We are supporting the launch of a fleet of electric bicycles by a local charity.
Changes are to be made to the admission arrangements for Mickley Infant and Nursery School, near Clay Cross, and Brackenfield Special School in Long Eaton following a decision taken by our Cabinet.
A unique opportunity to retrain in the field of alternative energy opened today with the launch of our Green Entrepreneurs Scholarship Scheme.
All primary schools in Derbyshire are being asked to help support a healthy eating campaign from our catering service.
People in Derbyshire interested in fostering are being urged to sign up to receive 6 bulletins giving them further information on how they could help look after a child in need.
A crowdfunding campaign has been launched to buy a recently re-discovered nightwatchmen’s logbook detailing the `goings-on’ in Belper by night in the 1830s.
Our annual surface dressing programme will start mid-July 2021 which will improve the surface of roads across the county.
A multi-million pound scheme to unlock land for employment and housing in Ashbourne has taken another step forward with the completion of a new roundabout that will link the development to the A52.
‘Just Say No’ is the message from our Trading Standards to residents faced with aggressive doorstep callers and rogue traders.
Our new Civic Chairman is looking forward to the year ahead and intends to fly the flag for Derbyshire and proudly promote all that the county has to offer over the next 12 months.
We're using almost a quarter of a million pounds to help local residents who have to self-isolate because of COVID-19.
Young people are being sought to take part in a song writing workshop for Derbyshire libraries.
We are joining in to mark national Relationship and Sex Education Day on 24 June.
People who live or work in Glossopdale are being urged to remain vigilant as coronavirus cases continue to rise, including the Delta variant which spreads more easily.
More than 900 people answered the call to carry out testing as part of a co-ordinated response to rising COVID-19 infection rates.
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