The Historic Georgian Derbyshire Market Town of Ashbourne lies in the lovely valley of the Henmore on the southern edge of the Peak District. It has a population of approximately 7,800 people. It is famous for its Royal Shrovetide Football Match which is played throughout the town on Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday.
The Mayor of Ashbourne, Cllr Denise Brown, is fundraising for her chosen charity, Mind. Please see the picture for full details of this latest fundraising mission, and click on the link to donate if you are able to
Derbyshire library service has two mobile libraries with a lift for wheelchair users and people with mobility problems.
The routes these mobile libraries will be taking, up until 20th April 2018 are as follows:
The consultation on Ashbourne’s Neighbourhood Plan has now ended. To view the plan please visit http://www.ashbourneplan.org/
Need help knowing which Council to contact? Take a look at the link on our Directory page to find out whether you need to contact the Town, District or County Council.
Our Ashbourne guided walks are beginning again from Friday 04th May, beginning from the Visitor Information Centre at 11am. These guided walks are a FREE event, and last approximately an hour, taking you through Ashbourne to learn about the history & heritage of the Town & its buildings. Places are limited, so to book […]
We are now selling the tickets for this years Ashbourne Festival, taking place from 22nd June – 8th July in locations across Ashbourne. For full details of events & ticket prices, see our events page: http://www.ashbournetowncouncil.gov.uk/events/
Thinking of a venue for a party this year? Looking for a venue for your wedding ceremony? Are you a sporting group, like to play badminton, or simply want a space to meet? Then look no further than Ashbourne Town Hall. Rooms are available for hire including office and meeting space if desired, at competitive […]
Ashbourne is the perfect place to begin and end your adventures