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We’re encouraging Derbyshire residents to ‘say something if you see something’ to help keep children and young people safe during the coronavirus outbreak.
Extra funding released by the Government to support local small businesses during the coronavirus outbreak was today welcomed by Councillor Barry Lewis, the leader of the council.
Trading standards officers from Derbyshire County Council have teamed up with district and borough councils and Derbyshire police to ensure that businesses that are required to close to help protect the public during the coronavirus outbreak are closed.
We've launched a drive to recruit more care workers to support the county’s most vulnerable residents during the coronavirus pandemic.
Derbyshire County Council’s Community Response Unit is now ready to take requests for assistance from members of the community who don’t have friends or family able to help them.
Our trading standards team is urging residents to be extra vigilant and keep themselves safe from scammers during the coronavirus outbreak.
All Derbyshire County Council’s household waste recycling centres are closed until further notice.
Derbyshire County Council has announced that all Gold Card holders can now travel free-of-charge before 9.30am, every day of the week, from today.
Following the announcement of an initial £1m allocation earlier this week, complementing the Government’s coronavirus funding packages, the Derbyshire County Council Emergency Relief Fund for the county’s smallest businesses is now in place.
Calling all community groups, voluntary and business organisations across Derbyshire – we need you!
All 45 of our libraries, the Buxton Museum and Art Gallery and the Derbyshire Record Office in Matlock are to temporarily close.
A Covid-19 Community Response Unit has been set up by Derbyshire County Council to bring agencies and volunteers across the county together and support residents and businesses as they tackle the infection and its effects.
In response to the latest government advice, we’ve taken the decision to cancel the remaining public consultation drop-in sessions in relation to the consultation about the future of our care homes.
A statement from Councillor Barry Lewis, Leader of Derbyshire County Council and Councillor Paul Smith, Leader of the Labour Group
We have set aside £1 million worth of funding to support residents and businesses who may be affected by coronavirus.
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