Five more bus services are set to have additional services thanks to investment by us and the government.
Plans are shaping up for our 22nd Derbyshire Woodland Festival to be held at Elvaston Castle Country Park on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 September 2023.
Working with partners, a clean-up operation is underway in Matlock town centre, following unexpectedly heavy showers and thunderstorms on Saturday 8 July 2023.
Efforts to address society’s neglect of nature are being stepped up with the government appointing us to a new role to take the lead in protecting and prioritising nature in Derby and Derbyshire.
Children in Derbyshire are being urged to get on their marks for the Summer Reading Challenge, which is due to arrive in our libraries this summer.
Local residents and visitors to Derbyshire are being offered free bus rides on 6 summer Sunday mornings giving people an opportunity to enjoy the sights and attractions of the county.
Why not sign up to learn something new this autumn with our Adult Community Education Service?
Residents can have a say on proposals to change Derbyshire County Council’s community care charging policy to make it fairer, sustainable and protect those most in need.
Residents using 2 county libraries will be able to give their views on plans to relocate them following the launch of consultations into the proposals.
The A6 Derwent Way, Matlock, closed since August 2022 for the Environment Agency to carry out vital flood protection work, will reopen early September.
Our councillors and councillors from Derbyshire Dales District Council visited a verge in Wirksworth that is part of a pilot project to let verges grow for longer to help nature.
A Derbyshire couple have spoken of their experience of hosting a Ukrainian family to encourage more people to come forward and open up their home to help.
Staff, students and invited guests celebrated the official opening of the new Breadsall CofE Primary School building on Friday 23 June 2023.
A boost to local bus services is coming for residents between Derby, Belper, Matlock, Bakewell and Buxton thanks to investment by us and the Government.
We are encouraging Derbyshire residents to look at healthy relationships and how we can be kind to each other during national Relationship and Sex Education Day.
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