The Government has announced £4.6 billion in new lockdown grants.The measures include: -A one-off top-up grants for retail, hospitality and leisure businesses worth up to £9,000 per property to help businesses through to the Spring-£594 million discretionary funds also made available to support other impacted businesses- comes in addition to £1.1 billion further discretionary grant […]
Today is #999day or Emergency Services day – a day to celebrate and thank the people who work and volunteer in the emergency services. More than 2 million people work and volunteer in the emergency services today, including 250,000 first responders. They work in a range of roles – from answering emergency calls to dealing […]
Today would normally have seen flag-raising ceremonies take place in Glossop and Buxton to both high light and commemorate Merchant Navy Day. Alas due to Covid, we’ve not held the ceremonies today, but we are still displaying the flag and highlighting that today is Merchant Navy Day and as we still have the same Mayor […]
Slightly later than normal – Its that time of year again, for a short note to highlight the passing of 15 years, since the start of this blog. This annual (usually) August post flags up that due to the nature of the topics covered, this blog is sometimes not the most interesting of blogs. However, […]
After a break due to Covid, tomorrow sees the last Saturday of the month and a return to our Glossopdale Councillors Shoppers Surgery. The surgery runs from 10 am until 11.30 am in the Glossop Market Arcade, and will feature a socially distanced selection of the below: Bob Mckeown (who represents Hadfield South Ward) Graham […]
* Update 4/9/20 – From posts first seen on the GLOSSOP 394 / 341 / 236 BUS ROUTE group – the new 236 has stopped running. This has been advised as due to financial problems with the parent company (GB Group). I’ll advise any additional updates as and when received. This is the first of 3 […]
On Friday afternoon a gathering took place on the square at Winster Mews, so folks could say a fond farewell to PCSO Anne Gribbon. After working for Derbyshire Police for 23 years, the last 8 of which working as a Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) covering beats across New Mills/Hayfield, and Gamesley, Charlesworth and Chisworth, […]
On Monday 15th June 2020, in addition to the requirement to wear a mask when using public transport, there are changes to local services as well.
For locals on Gamesley, the main change is that the 341 Glossop, Gamesley to Hyde service will return to its pre-Covid-19 timetable.