News from producers around Derbyshire
Join Fleet Arts this summer for free graffiti workshops for 11-14 year olds on 12 August and for 15 to 19 year olds on 13 August.
A new chef has been appointed at popular Derbyshire farm shop Croots.
Kelvin Guest, who as head chef has worked at establishments that have been listed in The Good Food Guide and the Michelin Guide, has recently joined the team at the farm shop in Wirksworth Road, near Duffield.
Using some of the best local ingredients and produce, Kelvin hopes to boost the culinary reputation of the award-winning farm shop.
We’re looking to recruit a producer to support our next Arts Council funded project The Drum. We would like to work with an ambitious producer who will bring their own strategic ideas to Hubbub with the hope that we can grow the position into a senior role within the company. Hubbub is at a very exciting point of development, thanks to Elevate funding which has had a hugely positive impact on the company.
Students and staff at Derby College Group’s Joseph Wright Centre post-16 Academic and Arts college have raised £1,122 for three charities at their annual RAG week.
A wide range of competitions and activities were organised by students using entrepreneurship skills throughout the week including an animal cuddle station, crystal maze challenge and fairground games.
Derbyshire's Midland Lead has teamed up with Keith Builders Merchants Ltd to sponsor Highland League Football club Turriff United FC, to help prepare them for their upcoming 2019/20 season.
All July our most recent stock of ex-display firsts, seconds and samples are now available to buy in our sale - including Classic Pendants, Chandeliers and more.
LINK HERE TO OUR SALES LIST
It's often helpful to see the lights in the flesh so, if you are in the area, you are welcome to come and browse the pendants in our Derbyshire showroom. Just call ahead to let us know when you would like to pop by.
Marketing Derby managing director John Forkin will be named an Honorary Doctor of Bondholder the University of Derby at a ceremony next week.
The award is made in recognition of his tireless work to get investors to ‘think Derby’ for more than a decade and Marketing Derby’s efforts to generate investment and development in the city for over 12 years, contributing to the creation of over 4600 new local jobs.