New Year’s Day Quiz at the Legion

Kids end of term Christmas Disco

December Parwich Film: THE LOST KING

The amazing and true story of a Leicester car park discovery.

In 2012, the remains of King Richard III were discovered, after having been lost for over 500 years. The search had been orchestrated by an amateur historian, Philippa Langley, whose unrelenting research had been met with incomprehension by her friends and family and with scepticism by experts and academics.

THE LOST KING is the life-affirming true story of a woman who refused to be ignored and who took on the country’s most eminent historians, forcing them to think again about one of the most controversial kings in England’s history.

SATURDAY 17th December 7.45PM   

Free Entrance.   Refreshments.     Raffle

 

Parwich Memorial Hall

Legion Christmas Bingo

Christmas Market

The Sycamore Inn, Sunday 4th December, 2pm – 6pm.

Church Services December and January

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

SERVICES FOR DECEMBER AND JANUARY

Help Required

My parents are finding it difficult with basic tasks around the house due to recent decline in mobility. Has anyone any spare time to assist.

Regards

Jackie B. 07410887588

Christmas Carols on the Green

Christmas Themed Bike Ride – 3rd Dec

Barn Required

Barn sought for short term rental

We moved to Parwich in the Summer and are currently living with Amy’s godfather Peter T.  We are seeking a large barn locally to hire from February for three or four months, to use to construct a cabin on a trailer. 

We need a space approximately 10x10m with a power supply & lights.

Pasco and Amy HG

Contact Amy mobile 07590232144 or tel.287

This week at the Legion

Christmas Market

The Sycamore Inn, Sunday 4th December, 2pm – 6pm.

Parwich Primary School PTA Tombola

Parwich Primary School PTA will be doing a tombola at the Christmas Fayre on Sunday 4th December at the Sycamore Inn so please pop along and support our local school 😍.

Armchair and Footstool for sale

Lovely Armchair and Footstool

Clarke and Clarke fabric

Grey/Mustard

Good Condition

£50

Contact Sue ( The Old Vicarage )

390037

December Parwich Film: THE LOST KING

The amazing and true story of a Leicester car park discovery.

In 2012, the remains of King Richard III were discovered, after having been lost for over 500 years. The search had been orchestrated by an amateur historian, Philippa Langley, whose unrelenting research had been met with incomprehension by her friends and family and with scepticism by experts and academics.

THE LOST KING is the life-affirming true story of a woman who refused to be ignored and who took on the country’s most eminent historians, forcing them to think again about one of the most controversial kings in England’s history.

SATURDAY 17th December 7.45PM   

Free Entrance.   Refreshments.     Raffle

 

Parwich Memorial Hall

Decorate the Church for Christmas

🎄Decoration of St Peter’s Church for Christmas 🎄

On Friday 2 December from 10am we shall be decorating the church ready for Christmas.

If you would like to help, please come along.
Donations of holly, ivy and seasonal foliage welcomed.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Please contact Esther T for more information, 07885 545305

Rural Crime Reporting Form

A new crime form has been launched to encourage communities to report rural and wildlife crimes online.

Sergeant Chris Wilkinson, from the force’s Rural, Wildlife and Heritage Crime Team, said “We want to reassure our rural communities that we are here to support you if you need us.

“By offering an online way of reporting these crimes directly to our team, we can take all the details we need to provide an efficient and suitable police response. This should also save time for the person reporting the crime.

“Whilst we do investigate these crimes thoroughly already, and put other crime prevention measures in place, we do know that rural communities can sometimes feel expected to put up with criminal activity. We are committed to proving that this is not the case.” Read the full article on our website: Specialist rural and wildlife reporting tools launched in Derbyshire | Derbyshire Constabulary

Christmas Bike Ride

Christmas Craft Fair

CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAIR

Bradbourne Church Hall

Saturday 10 December

2 – 4 pm

Festive gifts and crafts on sale.

Refreshments

All are Welcome

http://www.parwich.derbyshire.sch.uk/school-governors/

Spare Covid Test Kits

These have now been taken

Spare C-test kits (2 x 5 kits)

I bought a small supply of Covid test kits last August to take with us on my annual visit to Holland. Thankfully we didn’t need them.

I now have 2 sealed boxes of 5 kits each to spare for anyone who can make good use of them. Shelf life till March 2024.

Please call me on 440.  Saskia T

Christmas Market

The Sycamore Inn, Sunday 4th December, 2pm – 6pm.

Free Toshiba 36 inch TV

Good working order – contact Carol on 07896563482 / 01335 390185.

DDDC December Parking Concession

Free parking in December comes on top of residents’ parking concessions that allow local people to park free every day of the year up to 11am and after 4pm. Free parking permits were issued to all 34,000 households across the Derbyshire Dales back in March.

Free parking in December comes on top of residents’ parking concessions that allow local people to park free every day of the year up to 11am and after 4pm. Free parking permits were issued to all 34,000 households across the Derbyshire Dales back in March.

This week at the Legion

Parwich Primary School PTA Tombola

Parwich Primary School PTA will be doing a tombola at the Christmas Fayre on Sunday 4th December at the Sycamore Inn so please pop along and support our local school 😍.

Christmas Carols on the Green

Christmas Market

The Sycamore Inn, Sunday 4th December, 2pm – 6pm.

Tissington Trail Closures Dec – Feb

Tissington Trail winter closures for tree felling work for ash dieback management

Sections of the Tissington Trail between Mapleton and Alsop-en-le-Dale will be closed during December 2022 to February 2023 as the National Park Authority undertakes tree felling operations for ash dieback.

The works are required to minimise the risk to trail users from weakened and potential falling trees affected by the disease. Much of the ash tree population of the Peak District is likely to be affected by ash dieback in the coming years, in particular in the White Peak area.

Many areas already affected by the disease have already been subject to felling operations.

Works along the Trail will only take place during weekdays, with weekends and school half-term periods unaffected and the Trail re-opened for use as normal.

Closures will happen in short sections with each area re-opening after felling is complete. An updated list of affected sections will be available on the Authority’s website and social media throughout.

The vast majority of the resulting timber and other material will be removed from the Trail. However, some small areas of habitat will be left to benefit wildlife. Replacement trees will not be planted, but natural regeneration will be allowed to take place. Routine safety and route management will be carried out where required.

A spokesperson for the Peak District National Park Authority, said: “Ash dieback sadly now has a firm grip in the Peak District, which is why the Authority and many other partners and organisations are undertaking felling works to tackle the impact of the disease.

“Our priority on the National Park’s popular trails network is to minimise the potential risk to trail users from trees within falling distance of the route. Taking comprehensive action now will reduce the need to return in the future and apply additional closures and disturbance to habitats.

“Whilst none of us wish to see the loss of wonderful native trees, we anticipate that felling along the trail routes will open up many of the dramatic views and vistas for visitors to enjoy that are not currently available due to existing tree cover.

“By only closing routes in sections and maintaining access during weekends and school holiday periods in the winter, we aim to keep disruption to a minimum.”

Visitors are being asked to observe all closures and not enter restricted areas at any time.

Smaller felling and ‘pollarding’ operations on ash trees will also take place around the Bakewell station area of the Monsal Trail, however this will not require closure of the route and access will be maintained.

The latest information can be found on the National Park Authority website at peakdistrict.gov.uk

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