Morley Parish Council

Serving the people of Morley Derbyshire

Brackley Gate Morley Sign

Clerk/RFO: Laura Storey
P O Box 8108, Derby
Derbyshire DE1 0ZU

  • A winter afternoon

    A winter afternoon

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    Morley Cross

  • Spring at St Matthews

    Spring at St Matthews

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Morley Village Show

Morley Village Show

Posted: Fri, 23 Aug 2019 11:41 by Laura Storey

Morley Village Show

Free Walking Festival in Amber Valley and Erewash 14 - 29 September 2019

Posted: Fri, 02 Aug 2019 16:45 by Laura Storey

Hello Amber Valley Parish and Town Clerks

This is a free Walking Festival led by volunteers.

This year's free Autumn Footprints Walking Festival (Amber Valley and Erewash, Derbyshire) is taking place 14-29 September - we do hope you will join us again this year. There are 42 walks this year - with something for everyone.

Please see the link to our website - you can click on each day to see the walks on offer or alternatively download the whole programme from the bottom of the home page. More »

http://www.autumnfootprints.co.uk/autumn-footprints.aspx

Many thanks

Marion

Marion Farrell - Walking Festival Co-ordinator

Healthy Lifestyles Co-ordinator | Groundwork Greater Nottingham (BASED IN RIPLEY, Derbyshire)

Tel: 01773 841 483 Mob: 07801 122494

Post: Head Office Groundwork Greater Nottingham,

Unit A, Tennyson Hall, Forest Road West, Nottingham NG7 4EP » Less

Wildflower Verge

Wildflower Verge

Posted: Thu, 01 Aug 2019 07:45 by Laura Storey

The wildflower verge has been a great success this year. Unfortunately the best was hidden by high grass where a cut was not made earlier this year. It has been reported to Erewash Borough Council but it may be to late for the best flowers. We have numerous butterflies, bees and other insects taking advantage of the lovely weather. John Green noted Painted Lady, Meadow Brown, Ringlet, Small Tortoiseshell, Small Heath, and Skippers. Let's hope we can repeat it again next year. See more pictures in the gallery.