GRID Voices: What you had to say...

Posted on: 14 Sep 2022

Derbyshire County Council, in conjunction with Leeds Trinity University, would like to thank everyone who attended our launchpad event last Wednesday the 7th September in Chesterfield. 

More than 50 people attended the first #GRIDVoices co-production event at the Technique Stadium.

Lead facilitator, David Best shares his thoughts about the event on his blog here GRID Voices – Growing Recovery In Derbyshire and Promoting the Voice of Lived Experience — Creative Arts in Recovery ( Check it out... do you agree?

Follow #GRIDVoices updates on our twitter page here @GRIDerbyshire




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