New Mills Walk
New Mills Marina
New Mills lies where the rivers Sett and Goyt join to become one of the principal tributaries of the River Mersey. The rivers flow through the town in a spectacular gorge, the Torrs, home to the Millennium Walkway. The Peak Forest Canal also passes through the town with a well established marina at Newtown. Much of the district is rural with large parts in agriculture mainly cattle and sheep.
Areas around Rowarth and Ollersett Moor are within the Peak District National Park with excellent footpath links and some open access land. Its rural hinterland and gateway to the Peak District, and proximity to the Manchester conurbation makes New Mills a popular place for walkers. The town is particularly well connected by rail to Manchester, Stockport and Sheffield.
Considerable industrial activity still takes place in the New Mills area, with companies involved in confectionery, engineering, quarrying, haulage, design and IT development.
New Mills was designated High peak's first Fairtrade town in 2006. The town centre has a wide range of independent specialist shops, indoor and outdoor markets and professional services. Bus and rail services link the town centre with outlying areas and surrounding villages.
New Mills Town Council: 01663 743434
New Mills Town Council office is operational from 9:00am until 4:00pm Monday to Friday, although not open to the public due to the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Due to further restrictions during the current National Lockdown from Tuesday 5th January 2021, office hours may differ from those advertised owing to staff availability and to ensure safe working compliance.
If you would like to contact the Town Council office out of hours please telephone 01663 743434 and leave your name, telephone number and your message.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Registrar: 01629 535 261
The Registrar's office at New Mills Town Hall is closed until further notice during the Covid-19 Pandemic. For further information ring 01629535 075 or 01629 531 503 or visit https://www.derbyshire.gov.uk/community/births-deaths-marriages-and-civil-partnerships/births-deaths-marriages-and-civil-partnerships.aspx
Citizens Advice: 0300 456 8390
Citizens Advice at New Mills Town Hall is closed until further notice during the Covid-19 Pandemic. For further information ring 0300 456 8390 or visit https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/
Posted: Tue, 23 Feb 2021 10:14 by admin
Derbyshire County Council temporary footpath closure for Public Footpath No.117 - New Mills from 25th February 2021 to 24th August 2021, to facilitate public safety due to damage to the surface of the footpath.
Posted: Wed, 17 Feb 2021 09:55 by admin
A Full Meeting of the Council will be held via zoom on Monday 22nd February.
The New Mills Town Council Virtual Waiting Room will be open and monitored between 18:45 – 19:00.
Please be prompt for this, and all, meetings. More »
Admittance to the full meeting, once started, may not be possible as the Waiting Room will no longer be fully and actively monitored.
It is important to note that Clerk and Admin Emails are only monitored during normal office hours. Requests to enter the meeting, sent by email, will not be seen until the next working day.
Meeting length may not be the allotted 2hrs. Once all matters have been covered the session will end.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 582 726 9798
Please note that feb is all lower case.
Please find below detailed instructions on how to log on to the Meeting using manual methods
Logging in to a Zoom Meeting from an Email/Calendar Request.
These instructions make an important assumption – you have already registered an account with Zoom, the app/program is installed on to your computer/smart phone and you are logged in to it correctly.
We will also address the question of security at this point: Zoom is as secure as any other remote viewing/meeting programs out there. As long as you are careful with the details for the personal meeting room you can create and also use good password practices then the risk is no greater than any other virtual meeting program.
Please note that you will also need either a suitable smart phone, laptop (with speakers, webcam and mic) or a desktop with speakers and a suitable webcam for full interaction with Zoom meetings.
This guide to logging in to meetings assumes all the above and that the user is reasonably conversant with Zoom and the associated hardware.
Virtual Meeting – Good Practice Methods.
Upon entry to any room/meeting, immediately mute your mic (bottom left corner), you can unmute by either clicking in it or by pressing the space bar for a temporary unmute (releasing the spacebar automatically remutes you).
Avoid talking over each other. Allow the Chair to speak and take questions. Allow others to answer. Raise your hand within the screen if you wish to speak.
Avoid using the text chat option – things can get missed using that method.
Be courteous to all participants – remember, the Chair has the ability and authority to remove any participant not demonstrating proper decorum.
Logging in to Zoom using the Zoom Meeting ID and Password.
Open your email and write down the Zoom ID and Password.
They should agree with below:
Meeting ID: 582 726 9798
Point for clarity:
feb is all lower case.
Now open up your Zoom client, ensure you are logged in and click on "Join".
Enter the Zoom Meeting ID (the 10 or 11 digit number). Ensure your name is correct and the two boxes beneath your name are unticked. Then click "Join". You will then be prompted for the password and asked about joining with audio. Enter in the password exactly as supplied in the email and ensure you are joining with audio enabled. Once the correct details are entered in the message will advise you that you are waiting to be admitted by the host.
Once the host accepts you, you will enter the room. Again, accept and agree to any audio/video options.
Logging in to Zoom using a Hyperlink Sent via Email.
Open your email client and click on the link provided. You may be asked for the password. If so, use the password provided at the top this email beneath the Zoom Meeting ID.
As you come in to the meeting it will ask about various video and sound options – accept and agree to these so you can be seen and heard.
The hyperlink should take you straight to a message advising you that you are waiting to be admitted by the host.
Once the host accepts you, you will enter the room. Again, accept and agree to any audio/video options. » Less
Posted: Tue, 02 Feb 2021 12:10 by admin
Launch of Round 2: January 2021
PCC Dhindsa's newly launched Vulnerability Fund.
The Commissioner's Vulnerability Fund which has been setup to improve the lives and safety of vulnerable people and their families across Derbyshire has reopened for new applications after it was inundated with pleas for help. More »
Through the first round, almost £342k has been awarded to charities and community groups to protect vulnerable individuals and their dependents from crime, victimisation and exploitation.
The Commissioner was flooded with requests for grants in the first phase of the scheme which closed in October 2020 – exposing the hardship and financial difficulties many projects are facing during the pandemic – and has set aside cash usually earmarked for his Community Action Grant to extend support for those who need it most. In the second phase of this funding initiative approximately £275k is available for projects which support the PCC's ambition to create safer, more engaged communities.
The funding will be invested in projects which tackle the wider social issues that contribute to crime and provide practical help rather than operational policing initiatives that directly cut crime
Grants are available from £50 up to £25k to support and improve lives and make Derbyshire a safer place to live. This fund helps both individuals and groups, protecting people, helping victims and keeping crime at bay. From tackling ASB, making property more secure, protecting those who are vulnerable for any reason to supporting sustainable community projects, this fund can help.
To make sure the money is used where it will make a real difference, you need to tell us where the problems are. The Commissioner will prioritise schemes and ideas that make people less vulnerable to becoming a victim of crime. There are micro-grants (of between £50 and £1k) administered by local Councils for Voluntary Services (CVS) organisations which will help, for example, to make homes more secure and ensure vulnerable people are given the help that they need. Larger grants (of between £1k and £25k) are available to make a real and lasting impact in local communities.
The deadline for large grant applications is Friday 26 February 2021.
A link to our website can be found here, where details of how to apply for a grant can be found –