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Rescheduled: Middleton Parish Council Meeting Monday 13th September 2021

The Parish Council meeting due to have been held on Monday 13th September 2021 has been rescheduled and will now take place at 6.45pm on Monday 20th September 2021 at Holy Trinity Church, Main Street, Middleton.

Posted: Fri, 10 Sep 2021 17:40 by John Rowe

Casual Vacancies 3 Councillors

The Electoral Officer for Derbyshire Dales District Council has advised the above vacancies should be

filled by co-option.

Applications are invited from individuals interested in becoming members of the Parish Council.

If you would like further details please get in touch

To apply contact the Parish Clerk by email or post

at the address below.

Closing date

9.00am Monday 6th September 2021

Co-option will take place by interview at a Parish Council meeting to be held at More »

6.45pm on Monday 13th September 2021

Parish Clerk: John Rowe c/o 1 Devonshire Villas, Upperwood Road, Matlock Bath, Derbyshire DE4 3PD.

Telephone: 07717137526

E-mail: clerk@middletonbywirksworth-pc.gov.uk » Less

Posted: Sun, 18 Jul 2021 09:02 by John Rowe

DDDC: Operational changes for bin collections from 26 July

We have received the following important update about temporary changes to bin collections from DDDC:

"These are the temporary operational changes put together by the District Council and Serco to help alleviate current bin collection disruptions. The changes will start from 26 July for a period of three months.

We apologise again for the inconvenience but the aim of this plan is to ensure that all 34,000 households in the Derbyshire Dales get the best possible waste collection service in the current emergency situation. More »

👉 There will be no food waste collections (we are currently the only authority in Derbyshire to offer a separate food waste collection service).

👉 Food waste should be put in household waste containers for the period of these emergency measures.

👉 To help us complete rounds no *excess* recycling will be collected - please contain recycling in your blue bin (*or* 2 blue bags + blue box for residents on a sack collection round who don't have a bin).

👉 During the emergency measures, if we don't manage to collect your waste within 4 days of its scheduled collection we won't be able to return until your next collection date.

👉 However, where we have missed an assisted collection or bins have been missed for a number of weeks we will do everything we can to get back to you. Continue to report any missed collections at www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk/missedcollection

👉 We're also looking to introduce mobile 'bring sites' to hotspot locations across the district on Saturdays - a waste truck where residents can bring excess recycling. More on this will follow later.

Thank you again for your patience and understanding.

Here's more background to the current issues, caused in part by a national shortage of drivers and also by new Covid isolations 👉 www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk/wastemessage" » Less

Posted: Sun, 18 Jul 2021 09:01 by John Rowe