Having a fundraising plan is more important than ever. Keeping focused, on a clear track and even helping you to know when to give you and your colleagues a pat on the back are all outcomes of a good plan. This session will outline the key elements and set you on course to develop a robust, fit for purpose fundraising plan so you feel in control of your fundraising activities.
Foundation Derbyshire is an independent charity, grant maker and philanthropy hub. Since 1996 they’ve been building an endowment fund to provide vital grant awards to voluntary and community groups across the County and City.
This online funding workshop organised by South Derbyshire CVS is 45 minute introduction to Foundation Derbyshire’s range of grant opportunities, arming you with everything you’ll need to apply successfully! This session is perfect for those new to bid writing, new to Foundation Derbyshire or those wanting a recap on how they work.
The team at New Mills Festival hope you enjoyed this years festival and they would love to know what you thought.
New Mills Festival would be grateful if you could complete this short survey. By filling in the survey, you will help the festival team to recognise what events you most enjoyed and what you’d like to see return.
Having feedback from people also helps the festival when they apply for grants, which helps to fund the event and new projects. New Mills Festival is entirely volunteer run. No personal details are collected as part of this survey.
The November Peak Vision Arts showcase takes place in the spacious high street community venue No 89 Market Street, which offers visitors homemade treats in its café.
The weekend event, from Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th November at 10.30-16.00, offers an enjoyable experience with a wide range of original work, maybe a good opportunity to start the Christmas shopping in earnest!
Medley's, a group for local artists and markers, Autumn and Christmas craft shows 2021 will be held at Cromford Mills and Haddon Gatehouse. This years events will mark a five-year celebration of friendship and talent.
The public will be treated to the bringing together of an assortment of ceramics, silver clay, glass, wood, painting, felting, photography and sewing.
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A night of Storytelling for grown ups. The Matlock Storytelling Cafe event brings people together once a month on the first Friday to share stories and tellers from near and far.
In normal circumstances, the event takes place every first Friday at the Imperial Rooms in Matlock, but due to the pandemic, the storytelling cafe has moved online and so that you can zoom the session to your front room!
Buxton International Festival is delighted to announce the final line-up for The Big BIF Weekend (15-16 October), a mini version of its celebrated summer festival with a worldclass roster of books, classical music and jazz.
Derby Theatre are back and they have a new show up their sleeve!
Football and performance go head-to-head to deliver a unique and impassioned live experience about Derby County Football Club, the fans and our city.
The long-awaited and virtually sold out Derby Folk Festival returns as a live event in the heart of the city centre this weekend, from Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd October.
Now in its 15th year, noted artists including O’Hooley and Tidow, Kitty Macfarlane, Ninebarrow, India Electric Co. and Home Service will be joined by some old friends and new faces.
Join the team at Glossop Book Festival, along with Captain Cuthbert and Scat the Cat, for the Candlelight Stories event this autumn!
Broadbottom Primary School pupils and family are encouraged to come along and bring their book character themed decorated pumpkins for the Pumpkin Queen to judge.