Celebrating Wheels to Work & Wellbeing's 15th Birthday today. There are at least 15 very good reasons why this project has been such a success. Read more
Robert Clark from Huthwaite is the first person in Nottinghamshire to join the scheme, pass his CBT Plus and get a moped. Read more
All the latest news and information relevant to community buildings and village halls management committees. Read more
Our fictional family illustrate how people in Derbyshire can access RAD's services, linking family members to the various projects we manage.
Saving money on heating oil for homes and businesses across Derbyshire by bringing oil orders together to make the most of bulk oil buying.
Providing specialist support, information and advice to village and community halls across Derbyshire.
A network of Derbyshire wide organisations committed to tackling financial exclusion, including Food Banks.
Support for the farming community. What we do, and why it's so important. Confidential helpline: 07710 088 972
Have a say over where new homes and businesses will go or what new buildings should look like.
Increasing awareness and breaking down barriers and the stigma of suicide and self harm.
Providing mopeds to help people access work, training or education, allowing people to make decisions about their future without having to worry about transport.
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People helped through Wheels to Work
Litres of oil ordered
Government funding of £3m launched for improvement of village halls and community buildings. Derbyshire halls urged to apply soon. Read more
From 15th May 2019 mixed-age couples will no longer be able to claim pensioner benefits. Affected couples could be £7000 a year worse off. Read more
The Rural Social Group meets on the 4th Thursday of the month from 2pm to 4pm at Boylestone Methodist Church. All welcome. Read more
A half day training seminar for anyone who wants to improve their understanding of suicide and self-harm. Read more
The first countywide convention to explore the issues around food insecurity with experts in food distribution, Health & Social Policy and Welfare Rights. Read more