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1/10: Hairdressers and mental health

Public Health in Derbyshire has commissioned training for hairdressers, barbers and beauty professionals to help them support customers' mental health. Training sessions will be by Zoom and last for four hours. The first is scheduled for October 4th and five more are in the pipeline. Information on derbyshire.gov.uk.
4/10: Voluntary Service AGM
Derbyshire Dales Council for Voluntary Service will hold its annual general meeting at the Agricultural Business Centre in Bakewell on Thursday, October 21st from 10.30am. All members are invited.
14/10: Fundraising in son's memory
A Tideswell mum who has been fundraising since her son died from a brain tumour three years ago, aged 28, is organising a community walk on Sunday, October 17th. Christine Billups' walk will start from Sherwood House, Sherwood Road at 11.30am. Further events are being organised at The Roost café.

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3/9: Woodland Festival

The popular Woodland Festival will return to Elvaston Castle on September 18th and 19th. Two days of theatre, craft demonstrations and campfire cooking, with many product stalls. More information is on the County Council website and Facebook.
3/9: Zoom coffee morning
Derbyshire Dales Council for Voluntary Service will host its latest Zoom coffee morning on September 23rd from 10.30am. There will be presentations on the Hurst community farm and Hearing Help UK. Details from enquiries@ddcvs.org.uk.
13/9: Go Electric webinar
A one-hour webinar on September 23rd from 7pm is going to provide some of the latest information on electric cars. Questions will be answered by specialists from the Energy Saving Trust. Organised by Derbyshire Dales District Council, you can register on a link from its website.
22/9: Recycle Week
Week commencing September 20th is Recycle Week, during which Derbyshire residents will be asked to step up their recycling efforts. As technologies improve, more and more items can be recycled.
28/9: Blackwell in the Peak
The pretty hamlet of Blackwell, about 5km from Tideswell, is the latest addition to The Village Voice doorstep deliveries list. Another hamlet, Windmill, was included recently.
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