Borough Wide News

03/10/2019: Erewash Sound presents the latest round up of news from the Ockbrook Redhill branch of the WI - Susan Maclaine reports.
02/10/2019: With the month long countdown well and truly on before the UK’s scheduled departure from the EU, the East Midlands Chamber is continuing to support businesses in their preparations for change; regardless of what the landscape looks like on 1 November.
trentbarton customer Sophia Zielinski-Keall (front) with her mum Dawn Keall
02/10/2019: The East Midlands bus company trentbarton is rolling out tap-on tap-off contactless payment on all its services from Sunday October 6.
02/10/2019: More than 10,000 young people visited the Derbyshire Skills Festival this year – the largest careers event in the county.
Tracy Powell and Tina Clough
02/10/2019: An Ilkeston based PR boss has landed a job lecturing students at Nottingham Trent University for a second year running, after helping many young people to secure their first position in public relations.
30/09/2019: At the Labour Party Conference, prospective Erewash MP Catherine Atkinson announced that she will stand in the general election on a pledge to fight HS2.
The Knife Angel
30/09/2019: The first of a series of short videos highlighting the story behind the iconic Knife Angel and the impact of knife crime on society has been launched ahead of the statue’s arrival in the county.
30/09/2019: Following the ever-growing popularity of fitness trackers, smartphones and the ‘This Girl Can’ campaign, Erewash Borough Council now has its own, free activity tracking app. 
30/09/2019: Derbyshire library-users are being asked to renew their books online or in person at a branch from Friday 1 November, rather than ring Call Derbyshire.
30/09/2019: East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire) and the wider Chamber Network have launched a new campaign to celebrate, support and develop the most important part of any business – its people.

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