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Derbyshire Dales District Council

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Derbyshire County Council

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Helpful Numbers

Childline: 0800 1111

Samaritans: 116 123

Domestic Violence Hotline: 0808 2000 247

Mind: 0300 123 3393

Age UK: 0800 169 6565

La Leche League: 0345 1202918 (for mums struggling to get formula milk)


Mobile Library Routes March 2020 – June 2020

Derbyshire library service has two mobile libraries, based at Buxton and Long Eaton, serving around 150 communities across the county. These communities are visited once every four weeks and the mobile libraries offer a range of services for everyone including fiction and non-fiction books for adults and children, large print books, books on tape and books on CD as well as a selection of local studies books and information.

The mobile libraries have a lift for wheelchair users and people with mobility

Southern Mobile Library Routes 23 March 2020 to 12 June 2020

 


Tuesday 4th February 2020 Parish Council Meeting, 7.30pm

Please find below the agenda for our meeting on Tuesday 4th February at 7.30pm in the Village Hall kitchen.

Agenda 04.02.2020

 

 


Tuesday 14th January 2020 Parish Council Meeting, 7.30pm

Please find below the agenda for our meeting on Tuesday 14th February at 7.30pm in the Village Hall kitchen.

Agenda 14.01.2020

 

 


Mobile Library Routes December 2019-February 2020

Derbyshire library service has two mobile libraries, based at Buxton and Long Eaton, serving around 150 communities across the county. These communities are visited once every four weeks and the mobile libraries offer a range of services for everyone including fiction and non-fiction books for adults and children, large print books, books on tape and books on CD as well as a selection of local studies books and information.

The mobile libraries have a lift for wheelchair users and people with mobility problems.

Southern Mobile Library Routes 30 December 2019 to 20 March 2020

 


January 2020 Parish Council Meeting – Tuesday 14th

Please note our January meeting will take place 1 week later, on Tuesday 14th January at 7:30pm in the Village Hall kitchen.

 

 


Reporting matters to Derbyshire Police

Lately there has been a slight increase in matters adversely impacting upon the community. To ignore it and hope that ‘someone else’ will deal with it only frustrates any response we can expect.

Generally any Police response to matters occurring in the village will only happen IF THEY KNOW ABOUT IT.

We don’t really have the right to moan about Police response if we haven’t told them!

Many may not realise the different ways of reporting matters, so the following is a useful guide of how, and what, to report:

1.       Traffic Matters. Incidents of speeding, reckless, dangerous etc matters can be reported via this link. It is fairly straightforward and has been used to report speeding matters through the village along Derby Road.  https://www.derbyshire.police.uk/ro/report/rti/rti-a/report-a-road-traffic-incident/

2.       Crime Reporting: To report crime that have occurred, use the following link https://www.derbyshire.police.uk/ro/report/ocr/af/how-to-report-a-crime/

NOTE:  If the crime is occurring at the time and is of an urgent matter (domestic violence, burglary in action, assault in action, theft in action etc) call 999

3.       Incident Reporting: To report an incident or pass information, use the following link https://www.derbyshire.police.uk/tua/tell-us-about/soh/something-youve-seen-or-heard/

NOTE: This method will ask for your details. If you are concerned re this see Crimestoppers below.

4.       Crimestoppers: Can be used to provide anonymous information that will be subsequently passed to Police. https://crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information

It is hoped that the community will have the confidence to use any of the above appropriate reporting methods about matters concerning the village and or wider community.

Don’t forget. If its an emergency 999

Alternatively you can report matters using 101

Finally this link will direct you to a web page which has various methods of contacting Derbyshire Police.  https://www.derbyshire.police.uk/contact/af/contact-us/

 


Notice of Poll, 14th June 2018

A poll for the Neighbourhood Planning Referendum for the Doveridge Parish Neighbourhood Area will be held on THURSDAY 14 JUNE 2018, between the hours of 7:00 AM and 10:00 PM

You can see the full notice of the poll here: Notice of Poll for Doveridge Neighbourhood Plan


DDDC Confirmation Letter of Referendum, 14th June 2018

Below is a link to the official letter we have received from Derbyshire Dales District Council informing us of the date of the Referendum in respect of the Doveridge Neighbourhood Plan.

Letter of Confirmation for Referendum

and below is the Notice of Referendum

NOTICE OF REFERENDUM


NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN – PASSED!

The Examiner has now passed our Neighbourhood Plan with agreed modifications. The Plan will now go forward to Referendum when the DDDC have completed the amendments. At Referendum the whole village will be invited to vote. We need at least 50% of those who vote to agree to adopt the Plan and it then becomes a statutory document intended to map the future of the village until 2033.

It has taken the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group over two years’ work to get to this stage and also involved the whole village in Questionnaires, Housing Needs Surveys etc. We will be at the forefront of towns and villages in DDDC to have an adopted Plan.