Enterprising groups across Derbyshire are showing that a little can go a long way following their successful applications to our Action Grants scheme to help with their activities.
Residents can sign up to learn something new in the new year as applications open for our new term of adult education courses next week (Monday 9 December 2019).
Pupils at 2 Derbyshire schools have once again been recognised for their work at a prestigious annual regional travel awards scheme.
We are driving forward a project to introduce a climate-friendly car initiative.
Residents can check how safe they are online as a new tool is launched to help reduce cybercrime.
Every year Derbyshire residents are invited to give feedback about their local household waste recycling centre.
The flooding clear-up operation continues across the county with our road workers and contractors out mending the damage caused by a month’s worth of rain falling in 2 days.
More than 50 schools across the county will benefit from building improvements thanks to our £1.6 million funding programme.
Our proposals to set a target to become carbon neutral by 2032 were given the go-ahead by our Cabinet members today (Thursday 21 November 2019).
Virtual exhibitions showcasing the fascinating stories behind collections held at our Record Office are now available to people across the world thanks to a partnership with Google Arts and Culture.
Councils and emergency services across Derbyshire are continuing to provide practical support and advice for residents and businesses affected by flooding over the last week as the clean-up operation gets underway.
Two significant carbon reduction policy documents are set to be considered at a meeting of our Cabinet on 21 November 2019.
We’re reminding working parents across Derbyshire to apply now for extra funded childcare for the new term in January.
We’re urging residents and businesses in flood risk areas across Derbyshire to take extra care and be vigilant due to the risk of further flooding in the county on Thursday 14 November.
Derbyshire passengers will be able to clock exactly when their bus will arrive after the completion of a project to install electronic bus stop information signs.
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