Unfortunately, The Venue, Matlock is due to close over the summer, however, this does mean that if your group is in need of a few stackable tables then you might be in luck! Contact Lindsay Allen for further details: – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Appropriate Adult Service is looking for volunteers in the Derbyshire area to provide independent support to juveniles and to vulnerable people in police custody. Their role would be to facilitate communication, to ensure that the interview procedure is conducted fairly, that the vulnerable person understands what is happening at the police station and that their rights are met. They would NOT be providing legal advice.
The Peak District National Park Authority is working with Marketing Peak District and Derbyshire, Derbyshire Dales District Council and other partners across Derbyshire to deliver a package of support for businesses within the visitor economy sector. The project is part of the Growing and Developing the Visitor Economy Sector within Derbyshire programme funded by the England European Regional Development Fund. The National Park is leading on the £450k ‘Pedal Peak Business Initiative’ strand of the project which will increase the competitiveness of Small and Medium Size Enterprises (SMEs) to create a welcoming destination by stimulating and supporting a number of tourism businesses that are cycle friendly and contribute to a growing economy.
Write a short poem of 16 lines or less, answering the question: –
‘Where’s Your Head At?’
Express how you feel, your experiences or how you feel you have been treated. Prizes will be awarded for the top 3 entries at a presentation event at the Swadlincote Hub on Thursday 17th August from 10.00am.
Closing date for entries is 3.00pm on Thursday 10th August 2017.
This round of the Families Fund focuses on families with children aged 5 – 15, with a particular emphasis on low-income families and families living in areas of high deprivation. There is a specific focus on children aged 5 – 10.
Key messages from the FAQs for the Families Fund include:
Applications are welcome from a wide range of partners including those which are new to working with Sport England.
Sport England is interested in working with organisations which have a proven track record of working with families from lower socio-economic groups.
Projects should give families the inspiration and confidence to get active and take part in sport and/or physical activity together.
Ideally, applicants should provide some partnership (match) funding.