News from producers around Derbyshire
The first Autumn Edition of Derby Book Festival begins this Friday and includes ten author events between Friday 25th to Sunday 27th October. The Festival includes a range of the most popular genres: politics, thrillers and biography.
One event is already sold out: the Closing Event with Raynor Winn talking about her Costa Prize nominated memoir, The Salt Path on Sunday 27 October.
Highlights of this year’s Autumn Edition Festival will include:
The Pump Room Tuesday 19 November
2pm – The Devonshire Dome or 6pm – The Pump Room
Buxton Crescent Trust warmly invite you to a free one hour presentation as part of their Arts Council programme of events which celebrate Buxton’s water and the reopening of The Crescent.
Buxton Crescent Trust warmly invite artists and photographers to a free presentation and networking event as part of their Arts Council programme of events which celebrate Buxton’s water and the reopening of The Crescent.
Bondholder business owners and key stakeholders from across the city are throwing their support behind plans for the regeneration of Becketwell.
An outline planning application has been submitted by Leeds-based developer St James Securities, comments on the scheme are being accepted and businesses are backing the plans.
New research has been published by Bondholder the University of Derby ranking Derby and Derbyshire’s top 200 most successful businesses.
The league table, compiled on behalf of the Derby Telegraph by academics from the university’s Business School, shows the biggest contributors to the region’s economy.
Derby-based Hygiene Services Group (HSG) have confirmed its eighth consecutive year of support for trophy-winning Spondon Cricket Club.
HSG initially supported the club in Locko Road by supplying the innovative Ureco water conservation system and providing washroom services for the clubhouse as part of SCC’s commitment to improving its environmental credentials.
The relationship has since developed to HSG being the club’s main sponsor.
The world-famous Lloyd’s building in London’s main financial district is the latest to reap the environmental benefits and cost savings of an innovative washroom water conservation system developed by Derby-based Hygiene Services Group (HSG).
The 14-storey Grade I listed building, is home to the iconic Lloyd’s of London insurance institution with hundreds of people based there.
Dr Ben Lamb, with the help of the ‘lab’ – Bagheera – explores the history and impact of TV crime drama from Dixon of Dock Green to Happy Valley at this year’s Repton Literary Festival (25 – 27 October).
Top crime writers, actors and academics are planning a heist at this year’s Repton Literary Festival this October. They will take over part of the three day event to explore everything that is good about British crime drama.