Cotmanhay News

07/04/2021: Here is some useful information and links to support services within Erewash and Derbyshire.
07/04/2021: Supporting our community, the Cotmanhay Community Shop is open each Wednesday from 11:30am to 1:30pm.
01/04/2021: Residents are being urged to have their say on the future of the borough now that the green light has been given for a second round of public consultation on Erewash Borough Council’s proposed sites for new housing over the next two decades.
30/03/2021: Erewash Borough Council has approved and launched a six-week public consultation on revised options for growth.
Save Cotmanhay & Shipley Green Belt logo
22/03/2021: A campaign group is calling on Erewash Borough Council to reconsider its inclusion of some of Cotmanhay’s last remaining greenbelt in their latest proposal for new housing in Erewash.
Derbyshire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Clean Growth and Regeneration Councillor Tony King (left) helping to plant Chaucer Junior School’s Sakura cherry blossom tree with pupils Grace (left) and Charlotte (right) and the school’s Community and Gard
17/03/2021: With spring just around the corner, Derbyshire is set to blossom this year with the arrival of 100 new Sakura cherry trees including a number in Erewash.
Councillor Carol Hart, Derbyshire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Health and Communities, cuts the first sod at the council’s new care home development in Cotmanhay, with project manager for Wates Construction Limited, Robert Stobo.
09/03/2021: Work on a new state-of-the-art Derbyshire County Council care home is about to get under way.
11/02/2021: Five community groups in Erewash have received a slice of nearly £7,000 of funding thanks to the council’s latest round of community grant awards.  One of the successful recipients, Erewash Sound, who are based in Vernon Street, Cotmanhay, has received £2,000 and will use the funding to update their servers and the use of a modern operating system.  It will also help fund Erewash Sound’s Training Academy. 
20/11/2020: Work is expected to start on building a new Derbyshire County Council care home in the borough early next year.
PCC Hardyal Dhindsa and Liam Parker
20/08/2020: A youth mentorship programme helping to train young people in trades such as horticulture and joinery to prevent them turning to crime has received a special visit from Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa.

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