The March 1st meeting is presented by local historian and author Chris Makepeace and will be an illustrated talk on the History Of Disley. 7.30pm at Furness Vale Social Club, Yeardsley Lane. £1 including refreshments
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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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