Over half of deliveries are within Tideswell, a village and civil parish in north Derbyshire with a strong community ethic. It is located within the Peak District National Park and referred to locally as Tidza.
Middle Ages Tideswell was a small market town, heavily reliant on lead mining and wool. By the 19th century textiles had risen to prominence. Today's Tideswell is a thriving locale with a population of around 1,600. It contains fine buildings and the magnificent 14th century church of St John the Baptist is called the Cathedral of the Peak.
Amenities and facilities include pre-school, school, library, sports complex, baker, butcher, greengrocer, delicatessen, convenience store, pharmacy, bookshop, hair salons, restaurants, cafés, fish & chippy, pubs, visitor accommodation and a business park. Tideswell & District Community Association, the TDCA, is an established part of village life, supporting associations, clubs, societies and events.
The Village Voice distribution reaches up to 10 kms around Tideswell. To charming Cressbrook, set amongst wooded dales. Foolow, complete with a picturesque duck pond. Great Hucklow, nestling under Hucklow Edge. Nearby Little Hucklow in a fold of scenic uplands. Lovely Litton and its village green. Former textile hub Litton Mill, now residential. Along the River Wye to popular beauty spot Millers Dale. Busy area Peak Dale, close to Britain's largest limestone quarry. Peak Forest, with church, school and inn. Wardlow, a linear village of cottages and farms. Wheston, characterised by an intact 14th century wayside cross. And Wormhill, where the last roaming wolf in England is said to have been killed. Hamlets served include Blackwell, Litton Slack and Windmill. Retailers and social hubs in historic Eyam carry the magazine.