Author: Leon

Pomeroy War Memorial Hall survey.

NEW FOR 2021 – CAN YOU HELP? We have now raised enough for our feasibility study thanks to a generous additional donation from The Bingham Trust, to add to grants from the War Memorials Trust, the Better Derbyshire Dales Fund, Derbyshire County Council Community Leadership Scheme and the Peak District National Park Authority. The architect Read more…

Hartington Village Hall update:

Hartington Village Hall update: we can now confirm, after reviewing government advice and consulting directly with a Sport England officer, that Pilates classes on Wednesdays will continue. We will be making certain changes that will build on the Covid 19 secure measures already in place. Unfortunately, with the other exception of an educational booking, no Read more…

Halloween Pumpkin Hunt

Before COVID-19 entered our world Halloween was something which many of the village children looked forwards to and a number of households in the village have been keen to help them celebrate. The idea of passing items to our children is not possible this year as we try to reduce the spread of the virus Read more…

Hartington Village Hall AGM

Hartington Village Hall: our AGM takes place on Wednesday 14th October at 6.00 p.m. The agenda and Chair’s Report on the past year can be seen at http://hartingtonvillagehall.co.uk/agendas-minutes/ . The Hall is owned by the community and managed by volunteers. While we will be mindful of social distancing, the need for face masks and the Read more…

Rural Social Group Meetup

Hartington Village Hall: on Tuesday 22nd September 2.00 – 3.30 our Rural Social Group will meet. Homemade cakes plus tea and coffee will be available. Social distancing will be maintained and there will be a restriction on mingling (Rule of 6). Face masks will need to be worn apart from when eating and drinking. Despite Read more…

Parish Council News

We are receiving innumerable complaints from members of this community about a whole series of issues so let me try and update you on what we are trying to do to address them. LITTER The scenes this week have been appalling and will get worse as visitor numbers increase and as local businesses increase take Read more…