Kerb Parking

The Parish Council is aware of vehicles in the village being parked on kerbs which is restricting access.
Under the Highways Act this is illegal:

https://www.gov.uk/…/the…/waiting-and-parking-238-to-252

Residents are asked to report any instances they see to the Police using one of the following methods

Facebook: www.facebook.com/derbyshireconstabulary
Twitter: www.twitter.com/derpolcontact
Website: Online forms and Live Chat by visiting www.derbyshire.police.uk

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Ironville Parish Council Meeting Monday 21/9/2020

The next Parish Council meeting is on Monday 21 September 2020 at 7pm.

Due to COVID-19 the meeting will be held remotely. Access details:

Meeting Link: https://ipckpc.my.webex.com/ipckpc.my/j.php?MTID=ma20bfe0fc0b9e0f232f148449e953483

Telephone Number – 020-7660-8149
Meeting Access Code – 163 584 6443
Meeting Password – PZpC5fm3JS7 (79725363 from phones and video systems)

YOUTH ACTIVITY GRANTS NOW ON OFFER from Derbyshire County Council

Community groups, clubs and charities that work with young people are being invited to apply for a share of £220,000 from Derbyshire County Council.

Up for grabs are grants for projects for young people aged from birth up to 19, or up to 25 if they have a disability. There’s no set amount of money that can be applied for.

Successful applicants, who will need to be a properly constituted group, will need to show that they can meet all or some of the following:

Support young people’s physical, mental and emotional development
Help young people to understand how to protect themselves from harm and neglect
Help young people to get more personal satisfaction out of their education, training and recreation time
Enable young people to make a contribution to society through volunteering programmes
Help young people to become socially responsible and economically independent adults

Derbyshire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Young People, Councillor Alex Dale said: “We are keen to hear from groups across the county about their plans to help young people this summer.

“If you’re involved with a community group, club or charity in Derbyshire an Youth Activity Grant could be just the helping hand you need.

“The process is quick and simple and if you apply now we’ll aim to give you a decision within three weeks, or within six weeks if you apply for £10,000 or more.”

The Youth Activity Grants are available until the end of the year, or until all the money has been allocated.

More information is on the council’s website at www.derbyshire.gov.uk/yag