Cotmanhay News

07/07/2020: Local MP Maggie Throup has welcomed the announcement that schools in Erewash are to benefit from funding to improve school facilities.
03/06/2020: The results of Derbyshire County Council’s consultation on the future of 10 of the council’s homes for older people, including three in Erewash, will be considered at a Cabinet meeting on 4 June 2020.
11/03/2020: Four schools in Erewash form part of 25 schools across the county which are set to benefit from a £570,000 Derbyshire County Council funding boost to help give children the best start in life.
03/03/2020: A local radio station kicked off tenth anniversary celebrations by presenting the Breakfast Show live from buses travelling throughout the Erewash borough. 
08/02/2020: The lowest council tax increase for five years has been approved by Derbyshire County Council.
03/02/2020: Derbyshire County Council is pressing ahead with plans to build a new care home in Cotmanhay to replace Hazelwood Home for Older People.
11/01/2020: Students and staff from Ormiston Ilkeston Enterprise Academy invited members of the local community to a special get-together.
30/12/2019: Proposals to develop several sites in Erewash look set to go out for extensive public consultation as the Borough Council works to find land for more than 6,500 new homes over the next two decades in order to meet local needs and government targets
Cotmanhay Junior School choir members with Santa Claus (bus driver Steve Simpson) and Mrs Claus (trentbarton team leader Leeann Shearer)
22/12/2019: A trentbarton bus gave a junior school choir a lift to and from a carol concert at Haddon House Care Home in Ilkeston.
23/11/2019: Hundreds of primary school pupils took part in Erewash School Sport Partnership’s first ever racquet festival.