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Saturday 8th February, lunchtime organ recital in Swanwick

Swanwick St. Andrew's Church proudly announce a forthcoming Lunchtime Organ Recital 

Details are:

Date: Saturday 8th February 2020. Light buffet from 12 o'clock: recital is from 12.30 to 2.30pm.

Location: St Andrew's Church, The Green, Swanwick, Derbyshire DE55 1AN.

Event type: Lunchtime organ recital - live music.

Cost: £6.00 including light buffet.

Contact: Mrs. Wendy Butt, 01773 605291.

This Friday! Get your tickets!

Tideswell Theatre presents: RSVP Bhangra in concert, live at the Theatre at FSC, Fountain Square, Tideswell. 7:30pm Fri 17 Jan 2020.

Get ready to party Punjabi-style. Brit-Bhangra greats from Bristol, RSVP Bhangra bring flamboyant showmanship to the high-energy sound of Asian Britain.

A highly 'infectious' (The List), hugely enjoyable and infinitely memorable evening from 'one of the hottest bands on the Bhangra circuit', with many Glastonbury appearances.

Three Kings come to Derby in world Elvis tribute tour

Three of the finest Elvis tribute acts in the world are bringing their world-class show to Derby Arena. Tickets are now on sale from Derby LIVE for the Elvis Tribute Artist World Tour on Saturday 16 May 2020.

Acclaimed tribute stars Shawn Klush, Dean Z and Cody Ray Slaughter have joined forces for an all-American spectacular not to be missed by any Elvis fan across the globe.

The Applications for the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST) Scholarships and Apprenticeships are now open

If you are a talented or aspiring craftsperson you can now apply for @QESTcraft funding of up to £18,000.  QEST has funded craftspeople across more than 150 craft disciplines ranging from millinery to thatching, arms & armour restoration to ice sculpture and basket-weaving to musical instrument making. QEST supports the training and education of talented or aspiring craftspeople and we are looking to share the news of this opportunity as widely as possible.  

Derbyshire High Sheriff Visits Broomfield Hall

Lord Burlington, Derbyshire’s High Sheriff and Chancellor of the University of Derby, has visited Derby College Group’s Broomfield Hall Land-based and Leisure college in Morley to meet students benefiting from higher education programmes.

The countdown has begun!

On Saturday 19th September 2020, the new Museum of Making will open to the public for the very first time, showcasing Derby’s 300-year history of making and celebrating the area’s rich history of innovation.

Located in the Derwent Valley Mills UNESCO World Heritage Site on the site of the world’s first factory - the Derby Silk Mill - the Museum will offer visitors access to all 50,000 objects in its collections.


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