Pupils at a High Peak primary school got the chance to quiz Derbyshire County Council’s Leader Councillor Barry Lewis in person about plans by the authority to change the way some libraries will be run in the future.
Ashbourne is welcoming a new low cost, sociable eating space as a volunteer led community café opens this month.
Our Action Grant scheme goes from strength to strength with local communities getting awards of cash to help with their activities.
Residents are being urged to educate themselves so that they don’t fall victim to scams – but to realise that these crimes can happen to anyone and to report them if they do happen.
We've taken action to prevent people using Sandringham Road in Sandiacre as a short cut while Longmoor Lane bridge is closed.
During Shared Lives Week, Derbyshire County Council is encouraging more people to open up their homes to give adults with disabilities the chance to lead an ordinary life.
Local choirs are coming together for a night of music, harmony and wellbeing thanks to funding from our Action Grants programme.
Our Officers have pulled out all the stops to assess a bridge damaged by a fire earlier this week.
Exhibitors encouraged to sign up for Derbyshire’s largest careers event
Councillor Angelique Foster, Derbyshire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Corporate Services, and employees at the Call Derbyshire contact centre have launched the council’s new Workplace Wellbeing Strategy.
Nearly 70,000 nuisance and scam telephone calls to older and vulnerable people have been blocked thanks to a scheme being run by Derbyshire County Council’s Trading Standards.
We're supporting mums during national Breastfeeding Celebration Week that runs from 17 June to 23 June 2019.
Derbyshire residents are to be asked what they think about how the council looks after its roads and other transport services.
Customers using both our and Derby City Council-run libraries will need to have separate library cards from Monday 10 June.
Historian Hallie Rubenhold will talk about her new book on the victims of Jack the Ripper at an event at Chesterfield library.
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