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Artisan and Makers Market at Dronfield Hall Barn

Join us for our first Artisan Market at Dronfield Hall Barn, featuring a variety of locally made crafts and products for sale. With the festive season just around the corner, this is a fantastic opportunity to get started on the Christmas shopping! There will be stalls in the Barn gallery courtyard and exhibition room with everything available from jewellery to stained glass to children's clothing!

Saturday 14th and Sunday

15th October

11am until 4pm 

Facebook announces the launch of fundraising tools for not for profit organisations (UK)

Social Media giant Facebook has announced the launch of its non-profit fundraising tools in the UK and 15 other countries across Europe. Beginning in late September, Facebook will start testing fundraising tools in five countries including the UK, Ireland, France, Germany and Spain. In early October it'll expand the test to: Italy, Poland, The Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Portugal, Denmark, Austria, Finland and Luxembourg.

Stroppy Workshoppy Fun with Babbling Vagabonds

Little princes and princesses can look forward to plenty of fun during the October half term with the Babbling Vagabonds. The theatre company will be holding Stroppy Workshoppy workshops from Monday 23 to Saturday 28 October at two different locations in the city.

We Are the Lions, Mr. Manager!

Wed 1 Nov, 7:30pm

Derby LIVE’s Guildhall Theatre

Derby LIVE is proud to announce that We Are the Lions, Mr. Manager!, starring Medhavi Patel, will be visiting Derby LIVE’s Guildhall Theatre on Wednesday 1 November.

City Businessmen Complete Cycle Challenge

Four Derby businessmen have raised more than £5,000 for a leading autism charity after cycling 220 miles non-stop from Manchester to London in 17 hours.

Mark Richardson from BB&J Commercial, Karl Paling from Stimulating Minds design agency, Mark Sheldrick from Mark Douglas Industrial Supplies and wealth management consultant James Kingswood from St James Place are all keen cyclists and regularly train together.

They joined nearly 200 other riders, including Olympian Sir Bradley Wiggins, in the annual  Manchester to London challenge.

Derby Folk Festival Takes To the Rooftops For Unique Performance

Four musicians from Derby-based East Midlands’ orchestra Sinfonia Viva will play a special commission from the 212 foot high Tudor tower at Derby Cathedral on Saturday October 7 as part of the Derby Folk Festival.

The first 15 minute performance will start after the Smith of Derby carillon plays its midday tune on the oldest working set of ten bells in the world and will then be repeated after the hour is chimed at 3pm and 5pm.

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