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Derbyshire County Council unveil their Climate & Carbon Reduction Manifesto

Derbyshire County Council unveil their Climate & Carbon Reduction Manifesto

Posted: Fri, 07 Jun 2019 12:36 by Jo Mitchell

Derbyshire County Council have unveiled their Derbyshire Climate and Carbon Reduction Manifesto and pledged that they will do all they can to reduce their carbon footprint, cut waste and work with partners, businesses and communities to reduce emissions and improve the environment. More »

They plan to call on the Government to ensure the necessary policies, legislation and investments are in place so it can work to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the county.

The Climate and Carbon Reduction Manifesto makes a number of pledges including:

  • reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the council estate and operations by 55% by 2022
  • supporting the development of low carbon travel and low emission vehicle infrastructure for electric vehicles and introducing electric vehicles into the council fleet
  • working with business and local government partners in China, Japan, India and other countries to foster and encourage carbon reduction in business and tourism activities
  • working with developers to build greener, more sustainable homes and developing policy with district and borough councils around new builds so they are less dependent on carbon and fossil fuel
  • stimulating business opportunities and job creation in the low carbon sector
  • working with partners such as D2N2 and the Midlands Energy Hub to support renewable energy generation projects
  • promoting renewable energy generation and improved energy efficiency, including through the use of smart technology.

The new Manifesto will build on the work they are already doing to reduce carbon emissions and tackle climate change and policies are already in place to tackle unnecessary waste.

Since 2010 emissions have been reduced from street lights by 63% due to the rolling out of LEDs, and across their estate (buildings and vehicles) emissions have been reduced by 34%.

They are already supporting a programme of installing electric vehicle charge points across the county and the use of single-use plastics and non-recyclable cups have been stopped in any type of catering at County Hall.

For more information and to view a copy of the manifesto please click here.

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Dronfield Gala set to be a scorcher!

Dronfield Gala set to be a scorcher!

Posted: Thu, 30 May 2019 12:14 by Jo Mitchell

With just a month to go, this summers Gala - taking place on Sunday 30th June between 12pm and 4pm in Cliffe Park - is set to be another great event with some fantastic features on the day highlighted below; More »

Animal Encounters

This year children of all ages will be able to encounter a wide variety of animals at the Gala ranging from pygmy hedgehogs to lizards to meerkats plus many more. Come and discover more about each animal from it's owner on the day.

Children's Crafts

In Gosforth Lodge, there will be a fantastic selection of craft activities for children of all ages including badge making, jumping clay and much more - for which there will be a small charge.

Over 20 stall holders

There will also be the usual great selection of stalls from local community groups and commercial businesses. Stalls signed up so far include First Responders, Heritage Trust, RSPB, Caz's Cakes, Bluebell Wood Childresn Hospice, Morgan's Woodfired Pizza, Gin & Fizz and the Donut Hut. Dronfield Pharmacy will also be there to raise funds for the British Heart Foundation.


Entertainment will be provided throughout the afternoon in the central arena. This year, regular dance group Dance Dronfield, will be joined by the marvellous Dronfield Genquip Brass Band and for the first time Dronfield Wado-Ryu Karate will be demonstrating the awesome talents of their members.

Fairground Rides

There will be the usual great selection of fairgrounds rides and inflatables for all ages. Plus the Town Council have arranged for trampolines, the circus skills workshop and Wipeout - all of which will be free of charge.

The Gala will be officially opened by the Dronfield Town Mayor and don't forget entry on the day is free of charge, so make sure the date is in your diary now! » Less

The National Lottery helps fund Gosforth Lodge refurbishment

The National Lottery helps fund Gosforth Lodge refurbishment

Posted: Wed, 22 May 2019 11:26 by Jo Mitchell

During the half term holidays next week (27th - 31st May), Gosforth Lodge in Cliffe Park will be receiving a new lease of life. The room will be painted, have a new hard wearing floor fitted and new sleek blinds fitted. This is in part thanks to a successful application to the National Lottery Community Fund, which awarded £10,000 towards the cost of the project. More »

Gosforth Lodge is a community venues that helps bring people together. The venue is currently used by a wide variety of groups including a toddler play group, the Old Peoples Welfare Committee, Friends of Dronfield Train Station, yoga groups, Town Women's Guild and the Women's Institute. It is also a popular choice for children's birthday parties.

By providing the venue with a new lease of life it will enable more members of the community to benefit from this great space located within Dronfield's largest play area, Cliffe Park.

If you would like to hire the venue please call Carole on 01246 418573 or visit the council office.

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