Derbyshire Recovery Partners plans for Recovery Week in September

Posted on: 22 Aug 2018

Growing Recovery in Derbyshire (GRID) is proud to announce our partners plans for Recovery Week in September...


Chesterfield FC Community Trust will be designating the Chesterfield v Leyton Orient fixture on Saturday 1st September as Recovery Fixture. There will be a piece in the match day programme promoting recovery week.




High Peak Food Bank will be running various group activities on site throughout Recovery Week.


Rhubarb Farm will be having an open day and afternoon tea on Tuesday 4th September. The events (including picking, sowing, willow weaving, etc) will run from 10m-2pm. There will be a pick up from Chesterield for clients interested in coming along.




Growing Lives will be running a walk and open day at their site in Ilkeston. This event will run all day on Wednesday 5th September.




Wash Arts will be having a stall on Ilkeston Market on Thursday 6 September from 0900-1500 to promote the service.




DAAS (Derbyshire Alcohol Advice Service) and DVG (Derbyshire Veterans Group) will be having a stall in Pavements Shopping Centre from 1000-1500 and enjoy offering Mocktails at their offices in Chesterfield.




Hope Springs will be hosting an afternoon tea for all clients at their site in Chesterfield on Thursday 13 September from 1200-1500.




Beardwood Natural Living project will be leading a walk from Furness Vale back to the farm where tea and cakes will be served by participants on Friday 14 September.




Derby County Community Trust will be hosting the 6-a-side football Recovery Festival!

The Racecourse, St Marks, Road, Chaddesden, Derby, DE21 6AL

Wed 5th Sep 2018 09:30 start

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