The next round of local elections is coming up. Hathersage Parish Council and the National Association of Local Councils are calling on people from all backgrounds and experiences who reflect their community to put themselves forward for election. If you have innovative ideas for the council or have a specific issue in mind, becoming a local councillor will empower you to MakeAChange. Anyone interested in standing can find further information, and download nomination packs, from the Derbyshire Dales District Council website https://www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk/elections2023 Nominations open on 21 March 2023 and close at 4pm on 4 April 2023
Thursday 2 March – meeting to plan celebrations for the King’s Coronation: the Parish Council is hosting an open meeting at 7.30pm this Thursday in the Scotsman’s Pack (back room). Everyone is welcome to come and share their ideas of what events they would like to see happen in the village over the Coronation bank holiday weekend. If you can’t attend, but have suggestions or ideas to share, please email the Clerk.
Sunday 5 March, 3.30pm – tree planting in Hathersage: as part of the late Queen’s legacy, Hathersage Parish Council is delighted to be part of the Platinum Jubilee Commemorative Tree Queen’s Canopy Green Scheme. On Sunday 5 March at 3.30pm Councillor James Shuttleworth, Deputy Lord Lieutenant, will plant a field maple tree in the playing fields.
Heart of Hathersage – Thursday 24 November, 5-6pm – bike marking, facilitated by the Police
What you need to know: if you are attending, please bring your bike with you and make sure you have the frame number to hand; one kit per bike and per person. For those who have visited Bike Marking events recently, had a bike registered and wanted to know how to register more bikes, please follow instructions below:
- Once one of your bikes has been marked and registered you can add more bikes by logging into your account at www.bikeregister.com
- Click ‘My bikes’ – you should see a green tab ‘Register another bike’.
- Have your frame number to hand which can be found underneath the bike, between the pedals.
- Registration is free so – skip the sections when asked to purchase a kit or lock – then complete your registration by clicking the ‘Complete my registration’ green tab at the foot of the page
Your bike has now been registered. This procedure limits you from having multiple accounts on the Bike Register, and makes it easier for you to monitor your account/bikes.
Moorlands Lane, A625 Froggatt Edge, New Bridge, Froggatt Road – rolling road closure, 14 November to 13 February 2023, to facilitate water mains renewal – north to south, between and including junction with Moorlands Lane and junction with Grindleford Road.
Birley Lane (between Birley Lane and Hollin Bank) – 28 November, 9am-4pm to facilitate tree works.
B6001 – Hassop Road (Hassop Road, Bakewell Road, Calver between junction with A619 and junction with A623) – 5 to 9 December, 8am to 4pm.