We are working in partnership with Joined up Care Derbyshire to offer health and wellbeing support this winter.
Ten former councillors who have made a significant contribution to Derbyshire County Council are now Honorary Aldermen and Alderwomen.
An urgent safety alert has been issued about using baby self-feeding pillows with people being warned to stop using or selling them immediately.
Residents are invited to sign up to learn something new with our Adult Community Education Service.
Local residents are invited to share their opinions about proposals to improve road safety along the A5004 between Buxton and Whaley Bridge.
Derbyshire County Council has signalled challenging times are ahead as it joins other local authorities across the country to warn of budget pressures due to rising costs and demand for services.
The works to rebuild the road have been complex due to the challenges involved with working on an active landslip.
Proposals to help more Derbyshire people lead safe, independent lives in their own homes for longer are due to be considered by our Cabinet.
Voluntary, community and charity organisations are encouraged to apply for one of our grants to support residents this winter.
We are asking residents who live between Chesterfield and Alfreton, or who use the A61 in this area, to take part in a survey about changing traffic speed limits on the road.
Maintenance work is due to take place at Osborne’s Pond in Shipley Country Park this week.
Carers in Derbyshire can find support, information and advice at a number of events being held around the county and online for Carers’ Rights Day 2022.
A footbridge seriously damaged by an HGV has been replaced, reopening a stretch of the county’s High Peak Trail.
A public consultation about devolution for Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Derby, and Nottingham has begun.
We welcome funding for the arts, culture and creativity across Derby and Derbyshire totalling almost £13.6 million over 3 years.
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