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Mobile Library Dates

Parwich dates are Friday 20 July, 17 August and 14 September between 3:15 and 3:45.

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Library Consultation

Derbyshire County Council have launched a consultation on the future of the library services in the county. More information can be found here. Residents are being encouraged to complete the questionaire that can be found from the linked article.

There are a number of meetings and focus groups being held including one at Ashbourne Library on 8th June at 2pm.

Also directly the village is the future of the Mobile Library Service. A separate focus group is being formed for that –



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Pot Holes!

We have received the following statement from Derbyshire County Council via our Parish Council.

We recognise how important the condition of the roads in Derbyshire are to Derbyshire residents and the difficulties they are currently facing. However Derbyshire County Council is doing its utmost to complete the necessary repairs in a timely manner, and below is an update on the steps we are currently taking to alleviate what we consider to be a very challenging situation.

In the first week of March whilst the adverse weather was preventing us from getting on the roads we were only able to repair just over 323 pothole in that week.
Last week following the roll out of the approved investment and delivery plan on a four day week (due to back holiday) we completed just in excess of 1,000 pothole repairs.
We currently have just over 70 operatives out on the network repairing potholes.
We currently have 9 hotbox gangs in operation, working extended hours and weekends. As of Monday we will increase this number to 12.
All hotbox gangs have a mandate to find and fix.
We have patching gangs in all three areas of the county undertaking large sections of patching repairs.
We have two Jetpatchers focusing on Derbyshire rural network.

We will continue to endeavour to complete the necessary repairs.


Cllr Simon Spencer
Deputy Leader & Cabinet Member for Highways, Transport & Infrastructure

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Please find details of the proposed temporary speed limit restriction and prohibition of waiting for A5012, A515 and Friden Ln, Newhaven.
You can view the order on this link

For any queries please email, for the attention David Nicholson, or call on 01629 538685.

Derbyshire Highways Hub
Economy, Transport and Environment Department
Derbyshire County Council | County Hall | Matlock | DE4 3AG

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Bin collections catch-up

Catch up bin collections are due to start tomorrow weather permitting. Although that means they are then due to collect our grey general waste and food caddies tomorrow, we are not optimistic that the weather here in Parwich will permit this.

Click here for more info from Derbyshire Dales site

The catch-up of missed waste & recycling collections will start tomorrow (Saturday 3 March), assuming that road conditions have improved. Tomorrow crews will start to collect grey bins/blacks sacks/ food waste and recycling that have been missed this week – starting with Wednesday’s outstanding collections and then Thursday’s and Friday’s. On Monday scheduled grey bin/black sack/food and recycling collections are due to take place. Food waste missed on recycling day this week will be collected next week as scheduled with grey bin/black sacks.

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Please find details of the proposed road closure for Bradbourne Road, Unnamed Section Of B5056 From Horsley Farm To White Meadows Farm Fenny Bentley, currently planned for 12th February for 3 weeks for resurfacing work. This is the stretch from the Tissington ford to the Bentley Brook.
You can view the order on this link
For any queries please email, for the attention Elaine Coope or call 01629 538516

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Mobile Library Dates

Dates for the mobile library for next couple of months –
Friday 2 Feb, 2 March and 19 March for Parwich from 3:15pm to 3:45 pm on the Green.

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