Ilkeston News

30/09/2019: Derbyshire Police officers have issued confirmation after it was initially reported that a woman said that she had been sexually assaulted in Ilkeston on Sunday 22nd September.
Gail Thomson
30/09/2019: Police officers in Long Eaton have issued an appeal for information after the disappearance of woman from the town.
22/09/2019: Local MP Maggie Throup has joined the Transport Secretary Grant Shapps in welcoming changes to the way in which train delays are recorded, benefiting consumers by making it easier to hold train companies serving Erewash to account. 
22/09/2019: A borough bakery, which sells around 2,000 scones a week, has decided to give the traditional favourite a fresh lease of life this Autumn.  
Borrowash in bloom
22/09/2019: Erewash has once again swept the medal tally board with their best year yet, after their outstanding successes at the prestigious East Midlands in Bloom competition – with Long Eaton and Ilkeston both winning gold medals in the Large Town category section after being nominated by Erewash Borough Council’s parks team.
21/09/2019: A new ladies' choir is to launch in 2020, meeting every Wednesday morning from 10am to 11am at The Arena Church in Ilkeston
18/09/2019: The charity will-writing campaign Will Aid is calling on solicitors in Derbyshire to join the effort to encourage more of us to prepare a will.
17/09/2019: Treetops Hospice Care has welcomed its 1000th visitor to its weekly drop in Wellbeing Café which opened its doors in January.
15/09/2019: Nottingham Trent University will be bringing their exciting heritage project, Textiles Tales, to Erewash Museum this autumn.
10/09/2019: Ilkeston Folk and Blues Club meets every every Wednesday at the Festival Inn, Trowell from 8:30pm.