Following the huge success of its first movie night, The Roundhouse Events team based at the historic Roundhouse, Pride Park, are holding two further evenings to celebrate iconic movies ‘Pretty Woman’ and ‘Grease’.
News from producers around Derbyshire
Applications have opened early for the second annual Derby Business Games due to the resounding success of the inaugural event.
The Derby Business Games will be held on June 14 2018 at the University of Derby in Kedleston Road – organised by Derby-based HUUB Events and Timms Solicitors.
A maximum 32 teams of eight can enter and there will be entertainment, food and drink available for spectators who are invited to come along and cheer on their colleagues, family and friends.
Derby Business Games is designed to be a ‘grown up’ version of the school sports day.
Patient health and social care watchdog Healthwatch Derbyshire has teamed up with the county's Good Health Group to better support individuals with learning disabilities.
Healthwatch Derbyshire and the Good Health Group - part of Derbyshire County’s Learning Disability Partnership Board - have developed a poster entitled – STOP – I have a learning disability.
Derby College is keen to hear from former students to further build its Alumni and highlight their career successes to inspire current and future students.
Derby College was formed in January 2002 as a result of a three-way merger – bringing together two former tertiary colleges, Mackworth and Wilmorton and a land-based College, Broomfield Hall.
The achievements of students at the Joseph Wright Campus at Derby College have been officially recognised with a celebration evening attended by more than 100 people.
Students who have either graduated from or are continuing their studies for A levels, Creative Industries or Computer Science and Information Technology programmes based at the Joseph Wright Campus were presented with subject prizes at the annual event.
Local people, businesses and canal enthusiasts have so far pledged £60,000 towards Derby and Sandiacre Canal Trust’s £100,000 goal to reinstate a ‘Golden Mile’ of canal in Draycott into a leisure attraction.
The total has built up substantially since the open day in November on site showing off the Trust’s recent acquisition of six cottages. Although the Cottage Restoration will be funded from other sources, the public recognised the value of the two projects combined and pledged support for the canal line itself.
QUAD has added to its Patrons, Jack O’ Connell, Paddy Considine, John Tams and the late Sir John Hurt (CBE), with the announcement of two new Patrons, Artist Hetain Patel and Dr Jo Twist (OBE) CEO of The Association for UK Interactive Entertainment.
Are you looking for a new challenge in 2018? Or perhaps a new business venture?
We are looking for caterers to serve refreshments at several of our country sites and parks from April.
So whether you're a budding barista with a love of coffee, have ambitions to run your own ice-cream van or serve up scrumptious snacks, then this could be the opportunity for you.
Leases are available to provide refreshments at:
We know the festive period is not over yet - but we wanted to let you know our 2018 Events Programme is out now! Our first event of the New Year will be hosted by the Dronfield Wildlife and Natural History Group:
Wednesday 3rd January
“Ancient Sites and Spring Flowers in Southern Turkey”
An evening lecture by Dr Patrick Harding.
We are really pleased to be showing new prints by Angela Harding at the gallery during our Christmas exhibition. Her work is nationally known and she has been prolific as an artist and printmaker.
"The Rutland countryside has a wealth of animal and bird life that is a constant inspiration for my work. Rutland Water is just over the ridge which attracts a great diversity of bird life that is world renowned".
Rowsley Derbyshire DE4 2EH