Volunteers are now well-equipped to continue cleaning up their local canal, nature reserves and reservoir thanks to one of our Action Grants.
A-level students in Derbyshire schools have continued to do their county proud by achieving good grades.
More financial support has been announced by Derbyshire County Council for businesses affected by the Toddbrook Reservoir incident to help them meet immediate cash flow issues.
We have started repairs to the fire-damaged bridge on Longmoor Lane, Sandiacre.
We brought in specialist contractors over the weekend to help find a solution to fix a damaged culvert in Buxton.
Derbyshire residents are being asked to give their views on plans for a new High Peak roundabout.
Support for local businesses was at the centre of discussions when we met with rural businesses in Ashford in the Water.
Calling all Derbyshire businesses – together with Derby City Council – we are looking for companies to join us at this year’s World Manufacturing Convention in China.
Residents can now book a range of new courses and activities starting this September with our Adult Community Education Service.
Plans by Derbyshire County Council to transfer 20 libraries over to communities are making huge strides forward as local groups and organisations have already come forward to run half of them.
All visitors and their dogs are advised to stay out of the water at Carr Vale Pond, Bolsover following the identification of blue-green algae.
A long-term waste management contract between Derby City Council, Derbyshire County Council and Resource Recovery Solutions (Derbyshire) Ltd (RRS) has been brought to an end today.
A popular council scheme is celebrating after reaching a mega milestone – 10,000 hours of swaps.
A Chesterfield man has received a 12-month community order and a 2-month curfew from 8pm to 8am after illegal cigarettes and tobacco were found at his home.
We’re supporting mums during World Breastfeeding week that runs from Thursday 1 August to Wednesday 7 August.
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