Town Street, Duffield
Cricket Pavillion, Duffield
The Chevin Golf Club, Duffield
Gray Recreation Ground
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Tue, 12 Jun 2018 11:25 by Jackie Clements
Now that work to fix the access bridge to Eyes Meadow has been completed, Duffield Parish Council has been able to begin a programme of improvement works, resurfacing the main car park and widening the road between the bridge and the pedestrian underpass to improve access to the Meadow for longer vehicles.
The Council has also begun the task of mowing the grass, following a number of weeks without access while the bridge was being repaired. More »
We hope that users of the Meadow can bear with us while the work is taking place; it will be completed within the next two to three weeks before the Carnival on 30th June. With the Cricket Club's upgraded Pavilion also very close to completion we feel the improvements will lead to an enhanced space for the village to enjoy. » Less
Tue, 05 Jun 2018 13:31 by Jackie Clements
The Parish Council have received notice from Derbyshire County Council of two road closures in Duffield in July and August.
The lower end of King Street will be closed between 16th and 19th July to facilitate gas works in the street.
In addition, Hazelwood Road, in the area adjacent to Richmond Drive, will be closed to facilitate new connections for Severn Trent Water. The road will be closed from the 6th August to 17th August. More »
Tue, 17 Apr 2018 13:43 by Jackie Clements
Duffield Arts Festival is set to be held in September 2018, for the third year running.
The arts festival will run from the 20th to the 23rd of September, with the scarecrow festival the week before from the 12th to the 16th of September. The festival is designed to appeal to everyone and will feature a broad range of activities including singers, theatre, workshops, painting, competitions, music and much more. Many of the village venues will again take part, including Ecclesbourne School, the Emmanuel and Methodist Churches and the library. This year there will be considerably more on-street entertainment. The festival is being fully supported by Duffield Parish Council. More »
The planning team is looking for support with organising the event, and is keen to hear from anyone who would like to get involved. Also, if you are an artist, entertainer, writer, musician or just have a hobby you would like to talk about, the team would love to hear from you.