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An exciting programme of activities with an environmental theme have been arranged by Derby City Council for 2007. The 'Let's Go Wild in Derby' programme includes something for all the family. All the events are free of charge.



Photograph courtesy of Bill Grange Derby City Council



Walks and activities include

Cycle rides

Green Gym taster sessions

Circular WalksCi

City Safari

Wildlife Walks

Nature Reserve Visits

Heritage Trails

and much more.....

Photograph courtesy of Nick Moyes Derby City Council



This is the forth year that Derby City Council has run the series of events. In that time, attendance numbers have escalated. In 2004, 148 people attended but last year there were 1,286 people who took part. With a mouth watering array of events lined up for the current year, check out the full programme by clicking below to visit the appropriate page on Derby City Council's website.

Events Programme 2008



Derby City Council’s WildDerby Project, working in partnership with




The second Discover Derby supplement was published by the Derby Evening Telegraph during August 2007. Derby has been described as a 'city in the countryside' and the supplement helps set out the case. When readers will have the chance to explore some of the hidden corners of Derby, one or two of which they may not have not visited previously. The following are the main features.


Derwent Riverside Walk I

Derwent Riverside Walk II

Derwent Riverside Walk III

Derby Pubs

Elvaston Feature and Walk

Findern Feature and Walk

Kedleston Feature and Walk

Little Chester Feature and Walk

Little Eaton Feature and Walk

Littleover Feature and Walk

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