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What's on at Dronfield Civic Hall
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Find out Whats On at Dronfield Civic Hall during December 2013
Mon, 02 Dec 2013 18:00 by Andrew Tristram
Save Dronfield Fire Station
Natascha Engel is holding a public meeting on the future of Dronfield Fire Station:
FROM 2PM TO 4PM ON SUNDAY 8 DECEMBER 2013
AT GOSFORTH LODGE IN CLIFFE PARK, DRONFIELD
Derbyshire Fire and Rescue are consulting on plans to close nine fire stations across the county. One of those is Dronfield. More »
This is your chance to put forward your views which we can send to the Fire Authority as part of their consultation which ends 23 December 2013.
Please encourage as many people as you can to come along.
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Mon, 11 Nov 2013 16:42 by Andrew Tristram
We NEED you, your friends, work colleagues and family to help stop Dronfield Fire Station from closure. How?? Spend a few minutes submitting your objection to our local MP, Fire Authority Chairman, Councillors and complete the online consultation being carried out by Derbyshire Fire Service. Please play your part in supporting the campaign and demonstrating how valuable our local Fire Station is. More »
Please complete the Consultation questionnaire :
Fri, 11 Oct 2013 16:30 by Andrew Tristram
Have your say on proposals from Derbyshire Fire and Rescue for the closure of Dronfield Fire Station.
You can read about the proposals for changes across Derbyshire, and in particular Proposal 13 which explains the plans for Dronfield. More »