Please note the date has changed for November’s council meeting. This has now been moved from the 17th to the 24th of November.
There will be a public meeting held after the Parish Council Meeting on 20 October 2021.
This is to discuss a positive way forward for the Parish Council and the community
We understand the frustration at the Council decision to restrict numbers at the last meeting of the Parish Council. We have listened to your complaints and therefore there will no restriction on numbers for the meeting scheduled for Wednesday 20th October. The meeting will still take place in the Bartram Centre, as the venue allows the opening of doors and windows for air circulation. Members of the Council will still keep a metre distance, but anyone who wishes to attend is welcome to do so.
Liz Boswell – Locum Clerk
The Parish Council are wanting to commemorate the life and service of HRH Prince Philip The Duke of Edinburgh and are looking for the most appropriate way of doing this. If you have any ideas please let us know.
Hey Derbyshire – are you ready to live life better?
If so then a free, local health lifestyles service is here to help. Derbyshire County Council’s Live Life Better Derbyshire service offers support to help you:
- Stop smoking
- Manage your weight
- Get more active
- Identify your health and wellbeing needs
An online self-assessment MOT can help you identify your health priorities and, if appropriate, refer you into the free service.
Services are available to any Derbyshire residents (excluding Derby City)
You’ll need to be aged 18+ to take part in the weight management and exercise services or 12+ for the stop smoking service. For more information visit the website www.livelifebetterderbyshire.org.uk or call 0800 085 2299.
Come to listen to the Dinnington Colliery Band at the Stanley Village Recreation Ground (to be held inside the village hall if wet weather). Free entry, refreshments available. Event open from 2pm.
Please follow Government guidance regarding Covid security measures.
Local authorities are looking for paid volunteers to work at polling stations or counts for the elections which are taking place between 6 May – 10 May. Safe and secure polls are the cornerstone of our democracy and this is a great opportunity to support local elections teams to deliver COVID-secure and effective elections.