The event was organised by Derby College Students’ Union and attended by a wide range of organisations who support health and welbeing in our local communities, in the city and county.
The Derby College Group Services for Students team to showcase the help available to students studying at all levels within the College.
Derby College Students’ Union support worker Kate Gregory said: “The events were a great success and highlighted the wide range of support available both at College and in the wider community for all aspects of people’s lives from physical to emotional health and wellbeing.
“We were particularly pleased to be joined by the Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa at Ilkeston College who shares our passion for highlighting these issues and the help available in local communities.”
To discover more about the support services available to students within the Derby College Group, further details can be found on the website https://www.derby-college.ac.uk/student-support