Derbyshire Council News Feed
Updated: 4 hours 13 min ago
Architects will be appointed to design a new care home in Cotmanhay.
Does food in your cupboard go off before you can eat it? Do you cook too much food and end up throwing half away? Or come back from the shops with food you didn't need?
Work to build a long-awaited Derbyshire bypass is being driven forward following the approval of planning permission.
April is Stress Awareness month and we're encouraging people to try out the Five Ways to Wellbeing.
Plans for an Ashbourne bypass are set to move a step closer as we're poised to approve a full feasibility study aimed at unlocking Government funding.
Small businesses in Derbyshire considering manufacturing or selling their products and services in China are invited to a free masterclass led by the China-Britain Business Council.
We're offering apprenticeships for more than 100 young people.
Parents across the county are due to hear about their child's primary school place next week.
Artists are urged to get creative about Derbyshire's life, landscapes and people in the annual Derbyshire Open Art Exhibition.
We're launching a campaign with our partners aimed at preventing older people from serious injury from falls.
Residents will have the opportunity to have their say on innovative new plans for Derbyshire's library service and help to shape its future when a consultation launches next month.
Type 2 diabetes is on the increase and Derbyshire residents are being reminded to be aware of the risks during the NHS Diabetes Prevention Week that runs from 16 to 22 April 2018.
A ceremony and fun day is to be held next month to officially open our new £2m library in Glossop.
We're stepping up our efforts to fix the county's potholes following the worst winter weather to hit the area for 10 years.
There's something for everyone this Easter with lots of fun-packed activities happening across the county.
Derbyshire residents who are interested in fostering are being invited to find out how they could change a child's life at events across the county.
More than 22,000 young people had the opportunity to cast their votes to decide the line-up of the next Derbyshire Youth Council.
The final piece of the jigsaw is now in place on a new multi user trail for walkers and cyclists from Matlock to Rowsley thanks to a project led by us.
Nine community arts groups and a touring community arts scheme are to benefit from grants totalling almost £140,000 from us.
We, along with Derby City Council, are inviting local people to have their say about the Minerals Local Plan for the area.