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North East Derbyshire District Council
2013 Mill Lane
Wingerworth
Chesterfield
Derbyshire
S42 6NG
Telephone 01246 231111

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Fri Mar 24 @11:30AM - 12:30PM
Deep Water Aquacise
Fri Mar 24 @11:30AM - 01:30PM
Lane Swimming (2 Lanes) - Main Pool
Fri Mar 24 @11:30AM - 01:30PM
Lane Swimming (2 Lanes) - Main Pool
Fri Mar 24 @12:30PM - 01:00PM
Otter Pups Lessons - Small Pool
Fri Mar 24 @12:30PM - 01:30PM
Lane Swimming
Fri Mar 24 @12:45PM - 01:30PM
Tiny Tumblers (under 3s)
Fri Mar 24 @ 1:00PM - 01:30PM
Otter Lessons - Small Pool
Fri Mar 24 @ 1:30PM - 02:15PM
Tiny Tumblers (mixed age group)
Fri Mar 24 @ 1:30PM - 02:15PM
Tiny Tumblers (3-5 years)
Fri Mar 24 @ 1:30PM - 03:00PM
General and School Swimming - Main Pool
Fri Mar 24 @ 1:30PM - 04:00PM
General and School Swimming - Small Pool
Fri Mar 24 @ 2:00PM - 03:00PM
Cardio Club
Fri Mar 24 @ 2:15PM - 03:00PM
Tiny Tumblers (3-5 years)
Fri Mar 24 @ 3:00PM - 07:15PM
General Swimming - Main Pool
Fri Mar 24 @ 4:00PM - 04:45PM
Junior Gym
Fri Mar 24 @ 4:00PM - 04:45PM
Gymnastics (Beginners)
Fri Mar 24 @ 4:45PM - 05:30PM
Gymnastics (Beginners)
Fri Mar 24 @ 4:45PM - 05:30PM
Gymnastics (Improvers/Advanced)
Fri Mar 24 @ 5:30PM - 06:15PM
Kettlebells
Fri Mar 24 @ 5:30PM - 06:15PM
G-Cycle
Fri Mar 24 @11:30AM - 12:30PM
Deep Water Aquacise
Fri Mar 24 @11:30AM - 01:30PM
Lane Swimming (2 Lanes) - Main Pool
Fri Mar 24 @11:30AM - 01:30PM
Lane Swimming (2 Lanes) - Main Pool
Fri Mar 24 @12:30PM - 01:00PM
Otter Pups Lessons - Small Pool
Fri Mar 24 @12:30PM - 01:30PM
Lane Swimming
Fri Mar 24 @12:45PM - 01:30PM
Tiny Tumblers (under 3s)
Fri Mar 24 @ 1:00PM - 01:30PM
Otter Lessons - Small Pool
Fri Mar 24 @ 1:30PM - 02:15PM
Tiny Tumblers (mixed age group)
Fri Mar 24 @ 1:30PM - 02:15PM
Tiny Tumblers (3-5 years)
Fri Mar 24 @ 1:30PM - 03:00PM
General and School Swimming - Main Pool
Fri Mar 24 @ 1:30PM - 04:00PM
General and School Swimming - Small Pool
Fri Mar 24 @ 2:00PM - 03:00PM
Cardio Club
Fri Mar 24 @ 2:15PM - 03:00PM
Tiny Tumblers (3-5 years)
Fri Mar 24 @ 3:00PM - 07:15PM
General Swimming - Main Pool
Fri Mar 24 @ 4:00PM - 04:45PM
Junior Gym
Fri Mar 24 @ 4:00PM - 04:45PM
Gymnastics (Beginners)
Fri Mar 24 @ 4:45PM - 05:30PM
Gymnastics (Beginners)
Fri Mar 24 @ 4:45PM - 05:30PM
Gymnastics (Improvers/Advanced)
Fri Mar 24 @ 5:30PM - 06:15PM
Kettlebells
Fri Mar 24 @ 5:30PM - 06:15PM
G-Cycle
Fri Mar 24 @11:30AM - 12:30PM
Deep Water Aquacise
Fri Mar 24 @11:30AM - 01:30PM
Lane Swimming (2 Lanes) - Main Pool
Fri Mar 24 @11:30AM - 01:30PM
Lane Swimming (2 Lanes) - Main Pool
Fri Mar 24 @12:30PM - 01:00PM
Otter Pups Lessons - Small Pool
Fri Mar 24 @12:30PM - 01:30PM
Lane Swimming
Fri Mar 24 @12:45PM - 01:30PM
Tiny Tumblers (under 3s)
Fri Mar 24 @ 1:00PM - 01:30PM
Otter Lessons - Small Pool
Fri Mar 24 @ 1:30PM - 02:15PM
Tiny Tumblers (mixed age group)
Fri Mar 24 @ 1:30PM - 02:15PM
Tiny Tumblers (3-5 years)
Fri Mar 24 @ 1:30PM - 03:00PM
General and School Swimming - Main Pool
Fri Mar 24 @ 1:30PM - 04:00PM
General and School Swimming - Small Pool
Fri Mar 24 @ 2:00PM - 03:00PM
Cardio Club
Fri Mar 24 @ 2:15PM - 03:00PM
Tiny Tumblers (3-5 years)
Fri Mar 24 @ 3:00PM - 07:15PM
General Swimming - Main Pool
Fri Mar 24 @ 4:00PM - 04:45PM
Junior Gym
Fri Mar 24 @ 4:00PM - 04:45PM
Gymnastics (Beginners)
Fri Mar 24 @ 4:45PM - 05:30PM
Gymnastics (Beginners)
Fri Mar 24 @ 4:45PM - 05:30PM
Gymnastics (Improvers/Advanced)
Fri Mar 24 @ 5:30PM - 06:15PM
Kettlebells
Fri Mar 24 @ 5:30PM - 06:15PM
G-Cycle

