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Special Eco Green Fair

Darley Dale Town Council has organised a Special Eco Green Fair which will be held at The Whitworth on Saturday 21st September. – Zero waste ethical gifts, food, products, clothing and more – Showcasing Derbyshire producers, makers and farmers – Children’s entertainment – Indoor and outdoor stall locations A non-returnable deposit of £10 is required […]

The Whitworth and DDTC

After a difficult year with rising prices and spiralling costs creating a challenging environment, Darley Dale Town Council will be putting more direct support into the management of The Whitworth and Park with immediate effect. As we enter an exciting new period for The Whitworth, the Town Council would like to thank all the Trustees […]

Darley Dale Scout Group

Mayor Jason Farmer’s first public engagement was in March, presenting a cheque of £990 to Darley Dale Scout Group. This will enable the group to buy additional camping equipment and in turn allow them to organise more camping trips. Debbie Steeples, Group Scout Leader said: “Darley Dale Scout Group are delighted to have been granted […]

Town Councillor Vacancies

We have three Councillor vacancies for the North Ward in Darley Dale. Please contact townclerk@darleydale.gov.uk for further information. Notice of vacancies: December 2023 January 2024

The Big Green Energy Event

Once again we have seen the cap increased for energy costs, meaning we will all likely be paying more on our utility bills. We are also seeing worrying weather patterns that scientists believe are a reflection of climate change. We can all take action in our homes that can help address both the above challenges, […]

Supporting our Community

We presented two grant cheques at the end of 2023 to Derbyshire Federation of Mental Health (DFMH) and Jigsaw Foodbank. DFMH, based in Darley Dale have identified that local people accessing the group’s services need additional support to manage day-to-day activities. The stress and anxiety caused by managing finances, homes, and families are ever increasing. […]

Traffic Disruptions on the A6

Julie Bishop and Sarah Halliwell, Council representatives for the residents of the Morledge and Hooley estates, have written to Severn Trent for more consultation and consideration when planning work on the pumping station at the junction of Morledge and the A6 adjacent to the Premier Inn. Please click here to view the letter.

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