Wingerworth Parish Council

Serving the people of Wingerworth

Clerk RFO: Charlotte Taylor
42 Hawksley Avenue
Chesterfield, Derbyshire
S40 4TN

Wingerworth Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Wingerworth 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.

Latest News

Declaration of Result of Poll

Declaration of Result of Poll

Election of a Parish Councillor for the Parish Ward of Wingerworth Adlington.

Posted: Mon, 10 May 2021 12:35 by Charlotte Taylor



Wingerworth Parish Council has been received a prestigious award as part of the Local Council Award Scheme. This achievement recognises that the council achieves good practice in governance, community engagement and council improvement. Moreover, Wingerworth Parish Council goes above and beyond their legal obligations, leading their communities and continuously seeking opportunities to improve and develop even further. More »

The Award Scheme report highlighted the council's particular areas of strength, including its commitment to continuous improvement and development.

The Local Council Award Scheme is a peer assessed programme that has been designed to both provide the tools and encouragement to those councils at the beginning of their improvement journeys, as well as promoting and recognising councils that are at the cutting edge of the sector. It is through the sector working together to share best practice, drive up standards and supporting those who are committed to improving their offer to their communities that individual councils and the sector as a whole will reach its full potential.

In terms of the future, the council is now reviewing ways in which it can keep on improving its offer to the local community and welcomes input from local people and partners on this. Wingerworth Parish Council and other local councils like it, are at the front line of the government's localism agenda and are doing as much as they can to delivery services whilst being efficient and cost-effective. Currently the council provides a range of services and wants to improve its community engagement through this. » Less

Posted: Fri, 07 May 2021 11:28 by Charlotte Taylor

Know the signs and symbols of the countryside

Know the signs and symbols of the countryside

In some cases, additional higher rights of access or permissive access could exist.

A yellow arrow
A yellow arrow - footpath, a right of way for walkers and mobility aid users.

A blue arrow
A blue arrow - bridleway, a right of way for walkers, mobility aid users, horse-riders and cyclists.

A purple arrow
A purple arrow - restricted byway, a right of way for walkers, mobility aid users, cyclists, horse-riders and horse-drawn vehicles only. More »

A red arrow
A red arrow - byway open to all traffic, a right of way for all users including motorised vehicles.

An acorn symbol
An acorn symbol - National Trail, created for walking, with horse-riding and cycling possible on some trails. Users with limited mobility can visit the National Trail website to check trail suitability. This website also contains maps, trip planning tools and information on trail diversions. This symbol marks 16 long distance routes in England and Wales including the England Coast Path.

Round brown symbol with a person walking over hills
Round brown symbol with a person walking over hills - Open Access, you can explore away from paths. This includes many areas of:

coastal margin
registered common land
Check the Open Access website for maps, information and any access restrictions.

Local sign on a post or gate
A local sign on a post or gate - permissive path. Follow advice on local signs as landowners voluntarily provide access to these paths and choose who can use them. Some open access areas are also made available in the same way. » Less

Posted: Mon, 03 May 2021 11:04 by Charlotte Taylor