Tideswell Bonfire and Fireworks – Saturday 5th November 2016
The Tideswell and District Community Association are delighted to announce the annual Tideswell Bonfire and Fireworks night on Saturday 5th November 2016 starting at 6:30pm until 9:00pm.
Come and join us at Bishop Pursglove School to celebrate the night with refreshments and the Tideswell Band playing from 6:30pm. Tickets are available in advance from Tideswell Post Office:
- Adult – £4.50
- Child – £2.50 (primary school and under)
- Family – £12.00 (2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children)
You can also purchase tickets on the night:
- Adult – £5.00
- Child – £3.00 (primary school and under)
- Family – £13.00 (2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children)
Please make sure to bring a torch and we look forward to seeing you on the evening!
What is a Community Association?
Basically the Tideswell & District Community Association is an umbrella body based in the local community that supports other community organisations. Our proposed constitution can be found here.
What can it do?
It can raise money, give out grants, work on its own account to provide things for the community or work with other bodies to do so.
When does the Committee meet?
We get together around six times a year. Details of the next meeting can be obtained from the Secretary, Maureen Douglas: firstname.lastname@example.org
Who’s on the Committee?
TDCA has a President, a Chairperson, Treasurer and Secretary, and a small committee. We are always happy to welcome new people to join us on the committee. President: Julia Fell Chair: Amanda Cookson Treasurer: Alan Brignall Secretary: Maureen Douglas
What has TDCA done for the area?
The Tideswell & District Community Association has been around for more than 21 years. We have raised money and given grants to many local organisations, such as Pre-School, Tideswell School, Living History Project, Visit Tideswell Accommodation Group, Tideswell Allotment Association, Fountain Square Church Flower Show & St John’s Ambulance. We also started off the Sports Association and are still the accountable body. We also add colour to Tideswell by planting some wooden troughs with some blooming lovely plants. These are distributed round the village and kept watered and tidy by people close by. Newcomers to the area can have a “Welcome Pack” that we have put together. It contains lots of vital information about local groups, useful telephone numbers, and where to go for all your essentials. It is available for collection at Peaches Fruit & Vegetable Shop or contact Dorothy Whitehouse 871661