Blue and Green Bins on Wednesday

I believe not food caddy tomorrow to give extra capacity for garden waste. Note no additional garden waste will be taken beyond the usual bin (or 5 bags if you don’t have a bin).

Steamer Chair for Sale

Update – the steamer chair has been rehoused

For sale.
I have a hardwood steamer chair complete with cushion, I have had it quite a long time but has always been stored under cover so is in good condition .
£20 to the memorial hall if you would like it.
It is quite heavy, which is why I want to part with it and get something lighter.
Jill Love 353

If you would like a buttonhole for our ‘Lockdown Wakes Saturday’ this coming Saturday, 27 June, please order by 8pm Thursday. I’ll try to get red roses but please be flexible if they are a different colour this year. The buttonholes will be £3.50 and will be available for collection from outside the Sycamore Inn between 10-11am on Saturday.

Thanks, Delia. 390758 dee.pegg@btinternet.com

Jungle Clearance

The intrepid Phil K has been doing a fantastic job clearing this jungle aka a footpath. Can you tell where it is from these before and after photographs?

 

Parwich Wakes 2020

All you need to know about Wakes this year…….

Any questions just email Lucy at lucywigley@googlemail.com

Lucy M

Wakes Our Memories – Part 1

A short clip of photo memories from Wakes old and new..

If you have any photos of Wakes you want to share for part 2 please take a screenshot of them (so they are a small file size) and email them to lucywigley@googlemail.com or Facebook messenger Lucy Maddocks

Thanks

Lucy M

Church Meets Tomorrow

Church meets tomorrow

We’re gathering between 1730 and 1800 tomorrow to say Evening Prayer together using words from the 1662 Prayer Book and hymns.  Rev Carollyn will be preaching on God’s care for us and sparrows!

  • 1730 bring your own tea/coffee & cake for a chat if you wish
  • 1800 service starts

Contact Rev Carollyn on revcarollyn@peakfive.org or 664132 or Andrew C on andrew@colliefamily.plus.com or 390684 for info on how to join in via computer, tablet and phone (including landline) and accessing the words.

We hope to see and hear you.

Andrew C

Sycamore Wakes Saturday Menu

We have received the following information from Kirsty at the Sycamore…

😍🍺💃Parwich Wakes Day Menu Saturday 27th June 😍🍷💃
Not quite our usual Wakes day but let’s try our best to have a great day.

🍰Afternoon tea box £9

🥗Ploughman’s lunch box £9

🥩Roast topside off Beef Yorkshire pudding roast potatoes creamy mash and seasonal vegetables
Cauliflower cheese £8.50

🍗Roast Turkey breast ,pigs in Blankets roast potatoes, Stuffing creamy mash seasonal vegetables and cauliflower cheese £9

Collection will be between 10am and 3pm.

For this day we will need all pre-orders by Thursday night, no last minute orders will be taken

So please get yourselves organised and get your orders to us by phone or message us on Facebook.

Thanks Kirsty and Jane

Oil Price Going Up

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Update for Bradbourne & Parwich Heating Oil Club

Oil prices rise to a three month high on news that OPEC+ agree to extend production cuts. Delivery times are currently 5 to 10 working days.

NOTE Due to Covid-19 some suppliers are no longer leaving delivery dockets (PODs) at the time of delivery, they will be sending them via post after delivery instead. Due to current delays with the postal service in some areas, please allow a week or so for them to arrive.

Rate:  £0.2710 (pence per litre excluding vat [5% for Domestic use])

For full details  Continue Reading »

Parwich Wakes Ice Cream

As I can’t practically attend with my bike full of yummy ice cream I thought I’d deliver to your doors instead. I will be delivering on the morning of Saturday 27th June, orders in by 6pm Thursday 25th June so you can still enjoy some yummy ice cream on Wakes Saturday.

Orders only via Facebook private message to JO BURROWS or the ice cream page COLDEATON JERSEY ICE CREAM or Jo’s mobile number to text 07792283438.

Deliveries are none contact, I will let you know an approx delivery time slot. I will leave the ice cream on the door step or agreed safe place.
I will knock on the door before leaving. I will need to know your address and any directions if difficult to find.

Payment is correct cash in a sealed named envelope on delivery (no change available) or bacs beforehand please.

Flavours/sizes:  

Just Jersey Gold -Plain
Strawberry Dream
Chocolate Indulgence
Mint Choc Chip
Raspberry Ripple
Caramel Fudge Swirl
Honeycomb
Chocolate Orange
Lemon Meringue
White Choc & Rasp Marble
Gingerbread
Salted Caramel
Strawberry Sorbetto – only 480ml (limited numbers)

Prices:
480ml tubs £5 or
(Current special offer, 3 for £13.50, 6 for £26)
2litre tub £15
4.5litre tub £30

Thank you
Jo B, Coldeaton Jersey Ice Cream

Found – child’s hat

A Mountain Warehouse kid’s hat was recently found on Tissington Trail. It’s blue with red aeroplanes on it.

If it’s yours please contact Lucy on 112.

