Quarndon Village

Parish Council and Community Website

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

Tel: 07941 052009

  • April love

    April love

  • Full moon near Upper Vicarwood

    Full moon near Upper Vicarwood

  • Champion Park

    Champion Park

  • Incoming pollen at a hive entrance

    Incoming pollen at a hive entrance

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 the Parish Council conducts business and what we do. This website includes information about Quarndon Community Groups. To find out more see the Community and COVID-19 Quarndon Support pages or email qcp@quarndon-village.org.uk

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Posted: Sun, 31 May 2020 09:12 by Laura Storey

Quarndon set to bloom in June

Quarndon set to bloom in June

Every suitable lamp post in the village will shortly be boasting a gorgeous hanging basket, as well as baskets at Queenies tea room and the Village Hall. There will be another large planter by the pillar box this year; look out for more planters in the village too. More »

The flowers have been financed by proceeds from the Auction at the Cricket Club in January; a Community Grant; a donation from Derbyshire County Council and Quarndon Events plant sale as well as some kind private donations. Just a little later than planned, despite a Covid-19 delay, the hanging baskets and planters will arrive at the end of June.

Open this news item and click on the 'More information' link for Quarndon in Bloom

Challenge and a good walk when the flowers are in situ: how many hanging baskets and planters can you count in the village? » Less

Posted: Tue, 26 May 2020 14:26 by Clare Turner

Queenies - change to collection times

Queenies  - change to collection times

As the lockdown begins to be relaxed, Queenies Essentials orders have reduced over the last couple of weeks, so it no longer makes sense for Rebecca to be open for collections from the shop for 3 hours on Wednesdays and 4 hours on Fridays. More »

Opening hours for this week will be reduced to 1pm to 3pm on Wednesday (27 May) and 10am to 1pm on Friday (29 May).As from next week (week commencing 1 June), the shop will only be open for collections on Wednesdays (1pm to 3pm).There will be no change to deliveries on Thursdays.Thanks for your understanding and support.For more information and order form open this news item and click on 'More information' link. » Less

Posted: Tue, 26 May 2020 14:19 by Clare Turner