News & Events


Read our news for 2020 below or click the links below to view older content.

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Wirksworth Remembrance 2020
12/10/2020 at 11:34

Re-opening of Tuesday Market and Barmote Croft Public Conveniences
08/07/2020 at 11:07

Black Lives Matter
08/07/2020 at 10:08

The Tuesday Market & public toilets -closed for now
22/06/2020 at 11:35

Message from the Mayor: Week six of lock down
29/04/2020 at 12:22

Covid 19 - Mayors Message
18/03/2020 at 09:10

Cancellation of Well Dressing
17/03/2020 at 10:33

Stoney Wood

Stoney Wood

Stoney Wood is Wirksworth's Millennium woodland planted in the area recovered from Stonecroft Quarry. The land on which the wood is planted was donated by Tarmac Ltd to Wirksworth Town Council. The original planting was started by Tarmac but later sections were planted by local adults and children in a project ...

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Hiring the Hall

Main Hall

We have  two buildings with rooms to hire on an hourly basis, and the newly renovated Fanny Shaw's Community Building (FSCB) which is operated on a key loan system. 

Town Hall:- The Main Hall is large, suitable for a variety of uses - dance, exercise, large meeting space, wedding reception, family parties, musical events, etc, whilst other rooms - the Club Room, Ante Room, Council Chamber, are suited to smaller classes/groups. All rooms are available for hire during the day & evening during week days & weekends.  

Memorial Hall:- the Hall & Kitchen are available to hire for meetings, parties, fayres, events and classes/groups, during the day & evening during week days and weekends.

Fanny Shaw's:- Community building key available free of charge for use by groups such as: parents, schools, nurseries, scouts & not-for-profit groups holding events on the park.      

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Council Meetings

Calendar

Environment & Town Affairs
(Usually held on the first Monday of the month)
Finance, Buildings & Personnel
(Usually held on the second Monday of the month)
Town Council Meeting
(Usually held on the third Monday of the month)

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