From this Monday (19th July) refuse and recycling collections are being reorganised by the council. This means that the day our ‘bins’ are collected will change. For us on Gamesley this mean instead of our ‘bins’ being collected on a Thursday, they will now be collected on a Tuesday starting with the green bin and […]
Now whilst I realise that the council (at current) is and has been a Conservative controlled council for a few years, and as such the controlling group may receive a few additional services, I didn’t realise that it extended to writing their website for them. Now it may just be me, but take a look […]
This week sees a meeting taking place for Glossopdale Councillor’s, on what will be included with the plans / proposals for the ‘one stop shop’ that will be running from Glossop Town Hall. In advance of this meeting, are there any particular services or changes that you would like to see available from Glossop Town […]
Whilst the news that the future jobs fund which was targeted at getting unemployed young people in work is to be abandoned was an unwelcome sign of the cuts to come by this new “ConDem” government, it will no doubt have being welcomed in some places, the closest of these no doubt being the Conservative […]
Congratulations to Whitfield Labour Councillor Graham Oakley who was elected as Mayor of the High Peak on Tuesday. Graham who has been a councillor for Whitfield since the 2007 elections has previously servered as a councillor in Simmondley and was until his recent retirement a teacher at the Duke of Norfolk School in Glossop.
Regular readers will remember that I advised during last year about a consultation that the Derbyshire Fire Authority were doing on the development plan for the fire service within Derbyshire. One of the options included within the consultation was a proposal to look at reducing the number of fire engines at one of the fire stations […]
You may have recently seen an item flagged up on the Glossop website and elsewhere an article from another local councillor decrying the council for its “inbred culture of secrecy” in relation to the council’s it policy which prevents the use of council IT equipment from using social networking sites. But is this as described […]