We will be contacting landowners for the area surrounding the route of a new road proposed in Ashbourne in the coming weeks as work to develop the plans progress.
We are encouraging parents of children aged 3 to 18 to check their eligibility for free school meals.
The handover of the new Harrington Junior School building in Long Eaton has been completed. The school, which was rebuilt after it was destroyed by a fire in 2020, welcomed pupils back this week.
470 jobs were created at Markham Vale last year in one of the largest ever annual totals recorded at our flagship industrial and logistics scheme near Chesterfield.
A wide range of community groups, clubs, local charities, and non-profit organisations have had a cash boost thanks to our Derbyshire Grants scheme since we launched it back in January.
Plans are shaping up for the 21st Derbyshire Woodland Festival at Elvaston Castle Country Park on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 September.
Volunteers throughout the county are being called on to help clear snow and ice from Derbyshire’s roads and pavements this winter.
Two of Derbyshire’s roads that were ranked in the top 50 of the highest risk roads in England are to benefit from a £5.6 million of government grant from the Safer Roads Fund.
The government has confirmed that a £1.14 billion devolution deal is on offer for the East Midlands, covering Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Derby, and Nottingham.
World Suicide Prevention Day is on Saturday 10 September.
Users of Derbyshire County Council’s library in Wingerworth who have borrowed books from there will not have to return them until 1 December 2022 due to on-going refurbishment works on the building.
The COVID-19 pandemic impacted the health and wellbeing of everyone – including young people.
The A57, known as the Snake Pass, is to be closed for 4 weeks from 26 September 2022 so that specialist contractors working for Derbyshire County Council can carry out an investigation into the causes of the landslip at Alport.
We've been awarded £47 million to improve bus services over the next two and a half years.
Thousands of students across the county are preparing to receive their A-level and GCSE results.
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