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Puppies for Sale

A gorgeous litter of 8 puppies. 2 x Black/Tan and 6 x Dapple.
Mum (who can be seen) is a pedigree standard black/tan with blue merle running through and dad is a pedigree KC registered chocolate miniature. I will add photos of both. Both parents are in great health and mum and babies have been brought up around family.

Puppies will leave with 1st vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and with a sample food gift pack.

Deposit of 20% is required to secure a puppy.

Ready for their new home at the end of June
 
For more information please call Beth 07415961615

..In other words, Tuesday’s match was officially to be played away against Hope Works, owing to their green not being available however the match was played in Parwich. Although deemed as underdogs here we got stuck in thinking we could pull it off. A rattling good encounter, though, saw us eventually beaten by the narrow margin of 73-65. I did note, incidentally, that although the official away side it was Parwich folk that made all the tea. Which brings me on to say that if anyone heard an ear-splitting crash on Tuesday around 7-30 it was only yours truly dropping a wood on the pyrex tea tray and showering the entire pavilion with tiny cubes of glass. Could have happened to anyone….
In the Thursday league we were back at Parson’s Croft where the situation had a rather different outcome; a rampant Parwich side further extending their lead at the top of the table with a 145-95 victory over Youlgreave. We must have played well as a unit as I understand Youlgreave to have some particularly experienced bowlers among their ranks, so it was certainly a result to celebrate. By a quirk of fate from the fixtures organisers the same opponents will be our visitors again this coming week when we entertain them in the Tuesday League. Vociferous support will always be appreciated. Mark J…

Oil Price Up

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Update for Bradbourne & Parwich Heating Oil Club

Brent Crude continues to rise, heading for $73 a barrel as economies re-open after lockdowns, and a consequent surge in travel has pushed Crude oil prices to levels last seen a few years ago.
Delivery times are 5 to 10 working days from Club order on Monday. Please note the delivery times are estimated and if your delivery time is 10 working days. If you are low or have run out then this group order will not be suitable.

Rate:  £0.3995 (pence per litre excluding vat [5% for Domestic use])

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The Carnival and Recreation Committee are keen to carry on the tradition of a BBQ at the legion after the Treasure Hunt on Wakes Sunday, serving from 7.30pm, however we have hit two major stumbling blocks!! Firstly the legion BBQ is broken and secondly we have no cooks! We are therefore asking for anyone who has a BBQ they are willing to loan for the evening and even better willing to cook please let me know. The Committee will sort out all the food and be on hand to help with taking money and so on. The funds raised are an essential part of keeping Wakes and other Village events happening so fingers crossed there is a BBQ fairy out there. If you can help either tell Karen W or email me lucywigley@googlemail.com.

Thanks a million

Lucy M

Even More Plants

New plants have gone out, we have some autumn fruiting raspberries, hellebores, pots of Canterbury bells to prick out, dwarf sunflowers and a few herbs.
Come and have a look.
Jill L

Church Tomorrow

Church tomorrow

Update: There’s been a decision this afternoon that tomorrow we will be holding Morning Prayer at 9.30am, not Holy Communion.  The meetings will continue after the service as planned.  Apologies for the late change.

At 9.30am There’s a service of Holy Communion in St Peter’s in the village.  This will be followed at 1030 by the Annual Vestry Meeting, a public meeting to elect the churchwardens, then the Annual Parochial Meeting for those on the church Electoral Roll.  At the second meeting we elect other officers and consider accounts etc.  This year we will also have a discussion about the pattern of services in our church.

There’s no Zoom service at 6pm this week.

Andrew C

Euro Football at the Legion

This Weekend at the Legion

The next meeting of Parwich Parish Council will be held on Wednesday the 16th June 2021 at 7:30 pm in the Memorial Hall.

This will be followed by the Parish Annual Meeting. Village Organisations are invited to submit a written report for the past year to be added to the Parish Council’s Website Archive if they wish, rather than attend in person. 

Parish Councils are no longer permitted to meet using video conferencing so these meetings must be held in person.

Risk management measures including sanitising and distancing will be in place. The number of attendees may not exceed 30. All attendees will be required to wear face masks (unless exempt).

The agendas are here.

Parwich Village Show

The Horticultural society is holding the Village Show this year on Sunday, 12th September.  The full schedule will be published later but for those keen photographers out there, here are the categories for the photographic section.The categories are the same for all age groups but obviously the children’s photos will be judged separately.

  1.  Wildlife
  2. Garden Tools
  3. Enjoying the Sun
  4. Sticks and stones

A maximum of 3 photos can be entered in any one category.

Euro Football at the Legion

Reopening Celebration at The Legion

Wakes BBQ and budding Chef required!