Data Protection and FOI copy copy

  • Data Protection Open or Close

    The Data Protection Act 1998 promotes a culture of openness and fairness in those who process personal data (data controllers). North East Derbyshire District Council as a data controller complies with the Act. The Access to Data and Information policy outlines how the Council will ensure the public have access to data and information as appropriate. 

    You have the right to:

    • ask the Council if it holds personal information about you

    • ask what the information is used for

    • ask to be given a copy of the information held

    • ask whether the Council discloses your information to others and if so to whom

    • ask the Council to correct, erase or destroy any incorrect data

    • ask the Council not to use personal information about you for direct marketing purposes

    • ask the Council to stop processing which you consider is causing you unwarranted damage or distress

    • seek compensation if you have suffered damage caused by the Council’s contravention of the Act

    To make a subject access request you must apply in writing with:

    • your name and address

    • details of the service(s) holding your personal information

    • any other information (e.g. proof of ID, date of birth, rent or council tax number) that would help the Council identify your information

    • a fee of £10.00 for the provision of the information

    • Fill in the application form here

    The Council will provide help to make the request if you need it.

    Once your request has been received with the fee we will respond within 40 days:

    • telling you whether we hold information about you

    • providing you with copies of the information we hold

    • describing the purposes for which we process your data

    • listing to whom the information may have been disclosed

    • listing the sources of the information (if available)

    All enquiries including Subject Access Requests should be addressed to the Data Protection Officer. For further information on how to make a Subject Access Request including advice, template letters etc, please visit The Information Commissioner's website. Or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

     

  • Freedom of Information Open or Close

    The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act 2000 was introduced to promote a culture of openness and accountability in public authorities, by providing people with rights of access to information held by such authorities.  Anyone asking for information has the right to:

    • be told whether the information exists (except for absolute exemptions where we do not have to confirm or deny whether we have the information).

    • receive the information (unless it is exempt)

    • receive the information in the form requested (where possible).

    Our Access to Information Policy sets out how we will comply with the following Acts – Data Protection Act 1998, Freedom of Information Act 2000 and Environmental Information Regulations 2004. Under the FOI Act 2000, all local authorities have to produce a Publication Scheme. This is a directory of information and publications that we already make available, so before you ask for any information, you should check whether it is included in our Publication Scheme.

    How do I request information?

