‘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.
We are joining in to mark national Relationship and Sex Education Day on 24 June.
Young people are being sought to take part in a song writing workshop for Derbyshire libraries.
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.
An extra £50,000 is being allocated to groups in Derbyshire which are supporting local communities during the coronavirus pandemic.
Enhanced testing is being rolled out in an area of Derbyshire as part of a co-ordinated response to rising COVID-19 infection rates, including cases of the variant which originated in India.
Residents across Derbyshire are being urged to help spruce up their communities by taking part in Keep Britain Tidy’s national Great British Spring Clean.
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.
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