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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.


Furness Vale History Society

The next meeting of Furness Vale History Society on Tuesday 5th May at 7.30pm is a talk by Keith Holford on The History of Bugsworth / Buxworth. The venue is Furness Vale Community Centre, Yeardsley Lane, next to the Imperial Palace Restaurant. Admission is £1.50 including refreshments.

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…]

Meeting of Totally Locally Chapel-en-le-Frith

A meeting for everyone who is interested in helping totally locally Chapel-en-le-Frith on Wednesday 4th December, this is a must for anyone who is involved in the local community, or with a business or organisation in Chapel.

Totally Locally are planning their agenda of events for 2014 and are after as much [more…]

Annual Parish Meeting

A chance to come and speak to the Parish Council about any issues within the Parish.

Wednesday 20 April

Public Meeting

At the public meeting on 15th September, the planned housing developments were given the ‘thumbs down’ by Chapel residents. At the meeting, High Peak Borough Council Officers shared their proposals for the development with members of the public. The consultation is ongoing and comments for the Council can be emailed to LDF@highpeak.gov.uk or left [more…]

Annual Parish Meeting

Wednesday, 21st April 8.00pm