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

We are working hard to ensure that we can maintain as many of our services as possible during the Covid-19 pandemic. If you require help during the outbreak please contact Derbyshire County Council's Community Response Unit by visiting:

https://www.derbyshire.gov.uk/social-health/health-and-wellbeing/health-protection/disease-control/coronavirus/community-response-unit/if-you-need-help/if-you-need-help.aspx or call them on 01629 535091

Derbyshire Dales have created a webpage www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk/coronavirus with links to guidance about the new Lockdown 2 restrictions, Covid advice & support for local residents and businesses and any impacts on the services they provide for you.

General Enquiries –As of Thursday 5th November the Council staff will be working from home as per Government guidance. If you need to contact us, please email us: townclerk@darleydale.gov.uk. Please also follow our Facebook page darleydaletowncouncil for regular posts and updates

Council Meetings – Council meetings are taking place virtually. Details of virtual meetings that are due to take place are on the Council Meetings and Papers section of this website.

Events – Unfortunately the Council has had to cancel the following planned events due to the outbreak: The Pantomime usually held in the Whitworth Centre during the school holidays and the Remembrance Service and Parade.

This year due to the Coronavirus restrictions the Remembrance Service has been recorded by Rev R Foster from Darley Dale Methodist Church and Rev S Monk from St Helen's Church and will be posted online and on social media on Sunday 8th November. Councillors and Whitworth Trustees will be laying wreaths at the memorial and Darley Dale Primary PTA are encouraging pupils and residents to decorate rocks with poppies to help commemorate. Please feel free to decorate your rocks and leave them by the memorial in the Whitworth Park. Any other organisations or individuals wishing to lay wreaths are welcome to do so.