Free Double Bed

We have a double bed free to a new home later this month. I believe it was originally from Ikea, is solid wood and in really good condition. Cat not included! Welcome to the mattress also if wanted. Debbie W 390568

Ladies Hill Race Result

Well done to the ladies as well we had a strong turn out this year and hopefully it peaked an interest in a few more for next year 😉. Here are the results..

Junior Hill Race Results

So so proud of all the kids who took part last night, after a two year break they smashed it. Parwich Primary School sports curriculum is definitely paying off 😍😍

Parwich Hill Race Times

What am amazing turn out of runners both locally and from running clubs 😊. I know people are very keen to see their times so you can download a copy or read them below. I’ll add the results for each category later on today.

Wakes Children’s Sports Today

Blue and Green Bins Wednesday

Plus food caddy

Hill Race tonight

Cricket Update

Adult Treasure Hunt

Firstly thank you to everyone who came out to the Treasure Hunt last night and to the Trelfas and Wildes for setting it. The winners were:

1st The Swindells
2nd Millis Mob
3rd The Cundy Family

Answers are…

Legion Bingo – Wakes Special!

Quiz night at the Legion

Phone Found

If this belongs to you it is at the Legion

Wakes 22 so far….

I just wanted to say a massive thank you to everyone who has participated and hopefully enjoyed Wakes so far. It’s been an awesome weekend and record numbers of people attending. It means a lot to us Parwich folk and the Carnival and Recreation Committee that this tradition continues and this spurs us on to keep going. A massive shout out to everyone that has helped, donated or just contributed to the weekend and the best news is there is still a full week of events to go. A special shout out to Notts DA for attending, we have missed Ian and his family but his legacy will carry on.

Hopefully see you all around for the rest of the week and I’ll be sharing some better quality photos later in the week (thanks to David G).

But in the meantime here are just a few of mine so I will simply sign off with a THANK YOU and long may Parwich Wakes continue. Now to get ready for the Treasure Hunt 😁

Lucy M

Hope you have all recovered from an amazing Wakes Saturday and ready for some more fun and games today! See you on Parsons Croft shortly.

Lucy M

Person with Van or Truck Needed

Can you pick up a bed for us (double, no mattress) in Buxton on Sunday the 3rd, Monday the 4th or Friday the 8th? We will pay!

Thanks – Deb Webster – 390568 or 07711143920 or DebbieWebster@btinternet.com.

Wakes Saturday – today

Wakes Saturday is finally here eeekkk!! Hope you all enjoy a great day. Both the Sycamore Inn and Royal British Legion will be open serving drinks. There is also a beach party tonight at the Sycamore and don’t forget Chris Houlihan playing live on the Green. See you there!

Sunday Afternoon Bowls Practice

SUNDAY AFTERNOON IS YOUR CHANCE TO JOIN US FOR A GAME OF BOWLS AT PARSON’S CROFT !

Each Sunday afternoon (starting 10th April) through to the end of August from 2pm, weather permitting, club members will be holding their weekly social session down at Parson’s Croft. At the same time you are welcome to come and try your hand at Crown Green Bowls. We will be pleased to explain rules (not many!) and give advice. We have spare woods for you to use, all you need are flat shoes and a sense of humour!

We look forward to seeing you.

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Please contact 390724 if you require further information

Pheasant Declares Rooftop War

Thank you to David G for these illuminating pics.

Church Services July & August

ALL WELCOME AT EACH SERVICE – WHY NOT SHARE A LIFT?

SERVICES FOR JULY & AUGUST

2ND July

Parwich                11am           Oddfellows Service                  Rev Tim Morris

3rd July  Pentecost IV

Parwich                11am           Campsite service                      Rev Tim Morris

Tissington             10.30am      Family service                          Warden led

10th July Pentecost V

Thorpe                  10.30am      Morning Prayer                        AD Carol Coslett

17th July Pentecost VI

Parwich                10.30am      Holy Communion                    Rev Ossie Post

24th July Pentecost VII

Alsop                    10.30am      Morning Prayer                        warden led

7th August Pentecost IX

Parwich                2.30            Methodist Service                    Lorraine Hawkins

Tissington             10.30am      Family Service                         warden led

14th August Pentecost X

Parwich                 10.30am      Matins/Christening                   Rev Rod Prince

21st August Pentecost XI

Thorpe                  10.30am      Morning Prayer                        warden led

28th August  Pentecost XII

Alsop                    10.30am      Holy Communion                     Rev Neil Broadbent

4th September  Pentecost XIII

Parwich                2.30            Methodist Service                   

Tissington             10.30am      Family Communion Service     Rev Ossie Post

Wakes Market

We’ve a great mix of local businesses coming to the village market including stalls selling plants, pickles and chutneys, crystal coasters, knitted and crocheted goods and dog bandanas with matching scrunchies.

Not forgetting of course our Wakes regulars Margaret who is raising funds for Cheadle Animal Welfare Society and the school who will have their own fundraising tombola.

There are just a few pictures below to whet your appetite. Please do come along and support these local businesses whilst enjoying the festivities of the day.

Legion Bingo – Wakes Special!

Wakes Friday Night Games Night

One week to go!! Pizza’s will be available from 6pm by Mamos Pizza. Balls are available to buy from Karen Wigley and Liz Edge.

