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COVID-19 DDDC Housing, Benefits or Employment Links

The District Council's Housing Advice and Homelessness Service, including Home-Options
Main contact numbers for homeless are:
01629 761311 and 01629 761181 (normal office hours)
Out of hours number: 01629 532600
Email: homelessness@derbyshiredales.gov.uk

Derbyshire Dales Age UK Independent Housing Advice Service
Or call 01629 761147 or email housingoptions@ageukdd.org.uk More »

Derbyshire Districts CAB, advice on employment, housing and benefits
Call the Adviceline on 0300 456 8390 » Less

Posted: Sat, 28 Mar 2020 14:57 by John Rowe

COVID-19: DCC Community Response Unit Launched

The Community Response Unit has been officially launched by Derbyshire County Council and is now ready to take requests for assistance from members of the community who don't have friends or family able to help them.

Posted: Sat, 28 Mar 2020 14:38 by John Rowe

Bin collections impacted by coronavirus outbreak

Bin collections impacted by coronavirus outbreak

The Parish Council has received the following news release from Derbyshire Dales District Council:

Bin collections in the Derbyshire Dales are being impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.

Staff absences due to self-isolation measures mean garden waste collections will be suspended from Friday 28th March 2020 to enable our teams to focus on recycling and general household waste collections.

Food waste will be collected fortnightly - with household waste - rather than weekly. More »

Dales residents are being warned there is a possibility that rounds will not be completed in the current exceptional circumstances as Serco have adopted the Government's social distancing guidelines, meaning two rather than the usual three staff on each truck.

A District Council spokesperson said: "Our appeal to residents is please be patient. There is no need to report a missed collection in the coming days. If any food, recycling or general waste containers are not emptied as scheduled, please leave them out and we will get to you as soon as possible."

A full list of service changes due to the coronavirus outbreak is being updated regularly at www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk/coronavirus » Less

Posted: Tue, 24 Mar 2020 12:26 by John Rowe