The Carnival and Recreation Committee are keen to carry on the tradition of a BBQ at the legion after the Treasure Hunt on Wakes Sunday, serving from 7.30pm, however we have hit two major stumbling blocks!! Firstly the legion BBQ is broken and secondly we have no cooks! We are therefore asking for anyone who has a BBQ they are willing to loan for the evening and even better willing to cook please let me know. The Committee will sort out all the food and be on hand to help with taking money and so on. The funds raised are an essential part of keeping Wakes and other Village events happening so fingers crossed there is a BBQ fairy out there. If you can help either tell Karen W or email me lucywigley@googlemail.com.

Thanks a million

Lucy M

Parwich Wakes – 17 days to go

This is just a reminder that Wakes is only 17 days away eeekkkk! The fancy dress competition will start at 5pm with the judges driving around to your houses or open spaces – just make sure you let me know where you will be!
Floats will meet at 6pm on the Village Green to be judged and then do a loop around the village. Anyone who is in fancy dress please feel free to follow the floats so everyone can see your costumes (please social distance). The parade will then end at the Village Green.

So now is the time to get your thinking caps on and let me know where you will be and what category you are entering (see programme below) either on Messenger or email lucywigley@googlemail.com
Any questions just let me know.

Lucy M

Euro Football at the Legion

Blog Diary

As life seems to be moving slowly back to normal I think this is a good time for me to resurrect the Blog Diary and weekly What’s On posts. If any village clubs, societies, classes, etc are planning events (one offs or regular weekly activities) over the next few months please send us details to parwich@hotmail.co.uk Would be great to get info on Sycamore events as well as the Legion.

Thanks

Steve J

ps I didn’t get anything so far, so the diary is rather empty 😦

Blue and Green Bins on Wednesday

+ foody caddy

Green bin payment scheme now in operation.

Caravans on Parsons Croft

The Parish Council would just like to let residents know that on Friday 11th June we will be welcoming Sheffield Caravan Club back to Parsons Croft after a year’s absence. They will be making their own arrangements to run the site within the guidelines for managing the risk of coronavirus infection.

Notts Caravan Club will also be returning for Wakes Week although the usual joint activities are not expected to be possible. 

Wanted: House for Rent

We’re a Derbyshire family looking for a long term rental (unfurnished) on a 3 or 4 bedroom house with a garden from 1 July 2021. We also have two labs who live in our outside portable kennel. We would be grateful for any assistance!

Many thanks!

Debs Miller

 07850 591801

Yet More Plants!

I have just put some more plants out at Rookery House, there are Cosmos , Echinacea, Dwarf Sunflowers more Lupins and Rudbeckia Rustic Dwarf.
Have a look 👀.
Jill L

Lost a Bird?

Seen just now on the garden wall at Stanworth

Steve J

Only one match this week as Parwich Bowling Club had a bye on Tuesday evening, giving us all a chance to watch Yes Minister and an opportunity to see what really goes on behind the corridors of power….
Thus it was a refreshed and rested team that set off for Bakewell on Thursday afternoon. There’s no doubting that Baedeca’s Wella (as originally known) is a lovely old historical town, however best not visited during half-term following a bank holiday Monday; the place was heaving with holidaymakers and finding a parking space took a considerable chunk out of our day.
A rattling good contest it was though when the match got under way. Bakewell’s somewhat eccentric green, tucked away in an attractive setting behind carefully tended gardens and between architectural gems, is not so much of a smooth crown in its topology but more resembling of a scale model of the Dark Peak. Woods in pursuit of the jack are apt to come off Kinder and be diverted along the Snake Pass! But it was great fun, it was a fine place to play nonetheless and, surrounded by benches full of enthralled tourists resting after their lunchtime tarts and puddings, we bowled well as a unit. After several close pairings that swung one way then another Parwich were eventually narrowly beaten by 136 to 119, but, according to the published League table on Friday, retain our top position.
The coming week sees us scheduled to play at home twice, Tuesday evening and Thursday afternoon. Let’s keep it going Parwich! 

Mark J

Church Tomorrow

Church tomorrow

St Peter’s, Parwich is part of a group of five village churches.  There isn’t a service in St Peter’s tomorrow but there are in three of the other churches and one on Zoom.

  • 9.30am in St Leonard’s Thorpe: A service of Holy Communion. 
  • 11.00am in St Mary’s Tissington: Family Service
  • 3.30pm in St. Michael & All Angel’s Alsop-en-le-Dale: Churches Count on nature, joining in a celebration across the UK of the wildlife in churchyards

Please bring a mask unless you are exempt.  There will be social distancing and much care for each other.

There will also be a 6pm service of Evening Prayer on Zoom using words from the Northumbria Community,  There will be opportunity to sing loudly in your own homes without anyone hearing you.

All services led by Rev Carollyn.  Contact her on 664132 or Andrew on 390684 for further details, including for Zoom access by laptop, tablet and any kind of phone.

