Ilkeston News

29/01/2018: The Long Eaton & District Talking Newspaper for the Blind & Partially was founded in 1978 (40 years ago) and is a registered charity.
17/01/2018: The owner of a 100 year-old family bakery has revealed plans to invest a six figure sum into the future of the business.
15/01/2018: Paintings by the late Ilkeston artist Rick Scollins have been donated to Erewash Museum to mark the 25th anniversary of his death.
10/01/2018: Students at Ormiston Ilkeston Enterprise Academy have donated dozens of items of food to a project which supports vulnerable people on their own at Christmas.
15/12/2017: Officers investigating an attempted murder have released a video of the victim in a bid to prompt anyone with information to come forward.
15/12/2017: Awards to celebrate outstanding academic achievement and progress were handed out to students at Ormiston Ilkeston Enterprise Academy.
05/12/2017: A family bakery based in Erewash has proved its buns are the best after landing a deal with a company that has restaurants all over the country.
17/11/2017: A charity that is a lifeline for people with mental health issues may have to close in months because of a cash crisis.
13/11/2017: Erewash Museum has won the ‘Engaging Children and Young People’ category at this year’s East Midlands Heritage Awards for its work with children and young people on the Young Creative Curators programme.
02/11/2017: Derbyshire based PR and Communications agency, Poppy PR has proved it has the skills required to secure a contract with Skills Holidays, the iconic coach travel company.