What’s on Where next Week
Day Time Event Location
Mon 23rd 10am
/ 10.07am
Bus to Bakewell
arrives Bakewell 10.40, leaves 13.35
Sycamore Cottages
/ Alsop Church
Tue 24th 6-10pm Badminton & Tabletennis
book via Cheryl tel 617
Memorial Hall
Wed 25th Green bin, Blue bin and food caddy collection Parwich
Wed 25th 6-10pm Badminton & Tabletennis
book via Cheryl tel 617
Memorial Hall
Wed 25th 7pm Burns Night
3 course meal, phone 01335 390212 to book your table
Sycamore Inn
Thu 26th 11am to 1pm Evie’s Artistic Session
More info: 390488
Memorial Hall
Thu 26th 6-10pm Badminton & Tabletennis
book via Cheryl tel 617
Memorial Hall
Fri 27th 3.15 to
Mobile Library The Green
Fri 27th 5.30pm Children’s Friday Football
meet at the Cricket Pavillion
Parson’s Croft
Fri 27th 7.30pm Live & Local present
Scary Little Girls Productions
Sorry I Haven’t a Minute
bar & refreshments
book via parwichmh@gmail.com or 07846 906 848
Memorial Hall
Fri 27th kick off
Derby v Leicester City
drinks promotions from 7.30pm
Fri 27th draw at
half time
‘Open the Safe’
continues Fridays until won
Sat 28th
Mon 30th
The Small Parwich Birdwatch
share your sightings of birds or other wild life in the Alsop, Ballidon, Parwich and Pikehall area, photos also welcome
Parwich & District
Sat 28th 8.45pm Live Band @ the Legion
Sun 29th No service Parwich Church
Sun 29th 11am Songs of Praise Alsop Church

Click here to see the full Diary page; please email any event information to parwich@hotmail.co.uk


Open the Safe continues…


Oil Price down slightly


Update for Bradbourne & Parwich Heating Oil Club

With the continued cold weather, we urge members to keep an eye on oil levels and not to run too low before ordering. With delivery times between 5 and 10 working days and subject to weather and supply conditions, if you are low on heating oil this group order may not be suitable.

The rate and offer details for our clubs group orders for this weekend are as follows:

Rate: £0.3977 ( per litre excluding vat [5% for Domestic use])
Minimum order: 500 Litres
(Please note some suppliers may make a surcharge if they deliver less than the I min qty)
Heating oil type: Kerosene (28 second) heating oil – Bulk
Order and pay by date: Orders with payment information submitted by 11.30 am Monday morning will be included with on this order.
(Orders after this time may not be included in this order- please check the order screen for an update)
Delivery time frame: Delivery within 10 working days from club order on Monday
(Delivery times for this time of year will be subject to adverse weather and supply conditions so please order early)
Debit card charge: The supplier does not charge for the use of a debit card.
Credit card charge: The supplier DOES charge 2% for the use of a credit card.
Special Notes: If you have an AGA or require premium fuel, please see the club shop for the exocet range of premium additives.

Our next order date after this weekend is in one week’s time, 29th January 2017
order dates are subject to enough group orders to secure bulk rates.
Please keep an eye on the emails or web site.

Parwich Heating Oil Club
together we all save more

Also visit the Facebook page.

High Peak Trail Resurfacing


Trail resurfacing set to improve access in the Peak District National Park

More of the High Peak Trail will be widened and resurfaced this winter, improving safety and enjoyment for visitors to the Peak District National Park.

About 2.3km (1.5 miles) of the trail between Newhaven Crossing and Minninglow car park is being improved. Work will begin on Monday (23 January) with repairs scheduled for completion by 17 February 2017.

Use of this section of the trail will be restricted at times but will remain passable.

Parts of the trail on that section are just 750mm wide in places, which is not enough to accommodate walkers, cyclists and horse riders at busy times. The improvements will mean the trail is widened to a width of at least 3 metres.

Emma Stone, who manages the Peak District National Park trails, said: “This is a trail with a variety of users and widening it to a minimum of 3 metres should make the whole experience much safer and more enjoyable for everyone.’’

The work is part of a rolling programme to improve safety and accessibility on the traffic-free trails in the UK’s first and original National Park.

The High Peak Trail runs for 27 km (17 miles) from Dowlow, near Buxton, to High Peak Junction at Cromford. It follows the former route of the High Peak Railway line, which opened in 1831 to carry minerals and goods between the Cromford and Peak Forest canals. Following the closure of the line, the Peak District National Park bought the part of the route within its boundary in 1971 and turned it into a traffic-free trail. The section from Daisy Bank, Longcliffe, to High Peak Junction is outside the national park and owned by Derbyshire County Council.

For more information on the Peak District’s traffic-free trails, visit www.peakdistrict.gov.uk/trails.

Diary updates ASAP.

We will be updating the Parwich.org Diary page this weekend, so if you have any Alsop, Ballidon, Parwich or Pikehall events (February and March) that you want to go in the Diary in time to be included in the Peak Five Churches Magazine’s February issue, please send them in by tomorrow, 21st of January.

Including our Diary in the Church magazine is important as it helps you reach some of those who are not on-line.

Please send Diary information to parwich@hotmail.co.uk or leave me a message on tel. 287.

Thank you, Peter

Note, click here for

Tonight – open the safe continues….


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