From Thursday 5 November the Government has announced a month-long lockdown across the whole of England. From Thursday the new national lockdown rules will replace the current tier 2 high alert measures across the county. Stay safe – do it for Derbyshire.
We've approved the lowest council tax increase for 5 years.
To mark National Apprenticeship Week (3 to 9 February) Derbyshire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Council Services, Councillor Angelique Foster, has been out and about to meet one of the council’s apprentices.
We have decided to introduce revised opening hours at 7 libraries.
More life-size steel figures honouring miners who lost their lives in 3 disasters at Markham Colliery are to be added to a memorial project following a £30,000 funding boost.
An exhibition of art that shines a spotlight on a time when communities and artists were affected by war and persecution is planned at Buxton Museum and Art Gallery.
Derbyshire residents are being offered their chance to give their views on proposals to close 7 of our care homes. The homes need significant work including comprehensive re-wiring. A further 3 homes require refurbishment to ensure the safety of elderly residents.
A climate-friendly car initiative being driven forward by Derbyshire County Council has been given the green light.
An artefact from Derbyshire County Council’s Buxton Museum and Art Gallery is to play a part in the Natural History Museum’s latest exhibition – Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature.
We have approved more than £147,000 of funding to organisations helping people recover from drug and alcohol dependency.
Libraries in Derbyshire are taking part in a national scheme to help children look after their mental health and wellbeing.
Derbyshire County Council is pressing ahead with plans to build a new care home in Cotmanhay to replace Hazelwood Home for Older People.
Derwent Valley Line Community Rail Partnership (CRP), sponsored by us, has received the seal of approval from government.
More than £650,000 is being spent to boost cycling around Pleasley in a project we're leading.
A ground-breaking ceremony has been held to officially mark the start of work on a new £5.3 million state-of-the-art Derbyshire primary school which will be open to its first pupils in September 2020.
We are urging householders and businesses affected by last year’s floods to get in touch.
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