Parwich Wakes Programme

Parwich Wakes Hill Race 20

Grey Bin Wednesday

…and Food Caddy

Parwich Wakes Treasure Hunt

All of the District Council’s political groups have signed up to a joint statement calling on central government to ensure that the needs of local communities are fully considered as coronavirus lockdown eases.

The statement – issued by the leaders of the Conservative, Green, Labour and Liberal Democrat groups – calls on Secretary of State Robert Jenrick to review all strategies and regulations “to make sure that our communities are protected from uncontrolled excess visitor numbers that could contribute to a second wave of the virus”.

Read the full statement >>

Parwich Primary School: Update

Curtain Makers Wanted

Does anyone in Parwich make curtains?

We have a lot of curtains from our previous house that will need remaking.
Toby and Catherine
8 Chestnut Cottages. 07786 696772.

Mushroom ID?

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Growing behind the Legion.

Dryad’s Saddle?

As I can’t practically attend with my bike full of yummy ice cream I thought I’d deliver to your doors instead. I will be delivering on the morning of Saturday 27th June, orders in by 6pm Thursday 25th June so you can still enjoy some yummy ice cream on Wakes Saturday.

Orders only via Facebook private message to JO BURROWS or the ice cream page COLDEATON JERSEY ICE CREAM or Jo’s mobile number to text 07792283438.

Deliveries are none contact, I will let you know an approx delivery time slot. I will leave the ice cream on the door step or agreed safe place.
I will knock on the door before leaving. I will need to know your address and any directions if difficult to find.

Payment is correct cash in a sealed named envelope on delivery (no change available) or bacs beforehand please.

Flavours/sizes:

Just Jersey Gold -Plain
Strawberry Dream
Chocolate Indulgence
Mint Choc Chip
Raspberry Ripple
Caramel Fudge Swirl
Honeycomb
Chocolate Orange
Lemon Meringue
White Choc & Rasp Marble
Gingerbread
Salted Caramel
Strawberry Sorbetto – only 480ml (limited numbers)

Prices:
480ml tubs £5 or
(Current special offer, 3 for £13.50, 6 for £26)
2litre tub £15
4.5litre tub £30

Thank you
Jo B, Coldeaton Jersey Ice Cream

Wooden Chair Free for Collection

Free to anyone able to collect from Parwich Lees Cottage.  Used chair with a few knocks and scrapes – no longer used.  Contact Keeley via e-mail keeley.bell@talk21.com

Update: This has now been taken

Oil Price Steady

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Update for Bradbourne & Parwich Heating Oil Club

Oil prices have stabilised this week with Brent crude falling back just below $40 a barrel. Delivery times are currently 5 to 10 working days.

NOTE Due to Covid-19 some suppliers are no longer leaving delivery dockets (PODs) at the time of delivery, they will be sending them via post after delivery instead. Due to current delays with the postal service in some areas, please allow a week or so for them to arrive.

Rate:  £0.2660 (pence per litre excluding vat [5% for Domestic use])

For full details  Continue Reading »

Parish Council Meeting Agenda

The next meeting of Parwich Parish Council will be held on Wednesday the 17th June 2020 at 7:30 pm.

The meeting will be preceded at 7:00 by a presentation on Planning. (PROVISIONAL).

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak legislation has been enacted to allow Parish Councils to conduct meetings using video conferencing while it is not possible to meet in person.

The presentation and meeting will be conducted using Zoom. The agenda contains login details that can be used by members of the public to join the meeting. You will need to paste the link into your browser.

There is also a telephone number which will enable you to listen to the meeting and speak when permitted.

If you have not used Zoom before you are strongly advised to download their app in advance. This will enable you set it up on your device and familiarise yourself with its operation.

The agenda is here.

 

The District Council’s 10 public toilets will reopen from 22 June on a restricted-hours trial basis between the hours of 11am and 3pm, ensuring the facilities can be operated and cleaned safely during the continuing coronavirus crisis. During this time they will be cleaned by council staff on three occasions and the situation will be reviewed after a two-week trial.

Bakewell stallmarket will also reopen on 22 June, with a maximum of 90 stalls and a new social distancing configuration including a one-way configuration for shoppers. The market’s opening hours will be reduced from 9.30am to 2pm while the coronavirus crisis continues.

Church Meets on Sunday

On Sunday people from Parwich and other local villages come together on Zoom to consider our Spiritual Communion – our relationship with God – while we can’t be in our churches and receiving bread & wine. The service will include traditional hymns played live by our resident pianist. The words are distributed in advance and displayed on screen so that you can sing along but without anyone else hearing you!

The congregation will be gathering between 1730 and 1800:

  • 1730 bring your own tea/coffee & cake for a chat if you wish
  • 1800 service starts

Contact Rev Carollyn on revcarollyn@peakfive.org or 664132 or Andrew C on andrew@colliefamily.plus.com or 390684 for info on how to join in via computer, tablet and phone (including landline) and access the words.

All welcome.

