The Crowdfunder Buy a Brick Campaign closes on Tuesday so if you want to take part in helping restore Aqueduct Cottage, you need to act soon!
The response, so far, has been fantastic. The fund currently stands at £13,045 (Approx. £3K more than the original £10k target).
A sincere “thankyou” to everyone who has made this possible.
As mentioned previously, it means that DWT is able to start the restoration work this summer (subject to planning), which is something we could only dream of a couple of months back.
More money is obviously going to be needed to finish the job, so please do not hold back if you would like to make a donation to the fund, either via the Crowdfunder or directly to DWT.
or, call Lisa Witham (during office hours) at Derbyshire Wildlife Trust on 01773 881188.
AQUEDUCT COTTAGE PHOTO EXHIBITION, WIRKSWORTH
Just a reminder that the Aqueduct Cottage Photo Exhibition is still on display at the Wirksworth Heritage Centre.
The best of the photos from the previous exhibitions are on display in the upstairs workshop of the Centre. There is also a shop and nice café , so irrespective of the weather , its worth a trip.
Website : https://www.wirksworthheritage.co.uk