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  • Glossop

    In the Domesday Book of 1086, the Glossop name refers to the hamlet that was small that to a recorded ancient parish gave its name, and then the manor given by William I of England to William Peverel. Glossop, Dinting, Padfield, Whitfield, Simmondley, Charlesworth, Chunal, Ludworth, Chisworth and nine more: Thornsett, Mellor, Whittle (Whitle), Rowarth, Ollersett, Beard, Little Hayfield, Hayfield, Kinder, Phoside, Chinley, Brownside, and Bugsworth include townships of the manor that the Glossop ancient parish consisted of.

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    Dinting, Padfield, Chunal, Charlesworth, Simmondley, Chisworth, Ludworth, Whitfield, and the Glossop village, called Old Glossop includes the territory that the Manor of Glossop was made up of. Conferring the manor of Glossop on Basingwerk Abbey, the mention of a church in Glossop is in the charter of 1157. Between 1898 and 1915, Glossop North End were members of Football League and around the turn of the 20th century played in Division One.

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    Holding vinyl listening sessions on the second Thursday of each month, at Glossop Labour Club is the Glossop Record Club. Part of the Peak District Mountain Rescue Organisation, the Mountain Rescue Team of Glossop that volunteer provide search and rescue services. Featured on the BBC's Songs of Praise, Glossop Victorian Weekend was the biggest event in Glossop.

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    With its riverside footpath and mature trees, Harehills Park has been identified by Glossop Vision as an open space, and was donated by the 2nd Lord Howard of Glossop as a First World War memorial. When they amalgamated with Derbyshire Constabulary, Glossop Police remained independent until 1947. When West of the High Street to a 3 feet (0.9 m) depth was flooded, Glossop has a history of flooding, the most recent being in 2002.

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    Run by CAMRA and featuring over 30 beers and a barbecue in Glossop's Labour Club, running parallel was the Beer Festival of Glossop with Victorian Weekend. In the peat moorland commonly known as the Dark Peak, it lies on a River Etherow tributary, the Brook of Glossop. Under the Local Government Act 1958, Glossop was in the "South East Lancashire Special Review Area" and the 1969 Redcliffe-Maud Report recommended inclusion in a metropolitan area for North East Cheshire-South East Lancashire.

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    Built St Charles's and St Mary's, Glossop, Ellisons and Norfolks and Francis Sumner were Catholic. Carboniferous Millstone Grit areas, sandstone and shales lie beneath Glossop. Established in 1976, Glossop Operatic and Dramatic Society is a musical/drama society. Every Saturday, Glossop's parkrun takes place in Manor Park.

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