Welcome to Alfreton Town Council

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.

**Competition Time**

Best dressed house for VE Day, Stay at home picnic.

Rules of entry:
Follow Public Health England Guidelines and enjoy a safe picnic
Only residents of Alfreton Town can enter (Properties within the boundary of Train Line, A38, Brook and Chesterfield Hill)
Only residential properties can enter, no businesses
Picture to be submitted by 23.59pm on Saturday 9th May 2020, through messenger or email to townclerk@alfretontc.co.uk.

Please confirm full name and address with entry.
All photos will be placed on a post by Alfreton Town Council on Sunday 10th May
Winners to be announced after 12 noon on Wednesday 13th May 2020
Picture with the most likes wins

1st £100.00
2nd £50.00
3rd £25.00

A donation to the same value (£175.00) will be made to Royal British Legion.

The event planned on Sunday 10th May 2020 has been cancelled and plans are underway to hold the event later in the year.

Additional Information


Alfreton Town Council have supported the Fareshare Midlands Charity with a donation of £1000.00 to support them during the Coronavirus crisis. 

Fareshare Midlands support in excess of 1000 families in Alfreton, Which represents just under 3% of their support in East Midlands.  Although that figure may be much higher given the unprecedented times that we find ourselves in. 

FareShare Midlands provides a very low-cost food solution to frontline charities and community groups helping them make essential savings on their food budgets, by redistributing good quality in date surplus food from the food industry. Good food becomes surplus for a number of reasons including overproduction or a short shelf life. We work with retailers, suppliers and manufacturers to access surplus food including fresh fruit and vegetables, meats, dairy products, tinned and dried goods.

Their food reaches vulnerable men, women and children of all ages and backgrounds who have fallen on difficult times and includes: homeless people, children living below the poverty line, refugees and low income families. The types of groups they support include hostels, schools, food banks, and community centres.


Their work is about more than just meals – without their service one in five of the charities and community groups supported,  would potentially have to close. Receiving FareShare Midlands food provides average savings of £7,900 which helps charities to continue providing vital support to thousands of vulnerable people.

Community groups, schools and charities can become a member of FareShare Midlands by completing an application form and by having a kitchen inspection by one of their staff. We then work with them to supply the types of food they need. Individual members of the public can access our food via these frontline organisations. They can be contacted by email enquiries@fareshare-eastmidlands.org.uk 

David Nieper takes Community Support Online

Alfreton based fashion firm David Nieper has launched a new online forum

The Spirit of Alfreton as part of their ongoing commitment to the local community.


The aim is to give the community a voice and provide a forum for local people to come together, share information, help each other and provide a solid base of support for the town as we navigate these difficult times.


The family business has been at the heart of the community and one of the town’s largest employers for almost 60 years, during which time they have been have been proud to create local jobs, sponsor and improve the local school and offer specialist training.


David Nieper CEO, Christopher Nieper commented:


“We are facing unprecedented days which are impacting every member of our community. I believe the best way for us to come through and prevail is to stand together.


This site is our contribution to overcoming the challenges ahead. It is a means to stay in touch, share thoughts, support vulnerable people in our community and communicate important information.


This is a space where help, encouragement and the spirit of our remarkable town will be displayed for all to see and benefit.”


Spirit of Alfreton Editor, Laura Hammond added:


“The site is designed so that that the whole community can benefit, there are sections for families, parents, schools, businesses and community groups to chat and share their news.


It is easy to use, simple to register and we welcome your feedback. It is also completely free – so do please join in. You can send us your ideas, offer to help vulnerable neighbours, pass on suggestions and exchange views.


Our goal is to work together as community to help bring Alfreton to better times.”


For further information contact

David Nieper Press Office


07904 257687

Alfreton Town Council
Alfreton Town CouncilWednesday, October 13th, 2021 at 5:01pm
Spooky things happening in town....
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Alfreton Town CouncilWednesday, October 13th, 2021 at 11:54am
Keep your 👀 peeled, what's happening in the indoor Market?
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Alfreton Town CouncilThursday, October 7th, 2021 at 2:43pm
Celebrating what Alfreton has to offer!
AVBC commissioned Ashley Franklin to photograph traders in the town, part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund. We will share those photos in several posts to highlight some of the great businesses in Alfreton.

Let's support these local companies to succeed.

This post celebrates Curiosity Interiors of King Street, Alfreton. ‘Shop Curiosity Interiors and Add Sophistication To Your Home With Our Furniture Range’

??Did you know Alfreton has a lower than average vacancy of retail and hospitality of 11.36% compared to 14.10& nationally, according to the Office of National Statistics Data and a study carried out by AVBC??

So tell us, what business is your favourite and why?
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Alfreton Town CouncilThursday, October 7th, 2021 at 1:42pm
The Remembrance Sunday parade is expected to be back this year, Sunday 14th November 2021!

However we need your help – could you spare an hour or 2 to volunteer to man a road closure point? If you can and you are over 18 please get in touch. office@alfretontc.co.uk

The parade is planning to leave Alfreton House at approximately 10.45am to head to the War Memorial where a short service will be held and a laying of wreaths. A formal service will follow at St Martin’s Church.