Current issue – 12th October 2015
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The Peak Advertiser Issue No. 21 – 12th October 2015
RIOJA OFFERS at John Hattersley Wines, Bakewell – see page 1
2-for-1 offers on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at the Bulls Head, Foolow – see page 1
Upto 50% OFF Gallery Kitchens at Midco, Bakewell – see page 2
£50 for your old spectacles upon purchasing a new pair at The Eye Place, Bakewell – see page 3
£50 CASHBACK DEAL on certain Bosch washing machines at C. Farmer Ltd, Matlock – see page 5
20% OFF ENERGY EFFICIENT WINDOWS at Polar windows, Chesterfield – see page 5
FREE CDA integrated dishwasher when purchasing certain other CDA appliances at Kitchen Lifestyle, Matlock – see page 9
AUTUMN OFFERS at Torne Valley, Bakewell – see page 10
SAVE OVER £100 on selected guitars at Matlock Music Shop, Matlock – see page 11
20% OFF soffits and facias at Polar windows, Chesterfield – see page 13
4 COURSE MEAL FOR £11.95 on Wednesdays at Moja Bangladeshi & Indian Restaurant, Matlock – see page 14
10% OFF EVERYTHING at Authentic Furniture, Rowsley – see page 15
FREE BEDROOM CARPET when you purchase selected beds & mattresses at Floor Depot, Chesterfield – see page 17
MONEY OFF VOUCHERS and free local delivery at Bakewell Pet Supplies ‘Pet Nutrition Day’ on Saturday 24th & Sunday 25th October – see page 18
TOYOTA USED CAR EVENT at Gordon Lamb, Chesterfield, 10th-18th October – see page 19
End of Season LAWNMOWER SALE at Platts Harris, Darley Dale – see page 20
2 MEALS FOR £10 at The Derwentwater Arms, Calver – see page 23
2 COURSE SPECIAL LUNCH for £8.95 at The Queen Anne Inn, Great Hucklow – see page 23
HALLOWEEN CURRY & DISCO at The Shoulder of Mutton, Bradwell – see page 23
MIDWEEK OFFER 3 courses for £10 at The Grouse & Claret, Rowsley – see page 23
SENIOR CITIZEN LUNCH OFFERS at The Crispin Inn, Great Longstone – see page 23
BUY ANY 4 TAPAS and receive free olives and bread with dips at Because I Like It, Bakewell ON PRODUCTION OF THE ADVERT ON PAGE 23
20% OFF ALL AUTUMN BOOTS & SHOES at Geisha, Matlock – see page 24
10% OFF ALL FOOD at Losehill House Hotel, Hope on presentation of the advert on page 52
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GOLD FOR BAKEWELL
Bakewell in Bloom is delighted to announce that this year we achieved the coveted GOLD standard in the Britain in Bloom regional competitions.
The judging took place in July, the tour beginning at the Medway Centre, followed by the Infants School, where the judges admired the wonderful outdoor learning space. We then travelled by community bus to visit further sites, including Monyash Road Allotments, followed by a walk around the town, finishing at the Town Hall.
The judges commented on the strength of partnership working in Bakewell, including, for example, how Bakewell in Bloom has worked successfully with Derbyshire Dales District Council, Bakewell Town Council, The Peak District National Park Authority, the Haddon Estate and many others to improve and enhance the quality of the environment. They were delighted to see the on-going restoration of Riverside Gardens including sculpture; Bath Gardens; planted troughs and containers; hanging baskets; and the allotments. They were also impressed by the general cleanliness of the town.
We wish to extend a huge THANK YOU to all who have supported the work of Bakewell in Bloom. Particular thanks go to Derbyshire Dales District Council Green and Clean team for green-space maintenance and planting, and for keeping the streets, seats and bins clean. Thank you also to the Town Council for their support for new initiatives, the shops for displaying our logo and for taking part in the various shop-window special displays, the pubs and various businesses who have contributed this year and in the past. We appreciate the work of the Peak Park Authority and landowners responsible for conservation of the surrounding countryside, woodlands and river.
This summer, Bakewell in Bloom has awarded certificates for local competitions to the following businesses:
Best Business Premises: ‘Lace’, for delightful planting over the years.
