Derbyshire County Council is looking for a Film Maker, for their project celebrating the dance work of people with disabilities, as part of the Made in Derbyshire 2015 programme.
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Derbyshire County Council is looking for eight community dance artists, for their project celebrating the dance work of people with disabilities, as part of the Made in Derbyshire 2015 programme.
Visitors to next month’s Bolsover Antiques and Collectors Fair are invited to bring family heirlooms and car boot bargains to be valued by one of TV’s best known antiques experts.
Charles Hanson, who presents on BBC’s Bargain Hunt and Antiques Road Trip shows, will host a valuation session on Bolsover Market Place – just a short walk from Bolsover Castle – on Sunday 24 May.
A native to Derbyshire, Charles runs Hanson’s Auctioneers and Valuers in Etwall, which holds international auction sales featuring a huge variety of collectables.
"In an abandoned hotel a psychology student encounters with the restless spirits of forgotten children, leads her to discover her own family’s hidden secrets."
The Old Station Gallery is excited to be hosting it's inaugural open submissions exhibition this Summer 2015.
The free CQ Saturdays Street Circus events join an already busy monthly programme of events and entertainment in the area. Information about all the events in the Cathedral Quarter are available at www.derbycathedralquarter.co.uk; on Twitter @DerbyCQ and Facebook
Competitors To Receive Discounted Accommodation At Pentahotel Derby
We have available a small range of promotional materials for members to use in their marketing. The stickers and shelf wobblers are great for art galleries, retail spaces and markets. Pictured above are these items in use at Heage Windmill already.
Members can buy the following promotional items from us at a discount, although members are also free to produce their own marketing materials using the brand guidelines available at this link: http://www.madeinderbyshire.org/using-the-marque
The organisers have added 22 new bands to the bill for Indietracks 2015.
Tickets for the gig on Bank Holiday Monday 4th May at New Mills Town Hall, are priced at £12 and £10 concessions for the evening performance only and £20 or £18 concessions for both the workshop and performance.New Mills Festival and Jackdaw Stone present the irrepressible Teesside folk trio The Young’uns - Sean Cooney, David Eagle and Michael Hughes –performing music from their brand new album "Another Man’s Ground” at the beginning of their 2015 spring tour.