Archive for March, 2017

What’s on Where: 1st to 9th April

What’s on Where next Week
Day Time Event Location
Sat 1st tbc Disco Night
with DJ Funky Gibbon
and also DJ Curl Tongue
Legion
Sun 2nd No services
this week
Alsop & Parwich Churches
Sun 2nd 6.30pm Sunday Football
for adults and grown up kids
Parson’s Croft
Mon 3rd 10am
/ 10.07am
Bus to Bakewell
arrives Bakewell 10.40, leaves 13.35
Sycamore Cottages
/ Alsop Church
Mon 3rd 12.45pm Village Lunch
Cottage Pie
Jam Rolly Polly & Custard
contact Val K tel. 390458
Memorial Hall
Tue 4th 6-10pm Badminton & Tabletennis
book via Cheryl tel 617
Memorial Hall
Wed 5th Green bin, Blue bin and food caddy collection Parwich
Wed 5th 6-10pm Badminton & Tabletennis
book via Cheryl tel 617
Memorial Hall
Thu 6th 11am to 1pm Evie’s Artistic Session
More info: 390488
Memorial Hall
Thu 6th 4.30pm to 7pm Fish & Chip Van
visiting Parwich alternative Thursdays
tel. 0751 107 6249
The Green
Thu 6th 6-10pm Badminton & Tabletennis
book via Cheryl tel 617
Memorial Hall
Fri 7th last day of term before Easter holiday Parwich School
Fri 7th 5.30pm Children’s Friday Football
meet at the Cricket Pavillion
Parson’s Croft
Fri 7th 7.45pm Parwich Film
‘A Street Cat Named Bob’
Memorial Hall
Fri 7th draw at
8.45pm
‘Open the Safe’
continues Fridays until won
Legion
Sat 8th 2pm Duck Race
Parwich Society of St George fund raiser, ducks available via the Legion or the Sycamore
Tissington Ford
Sat 8th 2pm Parwich Crown Green Bowls
Open Singles
Parson’s Croft
Sat 8th open
3pm onwards
race at
5.15pm
following the Duck Race
Grand National broadcast live
drinks promotions
Sweepstake
Legion
Sat 8th 8.30pm Live Band
Southbound
Legion
Sun 9th 9.30am Holy Communion Parwich Church
Sun 9th 11.15am Holy Communion Alsop Church
Sun 9th 2.30pm Methodist Service Parwich Church
Sun 9th 6.30pm Sunday Football
for adults and grown up kids
Parson’s Croft

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

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Oil Price Steady

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Update for Bradbourne & Parwich Heating Oil Club

Rates have risen slightly this week as crude reaches $53 a barrel from a low of $50 last week and the pound falls back against the dollar. Delivery times are 3 to 10 working days

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

Rate: £0.3699 ( 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 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, 9th April 2017

order dates are subject to enough group orders to secure bulk rates.

Please keep an eye on the emails or web site.

www.oil-club.co.uk

Parwich Heating Oil Club

together we all save more

Also visit the Facebook page.

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Forthcoming Legion Events

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April Film Night

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A STREETCAT NAMED BOB

Based on the best-selling autobiographical novel by James Bowen, this feel-good film stars a cat named Bob.

Bob is a stray cat looking for somewhere warm to sleep. James is a street musician struggling to make ends meet.

When James and Bob meet, they forge a never-to-be-forgotten friendship; he found an injured cat curled up in the hallway of his apartment building, and he had no idea how much his life was about to change. James was living hand to mouth on the streets of London, barely making enough money to feed himself, and the last thing he needed was a pet. Yet James couldn’t resist helping the strikingly intelligent but very sick animal, whom he named Bob. He slowly nursed Bob back to health and then sent the cat on his way, imagining that he would never see him again. But Bob had other ideas……..

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FRIDAY 7TH APRIL 7.45PM    

Free Entrance.   Refreshments.     Raffle

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Easter Quiz

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Duck Race 2017

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Lunch 17 Apr (2)

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Fly Tipping

4 tyres thrown into my field on Monday night. Same place as the TV . Looks like they could possibly be motor bike/trail bike/trailer tyres to me. Does anyone have any information? Fiona 191

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Thinking of Volunteering?

Readycall is looking for volunteers from the Parwich area

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Bowls Recruitment

Bowls

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A Sign of Spring; the Bowls Fixture List

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Tonight’s Rainbow

Monsdale valley rainbow tonight, quite dramatic for just a few moments.

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Derbyshire Delights

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Sunday Night Football

Sunday night football

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Free Bike Anyone?

Free to someone who needs a bike.
Saracen Adventurer hybrid bike in good condition, was serviced last year, has lights and a spare set of wheels. I am just fed up with moving around the shed and not using it.
Jill 353.

This has now found a new home

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Table and Chairs for Sale

Extending dining table and four leather chairs £50

Tel: 248

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In the News……..

 

125 Years Ago

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal 11 March 1892

1892 Mar 11 DA&J (more…)

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Parish Council Minutes

The minutes of the Parish Council meeting of the 18th January have been published on the Parish Council website and can be seen here

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Mothering Sunday Service

M Sunday

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Oil Price Down Again

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Update for Bradbourne & Parwich Heating Oil Club

Rates continue with the downward trend, reaching levels we have not seen since last October, although they do appear to have levelled off over the last two or three days. Delivery times are 3 to 10 working days.

