Sep 082021
 

Many thanks to Mill Stone Grit for their performance on the Hathersage Pool Bandstand on the evening of Friday 24 September – the second of two events (following the open air cinema event on 11 September) to promote and celebrate the reopening of the public environment, post-Covid. The Parish Council was able to facilitate this thanks to funding from the ‘Welcome Back Fund’.

This event was supported by the European Regional Development Fund via the UK Government’s ‘Welcome Back’ funding. Thanks to Derbyshire Dales District Council for their assistance with setting up this event.

 September 8, 2021
Sep 022021
 

The Parish Council would like to thank everyone who attended the screening of “The Greatest Showman” on Saturday 11 September for making the event a great success; we are also grateful to attendees for leaving the playing field pristine. On the day we were blessed with good weather; a lovely evening was enjoyed by the many residents and families who attended. The Friends of the Playing Field received donations totalling £372 which is going towards new play equipment for the toddler area.

This event was supported by the European Regional Development Fund via the UK Government’s ‘Welcome Back’ funding”; thanks to Derbyshire Dales District Council and CH Events for their assistance with setting up this event.

 September 2, 2021
Jul 292021
 

A gentle reminder to residents – putting cones outside your house to ‘hold’ a parking spot is considered to be an obstruction of the highway and an offence under the Highways Act; Derbyshire County Council can take action from the removal of cones to imposing a fixed penalty notice.

 

 July 29, 2021
Jul 232021
 

Get your views heard by completing this short questionnaire at https://systraltd.researchfeedback.net/dcc_bsip_survey  The government has published a new National Bus Strategy setting out a framework for how bus services can recover from the Covid-19 pandemic alongside a vision for future improvements across England. The strategy requires Derbyshire County Council (DCC) local bus companies to work together to create a Bus Service Improvement Plan, developing bold plans for improving local bus services and encouraging more people to use them. DCC wants to ensure the improvement plan reflects the views of Derbyshire residents and those visiting or working in the county. The government has pledged £3 billion in funding across England to help deliver these plans – and Derbyshire is aiming to secure a fair share of that funding.

 July 23, 2021