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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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Darley Neighbourhood Forum Monday 20th February 2017 7pm St Alkmund's Church, Kedleston Road Dear Fellow Resident, Welcome to the Darley Neighbourhood Forum. This... More >>
All meetings start at 7.30pm and are held in Darley Abbey Village Hall, Abbey Yard off New Road, Darley Abbey, DE22 1DS There is a charge of £1 for members of the Historical Group and £3 for visitors. For... More >>
Yesterday, 25th January, a new Blue Plaque was unveiled on the Long Mill in Darley Abbey to honour the life of Thomas Evans who founded the Boar Head cotton spinning mills in the village in the 1780s. Derby's... More >>
A blue plaque in commemoration of the Derbyshire banker and entrepreneur Thomas Evans will be officially launched by the Civic Society and City Council next Wednesday 25th January at 12 noon. The plaque will be located... More >>
Is anyone interested in producing a report/document/leaflet containing the history and development of the Darley and Nutwood Nature Reserve in Darley Abbey. If you check, currently it does not appear on any map as if... More >>
The City Council has put forward proposals to allow cyclists to cycle against the flow of traffic in both Darley Street and New Road which are currently one-way streets. The Council timed the consulatation period... More >>
In October 2016 a planning application was submitted to Derby City Council by Envirofusion Ltd to build and test a waste incinerator plant (including the erection of a 20 metre high chimney) on Alfreton Road (to the rear... More >>
Do YOU want a library in Allestree? Derby City Council have plans to save money by limiting the library provision in the City. 4 options have been proposed: A. Keep open Alvaston, Local Studies,... More >>
Team effort protects World Heritage Site A Planning Inspector has refused Planning Permission for the development of land in Darley Abbey, because it is unnecessary, would harm the World Heritage Site,... More >>