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Mr Andrew Tristram
49 Birch Grove
NG18 4HJ

Tel: 07891 256205

Upcoming Events

Mon, 05 Jan 2015 18:30

Parish Council Meeting

Mon, 02 Feb 2015 18:30

Parish Council Meeting

Mon, 02 Mar 2015 18:30

Parish Council Meeting

Pilsley Parish Council provides a number of local services. We aim to make Pilsley a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find what you want or would like to recommend any improvements to our website please contact us.

Meetings of the Parish Council are held on the third Monday of every month at the Village Hall on Pear Tree Road. Members of the Public are welcome to observe at the meetings and have the opportunity to raise any local issues in part of the meeting for Public Speaking.

Pilsley Christmas Fayre

Mon, 24 Nov 2014 21:36 by Andrew Tristram

Pilsley Village Fete Group presents...

Pilsley Christmas Fayre

Saturday 6th December 2014, 1.30pm to 4.30pm at
Pilsley Village Hall, Peartree Road, Pilsley, S45 8HU.

Craft Stalls and Festive Refreshments. More »

With special guests Santa Claus and his Elf helpers.

Children can visit Santa in his Grotto to receive gifts (£3.00 entry).

Limited parking is available.

All proceeds go to the 2015 Village Fete. » Less

Parish councils in North East Derbyshire club together to provide speed camera for local police

Parish councils in North East Derbyshire club together to provide speed camera for local police

Fri, 10 Oct 2014 09:00 by Andrew Tristram

Parish councils in North East Derbyshire club together to provide speed camera for local police

Ten parish councils in the North East Derbyshire area have clubbed together to provide a speed camera for police to use in a joint bid to make local roads safer. More »

Ashover, Heath and Holmewood, Morton, North Wingfield, Pilsley, Shirland and Higham, Stretton, Sutton cum Duckmanton, Tupton and Wingerworth parish councils have all contributed to the campaign, and provided funding for the camera and maintenance.

Joanne Taylor, a local clerk representing the councils, said: "Local residents regularly raise concerns regarding safety and speeding in their community and look to their local parish councillors for help. All the councils which have provided funding were keen to be involved in a pro-active scheme working alongside the police to help address these issues."Officers plan to use the camera in the area to help educate drivers, for enforcement checks and in regular speed awareness campaigns.

Sgt. Les Rawson, of the local Safer Neighbourhood policing teams, said: "Speeding and road safety is a concern to local residents and this device will be a real benefit to our teams, and the officers who work in the Clay Cross area."We already have a great partnership with the local parish councils and will use the camera as part of our ongoing commitment to keeping our roads safe, as well as focusing on any areas which may have been highlighted as an issue to the parish councils."

The camera was officially handed over by representatives from the local councils to at Clay Cross police station on Thursday, October 2.

To contact your local Safer Neighbourhood policing team call 101, or visit the website: www.derbyshire.police.uk. » Less

Pilsley Sports Ground – have your say

Tue, 16 Sep 2014 10:21 by Andrew Tristram

The Parish Council has asked a local consultancy firm, Chimera Consulting, to look at the scope for developing the facilities at the Pilsley Sports Ground and how it might be able to meet the needs and demands of the local community in the future: for activities that help with people's fitness, physical activity and general health but are also fun and an opportunity for people to come together to take part in recreational activities. More »

Currently it mainly hosts football, cricket and bowls but there are opportunities to integrate additional facilities in keeping with the site. Some suggestions that have been made include a skate park facility, an outdoor climbing wall, rounders or softball, but it could also be used as a location for a cycling club or a walking group or other community uses. We don't want to duplicate existing facilities we have locally, but we do want to make better use of the Sports Ground and ensure we help to meet your needs.

You have the chance to say what you'd like to see being considered for the site and what you would take part in.

How do you make your views known?

  • If you have internet access, you can complete the survey online. All you need to do is go to this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PilsleyResidentsSurvey and fill in the form. It's very easy.
  • Or, pick up a questionnaire at the Pilsley News shop – they have them on the counter – and fill one in.

The more views we get the better as this will give us a clearer idea of what local people want to see provided and what they would use. » Less