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Parish Councillors Page Parish Council News - please click links for more information where available Weight restriction information and monitoring report form (Opens in a new window) See also update (24.9.2012) on action on HGVs

Reporting Flooding Incidents

Flood advice and contact details from Derbyshire County Council at www.derbyshire.gov.uk/environment/flooding/reporting_flooding/default.asp

For non-highway drains you should contact Severn-Trent Water customer services to ‘officially’ log your concerns 0800 783 4444 or

www.stwater.co.uk/waste-water-and-sewers/during-flooding/sewer-flooding/

Free Adult Cycle Training available in our area, courtesy of Derbyshire County Council.


For more information visit Derbyshire County Council’s website from this link.

Flood Warning Alerts - a service from your Parish Council - click here for more information

Residents will be aware that the Parish Council continues to lobby the County and Borough Councils about the levels of traffic driving through the village - you will have noticed the equipment in situ around the village during last September. We now have received the results of those surveys and electronic copies are available on request from the Clerk.


The Parish Council intends to use the information gathered as evidence of the need for improvements to the local highways infrastructure and the policing of the speed of vehicles travelling in the area.

Results of Recent Traffic Survey Data

New charges at Household Waste Recycling Centres

Charges for people taking building and demolition waste to Derbyshire County Council’s household waste recycling centres will start on Monday 3 April 2017. Government cuts mean our budget will be a third lower in 2018 than in 2010 and we need to find new ways of helping to pay Derbyshire’s £37.2m waste bill each year.

The types of waste that will incur the new charges are concrete, mortar, rubble, hardcore and ceramics. The charge will be £3 per standard rubble sack and payment will be by card machine only to reduce security risks.

Full details of what items will be chargeable can be found on the attached leaflet or at www.derbyshire.gov.uk/wastecharges