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Transport and streets


Highways consultation update - September 2015

Following the Public Meeting hosted by the Parish Council and the Council meeting on 2nd September 2015, Hayfield Parish Council want to work with Derbyshire County Council in order to improve road safety within Hayfield and Little Hayfield and to improve the overall health, safety and well-being of local people and visitors. The Parish Council resolved to recommend to Derbyshire County Council the measures outlined below as the first phase of planned improvements and have requested DCC to consider them for prompt implementation:

Fishers Bridge (see diagram below):

  • Bollards on the north side of the junction to prevent anti-social parking and to improve sightlines into Church Street for vehicles entering the village.
  • Yellow Lines on both sides of the junction and opposite, to improve sightlines of vehicles entering the village on the approach to Church Street. The lines opposite the junction would also improve safety for vehicles entering Church Street from Highgate Road who, especially when turning left to exit the village, have no sightline of oncoming traffic, into whose path they are forced out.
Highways consultation update - September 2015

Hayfield car park:

  • Prominent signing which directs visitors from all approaches to the existence and position of the Car Park in the Bus Station area.
  • In addition, the Parish Council has expressed an interest in being considered for the DCC scheme for 20 mph zones.
  • The Parish Council would also like to see regular, high profile enforcement of existing traffic restrictions.

Little Hayfield:

  • Yellow lines (approx. 3 car lengths) to improve sightlines of traffic travelling north (towards Glossop).
  • The council also expressed support for off-road parking proposals (Throstle Farm) - and will make formal contact directly with the National Trust to discuss the possibility of improving access should the scheme proceed.

We hope that these measures will receive your support and that working together we can implement them as soon as possible.


Highways and traffic

General information

The following web sites include a wide range of information on transport and streets in the Hayfield area:

Snow and ice

Hayfield Parish Council has a supply of grit, which will be used to top up local grit bins throughout the winter, as long as supplies last. Additional grit bins in the Hayfield area are maintained by Derbyshire County Council.

Please note: The grit in grit bins is for public roads and pavements only. If you take grit or salt for use on private property you could be prosecuted for theft.

Further information is available on Derbyshire County Council's 'Snow Info' page.

Hayfield Parish Council is not responsible for the content in external web sites.


Public transport

The following bus services stop at Hayfield bus station:

  • 61 (Buxton - New Mills - Glossop) - operated by High Peak Buses: Timetable (opens in a new window)
  • 62 (Chapel - Hayfield - New Mills - Marple) - operated by High Peak Buses: Timetable (opens in a new window)
  • 62A (Hayfield - Thornsett - New Mills - Marple) - operated by High Peak Buses: Timetable (opens in a new window)
  • 64 (Macclesfield - Rainow - New Mills - Hayfield - Glossop) - operated by High Peak Buses: Timetable (opens in a new window)
  • 69 / 69A (Hayfield - New Mills - Chapel-en-le-Frith High School) - operated by High Peak Buses: Timetable (opens in a new window)
  • 358 (Glossop - Hayfield - New Mills - Marple - Offerton - Stockport) - operated by Stagecoach: Timetable (opens in a new window)

Hayfield Parish Council is not responsible for the content in external web sites.

The bus timetables linked from this page are available for download in PDF (Portable Document Format) and require the Adobe Reader to be displayed or printed. The Adobe Reader is availabe from the Adobe web site (opens in a new window).

Combined transport journey planners for the East Midlands and North West regions, including Hayfield, are available at these Traveline web sites:

The following web sites include a wide range of information on public transport serving the Hayfield area:

Hayfield Parish Council is not responsible for the content in external web sites.


We are in the process of compiling additional information for this web site, specific to the Hayfield and surrounding region. If you would like us to consider any information for inclusion in this site, please submit details via the contact page.