A new project aiming to improve the mental health and wellbeing of young people across Derbyshire is getting off the ground thanks to our funding.
We are offering help to schools across the county to support their students who may be dealing with the emotional impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
We are now accepting applications for infant, junior or primary school places for September 2021.
We're backing a national campaign to encourage people to have more open conversations about their money and pensions.
Proposals we have drawn-up for an Ashbourne bypass will take a step forward later this month with the launch of a public consultation for people to have their say on the route the road could take.
Residents across Derbyshire are being encouraged to have their say on our budget and services as well as giving their thoughts on where they live and the support they get in a wide-ranging survey, which has just been launched.
Chesterfield is set to become a mental health friendly space thanks to our funding.
We will mark Remembrance Day with a small socially distanced ceremony.
An extra £50,000 is being allocated to groups in Derbyshire who are supporting local communities during the coronavirus pandemic.
Derbyshire’s Director of Public Health today urged residents to do the right thing and follow the government’s new national lockdown measures.
A service that cuts the grass for many of Derbyshire’s schools has transferred to Vertas Derbyshire Ltd, a joint venture set up by us with Suffolk County Council.
Work has started on a multi-million pound scheme to unlock land for employment and housing development in Ashbourne.
Work to build a new road linking Woodville and Swadlincote has started paving the way for regeneration in South Derbyshire.
A countywide ‘high’ COVID-19 local alert level – also known as tier 2– will come into force across Derbyshire, it has been announced today.
We're offering careers advice and support for people looking to find a new job or training.
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