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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 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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For those who aren’t watching the Commonwealth games it is fun watching the blue dot that is Rannoch moving across the sand…. Nia

Click here for the link to follow Rannock  

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Mary Rawlins

Judith, John and all the family wish to thank everyone who attended Mary’s funeral service, for all the cards and kind messages of sympathy received during their recent sad loss.

Also thank you for the generous donations received amounting to £1200, which has been split between The British Heart Foundation UK and Dovedale Friends of Cancer Research UK.

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Thank You

Paul and Karen would like to thank everyone who came to our Ruby Wedding party and for all our lovely presents and cards

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Mary Rawlins

Mary passed away unexpectedly at the Derby City Royal Hospital on 13th January 2018. Her funeral will take place at St Peter’s Church on Friday 2nd February at 1.15 pm prior to cremation at Markeaton Crematorium. Her family invites people to join then at the Sycamore afterwards.

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