New Mills Indoor Market
Nov17

New Mills Indoor Market

There is a lot more to New Mills indoor market than you  think..   Julies Pet Stall -Supplying all your pet needs. A friendly approach and smile come as second nature. Brendas Cards -Great value cards for all occasions along with helium balloons, banners, gift bags and wrap along with Birthday gifts, party accessories and invites all delivered with a great personal service. Montys – Mens and Ladies high street fashion at...

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Rethinking plastic in New Mills
Nov15

Rethinking plastic in New Mills

Every year approximately 8 million tons of plastic waste finds its way into our oceans, where it wreaks havoc on our wildlife, and then finds its way into the human food chain. Rethink Plastic New Mills, a campaign by Transition New Mills, aims to boost awareness of the problem encourage New Mills residents to use alternatives to single use plastic, and increase recycling. The campaign launched in October, when Transition members and...

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The Old Workshop – Torr Vale Mill
Oct15

The Old Workshop – Torr Vale Mill

The Old Workshop is one of three superbly located cottages in converted outbuildings of the Grade II* listed, Torr Vale Mill on the leafy banks of the River Goyt. The cottage retains the original 18th century stone walls and, looking up, you’ll spot the workshop’s original drivebelt wheels amid the roof beams- a wonderful reminder of the building’s fascinating industrial past. Sleeping 7, it features three spacious bedrooms, one of...

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New Mills Christmas Lights Switch On – 25 November
Oct02

New Mills Christmas Lights Switch On – 25 November

This years Christmas Lights Switch On starts at 5pm on 25 November when the town fills with festive fun – with live music, food and dance alongside fairground and market stalls.   Find out what acts are playing and what food and drink will be hear this year on this...

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Flora and fauna – Admiral
Sep30

Flora and fauna – Admiral

I arrived home the other afternoon to be met with a mass of insect life on the flowers of the ivy (the best thing you can plant for wildlife), but by far the most eye-catching were the red admirals. Its life history is interesting…in May and June it migrates north to us from northern Africa and southern Europe, then mates, laying eggs on nettles where the caterpillars feed until pupation. The chrysalis hatches in mid to late summer,...

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