Our Anniversary Champion for August 2022 is Derbyion Read this blog to learn more about them and why they have chosen to support us.
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Overview of Derbion:
Derbion is the East Midlands’ premier retail and leisure destination, offering a full family-day out experience within a contemporary, safe and secure environment.
In addition to major international and national brands including FLANNELS, Tommy Hilfiger, Mango, BOSS, Hobbs, Next, Zara and Lush, Derbion also offers convenience with leading retailers such as Sainsbury’s and M&S Food Hall, plus Boots and Superdrug.
Home to Showcase Cinema de Lux, Paradise Island Adventure Golf, Hollywood Bowl and the Derby Theatre, Derbion has an extensive leisure offer for visitors to enjoy. The venue’s Food Court offers nine eateries for visitors to choose from, with a further eight standalone restaurants and plus many more cafes and eateries throughout the centre.
The scheme is supported by an integrated, secure car park facility, offering 3,500 spaces in the heart of Derby city centre.
Find out more at www.Derbion.com
Why have you supported Safe and Sound as an anniversary sponsor?
“With Derbion sitting in the heart of the city, were are proud to have Safe and Sound as one of our charities of the year. Focusing on tackling some of the key issues facing our community”
Are you planning any special fundraising or awareness-raising events as part of your sponsorship?
Supporting the outreach, engagement, and youth activities in our Derbion Community Hub during the school holidays.
Have you appointed a Safe and Sound Champion within you’re your company:
Gary Summerfield – Security Manager – “I want to help to reduce antisocial behaviour in the city centre and help signpost vulnerable people to correct agency. Working with Safe and Sound will help me to achieve these goals”
What would your message be to the young people and families that Safe and Sound supports?
Derbion is a safe environment for young people and families to visit. We are supporting the ‘Safe Place’ initiative for women, children and young people.