Ten and counting
Apr24

Ten and counting

Torrs Hydro is set to celebrate 10 years of community-owned renewable energy generation in New Mills next Saturday, 28th April 2018, with its Annual General Meeting and Presentation followed by an Open Day for anyone interested to attend. This year’s presentation will focus on the growth of interest in community shares as a means of raising capital for community projects. Guest speaker, Alice Wharton, Community Shares Unit Programme...

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New Mills Annual Parish meeting – 30 April at 7:30pm
Apr11

New Mills Annual Parish meeting – 30 April at 7:30pm

This years annual parish meeting take place in New Mills Town Hall at 7:30pm on Monday 30 April Everyone is welcome to attend and it is an ideal opportunity for community groups to report on their previous year and for electors to raise and discuss any issues – the full agenda is listed below           PARISH OF NEW MILLS The ANNUAL PARISH MEETING for the Parish of New Mills will be held on Monday 30th...

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Torrs Hydro – everybodys talking
Apr03

Torrs Hydro – everybodys talking

Lovely article about ‘Archie’ – the interview by ‘everbodys talking’ was with Mary Cohen one of Torrs Hydros Directors. http://www.everybodys-talking.org/node/8872...

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Free Parking
Mar13

Free Parking

Good news on parking for New Mills residents – from May this year residents will be able to park free of charge in New Mills car parks until noon and from 3.00 pm In simple terms parking charges will only apply Monday to Saturday midday to 3.00 pm, which should be a benefit residents and traders. All you need to know about getting or replacing your permit – any questions about how you get a replacement permit or a new...

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Flora and fauna – tough times
Mar05

Flora and fauna – tough times

This time of year is dodgy for our feathered friends. All the berries and seeds they’ve been managing on over the last few months have gone, insects can’t be found and the ground is often frozen. During just one cold night they lose a massive amount of body weight, and you wonder how any survive the winter at all. So for an extended period of extremely cold, snowy and frosty weather like we’re into now it can be curtains for many of...

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