The object of the trust is defined as:

“To provide welfare and benevolent facilities for members and their families.”

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The Derbyshire Benevolent Trust

The Derbyshire Benevolent Trust (DBT) is an independent organisation, which works to provide goods, services and benefits for its members.

The Derbyshire Benevolent Trust is an independent organisation providing members with help and support.

The trust’s services are available exclusively to serving police officers, serving police staff and retired members of Derbyshire Constabulary.

The Board of Trustees seeks to provide services and benefits that support or enhance the wellbeing of members and works with a broad range of service providers to achieve this.

If you feel your organisation can offer something for the good of our membership, email: admin@derbyshirebenevolenttrust.com

The object of the trust is defined as:

“To provide and permit welfare and benevolent facilities for members and their families”

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Hurricane Irma – advice for GIS members

 

Members of the Derbyshire Benevolent Trust Group Insurance Scheme (GIS) whose holidays may be affected by Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean and the USA are being advised to read new guidance issued by the travel insurance providers.

In the first instance, members who may be affected should contact their tour operator or transport provider. Additional travel or accommodation expenses that cannot be refunded by the travel provider may be considered under the GIS according to the policy wording.

But if a member simply chooses to cancel their travel plans of their own accord, there is no cover under the policy.

If we receive any further updates, we will pass these on and if any unusual scenarios arise, we will liaise with the insurers on a case by case basis.

 

The insurance underwriters’ guidance can be found here.


8th September, 2017

Discounted football tickets

 

Exclusive discounted tickets for all the Rams’ home games this month are available to all Derbyshire Benevolent Trust members.

 

The discounted tickets, which start at as little as £15 for adults, are for the matches against Hull City on Friday 8 September (7.45pm kick-off), Ipswich Town on Tuesday 12 September (7.45pm kick-off) and Birmingham City on Saturday 23 September (kick-off 3pm).

 

For more details, including information on how to book online, please click here.


4th September, 2017

Expert CV advice on hand

 

Members can take advantage of a personalised CV development service from a former HR professional now running her own consultancy.

 

Anna Smith of Alogical will provide the one to one service for just £75 per person, through an exclusive offer to Derbyshire Benevolent Trust members.

 

The service will include:

 

  • Support to develop the right CV for you
  • Advice and guidance to enable you to review and revise your CV depending upon the role applied for
  • Focus on key words and language
  • Input on the transferability of skills, and
  • Ideas for developing a personal brand.

 

Members taking up the offer will receive a CV template so they can begin to populate this and Anna will then follow up with an initial face to face or telephone conversation to review the draft content.  Anna will work with you via email and telephone, providing support to develop and refine your CV to the point where it is ready to share with prospective employers.

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7th August, 2017

Ticket offer for football fans

 

Members of Derbyshire Benevolent Trust can once again take advantage of an offer giving them a 20 per cent discount on all Derby County’s home fixtures in the coming season.

 

The first fixture is against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday 12 August at 3pm with tickets starting at  £21.60 for adults,  £15.20 for seniors, £12 for under 18s and £6.80 for children under 12.

 

A few days later, there is an evening match, starting at 7.45pm on Tuesday 15 August, against Preston North End. Adult tickets will be just £16 with similar discounts on all other tickets.

 

Click here to find out how to book your tickets.

 


28th July, 2017

Summer of Fun at Drayton Manor

Drayton Manor Park has been the backdrop to millions of fun family memories and welcomed more than 50 million visitors in its 67-year history.

So during the school summer holidays, why not take advantage of our members’ offer which will save you 20 per cent on the entry price?

Drayton Manor Park and Thomas Land is planning a Summer of Fun event which runs from Wednesday 26 July to Monday 4 September and has a wide range of activities on offer to visitors.

As well as Europe’s only Thomas Land, Drayton Manor has a 15 acre conservation zoo which boasts a number of new arrivals.

The theme park has fun rides for people of all ages and offers a great value day out.

Click here to book tickets.

 


18th July, 2017

Insurance Scheme update

Members of our Group Insurance Scheme are advised to log in to the members’ area to get an updated list of useful telephone numbers.

The list includes the policy details for the worldwide travel insurance and its 24-hour emergency assistance and non-emergency claims telephone numbers. It also provides contact details for motor breakdown cover, Red Arc Plus and the legal expenses helpline.

 


14th July, 2017

Alton Towers offer

With the school summer holidays fast-approaching, why not plan a family day out at Alton Towers?

Members of Derbyshire Benevolent Trust can buy discounted tickets for the theme park for use right up to 11 September this year.

The discount allows members to buy adult tickets for £26 each and children’s tickets (for those aged three to 11) for £22.

To qualify for the offer, tickets have to be ordered by 31 July 2017.

Click here for more details.

 


12th July, 2017