MESSAGE FROM THE LEADER OF THE TOWN COUNCIL
As we begin to emerge from the national lockdown, we can start to see the easing of some restrictions in step one of the Governments roadmap to recovery, with schools across Dronfield reopening to pupils, this week.
News about the falling number of infections and the rising numbers of vaccinations is creating an uplifting feeling, but it is crucial that we continue following the rules for a little longer to further reduce our rates. The national restrictions still apply and while many people are not yet vaccinated, there is still significant risk of our rates rising again.
As we take these first hesitant steps out of lockdown and the signs of spring shows improvements in the weather, we must ask that everyone respects our parks and open spaces and continues to maintain social distancing when outdoors. Our staff have continued to work during the pandemic to maintain these green spaces for residents use and enjoyment.
The Council are looking to put a plan in place over the coming weeks to slowly begin re-opening some of its other facilities and venues, in line with the Governments roadmap to recovery and further details will be added to the website when confirmed.
However, even with these reasons to be positive, we must not let our guard down now. By continuing to stick to the rules, staying at home as much as possible and minimising interaction with other households, we can all do our bit to help stop the spread of this virus.
The council office will remain closed to the public for the time being, as employees work from home. However, residents can still phone the office between 10am and 4pm Monday to Friday and speak to a member of staff or contact us through email or the website.
Your local councillors are also available to offer advice and guidance when needed and residents are encouraged to contact them should they have any concerns - contact details can be found on noticeboards around town or on the website.
By all working together we can finally put an end to the restrictions and eventually reintroduce all the activities, socialising and travel that we've all missed so much.
Please stay safe and keep others safe.
Cllr Angelique Foster
Leader Dronfield Town Council
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5th January 2021 - New National Lockdown from 5th January 2021
4th January 2021 - Derbyshire moved into tier four
26th November 2020 - Health Director urges caution over Christmas as Derbyshire to enter Tier 3
3rd November 2020 - New National Restrictions - Community Centres to Close
15th October 2020 - Tier Two - High Alert Level for Dronfield from Saturday
14th October 2020 - Tier One - Medium Alert Level for Dronfield
16th September 2020 - More details about the NHS COVID-19 App
27th July 2020 - Food drop off sessions at Dronfield Sports Centre to end
3rd July 2020 - Dronfield Library to reopen from Tuesday 7th July
2nd July 2020 - Play areas to reopen from Monday 6th July
22nd May 2020 - Sowing hope garden sets
11th May 2020 - Council meetings to be held virtually
27th April 2020 - National Lottery Awards For All - COVID 19 Project Funding
27th April 2020 - What North East Derbyshire District Council have been doing
21st April 2020 - Read the Dronfield Eye May Edition Now
20th April 2020 - Celebrate VE Day at Home
14th April 2020 - Dog bin collections increased
8th April 2020 - Town Council Services
7th April 2020 - Green Bin Collections Suspended from 10th April
3rd April 2020 - Dronfield Sports Centre Food Collection Point
1st April 2020 - Emotional Support Helpline
1st April 2020 - Do you need help with your shopping?
30th March 2020 - Emotional Health and Well Being
27th March 2020 - Community Response Unit Launched to Help Those in Need
25th March 2020 - Derbyshire Constabulary Request Residents to Exercise Locally
25th March 2020 - New Rules on Staying at Home and Away From Others
21st March 2020 - Community Support Teams set up by North Ease Derbyshire District Council
18th March 2020 - Covid-19 Community Response Unit set up to bring agencies together
18th March 2020 - Message from the Leader of the Town Council
18th March 2020 - Latest guidance around coronavirus
11th March 2020 - Latest updates on coronovirus within Derbyshire
Derbyshire County Council
Derbyshire County Council are working closely with NHS colleagues, and other local authorities to ensure that the people of Derbyshire are kept well informed.
You'll find lots of information here around the virus, how to prevent its spread and what to do if you're concerned that you might be at risk.
The Community Response Unit can provide you with assistance for various every day tasks including helping with your shopping or collecting medicines - call 01629 535091 to register now.
North East Derbyshire District Council
Test & Trace App for more details about the app
Business Advice for re-opening advice for businesses re-opening from 4th July.
Community & Residents Advice for people living in North East Derbyshire
Business Advice for business located with North East Derbyshire
COVID-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It's caused by a virus called coronavirus. More information and the latest guidance is available from the NHS.
New National Restrictions from 5th November 2020 - details of what you can and can't do between 5th November and 2nd December
Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Government advice on all areas of the impact of coronavirus
Business Advice - Advice on how to re-open your business safely
Read the latest stay at home guidance from the Government
Coronavirus Action Plan: A Guide to What You Can Expect Across the UK
Mental Health & Wellbeing
Rethink Mental Illness - Derbyshire Recovery and Peer Support System
Lee Rowley MP
The Member of Parliament for North East Derbyshire, Lee Rowley MP, has been providing fortnightly updates on the coronavirus via his Facebook page at 6pm on a Sunday evening.