Borrowash News

27/03/2020: Erewash Sound is pleased and proud to present the latest round up of news from the Ockbrook Redhill branch of the WI - Susan Maclaine reports.
20/03/2020: All 45 Derbyshire County Council-run libraries, the Buxton Museum and Art Gallery and the Derbyshire Record Office in Matlock are to temporarily close at 5pm today (Friday 20 March) to protect staff and customers using the services from the risk of coronavirus and to help to prevent its spread.
18/03/2020: In response to the latest government advice, Derbyshire County Council has taken the decision to cancel remaining public consultation drop-in sessions in relation to the consultation about the future of our care homes, including one in the Erewash borough.
17/03/2020: Following on from last year’s successful Balanceability project, Erewash Borough Council’s Sport and Health Development team are once again offering places for their very popular bike courses for kids.
03/03/2020: A local radio station kicked off tenth anniversary celebrations by presenting the Breakfast Show live from buses travelling throughout the Erewash borough. 
03/03/2020: Erewash Sound is pleased to present the latest round of news from the Ockbrook Redhill branch of the WI.  Susan Maclaine brings us the round up for February 2020.
23/02/2020: Derbyshire County Council officials are asking users of Borrowash Library for views over opening hours and what would suit them best.
20/02/2020: Fantastic gymnastics festivals were enjoyed by hundreds of schoolchildren across Erewash.
08/02/2020: Erewash residents are being offered their chance to give their views on proposals to close two of the county council’s care homes – which need significant work including comprehensive re-wiring – and the refurbishment of another to ensure the safety of elderly residents.
16/01/2020: Proposals to consult on the closure of seven homes for older people which need significant improvement due to the deteriorating state of the buildings and the need as a priority to ensure the safety of residents are to be discussed by Derbyshire County Council.