This site will provide you with information about the role of the Town Council and the services it provides, together with contact details, meeting dates, minutes, and various other publications.
Wirksworth is a thriving community in a market town (population approximately 5,000) within the Derbyshire Dales District of the East Midlands, and situated on the edge of the Peak District National Park. This is a very popular location for walkers and holiday-makers making Wirksworth an ideal town to visit.
The Town Council in Wirksworth plays an active role in local government and works in partnership with several organisations and groups, to keep Wirksworth a vibrant town and to provide or improve facilities.
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Stoney Wood is Wirksworth's Millennium woodland planted in the area recovered from Stonecroft Quarry. The land on which the wood is planted was donated by Tarmac Ltd to Wirksworrth Town Council. The original planting was started by Tarmac but later sections were planted by local adults and children in a project ...
The Main Hall is large, suitable for a variety of uses - dance, exercise, large meeting space, wedding reception, family parties, musical events, etc, whilst other rooms - the Club Room, Ante Room, Council Chamber, are suited to smaller classes/groups. All rooms are available for hire during the day and evening, weekdays and weekends.
Environment & Town Affairs
(Usually held on the first Monday of the month)
Finance, Buildings & Personnel
(Usually held on the second Monday of the month)
Town Council Meeting
(Usually held on the third Monday of the month)