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The exhibition will be going ahead as ‘beautiful window displays’ in Victoria Hall over the next week.
Surface dressing of roads in Buxton will begin next month, the county council has confirmed.
Nature lovers could be making a bee-line to three High Peak train stations once the coronavirus lockdown is over.
This is how Station Road in Hadfield used to look when many of the main roads in and out of Glossopdale bristled with tracks and there were plenty of trams trundling over them.
Big-hearted Glossopians - including some in the States - have been digging deep to support Christian Aid Week.
These are some of the recent planning applications received by High Peak Borough Council.
This is soldiers posing for a photograph in the grounds of Glossop's Partington Hospital, where they were taken to convalesce after being wounded in the First World War.
A community initiative in Whitfield has been pulling out all the stops to make sure residents don’t go hungry over lockdown – even after membership numbers have tripled.
Eight months before the 1971 Glossop Festival, the organisers had some big ideas such as booking the Red Arrows.
In his latest column, High Peak MP Robert Largan explains how he's working to hold the Government to account on a range of issues and speaking up for the interests of local residents.
Companies in High Peak can now apply for a convertible loan of between £125,000 and £5 million, to support continued growth and innovation in sectors such as technology, life sciences and the creative industries.
Whaley Bridge county councillor, and former High Peak MP, Ruth George has thanked NHS staff who helped her and local residents for messages of support after she broke her leg playing tag with her sons.
Women are being warned about a scam where they are being contacted saying they are overdue for cervical screening.
With coronavirus affecting the finances of many households, High Peak Borough Council say it is stepping in to help stop some women and girls suffering from period poverty.
Drivers across Derbyshire are being urged to reduce their speed as larger numbers of cars head out onto the county's roads.
A well-known housing manager in High Peak has left her role after a quarter of a century.
People and families who are affected by domestic abuse or violence in Derbyshire can get support by contacting the Derbyshire Domestic Abuse Support Line.
Dog trainer Alison Gilbertson of 'Karma Dogs' has been busy helping owners keep their pups engaged during lockdown - all with the help of 15-week-old Stanley.
Derbyshire Constabulary's Chief Constable has been investigated by the police watchdog over a 'potential off-duty conduct matter'.
Three young men have been arrested for various offences after a moped and camping equipment were left near Bottoms Reservoir.
Glossop's leading wellbeing organisation Be Well have taken their face-to-face physical activity sessions online as a response to the Covid-19 crisis.
Plans for a 240-place expansion at Glossopdale School in Hadfield have finally now been fully approved.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a 56-year-old man was assaulted in broad daylight in Buxton.
Police are warning people they will be prosecuted for importing knives into the country.
It wasn't just drivers who were in a bad mood over plans to 'reconstruct' the strangely named Moodsbottom Bridge.
A 20-year-old man has been arrested for drugs offences after police stopped a car in New Mills.
Police are appealing for witnesses following criminal damage to a car in Hayfield.
Glossop Trades Council's fight to get a railway station for Gamesley hardly got off to a flying start.
VE Day anniversary celebrations came to a sudden halt in Simmondley on Friday when a man heard the sound of gunshot.
High Peak MP Robert Largan has broken ranks with the Government for the first time since being elected last December.
Foster carers are needed across Derbyshire to look after vulnerable children now more than ever.
Creative youngsters across Glossopdale are being encouraged to enter a virtual exhibition, which will be judged by a local celebrity!
Derbyshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Hardyal Dhindsa, has blasted the Government’s latest plans to ease society out of lockdown.
A sweet fan from Glossop has seen her very own creation hit shelves nationwide after winning a competition ran by New Mills based manufacturer Swizzels.
A new pedestrian path has been installed at Whaley Bridge train station.
Buxton man Stephen Critchlow, who was previously reported missing, has been found safe and well.
The Chernobyl Children's Project has lost one of its earliest members and a key supporter of the charity throughout its 25 years.
It was a hugely emotional day at Glossop-based Crossroads Derbyshire as the charity said goodbye and good luck to manager Pam Whittle.
Nowadays fierce competition at Redgate is limited to the annual coal race, but in the Dark Ages the land around Mouselow was stained with blood – at least according to legend.
Dog fouIing on Charlesworth Village Green is emerging as a major problem with the parish council.
High Peak Borough Council has recently received several planning applications for officers to consider.
In his latest column, High Peak MP Robert Largan urges everyone to "work together in a responsible and constructive manner" to support our care homes.
Plans for a 240-place expansion at Glossopdale School in Hadfield have been submitted.
Derbyshire Police's Chief Constable, Peter Goodman, has announced his retirement after 32 years in policing.
Here is a picture of Whitfield Well Dressings in the autumn of 1928 and there were crowds as far as the eye can see.
Concerns have been raised about the proposed merger of Cheadle and Marple Sixth Form College with The Trafford College Group.
Fifty years ago, a chart-topping pop band was appearing at Glossop Magistrates' Court after one of their members was badly injured in a road accident.
High Peak MP Robert Largan has thanked NHS staff at Tameside Hospital who treated him on Friday.
The county council has been told to pay £2,000 and apologise to a Derbyshire family after its failures led to their daughter missing out on four months of education.
Gamesley's 50-year-old Bishop Geoffrey Allen Church and County Centre could be getting a makeover, but it was a different story in 1970 when the Winster Mews centre was being built.
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).