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:

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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Men’s shed open day

Members of Derbyshire Benevolent Trust are being urged to attend an open day at the county’s first men’s shed.

The Swanwick Men’s Shed will be officially opened on Saturday 17 June and is opening its doors from 11am to 2pm that day to allow anyone with an interest in the project to go along to find out more.

The volunteers behind the project would particularly welcome people who:

  • Have skills to share or want to learn new skills
  • Can sort out and maintain tools
  • Want to start their own hobby, such as cooking, computer skills or cycle repair.
  • Can make and/or drink tea or coffee, eat cake and help with shed housekeeping.

Click here for more details.


6th June, 2017

Drive away with a discount on a new Toyota

Members of Derbyshire Benevolent Trust (DBT) can save almost £2,500 on the price of a new Toyota C-HR 1.2T Icon Nav under a new deal being offered by Motor Source Group.

The discount means members will pay £19,344.07, a saving of £2,470.92.

Motor Source offers DBT members savings of up to 30 percent on cars from all leading makes including Audi, Citroen, Honda, Hyundai, Seat, Mercedes Benz, Peugeot, Ford, Toyota, Volvo, Skoda, Mitsubishi, Volkswagen, Lexus, Suzuki, Kia, Nissan, BMW and Mini.

See here for more details.


12th May, 2017

Discounted tickets for Drayton Manor

All members of Derbyshire Benevolent Trust (DBT) can now get discounted tickets for the Drayton Manor theme park in Staffordshire.

Drayton Manor boasts a range of fun attractions including rides, the ever-popular Thomas Land, a zoo and special events.

The exclusive discount means DBT members will pay just £18 for a day ticket, a massive 53 per cent saving on the usual £39 fee, children aged four to 11 and the over 60s will pay £16 rather than £29 while tickets for children aged two to three will be £6.50 each rather than £7. The under twos go free and parking is also free of charge for 2017.

All members must show their DBT membership card on entry.

Click here for more details.


18th April, 2017

Calling all footie fans

Members of Derbyshire Benevolent Trust have access to an exclusive discounted ticket offer for the next two Derby County home games.

The Rams play Queens Park Rangers at the Pride Park Stadium next Friday (31 March) at 7.45pm. Ticket prices start from £20.40 for adults, £14,40 for seniors and £11.60 for under 18s. Under 12s go free.

The following Tuesday (4 April), the side face Fulham, again with a 7.45pm kick-off. Tickets start at £17.60 for adults, £12.40 for seniors, £10 for under 18s and £5.60 for under 12s.

Click here for more details.


15th March, 2017

Spring magazine

The latest edition of our members’ magazine Life’s For… is now available to view online.

This edition features a wide range of articles aimed at members including features on the Police Treatment Centres and the successful Derbyshire Benevolent Trust Seminar earlier this year.

Click here to view Life’s For….

Printed copies will be sent out to members from next week.

15th March, 2017

Thinking of buying a new car?

New car tax rules come in on 1 April 2017 so if you are thinking of buying a new car now could be a good time to do so. With this in mind, Vauxhall Partners have a new offer for members. More…

2nd March, 2017

DBT strikes car park deal

Officers and staff have described parking in Chesterfield as a ‘nightmare’.More…

25th Feb, 2017

Suzuki offer

Motorsource Group is offering members of Derbyshire Benevolent Trust a great deal on a new Suzuki AX-4 S Cross 1.0 car.Find out more…

25th Feb, 2017