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World champion Katie

By Judy Brown on Sunday, 03 June, 2018

Katie Toft, Chinley’s para-cycling star, came home from the UCI World Championships at Rio de Janeiro in March as a world champion herself, bearing gold, silver and a rainbow jersey.

World champion Katie

Tuesday, 27 March, 2018

Gold and silver medals fell to Katie Toft at the 2018 UCI Paracycling Track World Championships at Rio de Janeiro this week

Petition handed to local MP calling for better access to Chinley Station

Sunday, 22 October, 2017

MEMBERS of Chinley & Buxworth Transport Group and local residents turned out in force to hand a petition to High Peak MP, Ruth George calling for better access to Chinley Station.

Chinley Primary School delighted as Ruth George MP visits new facility

Wednesday, 11 October, 2017

Ruth George, MP for High Peak, was delighted to visit Chinley Primary School yesterday (Thursday 5 October), to see their new multi-use games area (MUGA). The new playing surface was installed thanks to investment from the Premier League & The FA Facilities Fund, which provides grants towards developing new or refurbished grassroots football facilities.

Katie’s paracycling career goes from strength to strength

By by Judy Brown on Wednesday, 13 July, 2016

Katie Toft’s paracycling career goes from strength to strength. The 23-year-old athlete from Chinley has won double gold in two national championships: the British National Paracycling Time Trial Championship at Sutton Bonington, followed by the British National Road Circuit Championship at Darley Moor near Ashbourne. Recently she added a bronze award in a national time-trial event in Worcestershire (CTT Series round 3) and is getting ready for the Paracycling World Cup meeting in Ostend. Katie competes in the C3 category, where C3 indicates the type and level of disability; in her case cerebral palsy.

Kieran's Life-Saving 250 mile run

By Sheila Armstrong on Sunday, 15 May, 2016

AS the Review went to press a Buxworth man was due to undertake a gruelling 250 mile run over five days to raise money for a life-saving defibrillator in his local telephone box.

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