Andrew C

Village Clean Up Day Tomorrow

It’s that time again! If you can spare an hour or two tomorrow (Sunday) morning please come the the bus shelter around ten or just find us around the village. Bring your own ideas and tools if you want or find ask of us who will help you find something to do. Gardening, litter picking, kerb weeding and putting up benches are all possible. Litter pickers amd bags will be available for those who want them.

All nice and outdoors and socially distanced.

Free chair

Free chair available – seat needs reupholstering. Please contact Carol on 01335 390185 or  07896 563482 if you are interested.

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This weekend at the Legion…

Memorial Hall AGM

More Plants

A fresh batch of plants is now for sale outside Rookery House in aid of Parwich and District Horticultural Society. We have raised £200 so far and would love to reach £250 in the next couple of weeks before winding sales down.
Come and choose from  Rudbeckia, dwarf Lupin, Salvia, Cosmos and more.The last tomato plants are begging to be planted out. Please save them from  ultimate recycling in the compost bin!There is also an Azalea in need of a good home .
Many thanks Sue H 334

Key Found

Has anyone lost a house key around the village green? Contact Lynette or
call 381.
Richard T

Grey Bin Thursday

…and Food Caddy

One day later than normal due to Bank Holiday

Please Report Dog Fouling

Derbyshire Dales residents urged to report dog-fouling hot-spots

Derbyshire Dales District Council is urging residents to report areas in the district where dog fouling is causing a problem.

“Although 9 out of 10 dog owners pick up dog mess after their pets, that still leaves a significant number who don’t,” said Councillor Chris Furness, Chairman of the Community & Environment Committee at the District Council.

“We’re encouraging residents to help us by putting dog mess in the bin and reporting problem areas to us online.”

Community Development Officer, Emma Mortimer added:

“With the information from residents we will target those areas with the worst problems by patrolling and talking to dog owners to encourage responsible behaviour and putting up additional signs.

“To help encourage dog owners to pick up after their pets we are providing dog-mess bag dispensers on our land where we know there is a problem. Bagged dog mess can be disposed of in any litter bin.”

Residents can report a litter or dog fouling hot spot via an online form available at http://www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk/reportdogmess  

Sunday Bowling

Free Office Chairs

2 office chairs, quite small so great for children. Hardly used, height adjustable and swivel.
Please reply to message if interested.

Thanks

Gill H

Free Bike

Update: this has now found a new home

FREE – boys bike, originally from Halfords, has been very well used, little bit of white paint on it, back tyre is a little flat but may just need pumping up as it hasn’t been used in a while. I think it’s a child’s size 16 inch suitable for 8-11 years depending upon the height of the child.
Please reply to message if interested.

Gill H

Oil Price Up

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Update for Bradbourne & Parwich Heating Oil Club

Oil prices rose early on Friday for a sixth consecutive day on expectations that re-opening economies and higher travel numbers in the United States and Europe would boost fuel demand. These expectations outweighed the concerns this week over the spread of Coronavirus in parts of Asia and the potential return of Iranian oil to the market. Brent Crude is currently at $69.66 a barrel.
Delivery times are 7 to 10 working days from Club order on Monday. Please note the delivery times are estimated and if your delivery time is 10 working days, please allow for the Monday bank Holiday. If you are low or have run out then this group order will not be suitable.

TIP: Avoid tank issues by removing water – Water naturally builds up at the bottom of tanks over time from condensation. To prevent unwanted water causing issues with your system, we recommend using a Water Scavenger every now and then to absorb any contaminated water in your tank. It is simple to use, just fix the cord to the tank and drop in the Scavenger. Or if you would like to test for water first you can purchase a Water Test Kit. For more information, please visit The Club Store.

Rate:  £0.3945 (pence per litre excluding vat [5% for Domestic use])

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Church Tomorrow

Church tomorrow

Tomorrow we celebrate Trinity Sunday, the belief that God the Father, Jesus and the Holy Spirit are three persons but united in one.  There are two opportunities for worship available tomorrow:

  • 10.30am here in St Peter’s: A service of Holy Communion.  Please bring a mask unless you are exempt.  There will be social distancing and much care for each other.
  • 6pm on Zoom: A service of Trinity Reflections.  There will be opportunity to sing loudly in your own homes without anyone hearing you.

Both services led by Rev Carollyn.  Contact her on 664132 or Andrew on 390684 for further details, including for Zoom access by laptop, tablet and any kind of phone.

Andrew C

Legion Bike Ride

Derbyshire Open Arts in Windows

           

Ruby Hickmott

‘ Derbyshire Open Arts in Windows ‘

              4 Church Walk 

May Spring Bank Holiday 28th – 31st May

                10am – 5pm 

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