Darley Dale Town Council

Serving the people of Darley Dale

Town Clerk: Sian Bacon
The Whitworth Centre, Station
Road, Darley Dale, Matlock
Derbyshire DE4 2EQ

Tel: 01629 735 248

There is no public Remembrance Service this year so the Darley Dale Methodist Church have recorded a special service for us. Click the picture below to watch it.

DARLEY DALE TOWN COUNCIL

NOTICE OF VACANCY IN THE OFFICE OF TOWN COUNCILLOR IN THE NORTH WARD

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972 that ONE CASUAL VACANCY exists in the office of Councillor for the said Town Council.

An election to fill the vacancy will be arranged on receipt of a valid request in writing from ten local government electors for the Parish Ward.

If no such request is made, the vacancy will be filled by co-option by the Town Council.

Requests for such an election should be addressed to: The Returning Officer, Derbyshire Dales District Council, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3NN, to arrive not later than 27th October 2020

6th October 2020

Signed Mrs Sian Bacon Town Clerk

  • Mary Myers, Mayor of Darley Dale, and Councillor Alan Long, who is also Chair of The Whitworth Centre, at the first Town Council Community Awards Ceremony.

  • Our Office is normally open on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10.00 to 12.00.

  • A view over the lake in Whitworth Gardens.

  • Whitworth Centre

    Whitworth Centre

    Our office is based here.

  • Whitworth Park July 2018

    Whitworth Park July 2018

  • Whitworth Park July 2018

    Whitworth Park July 2018

  • Whitworth Park July 2018

    Whitworth Park July 2018

  • Whitworth Park July 2018

    Whitworth Park July 2018

  • Whitworth Park July 2018

    Whitworth Park July 2018

  • Whitworth Park July 2018

    Whitworth Park July 2018

  • Lake in Whitworth park

    Lake in Whitworth park

  • Whitworth Park July 2018

    Whitworth Park July 2018

  • Whitworth Park July 2018

    Whitworth Park July 2018

Latest News

TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE - Sydnope Hill, Darley Road Darley Moor

Posted: Thu, 05 Nov 2020 09:36 by Sian Bacon

WHEN: 7th December 2020 to 10th December 2020

WHERE: Sydnope Hill, Darley Road Darley Moor: Phase 1 for a distance of 260 metres between Northwood Cottage and Nursery Farm and 250 metres in a south westerly direction from junction with Flash Lane. Phase 2 for a distance of 50 metres in a south westerly direction from junction with Alice Head Road More »

REASON: To facilitate Carriageway Resurfacing.

ALTERNATIVE ROUTE: Darley Road, Matlock Road, Amber Lane, Chesterfield Road, Lime Tree Road, Matlock Green, Causeway Lane, Bakewell Road, Derwent Way, Dale Road South, Sydnope Hill Ashover and vice versa.

Access will be maintained, whenever reasonably possible, on the affected length of road. The road will re-open as soon as the work is finished. This may be earlier than advertised. Derbyshire County Council apologises for any inconvenience caused while work takes place. Anyone needing further information should ring Call Derbyshire on 01629 533190. » Less

Derbyshire Dales Moves to Tier 2

Posted: Fri, 30 Oct 2020 10:34 by Ian

Latest news from Derbyshire Dales

Derbyshire Dales to move into Tier 2
PLEASE SHARE | The Derbyshire Dales moves into the COVID HIGH Alert Level (Tier 2) from 00:01 this Saturday, 31 October. The Government's announcement that all of Derbyshire becomes Tier 2 from the early hours of Saturday comes as the rate of COVID19 infections continues to rise rapidly across the UK.
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Spot checks to ensure Dales businesses are COVID-secure

Posted: Tue, 06 Oct 2020 10:16 by Sian Bacon

Your District Council is working with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to carry out spot checks to make sure local businesses are COVID-secure.

The authority is also working alongside local public health authorities to support the understanding of any patterns in confirmed coronavirus cases in the area. More »

During the checks – which start next week - the council will provide advice and guidance to manage risk and protect workers, customers and visitors. Where any businesses are not managing this, officers will take immediate action.

This can range from the provision of specific advice, issuing enforcement notices, stopping certain work practices until they are made safe and, where businesses fail to comply, could lead to prosecution.

Being COVID-secure means that businesses need to put adjustments in place to manage the risk and protect workers and others from coronavirus.

Further information on how to manage the risk of coronavirus in different business sectors is available online at www.gov.uk/guidance » Less