Welcome to the Darley Abbey website - a local information portal for Darley Abbey and its community.
Darley Abbey is a small historical village situated between the outskirts of Derby City and the Derbyshire Dales, at the heart of England.
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Saturday 13th June Darley Abbey Day is a biennial event held within the village in order to promote the local community, the heritage and businesses, whilst raising money to support local charities... More >>
Friday 17 April Hydroelectric Turbines, Belper to Darley Abbey Presented by Ian Jackson All meetings start at 7.30pm and are held in Darley Abbey Village Hall, Abbey Yard off New Road, Darley... More >>
Annual General Meeting Wednesday 8th April 2015 at 7.30 pm in Darley Abbey Village Hall. Speakers: Our speaker will be Dr Joan D'Arcy of the Derbyshire Archaeological... More >>
Darley and Nutwood Local Nature Reserve. On Site Open Meeting Monday 30th March, 6 to 8 pm. Meet at Mill View Gardens. The recent award of grants from Natural England and DerwentWise... More >>
20 MPH speed restriction for Darley Abbey Village gets the go ahead This plan was first raised by the Traffic and Transport sub-committee of the Neighbourhood Board some four years ago following a... More >>
OurCityOurRiver have submitted a planning application on behalf of the City Council and the Environment Agency. The application covers the whole of the River Corridor from Darley Abbey to Alvaston where the River... More >>
Update on Traffic and Transportation in Darley Ward The Transportation and Planning Sub Group of Darley Board is made up of residents and representative members of community groups and chaired by... More >>
20 MPH speed restriction for Darley Abbey Village Consultation This plan was first raised by the Traffic and Transport sub-committee of the Neighbourhood Board some four years ago following a study... More >>
PLANNING COMMITTEE REJECT NORTH AVENUE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT The Darley Abbey Society conducted a sustained campaign against this proposal, through the use of leaflets, emails and their website... More >>