Cancer and Walking for Health

Derbyshire Mind and Macmillan Cancer Support

Cancer and Walking for Health

New research from Macmillan shows the value of exercise for cancer survivors.  Walking is a cheap way of exercising and, in groups, is enjoyable, relaxing and interesting.  Macmillan offer cancer support, Derbyshire Mind’s project, Enjoying Derby sets up walking groups and delivers walk programmes.

Come and find out more

The Darwin Suite, Derby Assembly Rooms

Wednesday 10 April 2013 from 10am-3pm

For people who want to know more about cancer and people affected by cancer and how walking can help

Over 30 information stalls

Workshops – how to set up a walking group – how to set up a support group for people affected by cancer – crafts –massage – beauty treatments

Free entry, free activities and refreshments

To book a stall click here for a booking form or contact Caron Kirkham on 01332 345966 ext 4  email

Conference on Welfare Reform and Mental Health in Derbyshire

The Mental Health Action Group is helping to organise an event in Derbyshire around Welfare Changes and Mental Health.

 Monday April 15th 2013

10am to 4pm – Post Mill Centre, South Normanton

To find out more Click here, or express an interest in coming along, contact us at:

Mental Health Action Group
Room 312 Kelvin House, London Road
Derby DE24 8UP
01332 345966 Ext 5


Learning for living

The Derby Community Learning Trust and the Derby Learning for Living group have worked together to arrange a wide and varied programme of adult learning activities throughout January 2013.

Please click here for the a program of events planned for the Derby Festival of Learning January 2013.