Welcome to Ripley Town Council | Derbyshire Council of the Year 2020
We aim to make Ripley a better place.
We help all those who need it, by building and strengthening relationships with individuals, groups and communities.
We want to create a more secure and inclusive Ripley by helping individuals, families and communities to thrive.
We will work toward a more fairly shared society, seeking to strengthen opportunities for all in education, health, housing, employment, transport, leisure and culture.
What we Do
News & Events
News & Events.
- New Ripley Mayor elected
- Ripley Market Place toilets
- HRH Duke of Edinburgh
- Grow a Sunflower
- Litter picking in our Township
- Former Councillor receives prestigious Freedom of the Town accolade
- Oxford Street Barrier update (March 2021)
- Environment Matters - Feb 2021
- Ripley Neighbourhood Plan update
- Ripley's Rich Heritage
If you have a local group or charity operating in the Ripley Township, we would like to invite you to apply for a financial grant from Ripley Town Council.
Please note: we are unable to give financial grants to Churches / Chapels.
Nominate someone who deserves recognition of their voluntary work in the Ripley Township.
This competition is open to all residents in the Ripley Township including Ambergate, Bullbridge, Hammersmith, Heage, Lower Hartshay, Upper Hartshay, Marehay, Nether Heage, Ridgeway, Sawmills, Street Lane, Upper Hartshay and Waingroves.
Closing date for entries:
Friday 16th July 2021 at 5pm.