We are dedicated to improving the town for residents, businesses and visitors
So how do we do that?
Make it more attractive by planting bulbs on roadside verges and clearing litter from problem areas
Repair items of street furniture, plant trees and improve safety on footpaths in the district
Protect and preserve our heritage by monitoring what is happening within the conservation areas
Report acts of vandalism, fly-posting, fly-tipping and graffiti to the authorities
Keep you informed about plans at local and district level and encourage you to take part in the consultation process
If you would like to help us to make things even better around Dronfield and district, join us.
Click the buttons further down the page to email Membership Secretary Jo and she will be pleased to send you an Application for Membership form, or download and print a form yourself to send to Jo. Full details of where to send the form, membership options on offer, Gift Aid and how to pay are on the form.
We look forward to welcoming you as a new member.
Membership fees, sponsorship and donations to the Society allow us to fund improvements around Dronfield and district. They include:
Footpath safety and repair work, restoration of three K6 telephone kiosks, Mill Lane Improvement Project including a new footbridge over the Drone, repairs to stiles on the Barn Rotary Walk, creation of an environmental and heritage trail on Unstone Line, tools for safe litter picking, repairs to street furniture, donation towards cleaning the War Memorial, contributions towards appropriate signage for partner organisations, donations to the annual Dronfield Well-Dressing, Bird Box Project to engage young citizens, restoration of the grave of Dr Fletcher, an eminent man in the town’s history and purchase of autumn bulbs for springtime colour around the town. Read more on the Projects page.
We endeavour to keep administration costs as low as possible, so if you would like to receive a quarterly newsletter by email, make sure we have your up to date details.