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Alderwasley Parish Council

Serving the people of Alderwasley

Rail and Canal

Clerk RFO: R Bridges
11 Broom Close, Belper
Derbyshire DE56 2TZ

Tel: 01773 823008

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Latest News

National Rural Crime Survey 2018

Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa is urging anyone living or working in the county's rural towns and villages to make time to share their views and play a positive part in the response to rural crime and antisocial behaviour by completing the 2018 National Rural Crime Survey.

The survey and further information can be found here www.derbyshire-pcc.gov.uk/RuralCrimeSurvey

The survey has been adapted specifically for Derbyshire residents from the 2018 National Rural Crime Survey, being carried out by the National Rural Crime Network. It is designed to provide the Commissioner a clearer picture of rural criminality in the county, preventative measures that are being taken by members of the rural community and identify particular problems in different areas of the County. More »

A similar survey was carried out in 2015 and the Commissioner is keen to see what changes have occurred since then.

Mr Dhindsa said: "We really do want to get it right for our rural communities and spare hardworking families and business owners the misery of dealing with crime. Our new Rural Crime Team and Wildlife Crime Officers have improved relationships with farmers, agricultural businesses, residents and traders and this has helped to increase reporting of crime but we need to reach everybody and give everyone a chance of airing their views." » Less

Mon, 30 Apr 2018 22:15 by R Bridges

Closure of Buckland Hollow

Severn Trent to complete essential maintenance work on Ripley Road,
Buckland Hollow, Derbyshire.
Severn Trent is to begin essential maintenance work in Buckland Hollow in
Derbyshire, so that customers can enjoy a reliable water supply for years to come.
The company will begin work to repair a leak on one of its major water pipes in the area, and will require a section of Ripley Road to be closed to keep engineers and road users safe.
Mark Wilkinson, from Severn Trent said: "This is really important work that will make sure people in Buckland Hollow have a water supply that they can rely on.
"Water is really important to our everyday lives, and we want to make sure that water is always available for our customers whenever they need it, so it's essential we get in and make these vital repairs when we can."
Severn Trent will begin work on Monday 9 April and is expected to take around four weeks to be completed.
B610 Ripley Road, Buckland Hollow will be closed between its junction with Chesterfield Road and the slip road towards the B6013.
A fully signposted diversion will be in place for motorists to keep traffic moving in the area.
"We need to make sure we can access the right sections of the pipe, so we do have to close a section of the road for the duration of the work." Mark adds "We're really sorry for the inconvenience this may cause, we will do everything we can to get the work completed as quickly as possible and the road re-opened at the earliest opportunity."
 Diverted traffic will go along the A6 and A38 towards Derby and vice versa

Wed, 28 Mar 2018 20:53 by R Bridges

Cromford and Shining Cliff Forest Plan Public Consultation

The Forestry Commission has written a Forest Plan for Cromford and Shining Cliff Woods.

The Commission are interested in the views of local people and users of the forest. You can view and comment on the plan via this link https://englandconsult.forestry.gov.uk/forest-districts/cromford-shining-cliff-forest-plan/

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 17:46 by R Bridges