Have you a small scale project that will enhance the culture and heritage assets in your area? Capital grants are available in the rural areas of Derbyshire Dales, High Peak and Staffordshire Moorlands to assist in enhancing the visitor economy and benefitting the local community. Funding from £2,500 is available for organisations to enhance their local area with small scale investments, closing date for applications 30 September 2018.
Carers Federation is a City and Guilds Approved Training Centre
investing in new technologies to improve and increase their training portfolio and make learning much more flexible and manageable for the learner.
The new Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) is due to go live in August 2018.
It’s an interactive online learning tool which allows Carers Federation to deliver flexible learning options from full online learning activities to a mix of online and classroom-based activities.
Derbyshire Dales District Council has agreed to consult on two preferred options that would provide a fund to support better quality jobs and business growth. Each option would see a limited number of larger charitable / not for profit organisations contributing an amount towards their National Non-Domestic Rates liability, but in no case would an organisation be required to pay their whole bill.
The Bakewell Gardening Association received a grant from the Better Derbyshire Dales Fund towards repairs to the boundary, communal hut roof and communal paths as well as a contribution towards pruning a large ash tree: all within the Monyash Road Allotments.
The role of the Bakewell Gardening Association is to re-establish a more self-supporting garden community in Bakewell. As the grant had supported work at the allotments on Monyash Road in Bakewell we were invited to one of their open days in June this year.
Are you looking for a new challenge, want to get a new qualification or are you just looking for a new hobby?
Bookings are now open for the new term of Derbyshire Adult Community Education Service courses and activities starting in September 2018.
A wide range of courses are available including being your own boss, counselling skills, construction, dry stone walling, crafts, furniture restoration, maths and English up to GCSE, languages, horticulture and many more!
Have you had your say on proposals to change the way Derbyshire libraries are run? Derbyshire County Council wants your view and comments on the proposal outlined in the draft Public Library Service Strategy ‘Libraries for Derbyshire’.