New Mills Festival

Are You Ready For New Mills Festival 2021?

Just 3 more sleeps then it all kicks off in New Mills with (quite probably) the best and biggest festival of the High Peak, ever! Music, art, comedy, drama, walks, talks, exhibitions, workshops, straw bears (yes, really), scything and bread!! It’s difficult to know where to begin, there’s so much going on so let’s start …

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Funding update for Visit New Mills

If you enjoy your visits to our Facebook page and website, and you value what us volunteers do for our community, please do think about how you can help us to continue to run them. Our biggest fundraising events which in normal times would keep us ticking over, have been cancelled: Carnival, Lights Switch on, …

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Quiz Masters – £20K and counting !

Organisers of a popular New Mills pub quiz group that has donated over £20,000 to local causes are celebrating its third anniversary. Quizit is the brainchild of New Mills friends Sean Whewell and Tony Audenshaw. They came up with the idea over a pint at The Rock Tavern pub on Wirksmoor Road, and the weekly …

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The Willows playing at St Georges Church

The Willows a folk band hailing from Cambridge, UK. “…straddle the worlds between Americana and English roots music and do it in a very very deft way…” Mike Harding Folk Show “…Absolutely gorgeous sound, a lovely album…” Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2 “… a breath of fresh air to the folk music community… “Maverick Magazine …

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It’s Festival time in New Mills!

 This September, New Mills will host a variety of activities for people of all ages to get involved in. From an afternoon foraging for fungi, spending a sunny morning chasing giant bubbles in High Lea Park to a family day out at a lantern making workshop, there will be something to tickle everyone’s fancy. New …

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Aftermath Dislocation Principle

AFTERMATH DISLOCATION PRINCIPLE Focal Design carpark, Woodside Street SK22 3HF Tue 20, 1pm – 9pm Wed 21, Thurs 22, 10am–6pm. Fri 23, Sat 24, Sun 25, 10am-8pm Launch Party Tues 20, 7.30pm The ADP is a post-riot landscape created in miniature by acclaimed artist Jimmy Cauty. Following the ADP’s critically-acclaimed appearance at Banksy’s Dismaland last …

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