We’re delighted to announce that we have received funding from Arts Council England and Garfield Weston for our next project, The Drum.
Although the summer holidays have passed and autumn is knocking on the door, there are still plenty of things to do in Derby.
Join BeatFeet Drumming & Dance Workshops for their Derbyshire-based community wellbeing project 'Djembe Fever'. Children, families and adults can attend drumming and dance workshops for free in various locations across the city and surrounding areas.
BeatFeet is kicking off their project with a series of West African dance workshops, aimed at beginners and also more experienced dancers. Gambian renowned choreographer and teacher, Jokeh Sillah, will be sharing the joy of West African dance, with live djembe drumming to accompany the dance steps.
Each year, Marketing Derby, gives the opportunity for an up-and-coming entrepreneur to receive a complimentary year of Bondholder membership along with local publicity and invitations to must-attend events.
Eat, Drink, Explore is HERE!
We are delighted to launch our new 'Eat, Drink, Explore Peak District & Derbyshire' campaign, giving visitors an appetite for adventure in the area.
One of the country’s top young people’s choirs is now inviting new members (Girls and Boys) to join by coming along at the start of the new term on at 5pm on Tuesday 10th September at the Uniting Church, Whaley Bridge.
mind the gap
This group is aimed at young people experiencing mental health difficulties, please join us to think, talk and make art in a safe and confidential setting.
You'll help us choose the projects, which may include textile collage, designing a mask, self-portraiture, and creating a puppet.
Run by a qualified experienced Art Teacher and volunteer.
18th / 25th Sept/ / 2nd /9th/ 16th/23rd Oct
1.30 – 3.30pm
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO HELP AT LANTERN WORKSHOPS
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Derbys Finest - a group which aims to inspire, celebrate and support women across the county - is planning an event as part of its commitment to support female leaders of the future.
The group will hold its first professional development session at the University of Derby Law School in Agard Street on Monday October 28.
Open to women from all industry and community sectors, the three-hour event will include sessions on leadership and mentoring as well as opportunities to network with fellow attendees.