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Under den industrielle revolusjonen var Derby og Derbyshire sentrale stader. Fotballaga til byen Derby County F.
The rainfall in Derby is significant, with precipitation even during the driest month. This location is classified as Cfb according to the Köppen climate classification.
Under the Köppen climatic classification, Derby, in spite of its distance from large bodies of water, has an oceanic climate along with the rest of the British Isles.
The average annual temperature is 9. Derby's two biggest employers,  Rolls-Royce Holdings and Toyota , are engaged in engineering manufacturing.
Other companies of note include railway systems engineering firm Bombardier Transportation , who manufacture railway rolling stock at Derby Litchurch Lane Works ; First Source, who deal with much of Sky's telephone support; and Alstom , who manufacture large power plant boilers and heat exchangers.
Derby power station on Silk Mill Lane supplied electricity to the town and the surrounding area from until its closure in In the s the firm was bought by Rolls-Royce plc and then sold on again to ABB Group.
Derby was the home of Core Design originally based on Ashbourne Road , who developed the successful video game Tomb Raider. When Derby's inner ring road was completed in , a section of it was named 'Lara Croft Way' after the game's heroine Lara Croft.
One of Derby's longest-established businesses is Royal Crown Derby , which has been producing porcelain since the s. The Midlands Co-operative Society , a predecessor of Central England Co-operative , traced its origins to Derby Co-operative Provident Society which, in , was one of the first co-operatives in the region.
Infinity Park Derby is a planned business park for aerospace, rail and automotive technology adjacent to the Rolls-Royce site in Sinfin.
In December , the government announced that the park would gain enterprise zone status by being added to Nottingham Enterprise Zone.
However, during the 20th century, railway manufacturing developed elsewhere, while in Derby the emphasis shifted to other industries.
Even though it had pioneered the introduction of diesel locomotives, new production finished in [ citation needed ].
Repair work gradually diminished until the locomotive works closed, the land being redeveloped as Pride Park. The only buildings remaining are those visible from Platform 6 of the station.
The Carriage and Wagon Works continues to build trains under Bombardier Transportation. The Railway Technical Centre continues to house railway businesses, including the headquarters of DeltaRail Group , formerly the British Rail Research Division.
Derby railway station retains an important position in the railway network. East Midlands Railway operate Derby Etches Park depot while Network Rail and Rail Operations Group also maintain trains in Derby.
The city is favoured as a site for a national railway centre. Derby is also the headquarters of the Derby Railway Engineering Society , founded in to promote railway engineering expertise both in the city and nationally.
Derby Cathedral tower is feet 65 metres tall to the tip of the pinnacles. This has been home to a pair of breeding peregrine falcons since ,  monitored by four webcams.
Derby Gaol is a visitor attraction based in the dungeons of the Derbyshire County Gaol, which dates back to Derby Industrial Museum is housed in Derby Silk Mill and shows the industrial heritage and technological achievement of Derby, including Rolls-Royce aero engines , railways, mining, quarrying and foundries.
Pickford's House Museum was built by architect Joseph Pickford in It was his home and business headquarters. Derby Museum and Art Gallery shows paintings by Joseph Wright , as well as fine Royal Crown Derby porcelain, natural history, local regiments and archaeology.
Pickford also designed St Helen's House in King Street. The skyline of the inner city changed in when the inner ring road with its two new crossings of the River Derwent was built.
The route of the ring road went through the St Alkmund's Church and its Georgian churchyard , the only Georgian square in Derby.
Both were demolished to make way for the road, a move still criticised today. Thus the editor Elizabeth Williamson of the 2nd edition of Pevsner for Derbyshire wrote: " As a traffic scheme this road is said to be a triumph; as townscape it is a disaster.
The city has extensive transport links with other areas of the country. Other major roads passing through or near Derby include the A6 historically the main route from London to Carlisle , also linking to Leicester and Manchester , A38 Bodmin to Mansfield via Bristol and Birmingham , A50 Warrington to Leicester via Stoke-on-Trent , A52 Newcastle-under-Lyme to Mablethorpe , including Brian Clough Way linking Derby to Nottingham and A61 Derby to Thirsk via Sheffield and Leeds.
