Buxton's historic Pavilion Gardens will open again from Wednesday 1 February as planned, the Borough Council has announced.
Some of the country's loveliest heritage buildings are to be found in the High Peak but keeping them looking that way can be a costly business.
The Council will be setting its budget for 2017/18 in February. Part of this process involves updating the Medium Term Financial Plan for the next four years and we want to hear your views on our proposals.
Residents in the High Peak are bucking national trends when it comes to recycling their household waste.
Work to improve the safety of a popular children's play area in Harpur Hill is now complete.
Willy Wonka isn't the only one handing out golden tickets this Christmas - as three lucky recipients from Gamesley can testify.
Christmas is always a busy time in the High Peak and the shopping, decorating our homes and seasonal socialising can mean that recycling or reusing waste slips down our list of priorities.
Littering and dog fouling can blight neighbourhoods but keeping communities clean and tidy is something we can all achieve with just a little thought.
Find out when our offices and contact centre will be open over the festive period. Don't forget that you can pay bills, report problems to us, apply for services, and find information using our website!
Christmas in a new home is set to be more than just a dream for the new residents of Belvedere Terrace in Buxton now that work to convert the building into eleven flats is complete.
We've been working hard to make sure our site meets the needs of our residents, businesses and customers and we hope you'll agree that it's now much easier to carry out business with us and to find the information you're looking for
High Peak Borough Council has announced some changes to the facilities at Buxton's Pavilion Gardens this winter as part of a wider project to look at new and innovative ways of delivering services at the historic complex alongside the town's other significant heritage features, such as the Crescent.
Glossop market arcade shop tenants, indoor and outdoor market traders are being invited to meet the Council to discuss plans for renovating the town's heritage halls.
Keen allotmenteers in Glossop have been given the green light to get growing as two new sites open their gates to residents who have been patiently waiting to get their hands dirty.
Buxton's fun fair has been an integral part of the town's summer carnival for over thirty years now and the Council wants to hear what local people think of this colourful annual spectacle.
Plans to create a thriving arts scene in Glossop and return the town's historic heritage buildings to public use are moving forward with the borough's leading councillors due to discuss proposals this week.
A life-long commitment to public service has led to a Simmondley man becoming an Honorary Freeman of the Borough.
Tourism contributed almost £235 million to the High Peak's economy and supported almost 3,400 jobs in 2015 according to the latest figures.
On-going support for the families and carers of older people and dementia patients should be at the heart of proposed changes aimed at providing joined-up healthcare closer to people's homes in North Derbyshire.
Gamesley's first golden ticket winners are celebrating after winning £50 for being champion recyclers.
VisitEngland's former Chief Executive James Berresford has been appointed Chair of the Buxton Crescent and Thermal Spa Heritage Trust.