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A five week evening class covering everything you need to make your own stained glass panel using traditional leadwork technique. The course will cover: • Familiarisation with tools, equipment and materials • Health and safety issues • Glass..
A five week course for people who no previous knowledge of the Italian language and would like to learn the basics for business or pleasure. This 5 week course will be followed by further 5 week blocks, for those who want to progress further. Develop basic skills in understanding, writing and speaking Italian in a friendly and informal environment...
A fun and friendly course for all ages, for those who are beginners to Pilates and wish to develop their skills. This 5 week course will help to develop, posture, increased muscle tone and a better sense of wellbeing and relaxation. It will be followed by further 5 week blocks for those who want to progress further. You will develop: • An awareness of the mind and body. • Increased flexibility of the spine. • Beneficial breathing..
HISTORIC Hassop Hall was the setting for the annual S. Anselm’s School Winter Ball. Parents, staff and friends of the Bakewell independent co-educational boarding and day school attended the popular fundraising evening...
Residents of the High Peak joined Blythe House Hospice in Chapel-en-le-Frith to remember and celebrate the life of someone special at this year’s Light up a Life Festival, which recently took place on the afternoon of Sunday 20th November. The lights were officially switched on by Viv Russell, lime and powders director at Tarmac’s Tunstead site. This year’s festival included a short service by Reverend Richard Mottershead accompanied by performances from Tideswell Male Voice Choir,..
An historic exhibition from the First and Second World Wars organised by Tarmac at Tunstead has generated sales of £480 from prints of archive photographs and donations during the event, with the money raised being shared between the Royal British Legion (Buxton branch) and charity Help for Heroes. Over 700 people attended the exhibition, which was held between 5-13 November at Buxton Methodist church and included historic photographs..
that without siyang a single bad word! Im proud of you! What did you expect? You think the Venus project has so much money they can hang in on their trees? It took the zeitgeist movement to even...
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