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Welcome to the updated Monyash Website
We’re now mobile-friendly and more accessible. Our menu is a bit different and the look and feel of the site are new, but the content is pretty much unchanged.

Check out the News below and explore the site using the links in the menu at the top of the page.

This site contains pages of information about our village; b&b and holiday cottage accommodation, weather forecasts, maps and directions, parish council meeting papers and minutes, local amenities and events, the village’s history, and lots more…

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News items
  • From Monday 20th September, the church will be open every day from 10:00 to 15:00. This will be kept under review, depending on how COVID plays out during the winter.
  • The Playground Committee urgently needs new members, or it may close on 31st October. Please visit the Play Area webpage here for more details.
  • A Harvest Festival service will be held in St Leonard’s at 6pm on Sunday 19th September. Full details, including where and when to leave foodback donations, are in the flyer which you can view or download here.
  • The vacancy for a Priest in Charge to run the White Peak group (which incudes St Leonard’s) combined with the Youlgreave Benefice has been advertised. More details on the St Leonard’s webpage.
  • Pilates classes on Tuesday evenings and Wednesday mornings start 14th/15th September. More dates in our Diary and details on our Pilates page.
  • There will be a Ceilidh to help support the Village Hall on Saturday 2 nd October. Full details, including ticket arrangements, are in this flyer which you can view or download.
  • DDDC is making its car parks free to use after 2pm throughout September. See this webpage for details.
  • There’s a whole new set of mobile library visits scheduled, up to mid-December. Full details on this County Council webpage.
  • The new village website went live on 17th August. We always welcome feedback so let us know what you think via our Contact Us page. We’re always looking for new community events to add to the diary as well.
  • Wake up world!” In the light of the latest IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) report, the Church of England has called for immediate action. You can find more details on our St Leonard’s page.
  • Crafternoon continues to meet fortnightly on Friday afternoons. £1.50 for tea and cake, with crafts and chat. Dates in our diary.
  • Derbyshire Districts Citizens Advice offers help on a range of issues. See our News page for their phone number and more details.

Visit our News page for more details.

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If you can’t find any information which you think might be useful, or if you think we have missed something out, please e-mail us from our “Contact Us” page, which you can find in the menu bar at the top of every page.  We will be pleased to read your suggestions.

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