Changes to community alarms will be considered next week. Cabinet will be asked on 27 July 2023 to agree to change the eligibility criteria for a community alarm.
Major repairs to Chesterfield’s Whittington Moor roundabout will start from 7pm on Monday for 8 nights.
Local residents and businesses hit by recent flooding including the torrential downpours on Saturday 8 July 2023 and during June 2023, can now apply for emergency financial help from a hardship fund set up by Derbyshire County Council.
We’ve backed a call for a Parliamentary debate on the subject of assisted dying.
Coffee shops across the county are the focus of a Trading Standards campaign aimed at ensuring customers with allergies are not being put at risk or misled by being sold contaminated products.
A Youth Employment Support Hub (YES) initiative we have set up in Chesterfield has been so successful that it will be continued and extended to offer more face-to-face help and county wide online support.
As Derbyshire kids are counting down until school’s out for the summer, students from the Toyota City Junior marching band in Japan are gearing up for a trip to Derbyshire in early August.
School pupils will continue to receive hot, healthy and nutritious meals of the same quality and size despite soaring food and staffing costs as we pledge to prioritise children’s health and protect local jobs.
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?
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