Archive for the ‘Local Links’ Category

We were chuffed to see that the mighty Derby Telegraph picked up on our igloo-building story from last week. Click on this link to see the story online.

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Courtesy of the Tom’s Barn blog, here’s a handy guide for thirsty walkers in search of a pint at The Gate, presented by Marion F-S.

Please click here to read the original post.

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Now in its 7th year, Y Not is a festival whose annual growth is perpetual. Like a fine wine, it matures with age, and Y Not is now indelibly marked on the summer festival calendar; it’s no longer the tiny gathering in the Peak District that it once was.

The Nottingham Post have published an excellent – and very detailed – review of last weekend’s Y-Not festival. Click here to read it.

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Our thanks to the @ashbournepeople Twitter account, for alerting us to their photo galleries of this year’s PP5 race.

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Avril B writes:

Earlier today, 2.15pm to be precise, Parwich featured on the BBC1 programme ‘Escape to the Country’ when it came to look at Fernlea House for sale, and there were shots of the village, too.

If you want to see the programme, it should be on BBC iPlayer for the next few days.

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Alsop resident Natasha Astara is a qualified acupuncturist, with over six years of experience and practice, including traditional Chinese medicine and Five Element.

You can contact Natasha on 01335 390705 / 07816 601782 or via tashspirit@hotmail.com. Her website is here.

Details have also been added to our directory of local businesses and services.

Reminder: If you are a resident of our area, we can add details of your own independent local business or service to our directory – and if you have a website, we can also link to it from the LOCAL BUSINESSES section on the right hand column of the blog. These services are provided to you free of charge.

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The Parwich race gets a big thumbs up. This would make an ideal first fell race.

Daz H, who finished in second place at the Parwich Panoramic Five, has written a most appreciative blog post about the event.

Please click here to read it.

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