Castleton Notice Board

Remembrance Sunday November 8th

Remembrance Day has passed but, for those who might have missed Castleton Silver Band’s tribute to the occasion, this link will remain for a while longer.  Click this link for a picture of our own war memorial and scroll down to hear the Last Post, Silence and Rouse played by a local member of the Band.


Full details can be found on the Government website here.  Until 5 November, Tier 2 restrictions apply throughout the High Peak.

Libraries-On-The-Go-Blog-desktop-imageThe Mobile Library Service will continue to operate after November 5 with Book & Borrow Service in place.

Visiting the Market Place on  November 12 & December 10, from 10am – 10.50.  Phone 01629 533464 to book a 5 minute appointment.  Staff will select books according to your preferences for collection at the time booked. Full details here.

Since November 5, local libraries, including Buxton, Tideswell & Chapel-en-le-Frith branches, have returned to Book and Borrow service and it is now necessary to book an appointment before visiting.  Click here for details.

Keep Castleton Connected
by Joining the Village Email Group

Castletonians can now share information via a closed email group on a wide range of local issues, events & notices, including offers of help/requests for help, items wanted/offered free or for sale, lost & found and lots more….  Local business owners and their staff are welcome to join too.  Messages are only visible to members of the group.  To join or find out more, click here.

Revised opening times for St Edmund’s Church here
Castleton Primary School: Vacancy for Cleaner
This vacancy has now been filled.
Parking Issues in the Hope Valley

Derbyshire Police have reported on action taken about parking problems in Castleton & Edale.  Residents are asked to report cases of parking on double & single yellow lines etc. Full details here.

Castleton Secret Gardens 2020: A Virtual Tour

Sadly Castleton’s Secret Gardens event had to be cancelled this year but Castleton’s Secret Gardeners hope that visitors can still enjoy viewing some of their gardens even though it has to be from a different perspective.

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Not Just Covid 19:
Gardeners have had to contend with the widest possible range of weather conditions this Spring:- some thoughts from a regular secret garden contributor ‘Gardening Against The Odds’
Castleton Secret Gardens will be held again on 26/27 June 2021.

Coping with The Easing of Lockdown Restrictions
This BBC article has some practical suggestions

Castleton Garland 2020
We may be in lockdown but the music goes on.
Click on the photo to hear the band

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Thank you to Angela C. for the lovely flower arrangement.

In Castleton, Friday 29th May is Garland day – an ancient ceremony that is thriving and now known throughout the country after the documentary  Britain by Bike – Peak District.
The Castleton Silver Band play the Garland Tune many times each year.  Covid-19 has not stopped that, although there is no marching in this version.  Also there is no rain (a regular visitor to the ceremony).  There have been contributions from the Senior Band, the Training Band (and some toddlers who will be joining us before too long).  All of the contributions are included.  Follow this link for Garland in Lockdown … and enjoy.
Thank you. 
John Whitfield

Castleton Garland ceremony cancelled for the first time since WW1. Read more here

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Mam Tor at Sunset

Mam Tor at Sunset.
Thank you to Lynn Marriott for letting everyone share this lovely photo.

Further Revisions to Bus Timetables
271/272 Service
273 Service
274 Service:  
single service each way departing from Sheffield at 17.15, arriving Castleton at 18.10 (no return service). The Castleton bus departs at 15.50 reaching Sheffield at 16.50.

173 Service to Bakewell has been terminated.

Playing Fields Committee AGM 2020
The Committee’s documents can be viewed here:   2019/2020 Accounts and Annual Report

Castleton and Coronavirus

Volunteers in the Village are offering to help anyone self isolating because of Coronavirus by doing shopping, posting mail, collecting medicines etc., or just having a chat.  An updated list of volunteers is available here.

Local Shops and Food Delivery
Our local shops are working hard to support the Community so let’s use them.

For information about home deliveries, stocks and how to achieve social distancing in Village shops click the following links
The Post Office:(620241)  note new opening hours:  Monday – Saturday 9am – 6pm; Sundays 1pm – 5pm.
Peveril Stores:  (
620928) new opening hours: 9.30am – 5pm

Holmesfield Farm: deliveries available in Castleton of fruit, veg., milk & milk products, meat and homemade pies. Call Jo on 01298 812 862.

Hope Valley food suppliers & restaurants offering delivery or collection services.

Hope Valley Garden Centre  has set up ‘safe’ delivery system to surrounding villages – Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays – 10am – 4pm.  dedicated email address:

Revised Train & Bus Timetables from 24 March: 

Timetables are for key workers. Please only travel if your journey is absolutely essential under the new government guidance.
Northern Trains  Hope Valley Monday – Saturday    Buxton Monday – Saturday

Coronavirus Information & Support

Please also be aware of fraud related to Coronavirus.  The Derbyshire Police alert warning can be found here.

This page will be updated regularly so watch this space for more advice and information.

Flood Information

A Flood Resilience Store has been installed behind Village Hall containing sandbags for use during floods.  More information here