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11/01/2023: Ockbrook has been renamed 'Potbrook' by one social media user whilst reporting that a previously patched part of a local road had begun to break up again.
Helen Wathall
11/01/2023: Family-owned funeral directors, Wathall’s, which has an Erewash branch in Borrowash, have confirmed dates for this year’s daytime and evening free programmes designed to help people come to terms with bereavement.
Pictured, from left: Safe and Sound fundraising/marketing officer, Lucy Dey and CEO Tracy Harrison with Wathall’s managing director Helen Wathall and business development manager Bec Wathall.
03/01/2023: A firm of funeral directors which has a base in Erewash, has donated five computers to Derbyshire's specialist child exploitation charity Safe and Sound which will be passed onto local families in need.
22/12/2022: Any borough resident having entered Derbyshire County Council's short-stories competition will be disappointed after none were named in the winner and runners up places.
From left, Miss Davies, Eashan and Ockash Treasurer Dave
14/12/2022: Officials at the Ockash Trust have expressed delight at being able to visit a local school to support a recipient of a Citizens Award.
08/12/2022: Erewash Borough Council is offering support and guidance during the cost of living crisis for all residents. 
05/12/2022: Officers from Derbyshire Constabulary have issued an appeal after the body of a man in his late teens was found by a major road in the borough.
02/12/2022: Residents are invited to sign up to learn something new with Derbyshire County Council’s Adult Community Education Service.
30/11/2022: With the aim to offer somewhere warm, comfortable and welcoming for people struggling to heat their home and/or if feeling isolated, Warm Spaces are being set up across the borough to run during the Winter months, using funding available from Derbyshire County Council.
Fay and Michael
28/11/2022: A firm of funeral directors with an office in Erewash has published a new book to help adults come to terms with losing a loved one.

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