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.
invites you to the launch of
“The Old Glossop Trail”
on Tuesday 22nd July at 7.30pm.
Meeting in the Corn Mill car park, Corn Street, off High Street East, we will then walk a section of the trail for approximately one hour. Those who helped to create the trail will be available to provide further information and answer questions.
After the walk there will be free refreshments at The Wheatsheaf, Church Street.
We hope you will join us to discover the rich and fascinating heritage of Old Glossop, learn more about the historic sites, key buildings, notable events and the early cotton industry.
Everyone is welcome.
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