Panto is back at New Mills Art Theatre
Jul21

Panto is back at New Mills Art Theatre

Oh no it isn’t, Oh Yes It Is! – The Friends of New Mills Art Theatre are so pleased to be able to announce their next pantomime is Cinderella – probably the best panto story of all time.  After the production was sadly postponed last year, they have chosen the classic Cinderella story, script by Alan P Frayn, that is packed with all the wonderful panto characters, jokes and slapstick business, putting pantomime back where it belongs –...

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Have your Say about Plastic Use.
Jul18

Have your Say about Plastic Use.

Visit New Mills has been approached by Sijie Lin, a masters student at Manchester University, to spread the word about a survey they’re conducting into plastic use. Here’s what she said: ‘Hello!! We are master students from the University of Manchester, and we would like to introduce a business project from the marketing program. We are working on a project for analyzing consumers’ behaviour of plastic packages...

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NMVC Engagement Worker Vacancy
Jul08

NMVC Engagement Worker Vacancy

Here’s an exciting opportunity to be part of the physical activity and wellbeing movement in New Mills. This new role is part of a project which aims to understand local needs, build people’s confidence and to highlight the benefits of moving more for an individual’s overall health and wellbeing. The Engagement Worker will be joining the friendly New Mills Volunteer Centre team and will be key to working with various...

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New Mills Craft Market 10th July
Jul02

New Mills Craft Market 10th July

Hosted by Amber Pixie Crafts, New Mills Craft Market will be held on Saturday 10th July between 10am-4pm at St. George’s Parish Hall, New Mills, SK22 4NP.It will be the first Craft Market of the year to run in New Mills, and will hopefully be a regular event that will take place on the first Saturday of each month following the first event in July.Lucy Godden-Payne is the business owner of Amber Pixie Crafts, and the event...

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High Peak Cider Has a Plan!
Jun20

High Peak Cider Has a Plan!

High Peak Cider, based at Furness Vale Business Centre, is a small project that collect apples and pears from the High Peak and the surrounding area, to produce juice and cider. Here’s what they have to say: “Our plan” is to build hyper-local, regenerative food and drink projects that use local resources, engage with the community, and look to educate & inspire others. In the Autumn, we invite growers of apples and pears...

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