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General Discussion / A Poll for the male members
« on: February 14, 2019, 09:01:46 AM »
Will any of you tough male members own to to being soppy.
Valentines Day is here -
Are you the Flowers or chocies man for your partner. Treat them to a  romantic meal out?

Or - do you think it's all rubbish ????


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Apparently  the new owners have big plans for Vicar Lane.
I look forward to seeing these changes.
Do we think it will bring more footfall into the centre?

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Chesterfield Discussion / The Big Wheel
« on: January 31, 2019, 02:36:21 PM »
No plans as yet for a return of the wheel in Chesterfield.
I was just wondering what others thought of it last year?

We thought it a good idea and by all accounts encourage a lot of people into the town centre - did it increase sales?
I seem to think it did but am a bit unsure?

We personally made a 'bit of a day out' when it came.
Using the bus into town we browsed the shops and bought a few items, had our ride on the wheel and after went for a welcome hot drink.
Later we enjoyed a late lunch and a bottle of wine before getting on the bus back home.

I wonder how many more people did something similar - or how many didn't bother to go up there and view our town from above!

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Chesterfield Discussion / Saltergate closure
« on: January 28, 2019, 03:48:40 PM »
I have just read Saltergate is being closed until Feb 28th.
They are starting the multistorey car park 

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Techie Or Suggestions / Gmail
« on: January 14, 2019, 08:02:33 AM »
This is one big headache for me.
It's past my capabilities of sorting it out.
I am struggling with my gmail loading in.
For a couple of weeks now it has been difficult to access and once in I have noticed a small notice comes up on the left side of emails saying
There seems to be a problem connecting to gmail?

Below is what it is saying

Something's not right.
We're having trouble connecting to Google. We'll keep trying...

I have uninstalled Google and reinstalled it as well as other things - including a system restore
Any ideas ?

ps this is happening on both of my laptops but I can access ok on my phone -

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Chesterfield Discussion / Gypsie Travellers Sites
« on: January 07, 2019, 08:09:12 PM »
Included in the local plan are Travellers sites.
There has been a choosing of 17 sites.
Now narrowed down to four.

Dark Lane Calow
Dark Lane North Wingfield
Temperance Hill Woolley Moor
Greenaway Wingerworth

I can't comment on three of these but do know the Greenaway land.
This is on land opposite the building currently going on before reaching Tupton.
It will mean Caravans / Motor homes with be pulling into and out of Derby Road just below the brow of the hill.
These are now to be under consultation and I believe Wingerworth Parish Council have called a Public meeting.

We have I know at least two professional drivers on the forum -thoughts of these vehicles pulling out onto Derby Road ?

Whilst I agree Travellers need somewhere to stay I do not agree that next to other established homes a good place nor is it in my own view a good place for pulling out of.

http://www.ne-derbyshire.gov.uk/index.php/local-plan-examination?accid=3&fbclid=IwAR2ZNoqF1lVe

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General Discussion / Christmas Wishes
« on: December 23, 2018, 01:41:02 PM »
Wishing you all a lovely Christmas and best wishes for 2019  :)

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General Discussion / Paper
« on: December 06, 2018, 09:51:06 PM »
Don't laugh I'm serious with this.

Have any of you come across paper that once wet won't dry?
The reason I'm asking is a few days ago some bank statements got wet across the top.
I spread them out on the carpet in a spare bedroom and left them for two or three days.
When I went to gather them up - they were still wet!

Soooo I put them over two radiators and eventually they dried.
Brilliant!!

I left them on my dressing table with intentions of filing them the following day - only to find -------- they were wet again?????

How strange!  :-?

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Entertainment / Tupton Local History Society
« on: December 02, 2018, 07:30:27 PM »
Presentation night.

                                                              Cromford Canal

December 6th 7.00pm - 8.30 pm ish

Admission £2.00 plus raffle ticket and light refreshments

ST Johns Church, Queen Victoria Road New Tupton

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General Discussion / Talk Talk
« on: November 25, 2018, 09:48:58 PM »
Anyone else have them?
I'm fed up and thinking of changing suppliers.
Poor internet access which ebbs and flows, my mobile phone loses connection and I'm asked to put data on when I'm at home.
Must be better out there!!

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Fun Stuff / Santa
« on: November 25, 2018, 09:46:15 PM »
@ Alsation - keep em coming and make sure you ask Santa for a couple more books for 2019  ;)

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General Discussion / Face Book admin/ moderators
« on: November 13, 2018, 08:53:43 AM »
I use face book but much less than I did.
I've read some awful posts with vile language, threats and naming and shaming.
I have just read a post  in a group I am in where motorists are being alerted to speed cameras.
What actually are the duties of the mods and admin.
Personally I would remove all of the above.

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Chesterfield Discussion / Armistice Day
« on: October 14, 2018, 10:17:11 PM »
It will soon be upon us and how pleased and proud I am to see so many village and towns erecting Tommy's and Poppy displays.
It brings people and communities together.
i have seen a beautiful display of Poppies on Grassmoor Chapels front and the large black Tommy's around North Wingfield and our own village has a Large Tommy at the side of the Cenotaph - very fitting place.
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Saturday I was out for four hours with others putting large poppies on the lamp posts around our village.

I would love to see photo's posted on here of what other Towns and Villages.

I have one or two to post over the next week.

Anyone else seen any great displays?


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Entertainment / Tupton Local History Society
« on: August 26, 2018, 09:50:48 AM »
John Stamp will talk about his life living on Whitehouse Farm New Tupton.
John's parents Tommy and Kitty Stamp were very well known in Tupton and Wingerworth where they delivered milk.
John will also speak of Whithouse Farm and it's connections with the Hunloke estate as well as the Madin family who built properites some include New  Tupton ( Madine Street and the and the Chapel on Queen Victoria Road, also Horns Bridge and the  Wingerworth Old Vicarage.
John will also bring along a recording of his mother speaking of the bombing in Tupton and it's effect it had on the village.
Not to be missed!!

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