Derbyshire Dales District Council invited the Institute of Quarrying (IQ) to join their first Go Green event in Matlock park last Saturday.
This event brought together businesses and organisations to promote their climate change, sustainability and biodiversity credentials and was well attended by the public.
The architect’s sketches of the building were on display and were very well received by people visiting the event. The moving of the Museum to become part of the National Stone Centre in that building, along with an expansion to a mining and quarrying museum, was seen as a logical thing to do.
On hand to answer questions about the building and the changes at the National Stone Centre was Miles Watkins from IQ. Our manager joined him for a while in the afternoon.