Cotmanhay News

19/09/2017: Local MP Maggie Throup will again be holding a series of roaming advice surgeries across Erewash for constituents to drop in and discuss any issues or concerns they may have.
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07/09/2017: Proposals to consult on closing a care home are to be considered by Derbyshire County Council next week (w/c 11 September 2017).
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20/07/2017: Fencing, howler javelin, sprinting and boccia were just some of the activities that pupils experienced at a multi-sports event organised by Erewash School Sport Partnership.
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12/07/2017: More than 300 primary school pupils enjoyed a Minecraft-themed STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) day at Ormiston Ilkeston Enterprise Academy.
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16/03/2017: Fire crews and Police were called to the former Gardner Aerospace building on Cotmanhay Road, Ilkeston on the evening of Wednesday 15th March. The building was significantly ablaze and crews were at the scene for some time.
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13/03/2017: More community projects are set to benefit from Derbyshire County Council’s Community Priorities Programme, including a number from the Erewash borough.
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09/11/2016: A Derbyshire project that runs activities for people with experience of homelessness and other issues has been given £1,000 by Derbyshire County Council and local councillor Glennice Birkin
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29/10/2016: Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service have reported that, at 6:00pm on Saturday 15 October 2016, firefighters attended the Cotmanhay home of a 96 year old female who had fallen asleep whilst smoking, causing the blanket covering her to catch fire. The smouldering fire activated a Portable Misting...
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13/05/2010: Two new Neighbourhood Watches were set up on the evening of Monday 10th May. A total of 13 members formed a watch for Skeavingtons Lane, Cotmanhay, whilst another was also established covering nearby Barlborough Road and Brands Close, which has 20 members. To start a new scheme in your area, or to...
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05/02/2010: Ilkeston and District 50+ forum is seeking new members. The group has regular discussions, is run by the people of the area, and works with local authories and organisations to give the over 50s a local voice. If you have any ideas, or would like to join, contact Ilkeston and District 50+, 1...
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