Archive for November, 2010

Wetton Christmas Fayre (cancelled)

Update: 2nd Dec – Has been cancelled due to the bad weather.  A smaller fair may be rescheduled, which our own Delia Pegg hopes to have a stall at.

There is a Christmas Fayre in Wetton on Sunday 5th December from 11.00 am.

The fayre is being held in the church, the village hall and a nearby marquee. Stalls and entertainment include:

  • Santa and his elves
  • hot and cold food
  • cakes, jams and relishes
  • Christmas trees and wreaths
  • make your own ceramic Christmas decorations
  • cards and calendars
  • music from local school choirs
  • cheese and real ale
  • confectionery
  • jewellery and antiques
  • soft toys and cushions.

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Craft Bazaar in Brassington

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Today’s Newspaper Delivery

Thank you to Marion for passing this on:

I have just had an email from Lee Hanstock of MSR Newsgroup who delivers to a number of people in Parwich.

He is very apologetic but hasn’t been able to get through to Parwich today. If anyone particularly wants him to keep today’s papers (or even tomorrow’s etc depending on what turn the weather takes) for delivery whenever he can get through, they had better ring him on 343 943.

Thank you


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Still Snowing

11am There has been a steady fall of snow this morning, with more still to come.  Thanks to Graham J for this update on the roads:

Dale Road and Alsop Road tricky this morning – no grit, probably only passable in 4×4. A515 to Buxton passable with care, snow blowing across in drifts at the usual locations (Parsley Hay, Flagg). Buxton side roads are bad.

Keep your comments coming.

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Parwich School Closed

With the heavy snow Parwich Primary School has been closed today (30th Nov 2010):

On advice from parents and Health & Safety we have made the decision to close the school.
Thanks to all staff and children that made the difficult journey.

Caroline Rodgers

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Dreaming of an Irish Christmas?

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Christmas Tree Festival & Fair

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