News & Information


Derbyshire Lamp Post Poppy Campaign 2018

The Parish Council is pleased to confirm that a total £419.00 has been raised for the Derbyshire Lamp Post Poppy Campaign 2018. This will hopefully enable a poppy to be attached to every lamp column in the parish. Thank you to everyone who has donated.


Candlelight Procession – Saturday 10th November 2018 – 6pm

To mark 100 years since the end of the First World War, the parish council is organising a candlelight procession which will take place on Saturday 10th November 2018 starting at 6pm. The procession will start at Lea Primary School and finish at the Florence Nightingale Memorial Hall, where refreshments will be available. LED candles will be provided and given out at the start of the event. Watch this space for further details.


New planting scheme at Holloway Cemetery

The Parish Council’s Cemetery Working Group has recently completed a planting project in front of the Receiving House at Holloway Cemetery, which has made the area more welcoming and attractive to visitors.


Mobile Library

Derbyshire library service has two mobile libraries, based at Buxton and Long Eaton, serving around 150 communities across the county. These communities are visited once every four weeks and the mobile libraries offer a range of services for everyone including fiction and non-fiction books for adults and children, large print books, books on tape and books on CD as well as a selection of local studies books and information. For more information including routes and schedules click here.


Disruption to Train Services – 22nd July to 7th October 2018

We have been informed of disruption to train services due to Derby train station improvement and re-signalling works. Services affected are Matlock to Derby, Derby to Nottingham, Derby to London and Derby to Chesterfield and Sheffield.

See how you’ll be affected and plan ahead now! Visit www.derby2018.co.uk for more information. You can also download this Customer Leaflet and Derwent Valley Line Services Summary.


Rededication of our War Memorial 

 

 

 

 

 

A big thank you to everyone who came along to the rededication event on Sunday 8th October 2017. The event was very successful with over 200 people attending.

Click here to view photos

The event was special because it marked 95 years to the day since the Duke of Devonshire unveiled the war memorial at the original dedication service on 8th October 1922. Although the current Duke was unable to attend, a letter of support was received and was read out at the start of the event. Click here to view the letter.

The event also marked the completion of a £10,000 Heritage Lottery Funded project, which has enabled us to restore the Memorial Grounds, which were laid out in the early 1920s and dedicated to the men of the parish who lost their lives in the Great War 1914 – 1918. Work undertaken includes tree management, shrub and tree planting, repainting of the war memorial plaque, repairs to the memorial shelter roof, a new handrail and new signage. Click here to see photos of work undertaken.


Neighbourhood Plan 

For the latest updates on the Neighbourhood Plan visit the Neighbourhood Plan page of the Village Website. Click here to to view date for the next steering group meeting.


Receiving House Repairs and New Signage at Holloway Cemetery

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The Parish Council is pleased to report that repairs to the Receiving House at Holloway Cemetery are now complete. Work has been carried out to the roof and the structure of the building. Broken windows have also been re-glazed. In addition to this, new signage and a new noticeboard have been installed.

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