We hope you'll be coming to the talk tomorrow (Thursday) night on 'Electric Cars: All You Need To Know'. It's free, at the cricket club, starting at 7.30p.m., and there's a bar available. To add some spice, we can confirm we'll have a Nissan Leaf, probably the best-selling electric family car in the UK, available for perusal and also a very swish BMW i8 electric promotional car, retailing at over £100k, to show what ' the toffs' might be dreaming about......…. The future's increasingly electric - might you get on board?
Altogether different, the Hayfield Library Campaign Group has put together a position paper arguing for a more imaginative and sustainable approach for use of Hayfield library and questioning some of the assumptions underpinning Derbyshire County Council's current proposals for the library. The position paper can be downloaded here. At the request of the Campaign Group, Hayfield Parish Council has submitted an application form to High Peak Borough Council, seeking to register the library as a 'community asset'. More information about options and actions being considered by the Campaign Group will be circulated when these have been firmed up. Meantime, if you've any thoughts about the library's - and the library building's - future use as a community hub, please contact the Group's Chair, Roy Lyon, at firstname.lastname@example.org.