Derbyshire Recovery Celebration 2019

Posted on: 31 Oct 2019

Derbyshire County Council is preparing for the first Derbyshire Recovery Celebration 2019.

During this event, we will hear from the organisations within Derbyshire who support Derbyshire clients throughout their recovery.

There will be some inspirational stories throughout the evening from clients who are in touch with;

Chesterfield FC Community Trust

Derby County Community Trust- Active Choices

Derbyshire Veterans HQ

Derventio Housing Trust- Growing Lives project

Intuitive Thinking Skills

Phoenix Futures

Rhubarb Farm

Stand To

The Zink Project

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