Registered Office, 65 High Street West, Glossop, SK13 8AZ
Patron: Edward William Fitzalan Howard, 18th Duke of Norfolk.
Glossop, "the Gateway to the Peak", is in the extreme north west of Derbyshire, surrounded by the most magnificent scenery of the Peak District and yet only 14 miles from Manchester's city centre and 24 miles from Sheffield.
1887 and 1888 were years in which the development of Glossop as we now know it took a massive step forward.
In those years Howard Park, incorporating Woods Baths and Woods Hospital, and the Victoria Hall were created.
The events which occurred in those years will be illustrated in the Spring Open Evening presented by Glossop Heritage Trust
Tuesday 25th April 2017
Central Methodist Church, Chapel Street
Free admission, All welcome.
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