Ilkeston News

26/03/2018: The CharityHome-Start is a voluntary organisation that supports parents of young children experiencing challenging difficulties. The charity began in 1973 and now there are 288 schemes supporting local communities, plus, schemes in 22 countries around the world from Norway to Sri Lanka. Although Home-Start UK provides structure and research, each scheme is self-funded and responds to the need in their local community. Home-Start Erewash has been supporting local families for 27 years.
24/03/2018: PC John Revill has switched serving HM The Queen and HRH the Duke of York for serving the people in and around Ilkeston after he was sworn in – alongside 14 colleagues – to the county’s Constabulary.
23/03/2018: At around 7:55am on Thursday 22nd March, emergency services were called to the scene of a road traffic collision on Ladywood Road in Ilkeston, near to the Bulls Head public house.
21/03/2018: Officials at local bus company trentbarton have expressed excitement that a popular service will extend to serve East Midlands Airport.
19/03/2018: Pupils of all ages showed off their moves at a Dance Festival organised by Erewash School Sport Partnership.
13/03/2018: Three more litterbugs have been left with hefty court bills after they were caught offending and then failed to pay the Fixed Penalty Notice (FPN) fine.
23/02/2018: A family bakery in the Erewash borough is launching a limited edition traditional loaf of bread – using a century old recipe - in line with Real Bread Week.
16/02/2018: Derbyshire Police are urging residents to be vigilant following a series of distraction burglaries across the county.
07/02/2018: The 21st Ilkeston Scout Group and are based at the Kirk-Hallam Community Hall.   Three sections are run by the Group: Beavers: Ages 6 to 8 – Thursday 6:00 until 7:00 Cubs: Ages 8 to 10.5 – Monday 6:15 until 7:45 Scouts: Ages 10.5 to 14 – Thursday 7:30 until 9:30
01/02/2018: Local police officers are appealing for witnesses to a robbery in Ilkeston.

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