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Derbyshire Dales CVS Email Newsletter
 
 
 
 
Thu 27th Jun - Thu 27th Jun
 
10:00am - 1:00pm
 
  •  Would you like advice on funding and grants for your Sports Club?
 
  •  Are you part of a Community Group that delivers a project about being physically active?
 
  •  Perhaps you have an idea for a project that promotes being physically active?
 
 
Why not book an advice session with Edwina Archer; she is the Funding Lead at Active Derbyshire and is offering half-hour one-to-one advice sessions in Bakewell.
 
Date:          Thursday 27th June
 
Time:          10:00 – 13:00
 
Where:       Meeting room, Derbyshire Dales CVS Offices, DE45 1AH
 
Sessions are free to all participants.
 
Organised by Derbyshire Dales CVS, you can book your place by emailing enquiries@ddcvs.org.uk or calling 01629 812154.
 
NB There will be another session in Wirksworth on Tuesday 1st October at the Memorial Hall.
 
 
  Active Derbyshire Funding Advice Sessions
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Just to give you all a bit of an update about what’s coming up next for Derbyshire Dales CVS.
 
  •  We have appointed our Community Development Manager for the Hurst Farm Estate in Matlock – we are very pleased to welcome Louise Champion to the CVS team. Louise can be contacted by email –  louise@ddcvs.org.uk – and we will introduce Louise properly in the next newsletter!
 
  •  We are trying to organise an information session with National Lottery Heritage Fund. This may be during the second week of July but may well be put back until the autumn – please let us know if you are interested in attending and we can put together a list of potential attendees.
 
  •  We’re hosting a Networking Event for Ashbourne on Wednesday 11th September – if you would like to book a table please contact Jonathan Simcock at the CVS.
 
  •  We are liaising with Derbyshire County Council Adult Safeguarding about running a short session on safeguarding for people who volunteer with adults – for example – lunch clubs, car-schemes, health-related or general support groups. Please let Sarah Paisley know, if you would be interested in safeguarding training, and you are a regular volunteer – supporting adults. The session would be free to all participants, there will be light refreshments and it is most likely to be at the Agricultural Business Centre in Bakewell during September or October.
 
  •  Our Annual General Meeting this year will be in Tideswell at the Fountain Square Church on Thursday 17th October.
 
  •  Don’t forget our small grants schemes – Five Ways to Well-being and the Better Derbyshire Dales Fund. Both have deadlines coming up of 1st July and 30th August respectively. More information about the small grant schemes on our website. https://ddcvs.org.uk/projects/
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Derbyshire Economic Partnership is pleased to announce that Expressions of Interest will be accepted for projects from Priority 2 –
 
Farm Diversification and Business Development
 
Timescales: –
 
  •  expression of Interest applications accepted up to midnight 23 June 2019
 
  •  full applications submitted by midnight 4 August 2019
 
  •  assessment of full Applications during August 2019
 
  •  contracts awarded late September 2019
 
 
More information about Leader in the Peak can be found here: – https://www.derbyshireeconomicpartnershi ...
 
More information about applying for a grant: – https://www.derbyshireeconomicpartnershi ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
East Midlands Academic Health Science Network is offering £1,500 each for 10 groups in the East Midlands to support patient, carer and public involvement and co-production in healthcare research and delivery across the East Midlands.
 
 
For application support please email Emma Coates at emma.coates@nottingham.ac.uk
 
Applications close midnight Friday 21 June 2019.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Ashbourne Partnership Charitable Trust has been formed to provide grants to benefit a wide range of organisations and activities, including local environment projects, heritage and arts projects and innovative events which promote community spirit and wellbeing.   The scheme may also be used to facilitate match funding from other organisations.
 
Following a legacy from Marjorie Salt, who made provision to support a number of locally based organisations, the charity has been formed as a successor organisation to the Ashbourne Partnership, which was itself a ‘not for profit’ community group, founded in 2004 to provide coordinated support and funding for a wide range of projects beneficial to Ashbourne.
 
For over ten years the Ashbourne Partnership sought outside funding and grants to provide ‘pump priming’ monies to enable local projects to be realised. In 2017 the Partnership transferred its various assets, acquired over the years, to established local organisations including the Town Council, and made grants from residual funds to a number of local organisations, including the Ashbourne Arts Festival, Ashbourne Heritage Society, Ashbourne Treasures and Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School – where an annual local community award was established, presented each year at Speech Day to a student who has made an outstanding contribution to the local community.
 
An example of the benefit of ‘pump priming’  is Ashbourne Treasures, where a grant of £500 assisted the group in taking forward their proposals, register as a community organisation and apply for and obtain substantial further funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund, Foundation Derbyshire, The Hall Family Fund and The Exton Trust, all of which resulted in a series of exhibitions, events and workshops involving over 300 members of the local community, increasing trade for local businesses and raising awareness and membership of a number of local institutions and the profile of the town.
 
