Cotmanhay News

10/05/2022: A Summer Fair is to be held at the Cotmanhay Adult Community Education Centre on Wednesday 18th May from 1pm to 5pm as part of aims to engage local people with learning and job opportunities.
From left to right: Mannion and Sissons
21/03/2022: A drug dealing duo who worked together to sell illegal substances have been jailed after they were caught by officers in Ilkeston.
08/03/2022: A man has been arrested after an attempted burglary in Ilkeston.
02/02/2022: Hot on the heels of the long-anticipated restoration of the Grade II* listed Bennerley Viaduct and its opening as a walking and cycle way, a local community group has been awarded funding to help to secure the future of the “Iron Giant”. The Friends of Bennerley Viaduct’s project, Bridging the Gap, due to start in March 2022, has been made possible by a grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Real Life Options logo
20/01/2022: Real Life Options is an organisation building services from a base in Ilkeston.  First established in 1992, and with a head office in Knottingley, West Yorkshire, the lead organisation was set up to support and empower people with learning disabilities and autism to have more choice and greater control over their lives.
Councillor Carol Hart, Derbyshire County Council's Cabinet Member for Health and Communities, with Wates Group project manager Robert Stobo at the Bennerley Fields Care Home foundation stone ceremony
23/11/2021: A new, state-of-the-art care home built by Derbyshire County Council is taking shape.
26/07/2021: If and when you need them, there are a few projects running in the Erewash borough which help provide basic food essentials.  To add to, or amend this list, contact us.
12/07/2021: A fourth man has now been charged with the alleged murder of a 22-year-old man following a disturbance in Ilkeston.
17/06/2021: The Cubs Nursery for two year old children and who are part of Cotmanhay Infant School have places available to start in September.
15/06/2021: Specialist Derbyshire charity Safe and Sound has expanded its weekly outreach programme into parts of Erewash in a bid to raise awareness of the support available to protect more young people from child exploitation.