‘We ride for those who died’

For the second year running, Derbyshire’s Malc Shakespeare and Stu Kershaw are joining colleagues from the Met to cycle from the Police Memorial at Horseguards Parade in London to the National Memorial Arboretum in Alrewas, Staffordshire as part of the Police Unity Tour (PUT). And this year, they will be joined by the Chief Constable,…

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A Message from St George’s Police Children Trust

We are delighted to be able to end this year on a positive update of greater support available for St George’s beneficiaries, through a number of changes and additional benefits available to Beneficiaries from January 2018. For some time suggestions have been coming forward from current beneficiaries for ideas around additional support or where they…

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A message from the DBT chairman

With current events unfolding and new developments coming thick and fast, Andy Smith, chairman of the Derbyshire Benevolent Trust, has a message to share with all members.   A few weeks ago I had planned to write a light-hearted article for this Spring news item, probably something involving travel or sports. Things have definitely moved…

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A notice for Group Insurance Scheme members

With the current climate Philip Williams, brokers of the Derbyshire Benevolent Trust’s Group Insurance Scheme (GIS), has released a statement for all members.     Please be reassured during the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation we will be handling Sickness Benefit Claims as a priority to ensure there is no undue delay in issuing benefit payments…

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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…

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An update on travel insurance

Since this news item was published Millstream Underwriting has issued a bulletin of general advice and answers to common questions. You can view this bulletin here.   Travelling right now is in a state of flux, as such the advice and guidance to our members is always subject to change. A few weeks ago we…

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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…

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