The original painting of the area was commissioned by Six Streets from the artist Rebecca Morledge. Information on buying prints and cards HERE
Some people have kindly volunteered to deliver Welcome Letters to new neighbours on their street. Not all streets have a welcomer - if you would like to become one, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Autumn/Winter Newsletter is available here - check out the details of new ideas like At Homes, Craft Group and Walking Together, along with our winter "traditions" Advent Windows, Snow Patrol and Carol Singing...
The History Group has distributed a leaflet free to all houses in the area and what a wonderful leaflet it is! As well as being exceptionally well presented, there is such a wealth of detail that is hard to believe that all this work was done by just 5 people. Please go to the World War One page to download the research.
We were lucky with the weather on Monday 31st which helped the Cub's WaterAid and Markeaton PTFA's pop up cafes. There were amazing houses with the winner being new resident Robyn at the top of Statham St - Miss Haversham and the rocking chair clown got special mention. The judges chose an Owl pumpkin at the top of Bromley St, which Evie carved without adult help. Costumes were fantastic - where else could you see a man eating hippo and sugar skull painted face on .the same street?
The first At Home was very cheerful - many familiar faces, some who haven't been seen recently as well as some who haven't been in area long or not been involved with Six Streets before. The informal format with people bringing whatever they wanted to drink along with glasses to drink it out of plus nibbles seemed to go well - no fuss and bother for the host. At Homes are on the First Friday of the month - so make a note of 2nd December with the venue being 8a Park Grove