On 16 March , Mercian Way, the final section of the city's inner ring road, was opened to traffic. Abbey Street is the only road between the two ends from which Mercian Way can be accessed.
Derby railway station is operated by East Midlands Railway and is served by express services to London, the North East and South West, provided by East Midlands and CrossCountry.
There also remain local stations at Peartree and Spondon , although services are limited, especially at the former.
Its proximity to Derby, the fact that the airport is in Leicestershire , and the traditional rivalry between the three cities Derby, Leicester and Nottingham , meant that there was controversy concerning the airport's decision to prefix its name with Nottingham in [ citation needed ].
In , Nottingham East Midlands Airport reverted to its previous name. The airport is served by budget airlines , including Ryanair and Jet2 , with services to domestic and European destinations.
The Derby bus station has 29 bays, 5 for coaches and 24 for general bus services. The city is on National Express ' London to Manchester and Yorkshire to the South West routes.
The ska punk band Lightyear also hail from the city, naming their second album Chris Gentlemens Hairdresser and Railway Book Shop after a shop in Macklin Street.
Derby band The Beekeepers were signed to Beggars Banquet Records between and Singer Jamie East later went on to create entertainment website Holy Moly and present Big Brother's Bit on the Side.
One of Derby's bands is Anti-Pasti , whose debut album The Last Call reached the top 40 in the UK album charts. The band reformed in and again with altered line up in Sinfonia Viva is a chamber orchestra based in Derby, presenting concerts and educational events in the city, across the East Midlands, and occasionally further afield.
A full-scale programme of orchestral and other concerts was presented by Derby LIVE at the Assembly Rooms, though this is currently closed following fire damage in March ; performances continue to take place at the smaller Guildhall Theatre , and in Derby Cathedral.
The amateur classical music scene includes two choral societies, Derby Bach Choir and Derby Choral Union ; smaller choirs including the Derwent Singers and Sitwell Singers ; and Derby Concert Orchestra.
Derby Chamber Music presents an annual series of chamber music concerts at Derby University 's Multifaith Centre. A series of organ recitals is presented every summer at Derby Cathedral.
The folk-music scene includes the annual Derby Folk Festival. Derby Jazz promotes a year-round series of performances and workshops.
Other music venues in the city include The Venue on Abbey Street, The Hairy Dog on Becket Street, Ryans Bar in the St Peters Quarter, The Flowerpot on King's Street, and The Victoria Inn.
Derby has had a number of theatres, including the Grand Theatre which was opened from  until This replaced the earlier Theatre Royal.
After a lengthy period of financial uncertainty, Derby Playhouse closed in February It was resurrected in September of that year after a new financing package was put together but forced to close again just two months later because of further financial problems.
The lease was later bought by Derby University and the building was renamed Derby Theatre. Along with the Assembly Rooms and Guildhall Theatre, it was operated by Derby LIVE, the cultural arm of Derby City Council.
In Derby University took over as sole operator of Derby Theatre; Sarah Brigham was appointed Artistic Director, and has been in post since January QUAD is a centre for art and film that opened in The building has two cinema screens showing independent and mainstream cinema, two gallery spaces housing contemporary visual arts , a digital studio, participation spaces, digital editing suites, artists studio and the BFI Mediatheque.
QUAD organises the annual Derby Film Festival, and the FORMAT international photography festival, held every two years at various venues throughout the city.
The Robert Ludlam Theatre, on the campus of Saint Benedict Catholic School and Performing Arts College , is a seat venue with a programme of entertainment including dance, drama, art, music, theatre in the round , comedy, films, family entertainment, rock and pop events and workshops.
The theatre company Oddsocks is based in Derby and stages productions in the city and the surrounding area, as well as travelling the country.
It offers a weekly class programme and a year-round professional performance programme for children, young people and adults, and a community development programme.
Derby Book Festival, first held in , takes place in June, with events throughout the city. The first Six Streets Arts trail was in June ,  took place again in and will now be a biennial event.
