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Quarndon Village

Community website provided by Quarndon Parish Council

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Clerk: Laura Storey
PO Box 8108, Derby DE1 0ZU

Tel: 07941 052009

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    Our Parish Council meetings are held in the village hall.

Quarndon Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Quarndon a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

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Quarndon Parish Council launches new web site - and new logo

Quarndon Parish Council launches new web site - and new logo

Quarndon Parish Council is proud to announce that www.quarndon-pc.gov.uk is now live. This stylish new site will continue to grow and develop, with information about the many facets of Quarndon village life.

Googling 'Quarndon Parish Council' will lead visitors to the 'official' site, with details of the Parish Council and the services it provides, like planning, footpaths and so on, but this isn't all. There is a 'village' route too – www.quarndon-village.org.uk for community matters. More »

To celebrate Quarndon's developing web presence there is a new logo depicting the Grade II-listed Chalybeate Well on Church Road. Until a series of earth tremors over a 40-year period from 1863 reduced the Well's waters to a tiny trickle people from all over England flocked to Quarndon to benefit from its iron-rich medicinal waters. Although it is now dry, the Well stands as a tribute to Quarndon's popularity, which continues to the present day.

The Parish Council welcome comments and suggestions about the new website: please contact the Parish Clerk. » Less

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 13:25 by Clare Turner

QNP Community Walks Photography Competition

QNP Community Walks Photography Competition

The winners of the QNP "Community Walks" Photography Competition at the end of June were as follows:

    • The Rural Environment: Andy Small with 31 votes (view looking south from top of footpath off Woodlands Lane).
    • The Built Environment: Andy Small with 50 votes (view looking down Church Road)
    • Nature and Wildlife: Ros Grum with 42 vote (the mouse)

So the overall winner was Andy's Built Environment photo.

Fri, 30 Jun 2017 19:50 by Matthew Pitt

Kedleston Road development: High Court turns down planning appeal decision

The Hon. Ms Justice Lang has quashed the decision made by the Planning Inspectorate to grant planning permission for 400 houses on the heritage land adjacent to Kedleston Road, Allestree, Derby.

Her decision to dismiss the granting of planning permission on the grounds that it is unlawful has come as a great relief for all those who have campaigned to protect the land and setting linked to Kedleston Hall.

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 15:09 by Clare Turner