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Grants

Grants are available for the repair or restoration of historic elements of buildings in two areas of Chapel-en-le-Frith.

The eligible items include slate or stone roofs and traditional gutters and rainwater pipes, traditional mullioned or sash windows, traditional timber doors and shop fronts and the repair or pointing of brickwork and stonework. Other items may be considered in conjunction with these categories.

Details are available from the Grants Officer, Eddie Wilshaw at High Peak Borough Council on 0845 129 7777 extension 3654.


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Announcing Fiver Fest 2015

As you may or may not know, for the past few years (2013 and 2014), lots of businesses around Chapel-en-le-Frith have offered great deals for just £5 in a campaign called the 'Fiver Fest'. To give you an idea of last year's offers and what might be offered this year, check [more…]

RAINBOW AND THE ARK sale

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On Tuesday the 21st July 9am to 3 pm there will be a table top sale held in the Methodist church. Tables cost £5 if pre-booked or £7 on the day and is a perfect way of getting rid of your old clutter or just grabbing a great bargain.

For more information or if you would [more…]

4 Honour sponsored run for charity

Go the extra mile for Britain's bravest and for your community by participating in one of these sponsored events.

You can run with your team mates in a fell race. 

You can swim for one hour with your friends or you can amble for either 5K or 10K with the kids in fancy dress. [more…]

Chapel arts Craft and Textiles group

Want to join a lively friendly group to try out new crafts, improve your skills or just finish that project that has been sitting in your cupboard for ages? come to the chapel arts crafts and textiles club. Held every Thursday morning in the Chapel methodist church, town end. 10 am to 12 noon. For more information [more…]

VOTE YES.

The neighborhood plan for chapel parish was put together by dozens of local people as he best way of fulfilling the housing needs placed upon us.

Reasons to vote yes in the upcoming referendum:

1. Developers want lots more houses in and around chapel, a yes vote will help stop more unsuitable development.  [more…]

Chapel-en-le-Frith Wells Dressing.

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The wells dressing in Chapel-en-le-Frith is in progress, come and visit and see the wonderful natural artwork that decorates this town with vibrant natural color. To view these incredible pieces of community art go to Blythe House, The Town Hall, Nanny's Well, Tramps Garden and Bowden Lane. The wells will be dismantled on Sunday so if you want [more…]

Barbers@19 Have gone and taken the beer with them

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Oh they're now Barbers@71

Our close neighbors have relocated and must have taken the beer with them cos they are giving it away!  They have left the Market Place for 71 Market Street (just below Thornbrook Road) They have left the Dark Mark behind as well – maybe he would drink the beer?? .Get along to barbers@71 [more…]

St George’s Day 2015

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We are getting huge interest in the wonderful Flag Display Organised by Ian Clucas, everyone is agreed that it is really making Chapel stand out. Tomorrow we have our usual Thursday Market and you may have noticed that it is very much on the up….

Many of the local businesses are making [more…]

Ian Clucas is out to paint the town Red.. (and white)

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On St Patricks Day Ian wondered what we were all doing, getting so excited about the annual Day of another country! He feels (along with a great many English people) that it’s all well and good having a party on St Pat’s, or St David’s, or celebrating Robbie Burns etc, BUT WHAT ABOUT ST [more…]

Old Christmas Cards can help plant new trees….

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Help plant trees by giving us your used Christmas cards for recycling. Ever wondered what to do with your old Christmas Greeting Cards?, seem's a shame to bin them doesn't it? well now we have a way to do some good with them… Marks & Spencer and the Woodland Trust have a [more…]