Midland Lead and Glenbuild have been announced finalists in the RCI Pitched Roofing Awards 2019 for the
We are celebrating National Customer Service Week with the announcement that Midland Lead has become a member of The Institute of Customer Service.
For 13 consecutive years, Derby has hosted a folk extravaganza with people from all over the country travelling to enjoy the musical delights in the city. Co-produced by Derby LIVE and PR Productions, 2019 saw a change from the usual festival format to the creation of Derby Folk Weekender which took place in venues surrounding the city’s market place. The programme was jam-packed with music, dance acts and fringe activities from Friday to Sunday.
National Baby Swimming Week, which runs from 13-19 October, aims to raise awareness of how much swimming can positively impact on a baby’s development both physically and psychologically, allowing them the opportunity to reach key milestones sooner.
At Midland Lead, we know that our most valuable assets are the people who work here. As a family-owned business, our employees are at the heart of everything we do.
Teaching Assistants from schools across Derbyshire have completed their Level 4 Award as a Higher Level Teaching Assistant.
They studied from November 2018 to June 2019 at the Derby College Group (DCG) in the Academy of Professional Education, Training and Development. In September their achievement was recognised at an awards ceremony at the Roundhouse.
More than 250 students from Derby College Group (DCG) Broomfield Hall college have joined a campaign to raise awareness and money so that a local five-year-old girl can have specialist treatment to save her life.
Audrina Hatton-Wright , who is fighting a rare childhood cancer called neuroblastoma, needs £200,000 worth of specialist treatment that is not available on the NHS to win her battle for life.
Derby College Group (DCG) has launched a special toolkit to help students recognise triggers to mental health issues and better manage their own well-being.
A popular restaurant at DCG’s Roundhouse Technical and Professional Skills college in Derby’s Pride Park is re-opening to the public with a series of monthly themed nights and Sunday lunches.
The Engine Shed restaurant is a training kitchen and restaurant for a wide range of full time students, apprentices and adults attending part time or short courses.
The next round of Matinee screenings are under way. Please pass this on to anyone you know living with dementia, their friends, family and carers.