PDHS Poster Competition

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Pikehall Road Closure

Proposed road closure for Backhill Lane, Highway Lane Parwich from 6th to 10th July, 2 kilometres south of Pikehall Lane for BT Fibre installation

You can view the order on this link https://one.network/?tm=117370376

With garden centres struggling to supply enough bedding plants, why not choose something from outside Rookery House?

There are now chili seedlings, cosmos and rudbeckia for sale, plus the last few tomato plants. Give a plant a home, make a donation and ease our watering regime!
Thanks to those who have supplied their spare plants for sale.
SueH

Sheep on Road

At 11:30, there were a small number of sheep on the road, coming out of the village, between the triangle (Highway Lane) and the Wigley’s house.

Jane B

Blue and Green Bins on Wednesday

I believe not food caddy tomorrow to give extra capacity for garden waste. Note no additional garden waste will be taken beyond the usual bin (or 5 bags if you don’t have a bin).

Parish Council Meetings

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Tennis Court Cleaning

In order for the surface of the tennis courts to be cleaned they will be closed on Thursday 11th June.

 

Oil Price Creeping Up

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Update for Bradbourne & Parwich Heating Oil Club

Brent crude passes $42 a barrel this week, up $7 from last week, as global demand picks up and productions cuts start to take effect. Delivery times are currently 5 to 10 working days.

NOTE Due to Covid-19 some suppliers are no longer leaving delivery dockets (PODs) at the time of delivery, they will be sending them via post after delivery instead. Due to current delays with the postal service in some areas, please allow a week or so for them to arrive.

Rate:  £0.2595 (pence per litre excluding vat [5% for Domestic use])

For full details  Continue Reading »

Lucy M

National Park Authority confirms barbecues are not permitted anywhere in the open countryside of the Peak District National Park

Following a spate of damaging recent fires, the Peak District National Park has come together with its partners to announce that barbecues and open fires are not permitted anywhere in open countryside throughout the Peak District.

As landowner permission is required to light or tend a fire, the Authority has said that all major land owners and key landowner representatives within the Peak District have this week confirmed they do not give their permission and so barbecues and open fires are not allowed. The announcement follows a call from the National Park Authority on Monday 1 June for retailers across the region to voluntarily remove disposable barbecues from retail sale.

A record-breaking spring of prolonged sunshine, hot and dry weather and regular winds has created a perfect storm of conditions for fires in the open landscape. Within the last week, major blazes have taken place at Bamford Edge, Dovestone and Swineshaw. All are believed to have started from discarded or unattended barbecues.

Teams from the fire and rescue services, national park rangers, the Peak District Moorland Group, farmers and gamekeepers, water companies and conservation charities have all been involved in both  tackling the fires and speaking with the public having barbecues.

Major landowners – including the National Park Authority – have now come together to highlight the dangers of open fires in the landscape and leave the public in no doubt that items such as barbecues may not be used on access land or on footpaths in the Peak District:

  • Chatsworth Estate
  • Derbyshire Dales District Council
  • Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service
  • Fitzwilliam Wentworth Estate
  • Haddon Estate
  • High Peak Borough Council
  • Moorland Association
  • Moors for the Future Partnership
  • National Farmers Union
  • National Trust
  • North East Derbyshire District Council
  • Okeover Estate
  • Peak District National Park Authority
  • Peak District Moorland Group
  • RSPB
  • Staffordshire Wildlife Trust
  • Tissington Estate
  • United Utilities
  • Yorkshire Water

Parwich Wakes 2020

As you can all imagine Parwich Wakes is going to look a little different this year but we still wanted to mark the occasion before we are back with a bang in 2021. Therefore the Parwich Carnival and Recreation Committee have put together a small programme of events for the Wakes Saturday and activities for you to take part in at your leisure throughout the week. We are working closely with the Sycamore, Legion and Odd Fellows so if government rules change and as more things are confirmed we will let you know.

Lucy M

Road Closure

Thanks to John V for bringing the following to our attention:

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Thanks to John V for the photo

Legion Lock-Down Quiz – Week 5

Click here to play: Legion lock-down quiz WEEK 5

The End of Friday Football

It is with regret that James and I have agreed to hang up our boots and bring the children’s Sunday Football to an end.

As most would say these things come in cycles, currently we have an age demographic of some older children who are less interested in playing football and some very young children who haven’t yet found an interest in the wonderful game! Since we changed the football from Friday to a Sunday we have only been getting 3 or 4 children each week and with COVID issues I don’t see it being truly responsible for us to start back anytime soon.

Over the 4 years that we have run the group, we have amassed lot of equipment, line marking equipment line marking paint, hurdles, slalom training poles, lots of new Sondico footballs, dribbling cones, etc, all of this equipment is for the use of villagers and village groups, especially the school (please can someone let them know).

Our fund contained a significant amount of money which has been donated to us by various community groups, we have been very grateful for all of the support you have given us over the years, your money has provided many children with hours of fun and good exercise.

We have returned the money to our donors as follows:

£100 – Horticultural Society

£100 – Parwich Independent Welfare Fund

£207.44 – Parwich United Charities

I would like to thank you for your support, James for his time and effort and most of all the children for their efforts and fun.

Hopefully one day in the future someone else will take on this challenge.

Jason J

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