Built Environment Working Group

The Built Environment Working Group's aim is to make the village centres more attractive for local people and visitors, to promote Grassmoor and Hasland's existing offer and attract new interest from outside the area from both visitors and inward investment.

In previous year’s the Working Group has linked up with local business and community groups to provide summer flowering displays in Hasland village centre and environmental projects such as the wildflower project to raise awareness about biodiversity, bees and pollination. Since 2018, the Working Group has established an annual programme of events that local residents both look forward to and participate in that help to create a sense of place. These include Grassmoor Village in Bloom, Grassmoor Village in Lights and Christmas Trees on Hasland and Grassmoor High Streets. 2020 has been a most unique and difficult year because of the Covid-19 pandemic but GHBL working groups have continued to deliver their programme wherever it has been possible to do so. The Built Environment Working is no exception and Christmas 2020 will once more see Christmas trees light up and twinkle outside Grassmoor Methodist Church, Hasland Methodist Church and Hasland Working Men’s Club.


If you would like to share your ideas or get involved please contact Dallas Asher or Karin Evangelides Big Local Support Workers.


Grassmoor in Lights Competition

 Grassmoor in Lights had another glittering year, several of the residents brought extra sparkle to the community and lit up their gardens and houses.

The competition results are in!

BUSINESS- First prize; The Sportsman inn. Second prize; The Peak Pharmacy. Third prize; Clare's Cafe.

SportmanClares Cafe    


RESIDENTS- First prize; Maurice Wardle. Second Prize; Joint winners Sandy and Jade, Sean Rowland. Third prize; Sabrina Smith, Sharon Fletcher.

Sean Rowland
Maurice WardleSandy Jade

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