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.
Glossop Heritage Trust is conducting two evening walks on respectively the 23 June and 30 June 2015.
Each walk starts at 7.30.
Tuesday 23 June 2015, 7.30pm, meet at the entrance to the Parish Church.
This walk is a resumption of last year's walk. It will take in the Eastern part of Old Glossop.
It will last about an hour and will be confined to the Eastern part of Old Glossop so should not be more than a mile.
We are going to look particularly at Old Glossop's industrial past.
Tuesday 30 June 2015, 7.30pm, meet at Glossop Train Station.
This walk is around the town centre and is looking particularly at the buildings designed by Matthew Ellison Hadfield.
This walk should not last more than one hour and will be confined to the area of the town centre.
Both walks are entirely free - pass the message around please. We might pass the hat round.
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