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  • Project evaluation survey

    The survey is open to everyone who lives in and around the village of Stoney Middleton. Your feedback is very important to us and will help us to evaluate the success of the project in achieving its objectives as part the HLF grant awarded to the village. It is a condition of that grant that periodic reports and evaluations are submitted and this… Learn more

  • Second Gateway sign installed

    The second gateway sign has now been erected, the weather was terrible with driving snow and high winds, not the best conditions for erecting signs. The sign features the St Martins church which looks very imposing. SMHCCG thank everyone for their input into the design and layout of the sign which we are very happy… Learn more

  • First Gateway sign installed

    The first of the new village gateway signs has been erected. It is to the West side of the village which previously had no sign. We are delighted with it and think it gives the village a proud announcement which is fitting and appropriate. The sign will be further enhanced by limestone chippings which are… Learn more

  • Schools Collaborate to Help Remember Derbyshire’s Forgotten Village

    School pupils from Derbyshire and South Yorkshire have recently worked together to help generate ideas on how to attract more tourism to Stoney Middleton, a small Derbyshire village in the Peak District. Over fifty school pupils were invited to visit the village, as part of a two day event organised by Sheffield Hallam University’s Venture… Learn more

  • Heritage trail boards in place

    Village trail boards

    Volunteers complete installation of last heritage trail board. The nine boards have been located in strategic places around the village, each containing specific information about its location. They have proven to be very popular with both local people and visitors alike. The boards were designed and erected by SMHCCG volunteers, but funded by British Fluorspar… Learn more

  • New website launch reports

    New website for the heritage village of Stoney Middleton following Heritage Lottery Grant Stoney Middleton’s Heritage Group has this week announced the launch of its new heritage website. The site has been specifically designed for the group to provide an easy, clear and usable platform. It will showcase its growing archive of information, pictures, documents,… Learn more

  • New website launched

    New website for the heritage village of Stoney Middleton following Heritage Lottery Grant. Stoney Middleton Heritage Group has this week announced the launch of its new heritage website. The site has been specifically designed for the group to provide an easy, clear usable platform to showcase its growing archive of information, pictures, documents, and audio… Learn more

  • Accounts to December 2014

    SMHCCG have produced accounts for the year ended December 2014 which can be viewed in full from the link below. Total spend to date was £5,580 which excludes VAT as this is reclaimable. The total includes all expenditure for the village heritage trail boards which will be erected shortly and the new website. We are very pleased to of achieved so… Learn more

  • Path Improvements

    Path Improvements

    A wider safer pavement We would like to thank Andy Payne of J & A Road Sweeping, Digger and Dumper Hire from Eyam, who provided the machinery at preferential rates, and also Alan Bettney from DCC highways who was extremely helpful and assisted in arranging the loan of road warning signage for safety. Andy provided… Learn more

  • New Village Gateway Signs

    We recently tested the water with ideas for a replacement village name sign at the Calver end of the village, along with a new one (as we don’t have one) for the Eyam side of the village. We had a good response and all seemed in favour, offering varying ideas and preferences. The idea was… Learn more