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DVMWHS Great Place Scheme
Following UK Government advice to limit non-essential contact and travel, we are reviewing the activities of the Great Place Scheme.
Film Preview: 14th March
You are warmly invited to join us for the film premiere of artist Seiko Kinoshita’s recent commission for the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site ‘Threading Through Communities’ from 3pm at St Peter’s Church, Belper.
International Women’s Day 8th March
This Sunday we are celebrating International Women’s Day with a talk from Adrian Farmer, illustrated by photographs taken by Emily Strutt in the early 1900s. Emily was the wife of George Herbert Strutt who paid for the building and running of a school in Belper – now the community run Strutt’s Centre. Emily’s photos give […]
Performance Artist Opportunity
Artist Opportunity for creative heritage inspired commission
Battling through the storms
Battling through the storms: a bright start to Cromford Mills’ new crafting programme ‘Making at the Mill’, a monthly programme of adult craft workshops designed to inspire locals and tourists alike to learn new skills and create unique products.
The Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site (DVMWHS) Partnership is delighted to offer a great opportunity for a consultant to investigate, evaluate and report on a number of options for a vibrant and sustainable DVMWHS Visitor Centre as part of the North and East Mills site in Belper. The DVMWHS Visitor Centre has to focus […]
Friends of Cromford Canal
E-newsletter from our Partners, Friends of Cromford Canal.
Soft Market Testing
The Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site (DVMWHS) Partnership and site operators are looking for a consultant to provide a creative digital proposition, digital products and assist with recommendations for future work to bring the DVMWHS to life through Virtual or Augmented Reality (VR/AR). The aim of this Soft Market Testing Exercise (SMTE) is to understand […]
New Book: Matlock Bath
Matlock Bath a perfectly romantic place, tells the story of a small Derbyshire village that briefly walked upon the national stage. For about fifty years, from the last quarter of the eighteenth century, Matlock Bath enjoyed the patronage of fashionable society. Visitors included Lord North, the British Prime Minister 1770 – 1792, numerous artists and […]
Museum of Making opens September 2020
The countdown to the opening of the new Museum of Making in Derby has begun! On Saturday 19th September 2020, the new Museum of Making will open to the public for the very first time.