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Councillors

Find out who your local county councillor is and how to contact them.

Find your councillor

Elections to the county council take place every 4 years. Voting to elect a new council took place on Thursday 4 May 2017.


  • Linda Grooby

    Councillor for Buxton North and East division, serving the communities of Fairfield, Harpur Hill, King Sterndale, Wormhill and Peak Dale.


  • Carol Hart

    Councillor for Breadsall and West Hallam division, serving the communities of Breadsall, Little Eaton, Morley, West Hallam and Stanley.


  • Garry Hickton

    Conservative councillor for Petersham division, serving the communities of Wilsthorpe, Longmoor and West Park.


  • Richard Iliffe

    Councillor for Heanor Central division, serving the communities of Loscoe, Heanor Town, Newlands and Common Side.


  • Jean Innes

    Labour and Cooperative councillor for St Mary's division, serving the communities of Upper Newbold, Newbold, Dunston and Whittington Moor.


  • Tony Kemp

    Conservative councillor for Buxton West division, serving the communities of Burbage, Temple, Corbar and Buxton Central.


  • Tony King

    Councillor for Ilkeston West division, serving the communities of Little Hallam, Kirk Hallam, Shipley Common and Ilkeston (west of Heanor Road).


  • Barry Lewis

    Councillor for Wingerworth and Shirland division, serving the communities of Wingerworth, Ashover, Brackenfield and Shirland.


  • Wayne Major

    Councillor for Sandiacre division, serving the communities of Sandiacre, Stanton By Dale, Risley and Ockbrook.


  • Peter Makin

    Conservative councillor for Belper division, serving the communities of Belper Town, Far Laund and White Moor.