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Willington Parish Council Meeting Dates 2020/21
Willington Parish Council Meeting Dates 2021/22 (Word Document, 461 Kb)
Willington Parish Council Meetings
The next Parish Council Meeting will take place on 14th September 2021 at 7.00 pm
Members of the public will have the right to attend these Meeting. However, all current social distancing guidance must be adhered to, and this requirement overrides any rights of access to members of the public.
A risk assessment has been completed and access to members of the public will be very restricted.
The Parish Council apologises for any inconvenience this might cause, but the safety of residents, Councillors and staff must be of upmost priority.
RAC COMMITTEE MEETING
There will be a Meeting of the RAC Committee on 19th July 2021 at 7.00 pm at The Old School, Castleway, Willington.
NEIGHBOURHOOD DEVELOPMENT PLAN STEERING GROUP MEETING
There will be a Meeting of the NDP Steering Group on 21st July 2021 at 7.00 pm at The Village Hall Willington.
FOOTPATHS AND OPEN SPACES GROUP COMMITTEE MEETING
There will be a Meeting of the FOSG Committee on 22nd July 2021 at 7.00 pm at The Old School, Willington.
Tennis Court Refurbishment
Please note that Willington Tennis Courts refurbishment has been delayed and will now be shut for one week commencing 19th July 2021.
Freeport (EMIP) Meeting Notes
Freeport (EMIP) Meeting Notes 21st June 2021 (PDF, 82 Kb)
Freeport (EMIP) Meeting Notes 21st June 2021
OUTDOOR PLAY AREAS
Please note that the outdoor play areas are now open.
Please read all safety signage and maintain all social distancing requirements.
We are happy to welcome you back safely.
Willington – Flood Risk Information and FAQs
Willington – Flood Risk Information and FAQs (PDF, 322 Kb)
Willington – Flood Risk Information and FAQs
Posted: Mon, 28 Jun 2021 20:38 by Clerk
Mobile Library Timetable - four weekly service – 26 July to 20 August 2021
Posted: Mon, 21 Jun 2021 15:57 by Clerk
Derbyshire County Council have allocated an extra £50,000 to groups in Derbyshire which are supporting local communities during the coronavirus pandemic.
They are making the money available to local community groups via the Public Health COVID-19 fund which was set up in June 2020.
From helping a Chesterfield cancer support group to hold online sessions and enabling a Ripley running group to lead COVID-secure runs, a total of 34 community groups are set to benefit from the latest round of grants which were agreed by the Cabinet Member for Health and Communities Councillor Carol Hart. More »
Councillor Hart said:
"The response to the pandemic has seen many organisations across Derbyshire working tirelessly to ensure the basic needs of the most vulnerable residents are met.
"The COVID-19 fund was set up to ensure that community and voluntary organisations had enough resource to carry on with their vital work."
So far, £185,657 has been awarded to a diverse range of Derbyshire organisations including parents' associations, ethnic minority groups, older people's charities and churches.
Councillor Hart added:
"This additional funding will enable more groups to carry out work within their local communities.
"We've already seen some amazing work being carried out including food parcels for vulnerable people, a community café being set up and support for students."
The Public Health COVID-19 Fund was set up to support voluntary and community sector organisations to help manage and reduce the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on local communities. It also aims to help improve the health and wellbeing of local people.
Funding of up to a maximum value of £2,000 is available for constituted groups and £250 for non-constituted groups.
Applications must be linked to an existing Public Health programme, for example to support mental health and emotional wellbeing or to tackle social isolation. » Less
Posted: Fri, 18 Jun 2021 11:40 by Clerk
If you are an athlete looking to realise your potential, or a group aiming to get more people involved in sport, help is at hand.
This scheme is designed to help talented local sports people to reach county, regional, national and international levels.
Depending on their level of achievement to date, individual applicants will be eligible for one or both of the following:
- The provision of a Sports Pass, which allows free use of certain sports facilities for training purposes at Green Bank or Etwall Leisure Centre.
- A small financial grant for training and coaching expenses, travel costs or the purchase of specialist equipment.
Funding is available twice a year during the application windows listed below. Applications submitted during this time only will be considered and can be made on this page using our online form below. More »