Derbyshire County Council

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Extra funding could be given to local voluntary and community sector groups by Derbyshire County Council following the coronavirus pandemic. The proposed £53,000 increase would bring the total for infrastructure groups – umbrella organisations which offer information, support, guidance, training and funding to the local charitable sector – to more than £450,000 The move follows […]

More than 450 businesses and households affected by the November 2019 and February 2020 floods are able to get help to pay for flood mitigation measures. Derbyshire County Council is to administer a scheme that gives eligible properties a £5,000 grant to put in measures to help stop properties being flooded in the future. These […]

A fund of up to £15m is being set aside by Derbyshire County Council to help support Derbyshire’s communities and businesses to recover from the effects of coronavirus. Announcing the fund at the Derbyshire Economic Recovery Board on Monday 20 July, Derbyshire County Council Leader Councillor Barry Lewis said the fund would focus on creating […]

Two more Derbyshire libraries are set to re-open their doors later this month after being closed since the end of March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Derbyshire County Council-run Alfreton Library in Severn Square and Bolsover Library in Church Street will both re-open on Monday 27 July with several temporary changes in place to keep customers and staff […]

Parents are being asked to complete a short survey to let Derbyshire County Council know how they intend their children will make the journey from home to school when the new academic year starts in September. The council organises and pays for home to school transport for 6,500 entitled students. Home to school transport is […]

Chesterfield Borough Council and Derbyshire County Council have resolved to each provide £0.5m loans to Chesterfield Football Club Community Trust (the ‘Trust’) to support the Trust’s acquisition and operation of Chesterfield Football Club (the ‘Club’), subject to final agreement with the Trust on terms and completion of due diligence. Chesterfield Borough Council’s Cabinet took the […]

Derbyshire County Council is supporting a new advertising campaign – ‘Today is the Day’, which encourages smokers to quit today. The new campaign, launched by Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) calls for smokers to quit today to protect themselves from smoking related diseases and increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19. Smoking is the largest cause of preventable […]

Derbyshire County Council is now reporting Covid infection rates at local level following the release of new information from Public Health England. The data, updated weekly on Derbyshire County Council’s website at covers the number of weekly cases in Derbyshire, the number of cases in different age groups and the rate of infection in each […]

Derbyshire Record Office is set to reopen for an appointment only service from Thursday (9 July). Other temporary measures will be in place at the Derbyshire County Council-run Record Office in New Street, Matlock, to help keep visitors and staff safe and prevent the spread of coronavirus. The Record Office is home to thousands of archives […]

Lorry drivers who continually flout weight restrictions on roads and bridges are being warned by Derbyshire County Council’s trading standards that they will be prosecuted after nearly 40 successful cases were brought by officers in just six months. The county council’s trading standards team successfully prosecuted 38 cases between October 2019 and March 2020. Drivers […]

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