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

Rate: £0.3699 ( 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 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, 2nd April 2017

order dates are subject to enough group orders to secure bulk rates.

Please keep an eye on the emails or web site.

www.oil-club.co.uk

Parwich Heating Oil Club

together we all save more

Also visit the Facebook page.

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St Peter’s

Thank you Terry P for sending in such a lovely photo of the church bathed in sunshine.

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Change in Fish & Chips dates

Thank you Jason for this update:

Fish and Chip van was here last night… and the food was fantastic!!
I mentioned that I thought he was coming next week, but it appears he has messed up his dates and so will not be here next Thursday but will be here on 6th April instead and then every 2 weeks.

We have updated the Events Diary and click here for a menu of what we missed last night. Looking forward to Thursday 6th April. If you have any questions you can contact Porky’s on tel. 0751 107 6249.

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What’s on Where next Week
Day Time Event Location
Fri 24th 3.15 to
3.45pm
Mobile Library The Green
Fri 24th 5.30pm Children’s Friday Football
meet at the Cricket Pavillion
Parson’s Croft
Fri 24th draw at
8.45pm
‘Open the Safe’
continues Fridays until won
Legion
Sun 26th 1am Start of British Summer Time
Clocks go forward one hour
Sun 26th 11.15am Mothering Sunday Service Alsop Church
Sun 26th 2.30pm Mothering Sunday Service
(joint Methodist and Anglican Service)
Parwich Church
Tue 28th 6-10pm Badminton & Tabletennis
book via Cheryl tel 617
Memorial Hall
Wed 29th Grey bin and food caddy collection Parwich
Wed 29th 6-10pm Badminton & Tabletennis
book via Cheryl tel 617
Memorial Hall
Thu 30th 11am to 1pm Evie’s Artistic Session
More info: 390488
Memorial Hall
Thu 30th Date change, no Fish & Chip Van this week, visiting Parwich alternative Thursdays, next here Thursday 6th April, for details tel. 0751 107 6249
Thu 30th 7.30pm Parwich & District Horticulural Society
Derbyshire Delights
illustrated talk on National Garden Scheme in Derbyshire
Memorial Hall
Fri 31st last day of the 102 Ashbourne bus service replaced with trial booking service,
see Derbyshire Connect Pilot Project
to book dial 01335 342951 between 8am and 5pm Monday to Friday. Alternatively, email bookings@derbyshireconnect.org.uk but this will require a minimum of 24 hours notice.
Fri 31st 5.30pm Children’s Friday Football
meet at the Cricket Pavillion
Parson’s Croft
Fri 31st draw at
8.45pm
‘Open the Safe’
continues Fridays until won
Legion

April 2017

Date Time Event Location
Sat 1st tbc Disco Night
with DJ Funky Gibbon
and also DJ Curl Tongue
Legion
Sun 2nd No services
this week
Alsop & Parwich Churches

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

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We will be updating the Parwich.org Diary page this weekend, so if you have any Alsop, Ballidon, Parwich or Pikehall events (April and May) that you want to go in the Diary in time to be included in the Peak Five Churches Magazine’s April issue, please send them in by tomorrow, Saturday 25th of March.

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

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Book by Friday 31st March
Lunch 17 Apr (2)

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Easter £1 Bus Fares for Children

Over the school Easter holidays (10th -22nd April) there will be a special low price for children traveling on the Derbyshire Connect bus service of £1 return compared to the normal fare of £2.40.

More info & how to book Derbyshire Connect Service

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Duck Race 2017

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In the News…….

75 Years Ago – 7 March 1942 Derby Daily Telegraph

1942 7 Mar Fr Wroght accordian

125 Years Ago – 2 March 1892 Derby Mercury

1892 2 Mar DM Beresford Twigge cottage dispute

This seems to be a family wrangle. The defendant is named in other reports as James Beresford. The cottage in dispute in which Joseph Beresford, his wife and children were living was Orchard View. Joseph’s wife was Louisa Twigge. Louisa’s aunt was Hannah Calladine (nee Twigge). (more…)

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Mothering Sunday Service

M Sunday

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Derbyshire Delights

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…Two Feet Apart

Time is moving a pace and signs of Spring are eveywhere. Our winter visitors have departed and the regular summer residents are becoming more noticable.

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When I saw this visitor during the RSPB Garden Birdwatch he was a drab brown bird but now that brown cover is wearing off to reveal the deep black head

The Great East West Divide

Strolling round the village this week I’ve been struck by the apparent differences in plants. Whilst the West End excells as the centre of culture and entertainment (  cinema, theatre, indoor sports arena and gymnasium, live music venues, disco, social club to name just a few) it is a veritable barren wasteland compared to the East End when it comes to the flora. Take a look at these samples from the East End and compare those found here in the grounds of Haughty Towers.

The contrast in the Ornamental Currant (Ribes) is quite striking with our specimen looking several weeks behind.

It shows how position, even in a small area like Parwich can make a huge sifference to how a garden performs.

For Plant of the Month, Project, Any Answers and Garden Jobs  (more…)

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