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Baslow Bird Walks

Would you like to recognise a birdsong when you hear it. Or identify a bird, or understand its behaviour and how it lives? And, would you like to know more about the birds living around our village? On behalf of Baslow Environment Group, Ian Johnston will be running two birds walks to introduce you to […]

Baslow History Group events

Baslow History Group would like to announce the following events for November and December, taking place in the Baslow Village Hall: Derbyshire Centerarians ‚Äď 7.30pm on Tuesday 14 November A talk by Tim Knebel, Project Office, Peak In The Past What do we know about packhorse transport in Britain? ‚Äď 7.30pm on Tuesday 12 December […]

Don’t get hacked

Bakewell & District U3A (University of the Third Age) is running an event to make Derbyshire Dales residents aware of the risks to their privacy and security, when using their computers, tablets and mobile phones to access the internet and emails. The event will take place on Friday 10 November at the Medway Centre, Bakewell, […]

School traffic request

Now that the children have started a new school year at Baslow St Anne’s Primary School, the Parish Council has been working with the school to help make life as easy as possible for residents in the village and those taking children to school. Now that children are back at school, the peak times for […]

Baslow Pumpkin Trail

Baslow St Anne’s School PTFA Pumpkin Trail will take place on Saturday 29 October from 5pm. Please note: there will be no door knocking, but all the pumpkins have been pre-approved at certain houses around the village. See below for details of the trail and disco…

Governor vacancy

Baslow St Anne’s School‚Äôs Governing Body has a vacancy for a Co-opted Governor. The Governing Body has four core functions: Set the strategic direction and vision for the school Hold the headteacher to account for academic performance Ensure financial probity Ensure clean, efficient and transparent administration You do not need to be an expert in […]

Baslow Charities’ update

Baslow School and Curbar School have both received cheques for ¬£247.60, which is part of a tradition dating back over 300 years, as David Dalrymple-Smith. In the early 1600s a small endowed school was started at Stanton Ford, giving a free basic education to 10 children, four from Baslow and Bubnell, and two each from […]

The Captive Queen

On Tuesday 14 December at 7.30pm in the Village Hall, the Baslow History Society will welcome David Templeman, a local historian and author, who will be talking about his latest book¬†Mary Queen of Scots: The Captive Queen 1568-84. David’s latest book,¬†Mary, Queen of Scots: The Captive Queen in England 1568-87, has been received to critical […]

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