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Derby Ram Trail
The unique world-class Derby Ram Trail will take place from 27th May to 22nd August 2021
Co-Lab at the Museum of Making
Co-Lab is an opportunity for local creative organisations, makers, artists and practitioners from across the region to meet and collaborate on upcoming events at Derby Museums
Cromford Mills Bazaar
Featuring everything from food to flowers, art to antiques, and candles to curios, you will be sure to find a quirky bargain at our monthly bazaar.
A four mile walk around Heage discovering its industrial and hidden past with some ghostly tales.
Quentin Blake and John Yeoman
Quentin Blake has had a number of extended collaborations with writers, but the longest of all has been with John Yeoman. This exhibition is the first to celebrate this partnership, featuring more than 40 works, including illustrations and books by the two.
Tots Ram Session
Get arty with this ramtastic creative session, taking inspiration from the patterns and pictures from around the museum. BSL interpreted.
Cromford Mills Antiques Fair is the ideal chance to browse quality antiques, relics and vintage collectables.
Milford’s West Side
This walk covers Milford’s west side, looking at the development of the housing, community buildings and the railway.
Artisan Market July
A marvellous Artisan Market showcasing local makers, artisans and producers
Duffield Streets and Paths
A walk looking at Duffield’s development from a Saxon village to a centre of industry and a popular place to live.
Runaway Train Treasure Hunt around High Peak Junction
Follow the trail and be amazed by the history of run-away trains and the oldest railway toilet in the world. Pick up a trail pack from the Visitor Centre at High Peak Junction.
Take a stroll around Belper and discover what’s special about its outdoor spaces.
Outdoor Theatre Macbeth
Join The HandleBards all-female troupe at Cromford Mills for a bicycle-powered, farcical production of Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’
Outdoor Theatre Robin Hood
An evening packed with wildly-inventive story-telling, fast-paced drama and plenty more in this ‘calamitous’ new production by Three-Inch Fools!
Lumsdale 400 Years of Industry and Tourism
Christine and Alan Piper tell the story of the lead smelters, cotton spinners and bleachers who built mills to exploit the valley’s water power and the visitors who have come to see both its industries and its natural beauty.