    A lot of information, often referred to as 'business as usual' requests is routinely available and all you have to do is contact the relevant section or department for the information you need. If you are not sure whether the information is already available, or who to contact, check the Publication Scheme.

    For information which is not routinely made available, then you are asked to put your request in writing. This can be a by:

    • Letter: Freedom of Information, NEDDC, 2013 Mill Lane, Wingerworth, Chesterfield, S42 6NG
    • This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    It will help the Council identify FOI requests if you state “Freedom of Information” at the top of your correspondence.  You do not have to tell us why you want the information, but it may help us to find exactly what you want if you do.

    The Council has to respond to these requests within 20 working days.

    For information which is not routinely made available, then you are asked to put your request in writing. This can be a by:

    • Letter: Freedom of Information, NEDDC, 2013 Mill Lane, District Council Offices, Wingerworth, Chesterfield, S42 6NG

    • This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    It will help the Council identify FOI requests if you state “Freedom of Information” at the top of your correspondence.  You do not have to tell us why you want the information, but it may help us to find exactly what you want if you do.

    The Council has to respond to these requests within 20 working days.

    Will I be charged for information?

    For information included in our Publication Scheme you may be charged for the cost of any photocopying, printing and posting of copies of the relevant document(s). The Publication Scheme indicates whether such a charge applies.  However, many documents can be obtained free of charge.

    Exemptions

    Under FOI the term ‘exemption’ means, in short, a reason under the legislation to not release information.  There are two ‘exemption’ categories:

    Absolute exemptions - These are unquestionable exemptions under which we are not allowed to provide the information.  This could include, for example, court records and personal information that would come under the Data Protection Act.

    Qualified exemptions - This category is subject to a public interest test.  This is where the Council will look at whether the balance of public interest is weighted in favour of giving out the information requested.  Where the release of information is in the public’s interest then the information will be provided.  This category covers areas such as law enforcement and health and safety.

    We will tell you why we have turned down the request, quoting any relevant exemptions.  You then have a right of appeal:

    • The initial complaint is under our Complaints Procedure.  In regards to complaints about a Freedom of Information Act request or Environmental Information Regulation requests – these are referred to as ‘Internal Reviews.’
    • If, after the appeal to the Council, you are still dissatisfied then you can ask the Information Commissioner to review the decision. The Information Commissioner's Office is the Government department that oversees and enforces FOI (i.e. the ‘watchdog’ body).

    Re-use of Public Sector Information

    A European Directive came into force on 1st July 2005 which allows people to apply to re-use public information held by public bodies (including this Council).  The directive does not provide access to the information itself.  Information needs to be sought under information regimes such as Freedom of Information Re-use means using the information received for a purpose other than the purpose for which the information was originally produced (including commercial purposes). Guidance on the re-use of information explains how you can make a request to re-use information and how we deal with requests.

    For more information please visit the Information Commissioner’s Office website http://ico.org.uk

  • National Fraud Initiative Open or Close

    We are required by law to protect the public funds we administer.

    We may share information provided to us with other bodies responsible for auditing or administering public funds, in order to prevent and detect fraud.

    The Audit Commission appoints the auditor to audit the accounts of this authority. It is also responsible for carrying out data matching exercises.

    Data matching involves comparing computer records held by one body against other computer records held by the same or another body to see how far they match. This is usually personal information. Computerised data matching allows potentially fraudulent claims and payments to be identified. Where a match is found it indicates that there is an inconsistency which requires further investigation. No assumption can be made as to whether there is fraud, error or other explanation until an investigation is carried out.

    The Audit Commission currently requires us to participate in a data matching exercise to assist in the prevention and detection of fraud. We are required to provide particular sets of data to the Audit Commission for matching for each exercise, and these are set out in the Audit Commission's guidance.

    The use of data by the Audit Commission in a data matching exercise is carried out with statutory authority under its powers in Part 2A of the Audit Commission Act 1998. It does not require the consent of the individuals concerned under the Data Protection Act 1998.

    Data matching by the Audit Commission is subject to a code of practice.

Data Protection & FOI contacts

  • Tel: 01246 217688
  • Email: 
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