WELCOME TO NEW MILLS TOWN COUNCIL
Updated 29th April 2016
The Town Hall is open
9:00am to 5:00pm
Monday to Friday
The Town Council Office will be open fom
9:00am to 4:00pm
Monday to Friday from Tuesday 3rd May
Grit bins contact; County Council 01629533190
Refuse collection; Borough Council 0129828400
The Registrar is available each weekday except Thursday during Town Hall opening
hours. Telephone 01663 743424, then select 0
To Register a Death you will need to make an appointment at Buxton (01298 25075)
Citizens Advice Centre Tuesday and Thursday
10:00am-12:00pm Drop in
12:00pm-2:00pm Appointments only
Call 0844 375 2712 to book an appointment or speak to an advisor
Community Grant Application
New Mills Town Council is able to consider applications for grants from voluntary groups or charitable organisations.
To qualify for an award the applicant must be able to demonstrate that any funding from the Town Council will benefit the Parish, or residents of the Parish.
Applications can be downloaded from the Town Council's website in the Document Archive or from the Town Council Office, Spring Bank, New Mills, SK22 4AT
Closing date for applications is Wednesday 25th May 2015
Full Meeting of the Council
The next Full Meeting of the Council is to be held on Monday 9th May 2016 at 7.30pm in the Council Chamber, Town Hall, Spring Bank, New Mills, SK22 4AT. Members of the public and the press are invited to attend.
DERBYSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE
STATION ROAD, FURNESS VALE
When: 25 April 2016 to 29 April 2016-Between 1900hrs - 0600hrs.
Where: Close Station Road, Furness Vale, New Mills from its junction with the A6 Buxton Road to its juction with Marsh Lane
Reason: To facilitate carriageway resurfacing works.
ALTERNATIVE ROUTE: A6 Buxton Road - A6015- Marsh Lane and vice versa
Access will be maintained, wherever reasonably possible, on the affected length of road. The road will re-open as soon as the work is finished. This may be earlier than advertised.
Derbyshire County Council apologises for any inconvenience caused while work takes place. Anyone needing further information should ring Call Derbyshire 01629 533190.
The County Council intends to make/has made an Order under Section 14 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) to prohibit its use by traffic.
Mike Ashworth, Strategic Director - Economy, Transport and Environment, County Hall, MATLOCK DE4 3AG
WARNING - FOOTPATH CLOSURE
Millennium Walkway Eastings 399788 / Northings 385358
What: Close Millennium Walkway, New Mills from its junction with Footpath No.95 for a distance of 185m, in an easterly/southerly direction.
When: 4th April to 7th May 2016
Reason: To facilitate refurbishment works.
Access: Pedestrain only Diversion: Station Road B6101 - Rock Mill Lane - Pathway to Torrs Riverside Park
DERBYSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
EMERGENCY TEMPORARY BRIDLEWAY & FOOTPATH CLOSURE PUBLIC BRIDLEWAY No.181 NEW MILLS (known as Sett Valley Trail) and PUBLIC FOOTPATH NO.119 (part)
When: 8th to 28th April 2016
Where: Part of Public Bridleway No.181 (known as the Sett Valley Trail) between the junctions with Footpaths Nos.119 and 121, plus Footpath No.119 from its junction with Bridleway No.181 to Hayfield Road.
Reason: To facilitate public safety whilst investigation and remedial work is underway due to sudden occurence of sink hole on the trail.
Alternative Route for Walkers: Will be via Footpath No.121 and Footpath No.119 and Vice Versa.
Alternative route for horseriders and cyclists: Will be via Bridleway No.122 - Hayfield Road - Bridleway No.116 - Derby Road - High Hill Road and Vice Versa.
Access will be maintained, whenever reasonably possible, on the affected length of the bridleway. The bridleway will re-open as soon as the work is finished. This may be earlier than advertised.
Derbyshire County Council apologises for any inconvenience caused while work takes place. Anyone needing further information should ring Call Derbyshire 08456 058058.
This notice is given under Section 14(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) to prohibit its use by traffic.
Mike Ashworth, Strategic Director - Economy, Transport and Environment, County Hall,, MATLOCK DE4 3AG
High Peak Borough Council
End of the road for High Peak recycling banks
The decision has been made as a result of ongoing issues of contamination and improper use of the facilities coupled with an overall drop in use.
Councillor John Haken, Executive Member for Operational Services at High Peak Borough Council, said "Unfortunately, the misuse of the bins and associated flytipping means the cost of continuing to service these facilities is disproportionate to the amount of recyclable material that is being collected."
"The Council operates an effective recycling and waste collection service for residents from their homes and most of the materials collected from these recycling sites can be recycled in the brown bin, green box and red bag. There has been a general decline in recycling centre use since the introduction of the brown bin service so we have taken the decision that there is no real need for additional facilities."
Last year the Council, recycled 43% of the total waste collected and provisional figures for 2015/16 show this has increased to 48.5%. However, the amount of unrecyclable material from the recycling sites reduces this figure. So removing the sites, and the contaminated material, will increase the overall recycling rate and help meet the 50% Government target.
All residents can continue to recycle a wide range of materials directly from their homes as part of the Council's recycling and waste collection service. For a reminder of what can be recycled please visit www.highpeak.gov.uk/hp/bins
Derbyshire County Council also provides facilities for recycling at their household waste centres in Buxton and Glossop. Residents with large quantities of material, and those who like to recycle cartons (which aren't currently accepted by the Council's contractor), can use these facilities in addition to their containers at home.
The removal of the bins at th sites will start from Monday 18 January. The Council has written to all relevant landowners and put signs on the recycling banks advising users of the changes. It is also working with contractors and the street cleansing team to coordinate bank removal with a final site clear-up.
Residents are urged not to leave bags of materials for recycling on the old sites as it will not be possible to collect them and they will be treated as flytipping which can attract fines of up to £50,000.
The Council is also developing a recycling service for commercial waste customers which is due to start in February.
Councillor Haken added "The recycling bins at the bring-sites were often over-flowing due to incorrect items and bagged waste. An element of this has been identified as commercial waste. Closing these sites will free up collection vehicles enabling us to improve the service we offer traders and increase the amount of tonnage we recycle. It's a decision that makes sense all round."
HPBC Media Release Contact: Carolyn Sanders - Media Relations Manager Press Officer: 0345 129 7777 ext 4691 or 07595 270937 Email: email@example.com Web:www.highpeak.gov.uk
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 -
* 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
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NEW MILLS TOWN HALL
IS ALSO USED BY
*High Peak Registrars Office
*Citizens Advice Bureau
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NEW MILLS TOWN HALL AND THE HERITAGE AND INFORMATION
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.
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HERITAGE AND INFORMATION CENTRE
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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...]