New Mills goes for a Royal Flush
Nov05

New Mills goes for a Royal Flush

Local environment and angling writer Andrew Griffiths talks to New Mills’ resident Charlie Copestake about novel arrangements in the ‘smallest room’. He may be no Dustin Hoffman but New Mills has its very own ‘Rain Man’ in the form of Spring Bank’s Charlie Copestake. Charlie collects rain by the barrel-load and while money doesn’t grow on trees, it is falling out of the skies as far as Charlie is concerned. Charlie’s house and garden...

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New Mills Repair Cafe
Oct15

New Mills Repair Cafe

Visit New Mills loves supporting the repair cafe with Quizits and insurance cover – but did you know how many different things they repair – here is a recent list (and several of them needed multiple repairers) Electric scooter – customer took it away to put it on charge as the success of the repair couldn’t be tested with no charge in it. Mantel clock referred to a professional repairer in New...

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My Urban Trail
Sep21

My Urban Trail

Founded in our very own New Mills, MY URBAN TRAIL is a new women’s outdoorwear brand, set to dress the new generation of modern-day explorers. For too long, dull designs have overpowered women’s outdoorwear, but we say no more! We think you deserve to love pieces for both style and functionality. Their debut collection features a range of interchangeable pieces, from your new favourite winter warmer, to a range of must-have...

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Friends are eclectic
Aug12

Friends are eclectic

As many of you reading this will know, we’ve had a couple of pollution incidents on our rivers in New Mills this year: a cracked mains sewage pipe on the River Sett in February, and an ongoing industrial pollution incident that worsened to the extent that the river was full of sewage fungus all downstream towards Strines. The river Goyt at it’s best – such a great asset to New Mills This is on top of the general decline in...

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Funderwear charity event
Aug01

Funderwear charity event

The Event is on 18th Sept at The Thread Mill in Hayfield , they are raising money for Jos Trust cervical cancer charity by making knickers and boxer shorts  Their aim is to get as many sewing companies and clubs involved to help raise as much as possible .They can join us at The Thread mill ,hold the event themselves ,sew at home or simply just donate to our just giving page FUNDERWEAR. We also have a book sale ,cake sale and raffle ....

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