Dronfield Town Council

Serving the people of Dronfield

Monument

Town Clerk: Andrew Tristram
Dronfield Civic Hall
Dronfield Civic Centre
Dronfield, Derbyshire S18 1PD

Tel: 01246 418573

  • Council Services

    Council Services

    Our normal office opening times are 10am to 4pm Monday to Friday.

  • Halls for Hire

    Halls for Hire

    Hire this fantastic venue (large stage and tiered seating) or choose from a range of smaller rooms.

  • Parks & Open Spaces

    Parks & Open Spaces

    Enjoy the many parks around Dronfield or hire Gosforth Lodge in Cliffe Park.

Dronfield Town Council provides YOUR local services. We strive to make Dronfield a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find what you want or would like to recommend any improvements to our website then please contact us. Alternatively the Town Council office opening hours are normally 10am to 4pm Monday to Friday.

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Accounts for year ending 31 March 2019

Latest News

Availability on the MUGA pitch at Cliffe Park

Availability on the MUGA pitch at Cliffe Park

Posted: Wed, 12 Feb 2020 10:46 by Jo Mitchell

A number of slots have become available for the Multi Use Games Area (MUGA) at Cliffe Park. The pitch is ideal for football teams and has flood lighting for the winter months.

There are currently the following times available each day; More »

Mondays - 8pm to 9pm and 9pm to 10pm
Tuesdays - no availability
Wednesdays - 7pm to 8pm
Thursdays - no availability
Friday - 6pm to 7pm and 8pm to 9pm

For a 10 week booking the cost to hire the pitch would be £30.70 per week. If booked on a weekly basis the cost would be £36.84.

If you would like to make a booking please contact Carole Dick on 01246 418573 or by emailing carole.dick@dronfield.gov.uk » Less

Consultation on funding for local voluntary and community groups

Consultation on funding for local voluntary and community groups

Posted: Mon, 10 Feb 2020 12:00 by Jo Mitchell

Local voluntary and community sector groups in Derbyshire are being asked to help shape their future funding arrangements during a 12 week consultation.

Derbyshire County Council have launched a consultation into funding for the local voluntary and community sector (VCS) infrastructure organisations with a view to developing a fairer more consistent way of allocating money to support its ambitions and priorities. More »

They have already met with the infrastructure groups – umbrella organisations which offer information, support, guidance, training and funding advice to the local charitable sector – as well as health partners and district and borough councils, to develop future funding principles based on:

  • fairness and consistency
  • outcomes (measurable achievements)
  • long term sustainability

Derbyshire County Council now want as many people as possible across the county to take part in the consultation and give their views.

Derbyshire County Council Cabinet Member for Health and Communities Councillor Carol Hart said:

"We've already been out talking to infrastructure organisations to find out what they need from us to carry out their work in a sustainable way. Based on their feedback, we've come up with some ideas and we'd now like to hear from as many people as possible on what they think of our proposals."

Derbyshire County Council give grants of more than £3 million a year to local voluntary and charity groups carrying out valuable work for Derbyshire residents. A proportion of the funding supports the infrastructure organisations – often local council for voluntary service (CVS) groups.

The new proposals could see grants given out over 4 years instead of one, distributed along borough and district boundary lines and key performance indicators introduced.

A report on the outcome of the consultation is due back before Cabinet in the summer.

Read more about the proposals and fill in our online questionnaire.

The deadline for completed questionnaires is Thursday 30th April 2020. » Less

Trees for Dronfield Residents

Trees for Dronfield Residents

Posted: Thu, 06 Feb 2020 11:27 by Jo Mitchell

Following the first stage of Dronfield Town Council's tree planting project, the Council is now opening up applications to all Dronfield residents.

In partnership with Ferndale Garden Centre, a total of 20 trees will be gifted this winter to residents within the town. More »

Residents must have a suitable garden and trees will be of an appropriate type and size. All 20 trees available will be gifted on a first come, first served basis, once applicants have been verified. There is a maximum of one free tree per household.

Residents will be responsible for the ongoing care and maintenance of the tree and information regarding this will be provided by Ferndale Garden Centre.

If you would like to apply for one of the 20 trees available please complete the form below and return it to the town council office as soon as possible. » Less