Derbyshire’s Director for Public Health Dean Wallace is urging people who live and work in Long Eaton not to let their guard down and get tested regularly for COVID-19 following a large outbreak in a school.
Home composting is at the heart of good gardening and in support of International Compost Awareness Week we are encouraging residents to have a go and we’re also dispelling some of the myths about composting. Plus, there’s the chance to win a compost bin
Thousands of Derbyshire residents will go to the polls this Thursday to cast their votes in our elections.
Derbyshire residents who are Deaf or have hearing loss can find out more about what support is available at a series of roadshows we’re running during Deaf Awareness Week 2021.
Residents keen to find out area by area results in our forthcoming elections in May can register now for email alerts.
Parents across the county find out about their child’s primary, infant or junior school place.
The names of all the candidates standing for Derbyshire County Council in the local elections on 6 May 2021 have been announced.
Derbyshire mourns the death of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
Derbyshire’s Director of Public Health is urging residents to support the county’s economy safely as outdoor hospitality, non-essential shops and other venues re-open from Monday (12 April 2021).
Free coronavirus testing kits will be available to everyone without symptoms at Derbyshire County Council’s community testing centres.
Poet Laureate Simon Armitage is to visit our newest library as part of his national A to Z Libraries Tour.
Businesses across Derbyshire are being reminded by the county’s Director of Public Health to register to receive free coronavirus testing kits for employees that cannot work from home.
We are holding some Easter events despite the ongoing restrictions. Many of these are online and all our activities are COVID-secure and follow the latest Government guidance.
Organisations in Derbyshire are being invited to bid for funding to deliver projects that will get people back into work and boost the local economy.
Derbyshire’s director of public health is urging caution as the county begins to emerge from national lockdown restrictions.
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