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Posted: Thu, 14 Oct 2021 08:35 by Laura Storey
Hope you are well and keeping safe?
The Community Safety Partnership is starting to gather the statistics and crime trends to enable us to develop the crime projects and allocate funding for next financial year. With this in mind, we have develop a short resident's survey to gauge what residents feel are the issues we should be focusing on, rather than solely relying on the crime figures. More »
I would be most grateful if you could take some time to complete the survey, it's quite brief and is mostly tick boxes. Also if you wish to distribute further, please do as the more results we get the better we can understand the wishes of the community.
Here is s the link -https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/JF5LWJ9
Community Safety Officer
Community & Environmental Services
Derbyshire Dales District Council
Town Hall, Bank Road,
MATLOCK, Derbyshire. DE4 3NN
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11 Oct – Community News from Derbyshire County Council – NetZero campaign, Home from Hospital scheme, foster for Derbyshire, Get Online Week, Anti-slavery day, grants for young Chesterfield musicians
Posted: Thu, 14 Oct 2021 08:31 by Laura Storey
11 Oct – Community News from Derbyshire County Council – NetZero campaign, Home from Hospital scheme, foster for Derbyshire, Get Online Week, Anti-slavery day, grants for young Chesterfield musicians (govdelivery.com)
Posted: Tue, 12 Oct 2021 11:00 by Laura Storey
Our teams continue to deal with reports about missed bin collections on a daily basis through our web-form, email, phone calls, social media and Messenger. Ideally, missed bins should be reported online at www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk/missedcollection
There is nothing new to report on the overall situation other than that Serco staff continue to work overtime, including Saturdays, to try to make up for reduced numbers caused by the well-publicised national shortage of HGV drivers. More »
However, industrial action called this week by the GMB Union could cause further disruptions, and we have therefore just issued this statement on our website and social channels, which you are welcome to share.
Please note at this stage it is very difficult to know how serious the impact of any industrial action is likely to be, as not all bins staff in the Dales are signed up to the union. We are of course monitoring this and will update you when we have more information.
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Town Hall | Matlock | Derbyshire, DE4 3NN
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