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Worried families of residents at Goyt House Care Home in New Mills are planning to protest the planned closure, saying it could have ‘devastating’ results.
Emergency services are responding to reports of a collision in the car park at Aldi in Glossop town centre this morning (Thursday).
A Hadfield family had a surprise after discovering a man had illegally stowed away in their trailer for more than 12 hours - after travelling home from a week skiing in France.
A primary school in Buxton is closed today (Thursday) to allow a deep clean to take place, after a parent is understood to have a confirmed case of the coronavirus.
In his latest Chronicle column, Robert Largan describes a full working day to give people an idea of what being an MP entails.
Old Glossop borough councillor Paul Hardy and his wife Mary just love walking in the open countryside that's practically on their doorstep.
Glossop train station on Norfolk Street is the starting point for Thursday's weekly 10am start 'progression' walk.
Police are still hunting the man who indecently exposed himself to a number of women earlier this year.
Police are investigating after three properties in Glossop town centre were damaged.
Police would like to speak to two women in connection with a theft from Esso Garage on High Street East in Glossop.
Police found something they did not expect when they responded to reports of a burglary in Hadfield.
Be Well's monthly quiz at The Oakwood pub in Glossop town centre is back on Wednesday (26 February).
Plans for a new play area in Whitfield have moved a step closer, with the appointment of a specialist playground manufacturer to carry out the work.
The Glossop-based charity, which provides a sanctuary for grieving families or those caring for children with life limiting disabilities or illnesses, has received a donation of £10,000 from Reward Finance Group.
Residents across the High Peak are being invited to meet Derbyshire's Police and Crime Commissioner at an event in Chapel-en-le-Frith on Monday 9 March.
An inquiry into the collapse of the Toddbrook Reservoir dam in Whaley Bridge last summer has been completed and a report will be published soon, the Environment Secretary has said.
There's another concert of classical music at Glossop Parish Church on Friday evening (February 28).
Glossop and District Branch of the Embroiderers' Guild's next meeting is Wednesday (February 26).
Derbyshire County Council is looking for foster carers in order to keep brothers and sisters in its care together.
The county council want to hear from the armed forces community to see how it can improve local services for them.
There's a meeting on Tuesday (February 25) at Tintwistle Athletic's football centre on West Drive to discuss this year's Children's Gala.
Kinder Mountain Rescue Team has been awarded a vital boost to their funds from the government.
A singer songwriter who famously made his name fronting English indie outfit The Bluetones will be performing in Glossop next month.
The annual Glossopdale Fairtrade Fortnight is back and so is its 'Great Banana Giveaway'.
Hanging around for late trains should no longer be a problem for Glossop travellers.
Country-loving Geoff Truelove knows the Peak District National Park like the back of his hand.
A zoo in Manor Park? Well, some of the country's leading zoologists wanted to open one in the Glossop beauty spot 50 years ago.
Local writer Liam Devonport has released his debut non-fiction book, after being inspired by the natural phenomenon during a trip to Iceland.
Tintwistle Parish Council members have given a young metal detector user in the village permission to do a sweep of the playing field on Sexton Street.
Christmas came early for Read My Lips High Peak and Tameside group.
Derbyshire County Council has made £100,000 available to help residents and businesses affected by recent flooding.
Volunteers from Glossop Big Pick will once again take to the streets on Saturday (February 22) to help clear the town of litter.
Stark new figures for Glossopdale Foodbank show that the number of meals provided last year was 50 per cent higher than for 2018.
Glossop and District Round Table's re-born version of the town's Victorian Weekend is a bit different to the one that regularly attracted thousands of people until it ended around 15 years ago.
Glossop Bookfest is looking for bookworm volunteers or passionate authors and workshoppers to help make the second annual event the best yet.
People are being urged to take any old, broken or unwanted electricals to Glossop recycling centre next month, to be in with a chance of winning a cash prize.
Heads Together Glossop is offering a hand of friendship to those who need it.
A Tintwistle resident says he is looking for compensation following an ordeal with energy provider Eon.
Gilbert, Eileen and Sam Bird of Glossop shop G and E Carpets wish to say a big 'thank you' to generations of customers who have traded there after nearly 50 years in the business.
Parish councillors are meeting Highways England bosses to hammer home the dangers of the A628, which cuts Tintwistle in half.
Nicola Francis is well on the way to becoming the busiest 'auntie' in Gamesley.
Members of High Peak School and Sport Partnership were treated to a top master-class in public speaking recently - by no other than leading world football freestyler, Jamie Knight.
In his latest weekly Chronicle column, High Peak MP Robert Largan reflects on recent events to remember the Holocaust.
Markovitz Builders Merchants Ltd have big plans for its site on Park Road in Hadfield.
One of the country's biggest trade unions is supporting a campaign to save a High Peak care home and six others in Derbyshire from closure.
It's time to get fit and enjoy some of the beautiful open countryside in the area.
Local charity Crossroads Derbyshire has benefited from the People's Postcode Lottery.
Glossop League of Ladies WI's Show the Love campaign went down a storm on a rainy Saturday.
Cameras clocking speeders and other motoring law breakers could already be on a road that you drive on.