Having appreciated the difficulty in obtaining that initial funding this Charity has been formed to fill that gap.  The Trust now looks forward to supporting local groups and organisations who have a project or event, a passion or a problem, which is relative to Ashbourne and would benefit from charitable funding to get the project started – the trust cannot finance individuals or commercial or business projects and with limited funds available not all applications may be successful.
 
However, unlike many large national charities the APCT will be run by and for local people – all unpaid volunteers; the six current trustees are well known local figures that between them have a wide knowledge of Ashbourne and experience of the various areas available for funding. This year it is hoped that over 95% of the funding will be made available for grants; a high figure only made possible by the support of local individuals and businesses, which have provided their professional services, support and advice free of charge to help get the scheme underway and keep costs to a minimum.
 
It is anticipated that the APCT will provide an ongoing resource for local groups and organisations and a conduit for individuals and corporate groups to further support local initiatives.  To find out more about the Charity and how you can become involved and make a positive contribution to the Arts, Heritage, Environment and Community of Ashbourne then please do get in touch – full details on the website at; www.ashbournecharitabletrust.org
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Worthy causes in the Derbyshire Dales are being invited to apply to Derbyshire Dales District Council for funds from its Local Projects Fund.
 
The Fund enables Derbyshire Dales District Councillors to support community led initiatives in the area they represent. Each year £900 is allocated to each Councillor to allocate to projects or initiatives in their Ward that will benefit the local communities and be valuable to the area.
 
Applications can be made by local groups that are based within the Derbyshire Dales that can demonstrate community benefit. For example:
 
• Parish and town councils (for specific projects only)
• Young people’s groups
• Locally based charities
• Benevolent societies
 
The District Council welcomes applications from organisations who meet the criteria and it’s now easier than ever to apply online at www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk/localprojectsfund
 
Further information and a paper application form can be obtained by email to localprojects.fund@derbyshiredales.gov.uk or write to Community Development Officer, Community & Environmental Services, Derbyshire Dales District Council, Town Hall, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3NN, or phone 01629 761392.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Tools for Self Reliance Bakewell is looking for a new venue – can you help?
 
The organisation would like to establish a work shop and needs about 40 square meters, and a power supply. The space needs to be weatherproof and capable of being made secure.
 
The group would pay for the power used or they are willing to arrange and pay for their own electricity meter. They can install workbenches, machinery and storage, and extra lighting if needed.
 
If you can help, or know someone who might be able to, please contact Tools for Self Reliance on 07896 285863.
 
Tools for Self Reliance collects and refurbishes tools and ships them to artisans in developing countries so that they can participate in developing their skills and the skills of their communities.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Wed 19th Jun - Wed 19th Jun
 
12:00pm - 2:00pm
 
Another Prince’s Trust TEAM Programme starts in Derby.
 
This is an amazing opportunity for young people aged 16-25 to learn new skills and confidence whilst having fun.  The taster session for the TEAM programme will take place on Wednesday 19 June 2019 from 12.00 – 14.00
 
The keys elements of the TEAM programme are:
 
  •  Meeting New People
 
  •  Residential activity week (2nd – 5th July 2019)
 
  •  Fundraising
 
  •  Community Project
 
  •  Two week work placement
 
  •  Employ-ability week
 
  •  Workshops (First aid, Food hygiene, Health & Safety)
 
  •  Mental health resilience
 
  •  2 x Qualifications
 
 
Programme Monday 24th June 2019 – Thursday 12th September 2019
 
If you would like further information or would like to refer a young person onto the programme contact 07958 005988 or email rschamberlain@wcg.ac.uk
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Mon 29th Jul - Mon 29th Jul
 
9:30am - 2:00pm
 
Organised by Derbyshire Agricultural Chaplaincy in support of Macmillan and Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution charities.
 
An arts sale and auction at the Agricultural Business Centre in Bakewell, DE45 1AH.
 
Sealed bids are being take for a framed painting of Milldale, Derbyshire by Lesley Griggs.
 
If you would like to make a bid please contact Alan Griggs on 07710 088972 or email a.griggs@ruralactionderbyshire.org.uk
 
There will be other paintings by Lesley Griggs at the sale as well as work by Felicity Jackson.
 
  Charitable Arts Sale and Auction
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
A few more workshops designed for all deaf women coming up in June 2019.
 
All events have BSL interpreters, electronic note-taking and a loop system.
 
  •  Cooking and Eating Healthily – Friday 21.6.2019 – Alfreton – 10am – 3.30pm
 
  •  Cooking on a budget – Friday 12.7.2019 – Alfreton – 10am – 3.30pm
 
  •  Abuse – What is it? An educational workshop – Thurs 27.6.2019 – Matlock – 9am – 3pm. Free afternoon tea.
 
 
Book you places by emailing janet@deafinitelywomen.org.uk
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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