A NEW INFORMATION HUB FOR THE DERWENT VALLEY
The Derwent Valley's new information and media hub will launch on 24 September from
11:00am with a series of presentations, Q & A's and networking at Number 28, The Market
The programme :
Doors Open 10:45am
DV On Demand Presentation 11:00am Noon 1:00pm 2:00pm 3:00pm 4:00pm
Q & A 11:20am 12:20pm 1:20pm 2:20pm 3:20pm 4:20pm
Networking 11:30am 12:30pm 1:30pm 2:30pm 3:30pm 4:30pm
Doors Close 5:00pm
What is DV On Demand?
DERWENT VALLEY ON DEMAND ( DV On Demand) is an exciting new information and media hub for the Derwent Valley,
incorporating the World Heritage Site from the Silk Mill to Matlock.
“It is generally felt that the Derwent Valley from Derby to Matlock is largely ignored as it falls outside Derby City and
the Peak District,” said George Gunby. “DV On Demand is aiming to shine a light on the valley with a community driven
web site that will encourage visitors and highlight the great things that happen.”
Why On Demand?
The way that we watch and consume media has been revolutionised. We are no longer restricted by programming
schedules. People now expect to watch content when it suits them. The web site will carry podcast videos produced
by the communities which will enable anyone with an internet connection from Alaska to Zimbabwe can see and learn
about the Derwent Valley.
“Whether they are in Allestree, Duffield, Ambergate, Cromford, the Bath or Matlock we'll be encouraging people to
make their own videos,” said George Gunby. “We want potential visitors to see what is available and what a great
place the valley is.”
Everyone with an interest in the Derwent Valley is invited to the launch.
“It is a community based information centre and we want as many people as possible to take part,” said George
Gunby. “Come along on 24 September. You will be made very welcome.”
ATTACHED : DERWENT VALLEY ON DEMAND BROCHURE (pdf) & LOGO (jpeg)
CONTACT : GEORGE GUNBY
DERWENT VALLEY ON DEMAND
31A FIELD LANE, BELPER, DERBYSHIRE DE56 1DD
TEL 07847 478251 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org