Dronfield Civic Society
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Civic Voice

Established in 1989

We care for our environment

Dronfield Civic Society is a non-political organisation which works with and supports many organisations in and around the town such as:

·         The Dronfield in Bloom Committee

·         The Old Dronfield Society

·         Friends of Dronfield Station

·         The Dronfield Horticultural Society

·         The Lea Brook Valley Project

Together with these, other  organisations and our local authorities and councils, we seek to develop and maintain an attractive environment across the town.


Dronfield Civic Society is a member of 
Civic Voice.


We are pleased to support its aims and hope to gain from being involved in wider association with other Civic Societies around the UK.

Read more about the role of Civic Voice here

Welcome to our website


The Town of Dronfield comprises three communities of Dronfield, Dronfield Woodhouse and Coal Aston. It is situated in the eastern foothills of the Pennines only three miles from the Peak District National Park.

The finest beauty spots of Derbyshire are within easy travelling distance and yet the town is only six miles equidistant from the busy commercial centres of Sheffield to the North and Chesterfield to the South.

Dronfield covers an area of 3,457 acres and its population has increased dramatically in post war years from 6,500 in 1945 to almost 25,000 today.

The residential development has been well consolidated and the centre of the town retains its ancient character, with many fine old buildings of historic interest and the splendid early Gothic Parish Church, which celebrated its 850th anniversary in 1985.


The industry of the town has developed alongside the residential growth and Dronfield now hosts a wide variety of firms ranging from well-established engineering works to modern computer technology.


Some recent examples of our work

·         Supporting Friends of Dronfield Station in the re-establishment of regular, hourly rail services to Dronfield

·         Working with Derbyshire County Council in improving road safety issues across the town

·         Supporting Dronfield Junior School in its traffic management plans.

·         Upkeep and maintenance of  the ‘Heritage’ ladles at the Dronfield town boundary

·         Promoting local businesses

·          Planting spring  bulbs



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