Strutt’s North Mill is now OPEN FOR 2017 with a stunning new temporary exhibition by local photographer Jeff Mander, called ‘Sylvan’ – a photographic exploration of Derbyshire’s Woodlands.
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust are looking for schools to take part in the DerwentWISE ‘Derwent Explorers’ project.
This project aims to provide opportunities for selected young people to go on a ’wild’ adventure into the Derwent Valley. They will plan and carry out an overnight visit to a remote hostel in Shining Cliff Woods.
Craft Project Coordinator
Craft Project Coordinator at Strutt’s North Mill, Belper part time temporary job vacancy to deliver the Museum’s 2017 Craft Project.
The village with a vision
The Opening up Iconic Views project, as part of the DerwentWISE Landscape Partnership, aims to improve this situation by sensitively managing sites to create vistas and restore some of the important historic viewpoints.
Bringing back memories
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust staff have been helping dementia patients at Derby Royal Hospital to reconnect to their memories with the aid of a nature memory box. The wildlife memory box scheme is being run through the Heritage Lottery funded project DerwentWISE, as part of Wildlife Guardians.
Interpretive Design Consultant
The Arkwright Society Ltd require an Interpretive Designer to design, manufacture and build a new exhibition in the Visitor Gateway at Cromford Mills.
Opening Up a Window to Willersley
Window to Willersley will open up some of the currently obscured iconic views around Willersley Castle, and re-establish the dramatic vistas envisioned by Richard Arkwright and the landscape designer John Webb of Armitage. Some of these viewpoints have inspired world-famous painters, including Joseph Wright of Derby.