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Shipley Parish Council continuation of a summary of your rights annual audit 2020 2021

Section 2 a summary of your rights Local Authority Accounts 2020 2021


Shipley Parish Council Annual Audit information 2020 2021

Local Authority Accounts A summary of your rights 2020 2021


Shipley Parish Council Annual Internal Audit 2020 2021

Annual Accounting Audit 2020 2021


Shipley Parish Council Accounting Statement 2020 2021

Section 2 Accounting Statement 2020 2021


Shipley Parish Council Annual Governance Statement 2020 2021

Section 1 Annual Governance Statement 2020 2021


Notice of Public Rights and Publication of unaudited Annual Governance & Accountability 2020 2021

Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Unaudited Annual Governance & Accountability Return 2020 2021


Vacancy for Co-option onto Shipley Parish Council - applications invited before 20.7.2021

      SHIPLEY PARISH COUNCIL NOTICE OF CASUAL VACANCY CO-OPTION OF ONE PARISH COUNCILLOR (8 Seat Council) The Electoral Services Department of Amber Valley Borough...


Derbyshire Home from Hospital Support Service information March 2021

Please see attached information to assist families and persons who are resident in Derbyshire.   Further details are available from home@dhfh.org.uk or contacting 01283 817417


Covid-19 facts regarding the virus provided by Derbyshire County Council

Derbyshire County Council is launching a new campaign aiming to help people get the facts about coronavirus. There’s lots of misleading information circulating on social media and in the...


Works through the Parish scheduled to take place update January 2021

Additional route attached for information from Hardy Barn to Hassock Lane Shipley as attached


New electrical cable installations in Shipley between 25th January and 30th July 2021

Fulcrum Planning will be laying new electrical cable in your area between on 25th January 2021 and 30th July 2021 as under:   Hassock Lane North       ...


Derbyshire County Council information Coronavirus symptoms to look out for

Latest guidance If you live alone and you have symptoms of coronavirus illness (COVID-19), however mild, stay at home for 7 days from when your symptoms started. If you live with others and you...



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