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.
Our Autumn Open Evening is a talk in remembrance of the Battle of Passchendaele that took place between 31st July and 10th November, 100 years ago.
The talk will focus on the story of the battle and it's importance and tell the stories of some of the Glossopdale men who fought and died in the Ypres Salient.
There will be also an exploration of the importance of Ypres itself to the British in the First World War.
Tuesday 17th October 2016
Central Methodist Church, Chapel Street
Free admission, All welcome.
The new Glossop Heritage Calendar for 2018 will be on sale at this event.
The amount of the donation has to be entered in GB Pounds but it will be taken in your local currency so you will incur no currency conversion charges.
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