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The Market Place - at the centre of Chapel Life - Photo courtesy of Millbank Cards.

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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.


St George’s Day 2015

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…]

Guido spotted in Market Place

Tuesday 4th November…..

Guido is Here!

Guido has been spotted in Chapel Market Place

We need everyone to come along to the Market Place and donate funds to help complete his capture, so we can have some fireworks..

Please came along today and help us make tomorrow 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…]

70th Anniversary Tribute – The Dambusters & Flt Lt W Astell

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At 11am a minutes silence was held in the Market Place as a tribute to those who took part in the “Dambusters” Raid on the 16th May 1943 and particularly Flight Lieutenant William Astell, D.F.C (from Combs) who died in the raid, and also Sergeant Jack Marriott D.F.M. from nearby Chinley and [more…]

Bonfire– it looks like its happening this Year!

Market Place Bonfire

Preparations look to be underway for a bonfire in the Market Place on Monday 5th November We understand that it will start around 6:30pm with a firework display from about 7pm see Sponsors here

Each year the bonfire is held (and it must be on the 5th Nov) and proves [more…]