Curbar Parish Council

Serving the people of Curbar

Clerk/RFO: Pip Gilbert
Ashdene, Main Road
Taddington, Derbyshire
SK17 9TR

Tel: 07971 195596

  • 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. .

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.

Ann Ironmonger

Latest News

Notice of Poll - Derwent Valley Division

Posted: Mon, 26 Apr 2021 13:49 by Sarah Nicholas

Notice of Poll - Derwent Valley Division

Parking Congestion at Curbar Gap

Posted: Mon, 12 Apr 2021 10:30 by Sarah Nicholas

Parking Congestion at Curbar Gap

Curbar Burial Ground

Posted: Mon, 22 Mar 2021 10:28 by Sarah Nicholas

The Curbar, Calver and Froggatt Joint Burial Committee, which was formed in May 1969, will cease to exist on 31st March 2021 and the management of the Burial Ground in the future will be undertaken by Curbar Parish Council. This change arises as a result of government legislation requiring burial committees to come directly under the control of a host council which in this case will be Curbar Parish Council. More »

Curbar PC has always owned the burial ground, although it has been managed separately by the Curbar, Calver and Froggatt Joint Burial Committee for the benefit of the residents of Curbar, Calver and Froggatt since 1969.

This change will make no difference to residents' entitlement to be interred in the Burial Ground.

Many thanks must go to David Nicholson, the Chair of Curbar, Calver and Froggatt Joint Burial Committee, who has been invaluable in enabling the necessary changes to be brought about.

Martyn Games Chair Curbar PC » Less