We have made a fund of £20,000 available to help residents and businesses affected by flooding over the past few days.
Time to Talk Derbyshire continues throughout February and along with it comes a new mental health and suicide prevention awareness project for local groups to sign up to.
We have made impressive progress, carried out excellent work and are in a strong position to deliver results for residents according to a new report.
Residents are invited to find out how they could do something amazing and become one of our foster carers.
Derbyshire and Derby residents looking for impartial advice and practical tips on how to stay warm at home and cut their energy usage can ring the ‘Warmer Derby and Derbyshire’ service free of charge.
A hornbeam tree has been planted by Derbyshire County Council’s Civic Chairman to mark the authority’s support for the Queen’s Green Canopy – a nationwide tree-planting initiative created to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Community groups, clubs, local charities and non-profit organisations can now apply to our Derbyshire Grants scheme.
We have given grants totalling nearly £50,000 to community and voluntary sector organisations that are continuing to support local people through the COVID-19 pandemic.
We have set out our budget for the year ahead and agreed a council tax increase of 3% which is 2% lower than permitted by central government.
Derbyshire and Derby have been recognised as national ‘Levelling Up’ leaders with the government announcing today that they had secured a County Deal set to bring substantial investment to the area.
We welcome news announced today that the county is one of the areas to be included in new Government plans to transform education.
To celebrate National Storytelling Week our library service is launching a creative writing competition for young people.
Mental health issues affect one in four people but it can still feel hard to open up and talk about how we’re feeling.
Newly installed highways signs in and around Chesterfield will help to provide information to road users including parking advice and traffic conditions.
Barbers, hairdressers and beauticians across Derbyshire have another chance to take part in free, online mental health training.
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