Barrow Upon Trent Parish Council

Serving the people of Barrow Upon Trent

Clerk: Alison Hicklin
Field House Farm, Snelsmoor
Lane, Chellaston, Derbyshire
DE73 6TQ

Tel: 01332 700142

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Barrow Upon Trent Parish Council provides YOUR local services. We strive to make Barrow Upon Trent a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Find local groups and businesses in our community directory. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find what you want or would like to recommend any improvements to our website then please contact us.

Latest News

Spring 2021 Parish News Magazine

Posted: Thu, 08 Apr 2021 09:32 by Alison Hicklin

April 2021 Parish News

New local health apps library to manage your health and wellbeing from home

Posted: Mon, 15 Feb 2021 16:04 by Alison Hicklin

New local health apps library to manage your health and wellbeing from home

Online and digital health and wellbeing services have seen a huge boom in recent years but with thousands of apps out there it can be hard to know what is trustworthy.

That's why Derbyshire County Council has been working in partnership with The Organisation for the Review of Care and Health Apps (ORCHA) to develop a new digital apps library. More »

Health and care professionals and Derbyshire residents can now search and download from 100s of quality assured health and wellbeing apps.

All of the apps on the new library have undergone rigorous checks by ORCHA to ensure that they are of the highest possible quality.

All the apps have been reviewed against over 300 criteria including ease of use, clinical/professional assurance and data and privacy.

Apps include help with mental wellbeing, healthy lifestyles and even long-term condition management.

Visit the new website at derbyshire.orcha.co.uk and search and compare apps for FREE. » Less

Derbyshire Police contact details when calling 101 is a problem

Posted: Mon, 08 Feb 2021 11:18 by Alison Hicklin

Think Digital When Contacting the Police

We are all leading very busy lives at the minute, and we understand that many people don't have the time to wait on the telephone in a queue.

We are therefore increasing our ability to deal with your non-urgent issues online.

You are now able to send us a message to make a report or ask a question, go back to your busy day or night, and we will call you back.

To contact us online, please use our social media channels, forms or live chat function on our website:
💻 Facebook: Send a private message to /DerbyshireConstabulary
💻 Twitter: Send a direct message to @DerPolContact
💻 Website: Visit www.derbyshire.police.uk More »

Our digital contact channels are monitored just as much as our phone lines. They are staffed by real people, not bots, and there are no automated responses. You will speak to one of our Call Handlers who will take the same information and action your report in the same way as they would on the phone.

At the moment, less than 10% of our non-emergency reports are made in this way.

Please use these online channels, and keeping the 101 line free for those who perhaps can't access the internet to contact us.

In the event of an emergency you should always call 999. » Less