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A website for everyone living in the Derbyshire village of Castleton in the Peak District.

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Castleton Village Website

A collection of useful links and sources of information for everyone living & working in Castleton.  To return to this site after visiting an external link, use the blue back arrow (top left).  


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What’s On In Castleton?

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Castleton Village Notice Board

Castleton Christmas Lights

St Edmund’s Christmas Tree Festival

Santa’s arrival on 15 November


Nov 2014 Derbyshire Alert message warning about bogus bailiff phone calls

 

Missing Kitten - "Pepper" 24 Oct. Anyone with information please click here.

Missing Kitten - "Pepper" 24 Oct.


Pepper went missing from the market place area last week. She was in the middle of a series of tests at the Vets to try and sort an infected paw.
If anyone has seen her or is looking after her, please get in touch as her owner (9 years old) is missing her terribly.

Thank You, Jon.  

Emails to castletonvillage@gmail.com

 

Nativity scene at the Methodist Church

St Edmund’s Church Festival of Christmas Trees

This year’s fabulous display of 49 trees provided by local organisations & businesses is on view in St Edmund’s Church:    

Sunday - Friday   1 - 5 pm

Saturday  1 - 6 pm.  

Refreshments available.

Money raised during the Festival goes to the Friends of St Edmund’s to help preserve the church building.