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Weight Restriction Monitoring

Vehicles breaking the weight restriction through the village can be reported to Derbyshire Country Council Trading Standards Service by email totrading.standards@derbyshire.gov.uk or by post to Derbyshire County Council, Cultural and Community Services Department, Chatsworth Hall, Chesterfield Road, Matlock DE4 3FW.

Reports should include the time and date seen, vehicle registration number, location including road name and the name of the settlement, direction of travel and operator name (if any). A form for this purpose is available to download. More »

For monitoring purposes it would be useful if a copy of the report could also be emailed to clerk@middletonbywirksworth-pc.gov.uk. » Less

Posted: Fri, 22 Mar 2019 09:02 by John Rowe

Do you have any family stories, photographs or memorabilia relating to Middleton during World War 1 and just after?

Do you have any family stories, photographs or memorabilia relating to Middleton during World War 1 and just after?

Do you have any family stories, photographs or memorabilia relating to Middleton during World War 1 and just after?
Would you like to share and preserve these objects and stories for future generations?
If so, come along to the meetings of the
Middleton Remembers Research Project
Wednesday 27 March 7pm – 8.30 pm
The Nelson Family Room
All welcome – Find out more over tea, coffee and biscuits
We now know more about the men from Middleton who served, fought and died in World War 1. Middleton Remembers is researching what life was like in the village in the years immediately after.
To confirm attendance or find out more, contact Lucy Godfrey, Heritage Researcher:
Mobile 07793 117285 Email researchmiddleton@gmail.com
Middleton Remembers is being co-ordinated by Middleton Parish Council.
Funding has been secured from Heritage Lottery Fund, Tarmac Landfill Communities Fund, County and District Councillors' Local Community Fund, Charity Plant Sales

Posted: Fri, 15 Mar 2019 09:00 by John Rowe

The Great Birtish Spring Clean 23rd March - 23rd April 2019

The Great Birtish Spring Clean takes place between 22nd March and 23rd April 2019. Organised by Keep Britain Tidy who are asking people to help "turn the tide on litter polution" full details are available from their website.

Locally, DDDC is supporting the campaign by loaning litter pickers (subject to availability), providing sacks and collecting the waste afterwards if prior notification (7 days) is given. Further details available here.

Posted: Fri, 15 Mar 2019 08:58 by John Rowe