More than 250 students from Derby College Group (DCG) Broomfield Hall college have joined a campaign to raise awareness and money so that a local five-year-old girl can have specialist treatment to save her life.
The Animal Unit at Derby College Group’s Broomfield Hall in Morley will be getting visitors into the Halloween mood on Sunday October 27 with the chance to get up close and personal with some of the creepy crawlies who are looked after by students there.
More than 200 Derby College students at Broomfield Hall attended an event designed to highlight the dangers of driving.
Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service set up a simulated car crash caused by a driver texting behind the wheel.
Derby College is expanding its peer mentor programme after a successful pilot to train students to support others facing lower levels of mental health issues.
Six students, based at the Broomfield Hall Land-based and Leisure College in Morley, have so far been trained to provide support to their peers.
The Animal Unit at Broomfield Hall will be getting visitors into the Halloween mood on Sunday October 28 with the chance to get up close and personal with some of the creepy crawlies who are looked after by students there.
The open day between 10am and 4pm will have a wide range of family activities.
Derby College is holding an open day for students of all ages who are interested in boosting their job prospects in land-based and leisure careers.
The event at Broomfield Hall in Morley is on Wednesday October 17. Visitors need to arrive by 9am and the open day is due to finish by 5pm.
Visitors to Derby College’s Broomfield Hall on Sunday September 23 will have the chance to tour the Victorian gardens that inspired local volunteers to clinch a Silver medal at this summer RHS Chatsworth Flower Show.
The gardens, including the long border which created the blueprint for the award-winning show entry, will be open between 10am and 4pm as part of the National Garden Scheme Open Day. Entry is £3 for adults and free for under 16-year-olds.
Horticulture students at Derby College have won a top award at their third appearance at the prestigious BBC Gardeners World Live show at the NEC.
Having won gold and silver merit medals in the past two shows – the team won the coveted platinum award as well as the prize for the best interpretation of the theme in the 23-strong garden borders category.
A group of 35 volunteers who help to restore and maintain the historic gardens at Derby College's Broomfield Hall campus have won a Silver medal for their exhibit at the RHS Chatsworth Flower Show.
The volunteers have been working alongside Broomfield Hall's Head Gardener Samantha Harvey and entered the long border competition at the show with their exhibit, entitled 'Rhythm of Colour' - inspired by the long border at Broomfield Hall Gardens.
Derby College's Broomfield Hall will hold its annual open day on Sunday June 17 between 10am and 4pm with a wide range of family-friendly activities and demonstrations by students.
There will be a number of have a go activities - including tree climbing, sports and feeding some of the animals.