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Police are looking to speak to a man in connection with an incident at Club Revolution in Glossop last month.
A whole sleigh-load of Father Christmas look-likes will soon be running through a Glossopdale village.
Police are investigating the theft of two Land Rover Defenders near Chinley.
What’s seen as a lifeline to young people in Tintwistle should be protected from the cash cuts.
Glossop and District Golf Club is holding a quiz night on Friday, November 22.
A man has been arrested after a video emerged of a poppy wreath being thrown in a park in Buxton last weekend.
A stand-up comic and multi award-winning film and stage actor will be performing in Glossop again on Friday evening.
It’s set to be a busy weekend for crafters and vintage-lovers alike at Victoria Hall, which is hosting their first of hopefully many Seasonal Craft Fairs.
People are being encouraged to give their views on proposals to change the opening hours at Derbyshire Record Office.
Glossop Choral Society are holding an autumn concert this weekend.
Tributes have been paid to former High Sheriff of Derbyshire, Annie Hall, who sadly died at the age of 69 after being caught in floodwater in Derbyshire.
A quad bike, trailer and fuel drums were stolen from a shed in Chinley earlier this month.
The speed of drivers along a road in Glossop was closely monitored on Saturday afternoon.
Police are appealing for information after a distinctive Honda motorbike was stolen in New Mills last week.
Parents can apply now to Derbyshire County Council for their child's infant or primary school place for September 2020.
People living in the Glossop area have another chance to drop in and meet their local Safer Neighbourhood policing team.
People who feel they can make a difference are being encouraged to transform a child's life by taking up fostering.
Derbyshire County Council has made £100,000 available to help residents and businesses affected by the recent flooding.
Inspirational care workers who look after some of Derbyshire's most vulnerable people have been recognised for their outstanding work.
Parish councillors in Tintwistle are looking to reopen their village youth club.
A tender moment on top of a waterfall on Kinder Scout ended in tragedy when a young woman lost her footing and fell 60 feet to her death, an inquest heard.
A number of Remembrance events are taking place across the borough on Sunday (10 November).
The Whitfield Hive is asking for donations ahead of their Lantern Parade on 14 December to help cover the cost of the event.
Chris Boyle, who was UKIP's prospective parliamentary candidate in the High Peak, has decided to stand down.
Glossop Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal organiser Cllr George Wharmby would love to pass the record amount of money raised through sales last year.
While most of Glossopdale celebrated Halloween last Thursday, two venues left it late.
Peter Jozefczyk and Alan Briggs made the 40-minute trek from Snake Summit last Sunday to the crash site of the B-29 Superfortress.
Be Well are celebrating having been chosen by fellow social business The Co-op to receive donations raised from the sale of shopping bags and from The Co-op's own members' reward scheme.
Twenty years of school visits to Longdendale Environment Centre were celebrated to mark the two decades of inspiring children in nature.
Crowds were down at Glossop and District Round Table’s fantastic bonfire and firework display in Manor Park last Saturday.
High Peak Borough Council is putting poppies on its refuse trucks to help raise money for Armed Forces.
The Bureau in Glossop are inviting local people to join them to celebrate their 40th birthday and attend their 2019 Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Friday 15 November.
More on-call firefighters are needed at Glossop Fire Station.
Buxton Festival Fringe will be bidding a fond goodbye to outgoing chairman Keith Savage and appointing a new chair at its open-to-all AGM.
Parishioners at Mottram Parish Church hope it won’t be too long before they get the green light to appoint a new vicar.
People living in the Glossop area have the chance to drop-in and meet their local Safer Neighbourhood policing team this week.
The spirit of the festive season will be alive and well in Tintwistle, as the village's Parish Council have organised a Christmas Market.
High Peak Stitchers are meeting on Wednesday at Glossop Cricket Club.
A 29-year-old man was hospitalised after being involved in a serious collision in New Mills.
A party is being held on Friday evening for people who volunteered to help out at this year's New Mills Festival.
It’s hard to believe that crossing what’s still known as the ‘Gun Inn’ junction in Hollingworth was always a bit of a free for all.
Derbyshire Police have issued advice about how to keep safe on Bonfire Night tonight (Tuesday).
Claims that Charlesworth Parish Council is not committed to seeing a school crossing patrol vacancy in the centre of the village filled have been refuted.
Glossopdale Foodbank is once again in need of extra supplies.
Derbyshire Police have launched a new recruitment drive for extra Police Community Support Officers.
Vandals who went on a wrecking spree in Manor Park have been told it won’t stop people enjoying the Glossop beauty spot.
Glossop Market Hall and Municipal Buildings roofs will be replaced next year after the council gave the go-ahead to proposals for further investment in the town's heritage buildings.
Plans by Glossop North End Juniors which would give the town one of its most ambitious ever sports complexes have been approved by councillors.
Twelve months of unprecedented success has earned Charlesworth Parish Council the title ‘the best in Derbyshire’.
Running a marathon for charity had a special meaning for Simmondley mum Jen Dodd.
Be Well's monthly quiz at The Oakwood pub in Glossop is back on Wednesday 20 November.
Glossop League of Ladies WI’s latest event certainly ticked all the boxes.
