Breaston Neighbourhood Watch
We welcome new members and would be delighted if you would like to get involved.
If you are interested please contact Kevin Miller on 07590 453378 or complete the form here.
Erewash Borough Councillor / Breaston Parish Councillor
Derbyshire Rural Safety & Crime Prevention Information
More Information Here
Derbyshire Scam Watch
Concerned about shopping online?
If it looks too good to be true then it probably is!
Visit Derbyshire Citizens Advice Scam Watch here
Report a Speeding Concern
Worried about speeding vehicles? If you have a concern about speed on your road
or in your area, submit details to the CREST (Casualty Reduction Enforcement Support Team) team.
For more information see CREST website
Flood Risk Information and FAQs document for Breaston.
This document has been created by the Environment Agency following flooding events in 2019 & 2020.
Support for residents and businesses affected by flooding.
DCC have made £100,000 available to help residents and businesses affected by the flooding in 2019/20.
Bag it and Bin it!
Will all dog owners please ensure that they pick up after their pets and then dispose of the bagged waste in one of the many dual purpose litter bins in the Parish…… If you see anyone not picking up after their dog please report it on the Erewash Borough Council text service 0779 2701 583
Risley Educational Trust
If you have a place at University you may be able to get some financial help from the Risley Educational Trust
Download an application form
Welcome to Live Life Better Derbyshire and say Yes to a Healthier You!
Have you tried out Derbyshire’s free healthy lifestyles service – Live Life Better Derbyshire?
Live Life Better offers Derbyshire residents free, tailored support to lose weight, stop smoking, get more active and improve your general health and wellbeing. See Derbyshire County Council Website here
Want an electric car but not able to install a charging point?
With the rise in sales of electric cars are you wanting to get one but have nowhere to install a charging point? Take a look at the Co Charger app in the link below.
Are you lucky enough to have a hedge or trees and shrubs on the boundary of your property? If so have you checked to see if it is actually within the curtilage of your property? Very often a hedge is allowed to grow until it creeps over the pavement or highway and becomes a problem for pedestrians and road users trying to get by.
Creeping vegetation reduces pavement width. Are your hedges and trees causing a problem for people trying to use the adjacent pavement or impeding the vision of motorists on a junction? The Parish Council is keen to keep all highways, footpaths and pavements as clear as possible to enable residents to travel easily around and access all areas of the village. We would be grateful if you could take a look and take the necessary action to help us make Breaston a safe place for everyone.
The Breaston Evergreen Club for is for those aged 60 plus. The club meets weekly on a Tuesday at the Methodist Church Hall in Blind Lane, to take part in activities along with occasional guest speakers. For more information contact: Lee Tivey – firstname.lastname@example.org