Village events

  • Friday 23 November – DAVE PEGG & A J CLARK
    (Village hall) Virtuoso bass player with decades of experience in bands such as Fairport Convention and Jethro Tull, joined by one of the most entertaining raconteurs and songwriters on the scene. More information and ticket link here.
  • Saturday 8 December – JOHN TAMS & BARRY COOPE (SOLD OUT)
    (Village hall) Described by Mojo magazine as ‘one of the ultimate British songwriters’, John has had a career spanning four decades in every medium, including writing and performing the songs for the original War Horse theatre production.
  • Friday 21/Saturday 22 December – Carol Suppers
    (Village hall) Our annual pre-Christmas village get together with food, entertainment and surprises! Proceeds to Cancer Research UK. Tickets £9 (£5 children) tel. 01335 310453 or email carrieosborne2016@gmail.com.

More details of future concerts in the village hall can be found on our events page here.  Please do book early as our concerts often sell out early.

Gleaming Gargoyles conclude campaign in Duffield darkness

Alstonefield CC v. Duffield CC

What a fine way to finish the Gargoyles’ 2018 season with yet another nail-biter. A full-scale team performance with every player sparkling, lighting up the Gargoyles gallery of heroes.

 Click here for the full match report …

A big thank you to the people in Alstonefield…

who signed the petition to support a traffic restriction order on the lane linking the Manifold Valley and Back of Ecton.

Susan Reiblein has told us that as a result of all the support gained, on 7th September, the Peak Park Planning Committee supported the proposal to put a permanent restriction on motorised traffic including 4*4 and scramble bikes travelling on this green lane.

Hopefully this beautiful valley will be able to restore itself to its former tranquil glory.

Alstonefield Benefice

For November services in the Alstonefield benefice, please click here.

Staffordshire Farm Watch

We’re all aware of the rise in rural crime, particularly within the farming sector.

Staffordshire Police are working with local communities in the Moorlands area to tackle these issues and have set up a Facebook page to keep everyone up to date.

Please visit and ‘like’ their page at: https://www.facebook.com/StaffsFarmWatch/

If you see or hear anything suspicious, please call the police non-emergency number: 101.

You can also sign up to receive communications from the police by downloading this form:

Moorlands Farm Watch