Parish Councils in the Hope Valley would value your opinion about a proposed online supermarket and invite you to complete the survey - using the link below. The aim of the survey is to gather an understanding of whether local people across the Hope Valley would be interested in using an online shopping service where residents can order from a variety of local shops and have them delivered to their door by a locally based delivery service.

Here is the link to the anonymous survey 'Food Shopping in the Hope Valley' : https://forms.gle/8EAHR35qvjNNekcK7

Thank you.
Last Updated on Thursday, 04 June 2020 14:51
 

Please click HERE to download a list of suppliers in the Hope Valley doing home deliveries or collection services. Support your local businesses if  you can.

  • Barron’s Spar in Hope
  • Hope Chest Deli
  • Hathersage Bakery
  • Chatsworth Estate Farm Shop
  • Peak Fruits, Hathersage
  • Sunshine Pizza, Bamford
  • Maazi, Hathersage
  • Hope Valley Garden Centre
  • William Eyres, Brough Mill
  • Harrington’s Butchers, Hathersage
  • Hathersage Pharmacy
  • Watsons Butchers, Hope

Morrisons are also offering a delivery service, specifically for elderly and vulnerable people to choose items from an essentials list. This service is available Monday to Friday within a 10 mile radius of Chepel-en-le-Frith Morrisons. Please call 0345 611611 and choose option 5, for more details

Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 April 2020 15:03
 

Please click on the link below for latest update from the Peak District National Park Authority regarding issues relating to: parking, footpaths, public toilets and BBQs and fires.

News update

 

During the current COVID-19 restrictions on movement, Hope with Aston Parish Council urges residents in Hope and Aston to:

  • Look out for your neighbours: be aware of a near neighbour who might need some help or support whether in a vulnerable group or just in need of some help.
  • Visit the Hope Community 2020 Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/hopecommunity2020/ to request some assistance or offer yourself as a volunteer to help deliver essentials to those unable to leave their homes.
  • Check our website here where we will post regular information updates.

Follow the guidance and stay safe and well.

Last Updated on Friday, 27 March 2020 10:03
 

The DCC Community Response Unit is now ready to take requests for assistance from members of the community who don’t have friends or family able to help them. Click here.

 
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