The Historic Georgian Derbyshire Market Town of Ashbourne lies in the lovely valley of the Henmore on the southern edge of the Peak District. It has a population of approximately 7,800 people. It is famous for its Royal Shrovetide Football Match which is played throughout the town on Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday.
Do you want to have a say on the future of the Town Hall? Follow the link to complete a short on-line survey where the results can be collected surveymonkey Closing date for the survey is 31st March 2017.
Do you know an Ashbourne Unsung Hero? Would you like to nominate them for a Mayoral Award? This could be for voluntary work, services to local clubs and societies, fund raising or charity work, or just simply gone beyond the call of duty. If you know someone you feel is deserving of this, please contact Tim Baker on 01335 342991 or firstname.lastname@example.org to nominate them.
Need help knowing which Council to contact? Take a look at the link on our Directory page to find out whether you need to contact the Town, District or County Council.
Following on from discussions regarding Ashbourne Town Hall, we are now asking for peoples opinion regarding the future of this historical building. To give us your feedback, please click on the link surveymonkey to complete a short on-line survey where we are compiling results. Closing date for the survey is 31st March 2017.
Ashbourne’s Thursday market is re-opening on 6th April at the brand new location on civic Square, between the Library & Waitrose. Come along and check out the stalls, and support your local traders and market town
Thinking of a venue for a party this year? Looking for a venue for your wedding ceremony? Are you a sporting group, like to play badminton, or simply want a space to meet? Then look no further than Ashbourne Town Hall. Rooms are available for hire including office and meeting space if desired, at competitive […]
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