What's On At Matlock's Most Creative Of Venues.  

Join us for your monthly fix of Designate! Craft workshops, food and drink as we celebrate the good things in life!

Local Smedley Street resident Lis Bailey-Bowler will be hosting The Mighty Quiz (https://www.facebook.com/events/158210758137545/) here on the 9th Feb. A great evening for a great cause, raising much needed funds to help Alzheimer's Research UK. Tickets are £5 pp and teams of 2-6 are ideal. Contact us (http://designateatthegate.co.uk/contact-us/) if you would like to bring a team.http://designateatthegate.co.uk/online-shop/

February is the month of love and we are all for celebrating that here at Designate. Our workshop is stocked with Valentine goodies. All our gifts are handmade on site and can be personalised with names and dates for a truly original present. SHOP FOR GIFTS HERE! (http://designateatthegate.co.uk/online-shop/)

Join us 16th - 18th Feb for our 'Love Life Jamboree!' 

As usual there will be all the Designate shenanigans over our Jamboree weekend. Home cooked food, well stocked bar, new products (featuring old maps,) craft workshops and free film all within our home from home setting. It's a great opportunity to meet up with friends and family.


Our usual Thursday craft workshops are having to be moved to Wednesday 14th this month due to an all day booking for a seminar hosted by Marketing Peak District. (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/selling-assertiveness-skills-made-easy-tickets-42078120792?aff=es2) Click on the image above for details of both workshops and to book your place.

Some old favourites make a welcome return to our February menu. A hearty pot, a healthy pot and even a fishy in a dishy pot! Lighter meals are also available so there's something to suit all tastes and ages. Thornbridge beers will be on the bar together with a love themed cocktail!


Kids craft workshops will run at the usual times on Friday 16th and are a great opportunity to have some creative fun and a break from all things electronic!

Refreshments included.

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