Ilkeston News

David Stacey with his new multiseed loaf
03/02/2020: After ‘Dry January’ drew to a close and as New Year’s Resolutions fade into memory, a borough bakery is making a healthy lifestyle much easier by introducing its most nutritious multiseed loaf ever.
03/02/2020: A consultation on growth options in Erewash has begun and residents are encouraged to have their say on the council's choice of preferred housing sites.
02/02/2020: Long-isolated communities across the country will benefit from better rail connections that will level-up regional economies and boost access to jobs and education, thanks to a £500million fund to kickstart the restoration of lines closed more than 50 years ago.
29/01/2020: The new headteacher at Saint John Houghton Catholic Voluntary Academy has outlined his vision for the future of the school and its students.
19/01/2020: A new exhibition which celebrates the Midlands Heavy and Light cavalry regiments, from the Cold War to the present day, will open in February at Erewash Museum.  The exhibition will feature uniforms, artefacts and artists’ impressions of the 9th/12th regiments and other Lancers.
17/01/2020: Proposals by Derbyshire County Council to implement a Key Cycle Network throughout Derbyshire have been approved by its cabinet members.
14/01/2020: Derby College Group (DCG) has retained its ‘Good’ grading from Ofsted following a two-day short inspection in December.
14/01/2020: Back by popular demand, Erewash Museum present their Blocks and Bricks Week this Easter half term.
11/01/2020: Community problems across Derbyshire have been tackled with tough action thanks to Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa.  Mr Dhindsa has now announced a series of feedback events to update the public on what he has done having listened carefully to their community problems.
11/01/2020: Students and staff from Ormiston Ilkeston Enterprise Academy invited members of the local community to a special get-together.

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