Hartington Village Hall: 14th March, the occasion of Rob Tenty’s 70th birthday bash with all proceeds to go towards replacing the 46 year old boiler in the Hall. Tickets available from Sue at the Post Office.
In its 2020 Interim Report, the Peak District Bird of Prey Initiative (BOPI) has announced encouraging breeding successes for several raptor species in the moorland areas of the Peak District, thanks to collaboration between landowners, gamekeepers and raptor workers during COVID-19.
Since the government's coronavirus lockdown was lifted in May, traffic-free trails in the Peak District National Park have seen a significant increase on previous years in the numbers of people using them.
Sarah Fowler, chief executive of the Peak District National Park said: “In a year that was already written into the history books by the unusual and unprecedented, no-one in the Peak District expected our skies to be graced by one of Europe’s most magnificent and rarest birds.
Located opposite the War Memorial, Sue has provided since 2007 an invaluable service to the communities of Hartington, Biggin, Sheen, Butterton and many more. Not only a newsagent but also has everything from Compost and Dog Leads to Fresh Bread and Vegetables Read more...
The Village Stores is located in the picturesque Derbyshire village of Hartington, in the heart of the Peak District. We are close to Dovedale and the Manifold Valley and provide goods and services to the local community and visitors to the area alike. As well as stocking general grocery items we also have a range of fresh meat, a deli Read more...
St. Giles is the Church of England Parish Church for Hartington,within the Diocese of Derby. Hartington Church dates back to about 1250 AD and was once one of the largest parishes in England covering some 24,000 acres. During the 19th century several other churches were built to serve nearby communities. Now Hartington Church just serves the immediate village and the Read more...
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