Curbar Parish Council

Serving the people of Curbar

Clerk/RFO: Sarah Nicolas
56 Upperthorpe Road
Killamarsh, Derbyshire S21 1EJ

Tel: 07715 256114

  • View from Curbar Edge

    View from Curbar Edge

  • Curbar Gap

    Curbar Gap

  • Curbar Well and Horse Trough

    Curbar Well and Horse Trough

Chairman's Welcome

Curbar parish is located in the beautiful Peak District National Park, where panoramic views and settings are valued by residents and visitors alike. As chairman of the Council for the past ten years, I have focused our activities on the preservation of the unique landscape and local characteristics that are the essence of Curbar.

This website includes a wealth of information about the council and the village, which I hope you find useful. You may also be interested in visiting the recently restored telephone box on Curbar Hill, which includes a map of the village, places of interest and a leaflet rack advising visitors of venues and events in the area.

For walkers, we invite you to take a breather, have refreshments or just admire the scenery on any of the seven benches we provide from the bridge at the bottom of Curbar Hill up to Curbar Edge car park. In order to maintain Curbar's calm and natural beauty, we appreciate when people respect our landscape and countryside, observe speed limits, park sensibly and clean up after their dogs.

I would like to welcome you to the Curbar Parish Council website, which will be updated regularly with news, events and further information of interest.

Dave Nicholson

Latest News

Important Notice

Posted: Thu, 27 Jun 2019 12:06 by Sarah Nicholas

On behalf of the village and Curbar Parish Councillors we would like to extend our very special thanks to David Nicholson and Stuart Allen who have given many years service as members of the Parish Council offering their wisdom and practical skills unselfishly throughout our village. More »

Their presence will be greatly missed by fellow Councillors. However, as always they will continue to quietly contribute to the well being of our village through their voluntary work with the Burial Committee and Calver Weir Project to mention just 2 of their many commitments.

Thanks again David and Stuart.

Councillor Ann Ironmonger » Less

Safer Neighbourhood Team

Posted: Mon, 17 Jun 2019 12:04 by Sarah Nicholas

Come along to the Safer Neighbourhood Team, Street Meet and chat with your local Police Officers.

Curbar Wesleyan Reform Chapel, Wednesday 19th June, 17:00 to 18:00

Recruitment of Electoral Registration Canvassers 2018

Posted: Tue, 19 Jun 2018 18:06 by Sarah Nicholas

You may be interested to know:

Derbyshire Dales District Council will begin the annual canvass of households on 1 August and are currently looking to recruit additional canvassers to cover as much of the area as possible. They hope to hold a couple of "drop-in" sessions (in north and south of District + Matlock) where anyone who is interested can come along to find out exactly what the role entails. That would be followed by a more formal recruitment process.