Calls to the Derbyshire Police flagged as "cyber-related" have risen from 269 in early 2014 to...
It's not only children who suffer cyberbullying, although they are the most vulnerable group....
Tuesdays, 1:30-3pm: All Sorts Stitch Club at #Hadfield Youth Ctr, Newshaw Ln, SK13 2AT. £1.50
Samba Dance Class, every Wednesday, 7:30pm – 10:00pm
Glossop Labour Club, 11-13 Chapel Street, Glossop, SK13 8AT. Samba Dance classes are open to all ages, men and women. We recommend you wear comfortable clothing. Come and give it a go! More details
Write from the heart. Creative writing in Glossop. Thursdays 10.30-1pm, Bradbury Community House, Market Street, Glossop. More info call Rob Stevens 0129877362
The group offers support and information in a friendly safe and confidential setting for anyone affected by bipolar. Family members, partners, friends and carers are all welcome. Glossop Central Methodist Church Sk13 8AT. Second Monday of very month. 7pm till 9pm.
Lee Willan (32) of Woodlands Close, Glossop appeared at Derby Crown Court charged with wounding with intent to do serious grievous bodily harm and was sentenced to six years. On Saturday, September 5 police were called to reports of a man acting suspiciously on Buxton Market Place. Officers arrived and were confronted with Willan holding a knife. Willan attacked Sergeant Trevor Steed; this resulted in Sergeant Steed requiring hospital treatment for a puncture wound to his arm. Sergeant Steed together with other attending officers detained Willan and arrested him.Read more...
Bryan John Chapman, aged 55, of Spring Street Hollingworth pleaded not guilty but was found guilty of assault by beating of a female in Glossop. He was ordered to be under curfew for 12 weeks, pay £200 compensation, £60 victim surcharge and £400 costs. A restraining order was issued preventing him from contacting his victim.Read more...
James Richard Taggart, aged 31, of Duxbury Street, Bolton, pleaded guilty to stealing five frozen turkeys from Heron Frozen Foods and was given a suspended prison sentence of 4 weeks. The court said Taggart had an extensive record for dishonesty and had travelled to Glossop to commit the offence when he was subject to post sentence supervision. He was also ordered to pay victim surcharge of £80 and costs of £85. No compensation was ordered because the turkeys were recovered.
Joe Rogers, aged 31, of Lennox Road, Sheffield pleaded guilty to driving a BMW at 95mph on the A57 Snake Pass at Laybower. He was fined £291 plus victim surcharge of £29 and disqualified from driving for 90 days.Read more...
Thomas Healey, aged 20, of Werneth Road, Glossop, was sent to a young offenders institution for 20 weeks after pleading guilty to possession of cannabis with intent to supply it. The court said the offence was serious because it was planned and activity in supplying drugs was on a large scale. On arrest the defendant gave false details. He also pleaded guilty to driving a motor vehicle without the owners's consent and without insurance, for which he was disqualified from driving for six months.
A "quite distressed" heifer escaped from Mettrick's abattoir in Glossop and ran through Princess Street, Chunal Hill, Pikes Lane and Slatelands Road, . Police stopped chasing it after it jumped over a wall and headed for the moors.
High Peak Borough and Derbyshire County Councils announced that they would lend an unspecified number of million pounds to the developers of a luxury hotel project at Buxton Crescent.
Glossop was named as a "fare dodging hotspot" by Northern Rail
Nursing home Merseybank House failed to meet all Care Quality Commission standards and closed shortly afterwards.
Visitors to Glossop Cemetery were furious at their treatment by the BBC, who were filming a zombie show there.
Local MP Andrew Bingham controversially voted against a move to ban smoking in cars with children
The owners of Howardtown Mill agreed to fix pavements problems around the Marks and Spencer development at the site that had been described as "hugely dangerous". Eleven months later many of the problems remain unresolved and the site has changed ownership.
Tintwistle Villa suffered the heartache of exiting the Dore Shield after loosing a penalty shoot-out against Bakewell Town
The St Helen's Star newspaper published a sour grapes story after Gamesley defeated Billinge 2-0 in a Cheshire League 1st Division game.
Another biker was killed on the A57 Snake Pass
A girl who left Hadfield and emigrated to the USA died along with her boyfriend and a policeman in Orlando, Florida
The long awaited Local Plan was finally approved, with 1,072 houses proposed for Glossopdale.
Witnesses were sought after another serious crash on the A57 Snake Pass
Damage to Wooley Bridge resulted in long delays for commuters
The local police "Safer Neighbourhood Team" vehicle, which was partly funded by Derbyshire County Council, caught fire and was completely burned out, apparently as the result of an electric fault. The van had been left unattended near Cliffe Road for several days after thefts from allotments.
A tow truck towing a bus caused a major incident in Glossop town centre and destroyed several shop fronts. Almost miraculously there were no serious injuries. The driver and the company he works for are facing charges over the incident.
Peak District National Park Authority were besieged by objections to an application from Aztec Planning in Oldham to demolish the water works buildings next to Glossop Golf Club and create a "Gypsy-Traveller site. The application was subsequently refused.
UKIP got most High Peak votes in European elections, with Labour Conservative, Green and Liberal Democrats in 2-5th place.
There were angry scenes at Charlesworth Parish Council meeting over the proposed gypsy traveller site.
Complaints about smells from Lancashire Chemicals resulted in HPBC using European legislation to force the company to clean up their yeast drying process.
The Glossop Gazette asked all local councils for permission to make video and audio recording of all council meetings in advance of new regulations that require them to do so. A number of local councillors refuse, but only Peak Park and Councillor John Pitchard (Whaley Bridge, Independent) granted the request.
Developers started consultation over their plans to demolish Woods Mill for housing and retail.
Buddy Holly memorabilia was stolen from a house in Glossop
Council action on Japanese knotweed came in for serious criticism in the Glossop Gazette
Fears about traffic chaos were unfounded an folks had fun at Tombstone Junction after Glossop embraced the Tour de France
High Peak and Debyshire County Councils announce a new partnership that promises "Investing in the library at Victoria Hall in Glossop and planning for the transfer of the Town Hall, Market Hall and Municipal Buildings to the community". Few further details are available
Another biker tragedy on the A57 Snake Pass
Police appealed for witnesses after a man was left with very serious injuries in Glossop town centre
HPBC expose land contamination consultant fraudster
Potter blue plaque unveiled in Dinting
A total of seven people were charged after August's serious assault in Glossop town centre. Trials are ongoing.
Half a million pounds to fix the town hall clock
Glossop PC gets gold in national police judo championships
Glossopdale Community College to be rebuilt on Hadfield site
Police appeal after intruders enter a house on Shirebrook and attack a man with a machete while his family were present
Serious assault outside The Norfolk - witnesses sought
Proposed High Tech Offices for Glossop Waterworks
Witness appeal following another assault on Glossop street
HPBC claim the "chimney is coming down". But is it?
Government announce plans to build a Glossop spur road linking Woolley Bridge Road with Mottram.
Makeup. An ex girlfriend who spent inordinate amounts of time putting on makeup was the inspiration for this two-faced work.