More than £800,000 is being allocated to help support people in Derbyshire who are struggling to afford essentials during the coronavirus pandemic.
We are highlighting a raft of new support services aiming to help reduce the number of suicides in Derbyshire.
Proposals to carry out major repairs and refurbishment at three of our care homes are set to be discussed next week.
A report outlining a £35 million investment programme to make Elvaston Castle Country Park a sustainable visitor attraction with more visitors and increased income is set to be considered by our Cabinet next week (Thursday 10 September).
A detailed report into the flooding across large parts of Derbyshire in November 2019 will be considered at a meeting on 10 September.
Cleaning, caretaking and property design services have successfully been transferred from Derbyshire County Council to new joint venture companies.
Harrington Junior School will welcome pupils back to their new temporary home on Friday 4 September.
Residents can now book on to more free online and remote learning adult education taster courses.
Writers in Derbyshire are being offered the opportunity to sign up for online workshops that we are supporting this autumn.
Derbyshire school pupils are being urged to apply for a free b_line card, so they can take advantage of the county council’s travel discount scheme.
Schools across Derbyshire are preparing to reopen their doors next month to all pupils.
Fifteen new statues have been have been added to the ‘Walking Together’ mining memorial at our Markham Vale Business Park to commemorate miners who tragically lost their lives in 3 disasters at Markham Colliery.
Community groups, clubs and charities that work with young people are being invited by us to apply for a share of £220,000.
A pop-up drive-through coronavirus testing site will be in place in Ilkeston town centre this week from Friday 14 August to Monday 17 August.
We have a new Civic Chairman, Councillor Judith Twigg.
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