We’re putting the call out to residents to get behind Recycle Week and keep up the momentum in driving down the county’s waste.
Local community groups are being urged to apply for one of our £500 Action Grants to support their activities as the deadline for current applications approaches this week.
Derbyshire smokers are being urged to quit for 28 days and see the difference that it can make.
Thousands of young people visited the first two days of Derbyshire Skills Festival – the county’s largest careers event – and there’s still chance to go along.
Community care centres, residential homes and day centres are celebrating after gardens designed by residents scooped prizes in a competition we organise every year.
We are continuing to fund a countywide project aimed at helping vulnerable young people gain skills, employment and further education.
The archive of a fabled arctic explorer from the East Midlands who disappeared 170 years ago is to be rediscovered thanks to our £25,000 grant.
Derbyshire businesses were in the spotlight this weekend (22 to 23 September 2018) at the Toyota City Industry Festival in Japan.
We met with Derby City Council met this afternoon (Thursday 20 September 2018) at their respective Cabinet meetings to discuss their joint long-term waste management contract.
Our school crossing patrol service is set to remain.
We're working with Bolsover District Council, Shirebrook Town Council and Derbyshire Community Health Services to look at better ways of working in Shirebrook.
A High Peak man has received a suspended prison sentence and been fined £365 after illegal cigarettes and tobacco were found in a pram and kitchen cupboards at his home.
The leader of Derbyshire County Council has today called on a Derbyshire health chief to reconsider NHS plans to cut funding to local voluntary sector organisations.
Our Cabinet Member for Council Services, Councillor Angelique Foster, welcomed 23 young people who are doing apprenticeships in customer services, ICT, electrical, pipe fitting, civil engineering and transport planning.
Potential foster carers are invited to find out how they could change a child’s life by dropping into an information evening at locations across Derbyshire this September.
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