An online resource for the good people of Derbyshire.


Designed and developed to help people find and recommend businesses within the Derby area.

Our main aim being to encourage as many local businesses as possible to register so that the data can be used to create an engaging online experience for everyone living, working in or visiting this great city.

Key Aims
  • An engaging online experience
  • Always promoting excellence
  • Encouraging interaction
  • Raising profiles
  • Reaching new audiences
Key Figures
  • Twitter followers
  • Approved Listings
  • Food & drink establishments
  • Places to stay
  • Places to visit

5 good reasons why you should register your business

  • An online resource

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    You benefit from an expanding and extensive local network that helps to generate additional business in a city and surrounding area that we are all helping to thrive.

    We want to raise local profiles and give you the attention you deserve, because what is good for you is good for us.

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  • Everyone is welcome

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    If you don't have the budget for your own website's design and development at the moment, the good news is that you will now have the opportunity to promote your services to thousands of potential customers through your new dedicated listing.

    Register today

  • Promote yourself

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    If you have your own website, your listing with us will feed more potential customers directly to your site because search engines look for the external links into your website to determine your site's relevance and ‘page rank’.

    Brilliant eh?

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  • Raise your profile

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    People are creatures of habit so, even if a potential customer knows your direct web address, they will often use Google to search for comparative prices or maybe even an alternative option before (potentially) visiting your site and making a purchase.

    In short, the more references to your services there are on the Internet, the better it is for you.

    Get listed now

  • Embrace the future

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    Everybody is using the Internet nowadays, and folk are more likely to be using a search engine such as Google to find local businesses, rather than traditional (older) methods.

    Put simply; if you register with us, more people will see your business.

    Get your custom URL

Recently Approved Listing

The Cottonworks Restaurant

The Cottonworks is nestled away on the banks of the river Derwent in the oldest building in…

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Find an excellent Derby business easily with our alphabetical listing.

Register your business today.

Twitter Feed

RT @_chriscoles_: Narrative around Rooney's #dcfc exit suggested players wouldn't sign without him - almost "here's what you could have won…
Chris Coles
@OnePodBeyond Crying over fake news.
City of Derby
RT @ConorHourihane: Delighted to have signed and can’t wait to get going in this exciting new chapter for the club! 🐏🖤🤍
Conor Hourihane
RT @dcfcofficial: The vastly-experienced James Chester will be with us for 2022/23! ✌️🐏 #DCFC
Derby County
RT @dcfcofficial: We are thrilled to confirm the signing of Republic of Ireland international midfielder @ConorHourihane on a two-year deal…
Derby County
RT @OwenBradley: First chat with new 🐏 @ConorHourihane ➡️
Owen Bradley
RT @JPercyTelegraph: #dcfc set to complete the signings of free agents Conor Hourihane, James Chester and David McGoldrick. Derby also hope…
John Percy

Did You Know

TV series Peak Practice is set in the fictional village of Cardale - this is, in fact, Crich in Derbyshire. The popular series has filmed at several locations around the county.

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