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Mobile Library

The Mobile library will visit Parwich on 13th December, 17th January and 14th February between 3:35 and 3:45pm.

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Press Release from Derbyshire Dales Council (more…)

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The Parish Council has received a number of comments about potholes in and around the village. The Parish Council has no powers to deal with these are they are the responsibility of the Highways Authority, Derbyshire County Council. They do respond to problems logged on their website which can be reached here.


If you wish to log an issue and are unable to this site the Parish Clerk can assist you.


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EU Election Results

With a turnout of 34.7%, only slightly more than 2014, the Brexit Party took over the two seats previously held by UKIP and won a third from the Tories, who lost both theirs. The LibDems regained the seat they lost in 2014, and Labour held their one seat.

Congratulations to our new MEPs here in the East Midlands Region:

  • Rory Palmer (Labour)
  • Bill Newton Dunn (LibDem)
  • Annunziata Rees-Mogg (The Brexit Party)
  • Jonathan Bullock (The Brexit Party)
  • Matthew Patten (The Brexit Party)

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There is no collection on bank holiday Monday (27 May) so all collections are one day later than usual that week, including a Saturday collection on 1 June (for usual Friday rounds). Details of which containers to put out can be found using our ‘when is my collection?‘ search facility.

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EU Elections on Thursday

This Thursday (23rd of May) we are voting in the EU Parliamentary election, note if you don’t cast your vote, someone else’s choice will win. In the last election in 2014 there was a disappointing 33% turnout for our region. The Parwich polling station is the Memorial Hall with voting from 7am to 10pm.

In our region, the East Midlands, we have five MEPs, which in the outgoing Parliament were:

  • Rupert Matthews – Conservative (standing again)
  • Emma McClarkin – Conservative (standing again)
  • Rory Palmer – Labour (standing again)
  • Margot Parker – UKIP
  • Jonathan Bullock – UKIP (now standing for the Brexit Party)

In this election you vote by selecting your preferred party, however continue reading to find out about the very varied 2019 candidate lists. (more…)

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The mobile library dates for Parwich are 28th June, 26th July and 23rd August between 3:15 and 3:35 on the Green.

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