions with immediate effect as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread.
The county council is "hopeful" that it will now be getting vital government money to fix millions of pounds of flood damage following new funding announcements.
A spokesperson from Derbyshire County Council has updated their records, showing that four out of twelve positive cases in Derbyshire are in High Peak.
Police in Derbyshire are continuing to urge people to report incidents, crimes and suspicious activity as its new operation to tackle burglary, vehicle crime and robbery continues.
Glossop Leisure Centre and Swimming Pool is co-promoting a package of activities for people who have probably never even thought of getting fit.
A couple from Cumbria are taking on the 130 kilometre Everest Base Camp Trek to raise money for Glossop's Reuben's Retreat.
High Peak people have started to 'go blue' to raise cash for Blythe House Hospicecare.
Parish councillors are still chasing Highways England officials for across table talks over Tintwistle's traffic troubles after a proposed meeting fell through.
Organisers of Hollingworth Festival on the Green are looking for sponsors to help stage this year's event.
Every Wednesday at 10am, Pure Vibes on Ebenezer Street in Whitfield buzzes to life.
Glossop might have had a motel and a boating lake in the shadow of the towering Dinting Arches.
A protest at Derbyshire County Council HQ is planned on Wednesday (March 18) over plans to close seven care homes in the county.
Dancers from Hadfield's St Andrew's Junior School are getting the opportunity to perform on a famous stage.
Police investigating an alleged incident of racist abuse following the recent FA Cup tie between Derby County and Manchester United have released images of four men they would like to speak to.
Glossop-based charity PCrefurb is celebrating after being awarded almost £100,000 to support its IT refurbishing and training work.
High Peak MP Robert Largan has given his reaction to this week's Budget.
A £1 million fund has been set aside by Derbyshire County Council to support residents and businesses who may be affected by coronavirus.
World class athletes will be in Glossop on Sunday for the official opening of the Glossopdale Community Running Track.
Buxton Fringe has reported a whopping 100 entries at the close of the discounted early bird deadline at the end of February.
Padfield Community Primary School is urging motorists to be extra careful when driving near the school.
Police are looking to identify a man in connection with the theft of a pedal bike in Whaley Bridge.
In his latest weekly column, High Peak MP Robert Largan discusses what's being done to tackle climate change both in the UK and in the borough.
Glossopdale went bananas last Saturday at the end of Fairtrade Fortnight.
Glossop's Sheffield Road and Shirebrook Drive, which leads off it, are being targeted by Derbyshire CREST's mobile speed camera teams.
High Peak Walks For Health continue on Thursday (March 12) with the weekly 10am start 'progression' walk from outside Glossop train station on Norfolk Street.
Road closures will be in place next week in Buxton while work to trees in the woodland between A6 Bakewell Road and Dukes Drive is carried out.
A council tax increase is among the proposals set out in High Peak Borough Council's budget for 2020/21.
Celebrating sporting success in fields as diverse as wheelchair racing and youth bike trials to swimming and hockey took centre stage at this year's High Peak Sports Awards.
Hundreds of campaigners calling for road safety measures on the A6 through a High Peak village have had their petition rejected by the council.
A 30-year-old man who went missing from his home in New Mills has been found safe and well.
Derbyshire families at risk of flooding are to be given EMPTY sandbags.
Derbyshire County Council has created a new microsite with the latest advice and information for residents during the coronavirus outbreak.
Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service has a new Deputy Chief Fire Officer.
Be Well's monthly quiz at The Oakwood pub in Glossop town centre is back on Wednesday 18 March.
JW Mettrick & Son took home a Highly Commended Award with their famous Squirrel Pie at the 12th British Pie Awards last week.
Glossop Business Network is holding its annual Business Expo later this month.
The Glossop and District branch of the National Childbirth Trust (NCT) will be holding its next Nearly New Sale later this month.
Market traders are wanted for this year's New Mills Carnival on Saturday 13 June.
Keep Britain Tidy will be in Glossop later this month to clean up a popular piece of countryside - and it's looking for lots of support.
New Mill's socially conscious publisher, 'Fly on the Wall Press', has announced a submission call out for photography, poetry and art which encapsulates the spirit of Manchester.
Plans to transform Buxton town centre have been backed by two-thirds of people who shared their views on the proposals.
A man threatened staff and demanded cash before leaving empty-handed from a petrol station in Buxton.
Around 25 schools across Derbyshire are set to benefit from improvement and refurbishment works.
The Flood Warning Information service has warned that river levels are set to rise throughout the evening and through the night (9th March).
People across the High Peak are being invited to a group offering bereavement support in Chapel.
A child abuse victim has accused authorities of "victim blaming" troubled mums by urging them to use contraception.
The next 'normal' meeting of Glossop Business Network is on Friday 20 March.
Glossopdale Basketball Club are looking for new players aged between six and 11.
HPBC has confirmed that Chief Executive Simon Baker has 'retired.... with immediate effect' from his position.
Police are investigating after three men, armed with a knife and an axe, stole a large amount of cash and cigarettes from the Co-op store in Simmondley on Saturday night (March 7).
There is a fourth case of the coronavirus in Derbyshire, Public Health England has confirmed.
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).