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Temporary Road Closure, 26 - 30 October 2020, 7.30am-5pm

WHEN: 26th October 2020 to 30th October 2020 (07:30 to 17:00 daily).

WHERE: New Road, ALderwasley in its entirety.

REASON: To facilitate verge maintenance.

ALTERNATIVE ROUTE: B5035 Wirksworth Road (Longway Bank) / Wirksworth Moor, Wirksworth Road (Alderwasley), Shaws Hill, Bury Hill, Chapel Hill and vice versa.

Access will be maintained, whenever reasonably possible, on the affected length of road. The road will re-open as soon as the work is finished. This may be earlier than advertised. More »

Derbyshire County Council apologises for any inconvenience caused while work takes place. Anyone needing further information should ring Call Derbyshire on 01629 533190. » Less

Posted: Wed, 23 Sep 2020 15:01 by admin

Autumn Footprints

Unlike previous years we are not able to offer 40 or so guided walks in Amber Valley and Erewash this September. Covid-19 has put a stop to our plans!

However this year we are promoting the wonderful walks in Amber Valley & Erewash during 12 to 27 September through our leaflets on the website home page - discover further information about the walks by using the link below

Posted: Wed, 23 Sep 2020 09:26 by admin

NHS Brief - Online hub launched to share Derbyshire’s NHS COVID 19 info

NHS Brief - Online hub launched to share Derbyshire’s NHS COVID 19 info

Derbyshire residents can get the latest NHS Covid 19 information while staying safe at home with the launch of a new online hub
A one stop shop of latest updates, advice, information and direct 'signposting' to other helpful web sites has been added to the Joined Up Care Derbyshire hub at 19 information and advice
The information will help keep people safe , informed and able to access services during the Country's continuing lockdown in response to the pandemic.
All seven NHS organisations working across the
county and the city and county councils will
have their service updates covered as they are all partners in the 'Joined Up Care Derbyshire'
health and care partnership.
A postcard is being delivered to homes across Derby and Derbyshire to make sure everyone knows where they can find this information, and make arrangements to help those who do not have access to the internet.
Healthwatch Derbyshire has also provided their number so residents who want to speak to someone to get support in accessing the information.
Dr Chris Clayton, Chief Executive Officer, NHS Derby and Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group, said: "We're continually evolving and developing our local, regional and national response to Covid-19.
"Daily national directives and briefings are helping staff and the public to stay safe, take necessary precautions and do everything possible to halt the spread of this disease and keep the NHS in a position to cope with this challenge.
Chair: John MacDonald
Director: Vikki Taylor
"Each organisation is doing sterling work in informing the public, but this one-stop shop will bring them all that information together so people can easily access all trusted NHS information from one place."
John MacDonald, Chair of Joined Up Care Derbyshire, said: "Our partnership brings together health and care services to help them work better together to serve people as well and as
efficiently as we all can and now it's more important than ever to let people know what is happening at Derbyshire's hospital trusts, with mental health providers, our local authorities,
and GP practice care networks.
"I hope the public find it useful and for their current health and wellbeing needs."
The site also has updates and resources for NHS staff to provide some additional mental wellbeing support and other useful information for everyone working in health and care during these challenging times.
Helen Henderson-Spoors, Chief Executive of Healthwatch Derbyshire, an independent organisation which supports people in accessing and getting involved in local healthcare,
said: "We welcome the launch of this hub, which will keep the public informed though a single point of contact in this fast-paced situation.
"We're passionate about making sure health and social care users get the help and support
they need – particularly the most vulnerable – as we work through Covid-19."
You can contact Healthwatch Derbyshire for help and assistance on 01773 880786.

Posted: Wed, 29 Apr 2020 08:59 by admin