2019 Dronfield Annual Lecture
The Dronfield Annual Lecture
The Peel Centre now has free Wi-Fi available for customers
The Management Committee has taken the decision to install a free Wi-Fi system for the use of customers, throughout the building. This was not straight forward as the thick stone walls and multiple electricity mains cicuits gave some transmission challenges. These have now been successfully overcome and there is now a strong signal in all areas. Instructions for connecting are on the notice boards in each room.
Hot Desk now available
With the installation of Wi-Fi, we are now able to offer a private office for hire with a desk, chairs and computer access to anyone wanting to work quietly away from their office or home.
Barn Project Report.
The Barn Project is developing its own website and a great deal of information is available on Tbe Barn Web Site
We are pleased to be supporting The Dronfield Heritage Project. This is creating a home for the town archives and raising awareness of the rich social history and built heritage of the town through a major research and education programme centred on the re-build of Dronfield Hall Barn. Volunteers are required with skills in heritage research, heritage building renovation, guiding, lecturing, landscaping and general maintenance. Please call in at the project office upstairs in The Peel Centre on Thursdays between 11am and 1pm to learn more about this exciting project and offer your services. Alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org
Publicise Your Event
If you are planning to hold an event at the Peel Centre and would like to have it listed on the Peel Centre News page, please send details by email: Linda.Shipley@BTInternet.com