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, welcome to New Mills Town Council websiteWed, 2nd September 2015

WELCOME TO NEW MILLS TOWN COUNCIL

 

Updated 21st August 2015


Proposed Closure of Short Term Residential Care Beds at Ecclesfold Resource Centre

Derbyshire County Council are reviewing all residential care homes, including the short-term residential care currently provided at Ecclesfold Resource Centre, Chapel-en-le-Frith and they would like to hear your views on the proposed closure.

They are holding meetings at Ecclesfold to explain more about their plans and how they could affect you.

To find out more, or to give your views you can;

Email - telladultcare@derbyshire.gov.uk

Phone - Helen Greatorex on 01629 531063

Write to - Stakeholder Engagement Team, Adult Care, Derbyshire Dales Area Office, County Hall, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3FW

All comments must be received by Wednesday 16th September 2015.


Healthier Together Update

Healthcare in the Greater Manchester area is changing. On Wednesday 15th July, commissioners agreed new standards of care for emergency medicine and general surgery in all hospitals in Greater Manchester. For more information and to read the decision making report, please visit www.healthiertogethergm.nhs.uk.


Millenium Walkway

New Mills Town Council has been contacted by Derbyshire County Council ( DCC ) regarding the Millennium Walkway decking, which has had a number of repairs made, following phone calls or emails from Walkway users, as the decking has been damaged through wear and tear more quickly than expected, mostly from water coming off the Railway Embankment drain pipe on the west side of the Walkway. It would be appreciated that if any further wear and tear is reported in the same manner, which any user can do.There will be further updates, if a more permanent solution to the problem is reached by DCC in conjunction with New Mills Town Council.


Outcome of Employment Tribunal

Following a recent Employment Tribunal hearing brought against New Mills Town Council by two former employees, the judgment of the Tribunal is that:

1. The complaints of unfair dismissal by both claimants fail and are dismissed.

2. The complaints of breach of contract by both claimants fail and are dismissed.

3. The Remedy Hearing provisionally arranged for Wednesday 2nd September is cancelled.

 


New Mills World War One Commemoration

The Great War started on 4th August 1914 and ended on 11th November 1918, a total of 52 months. During that period, New Mills, a town with a population of around 8,000, lost 205 men who were killed on active service, a terrible toll of nearly 4 men a month. Of the number of men, physically or mentally injured there is no accurate record, but it would be safe to assume the figure would be far greater. Local men and their families made great sacrifices and the Town Council and its partners will recognise these sacrifices by -

  • Installing notice boards at key points around the parish. The boards will carry a list of casualties and other World War One information and wherever possible on the anniversary of the death of a local serviceman, a biographical piece about the casualty will be posted on the board.
  • To mark the centenary of the Great War, to illustrate its horror and the bravery of the men of both sides who fought in the trenches of Flanders and elsewhere, the machine gun will go on permenant display in the Town Hall foyer.
  • New Mills Town Council have agreed that over and above any national commemoration, the town will honour the sacrifice of those New Mills men who were killed, those men who were wounded and of the local families who suffered and gave so much, by undertaking to continually fly the Union Flag* at the Town Hall from the 4th August 2014 until the 11th November 2018 as a mark of respect and appreciation.
  • As a further mark of respect, all the council's official paper will carry the image of a red poppy, the universally recognised symbol of remembrance, from 4th August 2014 until 11th November 2018.
  • A number of special church services will take place at key moments in the war. The first on Monday 4th August will take place at 7.30pm at St.George's Parish Church and will mark the outbreak of war 100 years ago.

* Except during national days such as St. George's Day, when we would fly the appropriate flag, or in the event of the flag needing to be lowered as a mark of respect.


 

DERBYSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL ( DCC )

DCC have been busy fixing potholes all over the County's roads, following the severe wet winter weather. They have so far this year repaired nearly 8,000 potholes, and will continue to do so. If you do spot a pothole, it can be reported on-line using the following link

 

www.derbyshire.gov.uk/reportit

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NEW MILLS TOWN HALL

IS ALSO USED BY

 

 *High Peak Registrars Office

http://www.derbyshire.gov.uk/community/births_marriages_deaths/marriage/register_office_weddings/default.asp

*Citizens Advice Bureau

http://www.citizensadvice.org.uk

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NEW MILLS TOWN HALL AND THE HERITAGE AND INFORMATION

CENTRE LOCATION

 

 

You will find below, recent news,  statements and information. You can click on any of the navigation buttons to see what is on the site.


 

NEW MILLS TOWN COUNCIL 

HERITAGE AND INFORMATION CENTRE

New Mills Town Council own and are the governing body for the Heritage and Information Centre.

The Centre has a dedicated Town Council employee who is the Administrator, and has a  Management Committee who act on behalf of the Council especially in the area of the museum, artifacts and displays of collections There are dedicated members of staff who are all Volunteers, without whom the centre would not be as successful as it is.

 


 

 

NEW MILLS TOWN COUNCIL 

 

HERITAGE AND INFORMATION CENTRE

 

SUPPORT WALKERS ARE WELCOME

 

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VISIT NEW MILLS

 

http://www.walkersarewelcome.org.uk

 

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NEW MILLS TOWN COUNCIL

SERVING THE TOWN OF NEW MILLS,

IN HIGH PEAK, DERBYSHIRE

 

Please contact us if you have questions concerning the work of the Town Council, if you have any concerns that you feel the Council should be aware of or where it can help or support you. You can use the tabs above or on the left to find your way around the site.

New Mills is in the High Peak of Derbyshire and has a population of just over 10000.  Local authority services are provided by Derbyshire County Council, High Peak Borough Council and New Mills Town Council and part of the town’s 2000 hectares (5000 acres) are within the Peak District National Park.

New Mills is home to various businesses, but most famously Swizzels Matlows located on Albion Road has been producing Love Hearts and Drum Stick Lollies in New Mills since 1940. 

New Mills lies where the rivers Sett and Goyt join to become one of the principal tributaries of the River Mersey.  The rivers flow through the town in a spectacular gorge, the Torrs which is the home of the Millennium Walkway and the Archimedean screw.  The Peak Forest Canal also passes through the town.

New Mills was designated as High Peak’s first fairtrade town in 2006. [+ read more...]


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