Carnival fundraiser with Evie Ladin and Keith Terry
May23

Carnival fundraiser with Evie Ladin and Keith Terry

Multi-talented singer, songwriter, clawhammer banjo player and step-dancer Evie Ladin is a truly sensational live performer. She grew up surrounded by traditional folk music in the North Eastern USA. Playing banjo from the age of 8 and clogging since she was just 5, Evie is steeped in Appalachian music and dance, but also brings an urban edge and contemporary vision to her music, both in the Evie Ladin & Keith Terry Duo (&...

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Shop local in New Mills
May20

Shop local in New Mills

New Mills is a perfect place to visit for shopping, there are independent traders and businesses of all kinds across town, including an indoor and outdoor market, selling fresh, seasonal produce year round. Plenty of low food miles, British fruit and vegetables selling fast this week include English strawberries, Cornish new potatoes and English asparagus and free range eggs. You’re supporting the local economy, jobs and family...

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New Members Welcome at New Mills Tennis Club
Apr28

New Members Welcome at New Mills Tennis Club

Anyone for tennis? New Mills Tennis Club is a small but expanding tennis club in the historic town of New Mills. We have three all-weather tarmac courts, team tennis, social tennis plus junior and adult coaching. There are many events and tournaments held throughout the season.  We are looking for new members this season, who may not have played tennis before or for many years. The club is very family friendly and integrates juniors...

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Millenium Walkway Temporary Closure Notices
Apr25

Millenium Walkway Temporary Closure Notices

The Millenium Walkway will be closed temporarily for essential maintenance work by Derbyshire County Council, see notices for full details – they open up to full size for easier reading if you click on...

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A Debt of Honour – The Story of New Mills in The Great War 1914-1916
Apr24

A Debt of Honour – The Story of New Mills in The Great War 1914-1916

Selling fast in New Mills: ‘A Debt of Honour – The Story of New Mills in The Great War 1914-1916’, written by local author Stephen Lewis. “A Debt of Honour is a new book looking at the part played by the people of New Mills in the First World War. This first volume of 534pp covers the years 1914 to 1916. The book looks closely at New Mills men serving in the forces, using letters and contemporary writings, but...

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New Mills listed buildings
Apr03

New Mills listed buildings

The next time you are walking through New Mills take a moment to look around you at some of the wonderful architecture we are surrounded with and follow the links below to find out more about our many listed buildings II Highlee Hall II Church of St James the Less and attached Almshouses II Briargrove Farm II Carr Nook Farmhouse II 3 and 5, Laneside Road   II Farm Buildings to Ollersett Hall Farm II Former Barn to Anderton House II...

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