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Click here to see some of the amazing images from the World War 1 commemoration events held in the village on Sunday 3rd and Monday 4th August. We hope that you agree that they capture the atmosphere of the two days of reflection and commemoration so well. Sunday’s pictures were taken by Disley’s Michael Whittaker whose company Captive North also produced the ‘Silent Movie’ with Disley Primary School’s Year 6 pupils – see post below. Click here to watch the fantastic video created by Alan Buckel.
A total of £524.30 has been raised for the Royal British Legion from donations, the sale of afternoon teas and commemorative brooches so thank you to all who contributed. This money has been passed on to the RBL today on your behalf.
Thank you to everyone who took part and helped to make this such a memorable village event.
Click the link to watch the poignant video created by Year 6 pupils at Disley Primary School and Disley’s Michael Whittaker’s company Creative North.
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The Parish Council has been informed by Peaks & Plains Housing Trust that they have withdrawn the current plans for the proposed development at Dane Hill Close and will be resubmitting revised plans to address concerns raised within the next month. The Parish Council will be requesting that they hold a public event in theContinue Reading
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Disley Golf Club was formed on December 4th 1889 following a number of informal meetings held at the Rams Head in Disley and to celebrate their 125th Anniversary a series of events are planned to commemorate this historic landmark. Arrangements are in hand for a “Spectacular Summer Ball” to be held at the Club onContinue Reading