It includes strong input from the local History Network  which was awarded a Heritage Lottery grant to pursue its work on marking the th anniversary of World War 1.
John Dexter the theatre director and the actor Alan Bates were from Derby. John Osborne wrote his play Look Back in Anger in while living in Derby and working at Derby Playhouse.
Derby gained a high profile in sport following the appointment of Brian Clough as manager of Derby County F. Promotion to the Football League First Division was achieved in , and County were champions of the English league three years later.
Following Clough's resignation in , his successor Dave Mackay guided Derby County to another league title in , but this remains to date the club's last major trophy; relegation followed in and top flight status was not regained until , since when Derby have spent a total of 11 seasons —, —, — in the top flight.
Former players include Colin Todd , Roy McFarland who both later had brief and unsuccessful stints as manager at the club , Dave Mackay, Peter Shilton , Dean Saunders , Craig Short , Marco Gabbiadini , Horacio Carbonari , Fabrizio Ravanelli , Steve Bloomer and Tom Huddlestone.
The club moved from its century-old Baseball Ground in to the new Pride Park Stadium. There are three senior non-league football clubs based in the city.
Mickleover Sports play at Station Road, Mickleover , and are members of the EvoStik Northern Premier League the seventh level of the English football league system.
Graham Street Prims and Borrowash Victoria are both members of the East Midlands Counties League level ten and play on adjacent grounds at the Asterdale complex in Spondon.
Derbyshire County Cricket Club are based at the County Ground in Derby and play almost all home matches there, although matches at Chesterfield were re-introduced in One of the designated first class county sides, they have won the County Championship once, in Derby has clubs in both codes of rugby.
In rugby union , Derby RFC play in Midlands Division One East the sixth level of English rugby union at their Haslams Lane ground. Rugby league team Derby City RLFC were formed in and compete in the Midlands Premier Division of the National Rugby League Conference.
From they are ground-sharing with Derby RFC at Haslams Lane. The city is represented in the English Basketball League Division One by Derby Trailblazers , who play at the Moorways Sports Centre.
They were formed in following the demise of British Basketball League side Derby Storm. Team Derby, based at Derby Arena , won the inaugural National Badminton League title in — The Arena, opened in , also contains a velodrome that has hosted the Revolution cycling series.
Local industrialist Francis Ley introduced baseball to the town in the late 19th century, and built a stadium near the town centre. The attempt to establish baseball in Derby was unsuccessful, but the stadium survived for some years afterwards as the home of Derby County Football Club.
It was demolished in , six years after County's move to Pride Park. Professional golfer Melissa Reid was born in Derby in She plays on the Ladies European Tour ,  and was a member of the victorious European Team in the Solheim Cup.
Arthur Keily the marathon runner and Olympian was born in Derbyshire in and has lived his whole life in Derby.
In Rome in he broke the English Olympic record, recording a time of 2 hours 27 mins. Derby Arboretum , donated to the town by local philanthropist Joseph Strutt in , was the first planned urban public park in the country.
Although it suffered from neglect in the s, it has been renovated. It has been claimed to have been one of the inspirations for Central Park in New York.
Markeaton Park is Derby's most used leisure facility. Derby is believed to be one of the country's highest, if not the highest, ranking cities for parkland per capita.
Darley and Derwent Parks lie immediately north of the city centre. Derby Rowing Club and Derwent Rowing Club are located on the banks of the river, where there is also a riverside walk and cycle path.
There are four museums: Derby Museum and Art Gallery , Pickford's House Museum , The Silk Mill and The Royal Crown Derby Museum. Shopping in central Derby is divided into three main areas.
These are the Cathedral Quarter , the St Peters Quarter and the Intu Derby shopping centre. The Cathedral Quarter was Derby's first BID Business Improvement District , and includes a large range of shops, boutiques, coffee shops and restaurants.
It is focused around the Cathedral and the area around Irongate and Sadler Gate. It includes the Market place, the Guildhall and Assembly Rooms along with the City Museum and the Silk Mill industrial museum.
