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Welcome to High peak cvs

We are here to ensure the voluntary sector in the High Peak area of Derbyshire can thrive and has a voice to influence how our communities remain active and resilient.

To do this we provide specialist support to community and voluntary groups. Whether it’s advice, group development, information or identifying funding, we can help. In addition to this, we run a vital Bereavement Service and Social Prescribing Service that are at the heart of supporting the people of the High Peak.

CVS Announcements

Do you have the skills to be an effective leader, plus a passion for the community and voluntary sector, integrity and the ability to work with a diverse range of people from all sectors? If so High Peak Community and Voluntary Support is seeking to appoint to a
Chief Executive Officer

News & Updates

CEO James to leave HPCVS

A Farewell and a New Chapter:Reflecting on Five Years at High Peak CVS After an incredible five-year journey, James, our CEO of High Peak CVS, has announced that he is leaving us in June 2024. In a message to members, friends, and colleagues, James expressed his gratitude and reflections on

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Baby Bank Turns Three

High Peak Baby Bank becomes an official charity It was a double whammy celebration for High Peak Baby Bank recently as the group officially became a fully-fledged charity, as well as being awarded National Lottery Funding for a second time. The celebration event took place last month at Buxton Community

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Buxton Billerettes Donation

Entertainment group donates to local causes, including High Peak CVS High Peak CVS was thrilled to have been invited along to receive a cheque from the famous Buxton Billerettes at the start of the month. The Billerettes, who are famous around the High Peak and beyond for their fun take

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Digital Guidance

Have you heard of Shared Digital Guides? It’s an incredible free searchable library of 60+ how-to guides, and case studies about how to do things with digital tools! The guides have been created by reputable charities like Citizens Advice, Samaritans, Barnardos and RSPCA.  They cover topics such as ‘how to

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