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

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Dronfield to Unstone Shared Cycle Route: Invitation to a Public Meeting

Dronfield to Unstone Shared Cycle Route: Invitation to a Public Meeting

Wed, 16 May 2018 09:25 by Jo Mitchell

B6057 Dronfield to Unstone Shared Cycle Route: Invitation to a Public Meeting on Monday 21st May 2018 at the Memorial Hall, Unstone at 6.30pm.

Derbyshire County Council is currently developing proposals to widen the existing footway alongside the B6057 to create a new shared pedestrian and cycle route from Cemetery Road, Dronfield to connect to bridleways south of Cheetham Avenue in Unstone. The route is being developed to support local economic regeneration proposals for Dronfield town centre and Unstone by linking employment and residential areas and providing more opportunities for tourism and leisure by connecting to longer distance cycle routes and Chesterfield. The route would also offer opportunities for more physical exercise and better health and well-being. More »

Before the County Council considers the outcome of public consultation about the scheme, they would like to invite members of the public to an additional public meeting where County Council officers will be on hand to provide more information about the proposals and the concerns raised during consultation. Your local County Councillor, Alex Dale, will also be in attendance to hear views from residents, businesses and local groups. » Less

Town Mayor re-elected for another year

Town Mayor re-elected for another year

Tue, 15 May 2018 13:06 by Jo Mitchell

During last night's Town Council Meeting, Cllr Philip Wright was re-elected as Dronfield Town Mayor for a further year and his wife Mrs Pauline Wright will again serve as Mayoress (pictured right). Cllr Lilian Deighton was elected as Deputy Mayor (pictured left). More »

During the Annual Town Meeting, which took place before the Council meeting, Cllr Wright talked about his past 12 months in office and the highlights from having attended over 200 different events.

Photo courtesy of Dronfield Eye. » Less

Book a stall at the Dronfield Gala now

Book a stall at the Dronfield Gala now

Mon, 14 May 2018 14:07 by Jo Mitchell

Dronfield Town Council are delighted to be hosting the Dronfield Gala on Sunday 1st July 2018. The Gala will take place in Cliffe Park on Callywhite Lane between 1pm and 4pm.

The Gala is an annual fun family afternoon, with a great selection of free activities, along with various stalls, fairground rides and inflatables, which attracts hundreds of visitors. More »

If you would like your community group or business to have a stall at the Gala please contact Carole Dick for more information and a booking form at carole.dick@dronfield.gov.uk or call 01246 418573 to book before 1st June 2018.

Please note there is a small nominal fee per stand. » Less