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  • BW10 - Bollard installation

    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

    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.

Denby Parish Council provides local services. We strive to make Denby a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact the clerk on clerk@denbyparishcouncil.gov.uk

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Confirmation of the dates - Exercise of public rights 2019/20

Confirmation of the dates - Exercise of public rights - 2019/20

Posted: Mon, 29 Jun 2020 11:18 by Karen Howe

Covid 19 Scams - Support & Advice

Covid 19 Scams - Support & Advice

Criminals are exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic to try and get their hands on your money and personal information. To date, Action Fraud has received reports from 2,378 victims of Coronavirus-related scams, with the total losses reaching over £7 million. More »

How you can protect yourself from Coronavirus-related scams:

There are some simple steps you can take that will protect you from the most common Coronavirus-related scams. Here's what need to do:

1 - Watch out for scam messages
Your bank, or other official organisations, won't ask you to share personal information over email or text. If you receive an email you're not quite sure about, forward it to the Suspicious Email Reporting Service (SERS): report@phishing.gov.uk

2 - Shopping online
If you're making a purchase from a company or person you don't know and trust, carry out some research first, for example, by checking to see if others have used the site and what their experience was. If you decide to go ahead with the purchase, use a credit card if you have one, other payment providers may not provide the same protection.

3 - Unsolicited calls and browser pop-ups offering tech support
Never install any software, or grant remote access to your computer, as a result of a cold call. Remember, legitimate organisations would never contact you out of the blue to ask for financial details such as your PIN or full banking password.

NHS Test and Trace scams:

The NHS Test and Trace service plays an important role in the fight against coronavirus and it's vital the public have confidence and trust in the service. However, we understand the concerns people have about the opportunity for criminals to commit scams.

What you need to know:

Contact tracers will only call you from the number 0300 013 5000. Anyone who does not wish to talk over the phone can request the NHS Test and Trace service to send an email or text instead, inviting them to log into the web-based service.

All text or emails sent by NHS Test and Trace will ask people to sign into the contact tracing website and will provide you with a unique reference number. We would advise people to type the web address https://contact-tracing.phe.gov.ukdirectly into their browser, followed by the unique reference number given to you, rather than clicking on any link provided in the message.

The NHS Test and Trace service will never:

  • ask you to dial a premium rate number to speak to them (for example, those starting 09 or 087)
  • ask you to make any form of payment or purchase a product or any kind
  • ask for any details about your bank account
  • ask for your social media identities or login details, or those of your contacts
  • ask you for any passwords or PINs, or ask you to set up any passwords or PINs over the phone
  • ask you to download any software to your PC or ask you to hand over control of your PC, smartphone or tablet to anyone else
  • ask you to access any website that does not belong to the government or NHS

If you think you have been a victim of fraud, please report it to Action Fraud at https://www.actionfraud.police.uk or by calling 0300 123 2040. If you live in Scotland, please report directly to Police Scotland by calling 101.​​​​​​​ » Less

Posted: Thu, 18 Jun 2020 11:20 by Website Team

Derbyshire Alert -Traffic queues on major roads

With the various businesses now re-opening we ask that people are sensible when it comes to queuing - particularly where queues may form on main roads.

The impact of queues can be serious - in particular for emergency service vehicles. Marshalls should be in place and you should take directions from those members of staff to ensure the safety of everyone.

Posted: Thu, 04 Jun 2020 16:44 by Karen Howe