Archive for May, 2010

Cast nair a clout til’

May is out.

Well, the May is out.  (more…)

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Tea & Cakes are being served in the churchyard at Alsop between 11am – 4pm.  Come along and support this event, in aid of Alsop Church.  Stunning views, delicious cakes, not to be missed!

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The weekly weather round up

Last week’s readings:

 

Rainfall

in mm

Pressure

in Mb am

Pressure

in Mb pm

Temperature in ºC

Max

Min

Sun 23rd

0.0

1027.1

1024.3

29.7

10.3

Mon 24th

0.0

1019.5

1018.2

24.9

11.1

Tue 25th

0.0

1018.2

1015.4

15.4

9.1

Wed26th

0.9

1013.7

1012.5

12.1

7.7

Thu 27th

0.0

1010.6

1011.1

16.4

1.7

Fri 28st

0.9

1011.8

1014.8

18.3

4.9

Sat 29th

5.4

1013.7

1004.7

13.4

5.0

Total

7.2

 

Average

18.6

7.1

At least the gardens needed the rain.

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What’s on Where this Week

What’s on Where this Week
Date Time Event Location
Sunday 9.30am Holy Communion – Andy Larkin Parwich Church
Sunday & Monday 11-5pm Derbyshire Open Arts Festival All over Derbyshire
Sunday 11.15am Family Service &Baptism Alsop Church
Monday 11-4pm Tea & Cakes in the Churchyard Alsop Church
Sunday 6.30pm Evensong – Andy Larkin Parwich Church

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Parish Council meetings.

The next Parish Council meeting will be held on Tuesday June 8th in the new Memorial Hall, at 7.30pm.

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The dry stone walls have been going up around the site over the past few weeks, with the hard landscaping nearing completion.

Also the soft landscaping should start after the Bank Holiday.  Five trees, two Sorbus Sheerwater Seedling (mountain ash) and three Betula utilis jacquemontii (white barked Silver Birch) will be planted. All the trees have been kindly donated. The rest of the planting scheme was planned with the landscape architect from Peak Park and will be carried out by a  landscaping company.  

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Unexpected Visitors?

Thank you to John FS for this photo of some unexpected occupants in the Jubilee Pond.  Is it global warming, or the influence of the pink dragonfly?

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