View from Curbar Edge
Curbar Well and Horse Trough
Curbar parish is located in the beautiful Peak District National Park, where panoramic views and settings are valued by residents and visitors alike. .
This website includes a wealth of information about the council and the village, which we 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.
We would like to welcome you to the Curbar Parish Council website, which will be updated regularly with news, events and further information of interest.
Posted: Wed, 22 Jun 2022 11:10 by Pip Gilbert
We are in the process of starting our annual electoral registration canvass and I would be grateful if you could add something to any newsletter you may produce to inform local residents of this.
As an overview the annual canvass ensures that Derbyshire Dales District Council can keep the electoral register up to date. It aims to identify any residents who are not registered to vote so that they can be encouraged to do so.
It is anticipated that the canvass letters and emails will start to arrive with Derbyshire Dales households from 12 July 2022 and it is expected that we will send letters to around 21,000 households and emails to 15,000 electors for whom we hold an email address. The email will come from email@example.com
As in previous years we would ask that residents monitor their junk/spam folder as some email providers may identify this correspondence as junk mail and respond accordingly.
The hybrid system of sending out letters and emails is designed to reduce the cost of the annual canvass, which, previously, was carried out by post.
If any resident hasn't received either a letter or email by 25 July they should contact the District Council by calling 01629 761335 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
If we do not receive a response to our initial canvass communication we are obliged to send a reminder therefore a response to the initial communication would be appreciated.
Posted: Tue, 31 May 2022 10:07 by Pip Gilbert
Please find a link for the above bulletin
Posted: Tue, 17 May 2022 12:58 by Pip Gilbert
Notification pf public rights