In response to COVID-19, Bondholder the University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust, as a partnership of health and social care employers, is further developing its temporary and volunteer workforce with willing, suitably skilled and experienced people, so that they can work either on the frontline or in another capacity.
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Vehicle leasing specialists Motion Vehicles have joined forces with specialist child exploitation charity Safe and Sound to support its work across Derbyshire.
Motion Vehicles, based in Hilton, has pledged support for the charity in a number of ways including donating vehicles at the end of their life through the national ‘Giveacar’ scheme; working with partners and members of the public locally who want to do the same; as well as donating to the charity in return for referrals to them for vehicle leasing agreements.
Here at Marketing Derby, as with all SMEs, we are doing our best to navigate the unprecedented challenges posed by Covid-19.
We will continue to operate over the coming weeks and months but there will be some fundamental changes to our activity.
We are following advice on reducing contact and social distancing whenever possible in order to protect our team, business colleagues, Bondholders and the wider community.
The East Midlands 2020 Business Masters Awards, celebrating the achievements of the region’s most innovative, ambitious and successful companies, crowned Bondholders Frontline Recruitment, Morley Hayes, Pattonair, Ward and
Marketing Derby has launched a new magazine to showcase the creativity and success of business in Derby and Derbyshire.
Innovate brings together stories aimed at three key markets, Bondholders, businesses and investors.
A new brand identity has been revealed by the recently merged Wesco Aircraft and Bondholder Pattonair - the new company will be called Incora™.
The new company is one of the world’s leading providers of comprehensive supply chain management services to the aerospace, defence and other industries.
Following the unfortunate cancellation of our concert ‘A Little Night Music’ that was due to take place this week at Derby Cathedral, Sinfonia Viva is launching ‘A Little Live Music’ coming to Facebook this Wednesday.
Featuring members of our orchestra, these will be short personal performances from that will be premiered on Facebook every Wednesday at 8pm.
In response to the Government’s latest guidance concerning the COVID-19 virus, and in the best interests of our visitors and staff, Derby LIVE regret to announce that our events programme will not be going ahead for at least the next 12 weeks.
We are working with event organisers to postpone as many as possible, and to reschedule new dates as soon as we can. Here is a list of everything affected. We will update this list when new information becomes available.
City centre events:
Following the advice from yesterday evening, we have decided to close our shop at the Barn. We will be open today (Tuesday 24th March) 10 to 2 for people to collect their orders, and if anyone would like any of our fresh stock we will be selling it off between those times.
We will continue to be available for deliveries Monday to Friday, with fresh stock and will adapt this for NHS and essential workers. We will post updated order forms with more items available including fresh meat, pies, eggs, bacon, cheese, milk,etc.
In response to the government’s latest advice regarding the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, we have taken the decision today to close all of our museum sites to the public with effect from Wednesday 18 March 2020, until it is safe for us to re-open. This closure applies to all of our sites at the Museum & Art Gallery, Pickford's House and the Silk Mill.