Derbyshire’s first community managed library is set to open its doors in April.
Public Health England has confirmed two further cases of COVID-19 (also known as Coronavirus) in Derbyshire, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the county to three.
A landmark partnership with Public Sector Plc has been agreed to help get the best out of the land and property we own.
More than 150 people from local businesses, housing developers, councils and other public bodies gathered at an event organised by ourselves today (3 March 2020) to explore how they can work together to help tackle climate change.
We have welcomed news that we are to get a £4.8 million share of a £93 million government fund to carry out vital highways work following a successful bid.
Parents across the county will hear about their child’s secondary school place on National Offer Day today (Monday 2 March).
We need foster carers to help us keep brothers and sisters in our care together.
A survey carried out by the University of Derby, on behalf of ourselves, is aiming to find out more about the county’s armed forces community.
We have made £100,000 available to help residents and businesses affected by recent flooding.
Are you having a clear out this spring? If you unearth any old, broken or unwanted electricals they could win you a cash prize.
Poet Laureate Simon Armitage is to visit our newest library as part of his national tour.
Derbyshire Walking For Health enthusiasts will be starting their walks with a very special warm-up routine next Thursday 20th February in Matlock.
Local voluntary and community sector groups in Derbyshire are being asked to help shape their future funding arrangements during a 12 week consultation.
New lights warning of approaching HGVs are set to be installed by Derbyshire County Council on the three roads leading to Darley Bridge.
We've approved the lowest council tax increase for 5 years.
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