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Parwich Welcomes Evacuee

Jo (Joshua) Potter and his wife are staying in Parwich this week.  He is a former evacuee who came here from Manchester when he was 7 in 1939. He and his younger brother were billetted with the Websters at Blanche Meadow Farm for some six years.

Catering 4 Parwich and Parwich Local History Society hosted a tea party this afternoon for people who attended Parwich School during WW2 to meet them and share memories.  Despite several people being away the fifteen able to come had a very enjoyable time.

Peter T

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London-Surrey Bike Ride

“We completed the London-Surrey Ride 100 last Sunday – here we are at the finish. Thank you to everyone for your kind donations to the Motor Neurone Disease Association. Thinking of this good cause certainly helped us through those eight rainy hours!
Roberto and Catherine Buntingo

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I’m doing a memory walk on the 15/16/and 17 of August to raise funds for Alzheimer’s Society I will be walking in Minning low trails and Tissington trail during the 3 days anyone who’s interested on this cause is welcome to join me for a long or shorter distance on any of the 3 days.If is not possible to join me I would really appreciate a donation on “JustGiving.com”through my Facebook page  or by donating at the legion or the Sycamore hope to hear from you and thank you for your time

Dana Amadio,2 smithy close.

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100 Mile Ride

Hello, as I’m sure you know I’m quite a cycling addict, yes, a proper MAMIL (Middle Aged Man in Lycra). One of the biggest events for cyclists in this country is the Prudential Ride London 100, which is, yes you guessed it, a 100 mile ride around London and Surrey; well I’ve entered this event, the cyclists version of doing a marathon……

Now the ask – recently a very dear friend of mine has passed away due to Motor Neurone Disease.   I want to do something; so I’m doing the above ride on behalf of the MND Association.  I hope to raise loads of funds to help with their work in helping patients, and research into finding a cure for this horrid disease.
So a big please – please be generous, help me to help this worthy cause.

Finally, I am standing all my costs, and have started the ball rolling with £100 donation myself.  If you would like to make a donation, my daughter and I have set up a Just Giving page.   https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/robertandcatherine
Big love to you all, thanks for reading this.
Robert aka Buntingo
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Congratulations!

To Adam Shaw and Laura Mosley who were married today at St Peter’s Church, Parwich

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Dr Williams’ Memoir

Copies of the Dr Williams Memoir mentioned on this site on 19 April can be obtained locally from Saskia Tallis at The Croft, Creamery Lane, tel. 440. Dr Williams was one of the GPs based at Hartington from the mid-1950s until the mid-1980s. He has recorded a variety of early memories from his time in the area, which the Hartington History Group has re-produced in pamphlet form for sale at £1, with the proceeds going to Hartington Community Group funds.

It can also be purchased at the Hartington History Day event in the Village Hall this coming Saturday, May 5 from 1100 to 1600, which is primarily focused on Alan Salt’s exhibition of of cheese-making [see www.hartingtonvillage.com/hartington-history-day-5th-may-2018 for further details].

Richard G, Hartington History Group

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Mavis Writes Again

The book is available from Mavis at Springfields for £4.99

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