From Thursday 5 November the Government has announced a month-long lockdown across the whole of England. From Thursday the new national lockdown rules will replace the current tier 2 high alert measures across the county. Stay safe – do it for Derbyshire.
We are going to surface dress 16 miles of roads starting on 1 June which will take around 8 weeks to complete.
Statement from Councillor Alex Dale, Cabinet Member for Young people at Derbyshire County Council
A joint statement from Derbyshire leaders ahead of this bank holiday weekend.
Could you be a care hero? We are looking to recruit care workers to support some of Derbyshire’s most vulnerable residents during the coronavirus outbreak.
The county council’s Careers Coaches are giving free help to groups who have been affected by the current situation.
The Leader of Derbyshire County Council has pledged to work with partners to support Rolls-Royce workers after the company announced it is to shed 9,000 jobs due to a downturn in the civil aviation business caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
We have cancelled Derbyshire Woodland Festival, that was due to take place on 19 and 20 September at Elvaston Castle Country Park, along with many other events planned for our countryside sites.
We’ve teamed up with Chatsworth Estate to offer free accommodation to frontline NHS staff to support them in their roles and help them isolate from vulnerable family.
Work on a major Erewash road is to re-start at the beginning of June 2020.
Our household waste recycling centres will reopen with restrictions in place from Monday 18 May – but residents are only advised to visit them if they have waste they cannot store safely at home.
A brand new state-of-the-art care home is to be used to help support Derbyshire residents through the coronavirus pandemic.
Car parks at our countryside sites will re-open from Wednesday 13 May 2020, in line with latest Government guidance.
We need foster carers to help us look after vulnerable children now more than ever and a national campaign is helping us shine a light on the need to find loving homes for the children in our care.
We are marking the bicentenary of the birth of Florence Nightingale by honouring nurses and care workers as they continue to work under difficult circumstances to care for people during the coronavirus outbreak.
We're offering support to community groups, clubs and charities that are at the heart of our communities and show Derbyshire Spirit
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