Below are some of the facilities that we provide at Tibself Parish Council

Outside of Tibshelf Village Hall

Village Hall

The Parish Council office is situated in the Village Hall and is open from 8:30am to 2:30pm Monday to Wednesday

The hall is available for hire for all your celebratory needs – Children’s Parties, Weddings, Birthdays, Anniversaries – whatever you are celebrating.

If you would like to read more about the village hall, please go to our page for more information.

Shetland Road Recreation Ground

Recreation Ground

Shetland Road Recreation Ground is a lovely multi-use open area. Tibshelf Football Club has its home ground here and Blackwell and District Striders Athletics Club uses this as its base all year round. We have a recently refurbished pavilion with excellent changing facilities and a separate meeting/small event room with its own toilets and kitchen facilities.  We are hoping to attract a cricket club to the ground over the summer months.

The ground boasts a large children’s play area as well as some newly installed outdoor fitness equipment.

Tibshelf Carnival is held on the Recreation Ground each July and we have also hosted a caravan Club over the past couple of years.

Shetland Road Play Area

Play Areas

There is currently one play area in the parish managed by Tibshelf Parish Council. This is at the Shetland Road Recreation Field.

The Parish Council pay for someone to lock and unlock gates at the play area as well as the Cemetery to try and minimise problems after dark.

Trowl and Vegetables


The Parish Council lease out the allotment area to the Tibshelf Allotment Association who run and manage the hire of the allotments.

St John the Baptist's Church

Tibshelf Cemetery

The churchyard at St John the Baptist Church has been closed for new burials for several years and its maintenance has been transferred to Bolsover District Council.

Tibshelf Parish Council established the Tibshelf Parish Cemetery at Doe Hill Lane in the early 1990s and continue to manage and maintain it.

Hanging Basket with Purple and Pink flowers

Hanging Baskets

The Parish Council provide hanging baskets throughout the parish and boundary planters at all entrances to the village.

Sponsorship for the baskets and the planters are invited each year.

Parade passing the war memorial

Remembrance Sunday

The Parish Council work with the Revd Gill Manley at St John the Baptist Church and finance the cost of providing a marching band for the Remembrance Day parade.

Church with Christmas Lights


The Parish Council provide a large real Christmas Tree in the centre of the village on the green opposite the shops on High Street, as well as trees on the majority of commercial properties throughout the village (with the proprietors’ permissions!) during the Christmas Season.

They also arrange a Christmas Market, a Christmas Event with a Santa’s grotto for the children and a Christmas Carol Concert.

Red dog waste bin

Dog Waste Bins

The Parish Council have over the years arranged for dog bins to be installed at these listed places.

We encourage all dog owners to be responsible and pick up after their dogs.

Free dog foul bags can be collected from the Parish Council office.

Dog Waste Bin Locations

Alfreton Road

  1. Opposite Gloves Lane
  2. Adjacent to Junior school car park

Chesterfield Road

  1. Junction with Hawthorne Ave

Doe Hill Lane

  1. Doe Hill Country Park

Hardwick Street

  1. Stile adjacent to footpath

High Street

  1. Opposite Hardwick Street
  2. Junction with Church Lane
  3. Outside village hall

Lincoln Street

  1. Outside 36 Brooke Street

Mansfield Road

  1. Adjacent M1 bridge

Newton Road

  1. Public footpath entrance

Shetland Road

  1. Junction with Sunny Bank
  2. Junction with Chestnut Grove

Station Road

  1. Adjacent Five Pits Trail

Sunny Bank

  1. Junction with Elm Tree Row, Tibshelf ponds

Vicar Lane

  1. Junction with Lincoln Street/Lincoln Close
Yellow Grit Salt bin

Grit Bins

The Parish Council participate in the Snow Warden Scheme, working in partnership with Derbyshire County Council to try and manage the clearing of the main walkways in the parish during snowfall. We have to be realistic as to how much can be done and try and concentrate on the main thoroughfares – ie those around the shops, High Street bus stops and doctors.

We very much rely on our resident’s neighbourliness in trying to help one another on the side roads. We do our best to keep the grit bins topped up.

We would remind everyone that the grit in the grit bins is not for personal use on drives house paths etc: – this is for the benefit of all residents and should only be used on the public footpaths and roads.

Grit Bin Locations

1  Monsal Crescent

2  West View

3  West View

4  Brook Street Car Park

5  St Thomas

6  Staffa Drive

Staffa Drive

8  Meadow Close

9  Alfreton Road

10  Fox Croft