Art Hike has a fabulous day out planned to celebrate 10 years of creative adventures.
Places: Explore the beautiful county of Derbyshire
Derbyshire's beautiful countryside is the reason why millions of visitors descend upon the county every year. There are many more jewels in Derbyshire's crown, with many interesting market towns and villages to explore along with the hundreds of local shops, gardens, stately homes, artists studios and museums to pique your interest.
Derbyshire is also home to historically important places such as the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site and Creswell Crags. Here we help you to discover some of the hidden gems the County has to offer.
Derby and Sandiacre Canal Trust are developing plans to launch boat trips on the River Derwent from Derby city centre.
Initially the trips would run between the Council House steps and the picturesque weir at Darley Abbey.
Moving forward, the full trip would ultimately travel...
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'Colour and Form' is our new exhibition which opens this Saturday, 7 October, at 11.00. It would be great if you can make it for wine and refreshments and some inspirational new work....
A Chesterfield choir celebrate their 80th anniversary with a special performance in the town with professional soloists and orchestra.
Chesterfield Co-operative Choral Society will conclude a year of musical celebration...
Buxton’s heyday in the Edwardian era was a prime example of how Britain’s Age of Decadence changed our country, controversial author and newspaper columnist Simon Heffer will demonstrate at the...
Preparations are well under way for the sixth Belper Arts Festival. It will run from 6 to 28 May 2018.
Already confirmed is the fast growing Arts Trail ( 6...
This year's key note speaker - Ben Foster
Managing Director of the SEO Works, Ben will look at some of the key trends and changes going on...