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    Shirebrook at sunset

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    Shirebrook Leisure Centre - Bar Area

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    Shirebrook Town Park - Fishing Pond

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Latest News

Warmer Derby & Derbyshire

Posted: Fri, 11 Oct 2019 09:00 by Jeni

Householders in Derby and Derbyshire with a broken or faulty boiler are being urged to contact a free helpline, run a by a local charity in partnership with local authorities in the area, to see if they are eligible for financial help with a new boiler.

Residents who on a low income and in receipt of certain benefits, can contact Warmer Derby & Derbyshire on 0800 677 1332 or by emailing wdd@mea.org.uk, to find out about government grants towards replacement boilers. More »

Caroline Harmon, of Marches Energy Agency, the charity which runs Warmer Derby & Derbyshire, said:

'Autumn is here and the weather is starting to turn. If you think you may struggle to keep warm in the cold weather, please don't delay in getting in touch to see if we can help.'

Warmer Derby & Derbyshire is a free energy helpline offering impartial advice on how to stay warm at home, afford energy bills and be more energy efficient. It is run by Midlands-based charity Marches Energy Agency and funded by the Energy Redress Fund. Home visits are also available for those who need more help. » Less

Rogue Traders/Visitors

Posted: Fri, 11 Oct 2019 09:00 by Jeni

Derbyshire Trading Standards Service has received a complaint about rogue traders visiting properties in the Shirebrook area.

The trader knocks on the door offering to clean gutters for £20. However, once they start, they say more work is needed to the roof tiles.

It is alleged that they may be creating the damage to the roof tiles to force the householder into agreeing to the further repairs, at a hugely inflated price. More »

Our advice is to not deal with traders who knock at the door like this. If you require property repairs, Derbyshire County Council operates a Trusted Trader scheme whose members have been vetted to ensure a reliable service.

The Trusted Trader scheme may be contacted on 01629 533190, or at the following link: https://www.derbyshire.gov.uk/community/trusted-trader/trusted-trader.aspx

If yours is a Council property, please contact your local Council.

If you have a complaint to make about a rogue trader, please contact Citizen's Advice Consumer Services on 0345 4 040506.
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Wellbeing Support Group

Posted: Mon, 07 Oct 2019 09:00 by Jeni

Wellbeing Support Group - Monday Evenings

This group is a wellbeing group for Carers, it will offer support whilst looking at diet, exercise, relaxation and general wellbeing.

Starting 14th October 2019 the support group will run for seven weeks until the 25th November 2019

The Monday support groups will run from 6.15pm till 8.00pm at Ashgate Café, Unit 3, Mill Green Way, Clowne, Chesterfield, S43 4LJ More »

For further information about the sessions please contact either:

Tel: 07393 011 414

Tel: 07985 575 398 » Less

Road Closure - King Edward St / Portland Rd

Posted: Tue, 17 Sep 2019 09:00 by Jeni

Between 5:00pm on Sunday the 22nd September and 6:00am on Monday the 23rd September King Edward St/Portland Rd will be closed.

Anti-skid surfacing and lining works on the road above will be carried out under the responsibility of Derbyshire County Council

For more details please see the link below.


Derbyshire County Council - Health & Wellbeing

Posted: Tue, 17 Sep 2019 09:00 by Jeni

Live Life Better Derbyshire is Derbyshire County Council's free health and wellbeing service offering support around stopping smoking, losing weight, getting active and more.

They want to make sure that Live Life Better Derbyshire is offering the very best service to local residents.

That's why they are asking for your thoughts about health and wellbeing in general and Live Life Better in particular. More »

Please take 5 minutes to share your views about health services in their online survey.

Take part in the online survey here » Less