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Royal British Legion Bakewell Branch Centenary Event

On Saturday 11th September 2021 from 9am until late afternoon the Bakewell Branch of the Royal British Legion will be holding an event on the Recreation Ground to mark its centenary.

Military bands, choirs, vintage Rolls Royces and motorcycles. Auctioneer Charles Hanson will be giving free valuations – so bring your antiques. He will also be holding a charity auction (please contact Bill Storey to make donations). Money raised goes to the Bakewell Branch of the RBL and the Poppy Appeal. All are welcome.

Posted: Mon, 06 Sep 2021 08:39 by John Rowe

Casual Vacancy

The Electoral Officer of Derbyshire Dales District Council has advised that the above vacancy should be filled by co-option.

Nominations from individuals interested in being co-opted are invited. Please send your nomination to include name, address and telephone/email details to the Town Clerk by email or post to the address below.

Closing date

9am Friday 3rd September 2021

Co-option will take place by interview at a meeting of the Town Council to be held at More »

7pm on Monday 6th September 2021

John Rowe, Town Clerk & RFO

Clerk's Office, Town Hall, The Square, Bakewell DE45 1BT


Telephone 07717 137 526 » Less

Posted: Wed, 04 Aug 2021 09:02 by John Rowe

Retirement Presentation to Bakewell Councillor

Retirement Presentation to Bakewell Councillor

Mayor of Bakewell, Cllr Hilary Young (right) presents Councillor John Riley (centre) with a cake emblazoned with the Town Crest to mark his recent retirement from the Town Council. Wendy Riley is on the left of the photograph.

John served on the Town Council for many years, first becoming a Councillor in the late 1960s.

Posted: Wed, 04 Aug 2021 09:01 by John Rowe