Borough Wide News

07/04/2020: In a plea to local residents, the council is asking people to think carefully about creating excess rubbish until a time when it can be disposed of properly.
07/04/2020: Residents are being encouraged by Derbyshire County Council to ‘say something if you see something’ to help keep children and young people safe during the coronavirus outbreak.
07/04/2020: Extra funding released by the Government to support local small businesses during the coronavirus outbreak has been welcomed by the leader of Derbyshire County Council Councillor Barry Lewis.
07/04/2020: An award-winning PR boss leapt into action to help ensure a co-ordinated ‘army’ of volunteers was formed online to help ‘vulnerable’ people amid the Coronavirus outbreak.
07/04/2020: Following the decision to extend the public consultation on the proposals to develop housing at several sites in Erewash, the Borough Council would like to confirm its commitment to honour the 12-week consultation period.
06/04/2020: Due to the challenging times we are all currently facing, and to keep safe, Erewash Borough Council has taken the decision to cancel this year’s Erewash in Bloom, the flagship project of Erewash Borough Council’s Pride in Erewash campaign. 
06/04/2020: Derby College’s teaching moved online from Friday March 20 and Broomfield Hall has continued to support students whose parents are key workers or who are vulnerable.
04/04/2020: A local radio presenter has come up with a novel way of keeping listeners and locals entertained each day throughout the Coronavirus lockdown.
03/04/2020: The Chief Executive of Treetops Hospice has issued a statement offering thanks to the public for the level of support for the charity's Emergency Appeal.
03/04/2020: Trading standards officers from Derbyshire County Council have teamed up with district and borough councils and Derbyshire police to ensure that businesses that are required to close to help protect the public during the coronavirus outbreak are closed.

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