RIVER NETWORK CHARITY, offering information, guidance, signposting & support. Our Board, Leaders and team come with decades of credibility, Professional experience and qualifications. With this experience, heart and local need are always looking to expand our services. We are currently expanding our homeless and housing provision in Chestervield
We are Charity reaching out and helping the community through Christian concern via:
- Youth work
- Children’s services
- Family services
- Alternative education
- Home schooling
- Homeschooling Hub
- Housing Accommodation
- Training and Qualifications
- Mental Health
- Through practical and holistic development.
Looking For Accommodation?
River Network offers secure and reasonably priced housing options in Derbyshire. Whether you need assistance in organising your life, accessing suitable benefits, or obtaining specific support for a health condition, we are available to help you find a suitable home.
RIVER NETWORK CHESTERFIELD
ALLOTMENTS Rufford Close,
Chesterfield is a large market town and unparished area in the Borough of Chesterfield in Derbyshire, England, 24 miles (39 km) north of Derby and 11 miles (18 km) south of Sheffield at the confluence of the River Rother and River Hipper. In 2011 the built-up-area subdivision had a population of 88,483, making it Derbyshire’s second largest settlement after Derby. Its borough, including Whittington, Brimington and Staveley, had a population of 103,801 in 2011. It has a sizeable street market three days a week. The town sits on an old coalfield, but little visual evidence of mining remains. Its main landmark is the crooked spire of the Church of St Mary and All Saints.
Chesterfield was in the Hundred of Scarsdale. The town received its market charter in 1204 from King John, which constituted the town as a free borough, granting the burgesses of Chesterfield the privileges of those of Nottingham and Derby.
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We are pioneering new projects and continuing to grow! Pun intended. In partnership with the Rufford Close Allotments we have prepared and filled one of many raised beds with carrots, lettuce, spring onions and coloured beetroot. It is such a joy to continue to build strategic partnerships that are really helping individuals find a sense…
We are pleased to confirm that River Network are pioneering a new Therapeutic Community Allotment. A really impressive amazing plot of land with a summer house, insect hotel, four raised growing beds and as many herb gardens with an apple tree and orchard. It is such a joy to continue to build strategic partnerships that…
Starting on April 7th at 6:30 PM at the Loundsley Green Community Centre, Youth Nights will begin again! With new staff and new events taking place, this relaunch and new take on our Youth Nights should be fun and safe for all involved.
The Chesterfield Youth Night’s that took place at 6:30 PM on Thursday evenings at the Loundsley Green Community Centre have been temporarily suspended. The plan is to relaunch in the near future with new staff, new ideas and lots of fun to be had. To keep up with all the information about this exciting new…
RIVER NETWORK had its second CHRISTMASFEST in Derbyshire. For other events check our Eventbrite and our What’s On? page. These events are fun filled, with interactive games & raffles with families, individuals & children winning toys, food hampers, cash cards, turkey’s and a flat screen TV! It also showcases the charity and engages with community…
This week we had some fresh raspberries for the attendees of our youth night to eat and make milkshakes and smoothies out of. We made raspberry milkshakes and the kids also ate a lot of them. They took some home for their families as well and I took some around my local estate. We gave…