The Village Voice is aimed at readers living or working in and around Tideswell, and for visitors to the area. It is written as a news and information organ, reflecting local interests.

Content is drawn from many sources, including the Peak District's national park authority; county, district and parish councils; health and welfare groups; clubs and societies; community influencers; and other individuals.

The Village Voice features are particularly popular. These include "Back Page Sport", "Diary", "Health & Wellbeing", "Photo Memories" and "Top Class". Involvement of readers is encouraged. There are "Your Mail", "From Me To You" and "Guest Writer" columns. You can use a feedback response form on this website. Or go to The Village Voice on Facebook and Twitter.

The editorial to advertising split gives a minimum 60% editorial. This ensures sufficient room for all the news and features, while giving businesses and groups promotional space, thereby providing the revenue to publish
The Village Voice.

When you have items that you would like considering for inclusion – news, an activity report, forthcoming event, contribution to a regular column – contact Alan Page, via the
news@villagevoicetidza.uk address, deadline 15th of each month. Include high resolution photo files where possible. Material will be edited to fit space and style, but little is left out.

You might care to go on the mailing list for electronic copies, which are sent out a day or two ahead of by-hand deliveries. Please provide your email details to
news@villagevoicetidza.uk or use the Response Form.