• Bridleway 10 improvement works

    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

    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.

  • Memorial Garden, Denby Village

    Memorial Garden, Denby Village

  • Milestone, Derby Road

    Milestone, Derby Road

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Latest News

Footpath improvement works

The Parish Council are pleased to report that the much needed stoning works along the Denby Pottery boundary footpath have now been completed.

This project was undertaken in partnership with Denby Parish Council and Denby Footpaths Group, with thanks to the appointed contractor Denby Construction Ltd.

Posted: Thu, 10 Jan 2019 12:57 by Karen Howe

Parish Council Meeting

2019 Meeting Dates

Posted: Mon, 07 Jan 2019 12:14 by Karen Howe

Parking outside Schools - Please park safe - Children and Cars don't mix

Park safely - Park legally

- Do not stop or park near a school entrance or on the school clear markings.

- Do not double park to pick up or drop off children from vehicles.

- Do consider parking further away for the school and walking the last 5 or 10 minutes. More »

- Do consider local residents and whether they have immediate access onto and off their driveway.

- Do remember that people in wheelchairs or using push chairs may need to pass by your car on the pavement.

The police can remove your unattended vehicle if you cause an obstruction. This means blocking a driveway or a path even for a short amount of time. » Less

Posted: Fri, 28 Sep 2018 14:53 by Karen Howe