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New Belper micropub plans submitted to Amber Valley Borough Council

Plans to convert a former Belper cake shop into a new micropub venture have been submitted to Amber Valley Borough Council.

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Belper chef agency boss: hospitality kitchens crisis at boiling point

Belper chef agency boss: hospitality kitchens crisis at boiling point

The boss of a Belper-based national staffing agency for skilled chefs says a slow-burning crisis in the hospitality sector could soon boil over without a fresh approach to the trade.

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Zoopla's new online tool will tell you when your house might hit the million pound mark.

How to find out when your Derbyshire home will be worth £1 million

Online estate agent Zoopla has launched a new calculator that allows homeowners to see when their property will be worth a million pounds.

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Across the UK as a whole, 634,116 new companies were formed last year.

Almost 6,000 new companies created in Derbyshire last year

Nearly 6,000 new companies were formed in Derbyshire last year, statistics show.

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Drivers advised to avoid A50 eastbound following traffic collision

Drivers advised to avoid A50 eastbound following traffic collision

Drivers are being advised to steer clear of the A50 eastbound following a multi-vehicle collision between Junctions 1 and 2.

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Clare Hadway and Ian Ball are growing their vegetable box delivery service Twisted Turnip into Belper.

Vegetable box service connects Belper shoppers and Derbyshire farmers

A growing company is looking to connect more Belper households with Derbyshire farmers as they expand their vegetable box delivery service.

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Staff and volunteers at Treetops Hospice Care charity shop in Duffield are celebrating the first anniversary of their opening with a 20 per cent discount sale

Duffield charity shop celebrates first anniversary with discount sale

Staff at a Duffield charity shop are celebrating their first anniversary of opening with a discount sale to support vital hospice services.

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Ilkeston hotel, restaurant and golf complex Morley Hayes has been named one of the Top 25 hotels in the UK

Morley hotel and leisure club named in UK Top 25 by TripAdvisor users

An Erewash hotel and leisure club has been named as one of the nation’s best according to users of leading travel website TripAdvisor.

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Residents living near St John's Church in Belper are angry at town council plans to create a private car park.

Residents ‘appalled’ by Belper Town Council response to car park plans

Residents protesting plans to restrict a Belper car park for the sole use of the town council have been left “appalled” by councillors’ response.

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East Midlands chamber of commerce appeals for Government support after a rise in employment

East Midlands chamber of commerce appeals for Government support after a rise in employment

The number of people in work across the East Midlands rose in the three months to the end of November according to figures released this morning.

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Nigel Davidson, centre, collected his British Citizen Award from TV presenter Matt Allwright and awards sponsor Nathan Rous.

Heage businessman receives British Citizen Award for charity work

A businessman from Heage has received a national award for services to volunteering and charitable giving over more than 20 years.

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Hurt Arms manager Daniel Blagg, left, and executive manager Luke Richards are aiming to turn the pub into a high-quality country inn and wedding venue.

Work begins on £1million revamp of Ambergate pub and wedding venue

Work has begun on a £1million refurbishment of the Hurt Arms in Ambergate by Star Pubs & Bars and BKJ Leisure—owners of the White Hart at Moorwood Moor and the Horse & Jockey at Wessington.

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Armsons director Sally Walters, Belper Meadows Community Sports Club's Wendy Morris, Rob Basford of Amber Pre-Cast, and Roger Carter of Carter Construction prepare to lay a ceremonial date stone at the club house.

Belper Meadows Sports Club pavilion builders mark historic moment

A ceremonial date stone has been laid at the Belper Meadows Community Sports Club new pavilion, built by Carter Construction and Armsons.

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Media outlets and brands are currently facing unexplained and challenging outages on Facebook

Facebook outage hits publishers and brands across the UK

Media outlets found themselves unable to post as normal on Facebook today, following multiple reports of outages on the social media platform last night.
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Derbyshire swing band Kal's Kats on stage in the Oscar-nominated film Phantom Thread.

Derbyshire swing band reveal role in Oscar nominated Phantom Thread

A band of amateur musicians from Erewash and Amber Valley could be about to become the height of fashion, after revealing their role in a major new Hollywood film.

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Residents object to belper Town council plans to restrict access to the car park at St Johns Chapel in Belper.

Residents in row with Belper Town Council over church car park access

A row has broken out in Belper over a plan which could ban residents from a long-standing car parking area so it can be used by the town council.

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Mid Derbyshire MP Pauline Latham has visited Severn Trent's newly-built Ambergate reservoir

MP praises Severn Trent work on £40m Ambergate reservoir after visit

Mid Derbshire’s MP has paid a visit to the new £40million reservoir complex at Ambergate which will supply water across the East Midlands.

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Tesco is selling Quality Street tins for a bargain price

Tesco selling Quality Street tins for bargain price

Christmas may be over but eagle-eyed shoppers looking for a chocolate fix have been snapping up a bargain at Tesco.

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Temperatures are set to drop later in the week.

Very cold weather is about to hit Derbyshire - but DON'T warm up your car engines

We've been told for years that we should let our car warm up in cold weather before driving to work, but is this actually true?

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New owner Dan Tomlinson behind the bar at the Black Swan in Idridgehay.

Idridgehay pub reopens after being saved by community campaign

The ale is flowing once again at an Idridgehay pub which closed five years ago, only to be saved by a community campaign and a new owner.

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