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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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Pop-Up Shop by Chapel Arts – Open 18th Oct – 2nd November


Chapel Arts Group are opening a "Pop-Up Shop" in Chapel this October, they are drawing our attention to the wealth of artistic talent in our community, and at the same time giving everyone a chance to join in and learn and develop their own skills.

They are occupying a recently restored [more...]

Stand Out & GLOW for Guide Dogs 2014 – FRIDAY 10th October







Donate an hour – it’s easy!

Join us by Giving an hour of your time to take part in the following:

Let’s Glow Collect – join one of our local collections or organise an envelope collection in your workplace.

Let’s Glow Together – whether it’s a coffee [more...]

Get your business listed!


If you’re a business situated in the Chapel-en-le-Frith, Chinley, Bugsworth, Combs or Dove Holes  area, then it would be beneficial for you to be listed in our business directory. Just click here or on the image above to submit your details.


Cat Found


A cat has been found close to The Fallow Deer Pub  near the bypass at Chapel-en-le-Frith by Amanda Lynam on Monday 14th July.

The landlord told Amanda  she has been wandering around there for one or two  weeks. She is a fairly young and fluffy, black and white and very friendly.

We would love to reunite her [more...]

Dressing Up For Carnival

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On the eve of Carnival, Chapel Market Street is in full dressing up mode, with many of the stores putting up themed displays on their windows and walls  and even out into the street. We have Mad Hatter Tea Parties, Mountaineers and a massive “remembrance” in the Market Place.  Good Luck eveyo[more...]

Chapel Carnival 2014



Yes its that time of year again the Carnival is almost here which means that Winter has finally gone and Summer is well on its way. At this years Carnival on Saturday 21st June the Buxton Billerettes will be leading the main parade, starting at 1pm by the Jolly Carter pub and finishing at the High [more...]

Oli Day 2014 – Sun 25th May – Chapel Football Club


Once Again we are remembering Oli Everall with a six-a-side Football Tournament… and much more, held on Sunday of the Spring Bank Holiday week-end. The event starts at noon at the football club, then in the evening moves into the market place where there will be karaoke, live music and a disco


Chapel Arts


 Chapel Arts are having an event day at Chapel Town Hall on the 7th May. Come along and have a go at all the different kinds of arts and crafts we have going on. There will also be free tea and cakes. Everyone is welcome so come to the town hall at 7pm  for a [more...]

Totally Locally – Mayday & More!


Notice to Residents

Once Again Totally Locally are holding a MayDay event on Bank Holiday Monday May 5th 2014 This year it is planned to be bigger and better with lots of stalls and kiddies rides, bouncy things and other happenings! .

Market Place and Thornbrook Road residents are being kept advised as [more...]

Pets in need of exercise

We’ve had an appeal to mention The Cinnamon Trust. It is the national charity whose wonderful volunteers help people over retirement age and those in the latter stages of a terminal illness by offering all kinds of pet care.  They urgently need dog walking volunteers for a elderly and ill residents all over the local [more...]