Ockbrook & Borrowash Parish Council

Serving the people of Ockbrook & Borrowash

Clerk RFO: Ron Parker
The Parish Hall, Church
Street, Ockbrook, Derbyshire
DE72 3SL

Tel: 01332 664100

  • Borrowash , Taken December 2017 looking from the old canal , over the train track towards Ambaston

    Borrowash , Taken December 2017 looking from the old canal , over the train track towards Ambaston

    Photographed by James Baggulay

  • View over Ockbrook

    View over Ockbrook

    Photographed by Joanna Tufan

  • December 2014, from the old GIC sports ground, looking over the train track, it had snowed the day before

    December 2014, from the old GIC sports ground, looking over the train track, it had snowed the day before

    Photographed by Zoe Hendricks

  • Raising the Parish flag

    Raising the Parish flag

    Mayor, Councillor Mary Hopkinson raising the Parish flag on 4th May 2018

Ockbrook & Borrowash Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Ockbrook & Borrowash a better place to live, work and visit. 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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Latest News

Grant Received - Balmoral Cemetary

Posted: Sun, 20 Jan 2019 22:41 by Julie Fraser-Burton

We have recently received a grant from Erewash Borough Council for £2070 to be used specifically towards the costs of installing a new cemetery pathway, fence edging, repointing a pillar and attaching a new entrance gate.

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Tree Wardens Wanted

Tree Wardens Wanted

Posted: Fri, 06 Jul 2018 by Julie Fraser-Burton

Tree Wardens are enthusiastic volunteers who play an active role in conserving and
enhancing trees and woodlands in our local area. They are the eyes and ears of our
neighbourhoods and encoutage residents, schools, youth and community groups to
work together to improve or natural environment.
The Tree Warden Scheme gives people who feel that trees matter an
opportunity to:
• champion their local trees and woods
• plant and care for trees
• carry out woodland management
• set up tree nurseries using seeds collected locally
• survey trees and gather information about them
• provide early warning of threats, disease, decay or vandalism
• involve their neighbours in tree projects
• get together with like-minded people for training and field trips