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Mayors Monthly Video

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How Would You Make Belper More Accessible have your say:

Please complete the accessibility questionnaire

Accessible Belper training link available.

Vacancies

Vacancy for a Belper South Councillor please contact Amber Valley Borough Council for more information.

Belper's Bouncing Back

We live in a great community with chain and independent shops, fun events and great leisure facilities. There are many organisations and businesses who make living here so fulfilling. Spending the last few weeks under lockdown has touched all our lives and left many of those organisations and businesses struggling to flourish or even survive. Many working families have faced financial hardships with earnings lost, reduced or deferred.

At Belper Town Council we are launching Belper's Bouncing Back, a committed campaign to help Belper and Milford get back on it's feet, recover and then move on to even bigger and better times.

The health of our community is still our number one concern and we urge everyone to follow the recommended guidelines even though we are all feeling frustrated at the restrictions in our daily lives. However as our community begins to open up, we will be here to help Belper and Milford recover it's vibrant soul and beating heart.

Local Government rules mean we cannot directly give financial support to businesses and individuals. What we can do provide grants to non-profit organisations like the Citizens Advice Bureau and the Food Bank, help with national and regional grants, signpost services and promote our community.

We are only a Town Council but we pledge to help our community recover, help protect our organisations, businesses, families, employees and the unemployed and promote Belper and Milford as a place to live, shop and enjoy yourself.

Belper's Bouncing Back

Please contact the Council initially either by post to the above address, email admin@belpertowncouncil.gov.uk or by telephone 01773 822116 to register your interest in the scheme and to let the Council know what sort of assistance you require e.g financial, help in general with issues etc.

Latest News

Temporary Road Closure

Temporary Road Closure:

Please find details of the proposed road closure for Shaw Lane, Milford.

You can view the order on this link https://one.network/?tm=118763515

For any queries please email mike.wells@derbyshire.gov.uk

Posted: 4 days ago by Admin

Redundancy Advice Press Release

Citizens Advice - Redundancy Advice Press Release - 15th September 2020

Citizens Advice Derbyshire Districts: Seven things to check if you're at risk of redundancy

Citizens Advice Derbyshire Districts has helped 869people with employment issues since lockdown...Welfare benefits, debt, employment and housing are the top issues it has dealt with during the pandemic.

Please see the link for more information. More »

For information and advice, contact Citizens Advice Derbyshire Districts Our telephone adviceline is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm. 0300 4568390 (Calls are charged at the same rate as 01 or 02 numbers) » Less

Posted: 18th Sep, 2020 by Admin

Community Speedwatch

Community Speedwatch!

We are doing Community Speedwatch sessions!

If you came to our session on the 14/09/2020 then thank you for your participation.

We have another session on Thursday 17th Sept - Spencer Road, 4.30pm.

Please feel free to come and join in with some of the Councillors!

Posted: 15th Sep, 2020 by Admin