Road Closure: The Hollow, Holloway – 17/18 January 2022
New Play Equipment – Lea Recreation Ground, Holt Lane
New play equipment, incuding a basket swing, slide and climbing bars will be installed in January. New safety gates were installed in December.
Public Meeting – Lea Road Closure – Tue 22nd Feb 2022 – 7pm
Florence Nightingale Memorial Hall, Holloway
Representatives from Derbyshire County Council will be available to give information and answer questions about Lea Road closure and explain when the road may re-open. More
Update from DCC 31/12/21 – Click here to download
Parish Councillor Vacancy
Do you want to make a positive difference to the community and influence decisions that affect the parish? We currently have one Parish Councillor vacancy. More information and how to apply. The closing date for applications is 12noon on Monday 31st January 2022. A second parish council vacancy has also recently occurred. Click here to view the public notice.
The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee 2022
The parish council is hoping to organise a ‘Big Jubilee Lunch’ street party on Sunday 5th June 2022. The idea is to close off Church Street and create a venue for people to bring their own food and drink, whilst enjoying some street entertainment and events for the children. We need volunteers to help organise the event. Anyone interested should contact the parish clerk. For more information download the flyer
Upcoming Parish Council Meetings
- Wed. 2nd February 2022 – 7pm
- Wed. 2nd March 2022 – 7pm
Meetings are held in the Florence Nightingale Memorial Hall, Holloway. Agendas & Minutes
New Community Orchard
Thank you to everyone who has sponsored the fruit trees and helped with the planting of the new Community Orchard at Lea Recreation Ground.
New Bench Installed
A replacement bench has been installed at the junction of Riber Road and Bakers Lane. The memorial plaque that was attached to the old bench has been transferred.
New steps and handrail at Holloway Cemetery
The parish council has recently installed new steps and a handrail at Holloway Cemetery in order to improve access for visitors.
Defibrillator Locations – Holloway & Lea
Emergency Defibrillators are available for public use at the following locations:-
- Florence Nightingale Memorial Hall, Yew Tree Hill, Holloway – Located in porch.
- Lea Green Centre, Main Road, Lea – Located outside sports hall (May not be available when the site is closed).
- Lea Primary School, Church Street, Lea – Located outside main door (Use buzzer system during school hours).
Report a highway problem
Click here to report a highway problem to Derbyshire County Council such as:-
- pot holes
- road markings
- kerb damage
- loose chippings
- missing, damaged, raised or sunken ironwork
Public Footpaths & Public Rights of Way
Derbyshire County Council (DCC) is responsible for public footpaths and public rights of way within the county. To report a problem contact the Public Rights of Way Team – More
Parish Council Facebook Page
The parish council has recently launched a new Facebook page, which is being co-ordinated by one of our parish councillors. Click here to access.
Community Newsletters from AVBC & DCC
- Amber Valley Community Champions Newsletter – More
- Derbyshire County Council Community News – More
- Derbyshire Now – More
Covid-19 Advice & Signposting
- Latest Government advice – More
- Derbyshire County Council Community Response – More
- DLHR Community Support Group – More
- Amber Valley Borough Council – Business Support – More
- NHS hub for Derbyshire – More
- NHS Covid-19 vaccination programme – More
New water butt installed at Holloway Cemetery
A new water butt has been installed at Holloway Cemetery to help with water conservation.
New Planter on Church Street, Holloway
A new planter has been provided on Church Street, Holloway.
New entrance signs for Holloway
To commemorate Florence Nightingale’s bicentenary in 2020, the Parish Council has arranged for the installation of four new entrance signs for Holloway, to celebrate her links with the village. The colour scheme is based on NHS blue.
New Florence Nightingale information board
To commemorate Florence Nightingale’s bicentenary in 2020, a new information board has been installed on the grassed area at the end of Holme Close in Holloway (opposite the Florence Nightingale Memorial Hall).
In response to concerns about vehicles speeding on roads through our villages, the parish council has worked with Derbyshire Constabulary to set up a Community Speedwatch group. Click here to find out more about Community Speedwatch. Also, click here for the latest update from the Speedwatch group.
Neighbourhood Plan Referendum
The Dethick, Lea and Holloway Neighbourhood Plan was accepted following a referendum held on 6th May 2021. Final Decision Statement. The results were: Yes: 467 / No: 47 / Spoilt papers: 4 / Turnout %: 58.53%. Final version of the Neighbourhood Plan