Marehay Cricket Club Youth

Ripley Town Council events cancelled in 2020 

In light of the current Covid-19 government guidelines, all events organised by Ripley Town Council have been cancelled for 2020. We hope to bring the following events to you in 2021. 
Spring Market, Well Dressing and Wool Bombing 
The Big Day Out at Midland Railway on 7th July 2021. 
Outdoor Cinema 
Ripley Christmas Light Switch on 
Ripley Family Christmas Market 
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding. 
Ripley Town Council Office Grosvenor Road

Ripley Town Council Office closed until further notice 

We have temporarily closed our office on Grosvenor Road, Ripley for the health and safety of our staff, councillors and the general public. 
Our staff are following government guidelines regarding Coronavirus and will be working from home for the foreseeable future. They are contactable via email and by telephone, Monday to Friday, 10am until 3pm. 
Contact details here 
At present, all Ripley Town Council meeting are being held online via Zoom. Details of how you can attend these meetings, can be found on the specific meeting agendas here 
Thank you for your cooperation. 
Waingroves Community Centre

Latest government guidance for England 

Stay alert 
We can all help control the virus if we all stay alert. This means you must: 
stay at home as much as possible 
work from home if you can 
limit contact with other people 
keep your distance if you go out (2 metres apart where possible) 
wash your hands regularly 
Do not leave home if you or anyone in your household has symptoms. 
Amber Valley Movie Makers

Advice for businesses in Amber Valley 

Amber Valley Borough Council have put together useful information regarding advice for local businesses. 
Ripley Morris

Derbyshire County Council Community Response Unit launched to help those in need 

Help is available for people across the county if they are: 
Self-isolating because either themselves or a member of the household is at risk 
Struggling to meet basic needs because of financial, social or health restrictions 
Have underlying health conditions 
Aged 70 or over. 
Volunteers from over 200 different organisations will be able to help with shopping, fetching prescriptions or offering a befriending service. 
Waingroves Well Dressing

Be part of Derbyshire County Councils Community Response team 

Anyone who wants to help has to be aged 18 to 70 and fit and well. Please visit the Community Response Unit information on the Derbyshire County Council website to register your interest. 
Some organisations are looking for volunteers to offer a befriending telephone service, so anyone who wants to help but can’t leave their house could offer this kind of assistance. 
B.E.A.R.S Breastfeeding Support Amber Valley

Council Tax Support information 

Amber Valley Borough Council have published information about help with paying Council Tax during the Covid 19 pandemic. 
Ripley & District Heritage Trust Ripley in 1950's

Advice for allotment holders in the Ripley Township 

The National Allotment Society have produced some useful Covid 19 Emergency Measures information. 
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