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    Our offices are open Monday to Thursday 8.45am - 5:15pm and Friday 8.45am - 4.45pm.

    From 2nd July the offices will open 10am to 4pm Monday to Friday

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    Halls for Hire

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

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    Parks & Open Spaces

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

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Dronfield in Bloom Entry Form 2018

Dronfield in Bloom Entry Form 2018

Wed, 20 Jun 2018 09:15 by Jo Mitchell

Entries are now being taken for the 2018 Dronfield in Bloom Competition.

There are six categories to enter which include;
+ Best front garden
+ Best front garden tubs and planters
+ Best front garden hanging baskets
+ Best Nursing Homes in Bloom
+ Best Business in Bloom More »

You can download the entry form here and return it to the Town Council offices to enter. The deadline for entries is 27th July and judging will take place in August.

Please note: rear garden tub/planters and hanging baskets cannot be judged.

Fantastic Line Up of Stalls at the Gala

Fantastic Line Up of Stalls at the Gala

Mon, 18 Jun 2018 15:07 by Jo Mitchell

The Dronfield Gala, will take place on Sunday 1st July between 1pm and 4pm in Cliffe Park. This year there will be a great selection of over 20 commercial and community stalls including the following; More »

An interactive wildlife stand from the RSPB + Usborne books + Karate Club offering free trial + Face painting + Balloon Buddies + Tombola's and lucky dips + Prosecco Bar + Drone Valley Brewery + Wood Fired Pizza + Dronfield Horticultural Society

In addition to the stalls there will also be fairground rides, inflatables, trampolines, soft play area for younger children, body zorbing for older children and a classic circus workshop suitable for everyone.

Don't forget entry is free! » Less

Bramleymoor Lane public inquiry due to start

Bramleymoor Lane public inquiry due to start

Thu, 14 Jun 2018 13:09 by Jo Mitchell

Planning inspector Elizabeth Hill will decide on behalf of the government whether or not to grant planning permission to oil and chemical firm INEOS for the development on Bramleymoor Lane, near the village of Marsh Lane. More »

INEOS wants to erect a drilling rig up to 60 metres tall on privately-owned land off Bramleymoor Lane and drill around 2,400 metres below the ground to investigate the suitability of the rock for 'fracking' – the process of injecting water and chemicals at high pressure into rocks deep underground to create tiny cracks so shale gas can flow up a well to the surface and be collected.

The inquiry, which is being held at The Assembly Rooms at the Market Hall in Soresby Street, Chesterfield, is due to start at 10am on Tuesday and is expected to last around 8 days.

Representatives for INEOS, Derbyshire County Council and Eckington Against Fracking will all address the inquiry.

In February, the Derbyshire County Council planning committee voted by a majority of 9 to 1 to oppose the proposal at the inquiry.

Everyone attending the inquiry is encouraged to look at useful information about the proceedings such as parking and timescales for the inquiry. » Less