Getting Involved

There are plenty of ways for you to get involved with the Partnership and its work; and we want you, as partner organisations, individuals, or employers, to tell us what you think about some of the biggest issues facing the district.

You can do that in the following ways:

  • Join one of the Partnership's Thematic Partnerships.  Contact the relevant Secretariat to be put onto the mailing lists.
  • Make your views count by completing consultation surveys. Ask Derbyshire is a website that helps you find out how you can have your say on matters affecting your area. You can search for consultations that interest you, and sign up to receive notifications of forthcoming consultations, and reports from those that have finished. 
  • Details of current consultation opportunities submitted to the Partnership are set out below.
  • Or you can contact us at the Partnership Office if you would like to raise any concerns or highlight any successes to the wider Partnership.


2016 Countryside Centre Consultation

Have your say on the possible closure of visitors services at Hayfield Countryside Centre and Tapton Local Lock Visitors Centre.

By 2020 the funding Derbyshire County Council receive from Government will be more than a third lower than in 2010.

This questionnaire asks for your views on Derbyshire County Council's proposals to close two visitor centres, at Hayfield and Tapton Local and to support alternative delivery mechanisms or development opportunities for the centres.

Both visitors centres offer an information service, refreshments and a small shop, toilets and a tramper service for hire. If the centres were to close these services could be affected.

Closing date:

6 May, 2016

To participate:

Complete the online questionnaire.

For more information:

Derbyshire County Council website.