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This site provides you with news of local matters, contact details for the Council and Council Members, meeting dates, minutes and various other useful documents.

Grotto and Foodbank at Tesco

The Town Mayor, Councillor Mary Kerry was invited to open the Grotto and raise awareness of the Foodbank collection in Tesco’s on Saturday 3rd December 2016.

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Alfreton Town CouncilThursday, December 21st, 2017 at 12:12pm
The Town Council are pleased to support the Foodbank in Alfreton with a grant for £2500.00, this will be used to rent the rooms for the facility. The foodbank is provided by The Trussell Trust which is based in South Normanton.
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Alfreton Town CouncilWednesday, December 20th, 2017 at 11:59am
The Council offices will close today and reopen on Wednesday 3rd January.
We wish all residents of Alfreton a Happy Christmas and New Year.
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Alfreton Town CouncilWednesday, December 20th, 2017 at 11:58am
The Town Council are proud to once again support ADASC with a grant for £1500.00 to support their bid for a 'Community Football Club' and improved facilities. A letter of support has been given to assist in their fund raising and the Council thanked the club for their dedication to the community.
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Alfreton Town CouncilThursday, December 14th, 2017 at 11:35am
The history of Alfreton is destined for the internet.
Helping the project will be a £750 grant from Alfreton Town Council.
It was handed over by the Mayor, councillor John Walker, to Alfreton and District Heritage Trust. The cash will be spent on MODES, which provides a compact database, software and training.
This will allow the volunteers to catalogue all their historical items and put them on websites, where interested people will be able to find them with the wriggle of a computer mouse.
Councillor Walker feels there is plenty of civic pride and that it is vital for future generations to preserve the fast-changing character of the town.
"Alfreton is completely different from when I came to work here. Buildings have disappeared, rows of traditional houses have disappeared.
"There used to be an annual carnival in the thirties and that was a highlight for people at the time.
"There used to be four collieries within one mile of Alfreton town centre and there used to be a lot of knitwear made. Things change and people are interested in history," he added.
The trust has a heritage centre in the former chapel in Alfreton Cemetery off Rodgers Lane.
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Alfreton Town Council added 42 new photos.Wednesday, December 13th, 2017 at 2:25pm
Christmas Event 2017
Saturday 25th November