The Queen's Platinum Jubilee Grant Fund
New Mills Town Council have been awarded a total £750 from High Peak Borough Council as part of The Queen's Platinum Jubilee Grant Fund, towards commemorative events being held over the weekend of 2nd-5th June 2022.
The council would like to invite members of the public who are holding a commemorative event in their community to apply for grant funding to mark this historic event.
In order to be considered for grant funding you will need to submit full details of your proposed event which is to be directly related to the Queen's Platinum Jubilee and the amount you would like to apply for. A condition of a grant amount being awarded, is a post event report which will be held on file and submitted to High Peak Borough Council as evidence of the use of the grant awarded to New Mills Town Council.
Please submit your details by email to email@example.com by no later than Monday 30th May 2022. Grant payments will be made once the post event reports have been received.
Councillor David I Lamb
Chair of New Mills Town Council
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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.
Meeting Agendas and Minutes
Notice of Conclusion of Audit
Notice of Conclusion of Audit
Registrar: 01629 535 261
The Registrar's office at New Mills Town Hall is closed until further notice. For further information ring 01629 535 075 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: 0808 278 7954
Citizens Advice will not be running drop-in sessions at New Mills Town Hall for the foreseeable future.
To speak to an Outreach Advisor or to book an appointment call the freephone Adviceline 0808 278 7954 - Open Monday to Friday 9am-4pm.
Gold Card Bus Passes
New Mills Town Council no longer process Gold Card Bus Pass applications.
Applications can be made or renewed using Derbyshire County Council's website.
If an applicant does not have access to the internet or they/you are applying for a disabled persons bus pass, application forms are available from New Mills Library, dial 01629 533 195 for opening times.
Derbyshire County Council Responsibilities
Derbyshire County Council - 01629 533190 www.derbyshire.gov.uk
Are responsible for:
- Fire and Rescue
- Highways – Roads, Street Lights, Footpaths, Public Rights of Way (For Traffic Light Faults only ring 01629 538625)
- Public Transport
- Registrars – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Social Services
- Strategic planning
- Trading Standards
Additional information and links to the above services can be found on the Home Page - A-Z of Services.
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An alternative way to search NMTC's website for Agenda or Minutes
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Public Rights Of Way - (Footpath from the junction of Hyde Bank Road and St Georges Road to Public Bridleway 180 - New Mills) Modification Order 2012.
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Rural Action Derbyshire collated findings from an earlier Community Conversation in 2011 for the hopes and future of New Mills to 2026. Additional information can be found by opening the tow attached documents.