Borrowash News

10/05/2018: Residents are being encouraged to have their say and help to shape the future of the library service as a consultation is launched by Derbyshire County Council with one borough library affected by the plans.
19/03/2018: Pupils of all ages showed off their moves at a Dance Festival organised by Erewash School Sport Partnership.
13/02/2018: The first students from Derby College’s new level 3 Agriculture study programme based at Broomfield Hall in Morley have secured places at university.
29/01/2018: The Long Eaton & District Talking Newspaper for the Blind & Partially was founded in 1978 (40 years ago) and is a registered charity.
18/01/2018: In a dramatic turn around from earlier indications that the club had resigned from the East Midlands Counties League, Borrowash Victoria FC officials have announced the appointment of a new management team this evening (Thursday 18th).  The new manager has been named as Paul Turner whilst the Secretary is Melvyn Williams.
24/11/2015: There were red faces from developers but smiles all round from campaigners when Erewash Planning Committee slammed the door on controversial plans to build 269 houses on greenbelt land between Borrowash and Spondon.
28/10/2010: Erewash Sound features a tribute to popular Borrowash village barber Ron Newton - the popular hairdreser ran a salon on the main road in the village for decades, until the effects of cancer forced him into a brief retirement before leading to his sad death.
27/06/2010: Tributes have been paid to a traditional and popular Borrowash barber who has died just a short period after ill health forced him into retirement.
06/02/2010: Your local officers are: PC Martin Walker 2833, PCSO Claire March 4508 & PCSO Matt Boyer 4585. Telephone 0845 123 3333 or e-mail longeaton.neighbourhoods(at) (please change the '(at)' for an '@' symbol before e-mailing.) Borrowash & Ockbrook Police Office, 116 Cole Lane, Borrowash. Derbyshire.
06/02/2010: Sixteen people have already joined Ockbrook & Borrowash First Responders Group after a call for volunteers. Organised by the Church Wilne Rotary Club and trained by the East Midlands Ambulance Service, volunteers are equipped with and trained on the use of essential medical equipment to be able to respond early to localised calls for help before paramedics arrive. To set up the new group, the Rotary Club will raise funds for the kit required.