Construction and Horticulture students at Derby College have contributed to the creation of a memorial garden at Heanor Miners’ Welfare which was recently unveiled.
The Fair is back this Thursday (27th), Friday (28th) and Saturday (29th)! On Saturday the Fairground Model show returns to No28 with miniature working models whizzing and whirring. There's fairground art and artefacts, the history of Belper Fair, books to buy and the lovely No28 cafe... good fun for all ages!
Did you know that Proctor's Fair has been coming to Belper for over a 100 years!
With much regret, Cinema For All announces that due to the planned RMT strikes on 5 November, the 2022 Community Cinema Conference and Film Society of the Year Awards are postponed to 25 and 26 February 2023.
Lawrence Lek presents ‘Nepenthe (Summer Palace Ruins Edition)’, an architectural installation and video game revolving around the ruins of Beijing’s Old Summer Palace. This installation is part of his ongoing open-world game ‘Nepenthe’, which is set on a mysterious island named after the fictional medicine for sorrow from Greek mythology.
Family-owned Wathall’s funeral directors have continued its support for Heritage Wood in Ednaston by contributing towards the sponsorship of their annual illuminated Woodland Walk.
Visitors to the natural woodland and lake over two weekends in November and December can follow a beautiful trail of sparkling lights, see a rainbow of lasers and delight in a musical light show on the lake and then enjoy refreshments and stalls.
Derby College Sports Diploma student Ella Whaley has secured a coveted scholarship to a top USA university which she hopes will pave the way to achieving her goal of becoming a professional golfer.
We were delighted to gather at Markham Vale on Wednesday 12th October 2022 to officially unveil the final 13 figures as part of the Walking Together trail and to celebrate school and community activity through the engagement project ‘10 Years of Walking Together’ supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. The event was attended by relatives, members of the voluntary Markham Vale Heritage Group, sponsors, supporters and local schools.
The Lord Lieutenant of Derbyshire, Mrs Elizabeth Fothergill CBE, has planted two trees to mark Derby College’s contribution to the Queen’s Green Canopy programme.
We were delighted to gather at Markham Vale on Wednesday 12th October 2022 to officially unveil the final 13 figures as part of the Walking Together trail and to celebrate school and community activity through the engagement project ‘10 Years of Walking Together’ supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.