SINCE THE LAST EDITION

FEBRUARY 2024

RELEVANT NEWS ITEMS
SINCE THE LAST EDITION
1/2: Meet the chief executive
A new series of Peak District road shows will give people the opportunity to share their views with Phil Mulligan, chief executive of the National Park Authority. The first session is scheduled for Castleton Visitor Centre on February 14th, starting at 2.30pm. There is no need to book.
2/2: Affected by recent flooding?
The Environment Agency, in partnership with Derbyshire County Council, is holding a community open drop-in session on February 24th at the Peveril Centre in Castleton, 2pm to 7pm, to discuss concerns and give advice concerning recent flooding,
5/2: Death of Ken Munns
Sadly, the oldest of The Village Voice delivery Teamsters, 97-year-old Ken Munns, has passed away. It is understood the funeral will be on Tuesday February 13th.
6/2: Police at Millers Dale
Police officers from the safer neighbourhood team will be available to meet members of the public at the Millers Dale station refreshment room on Friday February 9th between 10am and 11am.
6/2: Health and social care jobs
Joined Up Care Derbyshire's careers service is planning an online application and interview workshop for health and social care jobs on the morning of Tuesday February 13th. Full information from ddicb.joinedupcareers@nhs.net.

Every month, The Village Voice is distributed door-to-door in 14 Peak District villages and nearby hamlets. A digital version is available by email.

JANUARY 2024

RELEVANT NEWS ITEMS
SINCE THE LAST EDITION
2/1: Safer neighbourhood sessions
Members of Derbyshire Constabulary's safer neighbourhood team will be at the Sports Complex in Tideswell for public consultation on Friday January 5th from 10am to 11am. They expect to move on to Eyam Church Centre on Friday 12th, 11am to noon.
2/1: Sahara Desert challenge
Blythe House Hospicecare and Helen's Trust will be hosting a Moroccan Sahara Desert fundraiser in March and there is to be an information session at the Chapel-en-le-Frith care centre on January 25th from 7pm, more information on events@blythehouse.co.uk.
5/1: Meet the Funder
Derbyshire Dales Council for Voluntary Service is organising a "Meet the Funder" online Zoom session with Sue Heyes, Severn Trent community fund officer, on Wednesday January 21st from 10am. The fund offers grants from £2,000 to £200,000. To book, telephone 01629 812154x1 or send an email to enquiries@ddcvs.org.uk.
16/1: Neighbourhood Watch AGM
An online link has been sent to people interested in being part of the Derbyshire Neighbourhood Watch AGM on the evening of January 23rd. Anyone else wanting the AGM link should email to reply@neighbourhoodalert.co.uk by the 22nd.

Every month, The Village Voice is distributed door-to-door in 14 Peak District villages and nearby hamlets. A digital version is available by email.