Nov 212022
 

Heart of Hathersage – Thursday 24 November, 5-6pm – bike marking, facilitated by the Police

What you need to know: if you are attending, please bring your bike with you and make sure you have the frame number to hand; one kit per bike and per person. For those who have visited Bike Marking events recently, had a bike registered and wanted to know how to register more bikes, please follow instructions below:

  • Once one of your bikes has been marked and registered you can add more bikes by logging into your account at www.bikeregister.com
  • Click ‘My bikes’ – you  should see a green tab ‘Register another bike’.
  • Have your frame number to hand which can be found underneath the bike, between the pedals.
  • Registration is free so – skip the sections when asked to purchase a kit or lock – then complete your registration by clicking the ‘Complete my registration’ green tab  at the foot of the page

 

Your bike has now been registered. This procedure limits you from having multiple accounts on the Bike Register, and makes it easier for you to monitor your account/bikes.

 

 November 21, 2022
Nov 142022
 

Moorlands Lane, A625 Froggatt Edge, New Bridge, Froggatt Road rolling road closure, 14 November to 13 February 2023, to facilitate water mains renewal – north to south, between and including junction with Moorlands Lane and junction with Grindleford Road.

Birley Lane (between Birley Lane and Hollin Bank) – 28 November, 9am-4pm to facilitate tree works.

B6001 – Hassop Road (Hassop Road, Bakewell Road, Calver between junction with A619 and junction with A623) – 5 to 9 December, 8am to 4pm.

 November 14, 2022
Nov 112022
 

The Hope Valley Rail Capacity Scheme includes a new footbridge to replace the Hathersage West foot crossing, to improve safety for walkers crossing the line. Network Rail have shared planned work dates below.

Phase 1: Foundation and preparation works

  • Ongoing – Saturday 3 December – rail deliveries (Saturday nights, 11pm-6am).
  • Ongoing – Friday 16 December – excavation work (weekdays, 7am-6pm).
  • Date TBC – Concrete pumping

Phase 2: Installation of the new footbridge

  • Monday 16 January 2023 – Saturday 27 January – preparation works for installation of the footbridge (weekdays, 7am-6pm)
  • 11pm Friday 20 January – 5am Monday 23 January – installation of the footbridge (24-hour working, railway line closed)
  • Saturday 28 January – demobilise site (Saturday night, 11pm-6am).

 

The public footpath at Hathersage West foot crossing will be closed during the works and closure/diversion signage postedsee map, below.

Also, to facilitate works, part of the Hope Valley line will be closed on Saturday 21 January and Sunday 22 January 2023. Alternative travel plans will be provided closer to these dates.

The project team will be working with consideration for the local community in mind but residents may hear some noise from excavation work and train movements with noise from train horns and running engines, and heavy construction machinery.

 November 11, 2022
Nov 032022
 

The annual Remembrance parade and Church service will be taking place in Hathersage on Sunday 13th November and will follow the usual format.

Parade participants should congregate adjacent to the Oddfellows Road car park from 09.30, ready to march off at 10.00. The parade, organised on behalf of the Hathersage Parish Council by Hathersage British Legion, will be led by Hope Valley Drum Line, followed by Legion members, contingents from Hathersage Guides, Brownies, Scouts, Cubs and Beavers, Hathersage firemen, Hope Valley St John Ambulance volunteers and, of course, Army and Air Force cadets from Mount St Mary’s College, Spinkhill.

This impressive body will follow the route down Station Road, up Main Road, along School Lane and then up to the Parish Church. During the march-past, both up to the Church and returning after the service, Hathersage Band will be playing in the ‘Heart for Hathersage’ village centre area. Tom Wain will be organising the marshals to close off the roads to traffic, where necessary.

This year we are offering a free mini-bus service to take people from the Hathersage Business Centre up to the Church and return them afterwards. Parking is available at the Centre. This will be on a ‘pre-booked’ time-slot basis only. Anyone wanting to take advantage of this should make arrangements by emailing: hathersage.chairman@rbl.community or telephone 01433 650388, no later than 12.00 noon on 12th November.

The Church service, led by Curate Rev Charlotte Wallington, will commence at 10.30, during which wreaths will be laid on the War Memorial inside the Church, and afterwards on the War Graves outside. All sixteen graves commemorating others, who lost their lives in various conflicts, will have a wooden cross placed on them by the Beaver Scouts.

After the return of the parade to the War Memorial Hall, all participants and helpers will again be welcome to join the Legion at the Scotsman’ Pack Inn.

Armistice Day

Friday November 11th at 11.00

At Hathersage we will be observing the national two minutes silence In the Village Centre. Elsewhere, our Derbyshire Deputy Lieutenant, James Shuttleworth, together with Legion member Bernard Eyre, will be laying wreaths in the following order at the War Memorials at: Hope Woodlands (Derwent), Hope and Grindleford.

 

 November 3, 2022