High Peak prospective parliamentary Lib Dem candidate Guy Kiddey is proposing a series of initiatives to regenerate the constituency’s towns under the slogan #ProjectRegenerate.
The latest meeting of the Glossop Business Network is coming up next week.
A consultation is open for residents to have their say on plans to revise opening hours at Gamesley Library.
A road built by monks across the moors is causing a safety problem - hundreds of years after it opened.
A bid to build a bigger communications mast close to Glossop North End goes before councillors on Monday.
In December last year, The Glossop Chronicle reported on the community efforts surrounding 89-year-old Carl Marshall, who desperately needed help due to his appalling living conditions.
Prepare for plenty of tricks and treats at Glossop Market as traders come up with a spooky Halloween event!
Small and medium size businesses across the county could have their apprentice training costs paid for by Derbyshire County Council.
Parents, carers and teachers say seeking support for young people with special needs in Derbyshire is “overly adversarial” and education professionals say they feel “distrusted”, a review has found.
Derbyshire County Council is appealing for volunteers to help with tree planting around a new flood reduction scheme in the High Peak.
In her final Chronicle column before Parliament dissolves next week, High Peak MP Ruth George discusses the upcoming General Election.
A Hadfield family who rescued a poor pup from Italy have been ‘overwhelmed’ by the generosity of kind Glossopians.
Police have issued advice to ensure people across Glossopdale have a safe and enjoyable Halloween in a bid to reduce anti-social behaviour.
Parents of Year Six pupils living in Derbyshire have until midnight tonight (Thursday) to apply to Derbyshire County Council for their child's secondary school place for September 2020.
It's that time of year when the residents of Gamesley come together to celebrate their achievements from the last 12 months.
There could be up to six parties contesting High Peak when Britain goes to the polls on 12 December.
Derbyshire County Council says it's on standby now the official gritting season has started.
Glossop's main foodbank is running its advent calendar with a difference again this year to boost Christmas supplies.
People aged 18 and over are being urged to ensure they are registered to vote.
Glossop's Poppy Appeal organiser is looking for volunteers to help support the Royal British Legion's biggest annual fundraiser.
The work of three local photographers is currently on display in an exhibition in Glossop.
A Glossop theatre company will reach double figures for the number of productions they have staged this weekend.
An autumn open art exhibition is currently being staged at a community arts and craft venue in Hadfield.
Fire crews are urging people to download an app which helps the emergency services to locate you if you get lost in a remote area.
A police officer is set to run the New York City Marathon in aid of the PC Nicola Hughes Memorial Fund.
A retired Derbyshire police dog, who served his country at the London Olympics in 2012, has died.
People who want to dance the night away can do just that.
An insurance company is offering students in Glossop the chance to receive everything but the kitchen sink, with the ultimate student package worth over £2,000.
Residents across Derbyshire are being asked to help shape policing in their neighbourhood as police launch a county-wide consultation with communities.
Two men and a teenage girl from Buxton are due to appear in court next month after being charged with robbery.
A major High Peak road is set to close during the day for more than a week for retaining wall repairs.
High Peak's Labour MP Ruth George is holding a coffee morning in Tintwistle on Saturday morning.
Blythe House Hospicecare are on the lookout for compassionate local people who are able to volunteer some of their time to help run their services.
More people are being offered life-saving skills by Glossop community paramedic Val Cochrane.
Charlesworth Parish Council’s bid to boost its profile has failed to get off the ground.
Plans were in full swing in preparation for the 1971 Glossop Festival, where it was set to be ‘one of the most ambitious projects ever tackled’ in the town.
It looks like being a hectic start to the new season for Glossop's Partington Players.
A stellar karate pupil from Hadfield’s Evolution Martial Arts will be taking to the world stage next month.
An emergency response programme could be compiled by Charlesworth Parish Council.
People caught littering can expect to be punished.
Five writers are being sought to write poems or short stories to celebrate one of five Derbyshire arts festivals.
Glossop's Labour councillors will hold their latest ‘Shoppers’ Surgery’ in the Market Arcade on Saturday and they are inviting people to stop for a chat.
Tonight (Friday) is Soup Night at Holy Trinity Church in Dinting Vale, starting at 6.30pm.
The differing debates surrounding badgers in Derbyshire and Brexit are the topics of discussion in High Peak MP Ruth George's latest Glossop Chronicle column.
Police are appealing for information after a break-in at a shop in Glossop town centre.
Glossop's Rosie Arnfield has successfully battled through live shows in front of judges of the prestigious Open Mic UK music competition and made it through to the area final.
Police from Hadfield's Safer Neighbourhood Team are doing their best to make sure that no one suffers during two of the most popular nights of the year.
Glossop gallery owner Kathryn Fruish says she has made the wishes of more than 40 local artists come true.
The Risings was a double winner at the first ever CRISTAL care home award ceremony, which took place in Dukinfield Town Hall.
Celebrating in style on her big day is Ellen Siddall, who was 100 years old on Monday.
High Peak Walks For Health resume on Thursday with the weekly 10am 'progression walk' from outside Glossop railway station on Norfolk Street.
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).