There was plenty of love in the air at Glossop Arts Project's Club Night last week - this time set with a fitting 'Valentine's Day' theme.
Glossopdale Foodbank is appealing for the public's support to donate items which it is currently running low on.
Mottram's next Walk With The Walkers is on Saturday, February 22.
Derbyshire fire service has agreed to increase its share of council tax by 1.98 per cent.
High Peak MP Robert Largan has been elected onto the Transport Select Committee in Parliament.
Glossop Golf Club is holding its latest Quiz Night this Friday (21 February).
Glossop Rotary Club was celebrating a £250,000 milestone and honouring just some of the people who had made it possible.
Pupils at St Mary's Catholic Voluntary Academy were whipped into shape with the help of some visiting Marines.
Young Freddy Ainsworth has grown up a lot since he helped his dad propose to his mum.
High Peak MP Robert Largan has announced details of more Help and Advice surgeries for local residents in the coming weeks.
Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service is asking people to carefully consider their options before dialling 999 this weekend as Storm Dennis is set to sweep through the country.
Labour has pulled off an unexpected victory to win the by-election for the Whaley Bridge seat on Derbyshire County Council.
Police are appealing for information after reports of eggs being thrown at houses in Tintwistle.
The work of more than 30 young talented artists has been selected for an exhibition in Hadfield, which opens this weekend.
Local actor Mike Brown is giving a charity performance of his one-man show 'Sir Henry Irving and The Bells'.
It's been an emotional week for staff and customers alike at Mettrick's Butchers in Hadfield, who will sadly be shutting up shop for the final time on Saturday after more than 100 years of trading on the high street.
Almost 700 people have signed a petition urging Derbyshire County Council to rethink their proposals to increase the costs to Gamesley Early Excellence Centre Community Interest Company (CIC).
In his latest weekly Chronicle column, High Peak MP Robert Largan says he feels more needs to be done to get behind local high streets.
A new roundabout could be built on the A6 through Derbyshire to pave the way for nearly 700 houses, redirect troublesome HGVs and quash notorious traffic issues.
Former councillor Nick Longos thought the worst when he walked past Glossop Market Arcade at around 7pm on Monday and found the metal gate unlocked and wide open.
An appeal has gone out for witnesses and information after thieves broke into an allotment cabin in Tintwistle.
Glossop firefighters and police safer neighbourhood teams joined forces for what turned out to be a highly successful 'Beat Sweep' in Hadfield.
High Peak Walks For Health resume on Thursday (13 February) with the weekly 10am 'progression' walk from outside Glossop railway station.
A former Glossopdale School student is celebrating after landing a place to study at Oxford University.
People with an interest in classic or modern cars are being invited to the next classic car show in Glossop's Manor Park, with the date now confirmed.
A public meeting is set to be held on Thursday evening (February 13) over the potential closure of a New Mills care home.
People of the World War Two generation from throughout the High Peak are being invited to attend special commemorative and celebratory events to mark the 75th VE and VJ Day anniversaries later this year.
A 12-week consultation is under way into the future funding of local voluntary and community sector groups in Derbyshire.
The main act on this month's Folk Train will need no introduction to regular audiences.
Two men were arrested in Glossop this morning (Monday) on suspicion of the theft of motor vehicles in the Glossop area.
A £450,000 scheme to 'carefully restore' the historic railway footbridge at New Mills Newtown station has begun.
People who fancy doing something different this Valentine's Day are being invited to watch a classic horror film, with a musical soundtrack, in New Mills.
Glossopdale folk are being invited to take a trip down memory lane by delving into holidays of a bygone era at an event this weekend.
For the first time ever, the High Peak Mayor's Charity Ball will be held in Hadfield rather than in Buxton.
The Roving Crows are flying into High Peak for New Mills Festival's first gig of the year.
Villagers are taking constructive steps to make Charlesworth a lot safer.
The big news on a winter's week 50 years ago was a demand by Gamesley folk for a station of their own.
An exhibition of art which shines a spotlight on a time when communities and artists were affected by war and persecution is being held at Buxton Museum and Art Gallery.
An organisation covering High Peak is one of five in Derbyshire helping people recover from drug and alcohol dependency which are getting grants from a county council funding package.
A cattery in Padfield has been busy turning pouches to pounds for charity - and has already collected more than 35kg of packaging to be recycled.
A phone box in Charlesworth could be reaching the end of the line.
Students at Glossop's St Philip Howard Academy had a lesson in eco-friendly living, thanks to visiting professional theatre company Gibber who presented 'Waste Watchers'.
Former High Peak MP and Whaley Bridge by-election candidate Ruth George has confirmed who she is supporting in the battle to become the next leader and deputy leader of the Labour Party.
A retired solicitor from Glossop who regularly shops at Tesco is advising anyone parking at the supermarket to take care, after he was shocked to receive a letter in the post advising him he had parked there in breach of the parking conditions and had incurred a penalty of £70.
The Conservative leader of the county council has insisted that "austerity is over" and says Derbyshire has a bright future post-Brexit.
It's official - Glossop Market Hall will shut 'temporarily' on April 30 for 'essential structural work'.
One of Glossopdale’s oldest shops will be closing its doors for the final time next week.
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).