Archive for January, 2009

Although this work will have no impact on our community, it is only about 9 miles away and many of us may drive, walk or work in that area, so it may be of interest to read the Peak Park’s official press release.

Tearsall Quarry work given provisional go-ahead

A mining company’s application to work a Peak District open cast quarry for six years has been approved.

Members of the Peak District National Park Authority decided by 10 votes to eight to allow Glebe Mines to work Tearsall Quarry, on Bonsall Moor, near Matlock, due to exceptional circumstances secured by a legal agreement.

It followed an offer by Glebe Mines to give up its rights to quarry minerals at another environmentally sensitive site called Peak Pasture, on the eastern edge of Longstone Edge, near Bakewell, for at least four years while extraction takes place at Tearsall Quarry. (more…)

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PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
At 7.30pm ten minutes will be made available for members of the public to ask questions or comment on Parish Council matters.

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Nifty Netballers strike again

netball1The Parwich ladies romped to a very convincing win last night in Leek. The final score was 26-4 and it has to be said that the defending players – Sarah, Nia and Ruth did not break into a sweat! All sweating was left to Olivia Flowers, who has returned to the Parwich team after short child rearing break. Straight back in at GA she was darting around the D and popping the ball neatly in the net. Janette (also a Flower….) was on fine form launching impossible looking shots which sailed through the hoop without touching the sides. (more…)

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Always a welcome sight.

Is this wonderful photo taken by John F-S an indication that Spring is just around the corner?  Certainly the recent milder weather seems to be encouraging some new growth, let’s just hope that it is not too premature!

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This week’s Stunner

The Ashbourne News Telegraph is in the shops again today, as well as being available electronically. Click on the image of this week’s front paper to see the paper in full on-line (to be added when available). Click here to find out about getting it emailed to you on a regular basis.

There are a few items relating to our immediate area this week:

  • p.3 Stray dog attacked a young goat in Tissington (although this is not in our immediate area, it is not far for a dog to travel).
  • p.6 Tom’s Strictly success is cited as a reason for taking up the opportunity for ballroom dancing classes.
  • p.19 The death of Don Lowndes prompted a full page Memory Lane feature on Ashbourne Amateur Boxing Club
  • p.25 Good to see Debbie’s cheerful smile, as she recommends volunteering activities to help get you fit (to find out more on local volunteering contact the Volunteer Centre)
  • p.46 Ashbourne Dominoes League: Div C Sycamore stands in 4th position

However you might also be interested in the these additional articles: (more…)

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February newletter from PC Ian Cooper

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                             Update from your local officer
                             February 2009

 

I hope you all had a safe and enjoyable Christmas and New Year.  At the New Year we had a good Mappleton Boat Race and Bridge jump. The event only impacts on us for a few hours each year, and does raise money for charity. We had no problems, and the one way system seems to continue to work well. Thank you to residents, and visitors to the event, for your co operation with this.

Across our Section we have, in recent weeks had a few cars broken into, and a few outbuildings broken into in rural locations. Some have occurred on our area, and are worth mentioning to you. (more…)

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