Last night saw Village SOS – feature our very own village of Tideswell. I for those who don’t know am an ex-resident, but still get there regularly to visit family and friends.
A group of residents have been in involved in setting up The Tideswell School of Food and the Taste Tideswell Brand.
I had been warned by friends on Facebook that opinion about the project is quite split. We posted a thread about the program on The Facebook group Let’s Debate.
I’m keen to hear from an Tideswell residents just what you think of the School of Food and what your thoughts were on the way the village was portrayed. (if you missed the show, here it is.)
Village SOS – Tideswell
Before you leave your comment though, the other night I tried to think of all the shops that have closed since I was a kid in the village, here’s the list…
Over the years we have lost….The video shop/The bottom shop, Eric Jones, Grocers, Chapmans Newsagents, The Ex Servicemans Club/ Cross Daggers Inn…The 1st Drop Inn, Jeans wool shop, Alan Burns Electricals, The Halifax, The (original)Post office, Audrey Hopkins Shoe shop, Anne Smiths Grocery, Kenworthy’s The undertakers, Ron Hall’s Butchers, Warringtons News, Maderia House restaurant, Mick Bethels Petrol station/Garage, and Chapel House Turnery, Peak Posies, The Launderette, and perhaps one or two more I can’t think of.