The Bugle is the monthly community magazine for Alport, Youlgrave and Middleton by Youlgrave, delivered free of charge to over 650 households and available in local shops and pubs. It began in 1998 and remains an entirely volunteer-run operation, funded by local sponsorship and adverts. Please get in touch if you want to support us!
ROYAL BRITISH LEGION SEEKS VOLUNTEERS: The Youlgrave Branch of the Royal British Legion is currently seeking volunteers to assist with collections during this year’s Poppy Appeal. As well as carrying out well-known activities such as the support and welfare of ex-service personnel, the annual Poppy Appeal and the Remembrance Day Service, the Youlgrave Branch also arranges a number of social activities for members. In the past year these included an annual Christmas social evening, a visit to the Newark Air Museum (the home of over 70 Cold-War era aircraft) and a summer barbecue. The Legion always welcomes new members. You do not have to have previously served in the forces and both male and female applicants are welcome. Members under the age of 18 enjoy the privilege of free membership. If you are interested in either volunteering for the Poppy Appeal or in becoming a member of The Legion please contact either David Camm (636576) or David Sidery (636164).
YOULGRAVE CINEMA LAUNCHES NEW SEASON – the popular village film club is now in its 17th season (yes, 17!!) and the 2019-20 selections are the usual interesting, enjoyable and eclectic mix. You can join for the whole season of nine films, or pay on the door per film. Everyone is welcome. For more details go to the film club’s page here or download the new brochure Youlgrave cinema programme 5 2019_20
– LOCAL FEATURES –
Youlgrave’s historic field names mapped out
Retired Youlgrave architect Peter Knowles has compiled this fascinating map of the village showing that many of the surrounding fields were once known by individual names.
‘Youlgrave to Ypres’
Anne and John Cooper report on a memorable and moving experience as Youlgrave’s hand-crafted memorial was taken to Ypres, a special trip involving 86 local people and the village’s Silver Band.
What have the tourists ever done for us?
Ian Thurman on the spending value and potential of Youlgrave’s visitors.
The curious case of the Youlgrave by-pass
Andrew McCloy explains that 30 years ago plans for a by-pass around our little village actually reached the drawing board.