BW10 - Bollard installation
Following several incidents of fly tipping on Bridleway 10, the Parish Council recently installed a metal drop bollard at the beginning of the bridleway.
Fly tipping is a significant blight on the local environment and a potential danger to public health and is hazardous to wildlife.
Therefore, the Parish Council funded the project to help reduce the costs of removal and in the long term save time and money.
Bridleway 10 improvement works
The Parish Council are pleased to advise local residents that the much needed improvement works to Bridleway 10 is now complete.
The Parish Council and Derbyshire County Council have worked in partnership to complete this project.
New Noticeboard Location
The Parish Council are pleased to advise residents that a new noticeboard has been located at the junction of Danesby Rise and Denby Road, opposite the One-Stop Shop.
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Received from Amber Valley Borough Council.
We have been made aware of a potential fraud targeting Amber Valley residents claiming to be from Amber Valley Borough Council.
Residents have reported that they have received a standing order form through the post from the council requesting their bank account details. More »
The council would not usually send a standing order form.
If you receive any form through the post asking for your bank account details, please check with the Council and contact our Customer Services team as soon as possible by calling 01773 841470 or contact us via our website https://www.ambervalley.gov.uk/contact-us/ » Less
Posted: Mon, 03 Aug 2020 15:04 by Karen Howe
Scams during lockdown are becoming increasingly common and sophisticated, and they can affect anyone. Becoming a victim can have a serious effect on your physical and mental health, as well as your finances. More »
To report scams and fraud visit the force's website https://www.derbyshire.police.uk/ro/report/fo/fraud/
For victim services visit www.core-derbyshire.com
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Posted: Fri, 17 Jul 2020 11:24 by Website Team
Information for local groups, societies, clubs, parish and town councils
16 July 2020
Help keep our roads safe
We've seen a rise in dangerous parking by visitors to several popular locations across the county since the start of the pandemic. More »
To help keep motorists, cyclists and pedestrians safe, we're painting double yellow lines on roads around Carsington Reservoir, Foremark Reservoir, Ladybower Reservoir and two roads in Wirksworth which have seen issues and accidents caused by dangerous parking over the past few months. find out more here
Mental health support line now free
Derbyshire's mental health support health line has moved over to a new Freephone number to encourage more residents to speak up and get help.
The health line was set up in response to the coronavirus outbreak to offer support and advice to Derbyshire residents of all ages.
The new number to call is 0800 028 0077. The service is staffed by mental health professionals and the line is open from 9am to midnight every day.
If you're feeling stressed or anxious during the coronavirus pandemic we also have a range of resources on our website to help boost your emotional wellbeing. Find out more here
Emergency food supplies
Emergency food parcels for people on the official shielding list will stop on 31 July.
If this affects you, you can sign up for priority supermarket deliveries. You have until Friday 17 July to sign up. Find out more here
Derbyshire record office reopens
Derbyshire record office reopened last week with an appointment only service.
Other temporary measures will be in place at the Record Office in New Street, Matlock, to help keep visitors and staff safe and prevent the spread of coronavirus.
The Record Office is home to thousands of archives dating back 900 years, and is normally used by dozens of people every week, from students researching papers to people piecing together their family trees. Find out more here
Don't forget the simple steps
As our lives slowly get back to some kind of normality, it can be easy to forget the little things that prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Remember to wipe down frequently touched items like door knobs and kitchen and bathroom surfaces.
Wash your hands often and avoid touching your face, mouth and nose.
By following these simple steps we can all do our bit to help #StoptheSpread.
Posted: Fri, 17 Jul 2020 11:07 by Website Team