Monthly Archives: June 2013

Enriching communities and making them happy – Ashbourne Arts


The Government’s latest spending round has seen the Department of Culture “get off lightly” with only an 8% cut in budget. Local Government has had a further 10% cut for next year. Some would argue that Arts should be one … Continue reading

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Scarthin Books, Cromford


Originally posted on liquidjolt:
This is the first of what will be four posts from my little wander up north with the accomplice. In some ways, this is the easiest, because it’s actually a bit of a cheat. The cafĂ©…

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“Corinthian” or Corinthians? Why money will ruin our sport


I’m a sports fan. I see the value of participation and I share the excitement of watching but lately I have lost my enthusiasm for teams. I’m sick of the loss of the Corinthian spirit and I loathe the impact … Continue reading

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The Bowling Green (review)


Originally posted on High Peak Parenting:
The Bowling Green On Saturday we popped to Derby to pick up my mum from the station and on the way back needed to stop off so we could feed baby E. We’d previously…

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The move to Buxton.


Originally posted on PDD Photography:
Back in 27 March me and my girlfriend made the move from dull and dreary Croydon in South London, to the would be Green and Beautiful Buxton. I say would be as the winter weather…

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Try Ashbourne First for Father’s Day


Seeking inspiration for the special gift for ~Father’s Day (16th June)? Here’s a showcase of the variety Ashbourne has to offer. Another reason to Try Ashbourne First 1. Bennett’s On the top floor at the Bennett’s store are a couple … Continue reading

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