Dronfield Town Council

Serving the people of Dronfield

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

Tel: 01246 418573

  • Council Services

    Council Services

    The Town Council office remains closed to members of the public. However, you can still contact staff via phone, email or the website between 10am and 4pm Monday to Friday.

  • Parks & Open Spaces

    Parks & Open Spaces

    Enjoy the many parks around Dronfield including Cliffe Park, however please adhere to the guidance in place to help keep everyone safe.

  • Stay at Home

    Stay at Home

    During the current national restrictions please stay at home unless you need to make an essential journey, to help protect the NHS and save lives.

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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If you have any difficulty accessing any areas of our website please contact us by calling 01246 418573 or email townclerk@dronfield.gov.uk to discuss how we can help accommodate your needs and requirements.

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Annual Accounts for year ending 31st March 2021

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Office staff are continuing to work during this time and are still contactable by phone on 01246 418573, email via townclerk@dronfield.gov.uk or through the Town Council website, although the council office remains closed to members of the public. If you don't get through please leave a message and we will respond to you directly. Our Outside Services Team have worked throughout lockdown and continue to keep our parks and open spaces tidy and maintained, while adhering to Government guidelines on social distancing.

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Town Council Facilities

The Town Council is able to keep open some of its facilities and venues for permitted events only, which are eligible. Bookings are being taken for the Civic Hall and Gosforth Lodge but only for groups permitted to continue under the Government Guidance, such as support groups, voluntary groups and activities for under 18 year olds from 12th April.

All our outdoor sports facilities have now reopened. Our parks and play areas remain open for residents to use for exercise.

The Town Council urges any local residents using the parks and venues to adhere to social distancing and continue to wash hands thoroughly after being in these areas and to try and not touch your face.

Please stay safe and help keep each other safe by respecting the measures that have been put in place.

For further details on the national lockdown restrictions in place please click here.

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Latest News

New recruit Amy Johnson joins the team

New recruit Amy Johnson joins the team

Posted: Thu, 24 Jun 2021 12:45 by Jo Mitchell

Dronfield Town Council are delighted to welcome Amy Johnson to the team. Amy is the new Administration Officer and will be looking after the booking and invoicing process for the Town Council's venues and sports facilities, in addition to general administration duties and handling enquiries coming into the office. More »

Amy, has a Diploma in Business Administration and previously worked in the hospitality sector as a Sales Manager. However, after realising she would like a new challenge, she felt this role would be perfect for her.

"I am excited to see what this new role has to offer and the new skills that I will gain, as well as contributing skills that I already have from previous administration experience.

As a local Dronfield resident myself I am extremely familiar with the area, and even more so within the last year, as I have been going on lots of walks with my family, much like the rest of Dronfield.

I am looking forward to getting to know everyone within my workplace and to be joining such a hard-working team," said Amy.

The Town Council manage the bookings for the Civic Hall and Gosforth Lodge, in addition to cricket and football pitches at Dronfield Woodhouse, Coal Aston, Stonelow and Cliffe Park. If you would like to make a booking or simply enquire about availability please email amy.johnson@dronfield.gov.uk or visit the venue hire section on the website www.dronfield.gov.uk. » Less

Investigation into the status of Upper School Lane - Dronfield

Investigation into the status of Upper School Lane - Dronfield

Posted: Tue, 15 Jun 2021 13:07 by Jo Mitchell

Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 Section 53

Continuous Review of the Definitive Map and Statement of Public Rights of Way – Investigation into the status of Upper School Lane - Dronfield

Derbyshire County Council is aware of evidence indicating that Upper School Lane, Dronfield ought to be added to the definitive map and statement of public rights of way in Derbyshire. More »

The County Council has a duty under section 53 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 to keep the definitive map and statement under continuous review and, where it appears that there is evidence that a particular right of way ought either to be added to the definitive map and statement or have its existing status changed in some way, to make the requisite definitive map modification order (DMMO) to modify the map and statement.

The County Council would be pleased to receive any information residents might be able to provide which you consider may be relevant to the Council's investigation into its status, e.g. any documents (including old maps, plans or photographs) which provide evidence of the history of the route, any evidence of how it has been used by the public in the past (including any relevant completed public user evidence forms), and any written statement of any personal experience you may have of the route.

Should you have personal knowledge of the route and would like to complete a public user evidence form for the County Council to consider, please send an email to hannah.roberts@derbyshire.gov.uk . Please quote the Council's reference in any correspondence (100976).

Please note that under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 the only factors of relevance to the Council's determination whether or not to make an Order modifying the definitive map and statement of public rights of way are those relating to the existence or acquisition of public access rights. This is because the process is intended to determine, regardless of what physical circumstances might exist on the ground nowadays, the nature of any public access rights existing over the particular route in question.

Any relevant information or comments you wish the County Council to consider with regard to this investigation should be received by 1 July 2021. Please ensure that you quote reference number (100976) in your response. » Less

New date announced for Dronfield Gala

New date announced for Dronfield Gala

Posted: Fri, 11 Jun 2021 15:04 by Loran Stonehouse

The Dronfield Gala, was planned to make a welcome return to Cliffe Park in June, however with increasing uncertainty over whether restrictions will be eased, the Town Council have made the decision to postpone the event just a few weeks. More »

The new date for the Gala is now Sunday 18th July, where it is hoped the event will provide the community with a great reason to get back together.

The Gala will be opened by Dronfield Town Mayor, Cllr Richard Welton and it will run from 12noon until 4pm on the afternoon of Sunday 18th July. There will be a variety of activities to entertain the family including fairground rides, classic cars, a selection of community stalls and some great food and drink stalls for everyone to try. In addition to this the Town Council will be providing a number of attractions free of charge, which include Wipeout, a climbing wall, the ever-popular circus workshop, trampolines and a helter-skelter.

Entertainment will be provided throughout the afternoon by a variety of local dance groups, choirs and martial arts groups.

Entry on the day is free of charge, so we're keeping our fingers crossed the sunny weather continues into July and we look forward to seeing everyone in Cliffe Park on Sunday 18th July. » Less