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EVENTS


Online talks on sustainability in the Peak District


After a well-attended round of online discussions during the first lockdown, Business Peak District, in partnership with its accountable body East Midlands Chamber, will begin the second series in December. Titled Radical Thinking to


Develop a Sustainable Future for the Peak District, it will to bring to the attention of the wider Peak District community the numerous projects and opportunities that are being considered for the national park, with a view to delivering a beneficial impact on livelihoods and local economies. It aims to spark a lively


discussion and input into the various plans as they develop and evolve. Robin Eyre, chairman of Business


Peak District, said: “We have some really exciting topics lined up. “From hotels and retail projects


to geographically-targeted investment corridors, greening and wildlife, quarrying and alternative materials, sustainable transport and more – we hope the series of webinars will be of real interest and benefit to our communities in and around the National Park. “The pandemic has caused


investors, businesses, decision- makers, and local and county councils to completely rethink their growth and development strategies. “What we see now is a slew of


new ideas, revitalised projects, and schemes we may never have considered even just 10 months ago.”


Confirmed webinars include a


talk from ShopAppy about local online shopping opportunities, harnessing creativity and culture in the economic recovery and place- shaping, and sustainable transport and alternative fuels in Derbyshire from Go Electric. The projects under discussion


are all at different stages of development. Some are in their infancy, while others are well underway and some may never even see the light of day. Questions prior to each session


are welcome and attendees are encouraged to ask questions during the event. Chamber chief executive Scott


Knowles said: “The Peak District is a unique environment for businesses in the region spanning a huge area within Sheffield, Derby, Manchester and Huddersfield. “It includes some of the most


dynamic businesses around and with the multitude of potential opportunities, we have some very interesting topics lined up.” All webinars are free to join and


open to everyone. They will take place typically on the first Wednesday of each month between 5pm and 6pm, with special events also to be announced. All attendees must register to


attend but they don’t have to be a member of Business Peak District.


For a full list of the webinars, visit www.businesspeakdistrict.com/we binar-speakers-schedule


Briefing by Derbyshire Dales MP Sarah Dines Date: 7 December Time: 9.30am


ShopAppy.com: Local online shopping opportunities throughout Derbyshire and the Peak District by ShopAppy.com and Eventful Places Date: 16 December Time: 5pm


Business Peak District is a free-to- join organisation for businesses in and around the Peak District National Park with the aim of being a community, voice and lobby for its members. With more than 650


organisations, it represents a diverse range of sectors from professionals and creatives to construction and manufacturing, retail, food and drink, and tourism. Along with its partners, it also promotes the Inspired by the Peak


District brand, an initiative that seeks to encourage and develop the unique qualities of the region through events, logos, case studies and branding activities. The Chamber became the accountable body of Business Peak


District in January 2020 to deliver and support year-round key activities throughout the area.


UPCOMING WEBINARS WITH BUSINESS PEAK DISTRICT


Alternative materials and development plans by Breedon Hope Cement Date: 13 January Time: 5pm


Rewilding the Peak District: Opportunities for a green recovery by Rewilding Britain, University of Derby and Derbyshire Wildlife Trust Date: 3 February Time: 5pm


Harnessing creativity and culture in economic recovery and place shaping by Derbyshire County Council Date: 3 March Time: 5pm


Sustainable transport and alternative fuels in Derbyshire and the Peak District y Go Electric Date: 14 April Time: 5pm


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