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The latest news from producers, makers, venues and events organisers from around Derby and Derbyshire. If you have news to add to this page, then email us to let us know about it: editor@madeinderbyshire.org
 

Meet Helen Mort, Derbyshire Poet Laureate

Monday 5th October 2015

4.00pm - 5.00pm 

Clowne Library

 

Relax and listen to Helen reading her poems, whilst enjoying tea and cake.

Open to all. Families and children welcome.

Refreshments will be available.

Free event. But please ring Clowne Library to book a place on 01246 810675

New 2015/16 Programme Highlights Breadth of Work

Derby-based Sinfonia Viva’s new 2015/16 programme has been confirmed -  demonstrating the breadth and diversity of the regional Orchestra’s work in the city and county.

 

Viva’s 2015/16 season starts with a concert specially designed for children aged under five and their families on Sunday October 25 at the Rolls-Royce Heritage Centre as part of the national Family Arts Festival.

 

St Peters Quarter Takes Centre Stage at Derby Festé

St Peters Quarter, which is the core retail area between Cathedral Quarter and Intu Derby shopping centre, will welcome thousands of visitors to a host of events as part of this year’s popular Derby Festé programme.

On Friday September 25, the Saurus parade will start from St Peter’s Cross at 9pm with the incredible giant beasts stalking their ‘prey’ with deafening roars along St Peter’s Street and Victoria Street on their way to the Market Place.

CQ Saturdays – The Perfect Appetiser for Derby Festé

Derby Cathedral Quarter’s CQ Saturdays September events will give visitors a fantastic flavour of the 2015 Derby Festé programme.

A wide range of street entertainment and events will be held in the Cathedral Quarter as part of the two-day Festé programme on Friday September 25 and Saturday September 26.

In the meantime, there is a host of free entertainment in the area in the run up to the event.

Déda Launches New Class Programme

With ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ fever set to return in the coming weeks – Déda is giving local people the chance to learn and improve their techniques in a wide range of dance styles.

Déda has a new-look class programme including an expanded Social Dance offer which will start on Monday September 7 at its purpose-built studios in Derby’s Cathedral Quarter.

Croots Farm Shop cultivates wedding party plans after double anniversary

A double wedding celebration sparked a new business idea for husband and wife team Steve and Kay Croot.

The couple, who run Croots Farm Shop in Derbyshire, celebrated their silver wedding anniversary on 1st September. This came two weeks after Kay’s parents Jim and Sue Yates marked their golden wedding anniversary.

When planning a joint celebration at the farm near Duffield, the couple decided that it was such an ideal place to hold a wedding reception that they should open it up to others.

Croots Farm Shop cultivates wedding party plans after double anniversary

A double wedding celebration sparked a new business idea for husband and wife team Steve and Kay Croot.

The couple, who run Croots Farm Shop in Derbyshire, celebrated their silver wedding anniversary on 1st September. This came two weeks after Kay’s parents Jim and Sue Yates marked their golden wedding anniversary.

When planning a joint celebration at the farm near Duffield, the couple decided that it was such an ideal place to hold a wedding reception that they should open it up to others.

Croots Farm Shop cultivates wedding party plans after double anniversary

A double wedding celebration sparked a new business idea for husband and wife team Steve and Kay Croot.

The couple, who run Croots Farm Shop in Derbyshire, celebrated their silver wedding anniversary on 1st September. This came two weeks after Kay’s parents Jim and Sue Yates marked their golden wedding anniversary.

When planning a joint celebration at the farm near Duffield, the couple decided that it was such an ideal place to hold a wedding reception that they should open it up to others.

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