It’s been just over a year since all 8 district and borough councils, working closely with us, waived council tax for young people leaving care.
At a meeting of our Full Council on 26 May 2021, Councillor Kewal Singh Athwal was appointed as the Cabinet Member for Highways Assets and Transport.
If you’re looking for ideas to get out and about this half-term and through summer, take a look at Derbyshire County Council’s range of Covid secure events at its countryside sites across the county.
Our catering service has been shortlisted for both Catering Services Awards by the Association for Public Excellence (APSE).
Derbyshire County Council Leader Councillor Barry Lewis has written to the University of Sheffield to express his great concern about proposals to potentially close its Department of Archaeology.
Derbyshire’s Director for Public Health Dean Wallace has put out an urgent appeal for people who live and work in Gamesley and Glossopdale to get tested regularly for COVID-19 following an outbreak suspected to be linked to the Indian variant of the virus.
Winners of a Derbyshire writing competition with the theme of `isolation’ have been announced with the entries to be featured in an ebook.
Work starts this week on our £10 million programme to resurface and surface dress roads across the county.
People who live or work in the Glossop area and the Derbyshire Dales are being urged to remain cautious after 4 cases of COVID-19 were confirmed to be the new Indian variant that spreads more easily.
Public Health Director Dean Wallace is calling for caution as Derbyshire opens up today with COVID-19 cases in some parts of the county remaining high.
People who live or work in Long Eaton are being urged to remain cautious after it was confirmed a rise in cases of COVID-19 in the area is linked, in part, to new variants of the virus.
After months of closure, Buxton Museum and Art Gallery will reopen to visitors on Tuesday 18 May 2021.
We are working hard to make sure that residents stay safe and well during the COVID-19 pandemic and that includes making sure that everyone has access to a vaccination.
People who live or work in Long Eaton are being advised to keep a close eye on members of their household and look out for additional symptoms which may be a sign they have coronavirus following a large outbreak at a school in the area.
Our newly-elected administration has announced its intended key appointments ahead of our annual general meeting (AGM) on 26 May.
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