Children in Dronfield have something to sing about thanks to an Action Grant we've awarded.
Relatives of a Barlborough miner who died at Markham Colliery have gathered from Australia, France, Spain and around the UK to honour his memory at the latest unveiling of steel figures for the ‘Walking Together’ mining memorial in Derbyshire.
Our Cabinet Member for Council Services, Councillor Angelique Foster, welcomed 11 young people who have just started a business administration apprenticeship with us.
It’s not long now until Chesterfield and Derby host this year’s Derbyshire Skills Festival – the county’s largest careers event – with the first event taking place this week.
Matlock bridge, which carries the A6 over the River Derwent, will close for 2 weeks from Monday 16 September 2019 to allow for vital work by ourselves and the Environment Agency to take place.
We've welcomed extra government funding for council services facing significant financial pressure as we set out how we'll balance the books for the next 5 years.
We're due to discuss helping some of Derbyshire’s most vulnerable people to live fulfilled and dignified lives.
Plans for a new Derbyshire County Council care home have moved a step closer.
A consultation to extend smoke free spaces across Derbyshire has meet with positivity from the county’s residents.
Derbyshire library-user Margaret Dennis has celebrated being a member of Ripley Library for 75 years.
Enterprising groups across the county are cashing in with successful applications to our Action Grants scheme to help with their activities.
Parents of year 6 pupils living in Derbyshire can from today (Monday 9 September 2019) apply to us for their child's secondary school place for September 2020.
They’re back! Vikings, owls and Arbor the giant tree puppet are returning to our Woodland Festival following their debut last year when they drew in the crowds.
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.
Changes to the way that we will manage our Corporate Property division will be discussed at a meeting of our Cabinet on 11 September.
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