A '5 Ways to Wellbeing' small grants scheme is now available and applications are welcome from community and voluntary groups/organisations, not for profit groups and registered charities delivering services in Erewash.
23 - 24 November 2019, Lea Green, Derbyshire
A Potting Shed event for therapists, counsellors and mental health professionals; offering a creative weekend exploring death, loss and grief, its implications for work and impact on self-care. Facilitated by Bethan Baëz-Devine & Sharon Herriot, experienced Art Psychotherapists and passionate trainers who will provide you with a safe, nurturing and containing space.
Active Derbyshire and Derbyshire County Council have been working together to look at how physical activity can support the lives of children in care and their carers. An Active Fostering Workshop will be held on Wednesday, July 17 at Coney Green Business Centre in Clay Cross from 1.30pm to 4pm; it is to explore how children in care and their carers can better access physical activity .
Are you over 55, friendly, enthusiastic and passionate about creativity? There are several opportunities to work with City Arts on two arts projects aimed at engaging people aged 55+. They are looking for people who have an interest in the arts and ‘creative ageing’ and are asking you to commit a small amount of your time until 2021.
If you are interested in this project by Derbyshire photographer Tony Fisher, you may like to visit his Facebook page for the project:
There is a new Building Better Opportunities (BBO) website which promotes three projects in the D2N2 area ( Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire) which aim to promote social inclusion, challenge long-term unemployment and empower socially excluded people.
Junction Arts are hosting a day of family arts workshops on the 7th August. This workshop is designed for adults and children to take part in together; make a beautiful decoupage lantern with expert guidance and support arts and culture in Chesterfield.
No experience needed, all equipment provided and refreshments and snacks supplied!
Tickets for adults are £10 and children £5, all money goes towards Junction Arts’ mission of bringing high quality arts and culture to everyone.
A Derby City Council organisation which works to inspire young people to aim higher and achieve their potential held its first event to celebrate young people’s progress, schools’ commitment and local businesses’ support.
Enterprise for Education (E4E) is a not-for-profit partnership between Derby City Council and key local businesses.
It brings employers into city schools to provide inspiration and share real-world careers experience through personal mentoring, mock interviews, career search support, careers events and industry visits.