A successful food waste recycling scheme in the High Peak has been extended by us in partnership with High Peak Borough Council.
School’s out but there’s plenty happening in Derbyshire this summer to beat the holiday boredom.
We're supporting a project designed to encourage school pupils to learn about where their food comes from, how to cook it and how to develop healthy eating habits.
A 7.5 tonne weight limit has been put in force on Sheffield Road, Chapel, after a routine inspection found issues with a culvert that runs under the road.
We are supporting a tasty new community venture based at Rhubarb Farm in Langwith.
There’s still time to apply for tickets to an event where residents will get the opportunity to quiz Derbyshire County Council’s Leader about proposed changes to our library service.
Children are being encouraged to become 'Mischief Makers' by signing up to this year’s Summer Reading Challenge.
Buxton Museum and Art Gallery is this year celebrating 125 years of welcoming visitors through its doors.
Foster carers in Derbyshire could benefit from changes to allowance payments which take effect from this month.
People heading to our countryside sites are being urged to swap barbecues for picnics to help prevent the risk of fire as the heatwave continues.
A web app called Wonders of the Peak will prove a boon to tourists in the Peak District this summer – and we're helping people to get connected.
We've appointed a new Strategic Director for Adult Care.
There’s still time for local people to have their say on a Master Plan set out to restore and regenerate Elvaston Castle and Country Park as we invite people to take part.
Following the bad winter weather our road workers have fixed more than 40,500 potholes in the first six months of the year, more than double than the same time period last year.
We’re appealing for residents to take extra care to help firefighters keep the county safe during the ongoing heatwave.
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