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We’re asking community groups looking for a new challenge for 2022 to consider running one of our libraries.
We will consider proposals next week to keep a rise in council tax as low as possible while continuing to protect and invest in vital services and managing ongoing significant budget pressures.
Derbyshire residents are being encouraged to make 2022 the year they consider becoming foster carers for us.
Community projects and groups that support people across Derbyshire are set to benefit from our new £1.5million grant scheme.
A £58million investment in the county’s roads and pavements is due to be discussed at a meeting of our Cabinet this week.
Foster carers in Derbyshire are set to receive £1,000 if they recommend a friend who goes on to become a foster carer.
Parents who have yet to apply for their child’s infant, junior or primary school place for September 2022 are being encouraged to do so before the deadline in mid-January.
Council leaders from across Derbyshire have sent a joint plea to government for more financial support for the county’s hospitality and leisure industry.
The winner of a poetry competition run by our libraries service has been announced.
A new £13.4 million road linking Woodville and Swadlincote has opened in time for Christmas, bringing opportunities for new housing, business development and land redevelopment.
Our public health team will be handing out free COVID-19 lateral flow test kits in several Derbyshire towns over the next 3 days.
We're appealing for more foster carers to help look after more than 900 children in our care – including many set to experience their first Christmas in care.
There’s no need for the children to be bored during the Christmas holidays with a huge range of free, fun activities on offer at community centres, village halls and schools across the county.
Work to repair and restore Browns Swing Bridge at the High Peak Junction on Cromford Canal is now complete thanks to us and The Friends of Cromford Canal.
Derbyshire residents keeping poultry or other captive birds are being strongly urged to follow strict nationwide rules brought in by the government to help stop the spread of bird flu.
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