Community Pantry coming soon to New Mills
Oct27

Community Pantry coming soon to New Mills

Opening soon – ‘New Mills Community Pantry’ which will be based inside the Indoor Market Hall in the centre of New Mills and run by The New Mills Youth and Community Project.No strict criteria, no referrals etc – the Community Pantry will be open to ALL residents.This project is being delivered to provide residents with an accessible and affordable option as well as being an environmentally friendly incentive.£5.00 per...

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Autumn Term courses on offer at New Mills Adult Community Education
Oct27

Autumn Term courses on offer at New Mills Adult Community Education

Here’s a list of courses due to start this...

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Co-op Local Community Fund Success
Oct27

Co-op Local Community Fund Success

We are absolutely delighted to announce that Visit New Mills has been chosen by the Co-op to benefit from their community fund with immediate effect for the next 12 months. This means that every time you shop at the Co-op in New Mills on Church Road, and swipe your membership card, the Co-op sends us a much needed donation. Anyone with a Co-op membership can nominate Visit New Mills as their chosen cause by signing up or logging in...

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New Mills Fashion Week
Oct03

New Mills Fashion Week

Every Evening from 8pm Monday 12 – Friday 16 October Five free online events exploring the themes of fast fashion and clothes, bookable on Facebook at New Mills Fashion Week or email newmillsfashionweek@gmail.com  Monday kicks off with an illustrated talk – 100 Years of buying clothes. Tuesday there’s How Fashion Feels, an interactive session looking at how fashion influences the way we feel about ourselves and our bodies....

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London marathon – 4 October – 10am
Sep29

London marathon – 4 October – 10am

London Marathon – 4 October – 10am One of the highlights of the running calendar and originally scheduled for April, the 2020 London Marathon will take place next weekend on the 4th of October on a closed circuit around St. James’s park in London. With no possibility of a mass participation event this year, both men’s and women’s races will be limited to just 50 athletes each, with respective marathon world record holder’s...

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New Mills’ Lockdown ‘rock snake’, Charles, is finally cemented into place.
Sep21

New Mills’ Lockdown ‘rock snake’, Charles, is finally cemented into place.

The installation – featuring stones painted with everything from NHS tributes to rainbows, ladybirds and bees – was started in March when lockdown began, by local 6 year old Charlie Wild’s placing the painted head of a snake at the top of the path. However Charlie’s colourful art display quickly grew in size as more and more locals noticed the head he had painted – with signs placed nearby asking others...

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