Residents who haven’t yet had their say in our annual survey are being encouraged to do it now as the deadline approaches.
Proposals to consult on the future of accommodation for older and disabled people in a number of our residential care homes will be discussed next week.
A pioneering project of ours, funded by the Museums Association, has been hailed a success after new homes were found for more than 2,000 pieces of art and other historical artefacts.
Parents can now apply for their child’s infant, junior or primary school place for September 2022.
Detailed proposals to regenerate Elvaston Castle’s historic grounds have been made available to view ahead of planning applications being submitted for the first phase of a £35 million regeneration programme.
Lea Road has had a further landslip, following heavy rain last weekend.
Cabinet members at Derby City Council and Derbyshire County Council will be asked to approve a recommendation to develop a business case for the future of the waste treatment facility in Sinfin at their respective Council Cabinet meetings next week (Wednesday 10 November 2021).
A Derbyshire librarian has won a prestigious national award for her work supporting people with sight loss and helping to combat isolation during the coronavirus pandemic.
One of our school catering service apprentices has won a national award for his work to reduce food waste in primary and junior schools.
Sleetmoor United FC will soon get a new full size floodlit 3G football pitch at the club’s site in Swanwick thanks to a partnership with us.
Volunteers throughout the county are being called on to help clear snow and ice from Derbyshire’s roads and pavements this winter.
Two new carbon-cutting projects have become the first to get funding from Derbyshire County Council’s Green Entrepreneurs Fund as part of a county-wide drive to help tackle climate change.
More than 1,400 people turned out to see the first instalment of Shine A Light at the weekend in a stunning display of light and sound set against the backdrop of Chatsworth, the home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire.
Work to build a new road linking Woodville and Swadlincote will be completed by our highways team following the administration of a contractor.
People who keep birds are being urged to take steps now to reduce the risk of their flocks catching avian flu this winter.
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