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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 […]

Duchess opens new Bike Track

On Sunday 12 September, the Duchess of Devonshire formally opened the new bike track that has been created within the Baslow Woodland Park. The new bike track has been designed and created by two Baslow residents, Simon Turton and David Robins, who worked together with the Parish Council to deliver the new community facility. Since […]

Baslow Better Together

Come and join us on Sunday 12 September for an afternoon of entertainment on the Baslow Sports Field, from 2-6pm. There will be plenty of things for all the family, including: Tea garden Bar & BBQ Garden games Bouncy castle 3 local live bands Community dancing And much more! This is a free event, so […]

Annual Parish Meeting

Parish Meeting – Wednesday 21 July 2021 at 7.30pm in the Village Hall The annual Parish Meeting for Baslow and Bubnell will take place on Wednesday 21 July at 7.30pm in the Village Hall (pandemic permitting). The Parish Meeting is an opportunity for residents, businesses and organisations to come together to update one another on village […]

Keep Baslow Beautiful

Over the last few weeks local residents and councillors have been out working hard in support of the Keep Baslow Beautiful campaign. On Saturday 22 May the working party that turned up to help clear Bubnell Lane was joined by Mervyn Shepherd (who now farms at Bubnell). He scraped the edge of the road and […]

Universal Credit

Due to the impact of Coronavirus over 5.5 million people are claiming Universal Credit. Many of them are new to claiming Universal Credit having been negatively impacted by Coronavirus.  If you or anyone you know is experiencing financial difficulty they should have a look at the Universal Credit guide: https://www.gov.uk/universal-credit