Any questions please let me know lucywigley@googlemail.com

Lucy M

Help Wanted at Ballidon Church

Friends of Friendless Churches would like to hire someone to strim the churchyard at All Saints’, Ballidon. We would like this to be done about three times a year, and happy to negotiate hourly rate.

If you are interested, please email Rachel at office@ friendsoffriendlesschurches.org.uk

Rachel M

Parwich Wakes 2022 Programme

Two days to go are you ready?!?! You can download a copy to print.

Any questions please email lucywigley@googlemail.com

Lucy M

🌹Oddfellows 🌹

If you would like a red rose buttonhole for the parade on Wakes Saturday, please order by 8pm on Wednesday 29 June. Buttonholes, priced at £4.50 will be available to collect from outside the Sycamore Inn on the morning of the parade.

Thank you, Delia P
390758 / dee.pegg@btinternet.com

Open Gardens- Captions Please!

Whilst we admire the beauty of the gardens on display during Open Gardens we don’t perhaps fully appreciate the effort and dedication that goes into the quest for perfection. We are indebted to David G who managed to catch this behind the scenes shot of one of our more athletic gardeners in his effort to get everything just in the correct position.

Captions Please!

Grey Bin Wednesday

Plus food caddy.

Whether you’re selling plants, cakes, crafts, homewares or general bric-a-brac, please contact me (Rosie W) if you’d like to take a stall at the village market this Saturday. There are only a couple of spaces left!

To book please email rosieposie2052hotmail.com

Garden Chairs

4 folding garden chairs free to good home.

Contact Sue or Tony A on 724

Parwich Please Take a Bow

Yesterday’s Open Gardens was a triumph. Huge thanks to the hard working team behind the event and to the whole village both for supporting it in different ways and for welcoming so many visitors, who frequently said how lucky we are to live in such a wonderful place. Early estimates suggest several thousand pounds were raised which is a fantastic achievement and John Lord’s amazing photos are a lasting memory of a great day.

Thank you from PDHS 

Parwich Wakes Hill Race

One week to go….

Quiz night at the Legion

Legion Bingo – Wakes Special!

Sandbags

Today’s rain is a suitable reminder that the Flood Agency advise preparing in advance of any flooding rather than during it! The Parish Council has provided sand and sandbags in the store at the base of the Sycamore flagpole. These are available to anyone who feels they would be helpful. If you think you might need sandbags please feel free to fill and take some any at time. Then you will have them if you need them. They work best if they are about two thirds full.

The Clerk also has a small number of “floodsax’ provided as a free sample. These are easier and lighter to store. They can be quickly deployed at the base of a door where they swell up to reduce any ingress of water. These are also best collected in advance, so if you would like one please contact the Clerk on clerk@parwichparishcouncil.org.uk or 01335 216238 or call round at Fernlea.

CAMRA meeting – postponed

Were crown green bowls matches to be shown on the BBC’s “Match of the Day” programme, then our home encounter with Chatsworth last Tuesday would surely have featured highly. Gary Lineker would have waxed lyrical while his team of pundits uttered their oohs, aahs and nods of approval in the right places with or without the Director General’s arm inserted into their backs from within, as on a warm and balmy summer’s evening we urged and coaxed each other on to our 71 to 59 victory. I dare say that even the Duke of Devonshire himself, had he been present to add support to his side, would have revelled in the excitement as he’d sipped his mug of Edith’s renowned tea and couple of chocolate biscuits. It had been a pleasure to play in and in no small part due to Chatsworth for their participation in such a match.

The occasion was so very nearly mirrored two days later as this time we hosted Bradwell for our Thursday League contest. Alas, ’twas not to be this time. In the competition in which we have as yet to score a win this term it was a case of “so near yet so far.” Behind after the doubles games we fought back well to hold a slender lead going into the final pairing, but Bradwell seem always to be fierce opponents and more often than not pull out a secret weapon when needed, this time being the indomitable Martin C who swept aside our hopes of a celebration that would undoubtedly gone on well into the night. (Well maybe not, but it sounds good.) The final score being a tantalisingly close 111 to 107 defeat and further consignment at the lower reaches of the table.

Nevertheless, as the hand of fate often dictates, we have our chance for revenge early as we travel on Tuesday to Bradwell in the tournament in which we are excelling this year. I’m looking forward to it, and trust that next week’s missal will contain tidings to make Parwich hearts sing.

   …Mark J.

PDHS Open Gardens

Oil Price Lower

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Update for Bradbourne & Parwich Heating Oil Club

Oil is about to record its first full weekly loss in 3 months with Brent Crude down to $112 a Barrel on Friday afternoon.
Estimated delivery times are 5 to 10 working days. Delivery times are only an estimated delivery time. Please allow plenty of time for your order to be delivered.

If you are low on heating oil and need a quick delivery, or your oil levels wont last until the end of the delivery timeframe for this order then this group order will not be suitable.

Rate:  £0.9945 (pence per litre excluding vat [5% for Domestic use])

For full details  Continue Reading »

🌹Oddfellows 🌹

If you would like a red rose buttonhole for the parade on Wakes Saturday, please order by 8pm on Wednesday 29 June. Buttonholes, priced at £4.50 will be available to collect from outside the Sycamore Inn on the morning of the parade.

Thank you, Delia P
390758 / dee.pegg@btinternet.com

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