The Spring 2014 Six Streets Newsletter is now available HERE
The painting was commissioned by Six Streets from the artist Rebecca Morledge. It is ON DISPLAY at Wheeldon Ave/ Park Grove corner and you can order prints and cards- Click HERE
Regular emails are sent out to website members - if you haven't been receiving them and would like to, check out your Junk Bin and set email@example.com as a safe sender.
!! NOTICEBOARD !!
Please pass the word on, there is now a Six Streets noticeboard near Kedleston Rd end of Wheeldon Ave (handy for people going to chemists, bus stop and crossing).
This is aimed at keeping people without internet informed as well as those who just haven't heard about website.
Check the calendar and if you see something interesting, click on it for more details or post up a charitable event you are involved with.The Latest News section has information from the council on Darley Neighbourhood Forum as well as a member collecting foodstuffs for a Derby Food Bank. Remember any member can add comments to any News items as well as adding new items.
Six Streets group is about you - anyone who is interested in it - so your views are important - Contact Us to let us know what you think. You are welcome to get involved in one (or more) Six Street events/ activities. There is something for everyone - whether you fancy clearing snow, dressing up as rabbit, helping at social events for older members, judging Hallowe'en decorations -try something you've never done before! All the Six Streets events throughout the year only happen with the help of volunteers. It doesn't have to demand a lot of time (you can volunteer for just one event) and all offers of help are gratefully received.
Six Street Group Meetings are a good way of seeing behind the scenes - come along if you are interested. You will not be press-ganged into anything you don't want to do! Email firstname.lastname@example.org or use the Contact Us link to find out more.
Many thanks to Becc for doing the website genuis stuff! This site has made it so much easier to keep more people up to date and involved. Also heartfelt thanks to Jane Hives for our logo and her poster designs.
All events - both the fundraising and the fun ones - are run by volunteers, it is truly amazing that so much can be done by so few! Well done to everyone - and thank you.
For 2012/13, we are grateful for a grant to cover our ongoing costs such as insurance, web hosting, printing, venue hire and a contribution to the high costs of hosting the Arts Trail. The grant is from Darley Neighbourhood Forum in recognition of Six Streets' contribution to neighbourhood goals.