Providing value for money, keeping council tax as low as possible and championing Derbyshire on the world stage are three major priorities outlined by Derbyshire County Council at its Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 15 May 2019.
Fans of the great outdoors will soon be able to explore a popular route for walking, riding and cycling once more now that Derbyshire County Council has confirmed plans to install a temporary bridge on the High Peak Trail.
We've announced plans to tackle climate change, reduce carbon emissions and waste and make the county cleaner and greener.
Both Derby City Council and ourselves are inviting residents across Derbyshire to have your say on plans for a new A50 junction and link road in South Derbyshire.
Three of our projects have won awards in a prestigious awards ceremony, with a fourth being highly commended.
Arts Derbyshire has been awarded £14,950 from Arts Council England to run a project for writers and readers with us.
Residents can find out how to tackle anti-social behaviour as part of a campaign backed by Derbyshire County Council.
Proposals are being drawn-up by Derbyshire County Council for a Festival of Derbyshire to boost tourism – bringing new investment and creating more jobs.
During Mental Health Awareness Week an empty Chesterfield shop is being transformed into a mental health pop-up shop.
Derbyshire families are being encouraged to open up their homes to give adults with disabilities the chance to lead ordinary lives in the community.
Derbyshire Gold Card holders are being urged to check their cards are valid ahead of the launch of new technology which will detect if a card has been cancelled.
Not every child has the chance to grow up in a loving stable home and we're urging people who could help transform a child’s life to #changeafuture during Foster Care Fortnight.
Professional and amateur artists of all ages are being encouraged to enter their work in the prestigious annual Derbyshire Open Art competition.
A road near Brassington has reopened after a lorry ran into a bridge causing extensive damage yesterday (Wednesday 17 April).
Sheffield Road, from the junction with Market Street, to the junction with Frith Knoll Road, will be closed from 29 April until the end of October so that major works can take place to fix a broken culvert.
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