You can find information below about how you and your family can get involved in events and groups in your local area. You can search for different activities available and find out what support can be offered to help you access your community.
Find information about leisure and activities available in Derbyshire and the surrounding areas.
Find updates about the latest events happening across the county.
Find community updates for the area in which you live.
Search Derbyshire's Directory of Providers. You will find information about things to do in your local area, and support services that are available.
Find information about Active Derbyshire, which is part of Active Partners Trust. This is a charitable trust working to provide inclusive activities, sports and clubs throughout the region.
Find information about the National Citizenship Service. This service supports young people to develop life skills and help the community and seek out adventure.
Find information about travel and transport. You will find bus and train information, accessible taxis and community transport, and other travel assistance available across the county.
Find information about the Derbyshire Safe Places Scheme, including the Safe Places mobile phone app. You can also apply for a Keep Safe Card, which is available for those aged 11 and over to help them to keep safe in their community.
Find information about the Derbyshire Community Connectors Service. This service offers support to young people aged 14 and over who have autism and/or a learning disability to access the community.
Find information about Social Prescribing for Young People. This service is available to support young people aged 14 to 25-years-old with additional needs in the north of the county, to connect with their communities, and build positive relationships.
British Institute of Human Rights
The British Institute of Human Rights (BIHR) is a charity with a primary purpose for promotion of human rights. BIHR provides information and training on human rights law in the UK. The organisation works with individuals, communities, and public bodies every day to help them put the Human Rights Act in to practice and improve outcomes for people accessing services. They also amplify the voices of the people they work with through their policy work, ensuring the real stories of how the Human Rights Act is being used across the UK to reach the people with the power to change laws and systems. To learn more, visit the site or access their Easy-Read hub.