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The health of our community is still our number one concern and we urge everyone to follow the recommended guidelines even though we are all feeling frustrated at the restrictions in our daily lives. Councillor for Dovedale division, serving the communities of Tideswell, Taddington, Monyash, Youlgreave, Elton, Winster, Compton and Ashbourne North. An opportunity has arisen for a contractor to erect canopies on 26 stalls before 7am on the market day and at 3pm remove all of the stalls and equipment and store away in the Council's depot. We are only a Town Council but we pledge to help our community recover, help protect our organisations, businesses, families, employees and the unemployed and promote Belper and Milford as a place to live, shop and enjoy yourself.
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Conservative councillor for Sawley division, serving the communities of Sawley, Wilsthorpe, New Sawley and Trent Lock. With Coronavirus (COVID-19) now affecting many areas of our services to the residents and businesses of Amber Valley, we are keen to keep you right up-to-date with the changes we are being forced to make. Elections to the county council take place every 4 years. The County Council is Derbyshire County Council. Spending the last few weeks under lockdown has touched all our lives and left many of those organisations and businesses struggling to flourish or even survive.
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Councillor for Eckington and Killamarsh division, serving the communities of Coal Aston, Marsh Lane, Eckington, Renishaw, Killamarsh and Norwood. 353,015 page views over twelve months, updated daily. Councillor for Ripley East and Codnor, serving the communities of Hammersmith, Butterley, Greenwich, Porterhouse, Peasehill, Codnor Gate, Codnor, Waingroves. XHTML 1.0 validated. I offer a collaborative space, that integrates psycho-education, creative-expressive therapies, trauma-informed interventions (EMDR and / or Play therapy), and neuro-science. Voting to elect a new council took place on Thursday 4 May 2017. Councillor for Ripley West and Heage division, serving the communities of South Wingfield, Ambergate, Heage, Marehay and The Elms. Please contact the Council initially either by post to the above address, email firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone 01773 822116 to register your interest in the scheme and to let the Council know what sort of assistance you require e.g financial, help in general with issues etc.
Elections to the county council take place every 4 years. Gary Musson - Swadlincote Central Division. This is a new measure that we're currently fitting to all of our buses. Below is a video we've recently created with the help of a number of partners throughout the East Midlands to promote the wearing of face coverings as we all play our part to help protect our community #LPOC. Vacancy for a Belper South Councillor please contact Amber Valley Borough Council for more information.
Jim Perkins - Chapel and Hope Valley Division, Chris Short - Duffield and Belper South Division. We therefore advise customers where possible to hold these areas, as shown in the image below. Belper DE56 & Alderly Edge SK9 . They are elected to represent the interests of the local community as a whole and promote a harmonious local environment. Read more > about PSPO extension consultation. Councillor for Sutton division, serving the communities of Calow, Arkwright Town, Holmewood, North Wingfield, Temple Normanton and Grassmoor.
He is deputy leader and Cabinet Member for Highways, Transport and Infrastructure. Peter is the vice chairman of the Council's Improvement and Scrutiny Places Committee and a member of the Pensions and Investment Committee. In addition to wearing a face covering, our original covid precautions are still relevant. County Councillors can also help with these issues, but also on matters such as education, health, waste disposal, local Government waste, care of vulnerable people, highways, and more. Due to Covid-19 the planned session for the Primary Schools has unfortunately had to be postponed until 2021, however, a virtual session was held for students at Belper School on Monday 12th October. Page generated in 0.1146 seconds. Black History Month - Black History Month Belper Town Council is pleased to support this year's Black History Month, (October), both financially and by working with Belper and Milford Schools and North Mill Trust.
However as our community begins to open up, we will be here to help Belper and Milford recover it's vibrant soul and beating heart. We'd like to reiterate that customers are required to wear a face covering at all times whilst on board, unless exempt. Did this page help you with your query or service request? Local councillors Chris Short and David Taylor met with Cllr Trevor Ainsworth, Cabinet Support Member for Highways to get an assessment of the bollards by Derbyshire a County Council Highways who have now had them removed. We have applied them to prominent touch points on buses to minimise the transfer of bacteria. These are outdoor events that always run despite foul weather, they will only be cancelled if an adverse weather warning is issued by the Met Office in accordance with the Council's Adverse Weather Policy, The Council requires a committed and reliable contractor that will deliver a service as specifically described above.