21 pictures you'll only remember if you live in this part of the Peak District

It’s the people that make a community from the school children to the business owners and in Bradwell that’s no different.

Wednesday, 3rd February 2021, 10:55 am
Who can you spot in these pictures taken in Bradwell over the years?
Who can you spot in these pictures taken in Bradwell over the years?

Check out these pictures going back to 1997 and see who you can spot in this community album.

Want more Peak District retro? Ashford in the water in the community pictures

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Pictured in 1997 was the Outlands Head Quarry being used as a dump site. The Site overlooks the village of Bradwell, and residents are unhappy about plans to use the site to dump Asbestos.Seen overlooking the site LtoR are, John Riddall, and Alan Yates the protest leader.

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Patsy and john Booth from the Bowling Green pub at Bradwell with their Chef Zoe Stevens in 1997

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Children from Bradwell junior school with the foundation for their Labyrinth in 2000
Triathlete Christine Milton, 51, training near her Bradwell home for the Iron Man Triathlon in Hawaii in 2002
Newburgh Engineering, Bradwell. Apprentices, left to right, Philip Whittaker, Jamie Cooper, Dave Oldfield, Chris Gorbutt, Sean Smith and Mark Elliott pictured in 2003
Tracy on the left and Jane on the right pictured selling Bradwell ice creams in 2003
Members of Bradwell Cycle Club, who raised £2,425.96 for Yorkshire Air Ambulance in 2005
Bradwell schoolchildren with musical instruments which have been made in a way that helps the environment in 2006
Lesley Badger of Bradwell and Jill Holcombe of Baslow have been made fellows of the Florilegium Society at Sheffield's Bortanical Gardens in recognition of their skill in botanical illustration in 2006
Angela Ruyan landlady of the Bowling Green Inn, Bradwell pictured in 2006
Chair Mike Emsen, Mary Bradwell and members of the Bradwell Historical Society pictured in 2006 who were researching and compiling for the book 'Bradwell After Seth', a modern tribute to resident and local historian Seth Evans.
Bradwell school children re-seed a wildflower meadow in 2006
Ferdi, King of Hearts, Phil Granby, and Gertie, Queen of Hearts, Marilyn Harrison, brought a touch of glamour to Bradwell's Centenary Players production of Puss in Boots in 2007
The opening of new Youth Shelter in Bradwell back in 2007, local beat officer Doug Eyre, parish clerk Steve Lawless, Lesley Tierney Northern Counties Housing Assoc., parish councillors Steve Eyre, Reg Davies and Chris Furness, Sarah Jackson from Derbyshire Dales council and Adele Metcalfe from the Peak Park
Three High Peak firemen recognised for long service: Albert Millen from Bradwell; Timothy Hutton from Whaley Bridge and Michael Merrick from Chapel
Bradwell Youth Centre opening in 2007, Jack Weston, Mark Middleton and Ben Brown with B Division commander Roger Flint, High Sheriff Roger Wardle and wife Sue
Bradwell Infants School celebrated its "Outstanding" Ofsted report. Pictured is headteacher Helen Smith with pupils in 2008
Chief Superintendent and Divisional Commander Roger Flint and Chief Constable Mick Creedon(centre) pictured with the Safer Neighbourhood Team after the opening of the new Hope Valley Police Station in Bradwell in 2008