Cromford-based storytelling company, Adverse Camber, are sharing a series of super-short story and stargazing moments over on their Facebook and YouTube channels every Tuesday and Friday at 8pm during the summer.
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Derbyshire author Leonie Martin is offering a choice of four September dates on Zoom for her latest Writing for Wellbeing workshop
Derbyshire author Leonie Martin is offering a choice of four September dates on Zoom for her latest Writing for Wellbeing workshop on the theme of Kindness. All four workshops will include the same engaging writing activities and an opportunity to share your work within a safe and relaxing ‘virtual’ space. You’ll need access to Zoom along with writing materials. Early booking is advised as the number of places has been reduced to suit the online environment.
Tune in at 3.00pm (BST)
Tuesday 18th August
W.M. Hunt presents The Unseen Eye
Two more LoveLit online writing workshops are now open for bookings. Writing Ghost Stories with Alex Davis on the evening of 8th October and Submitting to Agents with Sophie Draper on the morning of 17th October. Booking essential on Eventbrite. Tickets cost £12-£14, for more details or to book please visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/derbyshire-arts-service-15254148784
Dandelion is a striking exhibition of paintings by artist Ed Burkes, winner of the eighth Jonathan Vickers Fine Art Award. This body of new work has been inspired by the people, heritage and landscape of Derbyshire.
Opens Friday 11 September at the Museum & Art Gallery
Bondholder Rolls-Royce has signed with Virgin Galactic to design engines that would power the world’s first supersonic jet since Concorde was retired in 2003.
Moreover, the Derby-based technology company has also announced an engagement agreement to explore the pairing of one of its propulsion systems with aerospace company Boom Supersonic’s flagship supersonic passenger aircraft, Overture, aiming to build the world’s fastest civil aircraft.
Bondholder Bombardier's merger deal, valued at more than six billion euros, with French company Alstom has received the green light, subject to EU conditions.
The combined Bombardier/Alstom business will create the world’s second largest train manufacturer, with the capacity to take on the top manufacturer, China’s CRRC Corp, and preserves a joint bid with Hitachi for the £2.75 billion contract to build new high-speed trains for HS2.
The Government has agreed a £6.85m investment to help create a new permanent home for the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre on Infinity Park Derby, creating 70 new roles.
A huge new inward investment, creating 4,500 jobs, has been announced today.
The £300m SmartParc - a 140-acre campus on the former Celanese site - will combine world-class food production facilities with shared utilities, amenities and services to provide a highly sustainable production base for food manufacturers.
The announcement has been hailed by city leaders as a “massive boost” to Derby’s post-Covid recovery plan.
I've just launched a writing development programme for UK-based 16-25-year-olds in partnership with RADA and the Royal Society of Chemistry!