Best Outdoor Pub Area: ‘The Queens Arms’ for an attractive, clean, well planted space.
Best Shop Window Display: ‘Bird Song’ and ‘Elliott Rose Apothecary’ for again creating delightful, on-theme displays.
Thank you to all businesses who took part.
At the regional competitions, Bakewell in Bloom also received a special Judge’s Award for Bakewell Gardening Association’s Monyash Road Allotments, giving particular recognition to the on-going site development and the community involvement.
Bakewell in Bloom next meeting takes place October 21st. If you would like to get involved please do contact us. email@example.com 01629 810183 or 01629 815123.
FREE FIRST AID TRAINING FOR FARMING FAMILIES
The Farming Life Centre, in conjunction with British Red Cross, is hosting a First Aid Training Session for farmers and their families on Monday 26 October from 6-9 pm.
The Centre’s Farm Business Development Officer, Jonathan Charlesworth said: “There’s a lot in the news nowadays about how dangerous farming can be. We’re often working alone with hazardous machinery, chemicals and livestock, which makes us vulnerable, particularly if something goes wrong and help is not nearby.”
Family members including children can be exposed to risks. In the last ten years, almost one person a week has been killed as a direct result of agricultural work. Many more have been seriously injured or made ill by their work.
The training session is free of charge and will be held at The Farming Life Centre, Blackwell Hall Farm, Blackwell, Buxton. It will cover risk minimisation along with a practical first aid.
To book a place contact The Farming Life Centre on 01298 85162 or call Jonathan Charlesworth on 07410 550616 / email firstname.lastname@example.org. More information is available on the Centre’s website: www.thefarminglifecentre.org.uk, Facebook page and on Twitter @FarmingLC.
MATLOCK ROTARY CLUB
RAISE £3800 FOR ‘BREAST CANCER NOW’
Matlock Rotary Club raised more than £3,800 at their Annual Charity Golf Day on Friday 4th September 2015 for ‘Breast Cancer NOW’.
One hundred and fifty-two golfers, in thirty-eight teams, many dressed in pink, entered this annual competition, held for the fifteenth time at Matlock Golf Club.
The winning team was ‘The BAND’ a team comprising of Bill Connolly, Alan Whatley, Neil Ratcliffe and Damian Doras with an aggregate score of 86 points, who received First Prize and the Millenium Trophy from Matlock Rotary Club’s President Peter Kidd.
Runners-up were Tom Hamson, Sam Smith and Alex Watson from Horsley Lodge along with Macauley Sutcliffe from Alfreton with an aggregate score of 85 points.
Third were Pearl Dunn, Mick Ferguson, Gill Ferguson and Paul Edwards, from Matlock, with 84 points and fourth was Mike Walton’s team with Alex Campbell, Dave Harrison and Spencer Tallis with 83 points.
The ‘Mixed Team prize’ was won by the Heights of Abraham sponsored team of Roger Hardy, Tony Cox, Cathy Hollyer and Jane Whyatt with a score of 82 points.
The ‘nearest the pin’ prizes were won by Geoff Leivers (4th), Bill Connolly (10th), Alex Campbell (15th) and the ‘nearest the pin’ second shot on the 18th was won by Alan Whatley.
During the prize presentation John Shipman, Matlock Rotary Club Golf Day Organiser, thanked Matlock Golf Club for the use of their splendid golf course and facilities and all their staff for their considerable help in ensuring a successful day.
In addition, on behalf of the Rotary Club of Matlock, he thanked all individuals, businesses and Rotarians who took part, sponsored, provided prizes and assisted and provided cakes on this very successful day.
Next year’s Charity Golf Day will be held on Friday 2nd September 2016 in aid of Skin Cancer when all competitors will be asked to help make this an ‘Orange Day’ to emphasise the dangers of too much sun!
MY FAVOURITE WALKS - Hardwick
by Sally Mosley
Continuing her run of walks around the far reaches of the Peak District, Sally set off for Hardwick Hall, ’more glass than wall’, the majestic hilltop home created by Bess of Hardwick to show off her wealth and power after abandoning Chatsworth to escape from her fourth husband George Talbot, 6th Earl of Shrewsbury and a relationship that had turned sour to the point of vitriolic.
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