Snow is the next Chapter of Voices from the Peak from Derbyshire Poet Mark Gwynne Jones, which helps celebrate the Peak District National Parks 70th anniversary this year. It is just under 30 mins in length so sit back with a warming drink and enjoy.
Derbyshire author Leonie Martin is offering a choice of two February dates on Zoom for her latest online Writing for Wellbeing workshop on the theme of HOPE: Wednesday 3rd February 11:00-13:00 and Saturday 6th February 11:00-13:00.
Bestselling writers Roz Watkins and Sophie Draper’s Wednesday night writing course via Zoom ‘How to Write a Gripping Commercial Novel’ Is now full.
The Writing Ambitions Celebration Panel Event on 8th February, 5.30 pm to 6.30 pm is now open for bookings https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/writing-ambitions-celebration-panel-event-tickets-137588973323.
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A Derbyshire poet is releasing the second chapter of an ‘audio artwork’ celebrating this year’s 70th Anniversary of the Peak District National Park (PDNP).
Mark Gwynne Jones is the creator of Voices From The Peak, a project celebrating the diverse sounds and stories of the Peak District. The eagerly awaited Chapter 2: Snow! will be released on 13 January.
Communications technology provider EVAD has revealed it is to relocate to Derby – the city in which its chief executive has lived in all his life.
Next month, the company will relocate from Burntwood, near Cannock, in Staffordshire, bringing around 40 staff, to the CUBO Derby serviced offices complex, in Victoria Street, which is owned by property firm Staton Young.
IT students at Derby College Group’s Joseph Wright Centre are working with a local marketing agency to develop the broader skills they will need in their future careers.
They are working virtually alongside the team at Koobr who are based in Friar Gate and specialise in branding, graphic design, website and digital marketing services for a wide range of local, regional and national clients.
A fundraising campaign to secure the future of Sing Viva – the two Derbyshire carers’ choirs set up by Sinfonia Viva, the East Midlands’ professional orchestra – has reached its target.
A fantastic response from members of the public has led to a donations total of £1,800 which has been matched by a generous benefactor.
Plans are now being made for a return to the free group sessions in Derby and Chesterfield as well as potential public performances when allowed.