Historic Mine Winding Wheel
Sampson Field M.U.G.A.
New Sports Pavilion
New sports pavilion - May 2019
Hire the Village Hall for your function or event.
Welcome to Pilsley Parish Council
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 first Monday of every month (excluding bank holidays) either at the Sports Pavilion on Rupert Street or 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 the part of the meeting allocated for Public Speaking.
Posted: Wed, 21 Jul 2021 12:40 by Kath Gruber
Due to the resignation of Councillor Julia Hardy the Parish Council has issued a Notice of Election.
Posted: Fri, 16 Jul 2021 17:13 by Kath Gruber
In March 2021, the government published a new National Bus Strategy which sets out a framework for how bus services can recover from the Covid-19 pandemic and a vision for future improvements across England. The strategy places a requirement on Derbyshire County Council local bus companies to work together to create a Bus Service Improvement Plan. This will involve developing bold plans for improving local bus services and encouraging more people to use them. More »
The government has pledged £3 billion in funding across the country to help deliver these plans, and Derbyshire is aiming to secure a fair share of that funding.
We want to ensure that improvement plan reflects the views of Derbyshire residents and those visiting or working in the county and we would like to ask you to complete a short questionnaire that Derbyshire County Council have produced. To access the questionnaire please use the following link https://systraltd.researchfeedback.net/dcc_bsip_survey » Less
Posted: Mon, 17 May 2021 12:26 by Kath Gruber
The Church is suffering structural damage, which could be as a result of coal mining activity. We have been asked to publish the following:St Mary's Church – Historical Coal Mining Subsidence Claims.We are interested to find out who in the village has had a successful compensation claim for mining subsidence with the Coal Board or Coal Authority and what year the claim took place; especially if it was in the vicinity of St Mary's Church.We would be very grateful if you could let us know by ringing:Liz Hayes on 07803 604420 or Katherine Ratcliffe on 07762 092828.Thank you.