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Delph Community Association

1 day 5 minutes ago

Thanks to our helpers for what looks like a truly epic clean up effort! 🍁🍂🍃

Delph Community Association

4 days 20 hours ago

Wow, there are now over 500 of you who have liked our page! Can any of our newbies join us at this month’s tidy up? Many hands make light work!

Delph Community Association

1 week 20 hours ago

Poppies at the ready! Join our remembrance ceremony on Thursday afternoon. We’ll be going through the final arrangements at tonight’s AGM, as well as planning next year’s events.

Delph Community Association

1 week 5 days ago

Looking like there’s better weather forecast for this weekend you’ll be pleased to know! We’d love to see your autumnal pics from while you’re out and about around the village!

Delph Community Association

2 weeks 6 hours ago

Come along to our AGM next Monday to hear about what we’ve been up to this year and our plans for next year. All welcome!

Delph Community Association

2 weeks 1 day ago

Come and join us at Delph Library for some half term fun with a Halloween treasure hunt and make your very own wand to take home!

Delph Community Association

2 weeks 5 days ago

We're almost at 500 likes - can you share our page and help us get there?

Delph Community Association

1 month 1 week ago

Thank you to yesterday’s helpers and to The Bank, Delph for the lovely brew afterwards - very kind! ☕️

Delph Community Association

1 month 3 weeks ago

Have you spotted the well dressing? We think it’s rather wonderful. Well done to the ladies who created it!

Did one of my favourite walks yesterday, over Lark Hill, down Castleshaw Valley into Delph village. Spent an hour or so sketching the White Lion pub. We used to live up this lane when I was growing up in the 70s, when the West Indies cricket star Sonny Ramadhin was landlord of the White Lion.

Yesterday was also the first day the well-dressing plaque went on display in the tiny gardens near the pub. This ancient tradition giving thanks for our water sources is being revived in Saddleworth. Delph no longer has a well so they chose a prominent spot where people would be able to see this exquisite handiwork. There was no indication of the floral artist's name unfortunately.