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.
John Flamsteed, Denby Village
Thanks to MB Landscaping and Paving for giving their time to cut back the Laurel hedge on the JFMP to allow better vision of the area
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Derbyshire Police & Crime Commissioner Angelique Foster is consulting on proposals for the policing part of the Council Tax precept for 2023/24.
Commissioner Angelique Foster is now considering the budget for the coming year and is asking local people for their views on the police precept, which is the portion of the council tax that helps fund local policing. The dedicated survey can be accessed using the attached link.
Posted: Wed, 30 Nov 2022 19:38 by Karen Howe
Following the resignation of Cllr Eric Abbott, the Parish Council would like to express their thanks for all that Cllr's Abbott's contributed to the Parish over several years.
Eric will be missed around the table, and members are sure you will see him out and about in the Parish to say hello.
Posted: Wed, 30 Nov 2022 10:53 by Karen Howe
The consultation for the East Midlands County Combined Authority has been launched, which is likely to be of interest to residents.
Posted: Wed, 16 Nov 2022 13:53 by Karen Howe