News & Information

Road Closures – See List Below

Roadworks Sign

Sledgegate Lane, Lea

Sledgegate Lane, Lea will be closed between its junctions with Lea Main Road and Holt Lane to facilitate water connection repairs from 25th – 28th February 2020. Click here for details.

Lea Road (Between Lea Bridge & Cromford)

Lea Road is closed between Lea Bridge and Cromford due to a landslip. Click here for details. Diversions are in place. For details of all roadworks and road closures across the county, click here to access the One Network portal.  The photos below show the current situation at Lea Road.

Lea Road Photo 1Lea Road Photo 2

Date of next Parish Council Meeting

  • Wednesday 4th March 2020 – 7.00pm

Venue: Florence Nightingale Memorial Hall

Community Speedwatch

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.

Wildflower Area – Lea Recreation Ground

A wildflower area is planned for Lea Recreation Ground (near the upper picnic table). This will require an area of grass to be left unmown so it can thrive, look attractive and attract pollinators and other insects and wildlife. Look out for it in 2020/2021!

Neighbourhood Plan 

The Dethick, Lea and Holloway Neighbourhood Plan has been submitted to Amber Valley Borough Council and is now available on their website, together with the accompanying documents. Click here to access the documents. For more information click here to visit the Village Website.

Play Area – Lea Recreation Ground

The play area at Lea Recreation Ground is inspected and where possible, maintained by parish councillors and other volunteers. Please help us by keeping the area tidy and looking after the play equipment . Please report any problems to the Parish Council.

Time Swap – Swap time not money!

Time Swap is an initiative that encourages local communities to help each other by sharing time and talents. As a Time Swap member you can earn ‘time’ by doing things in your community that you enjoy, or are good at, to help other people. You can then spend that time on getting help from other people with something that you find difficult or someone in your community could teach you a new skill.  Click here for more information

Useful Links – Click on image below to access website

Link to Amber Valley Borough Council Website

Link to Derbyshire County Council Website

Link to GOV UK Website