Erewash News

Save the date!  26th January!
24/01/2022: A local author from Long Eaton is launching a new book on January 26th 2022.
20/01/2022: Last updated at 09:30 on 20th January Erewash Sound brings you a round up of what matters most during the pandemic as your genuinely local radio station.
Joined Up Care Derbyshire
12/01/2022: General practices across Derbyshire are only managing urgent appointments for the rest of January as they cope with staff shortages of up to 30% caused by the spread of the Omicron variant of the Covid-19 virus.
The communal effort to save Derby County gathers momentum
24/01/2022: Major employers in Derby have given their backing to efforts by the city to ensure the survival of Derby County.
Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber - Scott Knowles
24/01/2022: The Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber has commented on the Prime Minister’s announcement that Covid-19 tests will be scrapped for fully-vaccinated travellers arriving in England.
24/01/2022: Community groups looking for a new challenge for 2022 are being asked by Derbyshire County Council to consider running one of its libraries - one of them sited in the Erewash borough.
Maggie Throup MP
21/01/2022: Following an approach to her office, Erewash Sound has received a statement from Erewash MP Maggie Throup regarding the plight of Derby County and her part in the fight to save the Rams from the threat of liquidation.
Mike Stevenson and Ian Skipp from Futures Housing Group
21/01/2022: East Midlands-based housing association, Futures Housing Group, has successfully issued a £70m tap issuance of its 2044 bond. The 10,300 home landlord will use the funds to help deliver its ambitious plans which include building more new homes across the region as well as investing in the energy performance of existing homes.
21/01/2022: Erewash Sound is pleased and proud to present the latest results from the Treetops Hospice Lottery draw.
20/01/2022: Proposals to keep a rise in council tax as low as possible while continuing to protect and invest in vital services and managing on-going significant budget pressures are to be considered by Derbyshire County Council next week. The county council’s Cabinet will meet on Monday (24th January 2022) to consider how the authority will manage and spend a proposed £618.457m net budget for 2022-23, and at what level it will set its council tax for the coming year.

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