Denby Parish Council

Serving the people of Denby

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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

Latest News

Derbyshire Alert - Officers on Patrol

Our officers have been making visible patrols this evening in order to ensure that residents and businesses are aware of the new instructions about how to limit the spread of the coronavirus.

Most of these interactions involved speaking to people and advising them about how they can best keep themselves, their families and their communities safe. More »

One well-meaning officer in Derby took it upon themselves to make announcements from their vehicle explaining the measures and asking people to adhere to them. While this was not the way in which we had anticipated the message being delivered, his request, and the information within it, still very much stand.

People should limit their movements as much as possible and should only leave the house for the following reasons:

• shopping for basic necessities;
• for one form of exercise a day;
• for any medical need or to support a vulnerable person
• to travel to and from work when "absolutely necessary"

People are able to assist vulnerable friends or relatives, however, this should be kept to a minimum and social distancing should be maintained at all times.

Where people are outside they should only be in a group of two or more if they are with people who live in the same household.

You can read the latest guidance by following UK government and nhs.uk to keep up with the latest announcement and to learn more about the new instructions. » Less

Posted: Wed, 25 Mar 2020 11:36 by Karen Howe

Council aims to alert Amber Valley businesses to register.

Advice for Business : COVID- 19

Amber Valley Borough Council appreciate that the current situation is likely to be of the greatest concern to businesses.

The Treasury and government are taking measures to protect the public and support businesses and will roll out specific grant funding and Business Rates support via Local Government. More »

Business support, advice and guidance is available and posted on www.ambervalley.gov.uk/business This includes direct links to other support agencies.

This website is updated frequently and you are encouraged to access the available guidance and support, including information relating to accessing business loans, grants and financial support for the self-employed. This is evolving daily, so please check back regularly.

Businesses are invited to complete the online form to allow us to keep you informed and to contact you, and cascade further information and support, including business grants as soon as these become live. » Less

Posted: Tue, 24 Mar 2020 08:35 by Karen Howe

Message on behalf of Kilburn & Denby Neighbourhood Watch

I am writing on behalf of the Kilburn & Denby Neighbourhood Watch team to inform you all that with the current outbreak of Coronavirus, we have partnered with the Job Centre & local food banks to provide support to the local communities of Kilburn, Denby & Horsley Woodhouse. More »

We currently have a dedicated team of 25 volunteers who are able to assist anybody and everybody who needs assistance through self isolation including the collection of shopping, prescriptions, other essential items and where there is a low income, we can also assist with emergency food items (which we have been collecting over the past week).

All volunteers have been security checked and are fully insured for these purposes.

We will in due course be distributing purpose made leaflets to the entirety of the 3 parishes but I would be grateful if you could pass the details on to all that you know so that nobody becomes unnecessarily isolated during these challenging times.

If anybody does need assistance, all they will need to do is ring us on 07756762192 and we will allocate a volunteer to assist them carrying out their required tasks.

I wish you all the best for the coming weeks and months and I hope you manage to stay in good health throughout this dreadful pandemic.

Dan Beadell
Area Co-ordinator
Kilburn & Denby Neighbourhood Watch » Less

Posted: Tue, 24 Mar 2020 08:16 by Karen Howe