Erewash News

09/01/2018: Erewash Borough Council will restart its garden waste collections at the end of January in the north of the borough and the beginning of February in the south.
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09/01/2018: Erewash Sound is pleased to present the latest round up of news from the Ockbrook Redhill branch of the W.I. Tessa Brooks reports.
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07/01/2018: With the New Year underway, Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service (DFRS) is asking people to make testing their smoke alarms weekly one of their 2018 new year’s resolutions.
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07/01/2018: Local people, businesses and canal enthusiasts have so far pledged £60,000 towards Derby and Sandiacre Canal Trust’s £100,000 goal to reinstate a ‘Golden Mile’ of canal in Draycott into a leisure attraction.
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07/01/2018: What do you like doing that could help others in your community?  Earn time by helping and sharing skills and talents with a member in your community and then spend that time on something you would like help with - or maybe you'd like to learn something new?
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07/01/2018: Derby College is keen to hear from former students to further build its Alumni and highlight their career successes to inspire current and future students.
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07/01/2018: The Labour Party Parliamentary candidate for Erewash, Catherine Atkinson has released a New Year Statement...
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07/01/2018: An instant messaging service reinstated by Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa to warn the public about crime and reduce their risk of becoming a victim has welcomed more subscribers.
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07/01/2018: Public Health England (PHE) has released a new TV advert highlighting the dangers of tar in cigarettes, as England’s 7 million smokers are urged to make a quit attempt with help from Smokefree this New Year. The latest campaign shows how poisons from tar in cigarettes enter the bloodstream,...
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07/01/2018: Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa has hailed the efforts of the county's first Rural Crime Team whose investigation work helped resolve rural crimes worth a combined £120,000 in its first six months.
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