Footpath closure
Feb11

Footpath closure

Temporary footpath closure at Laneside Laneside stream Valley Path

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Suspended coffees
Feb10

Suspended coffees

It’s over 18 months since conversations started about suspended drinks in New Mills and it’s fantastic that this has now started at Pulse Cafe on Union Road. Pulse Cafe started this new initiative at the beginning of February which is designed to give anyone less well off the chance to have a free coffee, tea or even a hot meal in their cafe. The concept of ‘Suspended Coffees’ originated in New York, and has...

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Bank Holiday Weekend
Aug24

Bank Holiday Weekend

There is a weekend full of music, walks, talks food and drink all over New Mills – check out the events listings here or on Visit New Mills facebook page for up to date event information.

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New Mills Walkers are Welcome
Aug24

New Mills Walkers are Welcome

Here is an update of events over the next few weeks: Saturday 27 August : Walk to Marple Bridge via Linnet Clough, train back from Marple Bridge. Meet at New Mills Heritage Centre at 10.30 am. Stout footwear recommended as Linnet Clough is a bit rocky Sunday 28 August : Bat Walk Meet at the Heritage Centre at 6.30 pm Short talk and video followed by a short walk Thursday 1 September : Goytside Meadows Meet at the Heritage Centre at...

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Videos
Jul21

Videos

Over the coming weeks we will be publishing a series of videos of New Mills showing the town in its different aspects. The first one shows the great outdoors and is produced by Sonder Pictures of New Mills  ...

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Flora and fauna – Boss Hog
Jun28

Flora and fauna – Boss Hog

Boss Hog I was driving down Dolly Lane earlier today and was so taken by the cow parsley on the verges that I decided to write a bit about that family of plants, the Umbellifers (think umbrella). It’s a large group of plants all with these lovely creamy white (occasionally yellow) umbels of flowers which are a real draw for insects. I’ve labelled these. As a youngster in Stockport (when it were all fields…) we used to dig up pignuts...

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