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COVID 19 support in Darley Abbey

Derby City Council is working in partnership with a number of organisations to create a new Derby Covid Community Response Hub to help those most vulnerable during the coronavirus pandemic. In order to support this at...

A message of support from all at OVS

We want to send our best wishes to all our neighbours, during the challenging times in the weeks ahead. Our staff and some parents are keen to support anyone who needs help. If anyone cannot get out to pick up medicines...

Park Path to close
Park Path to close - 12.03.2020

On 23rd March 2020 the new all user path through Darley Park will be closed for a week to enable the final surface to be applied. Prior to laying the finished surface a special coating will be applied, and the public...

The Abbey Pub is now open again

The Abbey reopened for business last weekend. It remains unchanged, and as before it is a cash only business. Ipads and other Screens are prohibited.

Review of Darley Park rubbish bins

The Darley Abbey Society has been campaigning for many years for something to be done about the inadequate provision of bins in Darley Park. The bins are too small, they are old and dilapidated and are prone to animals...

Work about to start on the boardwalk across wildfl...

Work is starting in earnest on the path through Darley Park. Materials arrived this morning to contruct the new boardwalk across the wildflower meadow in Darley Park. The Boardwalk will run from the new bridge being contructed...

Darley Park Bridge demolished

As part of the scheme to create a riverside "all user" path through the park, the little bridge over the mill fleam was being demolished this morning. A new larger bridge will replace it and will be installed by next...

The Abbey Pub to reopen

Road closure at the Mills

Changes to the one way system in the Village

As previously reported work has started to build an "all user path" through the park. This path is designed to be used by cyclists. The Council are therefore concerned that when cyclists reach Darley Abbey Village they...

 
 
 
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