We're backing plans to create community shops across Derbyshire to support local residents.
We're discussing the possible relocation of Killamarsh Library with North East Derbyshire District Council.
We have set out our key priorities for the next 4 years in our new Council Plan.
A memorial woodland will be created in Derbyshire to remember and honour more than 2,000 local people who have died with COVID-19 in the last 12 months.
More than 130 people from businesses and community groups across Derbyshire joined the virtual launch of our Green Entrepreneurs Fund this week.
Shipley Country Park became home to 30 new Sakura cherry trees this week.
We know that keeping learning and connecting with others is really important for people’s mental health and is one of the ‘Five Ways to Wellbeing’.
For young children every experience is a learning opportunity. Early years settings such as nurseries, pre-schools and child minders offer a variety of opportunities for children to learn.
As a result of the pandemic, children and young people may experience a range of mental health and wellbeing issues. The majority of these issues will be normal reactions to their experiences over the last few months; others may have new, different or increased mental health needs.
We are appealing to people to ‘Make a Difference’ by becoming a care worker supporting some of Derbyshire’s most vulnerable residents.
As of January 2021, all primary schools catered for by Derbyshire Catering Service (DCS) have been accredited with at least the Silver ‘Food for Life Served Here’ Award and all secondary schools the Bronze ‘Food for Life Served Here’ Award.
With spring just around the corner, Derbyshire is set to blossom this year with the arrival of 100 new Sakura cherry trees.
Additional funding for us is being provided, as the Government extends the COVID Winter Grant Scheme to cover the April school holidays.
Some of the most rural parts of Derbyshire are waiting to find out if their application for help to speed broadband has been successful.
Daher Aerospace Limited is the latest business to join Derbyshire County Council and Henry Boot Development’s flagship regeneration site Markham Vale creating 23 new jobs.
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