Hosted International Women Day Event
Chatsworth House will host a special celebration of Derbyshire women, to mark International Women’s Day. The drop-in event is hosted by Theresa Peltier, who become the county’s first black high sheriff in April.
Lord Burlington, chairman of the Chatsworth House Trust, said
He said it would be an opportunity to highlight the achievements of many inspirational women in the county.International Women’s Day is on Wednesday, and Ms. Peltier has invited women to come to Chatsworth on Friday.
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There will be many projects related to Windrush Generation
Women who run small businesses and provide charitable and other services. They will recognized and there will be many projects related to the Windrush Generation. It will feature performances by singer-songwriter Carole Fieldhouse and author and poet and artist Seni Seneviratne. Derbyshire Eco Centre’s resident sculptor Sue Allanson and Derbyshire Lord Lieutenant Elizabeth Fothergill will also take part. Including Women’s Work and Adoption East Midlands.
International Women’s Day
Ms. Peltier, who retired as head of equality for Derbyshire Police in December 2019, after a 27-year career in policing, said? “There are so many creative and innovative women doing so much amazing work in Derbyshire. And I thought this could be really inspiring, to bring them together for International Women’s Day.
History of the Stafford Derbyshire Estate of Chatsworth
“This is an informal drop-in event and a great opportunity to meet, encourage and talk to each other about your experiences and challenges.” People are attending the event with some fascinating stories.” Chatsworth staff will also give talks about two important women in the history of the Derbyshire estate – Duchess Georgiana and Bess of Hardwick.
Lord Burlington said
Lord Burlington said: “I am delighted to supporting Theresa with this event to celebrate International Women’s Day. She brings her extensive knowledge from her roles in policing, equality, and human rights to bring together women and organizations from across Derbyshire I know it will be an inspiring day for everyone to enjoy.”