We’re using National School Meals Week as an opportunity to urge Derbyshire parents not to miss out on the free school meals their child may be entitled to.
We’ve officially opened a new £1.8m school extension as part of our plans to reorganise primary education in Ashbourne.
It’s National School Meals Week and the spotlight is on the healthy, nutritious meals offered at schools across Derbyshire.
Residents are being encouraged to give their views on proposals to change the opening hours at Derbyshire Record Office.
Parents can now apply to us for their child’s infant or primary school place for September 2020.
Fostering can transform a child's life and we’re offering residents the opportunity to find out how they can make a difference.
Derbyshire County Council has made £100,000 available to help residents and businesses affected by the recent flooding.
An independent review into the Toddbrook reservoir incident in August 2019 is currently underway.
Tributes have been paid to a former Derbyshire County Council Leader John Williams who died on Friday (1 November).
A new strategy to regenerate the Trent Valley could offer a bright new future for Swarkestone Causeway.
We are set to commission a £200,000 study to look at congestion issues on the A61 south of Chesterfield.
Protecting people who have potentially fatal food allergies so they feel confident when eating out in Derbyshire is at the heart of a new campaign.
We've stepped in to provide replacement bus services after the withdrawal of a Peak District route.
Inspirational care workers who go the extra mile to look after Derbyshire’s most vulnerable residents have been recognised for their outstanding work.
Parents and carers are being urged to take care when buying fancy dress costumes for their children this Halloween.
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