The St Peters Quarter is Derby's second Business Improvement District, brought into effect in the summer of Its boundary with the Cathedral Quarter follows Victoria Street, beneath which flows the underground course of the Markeaton Brook.
The quarter boasts a diverse range of retail shops, many of them, in Green Lane, Babington Lane, Osmaston Road and elsewhere, independent traders.
St Peters Street, London Road and East Street also include a large choice of national retailers and pubs, restaurants, banks and offices.
The quarter includes the historic St Peters Church and, on St Peter's Churchyard, the medieval Derby School building. Nearby also is the Old Courthouse and several other notable buildings.
At the eastern end of the quarter is the bus station along with the Hilton Hotel and Holiday Inn, part of the Riverlights Development on the banks of the Derwent.
Intu Derby is the city's main indoor shopping centre. The development was controversial and local opponents accuse it of drawing trade away from the older parts of the city centre where independent shops are located.
Some of these experienced a downturn in trade and some have ceased trading since the development opened leading to the "Lanes" project which eventually became the second BID and the formation of St Peters Quarter.
In the centre itself, a combination of high rents and rising rates have made things difficult for smaller traders. The Friar Gate area contains clubs and bars, making it the centre of Derby's nightlife.
Derby is also well provided with pubs and is renowned for its large number of real ale outlets. The oldest pub is the Grade II listed Ye Olde Dolphin Inne , dating from the late 16th century.
Out-of-town shopping areas include the Kingsway Retail Park, off the A38; the Wyvern Retail Park, near Pride Park; and the Meteor Centre, on Mansfield Road.
Like most of the UK, Derby operates a non-selective primary and secondary education system with no middle schools. Pupils attend infant and junior school often in a combined primary school before moving onto a secondary school.
Many of the secondary schools have sixth forms , allowing pupils to optionally take A Levels after the end of compulsory education.
For those who want to stay in education but leave school, the large Derby College provides post courses for school leavers, apprentices and employer-related training.
It has two main campuses: the Joseph Wright Centre in the centre of Derby, where its A Level courses are based, and the historical Derby Roundhouse , the college's vocational training hub, providing a centre for apprenticeships such as engineering, catering and hair and beauty.
The college also works in partnership with schools across the county to provide vocational training opportunities for students aged 14 upwards.
Training for companies is undertaken through its Corporate College. Inside the state sector, there are 15 secondary schools.
These are: Allestree Woodlands School , Bemrose School , Chellaston Academy , City of Derby Academy , Da Vinci Academy , Derby Manufacturing UTC , Derby Moor Academy , Derby Pride Academy , Landau Forte College , Lees Brook Community School , Littleover Community School , Merrill Academy , Murray Park School , Noel-Baker Academy , Saint Benedict Catholic Voluntary Academy and West Park School.
Outside the state sector, there are three fee-paying independent schools. Derby Grammar School was founded in and was for boys only until , when they accepted girls into the sixth form for the first time.
They aim to continue the work and traditions of the former Derby School , which closed in , one of the oldest schools in England.
Derby has special needs establishments including Ivy House School at the Derby Moor Community Sports College which takes pupils from nursery to sixth form and the Light House which is a respite facility for children and parents.
Allestree Woodlands School have a Hearing Impaired department, and Saint Benedict have an Enhanced Resource Base for pupils to access specialised support within mainstream schooling.
There also a number of alternative provision schools, including Derby Pride Academy. The University of Derby has its main campus on Kedleston Road.
There is another campus in north Derbyshire at Buxton. In the University of Nottingham opened a graduate entry medical school based at Royal Derby Hospital.
The university also has its School of Nursing and Midwifery there, having moved from its former home at the London Road Community Hospital in mid The Derby Telegraph formerly the Derby Evening Telegraph is the city's daily newspaper.
Crime writer Richard Cox set his first book around his own experience as a Derby Telegraph reporter in the s. BBC Radio Derby , the BBC's local station for Derbyshire and East Staffordshire , is based on St Helen's Street in the city and offers local, national and international news, features, music and sports commentaries.
It is available on The BBC in Derby have their own local website for the area providing news, travel and weather information, as well as other features.
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