9 March 2021
COVID-19 roadmap – safely re-opening council services in Chesterfield
22 February 2021
COVID-19 Response - Spring 2021 (Summary) - Roadmap out of lockdown
The government have released details of the new roadmap to help ease England out of lockdown from Monday 8 March.
To find out more, please visit: Roadmap out of lockdown - GOV.UK, 22 February 2021
12 February 2021
Community testing centre open in Chesterfield
5 January 2021
National lockdown - find out more (GOV.UK)
30 December 2020
Chesterfield to move under Tier 4 restrictions
18 December 2020
Community Testing to be rolled out in Derbyshire
17 December 2020
Chesterfield to remain under Tier 3 restrictions
7 December 2020
Just half of local businesses have applied for the latest business grant
1 December 2020
Chesterfield to fall under highest level of local restrictions (Tier 3)
23 November 2020
Prime Ministers statement on COVID-19 winter plan
Local Restrictions Support Grant - applications
Residents urged to commemorate Remembrance Sunday at home
National lockdown – changes to council services in Chesterfield
Further financial support measures for business
Chesterfield residents must follow stricter local rules from midnight on Saturday
Long-term COVID-19 recovery plan agreed to help Chesterfield communities overcome the impact of coronavirus
Supporting Chesterfield businesses throughout the COVID-19 pandemic
Volunteers needed to help support vulnerable residents
Business urged to get ready for NHS COVID-19 app
Virtual Chesterfield Local History Day
Live theatre returns to Chesterfield
Supporting NHS Test and Trace
Chesterfield Visitor Information Centre to reopen to the public
Squash courts and 3G pitches can now be booked
Chesterfield Borough Council adopts ambitious plan to rebuild economy
Chesterfield Borough Council leisure centres set to reopen
The Pomegranate Theatre’s big screen cinema experience is back
Protecting each other and the planet - reusable face masks
Cancellation of Chesterfield 1940’s Market, Fireworks Extravaganza and Christmas Lights Switch On
Chesterfield Borough Council to establish memorial to the people of Chesterfield who have lost their lives during the coronavirus pandemic and to recognise the borough’s key workers and volunteers.
New mental health support line supports local people during pandemic
Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust has launched a new telephone-based support line for local people who are experiencing increased distress or anxiety during the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The new service, staffed by mental health professionals, is also intended to support people who are experiencing a reduction in their usual mental health care services, as a result of changes that have been made by the NHS to support the pandemic.
The support line, which will initially be available between the hours of 9am – midnight every day of the week, can be contacted by calling 0300 790 0596. The line is open to Derbyshire residents of all ages.
Open letter from secretary of state for housing
Those who are employed but cannot work
If you are on a low income, we may be able to help you to claim a reduction on your Council Tax bill through our Council Tax Support Scheme.
You can check whether you are eligible for additional support using our benefits calculator.
Our website has a section on benefits advice which provides you with more information on the support you may be able to access.
For those who are employed but cannot work, please see the advice given by the government.
For council tax enquiries, please call 01246 345345 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.