The Parish Council are pleased to announce 2 trips to Pleasley Vale outdoor activity centre.
The trips available to book are
Tuesday, 12th April 10am - 4pm, ages 7 -11, 4 places still available
Tuesday, 19th April 10am - 4pm, ages 12 -16, 11 places still available
These activities are free to children who live within the parish, and are allocated on a strictly first come first served basis.
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Posted: Thu, 17 Mar 2022 13:19 by Karen Howe
The Parish office will be closed from 13th December until 2nd January 2020.
Our Parish Warden, Chris will be working until Friday, 20th December.
In the event of an emergency the contact number is 07807 266574.
This is to report any damage to festive lighting, issues relating to the parish pavilion and memorial gardens, parish play areas and should snowy weather arrive, grit bin replenishment.
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Posted: Fri, 13 Dec 2019 11:48 by Website Team
The parish meeting on Wednesday, 13th November 2019 is to be held at Heath Village hall, Main Road, Heath.
Commencing at 7pm for public participation/speaking.
All residents are welcome to attend the meeting, either to raise an issue or just to come along and meet your Parish Councillors and listen to what is being discussed.
Posted: Mon, 11 Nov 2019 21:57 by Karen Howe
HS2 would like to make the public aware of a community survey which we will be running along the route of the proposed new railway. Starting this week, 15 October 2018, this will be in the form of a telephone survey carried out by Ipsos MORI on behalf of HS2.
It follows a successful pilot of the survey over the summer, also run by Ipsos MORI, which allowed hs2 to test the methodology. This community... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 22 Oct 2018 22:20 by Website Support
Just a quick update regarding potholes.
Low temperatures and heavy rain have had a significant impact upon our roads. In 2017, Derbyshire County Council had reduced the backlog of potholes by 80%. However, due to the exceptionally bad weather, the number of potholes listed for repair increased from 120 in December 2017 to 2,000 this week. Derbyshire County Council, therefore, are spending an extra £1m... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 13 Mar 2018 11:26 by Website Support