18-26 September 2015 Tideswell Arts Festival starts this week and features Christopher Ellis, the talented pianist who plays for The Tideswell Male Voice Choir with Erin Alexander and Carol Ann Duffy, the only female poet laureate. and Tideswell Band.. see website below for further details of concerts and how to book tickets. http://tideswellfestival.co.uk/
Thank you Bernard and Rob for working with us to create an important part of our new adventure in our lives! Amazing photography of exterior of house and internal photos of our holiday house The Cornerhouse in Tideswell, taken by Bernard O'Sullivan from Inside Out Photography in Manchester and whom we met through a dogwalker friend in Tideswell. Bernard's photos formed part of our new website www.thecornerhousetideswell.co.uk designed by our son Rob Turton, of RobTurton Desig
We had some friendly and professional guys Will and Steve from Apex Plumbing and Heating and Electricals in Brough working on the house yesterday, improving flexibiity of heating and adding lighting to illuminate the stone behind the AGA.... feeling warm and cozy and kitchen looking good as the nights draw inearlier. See www.apexplumbingandheating.co.uk Thanks guys!
We drove over to Monsal Head instead of Buxton to watch Stage 6 of The AVIVA 2015 Tour of Britain cycling race through the Peak District. What a beautiful place to wait for race leaders in the sunshine today. Views from the carpark at Monsal Head looking down over Monsal Trail cycle route which passes close to Tideswell. The Police motorcycle escorts came from as far as Devon and Wales and were at a loss for directions for alternative routes for drivers looking to get
We took advantage of the beautiful sunshine today to stroll for a couple of hours directly from The Cornerhouse Tideswell. Walking behind The Horse and Jockey pub to the leafy trail of Tideswell Dale and along to the stunning rock formation of Ravenstor. No climbers seen today but evidence here in the metal hooks on the steep rockface! Lucky, our golden retriever, was interested in paddling in the stream along the way to cool off, with ducks waddling off the stones in the sh
We visited EYAM ,the Plague village to see the beautiful well dressings as part of their Wakes week celebrations. The sun was shining and people bustled along the village streets and in cafes and pubs. Well Dressings are a tradition particular to The Peak District. Much work goes into each well dressing which is made up from leaves and petals onto clay and involves many people in each village over a period of time.
Welcome to our blog for The Cornerhouse, Tideswell. On here we will keep you updated with all new events, activites and news from Tideswell and the surrounding areas in the Peak District. We hope you like our new website and welcome any feedback on how you think we can make it better for you. Travelling around the local areas to take all the pictures for the website was thoroughly enjoyable, being able to see the breathtaking views during some lovely weather we have had here