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Residents in Kedleston Road area of Derby invited for a 'Cuppa with a Copper'

Officers from our Darley Safer Neighbourhood Team are offering residents of the Kedleston Road area of Derby the chance to have a 'Cuppa with a Copper'
Sun 13th May 2018 by Derbyshire Police read more

Campaigners face ANOTHER court battle to stop homes being built on edge of Derby


 Despite Kedleston Voice winning in the High Court, the Secretary of State is now taking the case to the Court of Appeal

Mon 26th Mar 2018 by Derby Telegraph read more

Why Kedleston Country House has closed its restaurant to the public

Hotel guests can still use it and and the venue plans to restart a public restaurant service at weekends later this year
Tue 13th Feb 2018 by Derby Telegraph read more

Bargain Hunt contestant proposes to teammate on TV show at Kedleston Hall


 Contestant Alison Cook was given a shock of a lifetime when her partner Tony Chambers got down on one knee

Thu 11th Jan 2018 by Derby Telegraph read more

Secret Service reviews Kedleston Fish Bar - does it get battered?

We went to the chippy because the pub we wanted to visit caught fire
Sat 30th Dec 2017 by Derby Telegraph read more

Police, paramedics and fire service called to Kedleston Road smash

A car crashed into a lamppost
Sat 25th Nov 2017 by Derby Telegraph read more

Dirty tables and smelly toilets at The Jonty Farmer as Secret Service takes a peek

Your spy liked their waiter but not much else at the pub on Kedleston Road in Derby
Fri 10th Nov 2017 by Derby Telegraph read more

Fight to stop 400 homes being built on edge of Derby continues


 Court of Appeal next stop for Kedleston Voice as it fights development plan

Fri 20th Oct 2017 by Derby Telegraph read more

Developers behind Kedleston homes plan now taking case to Court...

Campaigners opposing plans for 400 homes on the edge of the Kedleston Estate say they are not surprised their battle could be returning to the courts. Last month, members of Kedleston Voice - set up three years ago to oppose the development on heritage land off Kedleston Road – enjoyed a brief celebration after Mrs Justice Lang, in the High Court, quashed a planning director's decision to allow the homes plan to go-ahead. Developers Catesby have now applied to the Court of Appeal for...
Wed 12th Jul 2017 by Derby Telegraph read more

Kedleston campaigners 'triumph' over homes developer

A residents' campaign group has helped overturn plans for up to 400 homes close to Kedleston Hall.
Fri 23rd Jun 2017 by BBC Derbyshire read more

Campaigners win latest battle in High Court to stop Catesby's...

Protesters against plans to build 400 homes on the edge of the Kedleston estate have won the latest round of a legal battle.A High Court judge ruled that a planning inspector made an error of law when he overturned a council decision to turn down the plans.The campaigning group Kedleston Voice had asked Mrs Justice Lang to throw out the inspector's ruling, claiming he misinterpreted government planning policy.They said that the inspector had used a new and unacceptable interpretation of a...
Thu 22nd Jun 2017 by Derby Telegraph read more

Derby's O'Dwyer's Bar - the 'Stock Exchange' pub where the drink...

A Derby bar which is to let the price of its drinks go up and down depending on demand has attracted the "concern" of alcohol campaigners.But the venue says the protection of its customers and neighbours is its top priority and it "always promote responsible drinking". The owners of the O'Dwyer's Bar, in Kedleston Road, have said that, on each Wednesday and Friday night, the pub will operate like the Stock Exchange - where shares which are popular rise in value, but those...
Fri 26th May 2017 by Derby Telegraph read more

High Court fight begins over plans for 400 homes on edge of...

Historic Kedleston Hall took centre stage at the High Court on Wednesday as campaigners fought to overturn planning permission for up to 400 new homes in the area. The Grade I-listed hall, in Derbyshire, is recognised as "one of the finest examples of 18th-century architecture anywhere", said barrister Nina Pindham. But its "setting" is now under threat from house-building plans on Kedleston and Memorial Road, just 1.7 miles away, she argued.READ MORE: How the story of...
Wed 24th May 2017 by Derby Telegraph read more

Campaigners trying to stop Kedleston housing development take...

Campaigners trying to stop 400 houses being built on the edge of Derby will take their battle to the High Court in London today and tomorrow. Community group Kedleston Voice has already spent more three years and £40,000 fighting a plan by Catesby Property Group to build the homes on Kedleston Estate, which it believes will destroy the landscape and add extra pressure on vital local services. The development has already had the go-ahead from the Government after planning inspector John...
Wed 24th May 2017 by Derby Telegraph read more

?Join the Great British Dog Walk at Kedleston Hall on Saturday,...

The Great British Dog Walk is heading back to Kedleston Hall, with hundreds of mpeople and their dogs expected to take part. The event is one of 20 taking place around the UK and starts at 11am tomorrow (Saturday, May 20). About 250 adults and more than 150 dogs of all shapes and sizes are expected to take part in this year's event at Kedleston. There will be a 3km and an 8km route making it an ideal event for dog-lovers, families with or without buggies, couples, independent walkers and...
Fri 19th May 2017 by Derby Telegraph read more

Woman taken to hospital after threatening to jump over A38 bridge...

Police have this morning confirmed a young woman was taken to hospital after she threatened to jump off a bridge on the A38.The incident happened just after 7.20pm last night (Sunday) in Kedleston Road where the bridge straddles the A38 road.An eyewitness, who did not want to be named, told the Derby Telegraph passers-by were at the scene holding onto the woman to stop her from falling. The witness said: "I was driving along the A38 when I noticed a girl on the bridge on the other side of...
Mon 15th May 2017 by Derby Telegraph read more

Thousands set to attend Derbyshire Food and Drink Fair at...

Thousands of people are set to visit Kedleston Hall this weekend for the annual Derbyshire Food and Drink Fair.The two-day event brings together top producers and chefs from around the region. Expect to find the county's finest food producers, with stalls featuring local cheeses, pickles, homemade cakes, local ales, and wines.There will be plenty of goodies in the Craft and Gift tent and you'll also be able to pick up some lunch from the many caterers dotted around or a tipple from Derventio...
Fri 12th May 2017 by Derby Telegraph read more

Mugger grabs mobile phone from Derby woman - in the middle of a...

Police are hunting a man who approached a woman from behind and stole her mobile phone - while she was on it. The incident happened at 6.35pm on Wednesday in West Avenue, off Kedleston Road, Derby. A spokesman for Derbyshire police said: "The man came up behind the woman who was on her mobile phone and grabbed the phone off her and then made off. OTHER NEWS: Visiting big Nottingham events from Derby? Get £1 off your bus fare "We're appealing for anybody with information...
Wed 26th Apr 2017 by Derby Telegraph read more

Stealing from B&M and drink-drivers: who's been in Derbyshire...

The following people have recently been convicted of offences at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates' Court: Samuel Crane, 21, of Burton Road, Branston, Burton, was handed a 12-month community order and was ordered to pay £85 costs and an £85 victim surcharge for assault in Burton on November 26. Ian Boston, 46, of Kedleston Road, Derby, was fined 36, was ordered to pay £85 costs, a £15 victim surcharge and had his licence endorsed with three penalty points for speeding...
Mon 17th Apr 2017 by Derby Telegraph read more

Return of Kedlestons state bed marks the end of 30 year restoration project

Fit for a King: return of Kedlestons state bed marks the end of 30 year restoration project at 18th century treasure house
Sun 19th Mar 2017 by Amber Valley Info read more

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