Borrowash News

Wathall's bereavement support coordinator Fay Floor, left, with Helen Wathall.
25/01/2021: A firm of funeral directors which has a base in Erewash has launched a new service to help employers better understand and support colleagues who have lost a loved one.
Fay Bloor from Wathall's
18/01/2021: Family-owned Wathall’s, Derby’s longest established independent funeral directors, have expanded their unique Dandelions Bereavement Support programme to help more local people come to terms with losing a loved one.
Helen Wathall at DCFC
07/01/2021: A funeral directors which has a base in Erewash, has renewed its partnership with Derby County Football Club for a fourth year.
True Connect directors and Erewash residents Neil Shaw, left, and Tim Rookes
08/12/2020: Two Erewash entrepreneurs have launched a new telecommunications division after seeing its growth expectations double during the coronavirus pandemic.
23/11/2020: The Annual Celebration of Remembrance and Hope gives families time to remember loved ones as Christmas approaches.  Now, a firm of undertakers which has a base in Borrowash, has teamed up with Derby Cathedral to ensure that local people can still take time to remember their loved ones with a special pre-recorded service that will be available online.
Helen Wathall
13/11/2020: Helen Wathall MBE has won the title of Family Business Director of the Year in the prestigious Midlands Institute of Directors annual awards.
13/10/2020: Library users will be able to request books from branches across the county again later this month as the service takes another step towards business as usual.
Mid-Derbyshire MP Pauline Latham
29/09/2020: An MP representing part of the Erewash borough has told students to go against the Government if it instructs them that they cannot return home for Christmas.
24/09/2020: A Borrowash teenager is amongst the first students on a Professional Construction Study programme at Derby College as the Minister for Apprenticeships and Skills Gillian Keegan MP paid a visit.
11/09/2020: A number of borough schools are set to benefits from building improvements thanks to a £1.9 million Derbyshire County Council funding initiative.

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