ASHBOURNE Community Transport has been given a lottery grant of more than £60,000 to help purchase a new minibus.
GARDEN broadcaster, Anne Liverman is to open her cottage garden for the first time this year.
GOVERNMENT inspectors have published a report highlighting flaws in the teaching, leadership and achievement at Queen Elizabeths’ Grammar School.
FASCIST comments allegedly made by a Sudbury man have been slammed by his fellow villagers.
A NEW challenge for families has been devised for visitors to Ashbourne recreation ground.
PLANS to demolish a farmhouse and its outbuildings to replace them with a five-bedroomed courtyard house have been turned down by the area’s planning committee.
PLANNERS have given the green light to the building of three houses at the rear of an Ashbourne nursing home.
A CHURCH flower festival has opened in a village near Ashbourne.
THE first users to walk through the doors of the town’s new library and community centre have been singing the praises of the building.
DERBYSHIRE County Council’s cabinet has been streamlined down to six members following a reshuffle.
A NEW campaign encouraging people to find out more about clinical trials has been launched in Derbyshire.
A LEADING charity is appealing for volunteers to help set up self help and support groups for people who overeat.
TWO art students from Ashbourne have displayed their creativity at a weekend exhibition.
PEOPLE affected by diabetes in the Ashbourne area are being given the chance to have their say and influence local NHS services in a series of informal events being held next month.
PEOPLE living in Derbyshire are healthier, wealthier and men live longer, according to a new report.
A NEW Doctor has taken to the skies as the latest member of the Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Rutland Air Ambulance team.
THE PRESIDENT of the Lawn Tennis Association has come to Ashbourne to open a brand new tennis facility.
VILLAGERS packed in a host of activities as part of a weekend-long fete.
A BOARDGAME aimed at encouraging children to get to school without travelling by car has been launched by Derbyshire County Council.
BACK to winter again with temperatures in single figures and cold dashing rain showers. Nevertheless confidence is still running high that the grass will grow and that summer will eventually arrive.