A brother and sister have admitted failing to protect animals from pain and suffering and not following strict regulations on disposing of dead livestock at their Derbyshire farm.
Primary school children in Derbyshire are invited to enter Derbyshire County Council’s Christmas card competition.
Keeping brothers and sisters together and finding family homes for older children will be the focus for Adoption East Midlands during National Adoption Week.
We’re set to receive £137,000 of funding from NHS England for extra suicide prevention work in Derbyshire.
Schools will be invited to bid for a share of £376,839 we’ve made available to encourage more pupils to cycle to lessons or other green travel and wellbeing initiatives.
A football club mascot is helping us recruit new foster carers – as well as offering children in our foster care some treats and trips throughout the year.
A Buxton-based group is set to get even fitter thanks to one of our Action Grants.
Residents are to get the opportunity to have their say on plans to revise opening hours at seven Derbyshire libraries.
Derbyshire disappointed in 2018 road casualties figures
We’re joining local football clubs, charities and organisations to support World Mental Health Day on 10 October 2019.
More than 10,000 young people visited the Derbyshire Skills Festival this year – the largest careers event in the county
Derbyshire library-users are being asked to renew their books online or in person at a branch from Friday 1 November 2019, rather than ring Call Derbyshire.
A main Chapel-en-le-Frith road is set to reopen next week after major work to fix a broken culvert nears completion.
Visitors enjoying Shipley Country Park are being urged to avoid ponds and streams in the area following a diesel spillage.
Derbyshire smokers are being urged to quit for 28 days and see the difference that it can make.
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