- What's On
Find out what's happening in Belper. We endeavour to publicise local events and are always pleased to be contacted with details. We cannot accept any responsibilities for external information provided nor any web-links. If you wish to add your own event to the calendar, click the "Add Item" button underneath the calendar and fill out the details. Entries to the diary are normally authorised within a few days.
- Annual Awards 2022
The Belper Town Council Annual Awards 2022.
A huge amount of excellent work is done in Belper each year by a range of volunteers who add value to our town and community. Belper Town Council recognises this effort and presents annual civic awards under the following categories:
Youth Award; Environmental Action Award; Award for Service to the Town; Arts Award; Community Award; Sports Award and Lifetime Achievement Award.
If you know of somebody who you think deserves consideration for an award, please contact the Council at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nominations will close on Tuesday 31 January 2023.
- Belper Fringe
Belper Fringe embraces all form of artistic expression.
- Love Belper
Love Belper is a large group of local independent and national businesses within Belper.
- Town Guide
Belper Town Council's 2021 - 23 Town Guide
The Town Council publishes a quarterly newsletter which can be viewed on this website.
- Herbert Strutt Charity
Information about the Herbert Strutt Charity.
- Food Festival
The Council holds two Food Festivals each year. The summer Food Festival is held in July and the Christmas Food Festival is held in December each year. Rules and application at this page.
The Council holds a Market on the second Saturday of each month on the Market Place. See this page further details, Market Rules and Application.
- Community Champions
Find out about our award scheme for members of the public, individuals or groups who go the extra mile.
- HMS Brocklesby
You can learn about HMS Brocklesby on this page.
- Larks in the Park
Our annual free family event held in the Belper River Gardens.
- Grit Bins
The Town Council provides and fills some of the grit bins in the Town, along with Amber Valley Borough Council.
- King Charles III Coronation
DCC is urging Derbyshire residents organising Coronation community events to take advantage of a number of grants available from us and other sources.
From large scale gatherings to smaller get-togethers, there are grants ranging from a few hundred pounds up to £10,000 available to community groups, clubs, local charities and organisations holding celebrations.
Our Derbyshire Grants scheme has grants of up to £1,000 available for events that meet certain criteria, and as it can take up to 3 weeks to assess an application, people are being urged to make their applications as soon as possible to ensure they can be processed in time and the money released to successful groups.
Find out about what you can do to prevent Flooding and what Agencies help when Flooding occurs
- Useful links
A quick reference guide to essential services.
Picture gallery of Belper and Milford.
- Belper In Bloom Competition
Find out about how to enter our annual Belper in Bloom competition on this page.
- Recycling in Belper
Find out about recycling and where to take various items.