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Maisie and mum, Zoe.
28/06/2022: Treetops Hospice is asking the local community to support their fundraising appeal to help care for bereaved children and young people like 15 year old Maisie.
21/06/2022: A bike recycling scheme run by volunteers has now raised over £100,000 for local charities across Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.
Whizzbikes for Treetops
23/05/2022: A retired social services manager with a passion for fixing things is helping a local end-of-life charity to raise thousands of pounds.
Picture shows, from left: Mark Richardson, The High Sheriff of Derbyshire Michael Copestake, Molly Windsor and Tracy Harrison
04/05/2022: Derbyshire-born actor Molly Windsor, who starred in a television drama about child sexual exploitation and has since been an active ambassador for local Safe and Sound, has been officially recognised with an award.
10/01/2022: A Wellbeing Café is open every Saturday from 10:00am to 12noon at at St. Michael's Church, Breaston.
10/01/2022: Do you know where the cycle racks are in the centre of Breaston village?  Do you even know they exist?
13/09/2021: A fundraising hero known as ‘Pushbike Paul’ has been recognised for his incredible efforts with a Derbyshire Beacon of Hope Award.
A 3D view render of 96 Draycott Road, formerly Middlestead House
02/09/2021: The Erewash borough is to be the home of a new hospital serving Derbyshire and surrounding areas, providing one of the most under-supplied medical services in the UK.
Picture shows, from left: Laura Ryder (Derby Theatre), Joe Sheridan (Baby People), Molly Windsor and Sally Littlewood
21/06/2021: Derbyshire-born actress Molly Windsor, who is an ambassador for child exploitation charity Safe and Sound, has been the guest of honour at a performance to celebrate an innovative creative project for local children and young people.
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07/05/2021: Updated: 0938 8th MayErewash Sound brings you a summary of the results from the relevant local elections as they come in.