Dronfield Civic Society was founded in 1989 following concerns about the state of the town raised by members of Dronfield Rotary Club.
We are a non-political organisation, working to develop and maintain an attractive and safe local environment.
What We Do
Undertake practical projects
Examine traffic related issues
Contribute to and comment on local plans and planning applications
Campaign for better public facilities and improvements to local transport systems
Provide support to local improvement projects
Promote high standards in architectural design and campaign for the preservation of historic buildings
Create opportunities for local people to become involved in shaping the future of their community
Recognise achievement through annual awards
At times we work with and support other local groups and organisations.
The Old Dronfield Society, Friends of Dronfield Station, The Lea Brook Valley Project, The Dronfield in Bloom Committee, The Dronfield Horticultural Society, The Safer Neighbourhood Team, DCC Countryside Services Team, North East Derbyshire District Council, Dronfield Town Council, Lee Rowley MP & Derbyshire Wildlife Trust.
Dronfield Civic Society is a member of Civic Voice, the national charity for the civic movement which promotes civic pride and seeks to make places more attractive, enjoyable and distinctive.
Dronfield Civic Society welcomes all local schools as members.
In addition to our ‘Young Achiever Award’ we have provided every local school with spring bulbs to plant in their grounds, helped pupils to get involved with the natural environment through our Bird Box Project, given talks to groups of students about our work in the local environment and supported Eco groups.
If you would like to find out more about how we can support your school please contact us.
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