Borough Wide News

17/01/2021: Erewash Sound has partnered with The Giving Lottery to give you the chance to win up to a jackpot of £25,000 by matching numbers* on your £1 ticket in their weekly draw.
16/01/2021: Erewash residents are being reminded to make sure their refuse and recycling bins are out and ready for collection before 7am in the morning.
16/01/2021: The Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber, which represents the interests of businesses in the three counties, has commented in the wake of a Supreme Court ruling that found in favour of small firms receiving payments from business interruption insurance policies.
Tina and Phil from Poppy PR
16/01/2021: An award-winning East Midlands PR Boss has hired an experienced journalist and PR professional, to provide on-call support for her expanding client list.
15/01/2021: The UK’s leading charity for adoptive families, Adoption UK, welcomes today’s announcement of the launch of the Government's much-anticipated Care Review. 
15/01/2021: The Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber has commented after the latest Gross Domestic Product figures from the Office of National Statistics showed that the economy shrank by 2.6% in November.
15/01/2021: Erewash Sound is both pleased and proud to present the latest results from the Treetops Hospice Care Lottery draw.
Rachel Parry
14/01/2021: As Lockdown across England puts an even greater emphasis on the health and wellbeing of older people in isolation, the Goldies Charity is increasing its weekly online content to include gentle chair-exercise at home.
Rural Action Derbyshire
14/01/2021: Village Halls Week 2021 will recognise the contribution England’s 10,000+ halls have made to rural communities since the 1920s.
Public Health England
14/01/2021: Over 80% of those aged 65 and over in England have received the flu vaccine so far this year – the highest uptake ever achieved. In the East Midlands, over 768,000 GP registered patients had their flu jab, an increase of almost 60,000 from the previous year. Last year saw more people having their flu jab over a 3-month period than they did in 6 months during the last flu season pre-pandemic.