Sep 122018
 

For information from RBS about this announcement see here

In light of the Royal Bank of Scotland’s (RBS) announcement that their branches in Hathersage, Buxton, Ashbourne, Matlock, Chapel-en-le-Frith and others are closing in the New Year, there will be a public meeting Thursday 27th September in Hathersage Memorial Hall (S32 1DU) at 7pm. We are hoping that representatives from DCC, DDDC and RBS will be in attendance.

 September 12, 2018
Aug 222018
 

After a recent incident where a walker was injured by a cow that had become separated from it’s calf (although unbeknown by the walker) please be aware of the risks when walking through a field of farm animals. If you are unsure of your safety consult your map and find an alternative route. The advice from the Government’s website about the Countryside Code states,

It’s always good practice (and a legal requirement on ‘open access’ land) to keep your dog on a lead around farm animals and horses, for your own safety and for the welfare of the animals. A farmer may shoot a dog which is attacking or chasing farm animals without being liable to compensate the dog’s owner.

However, if cattle or horses chase you and your dog, it is safer to let your dog off the lead – don’t risk getting hurt by trying to protect it. Your dog will be much safer if you let it run away from a farm animal in these circumstances and so will you.’

 August 22, 2018
Aug 202018
 

Residents across the Derbyshire Dales are being asked to give their views on the collection of waste and recycling in the district to help shape the future collection service.

Since 2012 the waste collection service has been delivered by Serco on behalf of the district council. However, this contract ends in 2020 and the council is beginning the process of tendering for a new contract to commence in August 2020. This process involves the district council investigating a range of potential service options.
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 August 20, 2018
Aug 202018
 

The works to refurbish the pelicon crossing are due to take place w/c 28.8.18, and will involve replacement of the 2 signal poles and equipment, and also the relocation of the controller cabinet to be nearer the kerb. A stone has been retained from the refurbishment work of the Heart of Hathersage for putting in place when the grey control box is moved.

One definition of a pelicon (Pedestrian Light Controlled) crossing and puffin crossing can be found here.

 August 20, 2018